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Share Name Share Symbol Market Type Share ISIN Share Description
Boohoo Group Plc LSE:BOO London Ordinary Share JE00BG6L7297 ORD 1P
  Price Change % Change Share Price Shares Traded Last Trade
  2.10 0.63% 336.90 6,012,947 16:35:15
Bid Price Offer Price High Price Low Price Open Price
337.70 338.50 338.90 326.40 330.00
Industry Sector Turnover (m) Profit (m) EPS - Basic PE Ratio Market Cap (m)
General Retailers 1,234.88 92.22 5.48 61.5 4,249
Last Trade Time Trade Type Trade Size Trade Price Currency
18:08:09 O 147,929 330.00 GBX

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28/2/202121:56BooHoo - let's try again lol!44,512
28/2/202119:55BOOHOO213
28/2/202118:47Boohoo - The road to Ј7.5bn mkt cap250
28/2/202115:14BOOHOO - highly critical report by SHADOWFALL - worth reading33
28/2/202114:36Boohoo - The road to Ј7.5 bn mkt cap37

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28/2/2021
08:20
Boohoo Daily Update: Boohoo Group Plc is listed in the General Retailers sector of the London Stock Exchange with ticker BOO. The last closing price for Boohoo was 334.80p.
Boohoo Group Plc has a 4 week average price of 326.40p and a 12 week average price of 288.70p.
The 1 year high share price is 433.30p while the 1 year low share price is currently 133.15p.
There are currently 1,261,276,479 shares in issue and the average daily traded volume is 7,724,378 shares. The market capitalisation of Boohoo Group Plc is £4,249,240,457.75.
26/2/2021
08:35
buy2sell1: the boo share price is up a bit on earlier, but the trading day is far from over yet
25/2/2021
09:35
guruofcanada: Silver. We’ve probably all bitten a few times! I think the boo share price is reasonably priced between 341 to 352, beyond that it’s overpriced until they do see a return on investments - that is likely to take 6-12 months. Although, I know the Debenhams database of customers is very extensive, they could be cheeky and use it? Let’s see! Value wise the PE is high if you factor in the price of exchange rate risks and trade blocks. Boo really needs to push hard for a USA hub (Americans love outlet malls and really internet fashion purchases are in infancy), the pieces are in place following the KM acquisition. Things are gearing up, I see fedex is starting a major expansion of the domestic market and that’s not just for amazon.
24/2/2021
09:36
buy2sell1: Here's another interesting fact: If a relative / family member dies and you inherit their shares, (e.g. Boohoo) the recipient acquires them at what is officially known as "the Probate price". Put simply, this is the price of Boohoo shares as at the date of the death and this forms the basis of the recipients acquisition cost. So if someone died in June 2020 and the Boohoo share price (on the day of death) was 393p .............. that is the price the recipient is deemed to have paid. Obviously if the Boohoo share price today was only 350p, and the recipient sold his inherited Boohoo shares, he would make a MASSIVE LOSS ON BOOHOO shares. A reputable local Solictor should be consulted for professional guidance and advice, but some less well informed ADVFN users, were posting factually inaccurate information about the Recipient's "deemed acquisition cost" yesterday
24/2/2021
05:29
buy2sell1: FACT: ALL OF BOOHOO SHAREHOLDERS (Large & Small) should be aware that Senior Executives at Boohoo PLC are in line to receive an ABSURD £150 million cash windfall Bonus if shares in Boohoo PLC rise to 600p each within the next two and a half years. But where is the Bonus money potentially coming from ? Straight out of the pockets of BOOHOO's own SHAREHOLDERS !!! ============================================================ In 2020 Boohoo PLC only made a (PRE-TAX) profit of £92 million, but yet £150 million could potentially be DIVERTED to the Kamani Family and other PDMR's ========================================================================================= Under the RIDICULOUSLY GENEROUS terms of the Boohoo Senior Executive Incentive Scheme, key top executives will share a maximum pay out of £150 million, if Boohoo’s market value (market capitalisation) can be MANIPULATED upwards from £4.2 Billion to £7.55 Billion by 17 June 2023. (Put simply, to trigger these MASSIVE windfalls, the Boohoo share price just has to reach £6 per share by June 2023) Participants in the Boohoo Senior Executive Incentive Scheme include the founders, Mahmud Kamani and Carol Kane, who will each receive £50m or a third of the payout, and the chief financial officer, Neil Catto, who will get 6.67%. Also included in the plan is Samir Kamani, the youngest son of Mahmud Kamani, who is in line to receive 16.67% of the Bonus pot. The remaining 10% is to be used to reward other key individuals, in the wider management team, with no one person set to receive more than 3%. Despite Boohoo PLC now claiming that it consulted on the Boohoo Senior Exec Incentive Scheme with Zeus Capital, (who just happens to be Boohoo’s Nominated Adviser and joint Corporate Finance Stockbroker), rather BIZARRELY and some say, rather too conveniently, Boohoo PLC broke the UK’s Corporate Governance code again, by choosing NOT to put the Boohoo Senior Executive Incentive Scheme to a formal shareholder vote. Again, (rather too conveniently), Boohoo PLC now claims that approval by Boohoo’s own shareholders was NOT needed, despite the fact that a staggering £150 million worth of SHAREHOLDER FUNDS could potentially now be diverted to the Kamani Family & other Boohoo Directors. ========================================================================================== Shareholders in Boohoo PLC should also be aware that the Boohoo Senior Executive Incentive Scheme (mentioned above) is completely separate to the Bonus plan that was created by Boohoo PLC for the Chief Executive, John Lyttle, when he was poached from Primark in 2018. C.E.O John Lyttle also gets a second bite of the cherry in the form of a further £50 million financial windfall if Boohoo’s stockmarket value (market capitalisation) reaches £6 Billion by 2024. ==========================================================================================
23/2/2021
14:58
melegramfortongo: Share price drops to 300 Borg :- “ cheap 10000 shares for me “ Share price drops to 200 Borg :- “ absolute bargain 20000 shares for me “ Share price drops to 100 Borg :- “ what an opportunity 40000 shares for me “ Share price drops to 0 Borg :- “ best short of my life “
23/2/2021
07:14
chainsaws: For what it is worth, and assuming anybody is vaguely interested. Knowledge is power, so here are some very interesting stats. The Price Earnings ratio allows us to measure and compare similar businesses and then draw conclusions about whether something is OVER-VALUED or CHEAP. Current Price to Earnings Ratios as at today, now, this minute ==================================================================== Boohoo PLC price to earning 64 times (VERY EXPENSIVE) share price OVER-VALUED ASOS PLC price to earnings 45 times (NOT CHEAP) share price HIGH NEXT PLC price to earnings 16 times (VERY CHEAP) share price GOOD VALUE
21/2/2021
08:56
ukneonboy: BOOHOO TO GIVE "HUSH HUSH" MONEY TO IT'S WORKFORCE TO STOP WHISTLE BLOWING ?? ========================================================================================= One of Boohoo's worst kept secrets was finally disclosed via R.N.S late on Friday afternoon, (19/02/21) long after the stockmarket had officially closed for the day. It is now officially public knowledge that Boohoo's workforce are to be given some "free" shares in Boohoo, but the downside is, there is a 3 year lock-in period before employees can sell. Some of us more cynical folks are calling it a blatant attempt by Boohoo's management team, to try to stop all the whistle blowing. (An especially large Boohoo warehouse in Burnley full of unsold and unwanted Boohoo clothing, springs to mind, immediately) But just receiving the promise of eventually getting 974 shares in Boohoo, kind of pales into insignificance, compared to the avaricious greed associated with the Boohoo Senior Management Incentive Scheme. Unsurprisingly, during the heart of the CoVid19 crisis last Summer, Boohoo's Senior Execs hatched up a scheme to give themselves £150 million worth of "Boohoo SHAREHOLDER" money in the form of an Incentive Bonus Scheme. It was NEVER put to a shareholder vote, it was NEVER approved by Boohoo shareholders, and no doubt the large City institutional shareholders and the Financial Conduct Authority will be watching and waiting, to ensure that the Boohoo share price is NOT "manipulated upward" for personal financial gain by the Boohoo Directors, Senior Execs and the P.D.M.R's £50 million cash windfalls to Mahmud Kamani, Carol Kane, John Lyttle, Samir Kamani and smaller windfalls to Neil Catto and others, is the rough equivalent of wiping out more than ONE year's worth of Boohoo's PRE-TAX profits !!! Hashtag: GREED, GREED & MORE GREED !!!
