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Share Name Share Symbol Market Type Share ISIN Share Description
Begbies Traynor Group Plc LSE:BEG London Ordinary Share GB00B0305S97 ORD 5P
  Price Change % Change Share Price Bid Price Offer Price High Price Low Price Open Price Shares Traded Last Trade
  -1.40 -1.6% 86.00 86.40 88.20 88.00 86.20 88.00 139,705 16:35:16
Industry Sector Turnover (m) Profit (m) EPS - Basic PE Ratio Market Cap (m)
Support Services 70.5 2.9 0.7 122.9 110

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13/1/2020
20:57
Hang on to your hats boys and girls. S&P500 reporting season gets into swing tomorrow. Early small and midcap updates for Q4 and the holiday season have been dire so far this year. I think it's going to get interesting.
aleman
13/1/2020
19:07
You can't explain it (many will claim they can but they are just guessing). It's a share and they go up and down depending on the buyers and sellers in the market on the given day. The only way you could work it out as to identify and ask them all why they bought/sold and that ain't going to happen
davr0s
13/1/2020
19:04
Can anyone explain the sp? Up all day then drops off every evening at close. I hear unit trusts, but what are they up to???
bogman1
10/1/2020
15:38
My guess is Brexit uncertainty will return on worries we will still leave with no EU trade deal. The short-term boost from the election will quickly fade. Besides, the economy generally follows the credit cycle and banks are still tightening. US earnings are NOT still increasing YoY as per S&P500: Q1 -0.1%, Q2 +0.6%, Q3 -1.8%, Q4 consensus is -3.6%. So 2019 earnings per share are going to be negative DESPITE being enhanced by share buy-backs. 2020 might be forecast at +8.1% but this has been falling week by week and 2019 was predicted positive double figures a year ago but is now negative, after a year of regular profit warnings. It's missed by a mile and momentum is down. These numbers have also yet to be updated for some terrible Christmas retail updates in the last two days. Https://www.zacks.com/commentary/654661/looking-ahead-to-the-q4-earnings-season?art_rec=earnings-earnings-earnings_analysis-ID01-txt-654661
aleman
10/1/2020
12:50
Not sure I agree completely with your assessment, Aleman. From my business / associates I see confidence returning (maybe not retail nor car sales). Everyone I meet at the moment are maxed out and doing decent numbers. A friend who is in Construction Recruitment (at the Exec level), saw a dramatic turnaround within a week of BoJo winning. Projects approved for £100m's. So I would expect to see a bit more of the same maybe better for a while. 3 months, 6 months? All anecdotal of course. As for the US as I see it, earnings are still increasing yoy, though the growth is slowing. Also Trump is going to do all he can to keep the Dow going up. I am not completely bullish, the turning on of the taps recently does smack of serious liquidity issues, debt reaching its limits. But it does not feel like the end yet. One more push!!!!! As for Beg we are positioning ourselves well, the uptick in recoveries is early days yet and am happy to hold as a hedge. My 5th largest holding and held since they were in the 40s.
ironstorm
10/1/2020
12:22
I guess it's cheap money and Board members having huge bonuses linked to the share price. Borrow cheap money and buy up your own shares! Yes the FED dishing out something like $100 billion a day via the REPO market, because of the Banks who won't lend to each at the moment, it could go horribly wrong. I presume the FED is hoping and praying that they can skim over the bad patch without any damage to the real economy, and without spooking the population. Very noticeable that what is going on is not being reported in the mass media for obvious reasons.
lefrene
10/1/2020
12:17
The number of offices has ticked up from 76 to 78 this week. There were 44 in Feb 2017.
aleman
10/1/2020
12:11
I take it the share price is benefitting from some awful UK retailer updates this morning (and horrid German manufacturing numbers this week). The economy is already stagnant and these updates make it look probable that GDP has turned slightly negative. What's more, there have been quite a number of poor US retail updates (and weak car sales forecasts) that make GDP forecasts for the USA of 1.5-2% look optimistic, too. What's baffling is why US shares keep going up when earnings forecasts keep going down and corporate debt keeps going up. Just how long can the Fed keep monetising US debt before the market decides it does not like it? (It's been buying Treasury bonds off banks only a few weeks after they've bought them off the Treasury.) There is no such thing as free lunch. Somewhere down the line, we will pay for it.
aleman
09/1/2020
13:03
This is up a penny almost every day yet the share price is virtually static :)
gbh2
07/1/2020
08:11
Bid has come back at 87.5p so closing auction price was garbage.
aleman
06/1/2020
18:18
UT's = bent as a nine bob note.
eeza
06/1/2020
18:00
UTs in small caps are often irrelevant to the days trades before and after and I suspect it will be in this case. I don't see how misleading low volume small cap auctions benefit the market if they give misleading price signals.
aleman
06/1/2020
17:16
The UT was a bit harsh!
podgyted
06/1/2020
16:48
What's odd is how the trades have changed. Used to just be O-trades of a few thousand. Now AT-trades, big trades, small trades. We did not get trades of under 100 shares in the past. 6 of them today. It's not that long since we only got 6 trades per day in total!
aleman
06/1/2020
16:34
It's just gone back to where it was before the Daily Mail tip. Should steady now.
aleman
06/1/2020
16:30
Deep breaths! And relax
bogman1
06/1/2020
15:55
What's happening?!
rob762243
03/1/2020
09:47
UK consumer credit continues its weakening trend - credit cards even paid down: Https://www.bankofengland.co.uk/statistics/money-and-credit/2019/November-2019 It's not getting any easier out there.
aleman
03/1/2020
09:00
With a ex divi date of 9th April it's going to be a tussle for large holders with their need to have cash on their books at the end of the financial year without damaging their Dividend income. We could see new Highs and Lows of this share price during the next 3 months.
gbh2
03/1/2020
08:42
Been looking at this for a while, wasn't happy to get in at the recent highs but quite a drop so far today. Could reach entry level.
lako42
03/1/2020
08:32
I looked at the RNS as they have gone below 5% from 9.1% Not easy to read them things.
shauney2
03/1/2020
08:26
Fidelity decrease holding from 9.1% of co to less than 5%.
farnesbarnes
31/12/2019
10:18
This has been on my watch list for a while and missed the 40s but got in mid 80s. Looks like a solid and stable business in potentially volatile markets.
pauliewonder
31/12/2019
09:52
Some big buys still going through today. I think we'll see some further retail pain in Q1 especially and the hike in the "living" wage will put further cost pressure on in retail and leisure.
podgyted
30/12/2019
11:21
Several bigger than normal buys - besides a run of small ones - gone through on the back of that Daily Mail tip.
aleman
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