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Share Name Share Symbol Market Type Share ISIN Share Description
Burberry Group Plc LSE:BRBY London Ordinary Share GB0031743007 ORD 0.05P
  Price Change % Change Share Price Bid Price Offer Price High Price Low Price Open Price Shares Traded Last Trade
  +22.50p +1.26% 1,808.50p 1,804.50p 1,805.50p 1,817.50p 1,784.50p 1,788.50p 1,460,278 16:35:03
Industry Sector Turnover (m) Profit (m) EPS - Basic PE Ratio Market Cap (m)
Personal Goods 2,732.8 412.6 68.9 26.2 7,439.89

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15/5/2019
13:25
!YOUTUBEVIDEO:NTSg5m-BTiQ: What will Burberry have in its full year handbag on Thursday? Arguably the fourth quarter is going to be the real test for Burberry, with that period just about covering the launch of Riccardo Tisci’s debut collection as creative director. Analysts are expecting like-for-like sales to rise 2% during Q4. As for the full year, group revenue is expected to be effectively flat at constant exchange rates, with an overall comparable sales increase of 2%, and a 5.4% slide in adjusted operating profit to £442 million. It has also repeatedly stated it is on track to deliver cumulative cost savings of £100 million. The forecasts for 2019, the first full year under the creative guidance of Tisci, could be crucial. Read what Spreadex analysts have to say, or watch a 60 second preview, here: https://spreadex.com/?tid=391572
connorcampbell
15/5/2019
13:25
What will Burberry have in its full year handbag on Thursday? Arguably the fourth quarter is going to be the real test for Burberry, with that period just about covering the launch of Riccardo Tisci’s debut collection as creative director. Analysts are expecting like-for-like sales to rise 2% during Q4. As for the full year, group revenue is expected to be effectively flat at constant exchange rates, with an overall comparable sales increase of 2%, and a 5.4% slide in adjusted operating profit to £442 million. It has also repeatedly stated it is on track to deliver cumulative cost savings of £100 million. The forecasts for 2019, the first full year under the creative guidance of Tisci, could be crucial. Read what Spreadex analysts have to say, or watch a 60 second preview, here: hxxps://spreadex.com/?tid=391572
connorcampbell
10/1/2019
23:50
Macy's disaster sales
hampton58
10/1/2019
23:44
One of the best shorts at the momentChina etc
hampton58
04/1/2019
19:52
Evening all, have a missed something related to the drop we saw this week, or does it appear to be a tree shake?
robbiereliable
08/11/2018
14:20
I think a great company to trade stock.
cryptotrade
18/9/2018
00:22
GQ has all the photos from the new collection. With a few exceptions, it seems that: everything in brown - is terrible; everything in black - is very good; everything in white is superb. Problem is - most stuff is in brown.
mtsblogs
15/8/2018
12:37
22/06/2018 12:59pm UK Regulatory (RNS & others) TIDMBRBY RNS Number : 2815S Burberry Group PLC 22 June 2018 Burberry Group plc - Share Repurchase Programme Burberry Group plc ("Burberry" or the "Company") announces that it will commence a share repurchase programme of the Company's ordinary shares of 0.05p each (the "Ordinary Shares") up to a maximum consideration of GBP150m (the "Programme"). On 21 June 2018, Burberry entered into a non-discretionary instruction with Merrill Lynch International ("Merrill Lynch") in relation to the purchase by Merrill Lynch, acting as principal, of Ordinary Shares in the Company's share capital (the "Shares") for an aggregate purchase price of no greater than GBP150m and the simultaneous on-sale of such Shares by Merrill Lynch to Burberry. The purchase of shares will take place during the period commencing on 25 June 2018 and ending no later than 24 September 2018.
thosecronins
01/8/2018
00:07
I see Burberry have been buying back a lot of shares. Nearly every day. Does anyone know how big the buyback programme is and where we are within that?
breaktwister
05/6/2018
15:12
CEO put £1.2m of his own money into Burberry shares on 29th May. Bought at the full market price. No trickery. Very encouraging to see the CEO backing the company.
saltraider
21/5/2018
22:38
Well £16 buy was good. £4 rise 25%. Numpties.
cryptotrade
02/3/2018
13:03
if its overvalued why is it going up. Trading is a good reason, but it looks like its not tanking anytime soon.
cryptotrade
02/2/2018
14:56
Agree, significantly overvalued..
gregpeck7
18/1/2018
11:32
This has some more sinking to do before its bought by Megacorp. Listen for a burp.
jl9
18/1/2018
08:55
CEO is an idiot.
mtsblogs
17/1/2018
07:19
Terrible results imho reflects the brand moving down the pecking order with the likes of moncler stealing market share big crash today £16 possible sell sell sell
bricktycoon
10/11/2017
09:48
After several years holding these and a very good profit made over the time I`ve dumped the lot this morning. Not convinced this new company strategy will work out. Luck to all holders.
philanderer
09/11/2017
17:28
so far post results: 9th nov Morgan Stanley equal weight tp 1676p 9th nov Merrill Lynch underperform - 9th nov UBS buy tp 2110p 9th nov ++++ Results ++++
philanderer
09/11/2017
12:48
Plenty of comment here, mostly negative.. https://ftalphaville.ft.com/marketslive/2017-11-09/
philanderer
09/11/2017
12:39
Burberry to reinvent itself as a super luxury British brand New boss announces plan to raise the premium and put the fashion label on par with the likes of Dior and Hermes after better than expected results Steve Clayton, manager of a Hargreaves Lansdown fund that holds a 3.8% stake in Burberry, said: “Mr Gobbetti wants to take Burberry out of all but the most exclusive stores, starting in the US wholesale channel, and then more widely. It’s a textbook luxury brand repositioning exercise, which should leave Burberry jostling up against the world’s most exclusive names, with the margins to match. But this will take time and in the near term, sales growth will be held back and the group must invest more to achieve its goals.” Clayton thinks the move upmarket makes sense. “True luxury brands command immense pricing power and generate fabulous margins and cash flows. They sell to wealthy consumers and just like their customers, are more resistant to downturns. As Mr Gobbetti puts it ‘we will play in the most rewarding, enduring segment of the market’. That’s a prize worth paying for.” HTTPS://www.theguardian.com/business/2017/nov/09/burberry-to-reinvent-itself-as-a-super-luxury-british-brand
philanderer
09/11/2017
12:31
BTC , yes any sort of miss on results in the last few months seem to knock 10%+ off the shareprice.
philanderer
09/11/2017
10:15
Interesting how all the world loves to puff up a 'winner' until the moment it stumbles! All those positive stories and yet insiders will have known this was coming. Mr Bailey's earlier announced departure a coincidence?
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