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Burberry Group plc

BRBY.L

Latest Trade

2,203.00GBp

Change

71.00(+3.33%)

Volume

2,690,174

Today's Range

2,136.00

 - 

2,216.00

52 Week Range

1,618.50

 - 

2,362.00

As of on the London Stock Exchange (LON) ∙ Minimum 15 minute delay

Pricing

Previous Close
2,132.00
Open
2,155.00
Volume
2,690,174
3M AVG Volume
29.34
Today's High
2,216.00
Today's Low
2,136.00
52 Week High
2,362.00
52 Week Low
1,618.50
Shares Out (MIL)
411.37
Market Cap (MIL)
8,721.07
Forward P/E
24.22
Dividend (Yield %)
--

Next Event

Interim 2020 Burberry Group PLC Earnings Release

Latest Developments

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About Burberry Group plc

Burberry Group plc is a manufacturer, wholesaler and retailer of luxury goods. The Company also licenses third parties to manufacture and distribute products using the Burberry trademarks. The Company's segments include retail/wholesale and licensing. The Retail/wholesale segment is engaged in the sale of luxury goods through Burberry mainline stores, concessions, outlets and digital commerce, as well as Burberry franchisees, prestige department stores globally and multi-brand specialty accounts. The Licensing segment is engaged in the receipt of royalties from the Company's partners in Japan and global licensees of eyewear, timepieces and European childrenswear. The Company's product divisions are Womens, Mens and Childrens apparel, Accessories, and Beauty (which includes fragrance and make-up). Its subsidiaries include Burberry Latin America Holdings, S.L, Burberry (Suisse) SA, Burberry (Taiwan) Co Ltd, Burberry (Thailand) Limited and Burberry FZ-LLC.

Industry

Apparel/Accessories

Contact Info

Horseferry House, Horseferry Road

+44.20.33673000

http://www.burberryplc.com

Executive Leadership

Gerry M. Murphy

Designate Chairman of the Board

Marco Gobbetti

Chief Executive Officer, Executive Director

Julie Brown

Chief Financial Officer, Chief Operating Officer, Executive Director

Gianluca Flore

President of Americas & Global Retail Excellence

Marco Gentile

President of Europe, Middle East, India & Africa

Key Stats

3.25 mean rating - 20 analysts
Sell
Hold
Buy
Revenue (MM, GBP)

2017

2.8K

2018

2.7K

2019

2.7K

2020(E)

2.9K
EPS (GBp)

2017

77.400

2018

82.100

2019

82.100

2020(E)

88.039
Price To Earnings (TTM)
25.91
Price To Sales (TTM)
3.21
Price To Book (MRQ)
6.00
Price To Cash Flow (TTM)
19.17
Total Debt To Equity (MRQ)
2.56
LT Debt To Equity (MRQ)
0.00
Return on Investment (TTM)
20.23
Return on Equity (TTM)
14.89

Latest News

Tisci takes Burberry's Victorian past to the future in spring show

Italian designer Riccardo Tisci looked to Burberry's Victorian roots for the luxury British brand's latest line at London Fashion Week on Monday, mixing delicate lace with edgy street style for looks aimed at catering to different age groups.

FTSE jumps on hopes Hong Kong unrest could end

London's main index recovered on Wednesday, as a report indicating possible resolution to the Hong Kong protests lifted Asia-exposed stocks, while traders pondered a Brexit delay vote after Prime Minister Boris Johnson lost majority in parliament.

UPDATE 2-Burberry leads FTSE 100 higher, mid-caps glide over sterling slip

* Burberry near one-year high after upbeat first-quarter update

Demand for new designer's ranges lift Burberry sales and shares

Strong demand for designer Riccardo Tisci's new fashion ranges helped revenue at British label Burberry <BRBY.L> grow faster than expected in the first quarter, sending its shares soaring as a high stakes overhaul showed early signs of promise.

Burberry nudges FTSE 100 higher; profit alert hits A.G.Barr

London's main stock market index inched higher on Tuesday, helped by gains in healthcare shares and Burberry, which surged after its first-quarter update showed new designs from creative chief Riccardo Tisci were boosting sales.

New designer's ranges help lift sales at Burberry

British luxury brand Burberry on Tuesday reported a stronger than expected 4% rise in first-quarter comparable store sales, lifted by new designs from creative chief Riccardo Tisci.

In makeover mode, Burberry bets on new branding to boost sales

It has a hotshot new designer known for dressing Beyonce and is experimenting with monthly product launches on social media.

BUZZ-Burberry: New designer's products to push Q1 sales higher - JPM

** JP Morgan expects Q1 LFL sales to rise 3% or "slightly better" than Q4 LFL growth of 1% as more of new designer Riccardo Tisci's products hit the stores, with "little help" from forex

Burberry's profits lack new designer's touch

Investors in Burberry have yet to see if new designer Riccardo Tisci's ranges are a hit with customers and will boost profits after the luxury brand said on Thursday its full-year results missed expectations.

CORRECTED-Burberry reports steady full-year profit

British luxury brand Burberry reported broadly flat full-year revenue and profit on Thursday and said it expected similar this year as it sets the foundations for growth with more products by its new designer Riccardo Tisci in stores.

French fashion group Kering sets guidelines on animal welfare

French fashion group Kering, whose brands include Gucci and Saint Laurent, said it had set out internal guidelines for dealing with the welfare of animals, as fashion companies look to tighten their ethical standards.

Burberry's Tisci brings contrasting Britain to London catwalk

Burberry Group Plc creative head Riccardo Tisci went back to his fashion-student days in 1990s London for his second catwalk show for the luxury label on Sunday, presenting a collection he said looked at Britain as a country of contrasts.

Burberry says would pay a high price for no-deal Brexit

Britain's premier luxury brand Burberry <BRBY.L> said a no-deal Brexit would cost it tens of millions of pounds in tariffs and severely disrupt the movement of fabrics and finished products between its suppliers, manufacturing centers and stores.

Burberry's third-quarter same store sales up 1 pct

British luxury brand Burberry reported a 1 percent rise in third-quarter same store sales, just shy of market forecasts of 2 percent growth on Wednesday, before next month's launch of the debut collection by its new designer Riccardo Tisci.

Burberry says new designer bringing buzz back to brand

Burberry's <BRBY.L> new creative designer has had an "exceptional" response to his debut collection, but it will take time to turn around a business where first-half revenue and operating profit both fell, the luxury brand said on Thursday.

Burberry confident on new designer, repositioning on track

Britain's Burberry said it had seen an "exceptional response" to the creative vision of its new designer Riccardo Tisci as it reported a slight dip in first-half revenue and operating profit as it continues to reposition the brand.

Burberry joins luxury sector's race to refresh products monthly

Britain's Burberry <BRBY.L> said on Monday it would start releasing limited edition clothes and products every month, joining a growing number of rivals in the luxury sector trying to churn out collections more frequently to keep clients hooked.

Burberry bets on sleek new look for revamp under Tisci

With metallic trimmings and corset-like belts, Burberry's trademark trench coats took centre-stage at the brand's catwalk relaunch under new designer Riccardo Tisci on Monday as it looks to lift sales with a move upmarket.

Burberry ends bonfire of the luxuries after waste outcry

Britain's Burberry will no longer burn unsold luxury goods to protect its brand after an admission that it destroyed almost $40 million (30.9 million pounds) worth of stock last year sparked a furore over waste in the fashion industry.

Burberry to stop burning unsold goods, removes real fur from collections

British luxury brand Burberry said it would no longer burn millions of pounds worth of unsold goods or use real fur in its collections in a bid to improve its socially responsible credentials.

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