Share Name Share Symbol Market Type Share ISIN Share Description
B&M European Value Retail LSE:BME London Ordinary Share LU1072616219 ORD 10P (DI)
  Price Change % Change Share Price Bid Price Offer Price High Price Low Price Open Price Shares Traded Last Trade
  -3.60p -0.86% 415.00p 413.60p 413.90p 419.70p 413.60p 419.70p 3,252,542 16:35:24
Industry Sector Turnover (m) Profit (m) EPS - Basic PE Ratio Market Cap (m)
General Retailers 3,029.8 229.3 18.6 22.3 4,150.00

B&M European Share Discussion Threads

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DateSubjectAuthorDiscuss
10/6/2018
17:40
Poundland is thought to be trading OK. It is Poundworld that is in trouble.
standish11
10/6/2018
16:50
Another that I have just added to my watchlist on Friday and it was inspired by the news reports of Poundland being in trouble. BME I expect should benefit not only as a near competitor in terms of low prices but also given quite a few of the stores from memory are on the same retail parks and close by to each other.
shard of glass
08/6/2018
08:11
The likely demise of Poundworld will surely benefit BME. Thinking of adding.
portugull
07/6/2018
14:50
Thanks. That's what I thought, but there are some shares (eg certain US companies listed in the UK) where different rules apply for shares held in tax-exempt wrappers). Hence the question.
grahamburn
07/6/2018
11:52
You will get 4.8p less the 15% in a sipp and ISA.
ralphmalph
06/6/2018
17:52
As a new shareholder here, I would appreciate some guidance from longstanding shareholders regarding the dividend payment. I see from the recent results statement that Note 5 following the summary figures states: "Dividends are stated as gross amounts before deduction of Luxembourg withholding tax which is currently 15%." If these shares are held in a tax-efficient account (eg an ISA or SIPP), is the dividend still paid net or is it payable gross? Out of interest, I note from the Financials page on ADVFN that the yield is quoted as if the dividend is paid gross.
grahamburn
30/5/2018
16:22
Driven down 3.5% yesterday and then 2% on opening this morning, before recovering to end the day around 4% up. Nice little tree shake for institutions to buy some more cheap shares from nervous investors, before it ticks back over 400p in the coming days imo! Year high of 436p and brokers targets 450-475p. Don't see any reason it wont achieve these targets later this year if L4L revenue keeps delivering. DYOR Rich
lammylover
30/5/2018
14:50
Well, happy I had courage of conviction when this was - 1.5% down this morning Brokers are signalling even up to £5 Quiet here
mr.oz
30/5/2018
08:05
What was forecast. Looks good to me despite some difficult weather impacts in a narrow time frame. German business will ramp up from now.
mr.oz
29/5/2018
15:59
thx1 in the Interim Accounts BME confirm that they prepaid for Christmas stock which affected cash flow to the extent of 33.5m compared to prior year (44.2m against 77.7m in prior year) Pre lims out tomorrow but share price has been weak for sometime which is a concern. Interim figures were very good but tomorrow will be a good barometer of the retail sector. Pets has been hammered down to 122p so I expect an over reaction even to decent figures. I am long so hope I am wrong.
portugull
25/5/2018
21:26
Any accountants out there can explain why using the Balance sheet I get the following change from Mar17 to Sep17 in the most recent update: Change in Inventory = 77.4m. Receivable = 31.7m, Payables = 48.2 But in the note 11. reconciliation of income statement to cashlow it shows Change in inventory = 207m, receivables = 14.6, payables 122.2m Basic accounts primers always say that it a simple translation from income statement to cashflows using these numbers directly calculated from Balance sheet. In reality they never quite align but I;ve never seen this big a difference. I am thinling maybe B&M prepaid for inventory in the run up to Xmas but just can't quite work it out Any chartered accountants care to explain? :-)
thx1
02/5/2018
15:27
There should be support at 380p. Results due at the end of the month.
jurgenklopp
22/3/2018
23:01
more off everything 23/3 after wall st drop!
shaker44
17/3/2018
08:45
Struggling to hold above 4.25. Each revisit is met with a flurry of sellers, yet each dip is met with a flurry of buyers. The momentum remains intact, but a hold above 4.30 would engender confidence that the uptrend is going to continue.
andyj
16/3/2018
16:48
Another OUCH
f1araway
01/3/2018
12:39
Think they recently purchased Heron Foods.
makeitmore
01/3/2018
11:28
Just popped into my local B & M to see they now have a frozen and chilled food section with lots of freezers. Looks a bit like Iceland. Interesting to see they are moving into food more. Should increase footfall.
muzmanoz
20/2/2018
09:23
I read that while people use to boast about shopping at expensive places like Waitrose and M&S, they now boast about their bargain shopping at Lidl, Aldi, Primark, B & M etc. How things change.....
shaker44
20/1/2018
12:22
OUr 2 local Homebase's have been taken over by an Aussie company. Hoping for much more trade as we had before the EU imposed tariffs on imports from The Commonwealth.
dafrog
17/1/2018
03:32
shaker44, I am sure they will and UK consumers will benefit from the likes of this company and the others you mention. That is why I am a long term investor.
johnrxx99
16/1/2018
15:51
johnrxx999, Yes, filter me out. Stalin had an alternative view to my own regarding executions.
meanwhile
16/1/2018
15:26
If anything, constant media noise about brexit will surely lead more uk consumers to be more cautious and be more likely to shop at BME, Aldi,Lidl etc.?
shaker44
16/1/2018
07:59
Meanwhile (capitals!) so you don't accept an alternative view. Not healthy for wise investing. Sir, I'd rather filter you, lol.
johnrxx99
15/1/2018
10:59
I can't understand how someone could be a trader and only see doom and gloom. Must loose a fortune!There are always opportunities with any change. Both good and bad. Money is made from changes. The key is to use the positives to your advantage.
tedrux
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