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Burberry Group plc (BRBY.L)

LSE - LSE Delayed price. Currency in GBp
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2,061.00+9.00 (+0.44%)
At close: 4:35PM BST
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Previous close2,052.00
Open2,031.00
Bid2,061.00 x 0
Ask2,061.00 x 0
Day's range2,031.00 - 2,092.00
52-week range1,231.50 - 2,185.00
Volume530,319
Avg. volume1,251,176
Market cap8.344B
Beta (5Y monthly)1.16
PE ratio (TTM)404.12
EPS (TTM)5.10
Earnings date13 May 2021
Forward dividend & yieldN/A (N/A)
Ex-dividend date19 Dec 2019
1y target est1,915.22
  • Burberry Group PLC (BURBY) Upgraded to Buy: Here's What You Should Know
    Zacks

    Burberry Group PLC (BURBY) Upgraded to Buy: Here's What You Should Know

    Burberry Group PLC (BURBY) might move higher on growing optimism about its earnings prospects, which is reflected by its upgrade to a Zacks Rank #2 (Buy).

  • Burberry dropped from Chinese video game as Uighur row widens
    The Telegraph

    Burberry dropped from Chinese video game as Uighur row widens

    Burberry has lost a popular video game deal just days after it was announced amid growing Chinese backlash to Western accusations of forced labour in Xinjiang. The company’s tie-up with Tencent Games was announced at the end of last year to add its hallmark tartan design to characters in the Honour of Kings game. The design has been dropped from the clothing worn by some of the characters, according to a post on the game’s official Weibo account. Burberry only revealed further details of the partnership at the start of this week. That announcement has since been removed from its website. The move comes after China imposed sanctions on organisations and individuals in the UK over what it called “lies and disinformation” about the western Chinese region. It follows UK sanctions for alleged forced Uighur labour. The UK government has accused China of human rights abuses including mass imprisonment in “re-education” camps and forced sterilisations. China has denied allegations of genocide and forced labour. A Chinese actress, Zhou Dongyu, also terminated her contract with Burberry as a brand ambassador saying the firm had not “clearly and publicly stated its stance on cotton from Xinjiang”. “This kind of decision is meaningful,” said Flavio Cereda, a retail analyst at Jefferies. A wider boycott of Burberry’s clothes, bags and accessories would make a serious dent in sales and profits. Chinese consumers account for almost half of its sales. The shares fell by 30.5p, or 1.6pc, to £18.71.

  • Burberry becomes first luxury brand to suffer Chinese backlash over Xinjiang
    Reuters

    Burberry becomes first luxury brand to suffer Chinese backlash over Xinjiang

    Burberry has lost a Chinese brand ambassador and its hallmark tartan design was scrubbed from a popular video game, becoming the first luxury brand assailed by the Chinese backlash to Western accusations of abuses in Xinjiang. China on Friday sanctioned organisations and individuals in the United Kingdom over what it called "lies and disinformation" about Xinjiang, days after Britain imposed sanctions for alleged human rights abuses in the western Chinese region. Burberry is a member of the Better Cotton Initiative, a group that promotes sustainable cotton production which said in October it was suspending its approval of cotton sourced from Xinjiang, citing human rights concerns.