Share Name Share Symbol Market Type Share ISIN Share Description
Brooks Macdonald Group LSE:BRK London Ordinary Share GB00B067N833 ORD 1P
  Price Change % Change Share Price Bid Price Offer Price High Price Low Price Open Price Shares Traded Last Trade
  +57.00p +3.29% 1,792.00p 1,760.00p 1,794.00p 1,800.00p 1,740.00p 1,743.00p 4,112 16:35:02
Industry Sector Turnover (m) Profit (m) EPS - Basic PE Ratio Market Cap (m)
General Financial 81.4 15.9 94.4 19.0 245.69

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Brooks Macdonald Daily Update: Brooks Macdonald Group is listed in the General Financial sector of the London Stock Exchange with ticker BRK. The last closing price for Brooks Macdonald was 1,735p.
Brooks Macdonald Group has a 4 week average price of 1,785.28p and a 12 week average price of 1,904.81p.
The 1 year high share price is 2,075p while the 1 year low share price is currently 1,400p.
There are currently 13,710,532 shares in issue and the average daily traded volume is 12,558 shares. The market capitalisation of Brooks Macdonald Group is £245,692,733.44.
darias: A 2 for one dilution does not actually dilute the value of anyone's shares but makes the shares more liquid. A placing where money raised is paid out as a special dividend or offered to existing shareholders does not dilute the company's value. A placing raises 500m then the company has 500m of extra funds. This does not reduce the value of my holding and if an increased dividend was paid it is likely to even raise the share price. The value of my holding has dropped because of the daft RNS. I accept that they can sell to realise the value of their assets it is the hypocrisy that I object to. Your share of the business on release of the RNS has fallen o.6% since the announcement. Besides the shares they sold were not bought at £9 the price on offer to me and you but as an exercise of options at a substantially discounted price.
darias: It was really only that they had been shrewd enough to take out Braemar, which we had made a fair gain on in only two months. On purchasing Braemar they had taken over the fund to invest in farmland. (This was our reason for investing in Braemar). The share price had risen like a rocket since coming to market especially in the last 2 years without any significant selling illustrating a support price. I highlighted the July news release stating that profits would be ahead of expectation and they are paying a dividend. Funds under management 2.1b compared with 1.8b and 1.3b in last six months/year. Since purchasing I have carried out some further research and note that they reported 3500 customers who are clearly high wealth so I calculate that these customers have a mean average of 600,000 invested in their pension funds. It has been demonstrated that the big fund managers cannot do the business so why not run with the small fund managers who seem to be making a better fist of it. I did express concern that they do not issue much in the way of news and this may be a big Ponzi scheme but there you go. It is clear that the astronomic rise in the last two years means that there may not be much further to go. However if they do not issue a reason for any weakness in share price that may come about it may be a case of adding on weakness.
cambium: Brooks Macdonald jumps 7% on forecast busting trading updateFTSE 100FTSE 250FTSE 350.FTSE 100 -42.23 (-0.80%) to 5211.29 FTSE 250 -43.16 (-0.44%) to 9852.45 FTSE 350 -20.93 (-0.76%) to 2751.01 .Click here for FTSE charts and share prices by Drazen Jorgic on Jul 14, 2010 at 11:11 The share price of Brooks Macdonald Group jumped more than 7% after the company put out an optimistic trading statement. Brooks Macdonald share price has more than trebled over the past 18 months. Its first quarter results were extremely strong, with revenue, pre-tax profits and earnings per share all sharply higher. The company also begun paying dividends for the first time. A statement released this morning reported this trend had continued. 'The group has benefited throughout the period from an encouraging and continuing inflow of new business. The group's results to 30 June 2010 will be ahead of market expectations.' Collins Stewart was also optimistic about the future earnings for the wealth manager as it reiterated its 'buy' rating on the firm. The broker estimated that the company's assets under management, set to be announced next week, will go through the £2 billion barrier to roughly £2.15 billion, representing a 55% rise over the twelve months. Brooks Macdonald group, which operates an investment management and financial planning arms, recentlyacquired property specialist Braemar and has made a string of hires. Amongst the most recent fund manager hires were Colin Barrett, previously of Heartwood Wealth Management, for its Tunbridge Wells office. It has also boosted the Edinburgh branch with the hire of Scott Lothian from Adam & Co. Collins Stewart said the Bramear acquisition will not bring material benefits in the next 12 months but should be beneficial over the longer-term. It added that the company will focus on organic growth this year while its balance sheet remains strong. 'We anticipate further cash generation in 10/11 which will support continued dividend growth.' At 9.45am, Brooks Macdonald shares were up 7.10%, or 55p, to 830p.
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