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Share Name Share Symbol Market Type Share ISIN Share Description
Bonmarche LSE:BON London Ordinary Share GB00BF8H6F45 ORD 1P
  Price Change % Change Share Price Bid Price Offer Price High Price Low Price Open Price Shares Traded Last Trade
  +0.00p +0.00% 80.50p 78.00p 83.00p 80.50p 79.50p 80.50p 7,000 08:00:10
Industry Sector Turnover (m) Profit (m) EPS - Basic PE Ratio Market Cap (m)
General Retailers 186.0 8.0 13.1 6.1 40.26

Bonmarche Share Discussion Threads

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DateSubjectAuthorDiscuss
20/11/2018
13:24
I think "the market" is coming to the same conclusion... share price now up on the day
mister md
20/11/2018
11:23
No comments on the interims? I thought they were okay given recent statements. The commentary even sounded a bit more hopeful. The dividend is still expected to be maintained and the balance sheet improved by about £1.6m net of intangibles over 12 months and does not look weak. Operating cashflow before working cap changes only fell from £6.7m to £6.2m. That's not a bad showing at all when you consider how the year has gone. Probably the best news is that online growth went from +27.3% in Q1 to +30.8% in Q2 so is now big enough at 12%+ of sales to offset bricks and mortar falls. It bodes well. They will probably close a few weaker stores and , even if they don't, store rents are falling. I think there is more hope here than a 10% yield would suggest.
aleman
20/11/2018
11:17
Double posted
aleman
06/11/2018
11:17
Rising a touch ahead of results? New Look closing more stores than expected seen as positive, perhaps? The target age is different but prices look simmilar and there will still probably be a little overlap.
aleman
27/9/2018
09:07
all clothing stocks hammered again - Moss Bros also another day of downside ...
mister md
27/9/2018
08:49
Tough call, MD. They said profit would have been flat at constant exchange rate, despite the impact of weak high street and weather, so that makes things not quite so bad. I'm struggling with the weather thing, though. The continuation of warm weather for an extended period may have delayed demand for early autumn stock, We've had central heating on for weeks after switching it on the earliest ever because of cold nights. August was marginally cool and September has been slightly cooler than average. Where does extended warm weather info come from? Http://models.weatherbell.com/climate/ncep_cfsr_t2m_anom_082018.png Http://models.weatherbell.com/climate/ncep_cfsr_t2m_anom.png
aleman
27/9/2018
07:28
Took some at 82p ...
mister md
27/9/2018
07:17
Aleman, views please ? Tempted to get back in - no debt and divi maintained ?
mister md
26/7/2018
10:24
To be clear, I will not be at AGM
jane deer
26/7/2018
08:01
Is amyone here going to the AGM today?
jane deer
09/7/2018
10:51
RNS Artemis increasing
wynmck
04/7/2018
19:10
I would have said that closing marginal stores made more sense than forcing staff into contracts they don't want and would find seriously difficult to adhere to. Travelling any distance in the UK these days takes time and money. I'll bet a lot of shop assitants are part time with child care commitments too. Not sure this is a good call. Staff are key in all this and pi55ing them off is rarely a good idea. Better to foucus on the business model and its efficiency rather than attempting to squeeze enhanced profits from the very people you need to help produce them.
thorpematt
04/7/2018
18:06
Calvetron's Eastex brand is a direct competitor to BON. I don't know the ins and outs but suspect this might slightly benefit BON's sales after a couple of months of closing down sale. Https://www.retailgazette.co.uk/blog/2018/07/840-redundancies-calvetron-brands-fails-find-buyer/
aleman
29/6/2018
10:26
so next news at AGM 26 July
wynmck
27/6/2018
17:41
I'll bet there is a trade off here. Accept the new contracts and store numbers remain broadly flat with lower, more flexible staffing. Reject the terms and some marginal stores close. This is purely speculation on my part.
aleman
27/6/2018
17:30
7% of employee benefits expense is about £3m. The news could have a significant effect on profit and eps, not that a straight cost saving is ever that simple. Shares often rise on significant cost cutting announcements, though it depends on the circumstances. Should it have been RNSed?
aleman
27/6/2018
17:28
imagine 25 miles on public transport in this weather! seems a bit harsh. xd at close today
wynmck
27/6/2018
17:07
I've mixed views on this. Cutting costs and more job flexibility is great but you need to have happy staff. I wonder if it is a negotiating ploy and will end up as 10 miles and 50 jobs? Bon employ a little under 2k employees in 325 stores. Https://www.retailgazette.co.uk/blog/2018/06/bonmarche-to-axe-140-jobs/
aleman
24/6/2018
23:18
A retrace would indeed be tempting, but undercurrents in the markets advise caution...
napoleon 14th
20/6/2018
08:55
Took profits and will look for re-entry if if retraces.
blondeamon
19/6/2018
16:08
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investorschampion
19/6/2018
07:25
Looks good
blondeamon
19/6/2018
07:07
Bloody excellent results. I had not really expected the dividend increase. The only negative I've seen so far is the slightly reduced cash balance and it is suggested that will reverse in the next year, which sounds to have started better.
aleman
19/6/2018
06:08
Challenging conditions and more self help
opodio
18/6/2018
20:51
Good luck to all holders.
blondeamon
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