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 Shares Traded Last Trade
  35.50 2.37% 1,536.00 1,047,600 16:35:15
Bid Price Offer Price High Price Low Price Open Price
1,539.50 1,540.50 1,551.50 1,500.50 1,511.00
Industry Sector Turnover (m) Profit (m) EPS - Basic PE Ratio Market Cap (m)
Personal Goods 2,633.10 168.50 29.80 51.5 6,216
Last Trade Time Trade Type Trade Size Trade Price Currency
17:36:02 O 1,774 1,536.819 GBX

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2020-09-22 17:42:541,536.821,77427,263.17O
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2020-09-22 17:42:431,538.4993514,384.87O
2020-09-22 17:33:111,547.013174,904.02O
2020-09-22 16:40:521,545.871382,133.30O
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Burberry Daily Update: Burberry Group Plc is listed in the Personal Goods sector of the London Stock Exchange with ticker BRBY. The last closing price for Burberry was 1,500.50p.
Burberry Group Plc has a 4 week average price of 1,379.50p and a 12 week average price of 1,231.50p.
The 1 year high share price is 2,340p while the 1 year low share price is currently 1,017p.
There are currently 404,709,025 shares in issue and the average daily traded volume is 1,344,643 shares. The market capitalisation of Burberry Group Plc is £6,216,330,624.
philanderer: What analysts think of Burberry's trading update.... Ken Odeluga, senior market analyst at City Index, said the increase in Burberry's share price reflects "palpable relief" after an "unexpectedly solid advance in first-quarter comparable sales growth and the most promising underlying trend in China for at least three years". Odeluga noted that the 4% increase in comparable sales beat average forecasts of 2.3% and represented the "best sign of a potential group sales rebound for several quarters". "Burberry’s newest ranges and leather goods were the stand-out products in the first quarter, reducing concerns among some investors about potential C-Suite tensions following the sideways progression of former CEO Christopher Bailey to a full-time creative leadership role. "Leather spans all product ranges and accessories, Burberry’s highest-revenue category, which was also bolstered by the DK88 handbag range which sells for as much as £2,495 per unit, according to the group’s paid search advertising." UBS said first quarter retail revenue beat its expectations by 2% while comparable sales growth exceeded its forecast of 2%. However, the bank said there was risks to luxury goods copmanies, including terrorism, drastic political changes, pricing pressure, brand value, management execution and successor issues, perception in equity market about long-term growth, and foreign exchange rates. Steve Clayton, fund manager of the Hargreaves Lansdown Select UK Growth Shares fund, said: "This is an encouraging performance from Burberry, which looks to be at long last pulling out of the doldrums." But Clayton warned that reported growth will be held back a bit in the near term due to little new space being added and “brand control” in the wholesale channel later this year as Burberry attempts to massage its brand’s perception and positioning higher. "But with an acceleration in new product launches set for the second half of the year, the underlying progress at Burberry should improve steadily," he said.
