Share Name Share Symbol Market Type Share ISIN Share Description
B&m European Value Retail S.a. LSE:BME London Ordinary Share LU1072616219 ORD 10P (DI)
  Price Change % Change Share Price Shares Traded Last Trade
  0.00 0.0% 459.10 0.00 01:00:00
Bid Price Offer Price High Price Low Price Open Price
462.50 462.70
Industry Sector Turnover (m) Profit (m) EPS - Basic PE Ratio Market Cap (m)
General Retailers 3,813.39 252.02 9.00 51.0 4,591
Last Trade Time Trade Type Trade Size Trade Price Currency
- O 0 459.10 GBX

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B&m European Value Retail Daily Update: B&m European Value Retail S.a. is listed in the General Retailers sector of the London Stock Exchange with ticker BME. The last closing price for B&m European Value Retail was 459.10p.
B&m European Value Retail S.a. has a 4 week average price of 450.50p and a 12 week average price of 390.70p.
The 1 year high share price is 498.80p while the 1 year low share price is currently 245.60p.
There are currently 1,000,000,000 shares in issue and the average daily traded volume is 7,708,308 shares. The market capitalisation of B&m European Value Retail S.a. is £4,591,000,000.
lammylover: BME is rated as a growth stock, so a 0.3% increase in LFL sales for UK over important Xmas period seen as a disappointment. However, in the current climate I think its a fair result and share price markdown today is overdone. I sold my BME shares following on from general election result in Dec at 420p, so happy to re-enter at 373p today. I'm confident it will move back to over 400p over the next couple of months as business continues to grow. Rich
lammylover: Lots of positive news around about new store openings. 12% upside on share price if you buy now at 388p. Year high 436p. Rich
lammylover: Price being driven down by algo traders towards 6 month low of 380p, presumably to buy more shares cheaply. Unfortunately its a long time till BME updates market with next HY results on 14/11/18, so they can use this opportunity of no news to drive the fear agenda!!. Worries over Retail generally, Brexit and risk of exchange rate woes if we crash out with no deal etc being used to grind share price down and scare new entrants away from buying at this bargain price. In my view I would expect it to bounce back over 400p soon, if we have a few up days in the market. I had thought 400p was a good support, but has dropped through that so I have used this as a golden opportunity to buy more! Suggest you hold / buy more. good luck Rich
f1araway: According to the share price performance today it appears that yesterday's announcement, "B&M European Reports Best Ever First Quarter As Revenue Rises 21%" was made in error.Did revenue actually DROP 21%?
darola: Decided to sell up for now. That was a stonking TU and the share price barely moved, so the opinion must be it's all built in. Plus a murmur that B&M is growing too fast for comfort!! Which seems weird given that's why we invest!! Moved the funds into OPM, good TU a few days ago, recent heavy price fall and a scheme announced for the Directors to increase the share price. With a PE of around 7 it feels like it's due a rerating. Sorry for the off topic, but know I get a lot of my tips/ideas of these boards - always DYOR...
meanwhile: From a personal polnt of view, I'm rather uninterested in any individual's trading details and more interested in reading a broader view of the company' s prospects or share price movements. Individual dealings are better left to Facebook.
investopia: Always a tough decision, Croasdalelfc. Don't forget the positives, though. Ex-Tesco CEO Terry Leahy is the chairman. This is an institutional favourite and City analysts predict a higher share price. Numis's target is 375p Citygroup's, 390p HSBC's 400p and Credit Suisse's, 400p. Meanwhile, I can hardly get into my local B&M branch, it's always packed and heaving... Wouldn't surprise me to see upgrades down the line. Maybe draw on the adage 'run your winners'?
philanderer: Among the mid-caps B&M European Value Retail continues to rise following Tuesday’s update, adding 10.9p to 255.9p as Jefferies moved from hold to buy with a 285p target. It said: We believe B&M’s 33% share price fall since peak provides a buying opportunity. We think B&M is well positioned for a tough UK consumer environment and Jefferies’ latest consumer survey results support our view that B&M can gain market share and maintain resilient margins. HTTPS://
philanderer: Tipped by A J Bell in the Telegraph. B&M European Value Retail A significant fall in its share price over the past 12 months, from 335p to 235p, means that B&M European Value Retail could itself now offer a bit of value, although there are considerable risks. The biggest danger is posed by the plunging pound, as B&M sources most of its non-food offerings from Asia, paying in dollars and selling in sterling. Another risk is posed by the acquisition of Poundland by Steinhoff, a South African firm, which could heat up competition in the budget arena. More positively, B&M is generating rapid volume growth, has a German business that can at least reduce the worst of the currency hit and is very cash generative. The company, a member of the FTSE 250, has a dividend yield of 2.4pc and even offered a special payment last year, a trick that Peel Hunt, the stockbroker, believes it can repeat. In addition, if the British economy does slow, B&M’s discount credentials mean it will be well placed to benefit from any belt-tightening and trading down by consumers. Any rally in the pound would also be a welcome boost. Questor says: speculative buy HTTP://
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