Burberry Group

BRBY: 1,478.93 0.00 (0.00%)

Delayed:2016-12-09 18:15:00
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Burberry Group Share Price Information

Name Burberry Group Epic BRBY
Sector Personal Goods ISIN GB0031743007
Activites Burberry is a distinctive luxury brand with international recognition and broad appeal. It designs, sources, manufactures and distributes high-quality apparel and accessories. Security Type Equity

Key numbers

Latest Share Price (p) 0.00 Net Gearing (%) -0.80
Market Cap (£m) 6,519.81 Gross Gearing (%) 29.96
Shares in issue (m) 440.53 Debt Ratio 8.70
P/E Ratio 21.14 Debt-to-Equity Ratio 0.22
Divs per share (p) 37.00 Assets / Equity Ratio 1.43
Dividend Yield (%) 2.52 Price to book value 4.02
Dividend Cover 2.32 SROCE (%) 23.41
Earning per share (p) 70.00 EPS Growth (%) -8.38
52-week high / low (p) 1,588.00 / 1,039.00 DPS Growth (%) 5.11

Burberry Group Broker Views

Date Broker Rec. Price Old target price New target price Notes
02 Dec Exane BNP Paribas Neutral 1,478.93 1490.00 1490.00 Reiterates
11 Nov Haitong Securities Neutral 1,478.93 1415.00 1415.00 Reiterates
10 Nov Societe Generale Hold 1,478.93 1505.00 1505.00 Retains
10 Nov JP Morgan Cazenove Neutral 1,478.93 1450.00 1450.00 Reiterates
10 Nov Beaufort Securities Hold 1,478.93 Reiterates

Burberry Group Director Deals

Date Director Type Volume / Price Trade Value
11 Nov 2016 Carolyn McCall Buy 1368 @ 1449.47p £19,828.75
08 Sep 2016 Carol Fairweather Sell 33981 @ 1312.61p £446,038.00
25 Aug 2016 Christoper Bailey Sell 18750 @ 1352.00p £253,500.00
09 Aug 2016 Carolyn McCall Dividend Reinvestment Plan 23 @ 1316.70p £302.84
09 Aug 2016 Ian Carter Dividend Reinvestment Plan 723 @ 1316.70p £9,519.74
09 Aug 2016 Christoper Bailey Dividend Reinvestment Plan 11317 @ 1316.70p £149,011.28

Burberry Group Company News

Director Deals – Burberry Group PLC (BRBY)

Carolyn McCall, Non Executive Director, bought 1,368 shares in the company on the 10th November 2016 at a price of 1449.47p. The Director now holds 2,518 shares representing 0.00% of the shares in issue.

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FTSE remains volatile after Trump victory

In a big political shock, Donald Trump won the US presidency, making the blue chip index very volatile.

The index was last 0.8% higher at 6,901 although it has not remained in positive territory throughout the day.

The dollar weakened against the pound to $1.24.

West Texas Intermediate (WTI) crude oil advanced 1% to $45.45 and Brent crude oil was 0.8% higher at $46.43 per barrel, respectively.

Gold experienced its biggest rally since the Brexit vote and reached 5% after a shift in the lead from Clinton to Trump. Gold traded at a more modest 1% gain to $1,286 per ounce.

Copper jumped 3% to $5,400 per tonne.

The Office for National Statistics revealed that the total trade deficit for goods and series narrowed by £1.6bn to £11bn in the third quarter this year.


Gold miner Centamin (CEY) gained 6.3% and Hikma Pharmaceuticals (HIK) rose 6% to £17.64.


Investors were unimpressed by Sainsbury’s (SBRY) latest results after it reported underlying pre-tax profit for the first half down 10.1% year-on-year. The company said it will seek £500m worth of cost savings as it warns of cost inflation. The supermarket traded 6.6% lower at 238.7p.

Shares in credit agency Experian (EXPN) declined 3.3% to £14.67 despite delivering organic revenue growth of 5%, in line with management’s targeted range.

The market was disappointed with luxury outfit Burberry (BRBY) following a 4% fall in pre-tax profit on ebbing demand in key markets such as Hong Kong, although the drop was roughly in line with expectations.

Utility SSE (SSE) failed to spark interest despite in line results and a dividend hike of 1.9%.


Mosman Oil and Gas (MSMN) entered an agreement with a subsidiary of Cue Energy Resources to acquire an 80% interest in the Pine Mills producing oil field in Texas, US together with the acquisition of Buccaneer Operating. Shares soared 244% to 2.15p.

European regional airline Flybe (FLYB) flew 13% higher on its half year results, which revealed that lower fuel costs helped to offset weaker yields and reduced the total cost per seat by nearly 6%.

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FTSE down as Trump wins US presidency; gold flies

London stocks opened moderately lower as Donald Trump became US President-elect, sending safe-haven gold higher and a nervous pulse through a market that had generally expected Hillary Clinton to win.

