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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
  -19.00 -1.93% 963.00 780,107 16:35:08
Bid Price Offer Price High Price Low Price Open Price
956.50 960.00 972.00 924.50 945.00
Industry Sector Turnover (m) Profit (m) EPS - Basic PE Ratio Market Cap (m)
General Retailers 3,910.50 177.10 128.90 7.5 962
Last Trade Time Trade Type Trade Size Trade Price Currency
17:59:59 O 926 963.048 GBX

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Posted at 04/2/2023 08:20 by 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 982p.
Asos Plc has a 4 week average price of 551p and a 12 week average price of 486.40p.
The 1 year high share price is 2,154p while the 1 year low share price is currently 460p.
There are currently 99,940,235 shares in issue and the average daily traded volume is 905,886 shares. The market capitalisation of Asos Plc is £962,424,463.05.
Posted at 03/2/2023 10:54 by factsandfigures
Despite the fact that ASOS shares have risen by 70% so far this year, the share price remains nearly 90% below its peak in 2018 and a staggering 85% off its 2021 peak.
Posted at 02/2/2023 14:26 by mortal1ty
So you lost the argument on the share price direction... so your tactic is just to say people here don't actually own any shares lol.

"Never argue with stupid people, they will only drag you down to their level and then beat you with experience".

Posted at 26/1/2023 13:24 by j777j
Asos is worth min £20 a share everyone knows it.What has been happening with the share price is simply games.Load up sit back and make a ton of money.
Posted at 24/1/2023 14:31 by csmwssk12hu
All these online retailers are under pressure from market to produce cash rather than sales, if they survive which I suspect they will in the future they should be a lot higher, for interest look at Everest group, just raised cash at 119% premium at 5.5p, share price sitting at under 4p, won’t be long before market realises it’s below raise price imho dyor
Posted at 18/1/2023 09:19 by factsandfigures
UK inflation dipped slightly to 10.5% but people are NOT spending on luxuries
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UK inflation fell back slightly in December to 10.5% but remains at one of the highest levels in 40 years as the cost of living crisis continues.

The Office for National Statistics (ONS) said the annual rate as measured by the consumer prices index (CPI) dipped again last month, continuing a fall from 10.7% in November and its recent peak of 11.1% in October. City economists had forecast a modest fall to 10.5%.

It comes after Rishi Sunak promised to halve the rate of inflation this year as the cornerstone of his plans for the economy.

Bank of England officials, concerned about the continuing dramatic rise in prices over the past year, are expected to increase interest rates again at their next meeting.

Analysts said the central bank was likely to increase rates by between 0.25% and 0.5%, although many cautioned that inflation was governed by the global prices of energy and food, which had already begun to decline.

The modest drop in December’s CPI was driven mainly by a significant fall in petrol and diesel prices and a decline in clothing prices growth compared with the same month in 2021.

The ONS chief economist, Grant Fitzner, said petrol fell 8p a litre and diesel prices slumped 16p over the course of December.

However, he said there was sufficient momentum behind price increases in the services sector, and especially hospitality and leisure, to keep prices rising strongly.

