BRBY.L - Burberry Group plc

LSE - LSE Delayed Price. Currency in GBp
2,005.00
+35.00 (+1.78%)
At close: 5:02PM BST
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Previous Close1,970.00
Open1,982.50
Bid1,955.00 x 123800
Ask2,020.00 x 230600
Day's Range1,979.05 - 2,013.00
52 Week Range1,481.50 - 2,029.00
Volume2,290,606
Avg. Volume2,729,395
Market Cap8.274B
Beta1.11
PE Ratio (TTM)28.48
EPS (TTM)N/A
Earnings DateN/A
Forward Dividend & Yield0.39 (2.23%)
Ex-Dividend Date2017-12-21
1y Target EstN/A
  • Thomson Reuters StreetEvents3 days ago

    Edited Transcript of BRBY.L earnings conference call or presentation 16-May-18 8:30am GMT

    Preliminary 2018 Burberry Group PLC Earnings Call

  • MarketWatch11 days ago

    U.K. stocks end at 4-month high as Burberry, Paddy Power rally

    U.K. stocks advanced Wednesday, finishing at a four-month high as shares of Burberry and Paddy Power Betfair climbed after well-received corporate updates. The FTSE 100 index (^FTSE) rose 0.2% to 7,734.20, its highest close since Jan. 16, according to FactSet data. A weaker pound tends to boost the FTSE 100 as the index’s components make the bulk of their earnings overseas, with a softening sterling lifting revenues when converted back into the U.K. currency.

  • Reuters11 days ago

    FTSE 100 nears record high as miners and Micro Focus drive gains

    Strong results from leading software company Micro Focus and a rally among mining stocks drove Britain's FTSE 100 higher on Wednesday, while Crest Nicholson and mid-cap pub companies suffered sharp losses. The FTSE 100 (.FTSE) was up 0.2 percent at 7,734.20 points by the close, flirting with the record high reached in mid-January. Micro Focus (MCRO.L) was top of the heap, jumping 6.2 percent to a two-month high after the software company won a new $40 million licensing deal earlier than expected, saying it would bolster first-half revenue.

  • Burberry Needs a Touch of Markle Sparkle
    Bloomberg11 days ago

    Burberry Needs a Touch of Markle Sparkle

    The sight of Meghan Markle's mother carrying what looked like a Burberry outfit was enough to ignite speculation she'll wear the brand to her daughter's wedding on Saturday. The British luxury group could certainly do with some Markle sparkle. In November, CEO Marco Gobbetti set out to take the brand more upmarket, expand in areas such as leather goods and streetwear, and to cull stores that don't fit with its new positioning.

  • Reuters11 days ago

    Burberry bags profit rise ahead of Tisci design era

    Burberry beat profit forecasts on Wednesday as a strategy to re-energise its luxury brand showed early promise ahead of the arrival of its new designer Riccardo Tisci. The former Givenchy star was appointed in March, replacing Burberry's creative chief Christopher Bailey, who had turned the trench coat maker into a global brand. Burberry's chief executive Marco Gobbetti is repositioning the quintessentially British fashion house in a higher luxury segment and Tisci's first collection will be shown in September.

  • The Wall Street Journal11 days ago

    [$$] Burberry Profit Up 5%

    PLC (BRBY.LN) said Wednesday that it will start a new 150 million pound ($202.8 million) share buyback and that fiscal 2018 pretax profit increased 5%. Revenue fell 1% to GBP2.73 billion from GBP2.77 billion, while comparable store sales rose 3%. FTSE 100-listed Burberry raised the final dividend to 30.30 pence a share from 28.40 pence last year bringing the full-year dividend up to 41.30 pence from 38.90 pence.

  • Burberry Seeks Investor Support for CEO's Turnaround Plan
    Bloomberg11 days ago

    Burberry Seeks Investor Support for CEO's Turnaround Plan

    Burberry Group Plc Chief Executive Officer Marco Gobbetti is seeking to enlist investor support for his turnaround plan with a 150 million-pound ($203 million) share buyback. The London-based company is looking to join its peers by seeking a more exclusive image under new creative director Riccardo Tisci, who is set to show his first collection in September. The shares rose as much as 3.8 percent after Burberry said it saw signs that the new strategy was paying off.