As Trump won the presidency, his Republican party cinched the US Senate and the US house. The win is already being penned as the ‘US Brexit,’ a less-than-subtle nod at UK’s non-binding vote to quit the EU back in June.

Soon after the open, FTSE 100 was down 52.95 points, or 0.77%, to 6790.18, while FTSE 250 fell 86.19, or 0.49%, to 17,361.6. At 8.34am, WTI crude was down 1.18% to $44.45 a barrel, while Brent ebbed 1.09% to $45.54/bbl. Gold surged 1.96% on its safe-haven appeal to $1299.5/oz.

The dollar-spot index was down 0.67% to $97.210.

Experian (EXPN) headed up a lengthy list of blue-chip losers with its slide of 4.35% to 1451p as it booked a statutory H1 pretax profits up 14% to $520m, with revenues virtualy flat.

Sainsburys (SBRY), down 3.91% to 245.5p, hiked its H1 statutory pretax profit 9.7% to £372m, from £339m. Interim dividend was 3.6p a share, from 4.0p. “The market remains competitive and pricing pressures continue to impact margins,” the company said.

Tail-gating was gargantuan grocer Tesco (TSCO), off 3.27% to 194.63p, with more behind. Burberry (BRBY) slid 2.09% to 1450p as its H1 profits slumped and it implemented a turnaround plan to slash costs and revamp its product range. In the financial sphere, insurers and banks all suffered. Prudential (PRU) lost 2.7% to 1316.5p, HSBC (HSBA) fell 2.66% to 603.5p.

Overall, about 83 blue chips retreated, with roughly 64 flopping by more than 1%. Among their number were investment specialists, house builders, utilities, leisure and oil majors, among multiple other sectors. SSE (SSE), down 1.33% to 1556p, saw its adjusted pretax profit decline, but hiked its interim dividend.

To the upside, miners were flavour of the day. Gold specialists Fresnillo (FRES), up 8.94% to 1743p, and Randgold (RRS), up 4.94% to 7110p, benefited as the price of gold rose. Several pharmas made heady gains, too.

Rio Tinto (RIO), up 0.51% to 2886.75p, contacts regulatory authorities in the US and UK over the discovery of contractual payments totalling $10.5m to a consultant providing “advisory services” on the Simandou project in Guinea.


Flybe (FLYB), down 8.91% to 31.88p, has posted adjusted pre-tax profits of £15.9m for the six months to the end of September – down from £21.1m last time – but says it has completed the transformation programme which began three years ago.

Lansdowne Oil & Gas (LOGP), down 4.65% to 1.03p, said it was disappointed the Supreme Court has refused to allow Providence Resources’ (PVR) application to appeal the Court of Appeal decision handed down on 13 April which pertains to prior litigation between Providence and Transocean Drilling UK, a subsidiary of Transocean Ltd.

Karelian Diamond Resources (KDR), up 4.55% to 0.58p, has confirmed a new kimberlite boulder discovery 2.5km south-west of the Lahtojoki diamond deposit with a further six kimberlite boulders found 500m from the first discovery.

Clipper Logistics (CLG), down 3.69% to 326.5p, said H1 trading is in line with the board’s expectations, with growth in revenue, operating profit and net earnings. Esure Group (ESUR), down 1.05% to 188p, reports continued strong growth in the nine months to the end of September and says it remains on track for the full year.

Horizon Discovery (HZD), down 1.91% to 128.5p, has entered into an original equipment manufacturer (OEM) agreement with CareDx, a molecular diagnostics company focused on the discovery, development and commercialisation of clinically differentiated, high-value, diagnostic surveillance solutions for transplant patients.

Taptica (TAP), up 1.69% to 150p, said, based on current run rate, that it expects adjusted EBITDA for FY 2016 to be significantly higher than market expectations at about $22.5m, up more than 200% on the year. It also expected to report FY 2016 revenues ahead of market expectations at about $120m, up 55% on the year.

Wizz Air (WIZZ), down 1.04% to 1563.5p, has posted a record H1 profit of €262.5m, up 37.5% from €190.9m. Revenue was €921.2m, up 10.1% from €836.4m. During the half it carried 12.5m passengers, up 17.4% from 10.65m.

Other stocks in the news included Stellar Diamonds (STEL), Synthomer (SYNT), Scisys (SSY), Gulfsands Petroleum (GPX), The Renewables Infrastructure Group (TRIG), ECR Minerals (ECR) and Arrow Global (ARW).

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Broker Forecast – Credit Suisse issues a broker note on Burberry Group PLC

Credit Suisse today reaffirms its underperform investment rating on Burberry Group PLC (LON:BRBY) and raised its price target to 1300p (from 1150p).

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Broker Forecast – Bryan Garnier issues a broker note on Burberry Group PLC

Bryan Garnier today reaffirms its neutral investment rating on Burberry Group PLC (LON:BRBY) and raised its price target to 1350p (from 1260p).

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