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|They never report on lfl but do always mention change in average retail space / square footage, in this case +8.5%, so on a lfl basis retail revenue growth is on a par with last year IMO, only a smidge lower if anything but not enough to justify today's fall............tempted!.DD|
|Article suggests it may be due to no like for like numbers.hTTp://www.cityam.com/261541/ted-bakers-share-price-falls-despite-sales-boost|
|Can only assume it's because they beat revenue forecasts by about £7m but profit before tax is £5m lower (-7.5%) than forecast (due to exceptional items), margins down compared to last year.Only read the headline numbers so may be wrong and there's something else in their which has disappointed the market?, who knows!.DDPs not a holder, but like the company and been watching for a while.|
|Not very well by the look of it, what's not to like???|
|2016 annual results - further good progress made. Increased dividend and a promising outlook. How will the market respond?
|good point on chart too
hope for small dip|
|Should be much higher. Sailed through Brexit and expanding all over.|
|Wow,. I mean just wow|
|Good Christmas trading update today.|
|2017 share tip in The GuardianTed BakerThe fashion retailer's shares, now £28.14, are down 13% on the start of 2016 after taking a thrashing after the Brexit vote on fears of cost inflation and consumer confidence. It is likely to be subject to cost increases as a result of a fall in the value of the pound against the dollar in which it sources clothing abroad. But it has a natural hedge against that thanks to a growing overseas business, which will be now be boosted by the currency changes. Meanwhile British shoppers have so far proved resilient and the winter season is likely to have gone better for all clothing retailers as more normal weather conditions have prevailed after two years of unseasonable warmth. . The UK market will get tougher in 2017 but this is a well-run business with a growing international profile that is likely to help it continue to grow in a tough climate. Sarah Butler|
|Jefferies upgrades from hold to buy ..... target cut to 3000p from 3400p|
|Read Panmure Gordon & Co's note on TED BAKER, out this morning, by visiting hxxps://www.research-tree.com/company/GB0001048619
"Several highly-rated consumer stocks have capitulated over the last quarter, reporting weak like-for-like sales growth over the comparative period. We think Ted Baker (TED) will be the next. Our analysis shows that TED’s underlying sales densities in each of the territories it operates in appear negative in the latter half of the prior financial period. Our valuation analysis shows the shares to be worth ... we therefore initiate on the stock with ..."|
|House Broker Liberum trying hard ;-)
'Ted Baker shares jump nearly 5% on outlook hopes'
Analysts at company’s broker say concerns on China and US are overdone
|Fully oversold now I feel. Waiting for some stabilisation before buying some.|
|Just watching and waiting still.|
|2360p support broken.
Next support 1990p then 1650p.
(I never did like the idea of spending shareholders money on buying offices so feel a bit negative on TED now... although I've bought a couple of shirts recently!).
Still hold my one third after selling down.... maybe for the chop today...|
|Chart support at 2300p 'ìsh ?|
|If you want to have a good laugh then check out the Panmure Gordon conviction list 2016. And they charge for their 'research'. Ted Baker remains my conviction buy with target of 3200 before October 2016.|