Share Name Share Symbol Market Type Share ISIN Share Description
Sports Direct International LSE:SPD London Ordinary Share GB00B1QH8P22 ORD 10P
  Price Change % Change Share Price Bid Price Offer Price High Price Low Price Open Price Shares Traded Last Trade
  +18.00p +5.37% 353.10p 354.00p 354.20p 355.50p 332.40p 334.90p 6,291,360 16:35:09
Industry Sector Turnover (m) Profit (m) EPS - Basic PE Ratio Market Cap (m)
General Retailers 2,904.3 361.8 46.8 7.5 2,011.73

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Sports Direct Daily Update: Sports Direct International is listed in the General Retailers sector of the London Stock Exchange with ticker SPD. The last closing price for Sports Direct was 335.10p.
Sports Direct International has a 4 week average price of 284.30p and a 12 week average price of 280.20p.
The 1 year high share price is 355.90p while the 1 year low share price is currently 251.20p.
There are currently 569,734,159 shares in issue and the average daily traded volume is 3,080,756 shares. The market capitalisation of Sports Direct International is £2,011,731,315.43.
stokiematt: @DD Used it for years on various sites. Combination of my name and place of birth/team support. I can't decide if all the bad news is already priced in. I'm sure there will be another announce to nudge the share price down. If not can't see any support if the share price was to rise above 300p either.
discodave4: pbt £142m, eps 20.8p, PE12, TP £2.50u/lying pbt £126m, eps 18.5p, PE12, TP £2.22Prelims July 14th 2011 share price: low 246, high 258, mid say 252.Goes without saying the analysts (and mongo me) could be wrong and MA could surprise to the upside........then again he could announce SPD have just bought a yacht!.DDps May need to ask the nice parky to wake me up extra early on Monday to place my short...........would feel sick if I was holding a lot of shares at 325 (or is it 320!).pps Forget a buy out offer of 320-325, come AGM it could be 250, saving MA £150m.......or would he feel generous and offer 20% premium @ £3?.ppps Just for my fans the SPD famous four: Useless, Clueless, Terminated and last but not least Nortic.
unnavailable: Goldman on July 2015: BUY....'A sum-of-the-parts 12-month price target of 965p, up from 950p, includes an 113p contribution from the re-investment of cash into Europe'. SPD price on July 2016: 257p
discodave4: Sad Act - "They set the average at £3", Yep, but that doesn't mean they cannot buy above this, but the brokers have been told not to. Ask yourself why!.Why has the buyback not been reflected with an increased share price?."The only time a buyback is useful is when the shares of that company are undervalued. This is the ONLY time a company should buyback their shares" - Really!, never read such a load of garbage in all my life, you should do more research, try Lord Wolfson.Do you know what the buyback ROI or equivalent rate of return is?Would your money have been better invested elsewhere or distributed as a dividend?Your under a misguided belief that these are undervalued, they are not. The share value has not appreciated due to the buyback and the fair value (IMO) is less than the current price (okay just a sad act mongo opinion!). The basic argument that the share buyback means they are undervalued is completely flawed and disingenuous, why?, because they are using your money to buyback the shares not their own money. It's purely a financial tool to enhance eps (in the hope this will be reflected in the share price) and also to increase the BOD's respective percentage holding (in particular MA's), possibly also to issue themselves share options - none of the shares have been cancelled yet!. The key here though as to why this buyback will not succeed is that there must be the prospect of sustained long term growth - which is not likely IMO.If you don't wish to discuss then just filter me!.DD
unnavailable: Yeah, the share price will remain at around £3 forever now. They're obviously not worth more if that's as much as SPD are willing to pay. And they're obviously not worth less otherwise SPD would buy at a lower price. So, £3 forever and ever and ever now. Until the end of time, we're stuck at £3, gentlemen. That's just how these markets work unfortunately. And, Sad-act! don't you even dare mention my name or attempt in any way to converse with me.
nortic 007: Does JD Sports good figures indicate that they might be taking market share from SPD or does it indicate the sectors good and SPD price should start to catch up . JD has now got a £4 billion market cap and SPD owns just under 3%.
nortic 007: Sports Direct shareholders to vote on fate of chairman Dr Keith Hellawell on Thursday, following investors' revolt at AGM in September last year | City A.M.Hayley KirtonSports Direct shareholders will meet on Thursday to decide whether the retailer's chairman should keep his seat.Dr Keith Hellawell, a former chief constable in his 70s, failed to find favour with investors in the company's annual general meeting in September, with just 47 per cent of independent shareholders voting to keep him as chair.Although the company came out fighting to hold onto Hellawell, recently introduced rules mean Sports Direct's shareholders must be given a second vote if he is to keep his position.Read more: Editor's 2016 review: What a year it has beenSports Direct founder Mike Ashley, who also took up the role of chief executive at the firm last September, could be the decider of Hellawell's fate, as he holds 55 per cent of the company's shares and Thursday's vote depends on approval from the majority of all shareholders, not the majority of independent shareholders. Ashley has previously come out in favour of his chairman.Meanwhile, shareholder advisory group Glass Lewis has recommended investors vote in favour of keeping Hellawell as chairman.Read more: Flash crash smash to Sports Direct's cash"While we acknowledge that many shareholders may choose not to support Hellawell's re-election...we are cognisant of the need for continuity in the leadership of the board, particularly in this period of flux," a note from Glass Lewis read.Ashley taking up the reins of the company is far from the only move on the board since the AGM, with acting finance boss Matt Pearson tendering his resignation within a month of Dave Forsey's departure as chief exec and former banker David Brayshaw joining as a non-executive director in December.Read more: Sports Direct was selling Louboutin heels online this weekend"The board believes that the re-election of Dr Hellawell, when combined with the appointment of David Brayshaw, will provide a balance of continuity and fresh, independent insight," Sports Direct wrote in a letter to its shareholders informing them of Thursday's general meeting.The quality of corporate governance at the retail chain was called into question on numerous occasions last year. In particular, a report from the Business, Innovations and Skills select committee slammed the company for running its Shirebrook warehouse like a "Victorian workhouse".Read more: A guide to who's who at Sports Direct after that management shake-upInvestors are also likely less than impressed with the company's share price performance over the last year. Shares closed 2016 at around half the price they were trading for at the start of the year. The firm's floundering share price caused it to be booted out of the FTSE 100 last March.Sports Direct | mobile imageHellawell, who has previously served as the government's drugs czar, has said, if shareholders back his position at this week's general meeting but the majority of independent shareholders do not vote to support him at the company's AGM later in the year, he will step down immediately.Sports Direct did not immediately respond to City A.M.'s request for comment.
nortic 007: Didn't dip and the closing auction . I'll take down 0.9 % all day long. Would like to think SPD share price have absorbed a lot of so called bad news.
scapital: If anything could negatively impact the SPD share price a bad deal with BHS is right up there.
osirisra: Well they don't seem very wise at the moment as SPD is down 20p from where I bought and I sold CEY to fund the SPD purchase (CEY up 6% since I sold). That is the market for you, sometimes it takes your level headed thinking and knocks it sideways. Not to worry though, my reasons for buying SPD stay the same. Let's also not forget that we have the Euro's coming up this summer, along with The Olympics. Fingers crossed that the first set of results out post these two events will be a rocket under the SPD share price.
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