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Boohoo Group Plc LSE:BOO London Ordinary Share JE00BG6L7297 ORD 1P
  Price Change % Change Share Price Shares Traded Last Trade
  3.90 1.22% 323.90 3,965,906 16:35:21
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324.00 324.40 324.90 318.80 319.90
Industry Sector Turnover (m) Profit (m) EPS - Basic PE Ratio Market Cap (m)
General Retailers 1,745.30 124.70 7.43 43.6 4,085
Last Trade Time Trade Type Trade Size Trade Price Currency
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18/5/2021
09:20
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 320p.
Boohoo Group Plc has a 4 week average price of 295.20p and a 12 week average price of 295.20p.
The 1 year high share price is 433.30p while the 1 year low share price is currently 197.60p.
There are currently 1,261,276,479 shares in issue and the average daily traded volume is 5,920,117 shares. The market capitalisation of Boohoo Group Plc is £4,085,274,515.48.
18/5/2021
16:54
ukneonboy: Dug this one out of the archives just for our critics and for HMRC and for anybody else that is interested BOOHOO - HOW WE MADE BIG BUCKS SPREAD BETTING ON BOOHOO (by UKNEONBOY) ============================================================================= In this case, shares in BOOHOO were trading at 372p – 374p (where 372p is the sell price and 374p is the buy price). The spread is 2p. So we wanted to open a SELL (short) position (going short) at £1,000 per point because we thought the price of BOOHOO would go, DOWN, DOWN, DOWN !!! Obviously if the BOOHOO price moved up and against us, we would have lost considerably more than our outlay as our LOSSES would theoretically be based on the full value of the contract. As we expected....... our prediction was spot-on and the price of BOOHOO dropped off a cliff to 314p. We thought this was a good time to BANK MORE PROFITS ON BOOHOO so we decided to "reverse the bet" and "close out" at around 315p (the buying price). The BOOHOO share price had moved 57 points (372p – 315p) in our favour. So to calculate our winnings just multiply our stake of £1,000 by 57 which is £57,000 At which point, WE ALL STARTED CHEERING & POPPING THE FIZZY STUFF !!! But it gets better still......... we actually HAD (emphasis being HAD) multiple spread bets, so the WINNINGS were actually 20 times bigger...... Hashtag: YOU MIGHT NOT LIKE IT, BUT YOU WILL NEVER CHANGE IT !!!
17/5/2021
11:42
ukneongal: Share Price Information for Boohoo (BOO) London Stock Exchange Share Price is delayed by 15 minutes Get Live Data Share Price: 321.90Bid: 321.90Ask: 322.10Change: 3.30 (1.04%) Spread: 0.20 (0.06%)Open: 320.30High: 323.50Low: 317.20Yest. Close: 318.60 BOO Live PriceLast checked at 11:47:45 Open Short Positions in Boohoo There are currently no open short positions in Boohoo.
