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Share Name Share Symbol Market Type Share ISIN Share Description
Mulberry Group Plc LSE:MUL London Ordinary Share GB0006094303 ORD 5P
  Price Change % Change Share Price Bid Price Offer Price High Price Low Price Open Price Shares Traded Last Trade
  17.00 7.23% 252.00 244.00 260.00 260.00 240.00 240.00 6,875 16:35:20
Industry Sector Turnover (m) Profit (m) EPS - Basic PE Ratio Market Cap (m)
General Retailers 166.3 -5.0 -8.2 - 151

Mulberry Share Discussion Threads

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DateSubjectAuthorDiscuss
20/11/2020
16:32
It is better to have the Ong`s running MUL as I guess Mike will soon see a huge return on this investment, as sales return and exceed previous levels over the next two years. Besides, the sales growth MUL will get from the promotion that Frasers will put everything into - there will be string international growth, and Mike might have an eye on other markets as well.
clocktower
20/11/2020
16:13
Mike Ashley's Frasers Group increases stake in Mulberry htTps://www.theguardian.com/business/2020/nov/19/mike-ashley-frasers-group-increases-stake-mulberry-sports-direct-takeover The Guardian article says "Under the panel’s rules Frasers has until 17 December to announce a firm intention to make an offer for the company." The question the Guardian article doesn't address is with a 37% stake in Mulberry can Ashley persuade Mulberry to sell in Frasers. From memory I thought Mulberry moved from selling in Frasers to selling in John Lewis. What sort of price would Ashley offer for Mulberry? How badly in need of cash is the Ong's Hotel and property empire? For what it's worth I think Ashley would only offer a low price the Ong's would not accept. However I'm frequently wrong.
jbfnfn
20/11/2020
11:40
Wow, that's some serious up and down on the price... Next time I'll shut up... ;-( D
dennisbergkamp
20/11/2020
11:01
I thought Dennis Bergkamp was a lot better :-)
ny boy
20/11/2020
09:14
#yourwelcome Not often that my premonition actually works out, but yes it's Cashley. Not a big fan, although Dabizas was my favourite defender ;-) GLA D
dennisbergkamp
20/11/2020
08:12
Unusual to see action here. Thanks for the tip about the website for Christmas presents :-)
sbs
20/11/2020
08:01
I wonder what the Ongs think about all this. In answer to the question at the top of the page I would probably say Mike Ashley. Maybe LVMH might be interested on putting in an offer - a quintessential British brand to rival Burberry.
irenekent
16/11/2020
15:00
Well, well.. Happy with where we are now. I have no idea what is brewing but maybe Cashley has something to push ahead to offer... Possibly when he's sold NCFC... Pure conjecture and I've been wrong many times before IMHO, DYOR D
dennisbergkamp
05/11/2020
18:09
It dropped off and went into auction at the end of play today. Something could be brewing I guess. Hotels outside of the Far East will be haemorrhaging although I don’t know what percentage they have outside Asia. I’ll keep a watch. I’ve a small holding too D
dennisbergkamp
05/11/2020
17:53
Dennis 144 I can't see a reason why the Ongs would sell Mul to Mike Ashley. My understanding is the main listed vehicle controlled by the Ongs is Hotel Properties Limited (H15.SI) quoted in Singapore. As with all hotel businesses worldwide it's not doing too well, but it doesn't look terminal. Recovery from covid 19 in Asia has been much faster than Europe. It would really need a team of forensic accounts to work out how the Ongs are doing globally, but if there was trouble surely some news could be picked up. The Ongs may have enough money to to consider Mul something for Mellisa Ong to play with. It would be great if someone native to Singapore could chip in with a view on the Ongs business situation. It's hard to see how Mul's main shareholder the Ongs and PIs interests could coincide here. The Ongs may not care what the share price is or how little profit is made. I have a small underwater holding here, can't decide whether to topup or get out.
jbfnfn
04/11/2020
16:39
I doubt that Mike would come up with an offer that would be accepted.He is more likely to make a huge profit on this as the stores pick up sales for the company and throw in the good company website, they should have a great Christmas.
clocktower
04/11/2020
16:33
Looks like Mike Cashley is just sub 30% as of yesterday, so who knows... could be in for a t/o to add to his upmarketing strategy following HOF, Flannels, etc D
dennisbergkamp
20/10/2020
14:10
Today shows how little it takes to send the share price northwards. jbfnfn, There was a rumour many years ago that they had Channel Island connections. I have also recently been told that a Singapore resident has purchased a huge amount of new buy to let flats in the Islands, true or not, there clearly is a boom over there in the property market. It might be worth doing some research, if you want to know more, as property sales are often registered through companies to hide the true identity of the buyers. The Islands still keep secret registers though, so it maybe had to find who the beneficial owners are anyway. Some MP`s have been pushing for more openness from these Tax Haven`s. The Paradis Papers started to uncover a lot of what goes on over there but I guess vested interests and corruption put a stop to that.
clocktower
05/10/2020
15:06
Mulberry is controlled by the Ong family (56% of shares?). Christina and Beng Seng Ong, are Singapore based billionaires. They control what happens with Mulberry. Does anyone reading the board know of any good sources of information on the state of the Ong's other business interests? I can see if the Ong's other business interests are under pressure something could happen with Mulberry.
jbfnfn
05/10/2020
10:30
Maybe they could become the acceptable face of Mike Ashley's operations. I don't think they are going to miss Johnny Coca - maybe they should appoint a home-grown creative director if one good enough can be found.
irenekent
05/10/2020
09:26
Having experienced a dramatic rise and fall over the past decade, Mulberry faces an uncertain future that could include cost cuts and lower demand for its products. However, Investor's Champion comments that its brand value and growth opportunities are not fully reflected in its current valuation. They are also impressed with its approach to sustainability.
energeticbacker
21/9/2020
11:57
The end of Tax Free shopping in the UK would I expect cause a big hit to Mulberry. The share might dip further very soon I guess.
clocktower
09/6/2020
17:34
Surprise, surprise,up has gone the sp, is there about to be a bid for the company?
clocktower
08/6/2020
17:53
Well it is not surprising news today but why the share price held up is beyond comprehension. They say they have cash but why no mention of how much? Once they have cut back and we get the figures in August, I can see this back down to 50p It will be a long time before this recovers imo.
clocktower
21/3/2020
11:23
Sad about Johnny Coca leaving however it will leave the way open for more designs aimed at Sports Direct customers.
irenekent
04/2/2020
09:23
Not before time, and it is now so undervalued as a luxury brand.
clocktower
03/2/2020
18:29
In answer to the question in the header it would appear to be Mike Ashley.
irenekent
20/11/2019
17:38
Https://www.retailgazette.co.uk/blog/2019/11/mulberry-open-victoria-leeds-concept-store-run-christmas/
clocktower
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