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 Shares Traded Last Trade
  -1.00 -3.92% 24.50 168,060 16:35:08
Bid Price Offer Price High Price Low Price Open Price
24.50 25.95 25.00 25.00 25.00
Industry Sector Turnover (m) Profit (m) EPS - Basic PE Ratio Market Cap (m)
General Retailers 487.00 14.40 3.53 6.9 113
Last Trade Time Trade Type Trade Size Trade Price Currency
17:20:16 O 53 24.50 GBX

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Brown (n) Daily Update: Brown (n) Group Plc is listed in the General Retailers sector of the London Stock Exchange with ticker BWNG. The last closing price for Brown (n) was 25.50p.
Brown (n) Group Plc has a 4 week average price of 24.95p and a 12 week average price of 24.95p.
The 1 year high share price is 58.85p while the 1 year low share price is currently 24.60p.
There are currently 460,483,231 shares in issue and the average daily traded volume is 602,414 shares. The market capitalisation of Brown (n) Group Plc is £112,818,391.60.
ali47fish: StockopediaStockopedia Why N Brown is a small-cap stock for contrarian value hunters Ben Hobson Tue, 31 May 2022, 8:49 am·2-min read Contrarian value investors are always on the look-out for shares that the market has overlooked. In times of economic uncertainty - when stock prices become erratic - good quality stocks can become cheaper. The question is whether N Brown (LON:BWNG) is currently one of them. Buying good quality stocks at cheap prices is a popular stock market strategy - but it isn't always easy to tell the difference between a genuine bargain and a value trap. Often, it's the quality of the stock that makes all the difference. The N Brown share price is currently trading at 32.0p. And the promising news is that it has some of the traits that are often associated with two influential drivers of investment returns: high quality and a relatively cheap valuation. To understand where they show up, here's a closer look: GET MORE DATA-DRIVEN INSIGHTS INTO LON:BWNG » Buying quality at a fair price Good quality stocks are loved by the market because they're more likely to be solid, dependable businesses. Profitability is important, but so is the firm's financial strength. A track record of improving finances is essential. One of the quality metrics for N Brown is that it passes 9 of the 9 financial tests in the Piotroski F-Score. The F-Score is a world-class accounting-based checklist for finding stocks with an improving financial health trend. A good F-Score suggests that the company has strong signs of quality. While quality is important, no-one wants to overpay for a stock, so an appealing valuation is vital too. With a weaker economy, earnings forecasts are unclear right across the market. But there are some valuation measures that can help, and one of them is the Earnings Yield. Earnings Yield compares a company's profit with its market valuation (worked out by dividing its operating profit by its enterprise value). It gives you a total value of the stock (including its cash and debt), which makes it easier to compare different stocks. As a percentage, the higher the Earnings Yield, the better value the share. A rule of thumb for a reasonable Earnings Yield might be 5%, and the Earnings Yield for N Brown is currently 6.92%. In summary, good quality and relatively cheap valuations are pointers to those stocks that are some of the most appealing to contrarian value investors. It's among these shares that genuine mis-pricing can be found. Once the market recognises that these quality firms are on sale, those prices often rebound. What does this mean for potential investors? Finding good quality stocks at cheap prices is a strategy used by some of the world's most successful investors. But be warned: these factors don't guarantee future returns and we've identified some areas of concern with N Brown that you can find out about here.
mister md: Not a sector I'm usually keen on, but I've made some money on BWNG in the past (5+ years ago) and the shares are trading at 1/10th of the price I sold at back then, so I've been adding a few at current levels on that decent RNS. Also been some very interesting holdings increase RNS over the last 12 months and last but not least the possibility of dividends being reinstated.
davebowler: hTTps:// N Brown (BWNG) reported on Wednesday last. And very good results they were. It has come right through lockdown and is clearly on an upward trend. Tangible net asset value of at least double the current share price of 32p is far more attractive than anything offered by, say, BooHoo (BOO) and the directors have announced that a dividend will be considered next year. That seems very cautious to me. But BWNG is controlled by an alliance of Alliances and is therefore bid proof. So faites vos jeux.
