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|Braimean/V Daily Update: Braimean/V is listed in the Industrial Engineering sector of the London Stock Exchange with ticker BMT. The last closing price for Braimean/V was 765p.|
Braimean/V has a 4 week average price of 765.13p and a 12 week average price of 747.54p.
The 1 year high share price is 772.50p while the 1 year low share price is currently 710p.
There are currently 4,038,621 shares in issue and the average daily traded volume is 0 shares. The market capitalisation of Braimean/V is £31,198,347.23.
|dupree: I rang them up a year or two or more ago when i noticed that my BMTOrdinary shares had risen modestly whilst the BMT had gone through the roof
Bloody annoying as I was folowing Tara's picks and even she had not differentiated between the two different shares
I can't explain exactly but apparently its all to do with the old fashioned ways these northern industrial family businesses issued shares and how another industrial family has been trying forever to muscle in, which leads them to snap up any BMT share that leaves the Braime families grasp, while having less interest in the BMTO
It's all very Barbara Taylor Bradford sounding!
Whilst the gentleman I spoke to had to observe profesional behaviour in what he said, he was not claiming that the companies performance or prospects justified the price and pointed to the low yield.
I am in them essentially for the industrial land site with development potential. They are what people call 'tucked away'!
Put the BMT and the BMTO on the same graph and wonder.|
|tara7: ITs in the share price, you need help Knitcraft.!!! P/E of 4 growing at 30% plus a year, sat on 700 building plots. Whole company is valued at just £4m.!!|
|tara7: This stock is due a re rating. The site alone is worth 3 or more times the share price, and the company itself has been turned round and in profit.|
|tara7: First move on in the new year, if one looks at the chart and then the share price to me they point to a rather large jump this year as profits[that drives share prices] go up. The land is worth over the market cap, and the company been around about 100 years, so not going bust. Low pound with most saying its going lower is great news for BMT.|
|bpoole: Mkt cap 1.9m
Share price 197.5
Div cover 2.32
Cash p/s 203.78
I know there must be something wrong as the directors are bailing out. Also they had bad interum results and the dividend was cut. If they have more cash in the bank than what the shares are worth seems strange to me.
The 5.16% div is after the div cut.|
Braimean/V share price data is direct from the London Stock Exchange