DNLM.L - Dunelm Group plc

LSE - LSE Delayed price. Currency in GBp
517.00
+12.00 (+2.38%)
At close: 4:35PM BST
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Previous close505.00
Open502.50
Bid0.00 x 10300
Ask665.00 x 71100
Day's range498.60 - 521.50
52-week range460.60 - 760.00
Volume421,493
Avg. volume567,404
Market cap1.044B
Beta0.64
PE ratio (TTM)14.16
EPS (TTM)36.50
Earnings date12 Sep 2018
Forward dividend & yield0.27 (5.35%)
Ex-dividend date2018-03-22
1y target est565.77
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  • DFS, Dunelm warn on profit as consumer mood darkens
    Reuters9 days ago

    DFS, Dunelm warn on profit as consumer mood darkens

    Dunelm's results were propped up by a 42 percent rise in online sales, but the home furnishings group said an 8.9 million pound charge and 8.5 million pounds trading loss related to the website businesses it bought two years ago would drag profit down below expectations. Dunelm has been investing heavily in its online business as it struggles to stay competitive in the face of weakening customer numbers at the more than 170 stores it operates.

  • Reuters - UK Focus9 days ago

    DFS, Dunelm warn on profit as consumer mood darkens

    British furniture retailers Dunelm and DFS provided more signs of a darkening consumer mood on Thursday, a summer heatwave and operational issues adding to headaches as both warned on full-year earnings. Sofa specialist DFS said orders had been significantly lower due to exceptionally hot weather and added that it expected tough market conditions would prevail for the next 12 months. Dunelm's results were propped up by a 42 percent rise in online sales, but the home furnishings group said an 8.9 million pound charge and 8.5 million pounds trading loss related to the website businesses it bought two years ago would drag profit down below expectations.

  • Reuters - UK Focus9 days ago

    Dunelm warns on profit as online costs weigh

    Shares (Berlin: DI6.BE - news) in Dunelm hit a six-year low on Thursday after it forecast full year pre-tax profit below expectations due to losses related to its purchase and integration of online furniture site Worldstores two years ago. The company said 2018 pre-tax profit should come in at 102 million pounds ($134.73 million), below a company compiled estimate of 106.6 million pounds. Dunelm, which sells curtains, beds and other home furnishings at more than 170 UK stores, said it would take an exceptional charge related to Worldstores' integration of 8.9 million pounds in its full-year results.

  • Reuters - UK Focus9 days ago

    Dunelm's comparable revenue growth nearly flat, online sales jump

    British homeware retailer Dunelm reported on Thursday nearly flat like-for-like revenue growth in the fourth quarter, as 42 percent growth in online sales offset the impact of fewer customers visiting ...

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  • Reuters2 months ago

    Shares plunge in UK homewares retailer Dunelm after profit warning

    The bedding and kitchen equipment retailer said weaker footfall had dragged comparable-store sales in its fourth quarter down 4.7 percent so far. A 43.7 percent rise in online sales propped up the group's overall sales but they were still up just 0.1 percent in the fourth quarter to date, Dunelm said in a surprise trading update. The warning from Dunelm adds to gloom in the UK home furnishings and improvement market as Britons cut back on non-essential spending amid rising inflation.

  • Reuters - UK Focus2 months ago

    Shares plunge in UK homewares retailer Dunelm after profit warning

    British furniture and kitchen equipment retailer Dunelm Group (LSE: DNLM.L - news) said on Friday annual profit would be "moderately" below last year's following a contraction in its comparable store sales for the latest quarter. The bedding and kitchen equipment retailer said weaker footfall had dragged comparable-store sales in its fourth quarter down 4.7 percent so far. A 43.7 percent rise in online sales propped up the group's overall sales but they were still up just 0.1 percent in the fourth quarter to date, Dunelm said in a surprise trading update.