sidam: Guidance for current year is EBITDA in line with 2021. That year EPS adjusted for extra shares would be about 5.5p not over 7. But PE of 10 would still equate with a share price in mid 50s. So lots to go for as that PE would be low if management can grow the business from that level as they indicated in the presentation.
paulof2: Disappointed at lack of dividend, be interesting to see how shares react this morning with them dumping the £28m legal provision in. Will that offset the positives of maintaining guidance for next year and EBITDA this year of £95m vs a market cap of £121m. The balance sheet is really quite incredible, I dont think I’ve ever seen such a discount to NAV on any share in my entire investing life. Even after making that £28m provision that’s a ridiculous NAV per share of 96p. More importantly even if you strip out intangibles and assume them to be completely worthless that’s still a NAV per share of 71p, almost 3x the share price. Quite stunning, at this point they may as well call it a day wind up the business sell up and pay that out.
netcurtains: the trading update seemed good to OK - but I'm no guru... Are they better than people expected? I have no idea. Judging by the share price, I guess they might be (eg we are a NETNET stock but trading update is defintely better than NETNET but who knows in this climate). Does the word "pleasing" imply better than expected?
sidam: I do not see why some commentators state that the company will go bust if they lose the claim. The original claim was £28m plus interest which has been increase by a further claim of £36m giving a total of £64m plus interest. The next trading statement is due on March 3. These are usually detailed. Assuming there has been no deterioration low range EBITDA should be £93m. Interest is £14m and D & A £39m, leaving PBT of £40m. Cash generation looks to be over £30m. So if the company loses, excluding interest, it could pay the claim off in two years. The current market cap is £170m which is 4.25 times PBT. That is in my view much too low. I think the share price is over depressed by the claim and whatever result the share price will bounce. That is why I hold.
dougmachin: I really don't think they're going to take it private either, nor run the share price down intentionally. The inheritance planning sounds like the best reason. If they were trying to run the share price down, then why buy 5 million quids worth at 62-64p? The share price was going into free fall after 20th May results, so that would have been the time to remind everyone of the litigation... then sit back and watch the share price really drop. Then hoover up shares at a much lower price. But what they did was step-in and support the share price at a much higher level. Then issue the litigation reminder. I reckon they're now sat there thinking, 'ah man, we stepped in about 8-10p too early for our 5 million buy, so let's just focus on the business now and let that do the talking for the sp'. Being blunt, IMO, they're either a bit dim or have worked to protect the sp, rather than the other way around. I'm still certainly looking to top-up, but there's many other 'dips' around !! But certainly not a sell (unless you wanna take those 19p profits).
hotaimstocks: Adam Ant posted this post on LSE chat re Brown Group BWNG... As I see it, from its 10p low on 3rd April 2020, the BWNG share price formed a strong ascending channel, peaking at 81.50 on 13th January 2021. Unfortunately, it lost momentum and fell out of that ascending channel on 2nd March 2021, when it closed at 68.70 and has not been able to regain the 11 month upward trend. I now see the share price in a short term descending channel, the upper limit of which is a line connecting the highs of 13th January (81.50 intraday) and the lower highs of 17th February (77.50) and 6th April (70.75). To get out of this descending channel, the share price would have to close convincingly above 71 and progress from there, with a target of 85, which is the 0.500 Fib line between its 31st December 2019 high (163.90) and its 3rd April 2020 low. The 0.618 Fib (67) seems to be providing a degree of support. The bearish scenario would be if it decisively lost that level and re-tested the SMA 100 (64.67). If that broke, the share price could fall back to about where it was on 11th Feb (60) before the surge. Below 60, there is support at the SMA 200 (56.2). The share price is doing well today and I am hoping we shall soon see a close above 71 and regain upward momentum, in anticipation of results that are due soon.
no dice: One possible reason for the BWNG share price doldrums that may have been overlooked is that a substantial - and now majority - shareholding can be seen by the market as a negative and hence weigh down on the price. If this is the case here then shareholders are in for a prolonged and frustrating period of undervaluation.
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