BRBY.L - Burberry Group plc

LSE - LSE Delayed price. Currency in GBp
1,619.00
-166.00 (-9.30%)
At close: 4:35PM GMT
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Previous close1,785.00
Open1,695.50
Bid1,600.00 x 123800
Ask1,712.00 x 230600
Day's range1,618.00 - 1,711.50
52-week range1,543.00 - 2,024.00
Volume5,407,630
Avg. volume1,950,970
Market cap6.807B
Beta0.88
PE ratio (TTM)23.00
EPS (TTM)70.40
Earnings date7 Nov 2016 - 14 Nov 2016
Forward dividend & yield0.51 (2.20%)
Ex-dividend date2017-07-06
1y target est1,753.35
  • MarketWatch13 hours ago

    European stocks close with losses, weighed down by dives for Burberry, Skanska

    European stocks fall Wednesday as investors wrestle with a slate of corporate financial updates, including a disappointing sales report from fashion house Burberry and a warning of a restructuring charge ...

  • Reuters13 hours ago

    European shares dip as UK trading updates disappoint

    Weak trading updates in Britain and dealmaking activity drove some big share price moves in Europe on Wednesday as the broader market weakened after a strong start to the year. Luxury fashion brand Burberry (BRBY.L) and educational publishing company Pearson (PSON.L) were among the top fallers after disappointing trading updates. Britain's FTSE (.FTSE) fell by 0.4 percent.

  • Reuters - UK Focus13 hours ago

    European shares dip as UK trading updates disappoint

    Luxury fashion brand Burberry and educational publishing company Pearson were among the top fallers after disappointing trading updates. Britain's Informa dropped 5.7 percent after it made a paper and cash offer to buy UK events organiser UBM, which shot up 12 percent.

  • Reuters13 hours ago

    FTSE edges down, Interserve wobbles in post-Carillion scare

    UK shares edged down on Wednesday as a flurry of corporate news triggered sharp moves, including for contractor Interserve after the Financial Times reported the British government was monitoring it following the collapse of competitor Carillion. The blue chip FTSE 100 index ended the session 0.4 percent lower at 7,725.43 points, underperforming the broader European market. Within small market capitalisations, Interserve saw its shares tumble around 15 percent at the open then gradually recoup most of its losses, closing 0.4 percent lower.

  • MarketWatch13 hours ago

    FTSE 100 ends lower for third straight day as Burberry, Pearson drop sharply

    U.K. stocks close lower Wednesday, with a slide in shares of fashion house Burberry Group PLC and publisher Pearson PLC leading the blue-chip market to its third consecutive drop.

  • Reuters - UK Focus13 hours ago

    Britain's FTSE edges down, Interserve wobbles in post-Carillion scare

    UK shares edged down on Wednesday as a flurry of corporate news triggered sharp moves, including for contractor Interserve after the Financial Times reported the British government was monitoring it following ...

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  • Reuters - UK Focus14 hours ago

    GLOBAL MARKETS-World shares advance but U.S. banking shares lag

    World shares inched higher on Wednesday, with Wall Street advancing as technology shares rebounded from declines in the prior session, while commodity prices were muted for a second straight session. In ...

  • Reuters - UK Focus18 hours ago

    GLOBAL MARKETS-World shares pull back from record highs, set for second fall of 2018

    World shares pulled back from record highs on Wednesday, set for only their second day of losses in 2018 as lower commodity prices and a string of downbeat updates from companies dampened the mood in global markets. European bourses opened lower, mirroring moves in Asia and Wall Street overnight, as earnings updates from companies weighed.

  • Reuters20 hours ago

    Burberry sales slip in Christmas quarter

    British luxury brand Burberry (BRBY.L) reported a 2 percent drop in retail revenue for the Christmas quarter after sales in Europe slipped against a year ago when a fall in the pound had helped its home market. Chief Executive Marco Gobbetti set out a plan in November to take the label further up-market, but the company said there would be little, if any, growth in revenue and operating profit until its 2021 financial year as the programme was implemented. Shares in Burberry, up 9 percent over the last year, were down 4.7 percent at 0815 GMT after the trading update.

  • Burberry's Lost in a Fashion Wilderness
    Bloomberg20 hours ago

    Burberry's Lost in a Fashion Wilderness

    It really needs a top creative director to turn things around.

  • Reuters - UK Focus21 hours ago

    BUZZ-Burberry: falls as quarterly sales disappoint

    ** Burberry falls 6.1 pct after it reported a 2 pct decline in retail revenue in Q3 ** EMEA sales declined by a "low single digit percentage", helped by Asia which rose by a similar amount ** ...

  • Reuters - UK Focus21 hours ago

    Burberry sales slip in Christmas quarter

    British luxury brand Burberry reported a 2 percent drop in retail revenue for the Christmas quarter after sales in Europe slipped against a year ago when a fall in the pound had helped its home market. Chief Executive Marco Gobbetti set out a plan in November to take the label further up-market, but the company said there would be little, if any, growth in revenue and operating profit until its 2021 financial year as the programme was implemented. Shares (Berlin: DI6.BE - news) in Burberry, up 9 percent over the last year, were down 4.7 percent at 0815 GMT after the trading update.

