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Share Name Share Symbol Market Type Share ISIN Share Description
Ao World Plc LSE:AO. London Ordinary Share GB00BJTNFH41 ORD 0.25P
  Price Change % Change Share Price Bid Price Offer Price High Price Low Price Open Price Shares Traded Last Trade
  9.00 3.21% 289.00 289.50 290.50 291.50 278.50 278.50 2,853,770 16:35:10
Industry Sector Turnover (m) Profit (m) EPS - Basic PE Ratio Market Cap (m)
General Retailers 1,046.2 1.5 0.4 760.5 1,385

Ao World Share Discussion Threads

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DateSubjectAuthorDiscuss
11/2/2021
17:29
Should see £2.50 shortly
trt
08/2/2021
17:16
Presumably, shorting and/or trading it. From friday; "AO World: JP Morgan reiterates neutral with a target price of 265p"; hTtps://www.investments.lloydsbank.com/markets-and-commentary/market-news/article/?id=7805564&type=bsm Whilst here is a bit of t/a (not mine) from 29 Jan 2021; "Price has held inside of a bullish price channel from its March lows to its November highs"; hTtps://uk.tradingview.com/chart/AO./hOSOhn9b-AO-LSE-Good-tailwinds-for-the-online-retailer-30/
mcmather
08/2/2021
17:07
TRT get a grip why you so bothered about ao?
bezinio
08/2/2021
15:32
Could see £2.50 if £3.00 level fails.
trt
07/2/2021
19:06
Just open up society; protect any vulnerable who want shielding - and bin furlough, and certainly for the bone idle - and make ivermectin even cheaper than it is (£1-2 a week) for any who require protection from sars cov 2.
mcmather
07/2/2021
16:21
CHANCELLOR WANTS TO LEVEL UP THE PLAYING FIELD IN RETAILING --------------------------------------------------------------------------- Interesting comments in the Weekend Sunday newspapers about the possible introduction of an ONLINE SALES TAX, primarily aimed at all UK ONLINE retailers including Amazon, ASOS, Boohoo, AO World, Next, etc The broadsheet newspapers seem to be implying that Chancellor, Rishi Sunak is reportedly considering plans to levy a surcharge on ALL INTERNET RETAILERS, to help offset the loss of income received from Business Rates, following the closure of empty, vacant high street shops.
chainsaws
28/1/2021
12:54
Thought it might have held on to the low £3.30s. Another lesson. Appreciate the increased covid costs but think the "throughout" in this line is encouraging: "One of our biggest achievements this period is to have our German business profitable throughout Q3"
mcmather
28/1/2021
11:05
£2.80 is support. If it dropped below that I'd have been worried
babbler
28/1/2021
09:40
I'm a novice at this. Not sure whether to hold. Suffering a slight loss at the moment.
c216ay
28/1/2021
08:25
£3.00 level gone now next support at £2.50
trt
27/1/2021
14:41
If £3 level doesn't hold could see £2.50
trt
27/1/2021
13:34
There's some bad brexit, economy and COVID news ahead. I think we are heading for a crash (not just this SP)
genierub
23/1/2021
09:55
Looks like we could now see £3.00 if this level doesn't hold could be tricky to predict how far this could fall.
trt
19/1/2021
15:29
Could be tempted at £3.20 again although COVID costs for the business are definitely a drain on profits as they are mounting up.
trt
19/1/2021
15:06
This will now go lower than £3.50
trt
19/1/2021
13:29
Well done trt; managed to sell quite a few at £4.31 but missed today's dip below £3.50. "Electricals retailer AO World’s sales boom in UK and Germany. Pandemic prompts higher costs but group says German business became profitable in third quarter" htTps://www.ft.com/content/4919858f-5193-4c84-90f4-fe1dc5c626bb
mcmather
13/1/2021
10:10
Could see £3.50 again
trt
24/12/2020
12:08
Time to take profits I think
peddlers
23/12/2020
17:29
Not sure this time trt; been some decent trading opps though.
mcmather
21/12/2020
10:51
Could see £3.50 level again.
trt
18/12/2020
00:34
So whilst numbers are 'ridiculously good' the chief operating officer slots 400k. Makes perfect sense, his missus probably wanted a new dishwasher.
glavey
17/12/2020
15:56
Doing well , yes , DC results yesterday were stunning. £10 short term? You serious!!!
tim 3
17/12/2020
12:38
I've heard similar noises trendspotting; here and in germany.
mcmather
17/12/2020
12:26
What the "quantry"?
iandippie
17/12/2020
08:20
Back over 400p today. Bullish and I have heard their numbers are ridiculously good over Christmas. Hold onto these tight. Could be over 1000p in the short term.
trendspotting
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