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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.

Burberry Share Discussion Threads

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DateSubjectAuthorDiscuss
28/2/2024
07:44
Anyone wants to know why the share price chart looks like its falling off a mountain just look at the state of the online catalog. Ffs what a mess
purplepelmets
18/1/2024
09:27
"In the corporate sector, Richemont stock traded 2.4% lower after the world’s second-largest luxury group reported lower third-quarter sales in Europe on Thursday, becoming the latest company in the sector to acknowledge a slowdown in demand.

Richemont said its overall sales growth decelerated to 8% in the three months to Dec. 31, down from the 12% increase in the previous six months.

The luxury sector has been buffeted in recent months by persistent inflation, high U.S. interest rates and a slower-than-expected recovery in China after the COVID-19 shutdowns".

huckers
12/1/2024
14:25
This site will give you an idea of their current men's range and competing brands.
essentialinvestor
12/1/2024
14:17
That's our second big win of 2024 and all the other Burberry short-sellers
ukneonboy
12/1/2024
13:33
Im no fashionista but isnt tartan a bit 1990s? Might be popular still in backwards countries like Russia or Australia? Suppose it all comes back into fashion at some point. Tempted to bottom fish here
purplepelmets
12/1/2024
13:25
Yes but we've experienced a luxury super cycle over that decade, so it may be more challenging to ascribe a value to the business atm.
essentialinvestor
12/1/2024
13:21
Remains a top quality name trading at a 50% discount to its 10 year average.
justiceforthemany
12/1/2024
10:56
That's a very significant miss on consensus before today's RNS.
essentialinvestor
12/1/2024
10:49
Taken an initial position at 1,228p. 12-18 month recovery potential and outside chance a larger group may be look at adding Burberry to their luxury brand portfolio.
huckers
12/1/2024
08:16
Was waiting for this update before deciding whether to take a stake.
Pretty ugly!

salpara111
12/1/2024
07:04
This is gonna b painful
purplepelmets
08/1/2024
11:24
EssentialInvestor - the only reason it is net debt is due to future lease obligation recognition post IFRS16, they still have large net cash if factoring in only actual borrowings. (which was a £300m bond raised at very low interest rates, in order to be rated in the debt markets.)
eddie1980
04/1/2024
19:08
I've adjusted for that. Still get 12-13x earnings.
justiceforthemany
03/1/2024
22:31
Justice, the PE is based on current consensus, which is subject to change!. An adjustment in estimates may be imminent.

In terms of the balance sheet, FY net debt forecast circa £800 million. For several years BRBY ran a net cash position - no longer the case.

I believe this remains a great brand (highly subjective admittedly) with potential, however significant challenges over the next year or so.

essentialinvestor
03/1/2024
17:48
Added a small amount.
May be snapped up.
Multi year lows.
P/E down to 12-13
Excellent balance sheet.

justiceforthemany
03/1/2024
14:24
This one has just come on my radar. Looks like a reasonable level to begin a position but might wait until the trading update. I expect even a reasonable one will result in another drop (as seems to be the way with many FTSE shares).
huckers
03/1/2024
13:39
As mentioned before the NY, the share price is loudly indicating a further profit warning to come - how much of this is already in factored in... (I can't even guess).
essentialinvestor
03/1/2024
08:53
New low 1374p . Missed it
action
27/12/2023
13:05
According to BBC yesterday no rush in Oxford Street...
action
21/12/2023
22:12
Can't knock that,have an order in at £14 for first lot,will add accordingly, collect 4% divis & wait for sentiment to change.
contrarian joe
21/12/2023
18:44
Hi Joe, bought a small amount, will try not to look at it too often.
essentialinvestor
21/12/2023
17:45
EI,fair point, I neither have any insight into new management & their marketing skills.
You may well be right regarding some consumers less willing to pay premium prices....in the environment were in,(all seemed fine with their full year results),
obviously there's likely to be a number of short term issues (imo)causing weakness.
I'm willing to bet at these levels you should be reasonably rewarded over the next couple of years, I like the history & brand.As for timing I'll leave that to Rolex.

contrarian joe
21/12/2023
16:05
I was a friend of Lee (Alexander) McQueen back in the day and Isabella Blow, Isabella introduced me to him.
So at one point I had a good inside track on the industry, but nothing like these contacts now and in my mid 50's have far less interest in fashion.

I know there have been question marks raised on their new head designer, tbf It's arguably far too soon to judge.

I think what we are seeing with Burberry is part of a much bigger story and that is some consumers less willing to pay premium prices - how long that may continue..and does trading deteriorate further..

Share price is indicating the later, but can see the case for a small speculative buy - on a medium term basis.

essentialinvestor
21/12/2023
15:46
Updates late jan 2024.Net debt approx £800m after deducting cash from total debt.
Share price is likely reflecting a lot of bad news?.
Have traded on average of 2.5 times sales,now around 1.6.
Looking through the cycles of the business now seems a good time to start accumulating.

contrarian joe
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