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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
  1.00 0.73% 137.40 138.20 140.00 140.00 135.00 135.00 565,463 16:35:28
Industry Sector Turnover (m) Profit (m) EPS - Basic PE Ratio Market Cap (m)
Support Services 83.8 1.9 0.1 1,374.0 211

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29/10/2021
07:21
Https://www.investegate.co.uk/begbies-traynor/rns/latest-red-flag-alert-report-for-q3-2021/202110290700076299Q/
stevieweebie2
28/10/2021
09:29
When is the next red flag report, one I've missed?
cordialdevil
19/10/2021
14:25
I am adding whenever possible, this little beauty is about to become my third biggest holding by number of shares in my successful Portfolio (behind CTO and SLP).
santangello
19/10/2021
14:02
Eye watering stats indeed!!!This could go to the moon,unless Jeff Bezosgets there first!
route1
18/10/2021
19:00
https://www.fool.co.uk/2021/10/18/3-uk-stocks-id-buy-to-make-big-money-in-the-next-10-years/A acquisition-led UK stock on my radarBegbies Traynor (LSE: BEG) is also high on my shopping list today. This is because I think the number of corporate casualties could unfortunately be poised to soar as the British economy slows and the furlough financial support scheme ends. According to the Insolvency Service there were 1,446 insolvencies in England and Wales last month. That was an eye-watering 56% year-on-year increase.I wouldn't buy this UK share just because I expect profits to leap in the short-to-medium term. I think it could rate terrific shareholder returns over the next 10 years, as its acquisition-led growth strategy rolls on. Begbies Traynor operates in a highly regulated industry and future potential changes in the law could affect its profits.
tole
18/10/2021
16:26
I see Ric is getting his paperwork in order.... hmmmm... Regards to all Mr D
mr dexy
18/10/2021
12:40
Showing some strength again here. Feels like a break of 150p could be coming.
its the oxman
16/10/2021
06:25
Well spotted.The ongoing global supply chain disruptions also need to be factored in. Billions of £s of SEASONAL goods bobbing up and down outside UK ports which do not have the capacity to offload and deliver them to their final destination, will only exacerbate the situation.The government may well be able to collect import duties, but until those goods are sold by retailers, VAT receipts will remain low.Just one more complicating factor in this complex situation.It's all about timing,Christmas comes but once a year!
route1
15/10/2021
23:48
BBC News - Business insolvencies rise as government aid waneshttps://www.bbc.co.uk/news/business-58932615
tonskil
08/10/2021
18:31
I don't hate this company at all. It's like hating undertakers because they need people to die to get business. Both do a valuable service, but in the BEG case they also act as doctors, helping with resuscitations. In Begbies' case, sure they manage an orderly shutting down of a defunct business, paying off creditors, managing the properties and recycling reuseable assets. But they also help to rescue businesses too, for example renegotiating loans or saving viable parts of a business that is failing as a whole....
edmundshaw
08/10/2021
16:09
The key is that it's gone from 14% pre poandemic to 33% now. So if this flows through, the insolvency market is going to be running at more than double the size over the next year or two.
boonkoh
08/10/2021
15:53
You don’t have to look too closely at any company to realise they are all taking advantage or causing damage to someone. Beats me how these ESG funds can find enough candidates!
daneswooddynamo
08/10/2021
15:30
Feel massively conflicted in owning these and Mano. We shouldn't celebrate firms going to the wall, but that is how these shares will make money... Hate it, but I'm in D
dennisbergkamp
08/10/2021
14:29
A third of UK small businesses highly indebted, says Bank of England https://on.ft.com/3uV5hwR
hawaly
08/10/2021
12:35
Tipped by Edmond Jackson as a Buy today - should attract some interest: Https://www.ii.co.uk/analysis-commentary/stockwatch-time-upgrade-small-cap-ii521613
rivaldo
30/9/2021
10:05
I am happy to have doubled my extensive holding here over the past 7 days. Excellent investment, going forward I expect a healthy capital and income return from BEG.
santangello
29/9/2021
16:20
3 more energy Co's now gone tit's, sad and yet we are in the right sector at the moment.
stevieweebie2
23/9/2021
10:54
indeed Boon, this sector will surley be en vouge for the next few years hence i'm well loaded here. ps,nice to see this also kick on to FRP
stevieweebie2
23/9/2021
09:28
Going well..
bogman1
23/9/2021
08:39
Wonder if BEG will pick up any of the high profile energy company administrations.Over the next 6 month bound to be a huge surge of insolvencies, driven by raw material cost inflation, supply chain issues, energy inflation, wage inflation, staff shortage.... I'd not like to be a CEO or CFO in most companies in the next few months!
boonkoh
23/9/2021
08:19
Trading during the first quarter (May to July 2021) was in line with expectations. BEG remains on track to achieve our revenue and adjusted profit forecasts, which are unchanged. As anticipated, the components of forecast double-digit percentage growth in revenue and profits this year are internally driven, rather than market related: specifically recent acquisitions and the bounce back from 2020’s lockdowns. The two business and financial recovery acquisitions completed last year, CVR Global (January 2021) and David Rubin & Partners (March 2021) and another, MAF Finance Group (May 2021) post the year-end are all performing well. BEG reported successful integrations, identification of synergies and cross selling opportunities. We have held our forecasts and 165p/share fair value estimate, equivalent to a 17.9x FY22e PER and a 1.9% prospective yield (2.9x covered by adjusted earnings). https://www.equitydevelopment.co.uk/research/agm-statement-and-trading-update-in-line
edmonda
23/9/2021
07:57
Poised for the next move up, in great shape to capitalize
daneswooddynamo
23/9/2021
07:24
Positive update, insolvency rates now increasing every month, and I can only imagine they will continue to rise for some time to come.
its the oxman
15/9/2021
16:03
Defo, very nice price 132p
its the oxman
10/9/2021
09:53
about time to add I suspect
melody9999
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