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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
  -4.80 -1.31% 361.90 888,052 12:25:34
Bid Price Offer Price High Price Low Price Open Price
361.60 362.00 371.50 361.90 364.50
Industry Sector Turnover (m) Profit (m) EPS - Basic PE Ratio Market Cap (m)
General Retailers 4,673.00 525.00 42.20 8.6 3,619
Last Trade Time Trade Type Trade Size Trade Price Currency
12:25:20 O 27 362.0842 GBX

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01/7/2022
09:20
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 366.70p.
B&m European Value Retail S.a. has a 4 week average price of 344.40p and a 12 week average price of 344.40p.
The 1 year high share price is 651.40p while the 1 year low share price is currently 344.40p.
There are currently 1,000,000,000 shares in issue and the average daily traded volume is 4,251,957 shares. The market capitalisation of B&m European Value Retail S.a. is £3,662,000,000.
30/6/2022
09:56
cupra kid: Global markets are all down so not BME specific.
29/6/2022
07:26
rimau1: Looks like Shore Capital called it correctly. Q1 down, holds FY expectations. If BME is struggling for growth imagine what is happening to wider retail.
23/6/2022
14:24
philanderer: Coming slowdown may for tougher for B&M Shore Capital is ‘increasingly concerned’ about B&M (BME) ahead of an economic downturn. Analyst Eleonora Dani reintroduced a ‘hold’ recommendation on the stock, which had been ‘under review’ following a first-quarter trading update preview. ‘B&M, the discount variety chain, is expected to report a muted quarter with its first-quarter trading update on 29 June,’ she said. ‘The company issued full-year results, highlighting the difficulty in passing through cost inflation, given the demand elasticity in its non-food business, and the return to some markdowns.’ The share price has fallen 40% year-to-date but Dani said she was ‘increasingly concerned about the inventory quality ahead of a downturn’. ‘We therefore reintroduce our “hold” rating, believing that the share price correctly reflects the company’s fair value,’ she said. The shares were down fractionally at 373p at the closing bell on Thursday. citywire.com
22/6/2022
19:00
tonytyke2: Hi roguetraderuk, Someone may have already indicated, but IC highlighted this month that BME has performed it's best when consumer confidence is weakening such as the first qtr of 2010. If inflation continues to rise and a recession takes hold then more shoppers are going to turn to discounters. IC interestingly highlighted that 93% of all products sold at B&M are less than £20, so less exposed to sharp reductions in spending on expensive items. I went to my local store for first time this weekend looking to buy food and ended up buying paint brushes, paint trays, rollers etc as well because they seemed so cheap! The bad news now is that I have to decorate (:-( Apologies if the IC stuff has already been raised. Cheers TT
10/6/2022
11:58
roguetraderuk: theres no risk of relegation from the ft100 on the next round as its already been decided and takes place 20th june. but there might be a risk at the next quarterly reshuffle if the shares arent able to hold 300p. i think a price down there would be overly harsh and i dont think it would be there for long. previous bottoms have been around the mkt cap of 2.8bn, currently we are about 3.7bn. but you can argue the business is now bigger since revs and inc have increased significantly since then. so they have a higher level to fall from which should provide some relative support. if earnings were to halve from here and the shares fall to 300p, they would be on a 15 times multiple. while it wouldnt be particularly cheap in isolation, the following year would likely see at least 25-50% added to earnings and would produce a forward multiple of between 10 and 12.5. during the late 2018, the pe dropped to about 12 times. presently we are at around 9 times past earnings.
01/6/2022
16:37
m_kerr: management have a great track record. distributed £1.80 per share in dividends. but valuing retail stocks purely on cash flow and earnings is fraught with risk, when the share price was £6, ask yourself if you'd pay about £7.5m per leasehold b&m store (adjusting for heron foods and france). if someone cheaper comes along (and they always do), your cash flows dry up and there's nothing left to underpin the shares, indeed there could be negative value at some point in the future given the leasehold debt. kingfisher, for instance, backs up about 60% of it's enterprise value with property. here there's no underpinning to the share price.
31/5/2022
12:37
wallywoo: This is a ft100 stock, when they are in play they nearly always get hit harder and come back harder than others. They are just being targeted. Sit back let the 10% dividends (that's the likely yield imo) come in. Let the trader's play with the share price. In a few months you would of forgotten all about it!!!
26/5/2022
12:48
rimau1: Watched these for a while and have finally hit the buy button this morning. All these one off householder payments always find their way through to the trending retailers (PETS, BME, JD). I’m bullish that this will soften the blow of the slowdown and BME and PETS have fallen too far.
09/5/2022
08:12
roguetraderuk: there was some talk a couple of years ago of a bid from an american fund after a stake was taken, this was sais to be north of 600p. over the last 12 months they massively outperformed the retail sector so this period of weakness is probably due. there is support at 450 which if broken should lead to a filling of the gap by 400p. earnings growth is expected again from 23/24 and the multiple on that share price for the 24 numbers would be around 10.
22/4/2022
09:10
bulltradept: Breaking support, incomes being squeezed BME in the firing line even if it does provide good value, the share price should probably be closer to £4.50 I'd wager over the coming months.
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