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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 0.58% 345.00 345.00 347.00 353.00 338.00 343.00 269,139 16:35:12
Industry Sector Turnover (m) Profit (m) EPS - Basic PE Ratio Market Cap (m)
General Retailers 338.9 44.1 69.8 4.9 173

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DateSubjectAuthorDiscuss
06/8/2020
09:30
On a serious note....when will we see £ 6.00 + ?????
exile
03/8/2020
14:19
they will likely pick off some of the smaller funeral plan companies when regulation hits which will give them more volume so looking good for further recovery next year
encoreagain1
03/8/2020
07:41
Get ready for the next wave of excess mortality amongst the 50-70 age group. Not from any virus but from untreated disease and ailments as people have been unable/unwilling to consult doctors during this so called pandemic.
exile
03/8/2020
06:04
https://uk.advfn.com/stock-market/london/dignity-DTY/share-news/Dignity-PLC-Holdings-in-Company/82973007 Nothing like keeping the market updated in timely fashion.
glavey
01/8/2020
08:25
Will drift back to 250p again now shorts are covered.
peanut100
31/7/2020
11:29
Next leg up soon IMO.Big gap up to fill on the chart to 600p range.
1realist
31/7/2020
11:28
About 12%. Market share is creeping up slightly each 6 months, but not significantly (11.7% to 11.9% to 12.4% for funerals in GB, 11.1% to 11.3% to 11.6% for cremations). Detailed numbers for funerals / cremations are in the interim results RNS.
1realist
31/7/2020
11:15
One might consider that price pressure will apply going forward. Are costs not still 'under review'?
glavey
31/7/2020
10:39
The consolidation of a recovery stock before the next leg up imo. Sad times when the only stock I see value in deals with D-e-a-t-hhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhh
exile
30/7/2020
12:25
Current 4 broker targets for DTY range between 150p and 570p, with median target 367.5p. But all these were before the recent H1 results RNS, which was much better than forecast. Broker targets will be revised up accordingly when they are next reviewed.https://markets.ft.com/data/equities/tearsheet/forecasts?s=DTY:LSE
1realist
30/7/2020
12:15
Broker rating I saw said 150p, Peel Hunt. might be worth a look at that price.
hhhold2
30/7/2020
11:40
Reported loss on accounts was purely down to one-off costs (actuarial revaluation of the Trust amount), and nothing to do with operating profits, which are significantly up, along with cash generation and revenues.They generated £40.2m in cash in the last 6 months alone.When the wider market catches on to this fact, DTY will continue its march back up to the 600p-1000p range.
1realist
30/7/2020
09:32
Who is buying this dead dog? Yesterday's P/L before tax is a loss of -13.6m compared to +58m from the same period last year. At a time when deaths for the quarter were up from 300k to 368k. The bottom line is that they haven't made any money in what should have been their best quarter ever. That quarter has brought forward deaths and reduced future profits. hxxps://www.dignityplc.co.uk/news-media/news/press-releases/2020-07-29/1813/interim-results-for-the-26-week-period-ended-26-june-2020/
boom or bust
30/7/2020
09:04
When the FCA dust settles I imagine there will be numerous sub scale portfolios up for sale.
velocytongo
29/7/2020
20:28
I guess the market liked the comment "without shareholder dilution" another catalyst is the trust being flat (when the FCA takes charge the trust would need to be in balance) and of course the cash flow.
hatfullofsky
29/7/2020
18:38
have'nt held these for a long time, cracking buy even at closing price, like to see DTY buy a few cheap high st, freeholds
mike24
29/7/2020
15:05
I would, from an ethical point of view, like to invest and profit from a company developing a test or cure for Covid, however the way our Government has dealt with the pandemic so far is negligent to say the least. The way people were brought from Hospitals to nursing homes equated to a cull. Second wave on it's way ! Not taking it lightly but investing in D-E-A-T-HHHHHH could be a way to make the most of a tragedy. Not nice and sympathies to any reader who has lost a loved one during this difficult time.
exile
29/7/2020
15:01
logically , the share price should go up from £6 to £10 when COVID hit UK.
deanmatlazin
29/7/2020
14:34
back to £6 :)))))
deanmatlazin
29/7/2020
14:17
can see this will go back to £6 in no time. COVID will not go away in next 12 months, second wave is coming.
deanmatlazin
29/7/2020
13:22
This could double from these levels very quickly imo.
exile
29/7/2020
12:55
Great cash flow .. looks like they will recover some lost ancillary revenues in Q3 .. and full service funerals are resuming .. the statement sounded a lot less downbeat than the previous one
velocytongo
29/7/2020
09:17
Results as expected but nice cashflow and good recovery of Trust balances
hatfullofsky
13/7/2020
20:17
must be getting back to normal income per funerals now? it's an £80m pa cash generative business when it does
encoreagain1
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