Share Name Share Symbol Market Type Share ISIN Share Description
Next LSE:NXT London Ordinary Share GB0032089863 ORD 10P
  Price Change % Change Share Price Bid Price Offer Price High Price Low Price Open Price Shares Traded Last Trade
  +18.00p +0.37% 4,872.00p 4,870.00p 4,873.00p 4,886.00p 4,816.00p 4,869.00p 81,662.00 09:55:34
Industry Sector Turnover (m) Profit (m) EPS - Basic PE Ratio Market Cap (m)
General Retailers 4,176.9 836.1 450.5 10.8 7,164.60

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DateSubjectAuthorDiscuss
01/12/2016
18:49
Toffee.The figures are going to hurt next RNS announcement!It has a 52 in it but it's more like £41.52p.The charts are weak and NEXT have already admitted its not going to get much better this QTR.Turkey shoot!!!!
kendonagasaki
17/11/2016
12:15
52 in sight
toffeeman
02/11/2016
10:33
I'm very much of a mind to sell everything that's in profit in my ISA this week, before the US election - better safe than sorry? I did that on the Tuesday before the Brexit vote and it turned out to be a very profitable move. Is anybody else thinking this way?
lordbung
02/11/2016
10:24
See if NXT can close a couple of small gaps - one at 52 and the next at just below 54
toffeeman
02/11/2016
07:51
I take it that you are hoping for a fall in the share price sandeep67 especially with the negative news that came from your cousin in post 284. Some might think that you were making that up ;-)
tlobs2
02/11/2016
07:28
Let's the price today answer that...
sandeep67
02/11/2016
07:25
Trading statement in line with expectations. What was all the flapping and doom mongering about a few months back?
tlobs2
01/11/2016
10:48
Warm weather, we have had one of the warmest October's I can remember, and November starting real warm too, can't see much cold weather on the horizon, it's going to be on sale again at this rate to clear a shed load of parkas!
bookbroker
01/11/2016
10:34
just a thought. No transaction in own shares since 18th. My take is warm weather, Customers flocked to BHS to bargain hunt has impacted Sales. Only a thought as cousin works for Next and they Summer was very quiet due to BHS bargains. Just an opinion
sandeep67
25/10/2016
10:02
Ah fair enough. Cheers.
mrchriss
24/10/2016
18:06
25% off any purchases. You need a minimum of a 100 shares I think it was. It's a one off voucher and not a loyalty card which would be better.
tlobs2
24/10/2016
09:20
Sorry, what's this incentive?
mrchriss
23/10/2016
19:57
Expect a strong trading update from NEXT early this week. I took my wife and three daughters to a local store and left them in there for an hour and a half to enjoy the benefit of my 25% shareholder loyalty voucher. They bought for themselves, their friends and other members of the family ;-) They came out with several large bags each ....... What a good idea the NEXT shareholder incentive is. It would be nice is M&S did the same as I spent a few bob in there as well !
tlobs2
20/10/2016
11:05
The buy-back has nothing to do with share price support and everything to do with RoE.
minerve
20/10/2016
10:48
Deutsche Bank have stiffened it with their buy rec of 5950p !
tlobs2
20/10/2016
08:55
Fair enough Toffeeman. 25 million quid isn't going to last long then, at £2 million a pop!
lordbung
20/10/2016
08:46
If history over the past few days repeats itself then trades will hopefully start flowing through shortly :-)
tlobs2
20/10/2016
07:50
Not quite Lord B hxxp://www.hollandadvisors.co.uk/cms/resources/lord-wolfsons-wisdom-on-share-buybacks.pdf explains the buy-back approach very clearly - it's about equivalent rates of return.
toffeeman
19/10/2016
22:08
Upon checking the latest trading update it states they will spend another £30 million on buy backs this year. So probably another £25 million to go yet
nellynell
19/10/2016
17:23
I think it might be prudent to keep adding whilst this continues then ;-)
tlobs2
19/10/2016
16:11
If this is a return to the stated policy, the buybacks should be constant (virtually every day) until the share price reaches the price at which Next considers the money would be better off left wherever they keep it to earn interest(if I understand the reasoning correctly, Next reckon they save more by buying back the shares and not having to pay the divis than they get in interest on the money when it's invested). IIRC the current threshold share price is about £67, so a long way to go yet. I don't know what caused them to lay off the buybacks for a couple of months; probably just the general air of out-of-controlness that's permeated everything recently?
lordbung
19/10/2016
16:05
Any idea how long the buy backs will continue for? I've had a good run over the past week. Long may it continue :-)
tlobs2
13/10/2016
20:10
Agreed, but they have just restarted it again after a few weeks off. Just keep your eye on it ;-) .
tlobs2
13/10/2016
19:37
The buy back 'kicked in' years ago
toffeeman
13/10/2016
19:18
With the share buy back program kicking in it could be a very good time to have a flutter on NXT :-)
tlobs2
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