Posted at 11/1/2023 07:26 by wolfofhounslow
Fashion retailers ASOS and boohoo endured a tough 2022, but the long road to recovery may have already begun for the pure online players.The last 12 months were dominated by the cost-of-living crisis, soaring inflation and changing consumer habits post-pandemic, culminating in profit warnings and falling share prices.ASOS nosedived 72% in the last year, while competitor boohoo saw shares fall by 64% over the same period.However, 2023 might provide some form of respite, with some City analysts believing things are starting to get better despite the doom and gloom that still lingers.One significant headwind important to all retailers already on its way down is freight costs.Next highlighted this in its trading update last week when it said cost pressures are easing thanks to falling shipping rates.Freight costs, which peaked at roughly US$15,000 per forty-foot container around July according to data from logistics company Freightos, forced retailers into assessing their pricing models.Some, such as Next, decided to raise prices in line with inflation, while others, for example, Primark, froze prices (after a small increase).A reduction in freight costs will not only lead to a significant 'cost of business' expenditure becoming considerably cheaper but could also facilitate retailers clawing back on their prices.The benefit of this, of course, is that the prices become more accessible for the end consumer at a time when household budgets are strained.Aside from inward freight costs, outward delivery (and return) costs also caused the online players a headache as sky-high petrol prices made the process much more expensive.Return rates in particular caused mayhem, with the number of items sent back ballooning as consumer habits shifted from leisure wear during the pandemic to dress and formal wear as the hospitality sector opened once againBoohoo pointed to high return rates as a reason for a fall in sales and profits in its first-half results.However, as John Stevenson, a retail analyst at Liberum notes, return rates in the upcoming year should look favourable, at least on a comparative basis.This is largely due to a normalisation of return rates, given the products that "favour higher return categories like dresses" were on the top of shopping lists as pandemic restrictions eased.Declining petrol prices (below £1.50 per litre for the first time since Russia invaded Ukraine) should also help ease the financial burden associated with processing returns.So, all problems solved?Not really. Aside from macro problems such as the cost of living crisis, each individual player will have their own internal issues to manage.Notably, ASOS is in the process of writing off up to £130mln worth of excess stock while boohoo struggles to shake its reputation for poor working conditions at its warehouses.Easing cost pressures and normalisation of returns is just the first step in the right direction on the long road to recovery for online apparel.
Posted at 06/1/2023 07:53 by ukneonboy
Shares in ASOS plc ended 2022 as the poorest-performing equity across the entire FTSE 100 and FTSE 250 combined.

During the last 12 months, ASOS shares have fallen by over 77%, closing out the year at 516.5p

Investment analysts at Global Wealth Manager, Stifel recently repeated its ‘SELL’ rating, reaffirming its target for ASOS share price of just 350p each, suggesting a continued decline for ASOS shares during what has already been billed as a turbulent time for the retail industry in 2023.

ASOS and rival Boohoo are several online only clothes retailers under the microscope of investors, with professional hedge funds reportedly poised to "short-sell" a string of retail stocks depending on the outcome of their post-Christmas trading updates.

ASOS is scheduled to publish its latest trading update on January 12, on the same day as Marks & Spencer and supermarket giant, Tesco.

Posted at 26/12/2022 12:10 by buy2sell1
SHYSTER - definition: A slang word for someone who acts in a wholly disreputable, unethical, or unscrupulous way, especially in the financial world !!!

HOW TO SPOT A SHARE RAMPING ASOS SHYSTER !!!
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Losses - 25 Oct 2022 - 22:52:57 - ASOS----Fast Celebrity Fashion Online ---- - ASC
"Tenner before xmas"

Losses - 01 Nov 2022 - 11:28:37 - ASOS----Fast Celebrity Fashion Online ---- - ASC
"Yeah added more at 560p yesterday"

Losses - 01 Nov 2022 - 13:44:41 - ASOS----Fast Celebrity Fashion Online ---- - ASC
"Are we heading to 700p at US open?"

Losses - 04 Nov 2022 - 15:07:21 - ASOS----Fast Celebrity Fashion Online ---- - ASC
"Can we get to £10 on the Santa rally"

Losses - 06 Nov 2022 - 18:14:34 - ASOS----Fast Celebrity Fashion Online ---- - ASC
"I’ve been buying from £36.50 all the way to £4.50. Still adding whenever I can".

Losses - 07 Nov 2022 - 12:43:29 - ASOS----Fast Celebrity Fashion Online ---- - ASC
"£10 by Xmas achievable"

Losses - 11 Nov 2022 - 08:39:08 - ASOS----Fast Celebrity Fashion Online ---- - ASC
"Tenner before xmas !"

Losses - 21 Nov 2022 - 14:43:57 - ASOS----Fast Celebrity Fashion Online ---- - ASC
"Buy the dips and come back in a few years"

Losses - 30 Nov 2022 - 13:14:48 - ASOS----Fast Celebrity Fashion Online ---- - ASC
"Just topped up again"

Losses - 08 Dec 2022 - 18:24:36 - ASOS----Fast Celebrity Fashion Online ---- - ASC
"Added a few more at close.."

Losses - 09 Dec 2022 - 11:20:08 - ASOS----Fast Celebrity Fashion Online ---- - ASC
"I’ve got way too many"

Losses - 12 Dec 2022 - 09:54:37 - ASOS----Fast Celebrity Fashion Online ---- - ASC
"Added loads at 560p"

Losses - 13 Dec 2022 - 11:36:02 - ASOS----Fast Celebrity Fashion Online ---- - ASC
"£30 in the making"

Losses - 13 Dec 2022 - 14:22:18 - ASOS----Fast Celebrity Fashion Online ---- - ASC
"Santa rally is defo on now.."

