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BOO Boohoo Group Plc

33.58
-0.04 (-0.12%)
22 Apr 2024 - Closed
Delayed by 15 minutes
Boohoo Investors - BOO

Boohoo Investors - BOO

Share Name Share Symbol Market Stock Type
Boohoo Group Plc BOO London Ordinary Share
  Price Change Price Change % Share Price Last Trade
-0.04 -0.12% 33.58 16:35:28
Open Price Low Price High Price Close Price Previous Close
33.32 32.96 34.30 33.58 33.62
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Industry Sector
GENERAL RETAILERS

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Posted at 15/3/2024 11:17 by seedoftongo
The pending ban news is sinking in …

Investors realising that every avenue to salvation is now closed .
Boohoo investors are now effectively in a gas chamber clambering on top of one another to get to the skylight … none of them will make it …
Posted at 30/10/2023 12:35 by factsandfigures
BOOHOO DIRECTORS FACING £100 MILLION LAWSUIT OVER MODERN DAY SLAVERY BREACHES
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Directors at Boohoo PLC are facing a £100 Million lawsuit from some of its investors after allegations of modern day slavery wiped over £1 Billion from the business’ value.

The fashion retailer is being targeted by City lawyers looking for compensation for Boohoo's larger shareholders who suffered steep losses following claims of forced labour in Boohoo’s UK factories.

The allegations were first reported by The Sunday Times in 2020 before being verified in an independent review by barrister Alison Levitt KC.



Levitt found that “allegations about poor working conditions and low rates of pay in many Leicester factories are not merely well-founded but substantially true”.

She added: “Boohoo’s monitoring of its Leicester supply chain was inadequate and this was attributable to weak corporate governance.”

The fashion retailer is understood to have instructed lawyers at Herbert Smith Freehills to try ward off any potential litigation, which could involve some 100 institutional investors.

The modern day slavery revelations saw Boohoo dropped from several retailers’ websites and wiped around £1.1bn off its market value.

This fall in value is the basis for the investors’ bid to claim compensation.
Posted at 30/10/2023 07:08 by factsandfigures
BOOHOO FACING £100 MILLION LAWSUIT OVER MODERN DAY SLAVERY BREACHES
===================================================================

Boohoo PLC is facing a £100 Million lawsuit from some of its investors after allegations of modern day slavery wiped over £1 Billion from the business’ value.

The fashion retailer is being targeted by City lawyers looking for compensation for Boohoo's larger shareholders who suffered steep losses following claims of forced labour in Boohoo’s UK factories.

The allegations were first reported by The Sunday Times in 2020 before being verified in an independent review by barrister Alison Levitt KC.



Levitt found that “allegations about poor working conditions and low rates of pay in many Leicester factories are not merely well-founded but substantially true”.

She added: “Boohoo’s monitoring of its Leicester supply chain was inadequate and this was attributable to weak corporate governance.”

The fashion retailer is understood to have instructed lawyers at Herbert Smith Freehills to ward off any potential litigation, which could involve some 100 institutional investors.

A spokesman for Boohoo stated: “A formal claim relating to this matter has not been received yet but any proceedings will be robustly defended.”

The modern day slavery revelations saw Boohoo dropped from several retailers’ websites and wiped around £1.1bn off its market value.

This fall in value is the basis for the investors’ bid to claim compensation.
Posted at 27/10/2023 14:45 by factsandfigures
For anyone that missed this earlier and for those LOSERS that can't afford a newspaper.



BOOHOO FACING £100 MILLION LAWSUIT OVER MODERN DAY SLAVERY BREACHES
===================================================================

Boohoo PLC is facing a £100 Million lawsuit from some of its investors after allegations of modern day slavery wiped over £1 Billion from the business’ value.

The fashion retailer is being targeted by City lawyers looking for compensation for Boohoo's larger shareholders who suffered steep losses following claims of forced labour in Boohoo’s UK factories.

The allegations were first reported by The Sunday Times in 2020 before being verified in an independent review by barrister Alison Levitt KC.

Levitt found that “allegations about poor working conditions and low rates of pay in many Leicester factories are not merely well-founded but substantially true”.

She added: “Boohoo’s monitoring of its Leicester supply chain was inadequate and this was attributable to weak corporate governance.”

The fashion retailer is understood to have instructed lawyers at Herbert Smith Freehills to ward off any potential litigation, which could involve some 100 institutional investors.

A spokesman for Boohoo stated: “A formal claim relating to this matter has not been received yet but any proceedings will be robustly defended.”

The modern day slavery revelations saw Boohoo dropped from several retailers’ websites and wiped around £1.1bn off its market value.

This fall in value is the basis for the investors’ bid to claim compensation.
Posted at 27/10/2023 07:50 by factsandfigures
BOOHOO FACING £100 MILLION LAWSUIT OVER MODERN DAY SLAVERY BREACHES
===================================================================

Boohoo PLC is facing a £100 Million lawsuit from some of its investors after allegations of modern day slavery wiped over £1 Billion from the business’ value.

The fashion retailer is being targeted by City lawyers looking for compensation for Boohoo's larger shareholders who suffered steep losses following claims of forced labour in Boohoo’s UK factories.

The allegations were first reported by The Sunday Times in 2020 before being verified in an independent review by barrister Alison Levitt KC.

Levitt found that “allegations about poor working conditions and low rates of pay in many Leicester factories are not merely well-founded but substantially true”.

She added: “Boohoo’s monitoring of its Leicester supply chain was inadequate and this was attributable to weak corporate governance.”

