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Share Name Share Symbol Market Type Share ISIN Share Description
Norman Broadbent Plc LSE:NBB London Ordinary Share GB00B3VF4Y66 ORD 1P
  Price Change % Change Share Price Shares Traded Last Trade
  0.00 0.0% 4.00 0.00 00:00:00
Bid Price Offer Price High Price Low Price Open Price
3.50 4.50 4.00 4.00 4.00
Industry Sector Turnover (m) Profit (m) EPS - Basic PE Ratio Market Cap (m)
Support Services 6.55 -0.57 -1.14 2
Last Trade Time Trade Type Trade Size Trade Price Currency
- O 0 4.00 GBX

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Posted at 28/1/2023 08:20 by Norman Broadbent Daily Update
Norman Broadbent Plc is listed in the Support Services sector of the London Stock Exchange with ticker NBB. The last closing price for Norman Broadbent was 4p.
Norman Broadbent Plc has a 4 week average price of 3.50p and a 12 week average price of 3.50p.
The 1 year high share price is 8.50p while the 1 year low share price is currently 3.50p.
There are currently 60,740,757 shares in issue and the average daily traded volume is 326,186 shares. The market capitalisation of Norman Broadbent Plc is £2,429,630.28.
Posted at 01/11/2022 22:26 by twodegrees
This is hillarious...

Peter Searle, Non-Executive Chairman of the Company, commented :

"The strong values and performance focused leadership shown by Kevin Davidson, the Company's Chief Executive, and his team over the last 12 months has considerably turned around the Company's prospects. The Board and I are very excited to be playing our part in shaping that future.

Why...the share price keeps falling.... and yet they suggest they are doing better.
Mike Brennan was an honest man, with a good policy, the company was on the way to a profit, now what....growth but more expenses in running more offices and a share price that has fallen off a cliff.

If things are so good....why are the directors etc not buying more shares.....

I am probably wrong, but hey, nothing has changed here for years....but I reckon they need more cash and more dilution is on the way.

10 yeasr = A shareholder in a pipe dream....Yes I am a prat...for staying.

Posted at 27/7/2022 07:35 by 1focusrite
Twodegrees, if you have a significant holding I would be using that voice at the table. Looking at the results from the AGM in June NB’s leadership have the vote of confidence from the shareholders. Majority shareholders played a strategy post turnaround to re-turnaround; like the share price since then the business has been in reverse gear.
Posted at 26/7/2022 10:05 by 1focusrite
twodegrees, I don't think you can really benchmark higher vacancies in the jobs market against a firm like NB, they are not a high-street agency. What you can look at is the performance of competitor search and interim firms; many of whom are/have been reporting strong performances. 2022 has been a very strong year so far for most; NB have blown it after all the investment made to turn it around. I was disappointed to see yesterday that they have hired a Head of Marketing; which concerns me greatly as it would appear to be yet another non-fee earning leadership hire/overhead. I feel the reality is that the share price is going to do nothing but the same while NB is plodding along organically. The only way the share price and business is going to go anywhere is through a merger or being acquired; no investor in their right mind would put any more money into NB or extend any further loans as it stands....even Peter has filed this investment in the bottom draw by putting it into his pension.... My guess is that there was once a plan when Peter took it over and pushed the former CEO out; clearly his plan did not work or has not yet. The majority shareholders must be kicking themselves for letting this happen...2022 should have been the year they returned to strong profit.....
Posted at 26/7/2022 09:32 by twodegrees
Higher vacancies in the jobs market, yet share price falls. Too much money being spent on new offices and staff. This company continues to promise better results and yet continues to disappoint. The worry now is do we have a long term seller and how far is this share price going to fall.
Posted at 20/7/2022 11:31 by battlebus2
Not sure what’s happening with these large share trades. Same amount as Peter Searle holds. I wonder has he sold out or bought more 🤔
Posted at 12/7/2022 19:06 by twodegrees
1focusrite, if as you say "Peter Searls plan to bring his team from AirSwift/Ducatus with him has paid off." can you explain why since he has arrived the share price has got lower and lower. Expansion plans are all well and good, but that increases overheads, uses up funds which they have less and less of and ultimately pushes any reasonable profit further down the road.

Happy to hear your views.

Posted at 11/7/2022 10:29 by battlebus2
That’s a favourable update from NBB this morning. New offices to open so maybe we will see some traction on that increase in revenue.
Posted at 25/5/2022 16:56 by battlebus2
WHI view: We have no formal forecasts in the market for NBB; however we see a considerable opportunity for growth, with increasing levels of income connected with the core activities dropping through to the bottom line, while the company has also continued to grow its platform (five new fee earner hires already in the first couple of months of 2022). With an eye to the future, NBB is also looking at the (longer term) full range of growth opportunities, including partnerships and other potential growth drivers in a consolidating market. We note the expectation of positive EBITDA in FY22E and anticipate recommencing formal forecasts for NBB in due course as the business is clearly set on a marked recovery / growth trajectory.
Posted at 25/5/2022 11:06 by 1focusrite
Agreed, terrible results. Lots of finger pointing at the previous exec team; isn't that CFO still part of the current team (noted absence from RNS). Increased cost base, greater losses and worse a performance lower than when NB was slap bang in the middle of the pandemic! I fail to see anything positive about these results; more refocusing, more restructuring... now international expansion - that was disastrous for NB in the past. Get the UK profitable first for gods sake. NB should have had a corker of a year like its competitors instead of now having to take out high-interest risky loans. And 15 very high calibre appointments?;...how much did that cost?????. Making all those expensive hires and then needing to borrow money to pay them..Looks to me like former CEO spent 6 years driving NB from the brink and new Chair and CEO have spent 6 months taking it right back whilst adding additional losses and now ticking time bomb of high-interest pressure debt/loans....... And yet again small trade drive the share price down...
Posted at 23/5/2022 15:48 by twodegrees
This share continues to disappoint, promise after promise have resulted in a lower share price. Recently one buy puts the price up...two buys later with less volume than was bought and oh dear the share price falls again.
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