Share Name Share Symbol Market Type Share ISIN Share Description
French Connection Group LSE:FCCN London Ordinary Share GB0033764746 ORD 1P
  Price Change % Change Share Price Bid Price Offer Price High Price Low Price Open Price Shares Traded Last Trade
  -1.625p -4.81% 32.125p 31.50p 32.75p 32.25p 32.00p 32.25p 38,912.00 16:35:22
Industry Sector Turnover (m) Profit (m) EPS - Basic PE Ratio Market Cap (m)
General Retailers 178.5 -1.6 -1.6 - 30.92

French Connection Share Discussion Threads

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DateSubjectAuthorDiscuss
22/1/2017
20:23
Marks is a wealthy man. Why is he paying himself so much when many companies that are run by their founders (and sometimes not) often take a nominal annual income of £1 or $1 when they are not making profits. He doesn't seem too worried about running down the company's cash balances - I don't think he should be rewarded for failure. I get the feeling some investors who have been vocal are worried he wants to take the company private on the cheap and screw all the other shareholders. If Adderley is supportive of any action by Marks that undermined all other shareholders I think Dunelm shareholders would have something to be concerned about.
she-ra
22/1/2017
18:15
Jon Asgeir Johannesson once owned through his now defunct Baugur 20% shares in French Connection. FCCN was probably part of his plans to extend his clothing retail empire that included Oasis, Karen Millen and Whistles. I wonder if he wants and has the availability of funds to grab French Connection and rebuild his empire. He seems to have a leaning towards UK retail. Some of his recent UK investments are high end products - meat and furniture. He now seems to be attracted to the luxury end of the market. hxxps://www.retail-week.com/sectors/fashion/analysis-former-baugur-boss-jon-asgeir-johannesson-eyes-uk-return/5060951.article
she-ra
22/1/2017
17:40
Thank you, he is just waiting for big bid. dyor regards active
srpactive
22/1/2017
11:23
Could you cut and paste as I do not subscribe, thank you in advance. regards active
srpactive
22/1/2017
10:02
Interesting read: http://www.thetimes.co.uk/article/rebellion-at-french-connection-kl5xtwz2m
multiplural
12/1/2017
13:27
Possibly because they were most likely going to be bad, managing news is a very important part of management, obviously. dyor
srpactive
12/1/2017
13:03
anyone know why the company stopped issuing new year trading statements a few years ago?
smicker
10/1/2017
14:25
Trying to get above the 50dma as is aly, could move higher shortly. dyor regards active
srpactive
28/12/2016
12:44
Aquascutum is being taken over for 9 times revenue and is loss making. http://www.thisismoney.co.uk/money/markets/article-4068838/Iconic-trench-coat-maker-Aquascutum-sold-two-Chinese-owners-deal-worth-97m.html
she-ra
23/12/2016
11:31
Asians are falling for Cath Kidston's classic British designs (as modelled by Prince George) By City & Finance Reporter for the Daily Mail Published: 21:50, 22 December 2016 | Updated: 21:50, 22 December 2016 e-mail 1 View comments Royal approval: Prince George in a piece of Cath Kidston knitwear Royal approval: Prince George in a piece of Cath Kidston knitwear The quintessential British designs of lifestyle brand Cath Kidston are flying off the shelves in Japan and Thailand. Overseas sales at the label, which launched as a single shop in Holland Park in 1993, jumped 44.3 per cent in the six monthsto September 24. The firm has shot back into the limelight after Prince George was snapped wearing its soldier-print knitwear in 2014. The roaring trade is the best start to a financial year Cath Kidstonhas experienced yet, and comes on the back of rapid expansion across Japan – where sales soared 30 per cent. Group sales climbed 12.2 per cent to £59.9million in the period, while profits increased by 12.9 per cent at £39.3million
srpactive
20/12/2016
16:50
And the Kings Road store was quite busy. Just popped in, could be a turning point?
rimmy2000
15/12/2016
12:22
850 000 buy, interesting. dyor
srpactive
15/12/2016
10:20
Have a nice Christmas and New Year all. dyor as always. regards active
srpactive
29/11/2016
20:08
After breaking through the 50dma, fccn has now retested the 50dma and bounced off the it. Lam did this the other month now 30% higher. Fccn looking very good indeed now. I am expecting a challenge of 45p before year end. dyor regards active
srpactive
29/11/2016
19:59
Something brewing offer shot to 38.75p. dyor regards active
srpactive
24/11/2016
16:01
Fccn now crossed above the 50dma looking very good indeed. dyor regards active
srpactive
24/11/2016
15:58
My picks for 2017 are aly, fccn and lam. I continue to buy aswell as my other core holdings. dyor regards active
srpactive
24/11/2016
15:52
My two retailers aly and fccn, are moving nicely higher, here comes Christmas. dyor regards active
srpactive
21/11/2016
12:01
Looking better here now, retailers getting a little support, aly for one. dyor regards active
srpactive
04/11/2016
09:21
Advent raise £61m due to selling DFS stake, could they be interested here. dyor regards active
srpactive
31/10/2016
09:56
Chart looking better today, bid 36.25p offer 38.5p mid: 37.37p approx. Next resistance is 36.5p which we are above, then 37.5p, once they are broken to the upside we could be heading into the 40's. dyor regards active
srpactive
31/10/2016
09:31
Morning all Nice flag forming, lets hope news of a shake up is on the horizon. dyor regards active
srpactive
28/10/2016
16:14
hxxps://www.frenchconnection.com/ who picks their models? where's the aspiration?
davydoo
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