Share Name Share Symbol Market Type Share ISIN Share Description
Mcbride Plc LSE:MCB London Ordinary Share GB0005746358 ORD 10P
  Price Change % Change Share Price Shares Traded Last Trade
  +1.40p +1.68% 84.90p 197,124 16:35:19
Bid Price Offer Price High Price Low Price Open Price
83.20p 84.80p 86.00p 84.20p 85.90p
Industry Sector Turnover (m) Profit (m) EPS - Basic PE Ratio Market Cap (m)
Household Goods & Home Construction 689.80 26.50 1.90 44.7 155.0

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18/5/201910:45McBride Broker targets>Ј3397
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2019-05-24 15:35:1984.902924.62UT
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2019-05-24 15:34:1785.304,5003,838.55O
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Mcbride Daily Update: Mcbride Plc is listed in the Household Goods & Home Construction sector of the London Stock Exchange with ticker MCB. The last closing price for Mcbride was 83.50p.
Mcbride Plc has a 4 week average price of 83p and a 12 week average price of 83p.
The 1 year high share price is 160.20p while the 1 year low share price is currently 83p.
There are currently 182,569,903 shares in issue and the average daily traded volume is 260,270 shares. The market capitalisation of Mcbride Plc is £155,001,847.65.
escapetohome: Supply and demand of shares is my angle. I dont take into account so much reduction in earnings should equal such and such a reduction in share price . I dont belive in that. That is for public schoolboys, and believers of stories. If there is no demand the market makers will take it to where supply matches demand. Yes even 50p, if theres another warning. Profit warnings come in 3s. I hope youcan see my view, and how i make money. I do not rush in . I wait for my price. I hope you grow a pair. Good luck with your “”investment “” strategy.
firtashia: Share price trying to gather momentum ahead of results next week? Been rangebound since the finals this time last year.
aleman: Not showing on ADVFN (yet) but these are up 0.75p today. THat's not massively significant except that the share price looks to like it's going to have another play with the 25- and 50-day averages sometime soon. Recent support at 80p suggests more chance of breaking them next time.
guernseymoney: The share price is very depressed, it reflects a low or zero growth scenario and margin decline - both of which are unlikely imho.
aleman: Buying for the 3.3p ex-dividend in two weeks seems to be trying to lift the share price above the shorter moving averages. A rise to 88p could see small jump to the 200-day average. There is many times this year that that has not happened but the fundamentals and dividend suggest there could be stronger support at current prices than the higher ones earlier this year.
12:42 That don't impress me much, which is why I went short as soon as the market opened this morning - before it slipped below yesterday's closing price. Why tie up money in this, waiting and waiting for something nice to happen, when there are so very many better stocks to be in. Out of 1952 UK stocks listed on Sharescope, 1293 have performed better than MCB over the last 3 years, 1523 have outperformed it over the past 12 months, 1241 over the past 3 months And that's before today's share price fall. I see nothing in today's statement to suggest they expect any turnaround anytime soon.
simon gordon: Pottsy, It looks like falling input costs are a negative for MCB: FT - 21/3/13 McBride hit by spring cleaning campaign Shares in McBride plunged more than 15 per cent on Thursday after the maker of household products warned that a prolonged spring cleaning promotional campaign in British stores would dent sales and profits. The warning is at odds with the buoyant picture of private label growth painted by UK supermarkets, virtually all of whom singled out their own label products as increasing sales at a rapid clip. However, supermarlkets' growth includes food, whereas McBride is focused on household products and personal care. McBride warned that full-year revenues would be about 3 per cent lower than anticipated due to weaker consumer demand in western Europe and a "very recent, unusually strong and prolonged" period of promotions from branded manufacturers. It is understood that Procter & Gamble has been especially aggressive – prompting consumers, faced with similarly-priced own label and branded washing up liquids and detergents, to buy the branded version. This is a particular blow for McBride, which has high operational gearing thanks to heavy fixed costs. Analysts were quick to downgrade their forecasts for this year and next. Panmure Gordon calculates that a 3 per cent reduction in sales, or £24m, reduces operating profits by 17 per cent to an estimated £26m this financial year. It forecasts earnings per share falling 20 per cent this year and 16 per cent next year – explaining the big slide in the share price. Damian McNeela, analyst at Panmure Gordon, said branded manufacturers were benefiting from easier input inflation this year, and using that cushion to claw back market share from private labels, sacrificing margin in the process. "In 2010 all branded players were very aggressive, so this may indicate a return to those levels," he said. "Input inflation is easier, so they have got a little more margin to play with." In its trading update on Thursday, McBride said revenue on a constant currency basis for the year to March 20 was 6 per cent lower than the prior year. It said "decisive action" was being taken to accelerate existing cost reduction plans.
leopold555: 24th June "KBC Peel Hunt analyst Charles Hall, raising his share price target to 175 pence from 150 pence and keeping a "buy" rating on the stock." Still a BUY and I think this could now be rerated
last-in: Dont know for sure but worth keeping in mind that 1) Companies that had a significant exposure to Parmalat have already declared it 2) Parmalat mainly involved with food production, McBride is household goods and personal healthcare. You can bet that if there is an exposure, the share price will fall because it has not been declared. Don't see it myself, following the recent pull back from the highs this could be a good buying opportunity. Bought a few yesterday and will top up again shortly (I am fully invested at the moment).
red army: IMHO it is still undervalued and deserves a higher share price on the back of this performance. I am waiting for the results before buying any more just in case there is a "yes,but" in the reporting statement - not long now.
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