  • Financial Times11 days ago

    [$$] Burberry announces share buyback as operating profit climbs 

    Burberry has said it will buy back another £150m of shares after the British luxury brand ended its financial year with more than £800m of net cash and reported profits ahead of expectations. Marco Gobbetti, chief executive, on Wednesday said he was “pleased” with the company’s performance “as we began to execute our strategy” of pushing the brand further upmarket, adding that the shift was “showing promising early signs”. last year is stepping up a move into leather goods as he seeks to turn a company known primarily for outerwear into a broader luxury brand.

  • Financial Times11 days ago

    [$$] Burberry: cupboard love

    An ambition to “wardrobe the customer” sounds uncomfortable for all concerned. But Burberry’s push to cross-sell clothes and accessories is showing early promise. After full-year results that were modestly ...

  • Burberry takes Italian leather goods supplier in-house
    Reuters13 days ago

    Burberry takes Italian leather goods supplier in-house

    Burberry (BRBY.L) is to take over one of its leather goods suppliers in Italy as the British group seeks to boost its handbag business in a drive to take its brand more upmarket. Burberry, which is seen as punching below its weight in handbags and leather accessories compared to its peers, said it will be taking a team of around 100 leather goods specialists in-house as part of the deal agreed with CF&P, one of its longstanding suppliers. Luxury goods firms tend to make the largest chunk of revenues from high-margin leather accessories, and many seek where possible to cut out the middle-man, giving them more control over costs and turnaround times.

  • Britain's Burberry takes Italian leather goods supplier in-house
    Reuters13 days ago

    Britain's Burberry takes Italian leather goods supplier in-house

    Burberry (BRBY.L) is to take over one of its leather goods suppliers in Italy as the British group seeks to boost its handbag business in a drive to take its brand more upmarket. Burberry, which is seen as punching below its weight in handbags and leather accessories compared to its peers, said it will be taking a team of around 100 leather goods specialists in-house as part of the deal agreed with CF&P, one of its longstanding suppliers. Luxury goods firms tend to make the largest chunk of revenues from high-margin leather accessories, and many seek where possible to cut out the middle-man, giving them more control over costs and turnaround times.

  • Bloomberg13 days ago

    Burberry Takes on Mulberry in Posh Bag Wars

    Burberry Group Plc will acquire an Italian leather-goods factory as the company works to ramp up its business in luxury handbags under Chief Executive Officer Marco Gobbetti. The factory will become a “center of excellence for Burberry’s leather goods,” creating prototypes and coordinating accessory production with external suppliers, Gobbetti said in a statement. The division being acquired from Italian leather-goods company CF&P Srl for an undisclosed sum has around 100 employees, a Burberry spokesman said.

  • At £17.7, Is Burberry Group plc (LON:BRBY) A Buy?
    Simply Wall St.17 days ago

    At £17.7, Is Burberry Group plc (LON:BRBY) A Buy?

    Burberry Group plc (LSE:BRBY) saw a decent share price growth in the teens level on the LSE over the last few months. As a large-cap stock with high coverage byRead More...

  • Why Burberry Shares Are Down the Most in Almost Four Months
    Bloomberg18 days ago

    Why Burberry Shares Are Down the Most in Almost Four Months

    Burberry Group Plc fell the most in almost four months after billionaire Albert Frere sold his 6.6 percent stake in the trench-coat maker a little more than a year after disclosing an initial investment. ...

  • Goldman Sachs Stuck With Burberry Shares After Billionaire Sale
    Bloomberg18 days ago

    Goldman Sachs Stuck With Burberry Shares After Billionaire Sale

    Goldman Sachs Group Inc. is stuck with falling Burberry Group Plc shares that the firm purchased in a block trade, according to a person briefed on the transaction. Billionaire Albert Frere’s Groupe Bruxelles Lambert SA selected Goldman Sachs’s international unit to sell its 6.6 percent stake in Burberry for about 498 million pounds ($673 million). While the investment bank bought the shares at a discount of more than 4 percent to Tuesday’s closing price, the stock fell on the news and dropped as much as 7.8 percent in London.

