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
  -0.30 -0.58% 51.70 258,050 16:35:01
Bid Price Offer Price High Price Low Price Open Price
51.85 52.60 53.15 51.55 51.55
Industry Sector Turnover (m) Profit (m) EPS - Basic PE Ratio Market Cap (m)
General Retailers 489.30 9.90 2.63 19.7 238
Last Trade Time Trade Type Trade Size Trade Price Currency
17:40:48 O 356 51.70 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 52p.
Brown (n) Group Plc has a 4 week average price of 51.50p and a 12 week average price of 46p.
The 1 year high share price is 81.50p while the 1 year low share price is currently 42.45p.
There are currently 460,483,231 shares in issue and the average daily traded volume is 269,432 shares. The market capitalisation of Brown (n) Group Plc is £238,069,830.43.
jackson83: court case cloud over us as we could have to pay £36m in damages / expect a share price of 45p then.
red ninja: Mmm the truth is the share price is looking pretty stable today.
red ninja: Share price seems to be gently accumulating.
red ninja: Share price seems to be yo-yoing between 48-50p last few days. Even if the Allianz litigation succeeds and BWNG has to pay them 36 million. It still does not seem expensive at this price, given the business seems to be making progress. DYOR
no dice: With the share price bouncing around 50p there's an opportunity for those who didn't take up the open offer to remedy the resultant dilution for a ~12% discount to the OO price.
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).
inever: Sidam, It is not for me to tell you how to interpret the "Guidance" given by N Brown for FY22 but the only figure I have found is the utterly meaningless ADJUSTED EBITDA guidance of £93-100m. Here is what N Brown's ADJUSTED EBITDA has been in the last 4 years. Y/e Feb 2018 ADJUSTED EBITDA £118.6m Statutory EPS 4.41p denominator 288m shares Y/e Feb 2019 ADJUSTED EBITDA £128m Statutory EPS (20.5p) denominator 288m shares Y/e Feb 2020 ADJUSTED EBITDA £106.7m Statutory EPS 9.63 denominator 289m shares Y/e Feb 2021 ADJUSTED EBITDA £86.5m Statutory EPS 2.63 denominator 315m shares The ADJUSTED EBITDA'S reported in the past have converted into small EPS. The recovery implied by the EPS of 9.63p in FY20 has disappeared. In my opinion, given that the shares denominator is now 460m, it is really telling that management have avoided giving guidance on the statutory EPS for FY22. The next set of results to be reported will be the H1 of FY22. The H1 FY21 ADJUSTED EBITDA was £48m and the statutory EPS was 4.33p and this has FALLEN to 2.63p for the full year. All of this would be fine if the turnaround strategy was working. But it isn't. Sales are down, traffic is down, conversion rates are down, margin is down, Active customers is down 500k to 2.8m. They have been implementing a new digital strategy for 2 years and the like for likes are down. The Brown brands could not make hay when the high street was locked down and now that the high street is opening up, expect to read excuses like "increased competition" in the H1 reports. Investors will accept a shakeout by management like that in FY19 when it relates to strategic change, but they expect earnings growth thereafter. Don't forget that Brown's share price tumbled pre-Covid from 161p on December 31st 2019 to 57p at the end of February 2020. Focus on statutory EPS and ignore that meaningless ADJUSTED EBITDA.
zho: #BWNG EBITDA of £86.5m in a CV19 year.A year when most retailers like Ted Baker lost money. Expected to make £93-100m this year.More social media, build out home range, accelerating cust acquisition. share price down on RNS which is a blunt instrument for Alliance family to mop up more? https://twitter.com/SCSWSharewatch
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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