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BRBY Burberry Group Plc

980.20
-43.30 (-4.23%)
14 Jun 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
  -43.30 -4.23% 980.20 984.80 985.40 1,031.50 973.40 1,024.50 2,539,964 16:35:09
Industry Sector Turnover Profit EPS - Basic PE Ratio Market Cap
Misc Apparel,accesory Stores 2.97B 270M 0.7380 13.35 3.6B
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 1,023.50p. Over the last year, Burberry shares have traded in a share price range of 973.40p to 2,289.00p.

Burberry currently has 365,842,456 shares in issue. The market capitalisation of Burberry is £3.60 billion. Burberry has a price to earnings ratio (PE ratio) of 13.35.

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DateSubjectAuthorDiscuss
09/2/2016
11:46
what other companies do you think are good shorts at the moment, or ones to keep an eye on?
ukgeorge
09/2/2016
11:41
It`s the 'R' word again George added to banking worries. Grim indeeed.
philanderer
09/2/2016
11:27
I've gone short here, seems to be near the top of the downward trend.

The 100dma at 1254 should be resistance.

The slow down in China, although old news looks set to continue.

ukgeorge
08/2/2016
17:14
Good hearing that phil - well done. I think only one of the following drivers gets the markets moving upwards again:- Fed reverses course on QE / rates or a combination of both- China somehow works out its pressures on Yuan (very hard to see how considering capital controls or a steep devaluation does the job but it will come with serious unintended consequences)- Oil firming up- Growth miraculously picks upSubjective I know but the chances of any of the above materialising in the short run are negligible, in my view. Consequently, shorting the market seems to be the path of least resistance. In addition, we still haven't seen the full extent of pain caused by low oil prices. Unless one sees oil companies going bankrupt (chase peake may be only the start), and banks recognising the extent of related losses, it would probably be wise to avoid being long. Who knows but this is my stab in the dark!
tongosti
08/2/2016
16:47
Portfolio now showing a healthy +6% for 2016 with my three index shorts and BRBY short ... even PLND was up today. Should have gone long RRS a few weeks ago , missed out with the gold exposure.

Markets looking for recession ?

philanderer
08/2/2016
11:11
Burberry Ushers in New Era With ‘Seasonless’ Collections, Sales Straight Off the Runway
philanderer
08/2/2016
09:57
Just back from a few days in south of france. Property prices in Nice and Antibes falling pretty fast ... shops and restaurants closing. Something not right at all.

This area used to be propped up by russian money so that could be a contributory factor.

philanderer
04/2/2016
16:21
Makes total sense to me Phil. What I find very uncomfortable now is also the prospect of sterling should we go to a referendum on EU. Cliche I know but this year should throw some very good trading opportunities considering the drivers which have the ability to seriously move various markets.
tongosti
04/2/2016
14:01
And opened a new FTSE250 short this morning.... dismal BOE forecast
philanderer
03/2/2016
18:03
I doubled up my FTSE100 short this week , still short BRBY , long half a dozen 'defensives' and the rest cash . Doing ok at the moment.

Luck to all

philanderer
03/2/2016
17:40
Fair enough tongosti, we are running totally different strategies but good luck to you.
rndm355
03/2/2016
14:58
Following from the above, I have completely liquidated any individual stock holdings. My only positions now are - Short SP500- Long gold (which in effect emphasises the above short due to inverse correlation)I was stopped out of the USD / YEN trade as my 11900 stop loss level was hit
tongosti
03/2/2016
14:41
I would wait until there is a meaningful catalyst for the broad equity markets to pick up in the first place mate. I genuinely think that - unless you have another huge round of quantitative easing / negative rates in the US - the stock averages will find it very difficult to make significant headway from here. As such, getting in early may be a risky proposition. I know there are pros and cons to each argument but my personal preference is to get in only when industry and equity induces are above their 200day averages. Irrespective how compelling the fundamental case may be, broader industry and market trends can kill you if you get in at the wrong time. Cheap and quality companies can always get cheaper if broader markets are not able to advance. Naturally, I may get this all wrong so who knows!2016 is going to be really interesting.
tongosti
02/2/2016
22:25
Thanks tongosti & philanderer

Wouldn't mind a top up if Burbs gets back around or below £11

rndm355
02/2/2016
20:32
Strong sales in Europe and US help LVMH shrug off China slowdown
philanderer
02/2/2016
20:30
back to the yen ;-)

'Hedge funds thought they had the yen worked out. They were wrong'

philanderer
01/2/2016
20:24
1st feb Deutsche hold tp 1350p
philanderer
01/2/2016
17:54
Thanks for sharing your thinking rndm - much appreciated. As you, I have also opened up a YEN short but against the USD. Reason being the divergence in monetary policies is a bit more pronounced relative to US (as opposed to GBP). I am also avoiding taking on USD currency risk (relative to £) as the synthetic future contract is in hedged version. Thanks and good luck.
tongosti
01/2/2016
17:29
Ok tongosti, no problem.

With apologies to those who want to discuss BRBY...

I have a 5% allocation to cash (just to provide for a little flexibility in my portfolio).

Based on the view that the yen is now definitely a weak currency with a poor outlook, and the lack of weakness since their extraordinary and desperate NIRP policy was announced, I placed a GBPJPY trade equivalent in size to my portfolio's cash balance.

e.g. if I had £1,000 cash in my portfolio, my trade was equivalent to using that cash as collateral with which to borrow £1,000 worth of yen and buy an additional £1,000 worth of gbp with it. So the value of my cash balance measured in GBP will now rise and fall with the GBPJPY exchange rate, meaning that I am effectively unleveraged.

I'm happy to hold 5% in cash for the long-term and my view on the weak yen is also long-term and therefore I made the bet using the June 2016 forward (it's cheaper to make a long-term bet using a long-term instrument) and will happily roll this bet perpetually until my view changes or my basic minimum price target is reached (188 GBPJPY - a 10% unleveraged return on my cash!)

rndm355
01/2/2016
16:56
Thanks for sharing that rndm. Am not very familiar with Twitter so if you have a chance to copy and paste here whatever you have posted there would be appreciated.
tongosti
01/2/2016
16:52
I am long GBPJPY at 172.3 with the June 2016 forward for anyone who cares.... See my twitter.
rndm355
01/2/2016
16:47
The only people who "aren't happy" are other photographers who think Brooklyn hasn't earned his dues.... no kidding LOL
rndm355
01/2/2016
15:58
'People Aren’t Happy About Brooklyn Beckham's New Burberry Campaign'
philanderer
30/1/2016
10:47
Rndm - well done on the Yen last time you traded it. Impeccable timing indeed. Hopefully there will be a repeat this time around too. Good weekend.
tongosti
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