  • Reuters18 days ago

    Imperial Brands, oil surge lift FTSE 100 while Burberry tumbles

    LONDON/MILAN (Reuters) - Oil stocks drove Britain's leading stock index sharply higher on Wednesday after the U.S. decision to pull out of the Iran nuclear deal sent crude prices soaring. The FTSE 100 (.FTSE) index jumped 1.3 percent, easily beating other European bourses as commodities stocks surged and strong results sent tobacco firm Imperial Brands up. Oil majors Royal Dutch Shell (RDSa.L) and BP (BP.L), up 3.1 percent and 3.3 percent respectively, delivered the biggest boost to the index as oil prices rose more than 2 percent.

  • Reuters18 days ago

    Belgian billionaire Frere to sell Burberry stake

    Burberry, famed for its trench coats and trademark check in camel, red and black, recently parted company with Christopher Bailey, the designer who turned it into a global brand and later became CEO, and last year appointed Marco Gobbetti as its new CEO as the group seeks to kick-start sales growth. Frere's stake is owned by GBL subsidiary GBL Energy, which also has investments in French drinks company Pernod Ricard (PERP.PA) and oil major Total (TOTF.PA). GBL and GBL Energy said they would sell their Burberry stake of about 6.6 percent through a private placement, with Goldman Sachs acting as the bookrunner.

  • Burberry Slumps After Billionaire Frere Sells 6.6% Stake
    Bloomberg19 days ago

    Burberry Slumps After Billionaire Frere Sells 6.6% Stake

    Burberry Group Plc fell the most in almost four months after billionaire Albert Frere sold his 6.6 percent stake in the trench-coat maker a little more than a year after disclosing an initial investment. Frere’s Groupe Bruxelles Lambert SA said Wednesday that it expected proceeds of about 498 million pounds ($673 million) from the sale. Burberry shares were sold at 1,805 pence a share, according to data compiled by Bloomberg, 4.2 percent below their closing price on Tuesday.

  • Reuterslast month

    Gucci fuels booming sales at luxury firm Kering

    Booming sales growth at French luxury group Kering (PRTP.PA) got even faster in the first quarter, sending its shares to record highs, as red-hot demand for its Gucci clothing and handbags was joined by other labels such as Balenciaga. Kering shares surged early on Wednesday, and were up 6.7 percent at 0750 GMT, as the group's sales bounce confirmed a rosy outlook for 2018 heralded by a strong first quarter performance at Louis Vuitton-owner LVMH (LVMH.PA). A recovery in spending by Chinese shoppers over the past 18 months has fuelled revenue rises for many top luxury players, especially conglomerates such as Kering and LVMH which have a wide range of brands.

  • The Wall Street Journallast month

    [$$] Blackstone Europe Chief Appointed as Burberry Chairman

    Gerry Murphy joined Blackstone Group LP, the world’s biggest private-equity firm, in 2008

  • Burberry bags profit rise ahead of Tisci design era
    Reuters Videos11 days ago

    Burberry bags profit rise ahead of Tisci design era

    Burberry has beat profit forecasts as a strategy to re-energise its luxury brand showed early promise ahead of the arrival of its new designer Riccardo Tisci. Lea Jakobiak reports.

  • There's space for a British 'hard luxury' brand, Burberry...
    CNBC Videos11 days ago

    There's space for a British 'hard luxury' brand, Burberry...

    Nivindya Sharma, director of retail strategy and insights at WGSN Instock, speaks about the U.K. luxury label's business strategy.

  • Why Burberry Shares Are Down the Most in Almost Four Months
    Bloomberg Video18 days ago

    Why Burberry Shares Are Down the Most in Almost Four Months

    May.09 -- Burberry Group Plc fell the most in almost four months after billionaire Albert Frere sold his 6.6 percent stake in the trench-coat maker a little more than a year after disclosing an initial investment. Bloomberg's Abigail Doolittle has more on "Bloomberg Markets."