Share Name Share Symbol Market Type Share ISIN Share Description
Moss Bros Group LSE:MOSB London Ordinary Share GB0006056104 ORD 5P
  Price Change % Change Share Price Bid Price Offer Price High Price Low Price Open Price Shares Traded Last Trade
  -1.00p -1.02% 97.00p 95.00p 99.00p - - - 40,318 16:35:28
Industry Sector Turnover (m) Profit (m) EPS - Basic PE Ratio Market Cap (m)
General Retailers 121.1 5.8 4.7 20.9 96.24

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24/9/2016
09:20
Moss Bros Daily Update: Moss Bros Group is listed in the General Retailers sector of the London Stock Exchange with ticker MOSB. The last closing price for Moss Bros was 98p.
Moss Bros Group has a 4 week average price of 95.24p and a 12 week average price of 93.68p.
The 1 year high share price is 110p while the 1 year low share price is currently 0p.
There are currently 99,217,206 shares in issue and the average daily traded volume is 54,293 shares. The market capitalisation of Moss Bros Group is £96,240,689.82.
20/5/2016
07:17
cwa1: Satisfactory stuff:- http://uk.advfn.com/stock-market/london/moss-bros-MOSB/share-news/Moss-Bros-Group-PLC-AGM-Statement/71534707 ommenting on the outlook, Brian Brick, Chief Executive Officer, said: "We are pleased with our progress. Retail sales and margins have shown further improvement, boosted by the ongoing improvement in our customer offer and the improvement in our store and online environments. The strength of our core offer meant that we were able to trade through the period without running a mid-season sale, which significantly enhanced gross margins in the period. Hire sales continue to show improvement and e-commerce sales in the first 15 weeks of the year have also grown, reflecting our investment in systems and infrastructure. This has been another good period of progress for Moss Bros and we remain confident about our growth prospects."
05/4/2016
07:21
cwa1: Fairly upbeat and about as good as could be expected? http://uk.advfn.com/stock-market/london/moss-bros-MOSB/share-news/Moss-Bros-Group-PLC-Preliminary-Results/70996812
14/1/2016
08:25
cwa1: Solid trading update:- http://uk.advfn.com/stock-market/london/moss-bros-MOSB/share-news/Moss-Bros-Group-PLC-Trading-Update/69994441 ommenting on the outlook, Brian Brick, Chief Executive Officer, said: "We are pleased with the progress of our promotional strategy, with fully coordinated and better targeted offers in our retail business. This has allowed more consistent full price trading, particularly through the Black Friday trading period, with gross margins showing a sustained improvement as a consequence. This is despite a challenging Autumn trading environment, with unseasonably warm weather conditions. Hire has shown continued strong growth on the prior year, with notable success in eveningwear. We continue to develop the business by leveraging the strength of our brands and our operational capabilities and are pleased to report improved sales, margins and profits compared to the prior year, all of which are supported by a strong balance sheet. This is enabling us to continue to invest in the business, and to maintain a progressive dividend policy. Happy to see the emphasis on dividend progress.
16/12/2013
20:06
paleje: Simon Thompson in IC tipped these today. http://www.investorschronicle.co.uk/2013/12/16/comment/simon-thompson/dressed-for-retail-success-2VPjRsxLbV7RBDtk4csNIO/article.html Target price There is obvious price resistance at around 75.5p, a glass ceiling which the share price has failed to break through on three occasions in the past three months. However, I am still of the opinion that the post Christmas trading update in a month's time will prove to be the catalyst to take out that six-year high. Following the latest failed attempt, and the very modest drift in the share price, the 14-day RSI is now around 40, which is not overbought and offers scope for the rally to start again from modestly oversold levels. Moreover, if the 75.5p resistance level is breached, I see little reason from a technical perspective why the share price can't run up to the next major band of resistance at 90p, dating back to the first quarter of 2006. So, ahead of what is expected to be an upbeat pre-close trading statement in mid-January, I rate Moss Bros's shares a trading buy on a bid offer spread of 70p to 71p. My fair value target price range of between 85p to 90p equates to a rating of 18 times January 2015 earnings estimates net of cash before likely earnings upgrades.