Losses - 14 Dec 2022 - 17:50:06 - ASOS----Fast Celebrity Fashion Online ---- - ASC
"Buy the dips"

Losses - 18 Dec 2022 - 20:33:11 - ASOS----Fast Celebrity Fashion Online ---- - ASC
"Keep filling your boots and knickers"

Losses - 26 Dec 2022 - 08:06:13 - ASOS----Fast Celebrity Fashion Online ---- - ASC
"back to £30 in the coming years"



YOU HAVE NOW BEEN PRE-WARNED !!!

Posted at 26/12/2022 11:52 by buy2sell1
HOW TO SPOT A SHARE RAMPING ASOS SHYSTER !!!
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Losses - 25 Oct 2022 - 22:52:57 - ASOS----Fast Celebrity Fashion Online ---- - ASC
"Tenner before xmas"

Losses - 01 Nov 2022 - 11:28:37 - ASOS----Fast Celebrity Fashion Online ---- - ASC
"Yeah added more at 560p yesterday"

Losses - 01 Nov 2022 - 13:44:41 - ASOS----Fast Celebrity Fashion Online ---- - ASC
"Are we heading to 700p at US open?"

Losses - 04 Nov 2022 - 15:07:21 - ASOS----Fast Celebrity Fashion Online ---- - ASC
"Can we get to £10 on the Santa rally"

Losses - 06 Nov 2022 - 18:14:34 - ASOS----Fast Celebrity Fashion Online ---- - ASC
"I’ve been buying from £36.50 all the way to £4.50. Still adding whenever I can".

Losses - 07 Nov 2022 - 12:43:29 - ASOS----Fast Celebrity Fashion Online ---- - ASC
"£10 by Xmas achievable"

Losses - 11 Nov 2022 - 08:39:08 - ASOS----Fast Celebrity Fashion Online ---- - ASC
"Tenner before xmas !"

Losses - 21 Nov 2022 - 14:43:57 - ASOS----Fast Celebrity Fashion Online ---- - ASC
"Buy the dips and come back in a few years"

Losses - 30 Nov 2022 - 13:14:48 - ASOS----Fast Celebrity Fashion Online ---- - ASC
"Just topped up again"

Losses - 08 Dec 2022 - 18:24:36 - ASOS----Fast Celebrity Fashion Online ---- - ASC
"Added a few more at close.."

Losses - 09 Dec 2022 - 11:20:08 - ASOS----Fast Celebrity Fashion Online ---- - ASC
"I’ve got way too many"

Losses - 12 Dec 2022 - 09:54:37 - ASOS----Fast Celebrity Fashion Online ---- - ASC
"Added loads at 560p"

Losses - 13 Dec 2022 - 11:36:02 - ASOS----Fast Celebrity Fashion Online ---- - ASC
"£30 in the making"

Losses - 13 Dec 2022 - 14:22:18 - ASOS----Fast Celebrity Fashion Online ---- - ASC
"Santa rally is defo on now.."

Losses - 14 Dec 2022 - 17:50:06 - ASOS----Fast Celebrity Fashion Online ---- - ASC
"Buy the dips"

Losses - 18 Dec 2022 - 20:33:11 - ASOS----Fast Celebrity Fashion Online ---- - ASC
"Keep filling your boots and knickers"

Losses - 26 Dec 2022 - 08:06:13 - ASOS----Fast Celebrity Fashion Online ---- - ASC
"back to £30 in the coming years"


SHYSTER - definition: A slang word for someone who acts in a wholly disreputable, unethical, or unscrupulous way, especially in the financial world !!!

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Posted at 23/11/2022 12:59 by fuji99
Kidknocked (Post 19365): Of course there will always be people buying clothes and ASC will be selling too, but, this time is different. People will buy only necessary goods when threats on jobs and higher inflation are still present - because of on-going recession. So ASC will of course be selling but not at the same rate it used to do. This means that its growth will stagnate for a while; and a company not growing as before will see its share price not moving up until recovery starts picking up. IMO we will fluctuate between £5 and £6 for a while if of course its business is not deteriorating and Ukraine conflict not escalating.
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