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
  +6.00p +1.14% 533.50p 538.50p 544.50p 534.50p 533.00p 534.50p 1,922 10:25:35
Industry Sector Turnover (m) Profit (m) EPS - Basic PE Ratio Market Cap (m)
General Retailers 315.6 40.5 63.0 8.5 267

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DateSubjectAuthorDiscuss
13/3/2019
07:50
That's common knowledge mate. Goes on to say 2019 expected to be in line with precious guidance. You never know what the markets will focus on in any report, but I'm not sure 2019 guidance will be that thing here... let's see..
hussyo
13/3/2019
07:49
Unfortunately 0.1% is not much of a Market Share increase, but definitely better than a decline
hatfullofsky
13/3/2019
07:31
In this market, unfortunately, it's going to get hammered. FY19 lower than FY18.
hatfullofsky
13/3/2019
07:31
Market share is going up organically, which is great, and prices have stabilised. The market has not got to rethink its multiple on this stock.
hussyo
13/3/2019
07:17
Results quite good really. Nothing spectacular but solid progress. Salty
saltaire111
13/3/2019
07:09
Pretty much a middle of the road report.
hussyo
12/3/2019
18:19
No great volume today, let's hope those traded on the 8th know a lot more than us.
hatfullofsky
12/3/2019
14:37
Nice, very hard to get the lows, scaling in works best
hatfullofsky
12/3/2019
13:45
Thanks for putting that up. I've got 10k shares at 7.31. Kicked myself for missing the 6.43 as I was tied up in Fresnillo.
hussyo
12/3/2019
13:06
https://www.gov.uk/cma-cases/funerals-market-study
hatfullofsky
12/3/2019
12:49
P&L Flat - Which is a great result for me at the moment, yourself ?
hatfullofsky
12/3/2019
12:48
Hussyo - The feedback corroborates your view (e) Not everyone wanted a budget service. People were happy to pay for a quality service (and this showed respect for their loved one). (a) Quality is far more important to consumers than price. Information about quality or other criteria against which to benchmark and compare the quality of different funeral directors is lacking.
hatfullofsky
12/3/2019
11:59
Mate, the issue isn't as big as it was implied, and as I said before, maybe we want to spend big on funerals.
hussyo
12/3/2019
11:15
I am neither adding or reducing ahead of tomorrow. I will asses all information provided with particular interest on their pricing transparency changes and the transformation spend.The CMA study will weigh on this so even if stellar results, which we expect they may be a muted reaction.I will be looking to add on any weakness.
hatfullofsky
12/3/2019
11:10
OMG - The CMA only received 25 individual responses to their Interim Report. Is this whole exercise a waste of tax payers money.
hatfullofsky
12/3/2019
10:21
Got a few of these
claret dragon
12/3/2019
09:56
Hat... how's your P&L on this? Are you lightening or adding before tomorrow? We know 2018 numbers and we know the final quarter was strong. The key is what will they guide and what comments will they make about CMA... Discuss
hussyo
11/3/2019
01:00
Beyond openly stated they were shorting DTY. How can anybody trust a company with so openly vested interests. The guy often post on this board, I'm sure he will have defend his manipulation.
hatfullofsky
09/3/2019
14:06
... sorry for the errors, mobile typing is a pain.
hussyo
09/3/2019
11:28
The price comparison site 'Beyond' examined the funeral landscape and found the following: • CMA studied funeral sector through second half of 2018 and found such a concerning landscape that it is now conducting a full market investigation • Central to its initial findings was the impact of major chains on the disproportionately spiralling costs in the sector • Dignity was explicitly noted in the interim report as “well above international benchmarks” while it was also reported that “the Most expensive crematoria in the UK are run by private providers, in particular Dignity” • The report concluded that “Dignity’;s pricing policies have acted as the engine of these price rises, with others in the market appearing to follow its lead” • Dignity operates 19 of the 20 most expensive crematoria in the country • The average price of a funeral is now £4,271 • Funeral prices have risen by 33% since 2016 Average package available on Beyond is £2,807. Beyond has calculated that the funeral sector – which is a £2 billion a year industry – is overvalued by 35% or £650 million • Beyond calculated last year that there is a significant ‘chain premium’ between funeral directors. On average, an independent funeral director’s fees were £2,287 while a chain funeral director charged on average £3,771 – 65% more. Dignity is the most expensive of the UK’s major chains • Despite stating that it will do so on several occasions in the last few years, Dignity has still not published its prices online to allow customers to compare value – the lack of transparency in the funeral sector was a key pillar of the CMA’s findings and reasoning for launching its full investigation
jamie48
09/3/2019
08:36
This is the full fat investigation, with conclusions en all. It's mandated to report by end of May. The phase one report suggested several possible future outcomes, one being to set up an industry regulator. They were conscious in the phase one of not over-burdening the industry or government with costs, while admitting something needed to be done as they weren't confident of self-regulation. * I looked at the timeline of the doorstep lending investigation and overlaid it on the Provident share price - barely a blink. That industries later issues were either self-inflicted or illegal, though you could say the regulator was onto them by that point so any unethical practices were pounced on.
hussyo
08/3/2019
23:37
They've completed the market study and are now deliberating on a Market Investigation. No idea how long that would take but seems a protracted exercise that should end up with a remit to publicly publish all prices and add on's.
hatfullofsky
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