13/5/2021
14:57
factsandfigures: BOOHOO: THE VIEW FROM NORTH AMERICA by Kerry Brannigan --------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------- Boohoo PLC finds itself starting its 2021/22 financial year with its share price still well down on last summer’s peaks – after almost halving at one point - and it is still struggling to repair its tarnished reputation following worker exploitation and financial scandal revelations within its supply chain. We also can’t overlook the fact that Boohoo was on the wrong end of a social media backlash on Black Friday last year, when its youth brand Pretty Little Thing offered a string of deals with up to 99% off the full-price, including high-heeled shoes on sale for just 34 cents and dresses for just 11 cents. Boohoo PLC, which owns Pretty Little Thing alongside brands including Nasty Gal and Karen Millen, also offered up to 80% off its products, with skirts for as little as $2.20 It seems an extraordinarily tone-deaf move, given that Boohoo PLC has been repeatedly rocked with scandals over poor working conditions and financial malpractices within its U.K.supply chain. Boohoo’s fall from grace was sparked by a Sunday Times newspaper investigation which found that some workers in factories making and supplying Boohoo branded clothing in Leicester, were being paid as little as $4.75-an-hour, compared with the U.K. National Minimum Wage of $11.15- an-hour. Working conditions at these factories were also exposed as inadequate, sparking a political storm and the intervention by the U.K. Home Secretary, Priti Patel. Priti Patel told Boohoo C.E.O John Lyttle in no uncertain terms that Boohoo PLC must "step up and take responsibility" and added: “Let this be a warning to those who are exploiting people in sweatshops like these for their own commercial gain. This is just the start. What you are doing is illegal, it will not be tolerated and we are coming after you.” Shares in the AIM-listed company almost halved overnight from a peak of $5.63 to a low of $2.85 as major investors scrambled to disassociate themselves from the company and even now the price has only partly recovered some of those losses Not surprisingly, Boohoo PLC has now been forced to try to repair its tarnished reputation, especially after a further revelation involving a BBC investigation discovered that a network of Leicester-based suppliers were involved in V.A.T. fraud and money laundering. Then, Black Friday brought even more controversy, proving that Boohoo PLC had learned little about taking environmental issues seriously and alongside the huge social media backlash, environmental experts voiced their own concerns about the hidden environmental costs. Kerry Brannigan, Author and Founder of the Conscious Fashion Campaign pressure group stated: “The ever-perpetuating cycle of over-production and consumption relies on the use of natural resources that massively contribute to environmental degradation and quite honestly, is any cheaply priced garment truly worth the depletion of our natural resources ?”
12/5/2021
20:24
ukneonboy: BOOHOO - HOW WE MADE BIG BUCKS SPREAD BETTING ON BOOHOO (by UKNEONBOY) ============================================================================= In this case, shares in BOOHOO were trading at 372p – 374p (where 372p is the sell price and 374p is the buy price). The spread is 2p. So we wanted to open a SELL (short) position (going short) at £1,000 per point because we thought the price of BOOHOO would go, DOWN, DOWN, DOWN !!! Obviously if the BOOHOO price moved up and against us, we would have lost considerably more than our outlay as our LOSSES would theoretically be based on the full value of the contract. As we expected....... our prediction was spot-on and the price of BOOHOO dropped off a cliff to 314p. We thought this was a good time to BANK MORE PROFITS ON BOOHOO so we decided to "reverse the bet" and "close out" at around 315p (the buying price). The BOOHOO share price had moved 57 points (372p – 315p) in our favour. So to calculate our winnings just multiply our stake of £1,000 by 57 which is £57,000 At which point, WE ALL STARTED CHEERING & POPPING THE FIZZY STUFF !!! But it gets better still......... we actually HAD (emphasis being HAD) multiple spread bets, so the WINNINGS were actually 20 times bigger......
12/5/2021
20:21
ukneonboy: HOW NOT TO SPREAD BET ON BOOHOO (by CHESS123) ========================================================= In this case, shares in BOOHOO are trading at 372p – 374p (where 372p is the sell price and 374p is the buy price). The spread is 2p. Let's assume like CHESS123 that you want to open a buy position (go long) at £100 per point because you think the price of BOOHOO will go up. Remember CHESS123 that if the BOOHOO price moves against you, you WILL lose considerably more than your outlay as your LOSSES will be based on the full value of the contract. Unfortunately, as is usually the case, CHESS123’s prediction was wrong and the price of BOOHOO dropped off a cliff to 314p. CHESS123 now realises the BOOHOO share price is likely to continue dropping, so to limit his losses, he decides to sell and "close out" the bet at just 314p (the current sell price). The BOOHOO share price moved 60 points (374p – 314p) against CHESS123. CHESS123 then multiplies his stake of £100 by 60 to calculate his loss, which is a massive £6,000. At which point, EVERYBODY on ADVFN starts laughing at CHESS123 (again)
