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Share Name Share Symbol Market Type Share ISIN Share Description
Dignity Plc LSE:DTY London Ordinary Share GB00BRB37M78 ORD 12 48/143P
  Price Change % Change Share Price Bid Price Offer Price High Price Low Price Open Price Shares Traded Last Trade
  2.00 0.27% 735.00 730.00 734.00 744.00 720.00 734.00 89,196 16:35:15
Industry Sector Turnover (m) Profit (m) EPS - Basic PE Ratio Market Cap (m)
General Retailers 338.9 44.1 69.8 10.5 368

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02/12/2020
22:43
There will be excess mortality every year from now on using historical data as a datum. The mortality rate of over 65's will increase year on year .... Covid 19 ? probably not imo. The answer is in plain sight on the Gov Office of statistics website, paragraph 6.The UK’s population is ageing Like many other countries, the UK’s age structure is shifting towards later ages. By 2050, it is projected that one in four people in the UK will be aged 65 years and over – an increase from approximately one in five in 2018. This is the result of the combination of declining fertility rates and people living longer. While for some living longer may be a cause for celebration, the ageing population has implications on several policy areas. People become old, they die and there are more people in their twilight years than ever before. I also suspect this "Live" vaccine could be a Government policy to accelerate the process as, let's face it, there is no money for pensions and associated costs for care.
exile
01/12/2020
15:30
Hotdog .. that must be trailing as forecast is nearer is 8.5 times .. Vt
velocytongo
01/12/2020
14:35
No worries - not currently invested. But still interested...
imastu pidgitaswell
01/12/2020
14:21
Class A and Class B notes are c£540m total, so yep, the EV/EBITDA of 12 is about right.You will be aware of what cheap looks like for an EV/EBITDA multiple and 12 ain't cheap.
hotdog23
01/12/2020
12:03
Can anyone tell me what happened in 2017-18 to more than halve the share price?
reverend bong
01/12/2020
11:50
Are you using the right debt figures - remember that much of the long term financial gross debt is matched with long term financial assets on the balance sheet; it's not 'corporate' debt. https://uk.advfn.com/cmn/fbb/thread.php3?id=6185432&from=1951 And explained better in post 1954.
imastu pidgitaswell
01/12/2020
11:11
They are already loaded up with debt and EV/Ebitda near 12x. Add in CMA attention on the sector and seems unlikely.Think will need to rely on self-help and organic improvement. Next major catalyst for me would be CMA report out Q1/Q2 next year.
hotdog23
26/11/2020
19:56
Who would bid?DTY are number 2. Behind Coop.
hotdog23
26/11/2020
09:59
eight/ten days after US thanksgiving and xmas will show the real tragedy of this pandemic tonight 9pm The Spanish Flue, 100yrs ago they blamed fatigue for lowering immune system in turn responsible for outbreak, today, with nearly 5000 posts on Patient UK covid forum discuss the crippling post virus effects of which fatigue is the biggest post covid problem once called the yuppie flue, now CFS or ME
mike24
19/11/2020
09:43
I'm out for the short term... will be watching like a hawk though. CPI looks better short term imo.
exile
17/11/2020
12:35
Hi VT, simply a matter of margins, figures below exc central overheads. Just my opinion. Funerals are going to become more competitive and it's a very fragmented, de-centralised market. We would get a good price for it which will help grow the Crematoria business. I am but a voice on a BB, my preference will not alter the strategic review. Crematoria - Underlying operating profit - 2020 Q1 10.3 Q2 13.4 Q3 8.8 YTD 32.5 HY Rev £37m = £23.7 Op Profit Funeral - Underlying operating profit - 2020 Q1 17.5 Q2 16.2 Q3 4.8 YTD 38.5 HY Rev £134m = £33.7 Op Profit
hatfullofsky
17/11/2020
12:19
Hoping it consolidates the break out, CMA leaky as hell, I wonder if somebody has got wind of good news. Some good volume in November (all is relative)
hatfullofsky
17/11/2020
12:07
Since the end of Q3, there have been circa +4,500 above the five year av.
velocytongo
17/11/2020
11:50
ONS death weekly deaths out to day for the week ending 6th Nov. It was + 1,500 the five yr average. Not sure there's a bid, just the expectation this will be a bad winter (so far, the market has been v optimistic about the vaccine) and that the CMA goes away soon. Once that happens, the cost saves kick in and they can start investing in more crematoria Hat, the funerals business makes loads of money, why would they sell it? Vtongo
velocytongo
17/11/2020
11:02
Not sure of a bid but I'm hoping they sell the funeral business and retain and grow the crematoria business.
hatfullofsky
17/11/2020
10:28
anyone think a bid could be on the cards?
qs99
17/11/2020
09:57
Very nice trend here.
hatfullofsky
16/11/2020
21:00
Your post made me chuckle, hat
velocytongo
12/11/2020
22:00
Because that's what I always do after a funeral ....
hatfullofsky
12/11/2020
15:34
Only 6 reviews on TP and COOP have 119 but don't fair that much better!
velocytongo
12/11/2020
11:42
They need some decent reviews on Trustpilot why make it easier for the competition?
mike24
10/11/2020
18:39
Although there is no guidance, it does look like they'll do between 60-70p of earnings. It's also interesting that the bonds have traded up from 75 to 83. Bond holders will have more information than the shareholders. The runes are good! Vtongo
velocytongo
10/11/2020
17:18
2 good volume days, let it continue
hatfullofsky
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