Share Name Share Symbol Market Type Share ISIN Share Description
Dunelm LSE:DNLM London Ordinary Share GB00B1CKQ739 ORD 1P
  Price Change % Change Share Price Bid Price Offer Price High Price Low Price Open Price Shares Traded Last Trade
  -11.00p -1.43% 757.00p 758.50p 760.00p 769.50p 755.00p 769.50p 294,284 16:35:19
Industry Sector Turnover (m) Profit (m) EPS - Basic PE Ratio Market Cap (m)
General Retailers 880.9 128.9 50.5 15.0 1,525.31

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Dunelm Daily Update: Dunelm is listed in the General Retailers sector of the London Stock Exchange with ticker DNLM. The last closing price for Dunelm was 768p.
Dunelm has a 4 week average price of 801.90p and a 12 week average price of 860.83p.
The 1 year high share price is 1,023p while the 1 year low share price is currently 726p.
There are currently 201,493,934 shares in issue and the average daily traded volume is 302,298 shares. The market capitalisation of Dunelm is £1,525,309,080.38.
redartbmud: A word of caution? Homeware retailer Dunelm (DNLM) has had a good first half but new projects to drive revenue are unquantified. Deutsche Bank analyst Charles Muir-Sands retained his ‘hold’ recommendation and target price of 885p on the shares, which fell 1.6% to 920p yesterday. ‘H1 profit before tax of £75.5 million was 2% ahead of our expectations while commentary on Q3 to-date trading was also upbeat,’ he said. ‘The new management team presented eight new projects to continue to drive towards the company’s 50% revenue growth “mid-term̶1; target – all intuitively sensible though most will not be near-term earnings drivers and the benefits of none have been quantified. ‘The good free cashflow generation and 31.5p/ share capital return is a pleasant surprise and our full year forecasts increase 2%. [Thursday’s] share price move does seem a little over-reaction though, even in the context of weak year-to-date performance. Trading on 17.5x price/earnings, close to our revised 885p we maintain our “hold” rating.’
ajrgy1: Can someone give me a little education please?? Just to explain the crazy spread in this mornings price, fortunately it has fallen just short of stop loss. I'm not a total newbie to trading, but have only recently started seriously after transferring my pensions into a sipp, I understand that dividends are factored into the share price, but would like a more in depth explanation if anyone can oblige, just to be able to make better judgement on any stop losses I put in place on my investments, cheers.
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rathlindri: Share price running out of steam today, perhaps through the 900p level tomorrow..
buffetteer: Ken don You talk as though Will Adderley has something to prove to you and has already failed. But the facts show something quite different. He has grown the business from a few small shops within Leicester and the surrounding towns to an out of town destination shop country wide. In the process he has increased the share price since flotation from 170p to over £10 in under 5 years. He has taken back control of the business because he and his fellow directors (all of whom have fantastic retail credentials rather more than yours I fear) felt that he could trade the business much harder than the accountant who ran it during Wills illness. Your verbosity is plainly to aid your short (which I assume is due to the well-earned premium rating )and is I'm pretty sure destined to loose you much more .why would I ,who has already banked 500% here ,take the risk to buy back in to make my biggest holding if the best performance was in the past ??? Clearly someone is reading the updates and some are just price manipulators.
buffetteer: Sorry for butting in Toffee but I calculated the following which I think is relevant ; It is interesting to look forward and to consider what the share price might be in 10 years time. I have just checked the past numbers and Dunelm have grown profits 22.7% per year compound over the past 6 years . If you look forward and compound a much reduced growth rate for them of say 10 % you get a share price of £20.74 (20x earnings). If you compound at 15% for 10 years ,which is quite possible if they buyback shares and just keep doing what they have been , then the share price in 10 years would be £32.35 (20x earnings). It is also worth noting that they are paying around 40p per year in dividends & specials on average so you can add another 400p onto either of the above share prices . I think most of us would settle for that (other than Kendon).
toffeeman: Hi Kendo, Can I put the bull case? - I have been looking at Dunelm with a view to buying - but have not yet done so and would welcome challenge to my view - but may I start by having a go at you last post? I acknowledge that the stores your mention are expanding their ranges but they are constrained in terms of what they can offer - essentially they are homeware merchandisers who will find cheap items and put them in store for a very short time before moving on to the next wodge of stuff. They don't have range. They have no on-line presence. Dunelm has the largest range in key homeware categories (about 6 core categories and another 10 or so which are less comprehensive but with a wide range. They have a (developing) on-line offering. Their core target customers are home movers, home improvers and students. The more households the better for Dunelm (they like a high divorce rate!) The three target customer groups are growing. They currently have 125 (ish) stores with a target of 200. Each store currently generates 0.32 eps having risen from 0.2 since 2007. This growth is a result of economies of scale in operation. Now let's be conservative and say that the limit will be eps/store of .35 then with 200 stores you get 70p. So what p/e ratio should you use to price the shares? The current figure is 22.5 which implies a share price of 1575. So take a very conservative p/e of 15 as a bottom estimate -> 1050 What do you reckon?
kendonagasaki: Dunelm is a cheap skate business built on the sands of ever changing sands. The original propriety strength was always one built on Quality and value.They are expensive and John Lewis is cheaper than some of their branded products IMO.The Adderly's need to just let vision army's take it to the next level if they can, but I'm doubtful they can or they will.Expensive very much so in the wares they sell.Even more expensive is the share price at current levels.£5 is fair value given the less expansive growth and the slow down of new stores and the refitting of existing stores is painful and the payback later than British Rail on a good day.A share not for the faint hearted, widows or orphans.KendoNagasaki Investment Corporation rate DNLM as a sell with a target valuation of £5.00.A sell buy note has been issued.
es222mo: 8th July is the quarter 4 trading update , that should move the share price, onwards and upwards.
iandippie: Sold out and bagged my 150% profit margin :-) Share price going down or treading water now. Nailed down in the nine hundreds. Might be a lot of cross share holders in the short term. Perhaps there will be a resurrection some time but I for one am putting my faith elsewhere ;-)
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