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BWNG Brown (n) Group Plc

17.55
0.05 (0.29%)
Last Updated: 11:20:58
Delayed by 15 minutes
Share Name Share Symbol Market Type Share ISIN Share Description
Brown (n) Group Plc LSE:BWNG London Ordinary Share GB00B1P6ZR11 ORD 11 1/19P
  Price Change % Change Share Price Bid Price Offer Price High Price Low Price Open Price Shares Traded Last Trade
  0.05 0.29% 17.55 17.50 17.55 17.55 17.50 17.50 379,590 11:20:58
Industry Sector Turnover Profit EPS - Basic PE Ratio Market Cap
Catalog, Mail-order Houses 677.5M -51.4M -0.1116 -1.57 80.81M
Brown (n) Group Plc is listed in the Catalog, Mail-order Houses sector of the London Stock Exchange with ticker BWNG. The last closing price for Brown (n) was 17.50p. Over the last year, Brown (n) shares have traded in a share price range of 15.05p to 36.95p.

Brown (n) currently has 460,483,231 shares in issue. The market capitalisation of Brown (n) is £80.81 million. Brown (n) has a price to earnings ratio (PE ratio) of -1.57.

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DateSubjectAuthorDiscuss
20/2/2024
15:20
I actually think Shein are a much bigger threat than Klarna.
But I also believe the UK (and EU) are currently looking at their "tariff-free import" rules because they realise that China will bend every rule, in any morally unfair way it can, to the detriment of UK / EU retailers, to establish monopolistic positions if they get away with it.
And only right that the Govt. should clamp down.
Why should the UK (or EU) subsidise China, only to increase the UKs own unemployment rate?

outsizeclothes.com
20/2/2024
09:18
Will the loan book business not be affected by the rise of companies like Klarna?
cyberbub
19/2/2024
09:20
It’s still an attractive business … somebody will want it for it’s loan book EEZYMUNNY ..well said..
gripfit
18/2/2024
22:00
Thanks Eezy. I'm just looking in based on the chart, I'd been aware of the company a few years ago but not paid much attention since. I probably need to do some more research!It certainly looks very much like a 'bottom' (or thereabouts) but I'm trying to work out the upside...
cyberbub
18/2/2024
12:21
cyberbub, you miss the fact that this is a buy now pay later company. At 2/9/23 bank loans were £307m vs a customer receivables balance of £477m They charge far higher interest to customers than they pay on the bank debt.

Until you understand that I feel it's not worth commentating on anything much else.

eezymunny
17/2/2024
17:49
The Alliance family have a total direct and indirect beneficial interest in 56.65% of the shares in the company. The second largest shareholder is the Fraser Group who currently hold 19.93%.
masurenguy
17/2/2024
15:29
Does anyone know what the Alliances average is? And why Ashley would pay significantly above that for a fairly mediocre online business? Is it the motley collection of brands he's after?
cyberbub
17/2/2024
13:00
I’m banking on the alliances letting go …
gripfit
17/2/2024
12:35
Just looking in. What's the investment case here? It seems to have a market cap of £90m but high debt and small profits, with no particular moat. Ashley has built up a big stake, is it basically a punt on a buyout, and if so, what is the target price? Something above the Alliances last buying price of 35p? Remember that big investors and business owners can get it wrong too... If the takeover doesn't materialise or is rebuffed, what's the fallback scenario? Trade its way back to profitability, and hope that the debt reduction is steadily reflected in the market cap?
cyberbub
12/2/2024
16:24
That may prompt Alliances to sell the rest … which I’m
Sure FRASERS will buy??

gripfit
12/2/2024
14:03
Frasers Group + Monecor now own just over 25% of BWNG. Monecor have acted for FG in the past - assuming this is the case here then FG can now block any special resolutions. Stalemate?
no dice
12/2/2024
09:29
Alliances will sell .. probs for 75p ??
gripfit
12/2/2024
09:28
The alliances we’re buying 12 months ago for 35 p and more ..
gripfit
12/2/2024
09:27
The alliances we’re buying 12 months ago for 35 p and more ..
gripfit
12/2/2024
08:58
Maybe, but the Alliances can always decide to sell !
masurenguy
12/2/2024
08:53
Frasers now over 20%
They can never control it as family own 51%

currencytrader1
12/2/2024
08:49
Indeed gripfit. One wonders what Frasers see as the endgame here. Unless BWNG start losing money hand over fist, and no sign of that currently (though possible with a combination of awful trading and severe deterioration of the debtor book), the market cap here is plainly absurd.
eezymunny
12/2/2024
08:18
I’m surprised the recent increase in holdings by FRASERS hasn’t ignited further interest in this companies share price .
gripfit
18/1/2024
17:57
Frasers Group have hoovered up a few more shares in BWNG: now holding 19.93%, up from 19.36% in Aug 2023.
no dice
18/1/2024
12:25
Today's statement, like the October release, seems to me to be far from disastrous. Expectations remain the same for profit. Volume is falling, but only I'd say in line with the overall market, and margin is being maintained, or improved.
Net debt being greatly reduced is a BIG bonus - any fear of going bust has now flown out the window.
IF there is any short term decrease in interest rates, and consumer appetite returns, I think the Company is in excellent shape to benefit.
Going forward, if debt is paid down at the present rate, the Company could easily be making £80m a year profit inside 5 years

outsizeclothes.com
18/1/2024
08:29
Hello ello ello lo lo ( echo)
Where is everbody ?
That does seem a bad RNS?

gripfit
31/12/2023
14:40
"Distance selling regulations" does not allow restocking charges.
darrin1471
31/12/2023
12:32
Probably a lot of mischief with returns...bring restocking charges of say 20% - 25% for returns as norm across retail...customers pays for it...cut down on binge buying and then return...
diku
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