Thursday 21 June 2018 | ShareProphets: The one stop source for breaking news, expert analysis, and podcasts on fast-moving AIM and LSE listed shares
Interior furnishings company Walker Greenbank (WGB) “is pleased to announce a trading update for the year ended 31 January 2018” and emphasises “sales for the year are expected to be up 17.9% at £108.9 million”. Sounds promising…
Having declined towards 120p following a profit warning last month, shares in luxury interior furnishings company Walker Greenbank (WGB) had recovered above 130p before an intra-day (12:28pm) Update re Anstey Wallpaper Company announcement…
Previously writing on interior furnishings company Walker Greenbank (WGB) in August with the shares then approaching 240p, I concluded a forward price/earnings multiple of 14x and dividend yield of circa 2% look fair enough, but consumer concerns see me at this juncture avoid. The shares had since slipped back towards 200p – before a “Trading Update” announcement today…
Luxury interior furnishings company Walker Greenbank (WGB) “is pleased to announce its pre-close trading update for the six months ended 31 July 2017” - with this commencing with that brand sales “were up 35.6% in reportable currency compared with the same period last year”. Sounds good, so why are the shares currently sliding back slightly?...
Hello Share Thrashers. With the mainstays of many a private share portfolio, like oil and banks, still in the dumps, it might be time to seek out companies in less common areas of business.
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