philanderer: Burberry is 31p better at £14.34 after positive analyst comment after its falls after Tuesday’s update. Barclays raised its target price from £13.50 to £14.50, saying: Expectations were running high coming into the figures following LVMH results last week - so in line figures have been met with some disappointment with the stock down high single-digits. We have raised both the EPS and price target by 7% based on 19 times 2017 calendar PE. UBS was also positive, issuing a buy note: Although expectations on Burberry had been high into the quarter, we believe that the share price weakness (-7%) was an overreaction given in line figures and no change to consensus pretax profit excluding foreign exchange. Our buy rating on Burberry is based on our view that the share price does not reflect the true value of the retail productivity improvements and cost savings plan laid out at the strategy update on 18th May. We believe that the return to positive like for like of +2% in the second quarter should give confidence in this longer term potential. Additionally we were positively surprised that cost control measures will now come in above expectations for both the full year and the first half so offsetting the downgrade in wholesale guidance. HTTPS://
philanderer: Finsbury Growth & Income: Nick Train Dismisses Brexit Risk ........Another example is Burberry (BRBY) whose social media presence boasts upwards of 40 million followers across various platforms, a success digital marketing strategy for a company founded in 1856. Although this company has seen considerable share price volatility over the past 18 months Train says “there is only one Burberry, a company who is named unprompted on surveys on the world’s most recognisable brands”. Train has bought more in recent months, adding on the market dips. HTTP://
thomasthetank1: Read Beaufort Securities's note on BURBERRY GROUP PLC (BRBY), out this morning, by visiting hxxps:// "Burberry delivered below par performance in FY 2016, with poor sales in Hong Kong and Macau. The company's margins were also impacted by a decline in Chinese tourists visiting its stores in Europe. Burberry's weak results directly impacted its share price, which fell more than 35% in the last 12 months. In lieu of the challenging market for the luxury sector, Burberry has announced a cost savings programme expected to achieve at least an annualised £100m by 2019. The company plans to reduce operating expenses and improve efficiency in areas such as marketing. Burberry would re-launch its website and introduce a customer mobile app that allows mobile checkouts. The company would also invest more in training staff and hire 20% more private client sales associates. Nonetheless, Burberry continues to face intense competition in a slowing market, and it would take some time for its initiatives to turn fruitful..."
philanderer: Guardian: Possible holders of the stake could be rivals LMVH and US group Coach, private equity or an activist investor. “Burberry is one of the few luxury brands without family interest and thus an easier target for acquisition,” said Macquarie analyst Daniele Gianera told the FT. Ken Odeluga, market analyst at City Index, said: It appears that Burberry’s challenging trading conditions in the Asia-Pacific region which have weighed on its top line for at least 18 months and pushed the stock down 40% last year (though the shares have since recouped some of that) have attracted opportunistic interest. Burberry could amount to a prize acquisition for what we would regard as its ‘ideal’ buyer: one with the longest possible horizon with respect to Burberry’s largest non-domestic markets. The reports have sent Burberry shares nearly 5% higher to £14.35, but not everyone is convinced. Analyst Nick Bubb said: As the so-called “mystery” HSBC stake of around 5% in Burberry has been around for some time and includes their fund management holdings, it is not clear why Burberry are on takeover alert, but the City has taken no chances and pushed the share price up. HTTP:// Bloomberg: Bid speculation is increasing after Burberry shares slid 27 percent in the past year. The company in January reported Christmas revenue that trailed its own forecast, hurt by a slump in demand in Hong Kong. Burberry is scaling back stores, cutting bonuses and consolidating products under one label after forecasting earnings will probably fall for a second straight year. “In terms of a takeover target, Burberry’s valuation had reached the point where shareholder activism was increasingly likely in our view,” said John Guy, an analyst at MainFirst Bank AG. LVMH and Richemont are two major trade buyers that would have sufficient resources to make a bid, while Qataris could figure among private-equity bidders, he said. HTTP://
philanderer: Hugo Boss chief executive Claus-Dietrich Lahrs is stepping down after eight years leading the German fashion house. The news follows this week's sharp fall in the company's share price prompted by a profit warning. The company blamed weak sales in China and the United States for its warning that it expects sales to grow more slowly than its long-term forecast in 2016. Shares hit their lowest level in five years on Tuesday and Wednesday BBC.
tongosti: one thing is certain phil - they are either catching the proverbial falling knife or ... are calling the very bottom! stating the obvious i know. would be interesting to see what the share price action will be like over the next few weeks considering poor macro data coming out from China and the prevailing uncertain sentiment hovering over the markets.
rndm355: Fair enough. Buy case from Seeking Alpha
philanderer: 'Burberry share price: Short-sellers increase bets against retailer' Pressure mounts ahead of Christmas trading update HTTP://
tongosti: Looks like the share price broke out from its narrow price range. Maybe things are on the mend after all. Here's to a good weekend!
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