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 Shares Traded Last Trade
  -13.00 -6.42% 189.50 9,487 16:35:06
Bid Price Offer Price High Price Low Price Open Price
187.00 192.00 210.00 193.00 210.00
Industry Sector Turnover (m) Profit (m) EPS - Basic PE Ratio Market Cap (m)
General Retailers 166.27 -5.01 -8.20 114
Last Trade Time Trade Type Trade Size Trade Price Currency
12:50:42 O 44 187.30 GBX

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21/3/202011:23Who would want Mullberry?135
21/6/201411:36Mulberry onwards and upwards!1
02/12/201315:39*** Mulberry ***75
08/9/200716:31Mulberry - Short the berries off it - FD resigns and sells shares22

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Mulberry Daily Update: Mulberry Group Plc is listed in the General Retailers sector of the London Stock Exchange with ticker MUL. The last closing price for Mulberry was 202.50p.
Mulberry Group Plc has a 4 week average price of 160p and a 12 week average price of 115p.
The 1 year high share price is 320p while the 1 year low share price is currently 115p.
There are currently 60,077,458 shares in issue and the average daily traded volume is 2,488 shares. The market capitalisation of Mulberry Group Plc is £113,846,782.91.
irenekent: Wonder what's behind the departure of Le Frog. Deserting sinking ships springs to mind. Or was he pushed? He has certainly made an impact - you only have to look at the share price. Maybe the floods got to him and the lack of flamboyant social life in darkest Somerset. He was probably behind the designer leaving the company. Quite an achievement all-round!
bobsidian: I think the reality check has been reflected in the share price action for quite some time given the sheer scale of the drop since H1 2012. From a purely technical perspective, and for the little that it may be worth to note it, the share price seems to have been stalled at around the 76.4% Fibonacci retracement level - a retracement of the entire move up from the 2009 low to the 2012 peak. Fundamentally MUL looks to be trading on 25 times 2013/14 earnings. Perhaps this is a rich multiple given the apparent deteriorating earnings visibility and the absence of growth in those earnings. In the current climate it would not be surprising to see the share price marked down further to around 15 times 2013/14 earnings which would probably price the share at around the £4 level. It has been of interest to note the apparent inverse correlation between MUL and a significant number of other retailers. Is conspicuous consumption really at an end ? Does MUL need the marginal consumer to be the aspirational one ? Is it the absence of the marginal consumer that is having an adverse impact on the profitability of MUL ?
r ball: no one judging by share price reaction.
williemanjaro: rebel---watch ya back here------I`ll say no more.... Dont have the full article---but this summing up from yesterdays sunday Times--ha The pause that refreshes? That is what investors in Mulberry are hoping the recent share price fall is signalling, as the company gears up for another expansion drive overseas, opening 20 stores, including flagship outlets in Shanghai and Beijing. Nevertheless, the company will require quite a bit of marketing magic - if not luck - if it wants customers to put its wares in the same camp as Louis Vuitton and Chanel. Warren Buffett famously said: "Never invest in a business you don't understand." "I'm sorry; I just don't understand how you convince anyone to pay £3,000 for a handbag. Pass," says The Sunday Times´ Danny Fortson.
simon cawkwell: Gentlemen, MUL is capitalised at 1,155p at £690m. TNAV is £60m. Profits in 2013? Not sure but, say, £20m and dropping. Tax at 30% takes one back to £14m or a PE of 49. It all depends upon whether one thinks profits are falling. I do. But others may be kinder. Either way, the share price is far far too high. I would have thought 500p would be closer to the mark. Simon Cawkwell
goliard: Was in the Sunday Times. Very positive write up about the company and its future prospects, but didn't address the share price / valuation issue. Expecting very good results this week and talk of profits quadrupling in next few years if expansion continues. My concern for any shorter is that we could see this over £25 on decent results even though it makes no sense!
clocktower: One of the reasons for this sky high sp, I guess relates to the following extract from a RNS: Grants under Co-Ownership Plan On 6 March 2012, Bruno Guillon, Chief Executive of Mulberry, was granted an interest in 200,670 new Ordinary Shares of 5 pence each in the Company under the Company's Co-Ownership Plan. The subscription price of GBP18.895 per new Ordinary Share is split such that Bruno Guillon has paid GBP2.00 per new Ordinary Share and the EBT has paid GBP16.895 per new Ordinary Share. The grant will vest in 3 equal instalments on the second, third and fourth anniversary of the grant subject to the terms of the Co-Ownership Plan. Mr Guillon will own an interest in the new Ordinary Shares from the date of the grant, but will only participate in the value to the extent that the Mulberry share price exceeds GBP23.02 per share following vesting.
goliard: ... and now a share price over £21 and a market cap of £1.2 billion. I bet the directors are as surprised as everyone else. Incredible run this is having and it seems impossible to bet against.
goliard: Directors keep selling their existing holdings and not taking up options in shares and preferring cash. Despite this we still have strong results and back towards a £20 share price. Can this brand really be worth over £1 billion?
trikytree: Well I've been brave and have gone against this long term trend and opened a short. Many people have failed and lost big doing this before now but I think now is the right time. This has just got crazy! Mulberry handbags may drift out of fashion just as quickly as they came in. As soon as people like James start taking their profits this will fall back. It's only a small position to start with so I can comfortably hold if this rise continues and increase my short as necesary. I'm looking forward to common sense returning to this share price!
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