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BOO Boohoo Group Plc

34.51
-0.09 (-0.26%)
28 Feb 2024 - Closed
Delayed by 15 minutes
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
  -0.09 -0.26% 34.51 3,213,085 16:35:22
Bid Price Offer Price High Price Low Price Open Price
34.43 34.60 34.86 33.90 34.26
Industry Sector Turnover Profit EPS - Basic PE Ratio Market Cap
Womens Hosiery, Except Socks 1.77B -75.6M -0.0596 -5.78 436.72M
Last Trade Time Trade Type Trade Size Trade Price Currency
17:54:13 O 4,022 34.51 GBX

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Posted at 21/2/2024 12:15 by factsandfigures
FORMER ARCADIA BRANDS STILL LOSING MONEY UNDER BOOHOO'S OWNERSHIP
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Data available from Companies House reveals that the former Arcadia brands which were acquired by Boohoo in 2021, are still losing money, after two years under Boohoo's ownership.

Dorothy Perkins reported pre-tax losses of £1.2 Million in the year ending 28 February 2023.

Despite a rise in sales, Debenhams, also reported pre-tax losses of £732,000 in the year ending 28 February 2023.

Menswear retailer Burton reported pre-tax losses of £1.8 Million, in the year ending 28 February 2023.

Wallis was the only brand to make a very small pre-tax profit of £1.2 Million, but it's sales remained flat at just £27 Million.

Worryingly for Boohoo shareholders, revenues from all four brands is expected to decline further this year due to the current cost of living crisis.



Last month Boohoo PLC warned that current trading was "only in line with City expectations" with annual sales expected to be down by between 12% and 17% to 29th February 2024.
Posted at 15/2/2024 15:50 by throgmortonstreet
WHAT DOES " IN LINE WITH EXPECTATIONS " ACTUALLY MEAN FOR BOOHOO SHAREHOLDERS ?
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Let's delve a little bit deeper into that rather obtuse and uninformative RNS statement issued recently by Boohoo PLC.

Jumping back to the Interim Results announced back in October Boohoo PLC warned:

"Revenues in our core brands declined by 10%. Our expectations going forward are for further declines in revenue of between 12% to 17%, with more significant declines in some of our brands".

So back in October that translated into Boohoo PLC reporting both a LOSS and a substantial increase in indebtedness.

Having subsequently endured more poor trading in the run up to Christmas, Boohoo shareholders should be bracing themselves now for bigger financial losses and another huge drop in sales.

Lower prices and intense competition from fast fashion clothing retailers SHEIN and TEMU means Boohoo PLC continues to lose market share across the USA, across Europe and the Rest of the World.

Anybody expecting a significant re-rating of Boohoo shares based solely on falling sales and rising losses is going to be disappointed.

(Boohoo's Full Year results to 29/02/24 won't be released until early May 2024)
Posted at 09/2/2024 08:35 by throgmortonstreet
What does "in line with expectations" actually mean for Boohoo shareholders ??
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Let's just delve a little bit deeper into that rather obtuse and uninformative RNS statement issued recently by Boohoo PLC.

Jumping back to Boohoo's Interim Results announced back in October it warned shareholders:

"Revenues in our core brands declined by 10%. Our expectations going forward are for further declines in revenue of between 12% to 17%, with more significant declines in some of our brands".

So back in October that translated into Boohoo PLC reporting both a LOSS and a substantial increase in indebtedness.

Having subsequently endured more poor trading in the run up to Christmas, and now into January, Boohoo shareholders should be bracing themselves now for bigger financial losses and another huge drop in sales.

Lower prices and intense competition from fast fashion clothing retailers SHEIN and TEMU means Boohoo PLC continues to lose market share across the USA, across Europe and the Rest of the World.

Anybody expecting a significant re-rating of Boohoo shares based solely on falling sales and rising losses is going to be very disappointed.
Posted at 07/2/2024 09:53 by factsandfigures
All you FAILED SHARE RAMPERS and LOSERS are the very reason why BOOHOO shares should come with a wealth warning attached to them !!!



94.59% of all Boohoo's shareholders (including Frasers Group) have lost money or are currently losing money on their Boohoo shares.

Investors should consider whether they fully understand the financial risks associated with Boohoo PLC, and the Kamani family's involvement in the business, factoring in the high probability of them, losing YOUR money !!!

Over 5 years, Boohoo sharesholders have lost 81.59% of their capital

Over 3 years, Boohoo shareholders have lost 90.45% of their capital

Over 1 year, Boohoo shareholders have lost 29.45% of their capital
Posted at 25/1/2024 11:02 by throgmortonstreet
" IN LINE WITH EXPECTATIONS "
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Let's delve a little bit deeper into that rather obtuse and uninformative RNS statement issued recently by Boohoo PLC.

