B&M European Value Retail SA is a general merchandise discount retailer. It offers FMCG brands and a variety of non-grocery products at range of categories and price points. The company's product range is spreaded over a number of non-grocery merchandise categories, including housewares, DIY, electrical, toys and pet products. B&M European Value Retail was founded in 1978 and is headquartered in Luxembourg.
B&M European Value Retail SA LON:BME
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Shares of B&M European Value Retail SA (LON: BME) opened nearly 10% higher this morning in London after the convenience retailer said it expects to easily beat earnings expectations for the first half of the year. As a result, the B&M stock price hit an all-time high today. Fundamental analysis: B&M smashes expectations B&M, one of UK’s fastest growing variety retailers, said it projects to report its EBITDA between £250 mi...
B&M (LON: BME) said on Thursday that its annual pre-tax profit came in 3.2% higher at £252 million. The company also expressed confidence that it is well-positioned to survive the ongoing Coronavirus pandemic that has so far infected a little under 7.5 million people worldwide and caused more than 419,000 deaths. Shares of the company were reported 2% down in premarket trading on Thursday. The stock dropped another 7% on market open. At £3.46...
U.K. shares concluded the regular trading session on Friday on a dovish note as tension flared again between the U.S and China over the latter’s attempt to tighten control over Hong Kong. The earlier optimism of a timely recovery from the Coronavirus driven economic fallout, as a result, was pushed to the background. The U.K.’s blue-chip FTSE 100 index posted a 2.3% decline on Friday with the travel index (.FTNMX5750) sliding the most. On the wee...