Share Name Share Symbol Market Type Share ISIN Share Description
Asos Plc LSE:ASC London Ordinary Share GB0030927254 ORD 3.5P
  Price Change % Change Share Price Shares Traded Last Trade
  -75.00 -2.85% 2,560.00 722,761 16:35:28
Bid Price Offer Price High Price Low Price Open Price
2,555.00 2,559.00 2,686.00 2,524.00 2,677.00
Industry Sector Turnover (m) Profit (m) EPS - Basic PE Ratio Market Cap (m)
General Retailers 2,417.30 102.00 98.90 25.9 2,147
Last Trade Time Trade Type Trade Size Trade Price Currency
17:51:39 O 9,088 2,560.00 GBX

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15/10/201910:10ASOS----Fast Celebrity Fashion Online ----15,207
31/7/201916:54Ј60 Amazon Bid incoming!6
08/4/201913:16ASOS Half Year Results 10.03.19 Preview-
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Trade Time Trade Price Trade Size Trade Value Trade Type
2019-10-15 17:29:402,560.009,088232,652.80O
2019-10-15 17:29:272,677.009,719260,177.63O
2019-10-15 17:29:262,677.0061,1481,636,931.96O
2019-10-15 17:29:132,677.0012,675339,309.75O
2019-10-15 17:29:062,677.0036,932988,669.64O
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15/10/2019
09:20
Asos Daily Update: Asos Plc is listed in the General Retailers sector of the London Stock Exchange with ticker ASC. The last closing price for Asos was 2,635p.
Asos Plc has a 4 week average price of 2,309p and a 12 week average price of 2,141p.
The 1 year high share price is 6,152p while the 1 year low share price is currently 2,033p.
There are currently 83,872,275 shares in issue and the average daily traded volume is 375,900 shares. The market capitalisation of Asos Plc is £2,147,130,240.
14/8/2019
21:04
madbadtrader: Amazon were never going to make a bid for ASC, why would they? What would they get that they don't already have and have better of? Infrastructure, Business Model, Stock? Besides no-one is going to bid 4x current share price! Maybe 30% premium on the current price, but looking at the financial situation of ASC, you wouldn't touch it with a barge pole at the moment. Debts of £600m and very little cash, CAPEX of 200m this year and next and very little profit. So debts will be 1bn by 2021 and profit?? Will they even be able to service the debt? The crazies will keep buying the share based on it being cheap compared to what it used to be, but they will not look at the fundamentals; my bet would be it will be below £20 within a matter of weeks. Make no mistake this is high risk as to whether they can sort out their issues and start making sufficient profit all against the backdrop of more and more competition.
12/8/2019
22:49
jenniferzz: ampaolo 26 Jul '19 - 10:51 - 15156 of 15162 0 0 1 Takeover is coming! 29/07/2019. 200% rise from here! Don't say I never told you. All the best. Amazon are going to pay £60+ per share Update 12th August re RAMP post above : 1 The share Price did not rise 200% from here 2 The share price went up and then down but mainly down and lower than it was on the 26th July 3 Beware of RAMPs claiming ridiculous share price predictions, they can trip you up. 4 Poster said takeover on 29th July....didn't happen 5 Poster said 'Don't say I never told you' and 'all the best' !!!!!!!!!!!!! Scandalous behaviour
25/7/2019
11:30
sago2: A bid can always be on the cards as this is probably a good time with the share price. There are quite a lot of shorts out there who will have to close positions on any inclination. This will give the share price some fulctuation. Look for the opportunities and ride the waves and hope that your in if a bid turns up.
23/7/2019
08:54
fuji99: If, say tomorrow they update on the on-line running of the delayed warehouses in the US, expect a rise of £5 in one week. I am pretty sure that management are chopping heads because of the delays (resulting in cutting ASC capitalisation by more than 20%) while business and logistical reviews are taking place. I think the present situation is a good lesson to be learned by ASOS management. So, IMO, this could be the best entry point that could never come back as the worst scenario was given in the Trading Statement of 18 July. Thus from now on news should that will come will certainly include update on improvements which in itself will make a big impact on the share price reaction as we only have 84 millions shares issued. Probably the best time to be in.
18/7/2019
13:47
greco600: Well he has over doubled his holdings and payed more than current share price.
25/6/2019
13:33
moorsie2: Even at this share price it has a market cap of 2.3 Billion! Its nuts Reality is finally starting to kick in here. Needs new leadership who will reset a more realistic valuation through a more focused market positioning.
21/6/2019
09:08
grahamnash: Hi. I'm new to this thread and wondering if ASOS are becoming good value with a time horizon of, say, 12 months. The returns issue looks genuine, but won't the possibility of a poor summer be seen for what it is - a localised effect, so limiting damage to share price? I wouldn't normally buy into a falling price so would be interested in any views on a time to jump aboard. Thanks.
10/4/2019
08:02
umitw: TBH the share price is already down 50% so yes where is the bottom?
07/4/2019
10:26
jamesto2: Https://www.thetimes.co.uk/article/asos-in-a-spin-over-profits-v0bsbnxbl Going be an exciting day as the share price could be hit big style by the short sellers again / I will be selling up ASAP Monday at 8am ... RNS on trading on Wednesday is thought to show just £3.2m ouch ... 🚩 Pre tax profits DOWN from £30m a year earlie - I believe we could see £15 and after Wednesday's news sinks in £10 .. Shorting will be a way of getting back my losses lol
08/4/2014
18:28
bobsidian: From a technical perspective ASC is proving a very interesting performer. If you overlay Fibonacci banding for the period from the intraday low in early 2012 to the intraday peak in late February 2014 you can see the way the share price of ASC is being moved down through that banding. The tumble on March 18 hit the base intraday of a 38.2% retracement before moving back up to treat the 21.4% retracement as the ceiling. Thereafter the share price was moved back down to test the supportive nature of the 38.2% retracement. The last couple of trading sessions has seen the share price plunge down to hit the 50% retracement level before ricocheting back up perhaps to test the 38.2% level. If this pattern of trading behaviour plays out it would not be surprising to see the ASC share price moved down to around the £35 level over the course of the next couple of weeks or so. Given the earnings growth of ASC such a share price level may represent an interesting medium term entry point. But we all know how fickle equity markets can be and in particular just how fickle AIM can be. What was once in favour can be quickly savaged : 8 months worth of share price growth in ASC stripped out in little more than 1 month. And true to form the brokers who were championing ASC to such share price extremes have largely gone silent in the midst of this correction.
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