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Share Name Share Symbol Market Type Share ISIN Share Description
Asos Plc LSE:ASC London Ordinary Share GB0030927254 ORD 3.5P
  Price Change Price Change % Share Price Bid Price Offer Price High Price Low Price Open Price Shares Traded Last Trade
  -70.00 -2.01% 3,407.00 3,405.00 3,408.00 3,487.00 3,384.00 3,487.00 104,817 11:06:17
Industry Sector Turnover (m) Profit (m) EPS - Basic PE Ratio Market Cap (m)
General Retailers 975.5 46.9 44.6 76.4 2,842.46

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29/7/2015
13:13
Looking for 3000red army
17/7/2015
11:49
https://www.fool.co.uk/investing/2015/07/13/why-id-buy-afc-energy-plc-watch-asos-plc-and-avoid-gulf-keystone-petroleum-limited/lbo
09/7/2015
20:37
Bugle.....yep, I agree, an insane pe, which has always been the case here, Harva, a very difficult share to call, been cought the wrong side of a SB too many times on this company.telbap
09/7/2015
16:49
For that to happen western equity markets would have to stop looking past near term uncertainties and stop looking up to three years into the future. In an unrelated sector I can recall AHT trading on 120+ times current earnings for over 2 years - with calls by many about its obscene overvaluation - and then suddenly the much vaunted acceleration in EPS materialised and the P/E ratio corrected. An example of the discount mechanism in practice where foward guidance dictates the current share price.bobsidian
07/7/2015
17:19
Projected 43p EPS on 83M shares for the full year. Even at today's close of £36 per share that is a P/E of 83! I would not be surprised to see the bears out here taking this down to £20 per share (PE of 47) and waiting to see future EPS being delivered at higher levels before moving north again.moorsie2
07/7/2015
16:34
The standard "Buy on speculation, sell on news" applies here. The PE demands market beating and outstanding growth. What was announced is not that. I can see a lot of PI's getting burned here now over the summer as the big holders deleverage their risk and exposure.moorsie2
07/7/2015
14:05
Reasonably good figures don't cut it with a PE of 80+, they need to beter than reasonably good. Which is what we were all expecting.bugle4
07/7/2015
14:01
Yep, glad I sold at 40, missed the high, but better than this.It is amazing they put out reasonably good figures and the share price falls 3%telbap
07/7/2015
12:26
Not one for patterns but We anticipate that sales for the full year will be at the higher end to 20% Total retail sales YOY growth Year ending August 2013 40% August 2014 30% August 2015 20%liquidkid
07/7/2015
12:07
Which Online Retailer Deserves Your Cash: ASOS plc Or boohoo.com plc? ASOS (LSE: ASC) issued an upbeat summer trading statement today, although the company’s shares have hardly reacted to the good news. http://www.fool.co.uk/investing/2015/07/07/which-online-retailer-deserves-your-cash-asos-plc-or-boohoo-com-plc/?bugle4
07/7/2015
07:22
Good results. >65% probability of being 2% - 5% higher on yesterday's close.moopdoom
01/7/2015
22:06
Did any of you buy the nlg tip ? Still worth checking out.kidknocked
23/6/2015
14:05
Willieman,You do get around don't you.I take it Neil Young is busy elsewhere. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=bO4oI10tF5Ejohnyee 7
23/6/2015
13:56
Johnyee--two lots of Clapton recently (Albert Hall)...the old 70 year old delivered yet again! However the even older Paul McCartney blew everyone away at the 02--ridiculously brilliant--Elvis Costello, he played inside a giant TV set! Quadrophenia coming up-classical version with Alfie Boe--hmmm? Crosby Stills Nash in September... I`m amazed half these folks are still alive....keep rocking Johnyee....at Ease :^)williemanjaro
23/6/2015
11:32
Ugh... how can I resist getting back on the short track here.rndm355
23/6/2015
11:20
Hey Willieman where you been?thought you'd gone into permanent retirement.Going to any good gigs over the summer?johnyee 7
23/6/2015
11:06
2+2+2=2 ...maybe a tinge of takeover ...ref AGA, Thorntons......but Bestseller appear happy enough sitting on that pile.williemanjaro
23/6/2015
10:34
Did I miss some announcement or news?tonyrcarr
12/6/2015
08:00
Morning all. Off subject, but used to be an Asos regular poster, so what the heck. For those that liked my price predictions here, suggest you check out NLG. I've put some posts on their thread. Good luck.kidknocked
11/6/2015
10:01
In a developing situation, an immature market if you like, valuing a company is notoriously difficult ASOS are in a market as old as time- clothing - it was being traded in the stone-age. But in a new-ish fashion, on the internet. I judge that they will be open to big swings in sentiment, as seen already- but they are a big brand with a wide reach Dividend? not likely. Their profits will go into getting more sales in more countries around the globe. Grow the business - that's the picture here, imhomalcontent
09/6/2015
14:31
Nice bounce off 3500 - twice recently - next leg up?donaferentes
09/6/2015
10:46
no chance of a bid,if anyone was interested it would have been when the share price was a lot lower.woodie3
07/6/2015
10:36
Whats the chance of a tasty takeover ? After all we have NEVER received a dividendsaturn5
05/6/2015
12:20
£45 by mid July with a steady build up to Christmas is my prediction.tonyrcarr
19/5/2015
08:51
One always has to have a reason to buy a stock. Price is one of the reasons obviously however it cannot be the be all and end all. The stock is trading at 84x its share price. Does not pay a dividend and is open to real competition, if only from longer players in the game e.g. amazon. Amazon do not just sell books and records where they started but now into other situations and I can seem them getting into clothing at some time. Asos were reliant on the youth sector which is notoriously fickle. I just cannot see a reason to buy at the moment and, it seems, most people agree with me. Even telbap has taken profit.darias
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