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BRBY Burberry Group Plc

697.60
-54.40 (-7.23%)
19 Jul 2024 - Closed
Delayed by 15 minutes
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
  -54.40 -7.23% 697.60 702.00 702.40 738.00 697.60 737.20 2,496,249 16:35:10
Industry Sector Turnover Profit EPS - Basic PE Ratio Market Cap
Misc Apparel,accesory Stores 2.97B 270M 0.7380 9.51 2.75B
Burberry Group Plc is listed in the Misc Apparel,accesory Stores sector of the London Stock Exchange with ticker BRBY. The last closing price for Burberry was 752p. Over the last year, Burberry shares have traded in a share price range of 690.00p to 2,275.00p.

Burberry currently has 365,842,456 shares in issue. The market capitalisation of Burberry is £2.75 billion. Burberry has a price to earnings ratio (PE ratio) of 9.51.

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16/10/2015
13:05
Not BRBY specific anyway..

Hugo Boss Shares Slide as China Slump Hurts Full-Year Forecasts

philanderer
16/10/2015
09:57
No dead cat bounce ... looks like the start of the next leg down.

Poor press regarding that 'profit warning'

'Burberry learns the hard way to play it straight with investors'



.........but a contrarian might like this ;-)

Questor share tip: Time to check out of Burberry

The British luxury goods brand has delivered fantastic returns for investors during the past six years and now looks like a good time to check out, says Questor

philanderer
16/10/2015
09:10
FWIW.. downgrades and lower targets so far


16th oct Credit Suisse underperform tp 1250p
16th oct Goldman Sachs conviction buy tp 1900p
16th oct Soc Gen hold tp 1400p
16th oct Jefferies hold tp 1390p
16th oct Barclays equal weight tp 1425p
16th oct Deutsche hold tp 1450p
15th oct Nomura buy tp 1700p HouseBroker
15th oct BOA neutral tp 1500p HouseBroker

philanderer
15/10/2015
12:25
FWIW..

Burberry Group: Bank of America downgrades to neutral. Target price: 1500.00p. Nomura reiterates to buy, cuts target price to 1700.00p


Sharecast.

philanderer
15/10/2015
11:07
How low can we go, holding on and looking to add.
lightningbolt
15/10/2015
08:45
With the Fareast heading into negative growth we will struggle for a while. Still long term value here and v cash generative so not too worried especially since it's tradimg on around 15x only - good opportunity for a bid ????
buffetteer
15/10/2015
08:24
As expected , a crock of sh^te . Downgrades to follow , 1000p chart target and I may buy back in.

Luck to any holders.

philanderer
14/10/2015
09:05
- 6.5% on the week now :-S
philanderer
13/10/2015
23:32
And another 40p to be lopped off tomorrow going by the futures
philanderer
13/10/2015
18:46
BurberryVerified account ‏@Burberry 2 hours ago

Crowds gather to celebrate tonight at the new @Burberry flagship store in Shinjuku, Tokyo

philanderer
13/10/2015
18:21
A right dog , outperformed by RIO and BLT this year :-S


And nicely up there again today.......

UK 100 Fallers

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Burberry Grp (BRBY) 1,430.00 -3.05%

philanderer
13/10/2015
16:06
If today`s share price performance is anything to go by , thursday`s results are going to stink :-S
philanderer
13/10/2015
13:57
Burberry ‏@Burberry 35 minutes ago

Tokyo, Japan. Home of the new @Burberry Shinjuku flagship store

philanderer
13/10/2015
13:15
Oh gawd !!!!


Boris JohnsonVerified account ‏@MayorofLondon 1 hour ago

Great to join Christopher Bailey at new Tokyo @burberry store & see how iconic trench coat is created

philanderer
13/10/2015
09:12
13th oct Credit Suisse underperform tp 1600p

reiterates

philanderer
13/10/2015
08:56
Mixed Chinese trade data for September


(ShareCast News) - Overseas sales of Chinese goods continued to recover in September but import volumes missed economists' forecasts.
In local currency terms, exports slipped 1% year-on-year last month and imports by 17.7%, according to the country's customs authorities.

When converted to US dollars export sales were in fact down by 4.5% year-on-year, according to Capital Economics, which was better than the median consensus forecast for a fall of 6%.

The data was also than stronger than it appeared if negative base effects were taken into consideration - shipments were notably strong in the second half of 2014 - the research group said.

"In seasonally adjusted level terms, today's data are consistent with a continued recovery in exports since the start of the year, when global trade was very weak," said Julian Evans-Pritchard, China economist at Capital Economics.

Mixed reaction from economists to import data

In US dollar terms imports shrank at a 20.5% year-on-year clip in September, the think-tank calculated (Capital Economics: -12%).

Although the data hinted at some softening in domestic demand last month, the decline in the headline rate was dragged down by the drop in global commodity prices, overstating the extent of the drops.

"Import volumes are holding up much better," Evans-Pritchard said in a research note sent to clients.

"Looking ahead, we expect stronger growth in China's main trading partners to shore up exports over the coming quarters while a pick-up in investment spending should boost imports."

But not all economists were quite so upbeat.

"Import numbers are very bad news for countries exporting to China and that's focused on emerging markets in Asia and Latin America,"the global head of FX research at Standard Chartered, Callum Henderson, told CNBC.

philanderer
13/10/2015
08:51
Oh bug"er, this is looking sh*te again..... getting sick to the back teeth with this one.... thursday`s results are sure to be rubbish now, insiders already dumping ? :-S
philanderer
12/10/2015
11:01
And yet another cut.

UBS 'hold' tp from 1700p to 1600p

philanderer
12/10/2015
10:23
Burberry sales expected to slip

12 October 2015 | By Jill Geoghegan

Burberry is expected to announce slowing sales when it posts its interim results on Thursday (October 15), dragged down by China’s currency crisis.

Sales growth is expected to have slowed to around 5% compared with 9% growth during the last full year, the Daily Mail has reported.

First-half sales are expected to be up 5% to £1.2bn. However, analysts warned full-year profit forecasts could be downgraded

philanderer
12/10/2015
09:31
12th oct Nomura 'buy'

reiterates

philanderer
09/10/2015
13:41
Thanks tongosti, enjoy as well :-)


'Burberry hires chief information officer and chief people officer'

philanderer
09/10/2015
09:26
Who knows Phil why the market is doing what is doing at the moment but if I have to speculate, then I would argue that markets seem to understand that hiking rates is not truly what central bankers want to do in light of underlying challenges. I think it's a good sign that BRBY has broken out recently. If it can hold its gains above 1550 for a couple of days, I think the way should be up from here. I like your weekend plan but where does the booze fit in there mate?!As for me, I am taking the missus out tomorrow to go see Michael McIntyre. Have a great weekend!!
tongosti
09/10/2015
09:01
Morning tongosti , don`t think we`re out of the woods yet. China being talked right up this week helping the miners etc..

I see even Lagarde has got on ther bandwagon in the last 24hours - that`s usually a bad sign ;)

Good weekend to you too... I`m catching The Martian tomorrow and running Reading to Henley along The Thames on sunday - that`s the plan anyway :-D

philanderer
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