19/2/2021
11:33
sutton3: Morning All lets hope this doesn't get the trolls on here. I posted this on the other site earler but didn't get a reply from Chainsaws. I know how to do the math's but that doesn't explain why so many companies have different PEs for BooHoo. I am just interested in how Adven get to their PE. Here is a report providing yet another better PE. Paul Summers Yahoo Finance. 26 January 2021·3-min read The Boohoo (LSE: BOO) share price was in fine form yesterday following the announcement of its deal to acquire the brand and website of department store Debenhams. As a holder, this news makes me even more confident that my stake in the company can steadily appreciate over the next few years. Let me explain why. Bullish on Boohoo The capture of Debenhams looks sound for a few reasons. First, it shows the level of Boohoo’s ambition. By marking its foray into new markets — beauty, sports and homewares — the company can’t be accused of resting on its laurels. Developing “the UK’s largest marketplace” should ensure it reaches an even wider audience with an increasing number of brands. On top of this, the Debenhams acquisition also gives Boohoo another route to selling its own clothes. These now include more ‘mature’ labels such as Oasis and Coast as well as the hyper-popular PrettyLittleThing. Then there’s the price tag. For £55m, the Manchester-based business will adopt and relaunch a website that receives 300 million or so visits per annum. It also made roughly £400m in revenue last year. When one considers that Boohoo isn’t taking on the burden of any of the physical stores or stock, that looks like a blinding deal. Other attractions Another reason for me thinking Boohoo’s share price could rise over the next few years relates to the current valuation. A price-to-earnings (P/E) ratio of 32 looks increasingly reasonable for a company making money hand over fist, even during a pandemic. The argument becomes even stronger to me when it’s considered that many loss-making companies across the pond are trading at bubble-like prices. Evidence of a speedy fix to the supply chain problems that dogged the company last year should add more pennies to the Boohoo share price. In fact, the Environmental Social Governance (ESG) funds that were quick to dump their holdings may suddenly find themselves needing to pay a far higher price to buy back in.
19/2/2021
10:58
chainsaws: BOOHOO'S SMALL PRIVATE SHAREHOLDERS SHOULD TAKE NOTE OF THESE OBSERVATIONS When the next Boohoo share price collapse comes it is going to be MASSIVE and it WILL make the 3 previous PEAK falls look miniscule in comparison. Boohoo's Directors know this, Boohoo's Senior Execs know this and Boohoo's P.D.M.R's know this. The PERFECT STORM is coming - maybe not today, maybe not next week, maybe even sometime AFTER the Financial Year End, but it's coming............ All the relevant sign posts are signalling it...... The important thing for all small private investors to remember is, when the BOOHOO share price FALLS, it goes down very quickly, as momentum builds and the Sellers start bailing out fast. Small Private Investors, definitely do NOT want to be the last ones trying to sell out. Notes: RED FLAGS signal Danger Ahead
19/2/2021
09:05
sutton3: Chainsaws: I know how to do the math's but that doesn't explain why so many companies have different PEs for BooHoo. I am just interested in how Adven get to their PE. Here is a report providing yet another better PE. Paul Summers Yahoo Finance. 26 January 2021·3-min read The Boohoo (LSE: BOO) share price was in fine form yesterday following the announcement of its deal to acquire the brand and website of department store Debenhams. As a holder, this news makes me even more confident that my stake in the company can steadily appreciate over the next few years. Let me explain why. Bullish on Boohoo The capture of Debenhams looks sound for a few reasons. First, it shows the level of Boohoo’s ambition. By marking its foray into new markets — beauty, sports and homewares — the company can’t be accused of resting on its laurels. Developing “the UK’s largest marketplace” should ensure it reaches an even wider audience with an increasing number of brands. On top of this, the Debenhams acquisition also gives Boohoo another route to selling its own clothes. These now include more ‘mature’ labels such as Oasis and Coast as well as the hyper-popular PrettyLittleThing. Then there’s the price tag. For £55m, the Manchester-based business will adopt and relaunch a website that receives 300 million or so visits per annum. It also made roughly £400m in revenue last year. When one considers that Boohoo isn’t taking on the burden of any of the physical stores or stock, that looks like a blinding deal. Other attractions Another reason for me thinking Boohoo’s share price could rise over the next few years relates to the current valuation. A price-to-earnings (P/E) ratio of 32 looks increasingly reasonable for a company making money hand over fist, even during a pandemic. The argument becomes even stronger to me when it’s considered that many loss-making companies across the pond are trading at bubble-like prices. Evidence of a speedy fix to the supply chain problems that dogged the company last year should add more pennies to the Boohoo share price. In fact, the Environmental Social Governance (ESG) funds that were quick to dump their holdings may suddenly find themselves needing to pay a far higher price to buy back in.
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