The fashion retailer is understood to have instructed lawyers at Herbert Smith Freehills to ward off any potential litigation, which could involve some 100 institutional investors.

A spokesman for Boohoo stated: “A formal claim relating to this matter has not been received yet but any proceedings will be robustly defended.”

The modern day slavery revelations saw Boohoo dropped from several retailers’ websites and wiped around £1.1bn off its market value.

This fall in value is the basis for the investors’ bid to claim compensation.
Posted at 26/10/2023 12:50 by factsandfigures
The research has already been done, this time, by the Daily Telegraph and others.






Boohoo faces £100 Million lawsuit over modern day slavery breaches
===================================================================

Boohoo PLC is facing a £100 Million lawsuit from some of its investors after allegations of modern day slavery wiped over £1 Billion from the business’ value.

The fashion retailer is being targeted by City lawyers looking for compensation for Boohoo's larger shareholders who suffered steep losses following claims of forced labour in Boohoo’s UK factories.

The allegations were first reported by The Sunday Times in 2020 before being verified in an independent review by barrister Alison Levitt KC.

Levitt found that “allegations about poor working conditions and low rates of pay in many Leicester factories are not merely well-founded but substantially true”.

She added: “Boohoo’s monitoring of its Leicester supply chain was inadequate and this was attributable to weak corporate governance.”

The fashion retailer is understood to have instructed lawyers at Herbert Smith Freehills to ward off any potential litigation, which could involve some 100 institutional investors.

A spokesman for Boohoo stated: “A formal claim relating to this matter has not been received yet but any proceedings will be robustly defended.”

The modern day slavery revelations saw Boohoo dropped from several retailers’ websites and wiped around £1.1bn off its market value.

This fall in value is the basis for the investors’ bid to claim compensation.
Posted at 16/10/2023 16:42 by voicingdissent
Millstone Investor

You post the fiction....................... we'll deliver the facts !!!



27 MONTHS LATER & YOU ARE NOT EVEN CLOSE, MILLSTONE
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MillennialInvestor - 01 Jul 2021 - 16:05:13 - 53996 of 54150 BooHoo - let's try again lol! - BOO
400p this friday

MillennialInvestor - 02 Jul 2021 - 12:17:01 - 54019 of 54150 BooHoo - let's try again lol! - BOO
400p by friday!!

MillennialInvestor - 05 Jul 2021 - 11:07:13 - 45 of 59 MILLSTONE INVESTOR sacked in less than 24 hours !!! - BOO
Hey Shadowfall - 400p by friday!!

MillennialInvestor - 06 Jul 2021 - 15:16:41 - 54078 of 54150 BooHoo - let's try again lol! - BOO
Cheeky pop at 320p today, watch out for the pop at 350p - I can smell it

MillennialInvestor - 07 Jul 2021 - 13:52:02 - 54108 of 54150 BooHoo - let's try again lol! - BOO
Share price looking strong. I can see this going higher today

MillennialInvestor - 08 Jul 2021 - 09:12:57 - 54113 of 54150 BooHoo - let's try again lol! - BOO
yes stewar06, 400p by friday so up your longs
Posted at 18/9/2023 16:15 by melegramforttongo
Millstone versus Marshall Wace .

😂😂😂😂 8514;😂ԅ14;😂😂;😂😂😂😂28514;

The final solution to destroy all useless investors could begin soon on here .
All useless investors will be placed within the investor incinerator if the trap door to sub 30 pence opens.

Again, for those easily offended ,please note this is only a virtual incinerator and no investor will be harmed in any physical manner .
This virtual incinerator destroys the reputation of the useless investors alias.

They may carry on posting , but they will forever be known as the useless investor that lost it all on boohoo .
Posted at 01/9/2023 13:43 by voicingdissent
Millstone Investor

You post the fiction....................... we'll post the facts !!!



25 MONTHS LATER & YOU ARE NOT EVEN CLOSE, MILLSTONE
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MillennialInvestor - 01 Jul 2021 - 16:05:13 - 53996 of 54150 BooHoo - let's try again lol! - BOO
400p this friday

MillennialInvestor - 02 Jul 2021 - 12:17:01 - 54019 of 54150 BooHoo - let's try again lol! - BOO
400p by friday!!

MillennialInvestor - 05 Jul 2021 - 11:07:13 - 45 of 59 MILLSTONE INVESTOR sacked in less than 24 hours !!! - BOO
Hey Shadowfall - 400p by friday!!

MillennialInvestor - 06 Jul 2021 - 15:16:41 - 54078 of 54150 BooHoo - let's try again lol! - BOO
Cheeky pop at 320p today, watch out for the pop at 350p - I can smell it

MillennialInvestor - 07 Jul 2021 - 13:52:02 - 54108 of 54150 BooHoo - let's try again lol! - BOO
Share price looking strong. I can see this going higher today

MillennialInvestor - 08 Jul 2021 - 09:12:57 - 54113 of 54150 BooHoo - let's try again lol! - BOO
yes stewar06, 400p by friday so up your longs
Posted at 13/7/2023 16:40 by ukneonboy
How much money did you lose on your Boohoo shares ??
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3 Months - investors typically lost 26.94%

6 Months - investors typically lost 17.20%

1 Year - investors typically lost 33.86%

3 Years - investors typically lost 86.61%

5 Years - investors typically lost 82.11%


(and just to make things even worse, Boohoo PLC does NOT pay out dividends to shareholders)

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