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
  -0.50p -0.17% 291.00p 290.00p 293.00p 298.00p 291.00p 293.75p 58,534.00 16:35:09
Industry Sector Turnover (m) Profit (m) EPS - Basic PE Ratio Market Cap (m)
Industrial Transportation 159.1 9.9 23.2 12.5 87.64

Braemar Shipping Services Share Discussion Threads

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13/4/2017
22:00
good posts
neilyb675
13/4/2017
18:23
Edmund - the strong rise in VLCC rates this week from a seasonal low has only brought rates back to around the current average for 2017. Average rates for 2016 were some $10,000 higher - so the current rise is not only sustainable but has the potential for further upside since the VLCC fleet is broadly similar in size to last year, but demand is forecast at 2-3% higher for 2017. A highly useful free site for current and historical vessel charter rate data covering all the major vessel types, along with some very useful shipping sector reports - is available from Clarksons at the following link: hxxps://sin.clarksons.net/Home
mount teide
13/4/2017
18:04
OK, I missed one! Thanks MT. BDI up around 1300 now, VLCC rates up to $22,000 on Tuesday. Is that sustainable?
edmundshaw
13/4/2017
17:15
BDI tripling from last summers lows will undoubtably have helped but, with Braemar's shipbroking weighted more to the oil tanker sector, the remarkable 50% increase this week in VLCC charter rates may well be the most significant catalyst for the increased volume.
mount teide
13/4/2017
15:49
Various possibilities. Could be pre-holiday or buyback regime or new ISA allowances or results soon or better BDI heading further upwards or some combination of those... I don't feel like guessing!
edmundshaw
13/4/2017
14:15
Firm tone to the share price today on good volume, possible run up to results?
shalder
04/4/2017
14:07
Recent news seems better. The BDI hopped back over 1200 a week or two back for the first time since last November, container markets seem to have improved recently, and there is less capacity in the container market. I guess it will take time to filter through to BMS earnings, but looking rosier...
edmundshaw
13/3/2017
07:51
Clarksons results today: down but not badly so. Their outlook: In the short-term at least, shipping markets seem most likely to remain challenging whilst current difficult market conditions and an unusually opaque global macro-economic environment persist, but there are now a number of indicators of improvement in the industry via measurable, if as yet relatively modest, demand growth and a slowing in the new capacity reaching the market.
edmundshaw
27/2/2017
08:38
Yes I had seen the Director deals, they are relativelty small but at least in the right direction. I am a big fan of directors having "skin in the game". The aggregate holdings are reasonable but more aggressive director buying would be very good to see I guess these are going to drift around until the full year results in May.
betman
24/2/2017
10:00
Gretel thanks for that With reduced final divi I make the current yield at 5.38% ( 14p/260p) which is very good when compounded up over years. I guess one risk is further cuts in divi if profits continue falling. Your numbers show the very opposite so I hope they are the more accurate reflection on the future It would be nice to see a share price low which is above the previous one at 235p so there is a definite trend change on the chart One thing that does concern me is the relative BMS performance vs other shipping businesses Ocean Wilsons OCN and Clarkson CKN
betman
24/2/2017
07:19
IIs adding
neilyb675
23/2/2017
22:55
Year Ending Revenue (£m) Pre-tax (£m) EPS P/E PEG EPS Grth. Div Yield Good luck betman. Having only just bought in I see it as an income share for now. Quite happy if the share price stays steady at around current levels. Recovery would be a bonus
gretel1921
23/2/2017
10:46