  • Reuters - UK Focus21 hours ago

    European shares pull back as trading updates disappoint

    Earnings updates and dealmaking activity drove the biggest share price moves in Europe on Wednesday as the broader market followed U.S. stocks lower following a strong start of the year. Britain's Informa ...

  • Reuters - UK Focus22 hours ago

    Burberry Q3 sales slip 2 pct as it starts up-market move

    British luxury brand Burberry reported a 2 percent drop in revenue for the three months to end-December after sales in Europe slipped against a year ago, when a fall in the pound helped it perform well in its home market. Chief Executive Marco Gobbetti set out a plan in November to take the label further up-market, but it said there would be little, if any, growth in revenue and operating profit until its 2021 financial year as it implements the plan. Comparable store sales rose 2 percent, it said.

  • Burberry's Weak Holidays Highlight Lack of Creative Direction
    Bloomberg23 hours ago

    Burberry's Weak Holidays Highlight Lack of Creative Direction

    Burberry Group Plc warned that Chief Executive Officer Marco Gobbetti’s plan for a high-fashion facelift will take time after weak holiday sales underlined a gap in the company’s creative leadership.

  • Reutersyesterday

    China luxury sales rebound as millennials snap up cosmetics, handbags -report

    China's luxury goods market is back in fashion. Domestic sales of Gucci handbags to Chanel cosmetics, sluggish in China for years, rose at the fastest pace in over half a decade last year and are poised to consolidate the gains in 2018, according to consultancy Bain & Co. Sales of luxury goods in China hit 142 billion yuan ($22.07 billion) last year, up around 20 percent from the year before, Bain & Co said in a report on Wednesday.

  • Reuters9 days ago

    Saint Laurent ventures online in China as luxury portals take off

    PARIS (Reuters) - French fashion label Saint Laurent, part of Kering, will start selling online in China through a JD.com portal, joining shopping players like Alibaba in trying to tap strong luxury goods ...

  • Reuters - UK Focus10 days ago

    Saint Laurent ventures online in China as luxury portals take off

    French fashion label Saint Laurent, part of Kering, will start selling online in China through a JD.com portal, joining shopping players like Alibaba in trying to tap strong luxury goods demand from Chinese ...

  • Reuters - UK Focus13 days ago

    Big designers step off London men's catwalk amid digital disruption

    Models will strut their stuff on catwalks when London's menswear fashion week gets under way on Saturday (Shenzhen: 002291.SZ - news) , but absent will be some big industry names who have chosen to skip the event, or make digital presentations in place of runway shows. The event will see around 50 traditional catwalk shows over three days, with the remainder of the 80 designers on the bill showcasing their wares through a variety of other events, including digitally. The transition to new methods of connecting with buyers has cost the event some of its biggest catwalk names.

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  • Reuters26 days ago

    LVMH's Celine creator Phoebe Philo to leave company - source

    Phoebe Philo, artistic director of LVMH's (LVMH.PA) Celine label will leave the high-end ready-to-wear brand in January, the company said on Friday. "Working for Celine has been an amazing experience for me over the past ten years," Philo said in a statement. The British designer has decided to take a break, believing that she had accomplished her mission to revamp Celine, and will not join another firm in the immediate future, a source close to the matter had told Reuters earlier.

  • Reuters - UK Focus26 days ago

    LVMH's Celine creator Phoebe Philo to leave company - source

    PARIS, Dec (Shanghai: 600875.SS - news) 22 (Reuters) - Phoebe Philo, artistic director of LVMH's Celine label will leave the high-end ready-to-wear brand in January, the company said on Friday. "Working for Celine has been an amazing experience for me over the past ten years," Philo said in a statement. The British designer has decided to take a break, believing that she had accomplished her mission to revamp Celine, and will not join another firm in the immediate future, a source close to the matter had told Reuters earlier.

  • Reuterslast month

    Over 20 percent of UK companies faced shareholder revolt - pay study

    More than a fifth of Britain's biggest companies have been named on a register ordered by Prime Minister Theresa May to highlight shareholder concern at "fat cat" pay, including WPP (WPP.L), Sky (SKYB.L), Burberry (BRBY.L) and AstraZeneca (AZN.L). The list, compiled by the Investment Association, is part of a package of corporate governance reforms set out in August that May said would tackle the "unacceptable face of capitalism", such as pay rises for bosses that far outstripped company performance. The data published on Tuesday shows that 22 percent of companies listed on the FTSE All Share index had at least one resolution that received more than 20 percent opposition at shareholder meetings, or was withdrawn, the Association said.

  • Reuters - UK Focuslast month

    Over 20 percent of UK companies faced shareholder revolt - pay study

    LONDON, Dec (Shanghai: 600875.SS - news) 19 (Reuters) - More than a fifth of Britain's biggest companies have been named on a register ordered by Prime Minister Theresa May to highlight shareholder concern at "fat cat" pay, including WPP (Frankfurt: A1J2BZ - news) , Sky (Frankfurt: 893517 - news) , Burberry and AstraZeneca (NYSE: AZN - news) . The list, compiled by the Investment Association, is part of a package of corporate governance reforms set out in August that May said would tackle the "unacceptable face of capitalism", such as pay rises for bosses that far outstripped company performance. The data published on Tuesday shows that 22 percent of companies listed on the FTSE All Share index had at least one resolution that received more than 20 percent opposition at shareholder meetings, or was withdrawn, the Association said.

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