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BRBY Burberry Group Plc

1,051.00
2.00 (0.19%)
23 May 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
  2.00 0.19% 1,051.00 1,047.00 1,048.00 1,053.50 1,039.50 1,048.50 1,256,721 16:35:26
Industry Sector Turnover Profit EPS - Basic PE Ratio Market Cap
Misc Apparel,accesory Stores 2.97B 270M 0.7380 14.19 3.83B
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 1,049p. Over the last year, Burberry shares have traded in a share price range of 1,034.00p to 2,319.00p.

Burberry currently has 365,842,456 shares in issue. The market capitalisation of Burberry is £3.83 billion. Burberry has a price to earnings ratio (PE ratio) of 14.19.

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13/7/2016
22:11
Nice 'bowl' forming...
gymratt
13/7/2016
20:56
Market report...

luxury fashion house Burberry was catapulted to the top of the blue chip index, up 76p to a three month high of £12.79, after its first quarter results came in ahead of analysts forecasts. Total retail revenue was flat at £423m while store sales dipped by 3pc, compared with expectations of a 5pc fall. Earlier this week, the FTSE 100 company appointed a new chief executive, Marco Gobbetti of Céline, and announced that current chief executive Christopher Bailey would stay on as President and chief creative officer.

Tom Gadsby, of Liberum, said: “We believe that forecasts are likely to come under threat when the new management team takes over in the new year. We would not be surprised to see expectations lowered following a strategic renew.”

philanderer
13/7/2016
12:10
Plenty of comment on Alphaville...
philanderer
13/7/2016
09:09
Market likes that trading update :-)
philanderer
12/7/2016
14:48
Blackrock adding 500k
philanderer
12/7/2016
13:33
Burberry Shares Still Cheap Despite New CEO Boost
philanderer
11/7/2016
23:44
'Burberry investors question boardroom shake-up'


Though pleased that designer Mr Bailey will hand control of the FTSE 100 retailer’s financial future to Marco Gobbetti, shareholders questioned the incumbent’s new title of president in addition to his existing role of chief creative officer.

One top five investor said the decision to hand Mr Bailey the role “looked very odd” and said they would press Burberry’s board for further clarity about how Mr Gobbetti and Mr Bailey’s responsibilities would be split. Both men will report to chairman Sir John Peace and, as such, Mr Bailey will be Mr Gobbetti’s equal.

One company source said: “Christopher will still be setting the strategy and vision of the company alongside Marco.” Richard Marwood, fund manager at Royal London Asset Management, which holds a stake in Burberry, said he has questions “because we don’t really know what the role of president will mean”.

Shareholders also queried the notion of effectively paying for two chief executives.

Mr Bailey, who holds on to his current remuneration package, saw a 75pc reduction in his annual compensation last year as a result of a fall in profits. He took home just over £1.89m, compared to £7.51m the year before.

Mr Gobbetti will be entitled to the same pay package as Mr Bailey, which includes a £1.1m base salary, an annual £80,000 travel, car and clothing allowance in cash, a bonus of up to 200pc of salary, a share award of up to 325pc of his salary and a 30pc pension contribution.

The result is a £6.98m potential pay pot. He will also be awarded shares worth as much as £4.25m to compensate for those he will forfeit by leaving Celine. These will pay out between 2017 and 2020.

philanderer
11/7/2016
23:27
Telegraph market report:

Luxury fashion house Burberry was also among the biggest risers, up 49p to £12.11, after it named Marco Gobbetti as chief executive. The FTSE 100 company said Mr Gobbetti will join next year from French luxury brand Céline, where he is currently chairman and chief executive.

He will succeed Christopher Bailey, who will stay on as president and chief creative officer. Helen Brand, of UBS, said the new appointments are a “positive”, as there will be a “good balance of luxury expertise combined with operational focus”.

philanderer
11/7/2016
15:13
Jumped in today. Bought not necessarily because of the latest CEO news but because BRBY has been acting right over the last 4 weeks. Price has been increasingly heavier volume which tells me more and more buyers are coming next in. Stop loss at £10.2 so let's see how this one will go!
tongosti
11/7/2016
14:02
At last !

Proper management changes . I`ve added a few more

Fashion chain Burberry have just announced a new chief executive.

It’s Marco Gobbetti, currently CEO of fashion chain Céline.

This means that Christopher Bailey, Burberry’s creative mastermind, is moving to become president, after two years as CEO. He’ll be chief creative officer too - but effectively he’s losing day-to-day control of the company

It’s not a great surprise; City investors were concerned that Bailey couldn’t do both jobs, especially as trading has deteriorated in recent months.

Burberry shares have jumped 6%...

philanderer
11/7/2016
08:54
11th july Deutsche ' hold ' tp 1350p up from 1250p
philanderer
07/7/2016
00:05
xd for 26.8p thursday morning.
philanderer
06/7/2016
23:50
Luxury fashion house Burberry was also among the top risers after UBS reiterated its “”buy” rating and hiked its adjusted pre-tax profit forecasts for the year up by 13pc on the back of the depreciation in the pound. Analysts said the FTSE 100 remains attractive following the “recent market dislocation”. Shares climbed 9p, or 0.8pc, to £11.69.
philanderer
06/7/2016
12:23
Thank gawd for a few $ earners in the portfolio ;-)
philanderer
05/7/2016
10:06
5th july Liberum sell tp 975p
5th july Jefferies hold tp 1290p

philanderer
04/7/2016
11:10
HSBC downgrades to 'hold' ... target cut from 1500p to 1330p
philanderer
01/7/2016
15:33
1380 target.
brutus8
30/6/2016
17:05
I dumped GLEN Has been good to me twice in 2.5 weeks. A real performer has been LMI The trading range every couple of days is unbelievable but supposedly very risky and with "the so called experts" telling you to stay clear. Well I wish I never listened. Talk Talk also going ex on 7th July with a 10 pence + div looks better value than here so will keep an eye on the open which will greatly be effected by China report on whatever they fabricate this time round. Very frustrated that this CEO is still absent.
brutus8
30/6/2016
16:28
Yep agree brutus , recent rally to good not to cash in on.

I`ve done the same today with AZN and DGE.

philanderer
30/6/2016
11:43
From the trading this morning looks like fund managers will be gambling on the dividend next week and take profits off the table today.
brutus8
25/6/2016
10:51
phil - agreed, they must see that and I'm sure there are some respected businss heavys around who would like a spell at BRBY.
bigbertie
25/6/2016
00:05
Bailey needs to get some good help in.
philanderer
24/6/2016
18:13
no excuses now to get on a jet and negotiate deals with the world. Clearly the so called 500 million EU market did Burbury no favours. Europe's loss is someone else's gain.China is loaded with billionair's as is Russia & Malesia
brutus8
24/6/2016
16:49
$ earners all ok today.
philanderer
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