17/12/2012
10:09
2breakout: Buy Moss Bros Snap up shares in suit hire specialist Moss Bros, Peel Hunt's analysts insist. Moss Bros said trading in the second half was within forecasts and its gross margins are recovering. It reported strong demand for the hire of posh suits and its shares closed at 59.25p yesterday. It was its self-help plan of "product development, store refurbishment programme and online expansion" that encouraged Peel Hunt to raise their share price target to 74p.
27/9/2011
10:40
cockneyrebel: still the case shauney2 -- Moss Bros Swings To 1H Profit, FY To Top Views -- Altium Securities Raises 2012, 2013 Forecasts, Now Expects Profit In 2012 -- Altium Ups Share Price Target -- Moss Bros CEO Sees Opportunities in UK, e-commerce By Jana Weigand Of DOW JONES NEWSWIRES LONDON (Dow Jones)--Moss Bros Group PLC (MOSB.LN) Tuesday reported a swing to profit for the first half of fiscal 2012 and said it is on course to deliver better than anticipated levels of growth by the year end, prompting at least one brokerage to raise its fiscal 2012 and 2013 forecasts for the suit specialist. Altium Securities now expects Moss Bros to report a pretax profit of GBP0.5 million, compared with its previous guidance of a GBP0.75 million loss. The broker has also raised its 2013 pretax profit forecast to GBP1.0 million, from GBP0.5 million. Altium maintains its 'Buy' recommendation and has upped its share price target to 50 pence, from 46 pence. In an interview with Dow Jones Newswires following Moss Bros' half year earnings, Chief Executive Officer Brian Brick said the group plans to focus on core U.K. operations and grow its e-commerce offering. "We are looking at several potential new stores at the moment. We still see a lot of opportunities in the U.K.," Brick said. In addition, an 18 months project has started to implement the firm's multi-channel strategy, including a fully integrated e-commerce offering for Moss Hire, Retail and Bespoke. Internet sales currently account for only 1% of total sales and the group said it believes there is significant scope to grow sales and profits in this area. Shares at 0925 GMT up 3 pence, or 9%, at 39.5 pence in a slightly higher FTSE SmallCap Index--up 0.87%
28/6/2011
21:59
davy99: good luck CR, compared to news of some other retailers it looks like MOSB now with good cash reserves is going to do well. More media exposure needed for this to fly high. Good the Telegraph article (link in prior post) mentioned the share price previously traded in the 200p region.
03/12/2008
23:52
rainmaker: Sorry David,I hold my hands up- an honest mistake though I should have looked at the overall volume.I agree with your prognosis although in the interest of balance they announced a profits warning a few days ago-sales are down 5.2% and Brokers Altium say they may lose £5mln in the current year. However I'm going to point out something rather obvious yet at the same time profound and I hope everyone agrees that it's a point well worth making. There are two people, one a Billionaire and the other a multi millionnaire. Both have independently bought substantial stakes at at least TWICE the current share price within the LAST MONTH. They are undoubtly very rich and the vast majority of the Investing Public are at least comparatively speaking,very poor.Why are they prepared to pay twice the current share? regards
02/12/2008
00:37
rainmaker: Some big trades late this afternoon-there were two trades equating to 1.25% of the shares issued. Perhaps Laura Ashley are increasing their stake or maybe there is a new Buyer.Hopefully we will find out soon. It's interesting to note that the share price understandably comes under pressure with the announcement of the profits warning today(sales down 5.2% isn't a bad performance, I feel) yet recovers later. regards
26/11/2008
01:06
rainmaker: I noticed that as well and wondered it's significance.Surely it's a positive development.After practically triplying in a week, I felt the share price would ease back to 25p but no lower. Apparently the Gee Family own 22% so PG with his 28% could be home and dry if he could convince them to sell but I can't see them selling at anything like these levels. Surely it's up, up and away from current levels if we assume that PG is serious (and everything I've read suggests he is very serious).There are some links to Newspaper articles on the Value thread -see VAL. regards
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