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|Will the Sale ever end?...|
|Don't they give a Xmas update early in the new year?|
|9 February half year trading update|
|When can we expect a Xmas trading update, anyone know?|
|Yes, DFS is highly cyclical, ripe for a short.|
|prices esp for leather sofas have got to rise soon due to Brexit
when they say orders have slowed in the new year this could hit 120p
|Drop today due to 7.5p XD, so recovering well.|
|Perhaps, but if people move they by new furniture, if they can't move they improve instead and buy new furniture. If people can't or don't want to get on the housing ladder they rent and need furniture!
Sentiment drives prices in the short term however.|
|Think a lot are nervous of housing market in general.|
|Results as good as expected plus bonus divi!
I'm expecting this to go back to 350.
MM likely going to try and shake people out to buy up stock cheap.|
Agree results look OK - maybe there's some nervousness re consumer sector going forward ? Or just a not-much-followed share ?
|Look very solid results to me.|
|any idea why the share price is down again?|
|Record profits promised in Oct update. New stores being opened. Growth strategy looks decent|
|Office of National Statistics have shown a recent fall in retail sales, quite a few retails companies (Next) have shown a drop in half year figures........... could be that or just profit taking.|
|Why the bad sentiment re DFS?Thoughts.....|
|SCS update this morning looks decent. No effect of brexit and so hopefully this translates to DFS as well|
|Full year trading update.|
|Yes, Due 11th August according to their website.|
|Interim results due on Thursday this week?|
|2 x 160k trades somebody feels positive.|
Looks like DFS has found a nice expansion location.|
|Sofa retailer DFS Furniture rose 10.2 per cent to 210.5p with Stifel starting coverage with a 340p target price.With a quarter of the UK upholstery market and a cash conversion ratio consistently above 75 per cent, DFS does not deserve to be among the retail sector's lowest-rated stocks, Stifel said.It added: "The experience of the financial crisis in 2007-10 suggests that DFS should remain significantly profitable and cash-generative while competitors experience far greater financial pressure."|