Share Name Share Symbol Market Type Share ISIN Share Description
Mulberry Group LSE:MUL London Ordinary Share GB0006094303 ORD 5P
  Price Change % Change Share Price Bid Price Offer Price High Price Low Price Open Price Shares Traded Last Trade
  +0.00p +0.00% 1,112.00p 1,075.00p 1,134.00p - - - 263.00 09:42:34
Industry Sector Turnover (m) Profit (m) EPS - Basic PE Ratio Market Cap (m)
General Retailers 155.9 6.2 4.5 247.1 667.17

Mulberry Group Share Discussion Threads

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DateSubjectAuthorDiscuss
14/10/2016
10:27
Still heading in the right direction, the current state of the Pound should help sales.
clocktower
14/3/2016
12:51
Maybe their Spring Sales Collections have started well and the prospects are looking much better than they were six months ago.As you say the recovery coould well be under way - little downside now imo.
clocktower
14/3/2016
12:31
If it holds 1000p it bodes well. Recovery underway.
irenekent
19/10/2015
16:40
IG won't do borrow on this. Anyone know who might?
purav
25/9/2015
10:04
Price continues to stick like glue to 900p, is this manipulation or what?
kibes
28/8/2015
12:37
What is controlling the price of this share at exactly 900p? Is it suspended or under offer or something?
kibes
07/6/2015
14:44
main on sunday - profit collapse at mul
dlku
04/4/2015
17:46
Perhaps, but why would Christina Ong want to undermine her own business? I think it is more likely to be an inept Board who lucked out during the Boom after the 2008 crisis in riding the affordable luxury wave and the renewed confidence in the UK retail market, then shot themselves in the foot by trying to be a luxury designer brand, when it is perfectly obvious the Asian market including PRC loves all things British and yet reasonably affordable. That's why Burberry does so well. And that's probably why they picked the name Mulberry in the first place. There are really strong talented UK MDs who would make a much better job of leading this business profitably and driving expansion in Asia.
hereford29
03/4/2015
08:12
Totally agree Hereford. Must be the influence of the Ongs.
irenekent
01/4/2015
12:21
They have since appointed a CEO from a luxury jewellers and a creative Director from a mass market eurobrand, it is supposed to be a British company with an affordable luxury cachet aimed at the discerning buyer. Neither of these gentlemen have worked in a similar business model. Why have they not learned from he last CEO appointment, whose disastrous leadership alienated the design engine of the company, decimated the companies profitability and upset the core customer base. Clearly as a quintessentially British brand it needs an English CEO and an English Creative Director.
hereford29
01/4/2015
12:18
They have appointed a CEO from a luxury jewellers, a creative Director from a mass market eurobrand, it is supposed to be a British company with an affordable luxury cachet aimed at the discerning buyer. Neither of these gentlemen have worked in a similar business model. Why have they not leaned from he last CEO appointment, hose disastrous leadership decimated the companies profitability and core customer base market share. Clearly as a quintessentially British brand it needs an English CEO and an English Creative Director.
hereford29
01/4/2015
12:18
They have appointed a CEO from a luxury jewellers, a creative Director from a mass market eurobrand, it is supposed to be a British company with an affordable luxury cachet aimed at the discerning buyer. Neither of these gentlemen have worked in a similar business model. Why have they not leaned from he last CEO appointment, hose disastrous leadership decimated the companies profitability and core customer base market share. Clearly as a quintessentially British brand it needs an English CEO and an English Creative Director.
hereford29
30/3/2015
09:22
Prada`s figures show the decline in the luxury markets Mulberry serves. Must be tough fighting to swim against the tide of decline.
clocktower
23/12/2014
11:27
I note that they seem to be recovering slightly. Maybe Christmas handbag buyers have decided to support the home team. Mulberry's Christmas video is a hoot, although it does seem to imply that its clientele are spoilt upper middle class snobs! I'd better shut up.
irenekent
23/12/2014
11:27
I note that they seem to be recovering slightly. Maybe Christmas handbag buyers have decided to support the home team. Mulberry's Christmas video is a hoot, although it does seem to imply that its clientele are spoilt upper middle class snobs! I'd better shut up.
irenekent
14/10/2014
17:00
You fellas scared me. Sold at the close. I've had worse days.
andy pipkin
14/10/2014
08:15
Independent headline-"Mulberry issues new profit warning as lower-priced strategy fails to deliver" Lower price....well thats a start. The mistake MUL initially made was to take on Prada and the like with "We dont want to sell t-shirts for £150, sell them for £300"!
williemanjaro
14/10/2014
08:09
No mention was made about production at the new factory, in view of the huge decrees in sales. Must be a serious worry and are overheads out of control?
clocktower
14/10/2014
07:48
market cap £345m for what is surely just a brand at the end of the day. Weird world we live in.
angus17
14/10/2014
07:42
I'm in. Looks value now.
andy pipkin
14/10/2014
07:27
Down but a long way further to go yet I expect. NY Boy - one way ticket agreed.
clocktower
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