Share Name Share Symbol Market Type Share ISIN Share Description
Asos Plc LSE:ASC London Ordinary Share GB0030927254 ORD 3.5P
  Price Change % Change Share Price Bid Price Offer Price High Price Low Price Open Price Shares Traded Last Trade
  +17.00p +0.28% 5,983.00p 5,971.00p 5,980.00p 5,988.00p 5,877.00p 5,877.00p 278,664.00 16:35:16
Industry Sector Turnover (m) Profit (m) EPS - Basic PE Ratio Market Cap (m)
General Retailers 1,444.9 42.8 29.4 203.5 4,991.61

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DateSubjectAuthorDiscuss
15/3/2017
11:04
For me it is not so much being able to get a member on the BOD as being forced to offer to buy out all shareholders if they reach 30% at at least the highest price they have paid for any shares in the previous 3 months, I believe. Is that their objective?
gclark
14/3/2017
18:35
Just done a bit of digging. Cumulative Voting: Board Representation for Minority Shareholders. Looks like they can put a candidate forward and vote for him but would have to muster up enough votes to get him elected. Anyone know more about this area?
tonyrcarr
14/3/2017
18:29
Anders Holch Povlsen must be rubbing his hands in glee thinking that he will have influence over Bestseller and rival ASOS
tonyrcarr
14/3/2017
18:26
Looks quite strategic - keep Zalando away from a potentially large customer database acquisition. At 30% do they automatically get a member on the board or do they have to formally request it?
tonyrcarr
14/3/2017
18:03
They're getting closer to that 30% mark.
johnyee 7
02/3/2017
15:33
Where do we think that the next stop will be?
tonyrcarr
10/2/2017
11:17
black bear---not impressed in tern and peg If asos is so good then the share price should shoot up to 55 or 60 BOO is struggling to rise
saturn5
06/2/2017
21:22
Check out TERN and PEG for the next hyper growth stocks.
blackbear
06/2/2017
19:53
someone is playing tricks with our sp
saturn5
02/2/2017
15:39
Saturn I think there are special allowances for retiring directors - but I think they're only in thousands not millions - but no doubt he holds the shares in tax efficients trusts etc.
hosede
31/1/2017
20:10
I wonder does he pay CGT or are directors let off this charge
saturn5
27/1/2017
20:24
Ranger......paid for that divorse long ago. ...anyway hes still got 5.1mill shares, at today's price, £250 million value, he got off very lightly for £70 million settlement!!
telbap
27/1/2017
08:58
Maybe, or it could say that he is still paying for his divorce. £70 million he needs to find I think, plus more for his new house!
ranger101
26/1/2017
15:17
so Robertson sells again does that give us a message to also get out ?
saturn5
20/1/2017
13:39
Thanks Net. Eventually as Moorsie says all these firms will end up cutting each others throats. There is only a limited market and if(when) things get tough one thing you CAN do without is new clothes.
hosede
20/1/2017
08:40
trading update from AIM share MYSALE (MYSL) today... Worth comparing.. Its all about female on-lne shopping, so it is worth comparing.
netcurtains
13/1/2017
11:30
Still creeping up - extraordinary that punters see these figures as good. I guess you can fool some of the people all of the time
hosede
12/1/2017
15:10
Shockingly bad announcement today As said above - all about revenue growth but nothing on profit. They state that their margin has gone done by 30bps but state as according to plan! Has anyone seen such a plan?? I haven't and I rechecked previous announcements and Annual Reports There is only one benefit of growth with no profit and that is getting the money to finance the infrastructure growth. However this is a very fickle business - there is no lock in for customers i.e. they will buy future products from whoever is offering the cheapest price and best service in the future. You are at the mercy of the latest company who is prepared to grow sales by losing money! It looks like a Ponzy scheme as an investment and the renumeration being taken by the senior management is obscene compared to the profit of the company!!
moorsie2
12/1/2017
13:04
I don't get the insane values given here. This crew cannot their act together and start driving costs down and profit up. 5% profit increase would make them millions, install huge confidence, drive the share price They are continually driving their garment suppliers price down, yet margin does not improve, so where is the money going?Poor mangement of staff costs?They also have a massive stock pile of returned goods, I would love to know what the write off for that is.....must be a way of attacking that crippeing cost factor, not only written off garments, but all associated costs with it, garment return, funds return, administration or it all...Must be do-able, just look at boohoo....
telbap
12/1/2017
11:40
It's all down to 'Price Investment' which is really just another way of saying discounting. A corporate investment delivers long-term returns for an initial outlay. Lower prices just drive higher short term sales. As soon as the prices go up the sales go down again.
dangersimpson2
12/1/2017
11:23
Another trading statement all about turnover. They seem fixated by it - no P/L, Balance sheet or cashflow statement. according to AFNs financial figures, turnover has doubled in four years but profits halved - what is the point? Looks like the resistance at £55 is going to hold and I guess it will drift down from here thru lack of interest.
hosede
11/1/2017
20:21
http://money.aol.co.uk/2016/12/27/3-stocks-i-reckon-could-crash-in-2017/
lbo
11/1/2017
08:01
Flying, leaky ship??
telbap
10/1/2017
10:22
W7 International not correctly configured for mobile browsing, which I thought would be key to their target market. Still wishing me a Very Berry Christmas (Little late in the season) and key promotion is best 2016. Where is all the new season stuff? Margin on cosmetics is tight and postage cost as a percentage of product price is high. Very difficult to get consistently right. Also offering a single brand and we all know how fickle fashion is. Can't see a strong argument for investing here
tonyrcarr
10/1/2017
08:21
But, asos are delivering huge investor returns in the sp, no argument there. Not a share to trade, deffo a holding investment!
telbap
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