Share Name Share Symbol Market Type Share ISIN Share Description
Brady Plc LSE:BRY London Ordinary Share GB00B0188P35 ORD 1P
  Price Change % Change Share Price Bid Price Offer Price High Price Low Price Open Price Shares Traded Last Trade
  +0.00p +0.00% 68.00p 67.00p 69.00p 68.00p 68.00p 68.00p 0 07:39:07
Industry Sector Turnover (m) Profit (m) EPS - Basic PE Ratio Market Cap (m)
Software & Computer Services 27.4 -1.4 -2.1 - 56.46

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27/9/2016
09:20
Brady Plc Daily Update: Brady Plc is listed in the Software & Computer Services sector of the London Stock Exchange with ticker BRY. The last closing price for Brady Plc was 68p.
Brady Plc has a 4 week average price of 68.55p and a 12 week average price of 67.61p.
The 1 year high share price is 90.50p while the 1 year low share price is currently 36p.
There are currently 83,028,581 shares in issue and the average daily traded volume is 20,771 shares. The market capitalisation of Brady Plc is £56,459,435.08.
19/3/2016
18:50
phosgene: Well it took longer than I expected, but last Monday we saw the republishing of 50k shares when the share price is 56.5p although in October they bought 310k shares when the price was ~80p. I had thought it would be only a couple months but it has been over twice as long. The cynic in me notes that the full year accounts are released on Monday and the ownership of 50,000 shares is unlikely to be with the rank and file membership.
17/12/2015
16:20
hvs1: from this september hTTp://www.investegate.co.uk/brady-plc--bry-/rns/directors-dealings---long-term-incentive-plan/201509231448509949Z/ the BoD love their LTIP plan dont they, doncha think its outrageous - 150% of salary bonus? its a freeby paid for by printing shares at up to 15% dilution its handed out not based on share price performance which would be good for PI's but on eps targets they're cutting 1.7m of costs from the business, im sure that will affect the projected eps target which is undemanding in the first place and they'll make target and get their bonus you lot can enjoy a depressed shareprice and have your holding diluted on top im sure lavalle's a clever man, he managed to get 96p for some of his shares earlier this year, lol
03/12/2015
09:48
tell it as it is: How much do you need to pay a CEO to take a share price from 61p in July 2007 when appointed to 43p in December 2015 ? And for that matter how much do you need to pay the chairman who watches that happen ? Being a chairman can't be only about taking credit on the upside and blaming others on the downside.
01/12/2015
13:37
pwhite73: My comments have been made since the share price has halved. Trading statements can take up six weeks from start to release having gained clearance from all the directors, brokers and nomads. I stand by what I say and I still maintain at this price the company is undervalued.
27/9/2015
11:23
phosgene: I come from the commodities side of things so my view is a little skewed, but we must remember that they have products in Refined metals, Metal Concentrates, Metal Recycling but also Softs / Agricultural, and Energy. Whether or not China wants to keep digging ore out of the ground or using pre-refined metal will only impact on the first two and even then, they should not be viewed as 100% trading platforms but also inventory management and hedging platforms. China should be irrelevant for the Soft/Agri and Energy divisions beyond merely being insulated from it. True, I don't like the way the focus of the company has drifted but if it hadn't, the lack of Energy sales would have made the Annual Reports a lot more grim to read. I think the relentless pessimism of some posts are unfounded (Lavelle is not stupid and he surely must have a 5~10 year exit strategy so he can take his options and buy an island in the sun) but so are the relentless "Upgraded to borrow-money-from-your-neighbours-and-remortgage-the-house because there is no way the share price will not *explode*" posts are also unfounded (frequent good news mainly from Switzerland and Norway does not completely outweigh the mainly silence from Cambridge and Maumee). I don't know if anyone here is that close to Brady but it would be interesting to hear feedback from the European CAB last week or the Americas CAB in two weeks time. The agendas are somewhat different.
17/9/2015
11:36
rivaldo: New note out from Edison, retaining estimates and stating BRY is "attractive". I note they expect BRY to end this year with £11.2m net cash. If BRY were to be sold at 5 times sales as Triple Point was it would mean a 200p share price. Http://www.edisoninvestmentresearch.com/research/report/brady36 Conclusion: "In H115, Brady signed two highly significant new contracts in its Commodities and Recycling divisions, while the Energy business unit continues to build momentum with six contracts signed. The company has also made a neat bolt-on in its Recycling unit, at a very attractive price. In light of falling commodity prices, Brady says it is not seeing any slowdown in its end markets, despite the economic backdrop. The group has 80% of FY15 revenues in the bag and a strong pipeline. Hence, we believe the stock looks attractive at c 12.5x our maintained cash-adjusted FY16 EPS." "Valuation: Growth supported by strong balance sheet Brady trades on c 12.5x our cash-adjusted FY16 EPS, 1.8x EV/sales and c 9.1x EV/EBITDA. In our view, the valuation continues to look attractive relative to the peer group and we note that all the other major E/CTRM players have changed hands in recent years, eg Triple Point was sold in 2013 for 5x sales."
08/9/2015
08:01
opodio: haha, yes and the share price chart is telling porkies A profit warning will send this to 60p imho
07/9/2015
23:18
rivaldo: Cenkos also say Buy today, and have increased their forecasts after today's tremendous acquisition. They now go for 6.6p EPS next year (Panmure increased to 6.9p EPS). Assuming BRY achieve their forecasts then Panmure's 129p target will be in sight. If they don't, then the share price will of course fall.
22/6/2015
00:05
tell it as it is: Have been looking at this more. The current CEO took his position on 21 July 2007 shortly after the change of Chairman and when the share price was 61p. Robert Brady stepped down to CTO and then later NED. One might think the market would have really rewarded the new professional management replacing an academic founder, but actually here we are 8 years later with several acquisitions and lots of dilution and yet the share price is still only 98p, and even at that price it is on a price to sales ratio of 2.75, a more aggressive rating than several of its peers. The PE ratio is off the scale, but that may have specific reasons. Doesnt seem that cheap. What am I missing
22/4/2015
13:49
rivaldo: I'd like to go, but probably won't be able to. Good to see the share price continuing to make new highs. I love slow-burning stocks like this (though not so slow recently of course).
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