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
  -11.00p -0.23% 4,866.00p 4,869.00p 4,872.00p 4,878.00p 4,784.00p 4,841.00p 303,365.00 16:35:18
Industry Sector Turnover (m) Profit (m) EPS - Basic PE Ratio Market Cap (m)
General Retailers 4,176.9 836.1 450.5 10.8 7,155.77

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01/12/201618:49*** NEXT *** 292.00
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02/12/2016 17:11:414,865.561155,595.39NT
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02/12/2016 17:09:294,851.93512,474.48NT
02/12/2016 17:01:184,823.39673,231.67NT
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Next Daily Update: Next is listed in the General Retailers sector of the London Stock Exchange with ticker NXT. The last closing price for Next was 4,877p.
Next has a 4 week average price of 4,997.45p and a 12 week average price of 4,895.55p.
The 1 year high share price is 7,970p while the 1 year low share price is currently 3,550p.
There are currently 147,056,562 shares in issue and the average daily traded volume is 864,599 shares. The market capitalisation of Next is £7,155,772,306.92.
tlobs2: 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 ;-)
discodave4: AndyGood luck, please let me know what FTSE100 company your buying next as want to get in before the share price rockets!! lol.For the record, was invested but also sold (stopped out) at small loss but maintain a watching brief.GLDD
tlobs2: A few days of relative stability with no buy back of their own shares isn't a bad thing. When they next jump in then you might see the price rising again at a reasonable rate IMVHO PS Wife wastes a fortune in NEXT and loves the place. She is planning to use our 25% shareholder discount voucher for all the family with a BIG shop so watch for the spike in share price :-)
tlobs2: It's a long term strategy ............. Talk down the performance of the company over a sustained period, offload a few thousand investors and watch the share price slump and then buy back and cancel their shares at a very low price. Start to feed back the feel good factor and watch the share price recover to it's original pre slump price plus about 25%. It's a long term spot of genius by the board of Next. Target long term selling price around £9 then and that after banking a few dividend payments ;-) IMVHO
careful: 20% profit on turnover is unsustainable. This includes very high margins on store cards. Wolfson always bought back shares at very high prices to support the share price over many years.It seemed to work. There has always been an element of financial engineering here, just look at the net assets. they are negligible. Net assets can be seen as the wealth retained within the company over its entire life. An odd company, a good one, but by some measures still way overpriced.
discodave4: Thanks Minerve for your feedback.Isn't a reducing div yield also a sign though of increasing share price?.In the past not really been too bothered about dividend yields, my focus has been on GARP and value with downside risk mitigated by potential significant capital growth. However, am seeing the value of compounding yields and the 7+7 rule/theory (read about it somewhere), namely research shares with a PE of 7 (ish) and a div yield of 7% (ish). Hence started to look at NXT.Good LuckDD
minerve: DiscoDave4 Special dividends will not be paid at the moment due to share price. Share buy-backs are order of the day. Yield is circa 3% as stated by jakedog2.
careful: Next tried the usual tactic of buying back their own shares on friday but it did not work this time. an incredible tactic. buy back shares, reduce shares in circulation by running down net assets to very low levels. this increases EPS and makes PE look much better than it really is. but this trick has run its course. ..why did not spot this share price trickery. it burned many shorters. Almost no asset backing left in the company.
the explorer: Shares in high street fashion favourite NEXT (LSE: NXT) have fallen by 19% from £80 to £65 since the start of December. It seems to have been a victim of the general market sell-off and of concerns over slower sales growth. However, I suspect this sell-off may have been slightly overdone. The shares now trade on 15 times forecast earnings and offer a prospective yield of 5.2% for 2015/16, including special dividends. The fall in the share price has also enabled NEXT to start buying back its own shares. Unlike most firms, NEXT sets a maximum price for buying back its own shares. This is an approach also used by Warren Buffett and ensures cash isn’t wasted on buybacks when it could be used more profitably elsewhere. The current limit is £69.62. The buyback policy has delivered stunning returns for shareholders. In my view, if NEXT is willing to buy its own shares, they may also offer good value for investors.
hectorp: Surely ( outwith London ) its not going to be a good Christmas with thin growth and the housing bubble etc. NXT share price is bloated ( IMHO) The share is certainly topping out ( for now) and the chart suggests a retest of the support line. That is around 5200. But is it a short4 for Xmas? I don't think I will run one this year. However, is the market overall, topping out. Again it should have, but for QE.
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