London is the location of the headquarters of Burberry Group plc (OTCMKTS: BURBY), a clothing company based in the United Kingdom. Investment analysts working for Jefferies Financial Group raised their projections for Burberry Group’s earnings per share in the fiscal year 2025 in a research study distributed to customers and investors on Monday, December 19. Jefferies Financial Group analyst F. Cereda has increased his earlier projection of the company’s earnings per share from $1.86 to $1.90. This represents a 4% increase. Before this, he had anticipated that the business would bring in $1.86, and he was right. The current earnings forecast for the full year is $1.47 per share, the same amount that the average current projection places Burberry Group’s full-year earnings at. According to projections made by Jefferies Financial Group, the Burberry Group is expected to have earnings of $2.10 per share for the fiscal year 2026.
When trading started on Wednesday, the price of a share of Burberry Group was $24.32 per share. A debt-to-equity ratio of 0.18, a quick ratio of 2, a current ratio of 2.53, and a quick ratio of 2.00 are all present. The moving average of the company’s stock price over the past 200 days is $21.45, and the moving average over the last 50 days is $23.49. The 52-week low price for Burberry Group is $17.52, and the 52-week high price for the company is $28.08.
Recent months have seen a significant uptick in research organizations communicating an interest in BURBY. Barclays announced on Thursday, September 22, that the price target they set for Burberry Group had decreased to GBX 2,050 ($24.90) from GBX 2,080 ($25.27). The announcement was made in a study published on Thursday, September 22. Deutsche Bank Aktiengesellschaft stated in a report made public on Friday, November 18, that they had increased their target price for Burberry Group from GBX 1,950 ($23.69) to GBX 2,200 ($26.72). Royal Bank of Canada disclosed, in a research report made available to the public on Friday, November 18, that it had increased its price objective on Burberry Group from GBX 1,800 ($21.87) to GBX 2,070 ($25.15). JPMorgan Chase & Co. increased their price objective on Burberry Group shares from GBX 1,900 ($23.08) to GBX 2,000 ($24.30) in a research note published on September 30. Berenberg Bank lowered their target price on shares of Burberry Group from GBX 2,050 ($24.90) to GBX 1,730 ($21.02), reflecting a decrease of $0.05, in a research note that was published on Tuesday, September 6. The stock has received one buy rating, one sell rating, three hold ratings, and a consensus recommendation of “Hold” from the analysts who follow it in the research community. According to information from Bloomberg.com, the company is projected to reach a price of $2,012.60 within the next twelve months and receives an average “Hold” recommendation from market analysts.
In addition, the corporation has recently announced a dividend, which will be paid out on the subsequent Friday, February 3. On December 16, the record date for dividend eligibility, shareholders who own shares will be eligible to receive dividend payments equal to $0.1908 per share. As a consequence of this, the yield that we obtain is 2.26%. This dividend will not be distributed until after the ex-dividend date, this coming Thursday, December 15; however, the ex-dividend date is this coming Thursday.
Under the Burberry brand name, premium products are produced, distributed, and sold at retail by Burberry Group plc, its subsidiaries, and affiliates. Retail and wholesale, as well as licensing, are the two distinct divisions that comprise the organization. Cosmetics, accessories, footwear, and eyeglasses are other products that can be purchased from this business, in addition to clothing for adults, adolescents, and children. In addition to that, they offer leather goods for purchase, such as purses made of leather.