Share Name Share Symbol Market Type Share ISIN Share Description
Dunelm Group Plc LSE:DNLM London Ordinary Share GB00B1CKQ739 ORD 1P
  Price Change % Change Share Price Shares Traded Last Trade
  -40.50 -4.84% 796.50 49,416 10:37:33
Bid Price Offer Price High Price Low Price Open Price
796.00 797.50 829.50 796.00 829.50
Industry Sector Turnover (m) Profit (m) EPS - Basic PE Ratio Market Cap (m)
General Retailers 1,336.20 157.80 63.70 12.5 1,616
Last Trade Time Trade Type Trade Size Trade Price Currency
10:47:58 O 148 797.00 GBX

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Dunelm Daily Update: Dunelm Group Plc is listed in the General Retailers sector of the London Stock Exchange with ticker DNLM. The last closing price for Dunelm was 837p.
Dunelm Group Plc has a 4 week average price of 763p and a 12 week average price of 763p.
The 1 year high share price is 1,538p while the 1 year low share price is currently 763p.
There are currently 202,850,857 shares in issue and the average daily traded volume is 327,268 shares. The market capitalisation of Dunelm Group Plc is £1,615,707,076.01.
cwa1: 13 June 2022 DUNELM GROUP plc NOTIFICATION OF TRANSACTIONS OF DIRECTORS/PERSONS DISCHARGING MANAGERIAL RESPONSIBILITY ("PDMR") AND PERSON CLOSELY ASSOCIATED Dunelm Group plc (the "Company") has been notified of the following dealings by a Person Closely Associated ("PCA") of a PDMR in its ordinary shares of 1p each: Name of PDMR/PCA Date of No of shares Price per Beneficial purchase share holding following dealing Fredrik Taaveniku, PCA of Arja Taaveniku, Non-Executive 10 June Director/PDMR 2022 6,000 GBP8.073 6,000 0.003%
wetdream: My guess is that these are sellers forced to cover losses elsewhere. Mo evidence I’ve come across that DNLM aren’t gaining share from other housefurnishers.
tole: UK growth share has hit a 12-month low. I'd buyThis UK growth share is set for double-digit rises in sales and profits but its share price is tanking. Our writer considers his next move.Christopher Ruane?Published 27 April, 4:29 pm BSTDNLMBusinessman leading a chart upwardsImage source: Getty Images.The past year has been tough for quite a few shares. One hit a 12-month low in today's trading and has lost a third of its value over that period. Yet the company remains in strong growth mode and has an attractive dividend.Here is why I would happily use the price fall as a buying opportunity for my portfolio.Fast-growing retailerThe share in question is DunelmThe company is a homewares retailer that has become a familiar name for many shoppers over the past few years. It has focussed on growing sales in physical stores but also digitally. The digital story has been a fast-growing one, and last year such purchases (including tablet-based sales instore) jumped from 27% to 46% of the company's total sales.That helped revenue grow 26.3% compared to the prior year, reaching £1.3bn. The company also did a good job of translating those sales into profits. Its gross margin increased to 51.6% and pre-tax profit rose 44.6% to £157.8m.Falling Dunelm share priceGiven such apparent strength, why has the Dunelm share price been falling? Is it because shoppers have abandoned Dunelm now that many of them are spending much less time at home than in the past couple of years?That does not seem to be the case at all. This month the company said that total sales for the first nine months of its current financial year were 25% higher than in the same period last year. Dunelm expects pre-tax profits for the full year to be in line with expectations. Those expectations are in the range £195m-£215m. So even if Dunelm delivers at the bottom end of the range, that would still be a 24% jump in annual pre-tax profit.I think the falling price of this UK growth share reflects concerns that high inflation and a worsening economic environment could lead consumers to spend less money on home decoration. That could hurt both sales and profits at Dunelm. Indeed, the company itself noted that "the macro-economic outlook remains highly uncertain and there are significant pressures on UK consumers".Attractive dividendI do think consumer spending could slow down sharply. That may hurt both revenues and profits at Dunelm. But it is a strong operator with a proven business model. Its competitive pricing could mean that belt-tightening by shoppers actually attracts new customers trading down from more expensive retailers.The potential for a bigger business is not the only thing I like about this UK growth share. It also has a dividend yield of 3.6%. On top of that, it has occasionally paid out special dividends. Last year's special dividend of 65p per share is equivalent to around 6.7% of the current Dunelm share price. No dividends are ever guaranteed, but I like the proven cash generative nature of the business model.My move on this UK growth shareI think Dunelm has a compelling growth story, as shown in its recent results.Although a worsening economy could hurt its business, I think that is already factored in to the reduced share price. I would consider adding this UK growth share to my portfolio today.
