Share Name Share Symbol Market Type Share ISIN Share Description
Bunzl Plc LSE:BNZL London Ordinary Share GB00B0744B38 ORD 32 1/7P
  Price Change % Change Share Price Shares Traded Last Trade
  -10.00 -0.44% 2,270.00 795,862 16:35:24
Bid Price Offer Price High Price Low Price Open Price
2,274.00 2,276.00 2,298.00 2,250.00 2,285.00
Industry Sector Turnover (m) Profit (m) EPS - Basic PE Ratio Market Cap (m)
Support Services 9,326.70 453.30 104.80 21.7 7,647
Last Trade Time Trade Type Trade Size Trade Price Currency
18:33:04 O 1,588 2,273.791 GBX

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2020-08-04 17:33:052,273.791,58836,107.80O
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2020-08-04 17:30:122,270.001774,017.90O
2020-08-04 17:29:432,270.003,00568,213.50O
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Bunzl Daily Update: Bunzl Plc is listed in the Support Services sector of the London Stock Exchange with ticker BNZL. The last closing price for Bunzl was 2,280p.
Bunzl Plc has a 4 week average price of 2,131p and a 12 week average price of 1,618.50p.
The 1 year high share price is 2,304p while the 1 year low share price is currently 1,242p.
There are currently 336,856,809 shares in issue and the average daily traded volume is 714,039 shares. The market capitalisation of Bunzl Plc is £7,646,649,564.30.
philanderer: Bunzl at a high but it’s still a good play, says Shore Capital Outsourcing business Bunzl (BNZL) remains a ‘high quality defensive play’ for Shore Capital despite the shares trading at an all-time high. Analyst Robin Speakman retained his ‘buy’ recommendation on the shares, which were trading at £25.15 yesterday. ‘Trading at all-time-high share price levels, we remain positive on prospects for the provider of working capital efficiency-focused products and services,’ he said. He said margins remained stable and the outlook was positive, although with ‘perhaps lower global economic growth levels to leverage this year and perhaps for 2020’. ‘Bunzl remains a high-quality defensive play,’ said Speakman. ‘The cashflow generation capability continues to drive growth… we look for a flow of modest underlying upgrades to continue – sustaining share price performance over the medium term.’ HTTPS://
firtashia: We've had a noticeable increase in volumes traded since 10th Nov, almost every day in excess of 1m traded, entirely consistent with the drop in share price. In the 2 months before that date vols of 1m+ were much less common. Reckon theres an instituion selling down so will wait for the volume to drop off before adding.
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gateside: Investment Column: Bunzl has a rich history, buy into its future Share price: 652p (+16p) Bunzl is a hard company to pin down as it has sold everything from cigarette paper to adhesive tape in its rich and diverse history. Now it specialises in providing retailers with products they need in their business, and yesterday pleased the market once more with a solid trading statement. The group is a relative veteran of the London Stock Exchange, listing over 50 years ago, but actually traces its roots back to Bratislava in the mid-19th century. Part of the Bunzl family moved to England in 1938 to avoid the turmoil in Eastern Europe, and expanded their company through acquisitions and diversification up until the new millennium. In the past decade, however, the company has streamlined to focus on distribution and outsourcing. Today it delivers non-food products for companies such as Costa Coffee, providing it with cups, spoons, and sanitary products. It counts large businesses from the grocery, cleaning and safety, retailing and healthcare industries among clients. Yesterday's third-quarter trading statement showed the company picking up from where the strong half-year announcement in August left off. The group brings in 80 per cent of its revenues from abroad, and the weakness of the pound – as well as a better performance in continental Europe – helped to lift revenues 8 per cent. Margins were also up from cost-cutting. The one fly in the ointment is the rate of acquisitions slowing. Management admitted looking at targets, but lament the difference in price expectations with potential vendors. Analysts believe deals could prove a much-needed opportunity to grow products and locations. Still,the group has a strong balance sheet, as well as good cash flow. Operating in a defensive sector, the shares are valued at a hardly taxing 12.4 times this year's forecast earnings, with a yield of 3.5 per cent. It has a rich history, and should prove to have a lucrative future. That being the case, we suggest buying into it.
togglebrush: Ex dividend for 14.15p and the share price drops over twice that at 32p fall???
josephrobert: Mmmm, I believe that all price movements show something. And while the three year trend may have been impacted by the dollar:pound, that is not the only reason. And even if it was, it doesn't mitigate that this stock can be profitable traded in this downward trend. Aside from that, the company's share buy backs coincided with the rise in price since Feb. last year. Now the buybacks have stopped what is there to support the share price?
ajbche: Hi Yaz, Sorry to hear about your Next shorts. I guess you are going to need a couple of pretty negative days to offset the trading statement. I think all retailers once they have discounted their 'sales' period are going to have a tough time over the coming year, so hopefully the gloss will come off next's share price for you soon. In general I see the markets treading water until the Iraq situation is resolved one way or another. Personally I'm doing quick in and out trades, such as with Lloyds and Barclays, buying them at the lows this morning and selling for a quick profit and lunchtime. I see Bunzl sideways trading in a similar vain to the main markets until the war issue is resolved, so I would not expect much movement either way from its current levels. I agree that £4 looks like it's short term upside resistance point (which is why I closed my long at this level the other day). As always good luck with your trading and I'll speak to you later Regards, Andy
ajbche: Whoops Yas.....just seen NEXT's trading statement and share price.....I hope you tight stop loss in place. Speak to you later. Andy
yas0: Andy, Thanks for the moment it is going your way. I note since my last post the company have continued on their acquisition trail. My reasons for trading this stock are more technical than fundamental, though i cannot see how weakness in the dollar (which i think is inevitable and will take its toll), coupled with bunzl's significant exposure in the us can be avoided by the share price. As always time will tell...... Cheers Yas
timeliner: icahn Where did you learn Technical Analysis and if you use a reference book - what is it? The shares are in an uptrend and although the momentum indicators are slightly bearish relative to the share price this can continue for some time, and giving the general trend of the share, any set back would most likely only be temporary and not the end of the bull run as you suggest.
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