Share Name Share Symbol Market Type Share ISIN Share Description
Walker Greenbank Plc LSE:WGB London Ordinary Share GB0003061511 ORD 1P
  Price Change % Change Share Price Shares Traded Last Trade
  0.00 0.0% 45.50 57,612 08:00:00
Bid Price Offer Price High Price Low Price Open Price
44.00 47.00 45.50 45.50 45.50
Industry Sector Turnover (m) Profit (m) EPS - Basic PE Ratio Market Cap (m)
Household Goods & Home Construction 111.45 4.38 5.24 8.7 32
Last Trade Time Trade Type Trade Size Trade Price Currency
16:37:11 O 25,000 44.75 GBX

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Walker Greenbank Daily Update: Walker Greenbank Plc is listed in the Household Goods & Home Construction sector of the London Stock Exchange with ticker WGB. The last closing price for Walker Greenbank was 45.50p.
Walker Greenbank Plc has a 4 week average price of 35p and a 12 week average price of 35p.
The 1 year high share price is 92.50p while the 1 year low share price is currently 25.75p.
There are currently 69,551,678 shares in issue and the average daily traded volume is 523,118 shares. The market capitalisation of Walker Greenbank Plc is £31,646,013.49.
netcurtains: NAV per share 42/43p.... Share price to buy 42/43p.... So we get "intangibles" for FREE. What is "William Morris" as a brand worth (its "intangible") but I would say a dynamic company could use that "Arts and crafts" brand for a million and one things - even "Arts and craft courses and holidays" ..... It has to be worth at least 40p per share (perhaps a lot more)... So what I'm getting at is the TRUE NAV value (the value of the "brand") of WGB has to be well over 80p (possibly a lot more) - "William Morris" is the Rolls Royce brand of the of the arts and craft movement. No bones about it, the brand has to be worth an awful lot of money.. Remember Morris was also tied up with the Pre-Raphaelite_Brotherhood. If you ever do a guided tour round highgate cemetry you not only see Karl Marx but interesting stories about the lives of the pre-raphaelites. The tour features quite heavily in a book I read a few years back... "Her Fearful Symmetry" by Audrey Niffenegger - Https:// the brand could be huge .... money money money - its widely known in USA , EU and SE Asia - its a world famous brand. Its in all the global history books of art.
netcurtains: If WGB was treated the same as CFX (Colefax) then the share price for WGB would be about 85p.....
netcurtains: What makes WGB special - (William Morris but also) WGB NAV per share 42p - share price about 40p COA (coats) NAV per share 2.08 share price about 57p CRPR (Cropper) NAV per share 218p share price about 1150p BRBY (Burbery) NAV per share 259p share price about 1591p WGB stands out as having NAV per share as a percentage MILES lower than average for a quality stock (William Morris)
netcurtains: My point is we've got over those results with a profit and things going OK. We've got a share price (even now) that is below NAV (NAV per share is 42p) and that NAV is probably too low as William Morris is probably worth a lot more than that (eg if company said to Japanese etc 'we're up for sale give us 80p a share' they probably could get that relatively easily). The next results are in six months time (with bad figures in) but by that time Covid (touchwood) will be more or less in the past and we can be looking forward not back - of course if second wave covid in autumn is maga then things will change but the autumn is still a long way away.....Its not often you can get quality below NAV...
trt: Solid results share price will continue to rise.
debsdowner: They can expand the collection as much as they want but luxury wallcovering require decorators to hang the paper and householders will be reluctant to engage decorators for a while yet and that is what the marker thinks looking at the share price.
netcurtains: Anyone know why this has dipped down while the market generally is going up and shops (including John Lewis) have all opened up? Market Cap is now just four times a "normal years" annual profit - so the potential for this share to recover is enormous the share price is currently trading at only half this companies net assets.
debsdowner: Share price falling again, the self employed use considerable amounts of the company wallpaper, they will find work difficult with the virus and I cannot see many householders calling in a decorator while there is a risk of contamination.
salver2: The William Morris archives are worth about the same as the share price - the price has been forced down as the share is fairly illiquid
debsdowner: Well it hasn't done and the more and more stores close and the more and more isolation and the less sales of the company products. Contractors told to stay at home, no one wants a tradesman in their property when they may be infected with coronavirus. I did warn Friday the share price would probably fall today.
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