Jumping back to the Interim Results announced back in October Boohoo PLC warned:

"Revenues in our core brands declined by 10%. Our expectations going forward are for further declines in revenue of between 12% to 17%, with more significant declines in some of our brands".

So back in October that translated into Boohoo PLC reporting both a LOSS and a substantial increase in indebtedness.

Having subsequently endured more poor trading in the run up to Christmas, Boohoo shareholders should be bracing themselves now for bigger financial losses and another huge drop in sales.

Lower prices and intense competition from fast fashion clothing retailers SHEIN and TEMU means Boohoo PLC continues to lose market share across the USA, across Europe and the Rest of the World.

Anybody expecting a significant re-rating of Boohoo shares based solely on falling sales and rising losses is going to be disappointed.
Posted at 24/1/2024 08:42 by qantas
Throg Shorts doomed to failure and desperate.

Share price hammering up.

23 January 2024

boohoo group plc

("boohoo" or "the Group")

Trading Update & Directorate Change

Trading Update

boohoo (AIM: BOO), a leading online fashion group, confirms that trading remains in line with market expectations, and that it will report final results for the year ended 28 February 2024 in May.

Please do your own research as always and follow FCA guidelines.
Posted at 22/1/2024 08:09 by shadowfall
Arguably the biggest challenge to BOOHOO PLC lies in the intensifying competition it faces.

Post lockdown, the rising popularity of fashion retailers SHEIN and TEMU, means BOOHOO simply cannot compete on price.

It is also becoming increasingly clear that consumers are favouring hybrid companies such as H&M and ZARA over online only retailers like BOOHOO on account of their physical presence.

Intriguingly, changes in consumer values are also affecting BOOHOO and the rise of second-hand and pre-loved clothing retailers such as VINTED is gaining momentum and thus poses another massive challenge.

And of course, we cannot ignore the huge elephant in the room – the rising cost of living.

For most younger people, and particularly the targeted "20-somethings" demographic of BOOHOO PLC, funds are dwindling. Financial strain means it is increasingly difficult to splash the cash on new casual wear whilst struggling to afford the basics of housing, food and energy costs.

Ultimately, the survival of BOOHOO PLC hangs in the balance and despite the misplaced optimistic outlook of BOOHOO Chief Executive, John Lyttle, there are multiple hurdles that BOOHOO must first conquer in order to survive.
Posted at 09/1/2024 12:38 by millennialinvestor
The real question is this:

How much boo boo profit, is too much boo boo profit?

So much money computer systems crash trying to count it. Special dividends to all boo holders? yes please.
Posted at 08/1/2024 07:43 by shadowfall
Arguably the biggest challenge to BOOHOO PLC lies in the intensifying competition it faces.

Post lockdown, the rising popularity of fashion retailers SHEIN and TEMU, means BOOHOO simply cannot compete on price.

It is also becoming increasingly clear that consumers are favouring hybrid companies such as H&M and ZARA over online only retailers like BOOHOO on account of their physical presence.

Intriguingly, changes in consumer values are also affecting BOOHOO and the rise of second-hand and pre-loved clothing retailers such as VINTED is gaining momentum and thus poses another massive challenge.

And of course, we cannot ignore the huge elephant in the room – the rising cost of living.

For most younger people, and particularly the targeted "20-somethings" demographic of BOOHOO PLC, funds are dwindling. Financial strain means it is increasingly difficult to splash the cash on new casual wear whilst struggling to afford the basics of housing, food and energy costs.

Ultimately, the survival of BOOHOO PLC hangs in the balance and despite the misplaced optimistic outlook of BOOHOO Chief Executive, John Lyttle, there are multiple hurdles that BOOHOO must first conquer in order to survive.
Posted at 14/12/2023 14:35 by factsandfigures
When the Boohoo share prices rise on nothing more than fresh air, it never ends well for Boohoo shareholders !!!



BOOHOO'S CASHFLOW PROBLEMS EXPOSED BY BLACK FRIDAY & CYBER MONDAY WOES
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For anyone that doesn't already know, this is the time of year when Boohoo PLC loses most money.

Boohoo's latest DESPERATION SALES on Black Friday and Cyber Monday have NOT been popular with shoppers.

Despite heavy discounting of previously unsold stock, and offers of "UP TO 90% OFF" Boohoo clothing, shoppers have again chosen NOT to part with their cash.

With Boohoo's Lenders (including HSBC) currently looking on very anxiously, the question now is:

Will the next Boohoo PROFIT WARNING come before Christmas 2023 or will it come in January 2024 ??



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