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
  43.50 5.19% 882.00 756,479 16:35:15
Bid Price Offer Price High Price Low Price Open Price
882.00 883.50 911.00 811.50 811.50
Industry Sector Turnover (m) Profit (m) EPS - Basic PE Ratio Market Cap (m)
General Retailers 3,910.50 177.10 128.90 6.8 881
Last Trade Time Trade Type Trade Size Trade Price Currency
18:00:10 O 22,485 886.144 GBX

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03/7/202212:42ASOS----Fast Celebrity Fashion Online ----17,756
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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 838.50p.
Asos Plc has a 4 week average price of 775p and a 12 week average price of 775p.
The 1 year high share price is 5,238p while the 1 year low share price is currently 775p.
There are currently 99,940,235 shares in issue and the average daily traded volume is 503,020 shares. The market capitalisation of Asos Plc is £881,472,872.70.
factsandfigures: THE CITY'S CHARTISTS SAY ASOS SHARES ARE NOW A "STRONG SELL" !!! ==============================================================
dissentingvoices: Zalando profit warning sends shivers through online fashion retailers ================================================================================== Shares in Zalando plunged by almost a fifth today after Europe’s largest online fashion retailer slashed its outlook for the year as consumers retrench amid deepening recession fears. The Berlin-based company warned that revenues may not increase at all this year following a much weaker than expected second quarter, an abrupt reversal from just four months ago when Zalando forecast growth of 12 to 19 per cent. In a bleak warning issued after markets closed on Thursday, Zalando said that “management now expects macroeconomic challenges to be longer lasting and more intense than previously anticipated.” Its hopes of a “rebound in consumer confidence in the short-term,” had been dashed, the group added. The acknowledgment from Zalando, which was among the beneficiaries as the pandemic forced more shoppers online over the past two years, is one of the starkest signs yet of the toll higher inflation is taking on consumers. While Zalando still expects to be profitable, its predicament is a sharp contrast to the benign backdrop it has enjoyed since going public in Frankfurt in 2014. Since its listing in Frankfurt, Zalando had trumpeted its annual revenue growth of 25 per cent. Last year, buoyed by the pandemic, its revenues surged 30 per cent. However, even before Thursday’s warning, Zalando’s shares been under pressure, making it the worst performing member of Germany’s Dax 40 blue-chip index, as investors anticipated that shopping habits adopted during the pandemic may not last. Today's share price fall takes Zalando below its 2014 IPO price of €21.50.
cirlbunting1: Think theres been an overreaction to this stock. The story is no longer being bought/people are fed up. I get it. Although people forget - ASC has been around for 2 crashes (GFC & dotcom) & survived arguably much worse economic climates. I think ASC will cont. to be around. I still believe profits are secondary. I think the #1 priority here has to be to make asos designs the #1 brand. After that - everything else will fall into place. You would hope.
melegramforttongo: fuji9917 Jun '22 - 13:47 - 17698 of 17708 0 3 0 Exactly. Just buy and forget. Due to the very limited number of shares issued (only 99M) the share price is very sensitive in both directions - upwards and downwards. So we can see it pretty quickly regaining lost ground within a week or two. 👆🏿👆🏿 8070;🏿 This guy has chased boohoo all the way down from £3+ He was promoting this when it was way above £50… “ just buy and forget about it “ His comment tells you all that he has badly screwed up here also . Never catch a falling knife 🔪 bozo. If you believe it will rocket then wait for a genuine up trend to re establish . You don’t need to get in at the absolute bottom … though eventually you might as you have tried so many times .. Fuji - discredited on here and boohoo .
fuji99: Exactly. Just buy and forget. Due to the very limited number of shares issued (only 99M) the share price is very sensitive in both directions - upwards and downwards. So we can see it pretty quickly regaining lost ground within a week or two.
fuji99: What is amazing is ASC has a market Cap of just 890 Million for a turnover of 3.9 Billion ! Not surprised to see it becoming a target of a predatory "vulture" Capital Group if the share price remains subdued as it is in the next few weeks.
wigwammer: 2 days ago jw330 wrote that ASC is "Certainly good value here"... one of the worst calls on advfn this year.... I don't own ASC, but I pity anyone who acted on his poorly conceived enthusiasm. ATB
jw330: Trading update PBT 20 to 60m Debt increasing Share price looking expensive still...
fuji99: We have a situation of catch 22 all over the world. In one hand higher inflation so higher prices caused by shortages of goods in the market due to supply chain bottle necks (Covid related) and now Russia/Ukraine war effects - and in the other hand the only remedy left to central banks is raising interest rates. If interest rates rise mortgages payments will rise, investors will pay more to borrow money - so they will not borrow thus not invest = less jobs created, more redundancies etc. Inflation will drop because people are not spending but there won't be any job creation - economy will stagnate. So no matter what is done, there are too many uncertainties on the whole economy - jobs, food shortages etc. Is this a precursor for a hard and long recession fueled by the Russia/Ukraine conflict which does not look having a solution at all as long as Putin is in charge ? My own conclusion is that people will automatically look to buying cheaper, cut their expenditure, their driving, their holidays, clothes, outings/restaurants/hobbies etc. Retailers will have to reduce prices to attract buyers meaning margin/profit erosion etc. All this will have a negative effect on share prices for particularly retailers - The share price has to adjust accordingly - unfortunately in the negative direction. IMO it is almost impossible to predict a bottom for the likes of Asos under current geopolitical situation.
wolfofhounslow: ASOS shares: back in fashion?In addition to positive results, Dunn confirmed that plans to delist from the AIM market and 'move to the Main Market of the London Stock Exchange to trade as a FTSE 250 company by the end of February. Together, the news sent the ASOS share price up over 11%. If it returns to its prior valuation, ASOS could find itself inside the FTSE 100 before long.The move will cost between £10 million and £13 million and be treated as a non-recurring adjusted item. But it could well be worth the money. As a FTSE 250 constituent, ASOS shares will inevitably be bought in bulk by both institutional and retail investors looking for passive returns inside index trackers and Exchange Traded Funds. And it may see some of ASOS's unpredictable volatility settle down.In addition, there have been significant changes in the boardroom. CEO Nick Beighton left in October. Chairman Adam Crozier was poached by BT. But it's added multiple new board members, including a former Zalando board member, Jorgen Lindemann.And while ASOS claims that 'we don't do fashion like anyone else does fashion,' its archenemy Boohoo would beg to differ. ASOS and Boohoo fought over the bones of Philip Green's crumbling Arcadia empire early last year, with Boohoo snapping up Dorothy Perkins, Wallis and Burton. But by leaving the smaller operator behind on AIM, retail analyst Nick Bubb thinks ASOS has 'set the cat amongst the pigeons at Boohoo HQ.' While the chances of a Boohoo recovery in 2022 seemed evenly weighted, this latest move might see the scales tipped in ASOS's favour.And ASOS won the battle for the Topshop and Miss Selfridge brands, spending £330 million for the pair in February last year. While some analysts thought they had overpaid for two failed brand names, the company reported 'strong growth of more than 200% year-over-year.'The ASOS share price could be back in fashion before long. But as its customers know, fashion is a fickle mistress.Go short and long with spread bets, CFDs and share dealing on 16,000+ shares with the UK's No.1 platform.* Learn more about trading shares with us, or open an account to get started today.* Best trading platform as awarded at the ADVFN International Financial Awards 2021
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