Gretel thanks for all the data, could I be a pain and just ask what the heading of each column is I am new to BMS so would appreciate your views on the business going forward. My take is that with upgrades to Worldwide GDP growth I see these as a recovery share
betman
21/2/2017
21:59
Div Yield 9.7% 5.3% Div Cover 1.3 1.3 Op Mrgn 6.5% 5.5% ROCE 33.3% 2012-02-29 133.47 9.79 39.05p 9.9 -0.4 -27% 26.00p 6.8% 2013-02-28 139.68 9.65 34.47p 11.2 -1.0 -12% 26.00p 6.8% 2014-02-28 125.53 8.96 33.51p 15.2 -5.4 -3% 26.00p 5.1% 2015-02-28 145.60 5.13 32.28p 14.3 -3.9 -4% 26.00p 5.7% 2016-02-29 159.12 9.93 34.70p 12.1 1.6 7% 26.00p 6.2% 2017-02-28 138.52 2.98 7.65p 35.7 -0.5 -78% 14.00p 5.2% 2018-02-28 139.41 7.65 18.45p 14.5 0.1 141% 14.25p 5.3% 2019-02-28 144.80 8.50 19.33p 13.4 2.8 5% 15.33p 5.7%
gretel1921
01/2/2017
06:06
definitely re-assuring seeing all these managers buying their own company
neilyb675
31/1/2017
10:30
Director / PDMR Shareholding - HTTP://www.investegate.co.uk/braemar-shipping--bms-/rns/director-pdmr-shareholding/201701311010285927V/ David Moorhouse (Chairman) bought £124k at 252p on 30/1
speedsgh
30/1/2017
15:49
Director / PDMR Shareholding - HTTP://www.investegate.co.uk/braemar-shipping--bms-/rns/director-pdmr-shareholding/201701301539175006V/ NED Alastair Farley bought £49.5k at 247.5p on 27/1
speedsgh
26/1/2017
19:47
Yes of course I know that - you don't take the obvious point This is that their report of 8 months ago was in a very short time completely off beam What value the latest one? I know Edison I have employed them - when they were a start up operation They are the Southend United of the Premier League
phillis
26/1/2017
18:53
Phillis. Your reference to Edison's analysis from 8 months ago is a little out of date. Edison has done a couple of reports since then as well as one (which has been referred to on here yesterday) following the recent statement: http://www.edisoninvestmentresearch.com/research/report/braemar-shipping-services597572/full
grahamburn
26/1/2017
17:28
I spoke to the Company re the definition of an "appropriately covered dividend" and was guided that in time this would be in the range of 1.2/1.5x So if a 14p dividend is covered 1.2x then eps would need to be 16.8p This would require profits attributable to shareholders of £5m + EDIT Oh and BTW this is the Edison research from 8 months ago http://www.investegate.co.uk/braemar-shipping--bms-/rns/edison-issues-outlook-on-braemar-shipping-services/201605201537119156Y/
phillis
26/1/2017
14:51
Director / PDMR Shareholding - HTTP://www.investegate.co.uk/braemar-shipping--bms-/rns/director-pdmr-shareholding/201701261444272408V/ Wife of NED Jurgen Breuer has now bought £48k worth at 241p. At least there is no sneaky pre-Trading Update sale by a PDMR tacked onto the bottom of this rns!
speedsgh
25/1/2017
18:48
I have checked up, and based on a legal source, clearance to deal is required for the PDMR by an appropriate (designated) board member or designated PDMR. Also the clearance should have been denied. This appears to be a cut-and-dried failure to comply with FCA guidelines on listing rules and, if the FCA takes the issue up, could result in a sizeable fine either for poor controls or for non-adherence - this is irrespective of whether any detriment to the market or investors has occurred. Of course there is a question about whether the FCA will bother given the size of the deal, but it is definitely not OK. ref: hxxp://uk.practicallaw.com/9-518-6569?service=ld
edmundshaw
25/1/2017
18:42
Trading statement at similar time last year so update hardly a surprise Anyway a PMDR should ask permission It seems he didn't and was tardy in advising the Company anyway A call to the FD seems appropriate
phillis
25/1/2017
18:21
I would welcome some clarity from the co re this PDMR transaction 5 days before a company announcement with major share price impact, as by that point there would already be at least draft documentation in existence.
shalder
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