Share Name Share Symbol Market Type Share ISIN Share Description
Walker Greenbank LSE:WGB London Ordinary Share GB0003061511 ORD 1P
  Price Change % Change Share Price Bid Price Offer Price High Price Low Price Open Price Shares Traded Last Trade
  +1.50p +0.71% 214.00p 211.00p 217.00p 214.00p 214.00p 214.00p 38,114.00 08:00:00
Industry Sector Turnover (m) Profit (m) EPS - Basic PE Ratio Market Cap (m)
Household Goods & Home Construction 92.4 7.0 8.6 25.0 148.84

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DateSubjectAuthorDiscuss
26/4/2017
13:23
Nice increase in the dividend too !
trt
26/4/2017
10:42
Vely Vely NICE Enjoy the fat divi.
hvs
26/4/2017
09:05
Fantastic results but little share price movement so far today.
hotfinance14
21/4/2017
09:24
Results on Wednesday
trt
20/4/2017
07:39
Walker Greenbank PLC Interim Insurance PaymentSource: UK Regulatory (RNS & others)TIDMWGBRNS Number : 7858CWalker Greenbank PLC20 April 2017 For immediate release 20 April 2017 WALKER GREENBANK PLC("Walker Greenbank" or the "Company")Interim Insurance PaymentWalker Greenbank PLC (AIM: WGB), the luxury interior furnishings group, announces that it has received a further interim insurance payment of GBP1.5 million following the flood in December 2015 at Standfast & Barracks, the Company's fabric printing factory in Lancaster.In total, GBP16.9 million of flood-related insurance payments have now been received by the Company in respect of damage to business assets and loss of profits.With the factory having been back in full production for some time and the Company's Milton Keynes warehouse being fully stocked with printed textiles, the Company will be seeking to negotiate a final settlement of the insurance claim with its insurers. It is expected that a settlement will be agreed during the first half of the current financial year.
trt
30/3/2017
09:19
Walker Greenbank PLC Notification of Preliminary ResultsSource: UK Regulatory (RNS & others)TIDMWGBRNS Number : 9517AWalker Greenbank PLC30 March 2017 For immediate release 30 March 2017 WALKER GREENBANK PLC("Walker Greenbank" or "the Company")Notification of Preliminary ResultsWalker Greenbank PLC (AIM: WGB), the luxury interior furnishings group, will announce its results for the year ended 31 January 2017 on Wednesday 26 April 2017.A meeting for analysts will be held at 11.00am on the day of the results announcement at the offices of Buchanan, 107 Cheapside, London EC2V 6DN.For further information, please contact Buchanan on 020 7466 5000.For further information:
trt
28/3/2017
10:00
Daisy..you going to top up ?
hotfinance14
28/3/2017
07:18
Walker Greenbank PLC Pop-Up Shops in John LewisSource: RNS Non-RegulatoryTIDMWGBWalker Greenbank PLC28 March 2017 For immediate release 28 March 2017 RNS REACHWALKER GREENBANK PLC("Walker Greenbank" or the "Company")Pop-Up Shops in John LewisWalker Greenbank PLC (AIM: WGB), the luxury interior furnishings group, announces that the retailer John Lewis yesterday launched two pop-up shops in its flagship Oxford Street store in London to showcase products from the Company's Scion, Harlequin and Morris & Co brands.Each pop-up features wallpaper and textile collections from each of the brands along with a diverse range of licensed products such as bedding, towelling, tableware, cushions, rugs and gifting. It marks the first time that the brands' products have been displayed together at John Lewis - usually they are displayed in the store's respective departments.The products on display include newly launched ranges alongside some of the brands' best-selling product lines. Highlights of the new collections include Noukku from Scion, Anthozoa from Harlequin and Morris & Co's Pure Morris.A series of events for customers are planned at the pop-ups including a design demonstration by one of Harlequin's designers, live wallpaper-hanging sessions and a Morris & Co upholstery demonstration.The Scion and Harlequin pop-up will be at John Lewis's Oxford Street store until 15 April 2017 and the Morris & Co pop-up until 29 April 2017.John Sach, Walker Greenbank's Chief Executive, commented: "We're delighted that John Lewis is showcasing our Scion, Harlequin and Morris & Co brands in its flagship store on Oxford Street. We're particularly excited by the way that our core wallpapers and textiles are being displayed alongside an extensive range of related licensed products through the shop-within-a-shop concept. We look forward to working with John Lewis to welcome customers to the pop-ups and to introduce them to our brands."
