Share Name Share Symbol Market Type Share ISIN Share Description
Braemar Seascope Group LSE:BMS London Ordinary Share GB0000600931 ORD 10P
  Price Change % Change Share Price Bid Price Offer Price High Price Low Price Open Price Shares Traded Last Trade
  -0.375p -0.14% 276.50p 274.00p 276.75p 285.00p 275.00p 280.50p 7,592 16:35:12
Industry Sector Turnover (m) Profit (m) EPS - Basic PE Ratio Market Cap (m)
Industrial Transportation 139.8 -0.6 -1.7 - 83.27

Braemar Shipping Services Share Discussion Threads

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DateSubjectAuthorDiscuss
13/7/2017
13:43
Seems a mixed picture across the various regions and ship sizes. Good to see demolition is still going on at a good pace...
edmundshaw
22/6/2017
16:41
No comments? Things looking up from the trading statement, lots of positives in the AGM statement. Although they say outlook is unchanged, I wonder if this is a cautious assessment at this stage.
edmundshaw
10/6/2017
10:08
impending exit from the ftse small cap index?
melody9999
06/6/2017
07:52
Ex div 29th June (5p). Div payment 28th July.
neilyb675
02/6/2017
15:52
Trump effect? Don't know why though, not likely to affect the shipping market.
deadly
02/6/2017
14:30
One thing that concerns me is that the co is quite dependent on the tanker market, and if OPEC output is constrained for a further 9 months then prospects for early market recovery esp the VLCC end would appear limited. Some people appear to be assuming that the divi will be maintained at around 14p but that is not necessarily supported by statements in the results. In the long term this is a plausible recovery story but in the meantime, as you say, the cash might be better off elsewhere. All imo.
shalder
02/6/2017
14:17
What is driving downward momentum.... 60% revenue from broking which mainly USD which up 6% since last year on other hand baltic dry index down 30% so any upside looking rather distant prospect imo Sound outfit but beginning to think cash could be working better elsewhere. Thoughts?
nimbus30
02/6/2017
14:14
According to this site I'm looking at Price crossed below the 200-day moving average on 01 Jun 2017 (Close Price 293.00) Signal: Long-Term Bearish
turbocharge
02/6/2017
14:08
It was more of a mystery why it went up recently
danieldruff2
02/6/2017
14:06
Lets be honest, the last set of results ween't very good were they.
spooky
02/6/2017
13:57
Anybody know what's up here today?? Not the share price obviously...
shalder
15/5/2017
15:06
A largish trade from yesterday 12-05-17 16:15:40 00.00 15,000 OK 308.50 310.00 Any reason why it's being reported again today... 16:15:40 300.00 15,000 OK 308.500 310.00
turbocharge
10/5/2017
11:38
Some(paid for) analysis bye Edison(will need free registration):- http://www.edisoninvestmentresearch.com/research/report/braemar-shipping-services7/full
cwa1
10/5/2017
09:52
Full year earnings per share were minus 1.66p. Even taking their underlying figure, it's only +8.73p and there's a dilution of about 10% in the background. At 300p-ish there's a lot of assumed recovery in the share price. Their stated aim for the dividend is to cover it 1.5 times. So, they'd need to expect 21p of earnings longer term to justify this year's 14p. That would put it on about 4.5% yield and p/e of about 15 at 305p. The share price is holding up well, at 305/310p. So, I guess the market believes the story.
ed 123
10/5/2017
09:29
Wow, market was clearly expecting a better announcement this morning. But is it a surprise that Technical continues to underperform? I see that trend continuing at least for the next 6 months in the industry.
boonkoh
09/5/2017
21:40
Results announced tomorrow
rimmy2000
03/5/2017
10:07
You're lucky if you've only been in loss a few months Soi, for some of us it's been much longer and difficult watching the price fall ever further and much lower than I anticipated. I did add earlier so I'm happy to see it recovering and hope that if results are good next week it will climb even further. Certainly somebody seems to think so, so let's all hope they're right.
warranty
03/5/2017
07:42
Hi Yes , also surprised at the strong recovery, glad about it as have been holding in loss for some months and just moved in to minor profit. Shame I didn`t top up at lower but easy to think that now. GL soi
soi
02/5/2017
13:50
Anyone else surprised by the rally over the last month? Is someone expecting fireworks or was it just really oversold? Guess we'll find out next week.
psync
28/4/2017
21:47
Thanks Mount T. Yes, the Greeks know a bit about shipping, after over 2,500 years of it. The comment was meant in jest, but I didn't realise the Germans had been so badly burned. Obviously 900 years from the Hanseatic League onwards is not enough experience, though you'd think there have been enough shipping cycles in that time...
edmundshaw
28/4/2017
20:32
Edmund - the Greeks have proved to be the big and largely only winners in the shipping industry since the financial crisis sent the sector spiralling down into a near decade long recession. Recently, technically bankrupt Greece once again became the worlds largest shipowning nation by value of ships owned, followed by Japan and China. However, in light of the German attitude to Greek profligacy within the EU, there is a delicious irony behind how the savvy Greeks again became the World's premier commercial shipping Nation. Until the global economic downturn of 2008, the demand for new shipping was relatively high, but as the effects of the crisis became more widely felt cargo freight rates turned savagely down. Many shipping companies soon found themselves seriously exposed, after foolishly building up huge fleets of ships and, large orders of newbuildings contracted at market high rates for delivery years ahead. The subsequent effect on ship operating revenues was an entirely predictable waterfall drop off - as no industry can go on increasing its capacity by an average of 10% a year for nearly a decade when the growth in demand for global shipping averaged 3% a year. Independent Greek shipowners that mostly pay no tax, courtesy of 'special industry exemptions' from their corrupt friends in Government, sold huge numbers of vessels in the run up to the top of the shipping market in 2008 to ignorant US investors and German KG partners who bought on the advice of their respective bankers, brokers and other intermediaries - hundreds of billions of dollars were thrown at shipping, regardless of the experience, quality or reputation of the shipping company or its principals. After economic reality set in, ship charter rates eventually dropped over 90%. Surprisingly, Germany has come out as the country with by far the worst shipping portfolio. Gross mismanagement of the once-revered KG pension investment system has seen their funds almost completely wiped out at an estimated cost of up to $140bn dollars of bank debt and investor capital. Over recent years savvy Greek shipowners have quietly been buying back the fleets of vessels they once sold to the now insolvent German KG Funds and quoted US shipping companies, often at firesale prices(20-30% of what they sold them for), and are quietly laughing all the way to the bank at the sheer incompetence of their so-called German and US shipping industry peers, as they build back up their fleets for the recovery stage of the next shipping cycle.
mount teide
28/4/2017
16:55
Importing EU goods
svenice7
28/4/2017
16:40
How do Europeans tax us insanely?
freddie ferret
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