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
  -2.50p -2.22% 110.00p 105.00p 115.00p 110.00p 107.50p 110.00p 14,861 14:00:26
Industry Sector Turnover (m) Profit (m) EPS - Basic PE Ratio Market Cap (m)
General Retailers 186.0 8.0 13.1 8.4 55.02

Bonmarche Share Discussion Threads

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DateSubjectAuthorDiscuss
09/7/2018
11:51
RNS Artemis increasing
wynmck
04/7/2018
20:10
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
19:06
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
11:26
so next news at AGM 26 July
wynmck
27/6/2018
18:41
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
18:30
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
18:28
imagine 25 miles on public transport in this weather! seems a bit harsh. xd at close today
wynmck
27/6/2018
18:07
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
25/6/2018
00:18
A retrace would indeed be tempting, but undercurrents in the markets advise caution...
napoleon 14th
20/6/2018
09:55
Took profits and will look for re-entry if if retraces.
blondeamon
19/6/2018
17:08
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investorschampion
19/6/2018
08:25
Looks good
blondeamon
19/6/2018
08:07
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
07:08
Challenging conditions and more self help
opodio
18/6/2018
21:51
Good luck to all holders.
blondeamon
18/6/2018
17:02
Only 20 shops, so probably no, and actually said only considering closing them.
aleman
18/6/2018
16:56
I read N Brown announced they will close all their shops. Any views on whether this will reduce high st competition for Bonmarche?
qvg
18/6/2018
11:50
Various reasons to hold this, most due to the financial stats than appear very good. But In addition I suspect the clothing market will get a one off demand rise from all this unusual and extreme weather. Going into next winter some will be thinking I do actually need that coat. This summer weather could continue etc. The shares probably don't need this on its own but it may help.
the oak tree
18/6/2018
11:00
I've topped up ahead of tomorrow's results. We've already been told they will be in line even though sales were weak due to bad weather. A maintained dividend should make downside on the shares very limited. There could be upside, however. Better spring weather since the year end could lead to a better start to the current year (so reduced summer mark-downs) and the balance sheet is likely to have a bit more cash on it again, making it even stronger. Online sales growth was strong throughout the year. If it continues at similar rates, it will start offsetting store weakness soon. The target market is a growth one, if they get the mix of product and sales channels right. I'm optimistic and the rating seems very cautious.
aleman
14/6/2018
09:35
United Kingdom Retail Sales YoY was reported at 3.9% in May from 1.4% in the previous period. It was expected at 2.4% United Kingdom Retail Sales MoM was reported at 1.3% in May from 1.6% in the previous period. It was expected at 0.5% Good for BON!! "Online spending for food, department and clothing stores continued to increase, achieving new record proportions of online retailing in May at 5.8%, 17.4% and 17.6% respectively."
blondeamon
15/5/2018
16:18
The shares are starting to perk up again. We already know last year was in line. With a bit of luck, 2018 to date should be ahead of expectations. The warm, dry and sunny weather should be working wonders for sales of spring and summer collections. (It helped Next up to a week ago.) They will have nothing left for summer sales if it continues!
aleman
23/4/2018
00:36
weird one! hTtps://www.telegraph.co.uk/business/2018/04/22/bonmarche-owner-eyes-swoop-british-frozen-food-giant-youngs/
muffinhead
20/4/2018
09:29
okay i see it is mostly just plant and equipment (15m) so not really significant fmpov
spob
20/4/2018
09:06
The last annual report details £17m tangible assests anyone know the nature of those assets off hand and whether or not they may be understated on the balance sheet ?
spob
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