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  • Investors Are Betting on Which U.K. Retailers Will Survive
    Bloomberg2 months ago

    Investors Are Betting on Which U.K. Retailers Will Survive

    Dunelm Group Plc, Dixons Carphone Plc, Marks & Spencer Group Plc and Kingfisher Plc are among retailers that have underperformed the FTSE 350 Index in the past two years. “A lot of these types of stocks have effectively been bunched together in valuation terms,” Ed Meier, a fund manager at Old Mutual Global Investors, said in an interview. Meier’s 188 million-pound ($253 million) U.K. Equity Income Fund looks for stocks where the market may not be pricing in the dividend or potential growth in the dividend.

  • Reuters2 months ago

    Dunelm appoints Laura Carr as CFO

    (Reuters) - British retailer Dunelm Group Plc (DNLM.L) said on Friday it has appointed Laura Carr as its new Chief Financial Officer. Carr, the current Group Financial Controller of Compass Group (CPG.L), ...

  • Reuters3 months ago

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  • Reuters3 months ago

    British retailer Dunelm's third-quarter online sales jump drives revenue growth

    Shares of the company rose 6.5 percent in early trading on the London Stock Exchange. Sales on Dunelm.com surged 35.7 percent in the third quarter, while like-for-like store sales rose 1.2 percent compared with a 4.3 percent drop in the year-earlier quarter.

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  • Reuters5 months ago

    Margin pressure pushes Dunelm shares lower

    Dunelm, which sells cushions, bedding and kitchen equipment, said profit before tax and exceptional costs for the 26 weeks to Dec.30 fell 8 percent to 60 million pounds as margins shrank by 1.8 percentage points. Dunelm, which parted company with its chief executive last year, said Chief Financial Officer Keith Down will step down in June to move closer to his family home. Shares in Dunelm fell more than 9 percent to 586 pence by 1005 GMT after Chairman Andy Harrison said the consumer environment remained challenging.

  • Reuters - UK Focus5 months ago

    Margin pressure pushes Dunelm shares lower

    British homewares retailer Dunelm Group (LSE: DNLM.L - news) warned that annual operating costs might outstrip sales growth as it invests on the integration of its Worldstores acquisition, sending its shares sharply lower on Tuesday. Dunelm, which sells cushions, bedding and kitchen equipment, said profit before tax and exceptional costs for the 26 weeks to Dec (Shanghai: 600875.SS - news) .30 fell 8 percent to 60 million pounds ($83.7 million) as margins shrank by 1.8 percentage points. Dunelm, which parted company with its chief executive last year, said Chief Financial Officer Keith Down will step down in June to move closer to his family home.

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  • Reuters - UK Focus6 months ago

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  • Reuters6 months ago

    Homewares retailer Dunelm comparable sales rise on online strength

    Like-for-like online sales grew 30.5 percent in the second quarter to 26.2 million pounds and accounted for 10.3 percent of total comparable sales. "Continuing rapid like-for-like online growth, of 36.8% in the first half, coupled with passing the first anniversary of the Worldstores acquisition, has helped our online sales grow to 16 percent of total sales in the first half," Dunelm Chairman Andy Harrison said. Dunelm, which agreed to buy Worldstores, Kiddicare and Achica brands in November 2016 for 8.5 million pounds, has been focusing on growing its online offerings to attract new customers.

  • Reuters - UK Focus6 months ago

    UK homewares retailer Dunelm comparable sales rise on online strength

    British homewares retailer Dunelm Group (LSE: DNLM.L - news) Plc said on Tuesday its comparable sales rose 3.4 percent in the second quarter, helped by strong online sales. Like-for-like online sales grew 30.5 percent in the second quarter to 26.2 million pounds and accounted for 10.3 percent of total comparable sales. "Continuing rapid like-for-like online growth, of 36.8% in the first half, coupled with passing the first anniversary of the Worldstores acquisition, has helped our online sales grow to 16 percent of total sales in the first half," Dunelm Chairman Andy Harrison said.

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