cwa1: Chunky Director buy from yesterday announced this morning:- I aslo bought yesterday, though managed to pay a little bit less than him fortunately! The recent trading update was pretty decent IMHO-but the share price seems to be in a downwards trend
wetdream: Presumably there’s no price at which the company won’t buy back its own shares. So the share price should rise forever!
km18: ...from last year... Dunelm issued an impressive set of preliminary results for the year to June 2021 and is a BUY. The share price has spiked over 13% higher this morning taking the share price back above its pre-Covid level from 18 months ago. Top line business is growing solidly, the company is profitable both for Speciality Retailers and the market as a whole. Valuation is reasonable, if not outright cheap. Meanwhile the outlook looks pretty encouraging. As CEO Nick Wilkinson commented, "Trading in the first ten weeks of the new financial year has been encouraging, with growth against strong comparatives and continued market outperformance."...from WealthOracleAM
ygor705: I note that share buybacks have started. Should provide a bit of support to what has been a pretty weak period for the share price
gswredland: Dnlm results this Wednesday according to IG Is that correct guys please?
tole: Here's the times update earlier todayOnline growth is a comforting thought for DunelmEmma PowellFriday October 15 2021, 12.01am BST, The TimesYou can see why Dunelm trumpets its growing online sales so loudly, because getting there was a hard slog. To judge by the market plaudits, the protracted and costly integration of the homeware retailer's loss-making Worldstores deal has been forgiven.Lockdowns made the timing of that acquisition, sought by management for the target's more sophisticated online systems, fortuitous. Post-lockdown, the retailer has managed to hang on to the boost given to its website business, which accounted for a third of group sales during its first quarter and pushed the overall figure ahead of analysts' expectations. The deal has been credited with a smoother launch of click-and-collect.Stripping out online sales shows that store revenue was 15 per cent higher in the first quarter than in the same period of 2019. There's likely an element of pent-up spending by people that had built up their savings during the pandemic.A boom in sales over the past 18 months has helped to almost double the FTSE 250 group's shares in the past two years. Priced at about 18 times forecast earnings for this year, Dunelm is more highly valued than peers that are still struggling to take proper advantage of the shift by customers to online. But a descent in its market valuation from an earnings multiple that touched 35 in September last year acknowledges that the easy gains made during the pandemic might not last.Underlying revenue growth is expected to ease - analysts expect a rate of 9.5 per cent this year, falling to between 5 per cent and 6 per cent in 2023 and 2024. Then again, that level of top-line growth trumps what's expected of Marks & Spencer, DFS or even Kingfisher and is more akin to Next, lauded as one of the few high street names to make "omni-channel retail" look like more than industry jargon.What Dunelm can boast is an efficient use of its capital and low rent costs that have come with occupying out-of-town retail parks. That has made the business highly cash-generative - last year cash from its operations was equivalent to 143 per cent of after-tax profits. Resisting the urge to splurge on fancy locations and store fitouts means that pre-tax profits are forecast to rise faster annually than revenue over the next three years.That bodes well for shareholder returns and Dunelm has a habit of paying special dividends. Last year's payment, including a 65p special return, totalled 100p. Higher capital expenditure means that the special payment is expected to be lower this year, with analysts at Berenberg predicting a total dividend of 74p a share. If that's right, it would leave the shares offering a potential dividend yield of 5.7 per cent at the present £12.98 share price, while satisfying a reassuring target dividend coverage ratio of between 1.75 and 2.25 times by earnings.The supply chain problems and cost inflation pressures playing havoc with retail margins are a natural risk, but clogged-up ports and driver shortages haven't hit the group's ranges yet. Stocking less seasonal products means delays to deliveries might sting less than for, say, fashion retailers, which operate by season.What might propel Dunelm's shares further? Sight of it achieving a 2017 target to boost sales to £2 billion might be one. Evidence that it can raise the proportion of online sales is another.The market was nonplussed at Dunelm's forecast-beating first-quarter figures - a high earnings multiple can have that effect - but there's at least more substance to Dunelm's business than some of the puffed-up "pandemic winners".Advice HoldWhy A higher earnings multiple than some other peers is justified by superior cash generation and a better dividend
tole: initiates on 'structural winner' DunelmBerenberg has initiated coverage on Dunelm (DNLM), which the broker says is the standout performer in UK homeware retail, with recent share price weakness offering an 'attractive' entry point.Analyst Thomas Davies initiated coverage with a 'buy' recommendation and target price of £16.20 on the stock. The shares closed down 1.3%, or 17p, at £12.52 on Monday, extending a slide over the last month.'We expect Dunelm to continue its market share consolidation, outperforming the market – with its well-invested omnichannel proposition providing a competitive advantage over its digital peers,' said Davies.The analyst said the stock offered 'one of the [strongest] return on invested capital profiles in European retail' and its cash-generative business 'should support additional capital returns'.'We believe that the recent downturn in the share price has provided an attractive entry point into a structural winner,' he added.
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