|Bid||0.00 x 123800|
|Ask||0.00 x 230600|
|Day's Range||1,732.00 - 1,757.00|
|52 Week Range||1,381.00 - 2,024.00|
|PE Ratio (TTM)||26.95|
|Forward Dividend & Yield||0.51 (2.20%)|
|1y Target Est||N/A|
Nov.09 -- Burberry Group Plc's shares declined the most in five years on concerns about Chief Executive Officer Marco Gobbetti's plans to expand upmarket luxury offerings. Bloomberg's Eric Pfanner reports on "Bloomberg Surveillance."
Oct.31 -- Burberry Group Plc announced that Chief Creative Officer Christopher Bailey will leave the company after 17 years at the end of 2018. Bloomberg's Tom Keene and Nejra Cehic report on "Bloomberg Surveillance."
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Categories: Yahoo FinanceGet free summary analysis Burberry Group Plc reports financial results for the half-year ended September 30, 2017. We analyze the earnings along side the following peers of Burberry Group Plc – Marks and Spencer Group plc (MKS-GB) that have also reported for this period. Highlights Summary numbers: Revenues of GBP 1,263.40 million, Net Earnings of ... Read more (Read more...)
U.K. stocks drop Friday, with retailers and energy producers among those that lost ground, leaving the London gauge of blue-chip stocks at its lowest close since late September.
British shares could not shake a downbeat mood on Friday and suffered their biggest weekly drop in two months as retail stocks continued to weigh, with Burberry and Bunzl leading losses. FTSE 100 was down 0.7 percent, sliding for the second day alongside broad weakness in European trading. Bunzl dropped 6.3 percent, the weakest-performing large-cap stock, after a note from Morgan Stanley said the retail distributor's shares were not yet reflecting potential disruption from Amazon Business, the online giant's business-to-business distribution venture.
Belgian billionaire Albert Frere has raised his stake in Burberry (BRBY.L) from 4 to 6 percent, the British trench coat maker said on Friday, a day after it unveiled a plan to go further upmarket that sent its shares tumbling on cost concerns. Frere - who along with other activist investors spurred a turnaround at German sportswear maker Adidas (ADSGn.DE) after taking stakes in 2015 - first disclosed a 3 percent stake in Burberry in February. The holding is owned by a subsidiary of Frere's Groupe Bruxelles Lambert (GBL), which also has investments in French drinks company Pernod Ricard and energy firm Total.
Billionaire Albert Frere raised his stake in Burberry Group Plc a day after the U.K. trenchcoat maker’s shares fell 10 percent on disappointment over new Chief Executive Officer Marco Gobbetti’s strategic ...
UBS analysts in a Friday note said that while they liked the new strategy and turnaround costs and payback would take longer than expected.
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Burberry said it doesn’t expect sales growth until fiscal 2021, sending shares tumbling and underscoring the scale of the turnaround its new chief executive must engineer.
LONDON/PARIS (Reuters) - A $190 (£145) polo shirt might seem expensive to most shoppers, but for Burberry's new Chief Executive Marco Gobbetti it is too close to the fashion industry's endangered mid-market for comfort. Gobbetti, who was previously at French house Celine, says fashion is polarising between the mass market, home to Spain's Inditex and Sweden's H&M, and top-end luxury brands. Burberry (BRBY.L), one of the fashion industry's most successful turnaround stories in the early 2000s, needs a new creative overhaul to help fire up growth again.
Europe’s benchmark stock index logged its biggest daily loss in more than four months on Thursday, as an early selloff gathered pace in the afternoon after U.S. stocks opened with losses.
Blue-chip stocks in the U.K. declined Thursday, as house builders fell following soft industry figures and as Burberry shares tumbled the most in more than five years after a disappointing earnings report ...
By Kit Rees and Helen Reid LONDON (Reuters) - Heavy losses from luxury group Burberry weighed on Britain's top share index on Thursday which hit a two-week low as investors showed anxiety about the retail ...
British luxury brand Burberry (BRBY.L) will shift further up-market with more high-end products, fast-changing fashion and refurbished stores, but its shares dived as investors focused on the cost of new Chief Executive Marco Gobbetti's plan. The company, which announced last week that Christopher Bailey, the designer who turned Burberry into a global label, would leave next year, said it would cut sales to non-luxury stores, initially in the United States, enhancing the brand's exclusivity. The company, which still manufactures its trademark trench coats in northern England, will refresh ranges more often, constantly bringing out new designs to meet the expectations of young consumers, and will also focus on higher-margin handbags.
Cara Delevingne is no longer the "face" of Burberry. But the penchant of the model/actor/author for sticking her tongue out at the frumpy people has rubbed off. Marco Gobbetti, incoming chief ...
The company says it will focus on luxury leather goods and accessories to attract new customers, and build on the strength of its apparel.
Burberry, the maker of £1,400 trenchcoats and £500 bandanas, plans to move even more upmarket and establish itself "firmly in luxury", as it seeks enhanced profit margins that have proved elusive ...
Four months into the job, Burberry Group Plc’s new boss presented his vision for the company. Investors didn’t like what they heard, sending the stock tumbling the most in five years.
Christian Dior's chief executive Sidney Toledano will step down after 20 years to take on a broader fashion role at parent LVMH (LVMH.PA) in an reshuffle that propels the boss of stablemate Fendi to the top of Dior. New boss Pietro Beccari, 50, took the Italian Fendi brand further upmarket and gave it a zestier feel. "He will be an excellent leader who will steer Dior towards ever greater success," LVMH's Chairman and Chief Executive, billionaire Bernard Arnault, said in a statement.
Burberry Group plc (LSE:BRBY) trades with a trailing P/E of 26.5x, which is lower than the industry average of 29.8x. While this makes BRBY appear like a great stock toRead More...
Burberry Group Plc is the latest luxury brand to experiment with augmented reality, adding technology from Apple Inc. to its smartphone app as fashion retailers race to find new ways to engage with big ...