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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
  0.00 0.0% 88.00 86.80 87.80 90.20 86.80 88.80 315,918 16:35:19
Industry Sector Turnover (m) Profit (m) EPS - Basic PE Ratio Market Cap (m)
Support Services 70.5 2.9 0.7 125.7 113

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DateSubjectAuthorDiscuss
28/1/2020
11:35
In the absence of any other trigger you would have to assume the 'Red Flag' headline spooked the market (retail).
eeza
28/1/2020
11:22
Nothing wrong with it at all Aleman, but skim readers would have just read Begbies Red Flag Alert and sold !
troy
28/1/2020
09:46
Perhaps some folk came on board from 2020 Stock tips and, having driven the price up with their purchases, read the headline and sold. We are not talking intellectual investors here; the tip after all was in the Daily Mail. :)
silverfern
28/1/2020
09:12
What's wrong with it? BEG issue 4 Red Flag updates per year. I can't see that it differs from any of the previous ones in its nature.
aleman
28/1/2020
08:28
Whoever wrote that RNS wants shooting or thanking depending on your viewpoint ! Didn't affect me but would have surely taken a few stops out.
troy
27/1/2020
12:50
Blue close?
eeza
27/1/2020
10:33
Followed suit, with a couple of lovely bargain buys this a.m :)
santangello
27/1/2020
09:30
I think nate has the answer, above. However, gave me the chance to buy in.
eeza
27/1/2020
09:28
The Red Flag report suggests another year of growth for BEG in a slowing UK economy and we have a global pandemic that is likely to slow global demand and also benefit BEG. Has anybody out there selling suggested a reason why BEG might do badly when its market looks set to get busier?
aleman
27/1/2020
08:57
I think people saw that RNS and thought it was BEG red flag warning
nateroyd
27/1/2020
08:22
Begbies Traynor Group PLC Latest Red Flag Alert Report for Q4 2019 This makes an interesting read.
piwood
26/1/2020
22:07
No agenda guys Just fishing for intelligence before topping up my holdings on the current bout of BEG weakness.. some chaps on the LSE.Shares board were deramping on the basis of regulatory legislation impeding BEG's progress and possibly subjecting them to some punitive measures.. Now from what Aleman's suggesting i'd be shocked if this info has any relevance whatsoever. Cheers CC
cravencottage
26/1/2020
18:30
LOL. That's funny. Regulations are always changing in accountancy and insolvency. More seriously, though. HMRC is pushing itself up the pecking order in insolvencies to get its money first, making life tougher for some other creditors. Also, a consultancy paper was published in 2016 for a short moratorium in the insolvency process to buy some companies more time to sort themselves out. The legislation for this should be approaching voting stages after Brexit delays so that might be what you mean. Companies will still need legal help and approach the likes of BEG. BEG does business restructuring services - not just insolvencies. They receive payment for helping companies survive, too. I think the legislation's proposed moratorium period was limited to a month and was reckoned to be a tool that many companies might not bother with, bearing in mind there are already standstill agreements that are sometimes used. The impression I got was it would help a little but not make a huge difference to anything. I presume this is what you are referring to since it should be on the Parliamentary agenda for 2020 right after Brexit - unless you think otherwise and care to put some detail in your post?
aleman
26/1/2020
17:38
Ah, sorry, I thought you were genuinely confused. Everything and everybody is subject to regulation What have you heard? Where did you hear it? From whom? What kind of regulation? Could they just possibly have an agenda? Do you?
dozey3
25/1/2020
05:31
Perhaps the surge of optimism Friday triggers the fall in those likely to benefit from distress in the market, including BEG. why the optimism? I don’t know. Could it be that the latest round of interest rates by banks and BSocs to derisory rates has triggered a move into equities? Long-term holders (till death do us part) won’t be shaken out of BEG anytime soon.
dozey3
24/1/2020
22:22
What's going on here... Any ideas why the share price has taken a hit? Just good old fashioned MM tree shaking? Or does anybody know anything i'm unaware of? Cheers CC
cravencottage
14/1/2020
08:09
Where US leads we generally follow. But investors are still looking forward to the money of the fed washing around along with the promised deal with China. I reckon once the extra growth from these does not come through then we will see the reconnect between prices and earnings. Q3?
ironstorm
13/1/2020
22:01
It’s another dodge uncrossing trade for 450 quid at 89p. It will open at 91p in the morning.
farnesbarnes
13/1/2020
21:45
Sp will be straight back to 91.5 first thing in the morning though..
bogman1
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
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