Share Name Share Symbol Market Type Share ISIN Share Description
N Brown Group LSE:BWNG London Ordinary Share GB00B1P6ZR11 ORD 11 1/19P
  Price Change % Change Share Price Bid Price Offer Price High Price Low Price Open Price Shares Traded Last Trade
  -2.20p -1.05% 206.40p 205.90p 206.50p 212.10p 204.90p 212.10p 98,865.00 09:36:32
Industry Sector Turnover (m) Profit (m) EPS - Basic PE Ratio Market Cap (m)
General Retailers 866.2 72.2 19.2 10.7 585.00

N Brown Share Discussion Threads

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DateSubjectAuthorDiscuss
07/12/2016
14:10
got a few BWNG, DEB, BON extremely out-of-favour sector - hopefully near bottom and collect some nice dividend while they recover
mister md
06/12/2016
11:02
buys coming in
larva
06/12/2016
09:17
going northwards
larva
22/11/2016
15:33
Super slimming jeans that gave plus-size clothing retailer N Brown a lift N Brown said its Shape and Sculpt jeans have proved popular Shape-sculpting slimming jeans have given N Brown a sales boost. The plus-size clothing retailer said its Shape and Sculpt jeans, which it launched as part of its Simply Be Unique range in July, proved popular.
larva
22/11/2016
15:30
delicious kebab named BWNG for someone like Amazon
larva
22/11/2016
15:26
delicious 28k sell
ed 123
22/11/2016
15:14
delicious 28k buy
larva
18/11/2016
14:27
Very interesting upping stake
nw99
18/11/2016
13:26
Invesco up to 11% holding now
mister md
10/11/2016
12:02
Ed Are you some old nagging ninny In for rocket propelled ride to 900p
abarclay
08/11/2016
11:14
Surely it must be difficult to get any of them wrong, if you have a following and publicise 'buy' or 'sell' recommendations in small cap stocks? The low liquidity will result in a move in the direction wanted by the writer. It's so easy. The problem for followers is that they will not normally be able to buy or sell at the price prevailing immediately before the publication. Have you ever tried to sell a small cap stock at a time when there are lots of sells hitting the market? Finally, I just don't understand the motivation of the writers. If I were such a great predictor of share price movements, what would I do with my time? Would I ....(A) Spend my time investing my money to the best of my ability? Or, (B) Spend my time writing about my ideas and letting others make money?
ed 123
08/11/2016
08:29
Yes, they can't get them all of them right. But Smit got too carried away here for reasons I cannot understand. There may be a time to re-enter but staying on the watchlist for now
aishah
08/11/2016
08:21
One wrong call with 40 right fir Sharewatch and I hold N Brown would not cancel my subscription at all . Been an amazing money making sub for me plus await developments its still a hold .
nw99
08/11/2016
08:19
Ta, Aishah. :-) Shame on SCSW. They misjudged their call and to save their own face they now want to blame the CEO. That is my interpretation. If SCSW's writers were to look back at the plan, as orginally set out by the CEO, and allow for the difficult time all clothes retailers in the UK have been having over the past couple of years, then they would surely have to conclude that the CEO was doing a very difficult job in difficult times. FWIW, I have been impressed with Angela Spindler. Would I sack her? No chance! However, I would cancel my subscription to SCSW - if I had one!
ed 123
07/11/2016
10:28
SCSW comments: "Although the shares climbed following the interims, it seems that CEO Angela Spindler is now in the last chance saloon. Management says that despite the headwinds they remain comfortable with forecast eps of 22.5p for the full year but BWNG has begun to deliver ‘stub’ years a little too often. Await developments."
aishah
26/10/2016
15:23
Yes, a good exit point during the brief rally post results. On my watchlist for now.
aishah
26/10/2016
05:18
My view is the language in the last trading RNS suggested the next one might contain the phrase "below expectations", and the longer the pound stays down, the more likely this is, so I remain out until the next update.
danieldruff2
25/10/2016
23:13
Very quiet here?
zcaprd7
12/10/2016
15:21
X xc xterm?? cog? ???????
arsey
12/10/2016
10:48
It would have been more prudent to postpone the dividend, but certain egos need protecting... One can always announce a special dividend once the choppy waters have cleared?
zcaprd7
12/10/2016
04:44
Key statsMarket capitalisation £581mNo. of shares out 283mNo. of shares floating 148mNo. of common shareholders not statedNo. of employees 2939Trading volume (10 day avg.) 1mTurnover £866mProfit before tax £55mEarnings per share 19.43pCashflow per share 28.35pCash per share 15.98pN Brown back in fashion, says JefferiesThere is good reason behind yesterday's 16% share price bounce at N Brown (BWNG), the specialist fit fashion retailer.Jefferies analyst Joe Spooner retained his 'buy' recommendation and target price of 250p on the company, which owns plus-size brand Jacamo, after its half-year results came in 'on the better side of consensus' with second half trading on track. The interim dividend was held at 5.67p per share.'Given weakness into this release, there's good reason here to see a strong share price bounce,' he said.'H1 2017 profit before tax at £31.6 million is a touch above the £30.5 million consensus and in line with Jefferies estimates at £31.5 million. Q2 product revenue growth reached +2.7% year-on-year from -1.6% Q1, taking H1 product sales to £300.9 million versus Jefferies estimates at £294 million,' he wrote in a note to investors.Spooner added that 'power brands continue to lead performance' with JD Williams, Simply Be and Jacamo building up customer numbers. 'We have a 250p price/earnings based price target. As for other retailers, there's the unknown of the post-Brexit economy and sterling weakness to navigate.'N Brown shares gained 29p to close at 206.7p yesterday. They have fallen 43% since March.
nw99
11/10/2016
19:03
anybbody can make sense of peel hunt suggesting sell Shares in beleaguered budget fashion retailer N Brown (BWNG) have enjoyed a relief rally this morning thanks to a better than expected set of results. Profits for the first half are well down on last year, but ahead of analysts’ expectations. Regardless, brokerage Peel Hunt isn’t convinced. It said continued margin pressure would lead to further downside risk to current profit forecasts. We’re inclined to agree. Sell.
ali47fish
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