Share Name Share Symbol Market Type Share ISIN Share Description
Dunelm LSE:DNLM London Ordinary Share GB00B1CKQ739 ORD 1P
  Price Change % Change Share Price Bid Price Offer Price High Price Low Price Open Price Shares Traded Last Trade
  -3.00p -0.51% 586.00p 583.50p 584.50p 590.00p 577.50p 587.00p 184,237 16:35:09
Industry Sector Turnover (m) Profit (m) EPS - Basic PE Ratio Market Cap (m)
General Retailers 880.9 128.9 50.5 11.6 1,181.86

Dunelm Share Discussion Threads

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DateSubjectAuthorDiscuss
23/7/2017
08:58
or plummeting?
toffeeman
18/7/2017
10:47
Gonna need more rhan than that to stop the rot here?
kendonagasaki
18/7/2017
08:26
A couple more small director buys have been announced:- https://uk.advfn.com/stock-market/london/dunelm-DNLM/share-news/Dunelm-Group-plc-Director-PDMR-Shareholding/75253592
cwa1
13/7/2017
11:48
Forced to buy to keep up the sp?Well it's not going to work....not on your nelly.
kendonagasaki
13/7/2017
08:17
At a 5 year low he kinda had to - £50k is jack sh1t in the context of total remuneration.
toffeeman
13/7/2017
08:09
director piling in
opodio
13/7/2017
07:44
Show of confidence byt the CEO:- Dunelm Group plc (the "Company") has been notified of the following dealing by its Chief Executive John Browett in its ordinary shares of 1p each: Name of Director Date of No of shares Price per / person closely purchase share associated ------------------- ----------- ------------- ---------- John Browett, 12 July Chief Executive 2017 9,098 546.5p ------------------- ----------- ------------- ----------
cwa1
12/7/2017
20:18
Property market is heading for a massive crash!Going to hurt them here?
kendonagasaki
12/7/2017
16:25
Looks pretty bleak if 500 goes then it looks like 400. Old JB does it again - kiss of death it seems
toffeeman
12/7/2017
14:26
I hope you are right Woodsman though would expect payment of overdue debt to be stated as such.
dr_smith
12/7/2017
13:00
I just read it in simple commercial terms - that Worldstores had a lot of overdue invoices from major suppliers with no doubt some of them threatening to put them on "stop". eg. gone to 90 days when agreed terms were 60 days etc. All it seems Dunelm has done is to promptly settle overdue payments to restore supply and good faith - and at the same time it emphasises that there is a big group running the show now and they can expect payment to whatever commercial terms are agreed going forward.
woodsman2004
12/7/2017
10:42
Thank-you Woodsman. If I understand you right, you reckon money has gone to debt reduction where credit period was above the norm. Yes I agree, sensible. My reading of "welcome payment" is a sweetener aside from debt reduction. If that is the case I would question as to whether such a "give away" has commercial benefit when that same money could be treated as prepayment for future deliveries. If suppliers were apprehensive about deliveries being paid for, then a g'tee from DNLM could appease at zero cost to the group. Suppliers have a chance to grow their sales through Worldstores/DNLM so should be embracing DNLM as the new parent, lifting credit concerns, w/o welcome payments. I guess key question for me is "Is welcome payment a debt reduction or sweetener for suppliers."
dr_smith
12/7/2017
09:43
In reply to Dr Smith's comment re "welcome payment to suppliers", this seems very sensible. Clearly Worldstores was paying late (cashflow problems?). Dunelm has settled the bills to keep suppliers onside short term - medium term with a big plc reputation behind them, they will be able to demand & receive good payment terms i.e. 60 days +
woodsman2004
12/7/2017
09:39
Total freefall here!
kendonagasaki
11/7/2017
17:28
Yup-too early. :-(
wetdream
10/7/2017
16:23
Doubtless way too early-but I've hopped on board at 580p. Good fortune to all holders.
cwa1
10/7/2017
10:58
Re TU on Worldstores it says "Exceptional items relating to the acquisition are expected to be around £17m for the financial year of which c£11m represents a cash outflow. This reflects welcome payments to suppliers, acquisition costs, retention payments". "welcome payments to suppliers"???????????????? Do what? Eh? Money to give away? Likes of Tesco controversially asked suppliers to make payments to them,.. why would DNLM want to do opposite and pay suppliers for privelage of buying from them? Am I missing something?
dr_smith
07/7/2017
17:31
Cantor Fitzgerald reiterated its Buy rating on Dunelm Group, saying 2017 is a transitional year for the homewares retailer and it expects to see a return to earnings growth in 2018 and 2019. The broker also kept its price target at 850 pence. Shares were up 4.5% at 624.00p, the best performer in the FTSE 250.
libertine
07/7/2017
14:38
A mixed bag of recommendations so far this year; 12-Apr-17 13:10:00 12-Apr-17 Canaccord Genuity Buy 602.50p - 798.00p 30-Mar-17 12:59:18 30-Mar-17 Barclays Overweight 635.00p - 730.00p 15-Mar-17 11:50:25 15-Mar-17 Citigroup Neutral 634.50p - 640.00p 10-Feb-17 12:49:31 10-Feb-17 Numis Securities Buy 650.00p - 825.00p 09-Feb-17 16:21:35 09-Feb-17 RBC Capital Markets Underperform 617.50p 750.00p 625.00p 09-Feb-17 16:02:12 09-Feb-17 Jefferies Underperform 617.50p - 650.00p 08-Feb-17 16:16:51 08-Feb-17 Canaccord Genuity Buy 623.00p - 820.00p 16-Jan-17 15:59:38 13-Jan-17 12:32:00 numis Add 690.50p - 825.00p 13-Jan-17 16:45:37 13-Jan-17 Canaccord Genuity Buy 698.00p 875.00p 820.00p 13-Jan-17 16:39:10 13-Jan-17 UBS Buy 698.00p 975.00p 950.00p 13-Jan-17 16:19:45 13-Jan-17 Deutsche Hold 698.00p - 865.00p 13-Jan-17 12:38:12 13-Jan-17 Jefferies Underperform 698.00p 700.00p 650.00p 12-Jan-17 17:38:58 12-Jan-17 RBC Capital Markets Underperform 742.00p - 775.00p
waspfactory
07/7/2017
10:01
There's life in the old dog yet
waspfactory
07/7/2017
08:30
The profit forecast is as expected with Stockopaedia .
buffetteer
07/7/2017
08:18
Surprise the share price has bounced, as I also PTP seemed to be below the forecasts on Dig Look. Maybe it was already in the price and the market was expecting worse. I don't hold, but have had £DNLM on the w/list.
imranawan
07/7/2017
07:59
I think that's a bit below forecasts of 112mm according to digital look?
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