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Brammer LSE:BRAM London Ordinary Share GB0001195089 ORD 20P
  Price Change % Change Share Price Shares Traded Last Trade
  +0.00p +0.00% 164.50p 0 05:00:01
Bid Price Offer Price High Price Low Price Open Price
0.00p 0.00p - - -
Industry Sector Turnover (m) Profit (m) EPS - Basic PE Ratio Market Cap (m)
Support Services 717.30 13.50 7.30 22.5 212.9

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brulot: Not able to confirm margins as clearly that is price sensitive and did not get even close to that information. What I do know is that plenty at Brammer purchased shares in the 60s, that proves nothing in that sometimes loyalty and historical share price can drive that. There is great optimism there and if managed correctly the future looks very good.
brulot: Share price seems to have settled which is probably good news for holders. Will Bunzl pounce when the some more indication of progress becomes clearer?
abcd1234: RWC bought over 5mill .. fwiw
eastbourne1982: Share price was well over £4 a few months ago, has enough changed to warrant such a collapse ?? I bought in around £2.50ish thinking it was near the bottom, wrong on that one, fortunately I only put about 2% of my funds in here so the overall damage to my portfolio is minimal however it is still very annoying. A quick look at the chart indicates the same thing happened last year from a higher starting point.
watson: Getting pretty fed up here - falling share price and no news apart from FD's divorce. Doe anyone know more? Rgds, Watson
broadwood: I noticed he'd sold a few. I'm staying. Nigel Thomas takes profits on Brammer Citywire AA-rated UK stock market veteran Nigel Thomas has taken some profits on mechanical component distribution, logistics and repairs business Brammer Plc as its shares surge. Thomas cut his investment in the business from 15.6 million shares to 15.1 million or 12.85% worth £7.1 million at a share price of 473p, up 87% over the last year versus a FTSE All Share return of 16%. The shares are held in his £4.04 billion AXA Framlington Select Opportunities fund which over the last five years has returned 77.68% versus a FTSE All Share return of 53.13%. Shares in Brammer have been setting new daily records since the end of July when it released interim numbers reporting profits before tax up £500,000 to £14.6 million and upped its dividend 13.3%. The company currently trades a significant premium to its peer group against a range of metrics, with a 12-month forward price to earnings multiple of 17.7 times versus a peer median of 12.4.
baxter99: Swan continued his/her quest today - has made over 50 posts in last 3 days each on a different ADVFN BB referring to CICR. I have not seen such blatant promotion before - the share price is storming up (22% today) and the company is only worth a few million. i feel sorry for the PIs taken in by the intimated good news forecast for Thursday. Also posts on LSE BB - seems to be blatant ramping - is this legal?
baxter99: FF - are you insinuating that these institutions are trying to manipulate the share price to a lower level?
report_reader: Anyone know when the next Trading Update or Financial Report is due for Brammer? It would be interesting to see if they have managed to increased net profits a bit more given the fact that sales and revenue are up substantially. I do feel it's only a matter of when not if for Brammer. The last report was reasonable and I think the market has eventually realised this given the current share price. If they can lower costs a bit more against increased revenue and sales then this stock will shine in the future in my opinion, I'm up about 9% profit at the moment, but I think in the coming weeks especially with QE3 and the Euro Bond buying commitment we will see much higher prices.
broadwood: Surely an over reaction? Brammer battered as sales growth slows Tue 31 Jul 2012 LONDON (SHARECAST) - A slow down in revenue growth in May and June knocked industrial engineering products distributor Brammer for six on Tuesday morning. Pre-tax profit leapt 19.6% to £17.1m in the first half of 2012 (2011: £14.3m) on record revenues of £331.1m, 20.3% higher than the £275.2m achieved the previous year. Although on the face of it a 20.3% rise in the top line is an impressive performance in the current environment, it comes as a disappointment after the group announced sales growth of 29.4% in the first four months of the year. Operating profit rose by 20.1% to £18.5m (2011: £15.4m), while the margin was held at 5.6%. Earnings per share rose by 1p to 11p and the dividend was increased from 2.7p to 3p, which the firm said reflected its confidence in the outlook for the business. Ian Fraser, Chief Executive said: "Looking ahead, we are pleased to report that recent trading has been encouraging and the group is well positioned for continued good progress. We are nonetheless mindful of economic uncertainties which prevail across Europe. "Our revenue growth rate in constant currency of 25.1% reflects an excellent performance from Buck & Hickman and good progress in the Brammer growth drivers of Key Accounts, Insites and cross-selling, resulting in continued gains in market share. Our customers are facing increasing challenges in competitive markets and our ability to add value through the Brammer Value Proposition is proving highly attractive and effective." The firm added: "The performance of Buck & Hickman has exceeded our expectations. Despite the weak market conditions, the Buck & Hickman business performed very well during the first half with like-for-like sales per working day growth of 14.0%." In Germany, sales per working day (SPWD) on a constant currency basis grew by 3.0%, while operating profit improved by 19.4% to £4.3m. Key Account growth was 13.1%, with Key Accounts now representing 28.9% of total sales. However, here too, there was a slowing down of growth in the final two months of the reporting period, as Key Accounts sales had been running 15.9% higher than a year earlier in the first four months of the year. In France, SPWD in constant currency increased by 6.1%, whilst operating profit was flat, reflecting investment in sales, distribution and administrative costs to generate future growth, while in Spain SPWD increased by 1.8% and operating profit increased by 16.7% to £2.1m. SPWD in its Eastern European businesses declined by 4.2%, while operating profit declined by 30% to £1.4m. In Benelux countries SPWD grew by 10.3% although operating profit was flat. The share price fell by 7.62% to 230.25p by 11:
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