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Poundland Share Price (PLND)

Share Name Share Symbol Market Type Share ISIN Share Description
Poundland LSE:PLND London Ordinary Share GB00BJ34VB96 ORD 1P
  Price Change % Change Share Price Bid Price Offer Price High Price Low Price Open Price Shares Traded Last Trade
  +3.00p +2.11% 145.20p 145.50p 146.00p 149.80p 142.80p 144.70p 560,705 16:35:17
Industry Sector Turnover (m) Profit (m) EPS - Basic PE Ratio Market Cap (m) RN NRN
General Retailers 1,111.5 36.2 11.4 12.8 390.16

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philanderer: Poundland slumping despite successful expansion, Shares in Poundland are slipping as the sales growth rate is sliding and the acquisition of 99p Stores will not be as beneficial as initially thought Poundland will announce its first-half results on 19 November, and dealers are anticipating revenue of £554 million and adjusted net income of £7 million. In the second-half of last year the company posted revenue of £588 million and adjusted net income of £24.33 million. The company will reveal its full-year results in June 2016, and traders are expecting revenue of £1.29 billion and adjusted net income of £35.57 million. These forecasts represent a 16% rise in revenue and a 4.7% increase in adjusted net income. Poundland has warned that its takeover of 99p Stores will not be as fruitful as initially thought because the company’s performance has slipped slightly since the move was announced. The acquisition will provide synergies and the firm will review its spending plans when the transaction is completed. Poundland’s own expansion is progressing nicely, and it is aiming to open 70 stores between the UK and Ireland by the end of the year. The discount retailer is still making headway into continental Europe, and it hopes to have its tenth store in Spain open by December. The company stated its profits would be stacked towards the second half of the year as the negative impact of the euro and the ‘subdued’ start to this financial year pushed the share price lower. Sales at the deep discount retailer are still rising but they are expanding at a slower rate, and this has traders concerned that the price war between the major UK supermarkets may eat into Poundland’s profits. Equity analysts are bullish on Poundland, and out of the 12 ratings, seven are buys, and five are holds. The average target price is 357p, which is 27% above the current price. Since late September we have seen two attempts by Poundland to break away from the 270p support level. The first ended at 300p, the bottom end of the gap down from late September, and the price then drifted lower. Having returned to this base at the end of October the shares have attempted to rally once more. The price has been able to push through resistance at 283p, and now it needs to clear the 50-day simple moving average (SMA) at 291p before moving on to test 300p. If the rally falters then we look to 276p as support before a possible return to the recent lows around 270p, with a break through here putting the shares in fresh ‘all-time low’ territory. Definitive bullish momentum needs the price back above 305p. HTTPS://www.ig.com/uk/shares-news/2015/11/16/poundland-slumping-despite-successful-expansion-29048
philanderer: Investors Chronicle: IC VIEW: The reaction in the share price has priced in much of the results' bad news. That leaves the stock trading on 21 times forward earnings, the cheapest it has looked in a while. But the prospect of sluggish trading in the run up to Black Friday means we are staying put for now. Hold. Last IC view: Hold, 343p, 27 Aug 2015 HTTP://www.investorschronicle.co.uk/2015/11/20/shares/news-and-analysis/poundland-shares-pounded-drPHGOCDQNapaDen7wc3hO/article.html Morningstar What is the True Value of Poundland? As with Bovis, I felt that a 20% slump in Poundland (PLND) shares was heavily overdone, although there was somewhat more justification for it. Poundland has been spending heavily on opening new stores and it was up against strong comparatives in the first half to September but the only really worrying bit of the statement was the word “volatile” to describe trading. Poundland shares were already down from 420p in February to 280p and one might feel that a drop of one third allows for quite a bit of bad news. I’m not keen on the retail sector but for anyone hoping to get in to Poundland at the bottom, this week surely provided a great opportunity for an admittedly risky punt. HTTP://www.morningstar.co.uk/uk/news/144670/royal-mail-poundland-and-interest-rates.aspx#sthash.yOhP1CyM.dpuf
tyranosaurus: How can a pound shop be worth more than a pound? How stupid can you get, Poundland is worth more than a pound. Share price is just value of company divided by the number of shares in issue.
eastbourne1982: There were no concerns over the fixed price model in Feb / March when the share price was over £4, typical market moves, it was overvalued then and it is undervalued now. As someone who bought in recently at £2.735 I'm sitting on an ugly paper loss however my thoughts haven't changed much, I actually liked parts of the news today and this will now be a long term hold for me rather than a medium term one. Disappointed but certainly not giving up with Poundland.
tradesmooth: Surprising over-reaction yesterday. I got stopped out on the way down in the 230s first thing yesterday; thought about it for a sec, then immediately bought back in (twice as many shares) at 219p. Incredible over-reaction yesterday. It may take a few weeks to recover, but I was confident in the 279p share price that I originally bought at, so I'm super-confident now. The sheep got spooked yesterday I think.
mallorca 9: Sorry to say that the share price looks to be heading for £1. Could still be overvalued at that.
philanderer: Official Christmas TV ad HTTPS://www.youtube.com/watch?v=sLtj9OhDjXw Independent retail analyst Nick Bubb said: “The key thing was whether Poundland could revive City sentiment and its ailing share price by talking in detail about the strength of the 99p Stores synergies and the trading outlook.” Bubb added that even though McCarthy “gives it a good go” the fall in profits, dip in like-for-like sales and the volatile trading warning clearly did not thrill investors. HTTP://www.theguardian.com/business/2015/nov/19/poundland-shares-crash-99p-stores
cwa1: Well, a completely spurious reason for doing so but I decided to have a nibble at a few at 273 just now.....was in my local town, passing the door of the Poundland store and decided to have a look in. The place was filled to the rafters with eager shoppers, baskets all filled and every till ringing out. Not a good reason for buying I appreciate-but the feel good factor allied to the relative low of the share price compelled me to have a few :-)
dstorey1: No longer a holder having sold some weeks back. I am confident that Poundland share price will be well north of where it is at present but feel it will retest recent lows of 290-300 in the absence of any positive news flow. GLA.
philanderer: Investors Chronicle: 'Poundland losing its currency' Shares in Poundland (PLND) have slid since the Competition and Markets Authority launched an investigation into the value retailer's proposed acquisition of rival 99p Stores, which was announced in February. The inquiry has since progressed to a second phase, but a final decision isn't due until October. Until then, chief executive Jim McCarthy says the board is "doing everything it can to co-operate" with the watchdog. IC VIEW: It appears Poundland's IPO bubble has burst. True, there's been phenomenal sales growth, but the share price has reverted back to the IPO price. With the stock trading on a toppy 20 times forward earnings, Poundland can't afford to put a foot wrong. We downgrade to hold. Last IC view: Buy, 318p, 27 November 2014 full article... HTTP://www.investorschronicle.co.uk/2015/06/22/shares/news-and-analysis/poundland-losing-its-currency-0GSkv8sdfmmrVu4hFgzxML/article.html

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