trt
15/3/2017
15:44
He doesn't like New Zealand that much.
hotfinance14
15/3/2017
15:27
If you bought some BBOX instead you could have 3 trips to New Zealand.
alter ego
15/3/2017
12:37
Have already but probably will again. Because the dividends pay for the annual trip to New Zealand every year.
trt
15/3/2017
12:26
Will you be topping up ?
hotfinance14
15/3/2017
11:21
Share price should push up to £2.30ish as we head towards the results.
trt
14/3/2017
10:22
Looking good !!
trt
17/2/2017
13:16
Always worth topping up on the dips
trt
07/2/2017
07:34
Walker Greenbank PLC Full Year Trading UpdateSource: UK Regulatory (RNS & others)TIDMWGBRNS Number : 1651WWalker Greenbank PLC07 February 2017 For immediate release 7 February 2017 WALKER GREENBANK PLC("Walker Greenbank" or the "Company")Full Year Trading UpdateWalker Greenbank PLC (AIM: WGB), the luxury interior furnishings group, announces a trading update for the year ended 31 January 2017.The results for the year are expected to be in line with the Board's expectations and will include a first-time contribution from Clarke & Clarke, which was acquired by the Company at the end of October 2016. The Board is pleased with progress at Clarke & Clarke, which continues to perform in line with Board expectations.In addition to the profit contribution from Clarke & Clarke, profit before tax will include received and anticipated insurance payments relating to the flood in December 2015 at Standfast & Barracks, the Company's fabric-printing business. During the year, the Company received a total of GBP15.3 million in insurance payments relating to the flood for damage to assets and loss of profits.Group sales for the year, which reflect the impact of the flood, are expected to be GBP92.4 million (2016: GBP87.8 million), including sales of GBP7.3 million from the first 18 weeks of ownership of Clarke & Clarke.Brand sales excluding Clarke & Clarke were up 1.5% in reportable currency (down 2.2% in constant currency) compared with the previous year and were adversely impacted by the flood. In the UK, brand sales were down 4.1%. US brand sales were up 8.3% in reportable currency (down 5.2% in constant currency); Western Europe brand sales were up 22.4% in reportable currency (up 7.9% in constant currency); and Rest of the World brand sales were up 3.2% in reportable currency (up 0.3% in constant currency).The Company's manufacturing performance was affected by the flood for much of the year although the impact was mitigated by the insurance payments outlined above. As previously announced, Standfast & Barracks is back in full production and the Company's Milton Keynes warehouse is fully stocked with the Company's printed textiles. The construction of flood defences to protect the Standfast & Barracks factory was recently completed.Walker Greenbank intends to announce its results for the year ended 31 January 2017 on 26 April 2017.
trt
23/1/2017
11:15
Source: UK Regulatory (RNS & others)TIDMWGBRNS Number : 7803UWalker Greenbank PLC23 January 2017 For immediate release 23 January 2017 WALKER GREENBANK PLC("Walker Greenbank" or the "Company")Interim Insurance PaymentWalker Greenbank PLC (AIM: WGB), the luxury interior furnishings group, announces that it has received a further interim insurance payment of GBP1.0 million following the flood in December 2015 at Standfast & Barracks, the Company's fabric printing factory in Lancaster.This latest payment adds to the flood-related insurance payments, in respect of damage to business assets and loss of profits, already received by the Company of GBP14.3 million. The Company expects to receive further insurance payments in due course.The construction of flood defences to protect the Standfast & Barracks factory has recently been completed. Full production was restored at the factory last year and the restocking of printed fabrics at the Company's Milton Keynes warehouse is now complete.
trt
20/1/2017
16:57
Have they really recovered from the late 2015 flood damage I wonder ?
par555
20/1/2017
14:57
And that must be why you have over 1 million shares ol boy.
hotfinance14
20/1/2017
14:05
Strong rise now - that's why I buy on the dips always !
trt
12/1/2017
15:52
Your one of a kind Daisy.
hotfinance14
12/1/2017
15:51
Grabbed a few more at £1.98
trt
12/1/2017
13:01
No, but buying the dips has paid off handsomely over the years
trt
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