10/5/2021
09:50
factsandfigures: It's been such a shouty morning some of you may have missed this: BOOHOO: THE VIEW FROM NORTH AMERICA by Kerry Brannigan --------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------- Boohoo PLC finds itself starting its 2021/22 financial year with its share price still well down on last summer’s peaks – after almost halving at one point - and it is still struggling to repair its tarnished reputation following worker exploitation and financial scandal revelations within its supply chain. We also can’t overlook the fact that Boohoo was on the wrong end of a social media backlash on Black Friday last year, when its youth brand Pretty Little Thing offered a string of deals with up to 99% off the full-price, including high-heeled shoes on sale for just 34 cents and dresses for just 11 cents. Boohoo PLC, which owns Pretty Little Thing alongside brands including Nasty Gal and Karen Millen, also offered up to 80% off its products, with skirts for as little as $2.20 It seems an extraordinarily tone-deaf move, given that Boohoo PLC has been repeatedly rocked with scandals over poor working conditions and financial malpractices within its U.K.supply chain. Boohoo’s fall from grace was sparked by a Sunday Times newspaper investigation which found that some workers in factories making and supplying Boohoo branded clothing in Leicester, were being paid as little as $4.75-an-hour, compared with the U.K. National Minimum Wage of $11.15- an-hour. Working conditions at these factories were also exposed as inadequate, sparking a political storm and the intervention by the U.K. Home Secretary, Priti Patel. Priti Patel told Boohoo C.E.O John Lyttle in no uncertain terms that Boohoo PLC must "step up and take responsibility" and added: “Let this be a warning to those who are exploiting people in sweatshops like these for their own commercial gain. This is just the start. What you are doing is illegal, it will not be tolerated and we are coming after you.” Shares in the AIM-listed company almost halved overnight from a peak of $5.63 to a low of $2.85 as major investors scrambled to disassociate themselves from the company and even now the price has only partly recovered some of those losses Not surprisingly, Boohoo PLC has now been forced to try to repair its tarnished reputation, especially after a further revelation involving a BBC investigation discovered that a network of Leicester-based suppliers were involved in V.A.T. fraud and money laundering. Then, Black Friday brought even more controversy, proving that Boohoo PLC had learned little about taking environmental issues seriously and alongside the huge social media backlash, environmental experts voiced their own concerns about the hidden environmental costs. Kerry Brannigan, Author and Founder of the Conscious Fashion Campaign pressure group stated: “The ever-perpetuating cycle of over-production and consumption relies on the use of natural resources that massively contribute to environmental degradation and quite honestly, is any cheaply priced garment truly worth the depletion of our natural resources ?”
10/5/2021
08:16
factsandfigures: BOOHOO: THE VIEW FROM NORTH AMERICA by Kerry Brannigan --------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------- Boohoo PLC finds itself starting its 2021/22 financial year with its share price still well down on last summer’s peaks – after almost halving at one point - and it is still struggling to repair its tarnished reputation following worker exploitation and financial scandal revelations within its supply chain. We also can’t overlook the fact that Boohoo was on the wrong end of a social media backlash on Black Friday last year, when its youth brand Pretty Little Thing offered a string of deals with up to 99% off the full-price, including high-heeled shoes on sale for just 34 cents and dresses for just 11 cents. Boohoo PLC, which owns Pretty Little Thing alongside brands including Nasty Gal and Karen Millen, also offered up to 80% off its products, with skirts for as little as $2.20 It seems an extraordinarily tone-deaf move, given that Boohoo PLC has been repeatedly rocked with scandals over poor working conditions and financial malpractices within its U.K.supply chain. Boohoo’s fall from grace was sparked by a Sunday Times newspaper investigation which found that some workers in factories making and supplying Boohoo branded clothing in Leicester, were being paid as little as $4.75-an-hour, compared with the U.K. National Minimum Wage of $11.15- an-hour. Working conditions at these factories were also exposed as inadequate, sparking a political storm and the intervention by the U.K. Home Secretary, Priti Patel. Priti Patel told Boohoo C.E.O John Lyttle in no uncertain terms that Boohoo PLC must "step up and take responsibility" and added: “Let this be a warning to those who are exploiting people in sweatshops like these for their own commercial gain. This is just the start. What you are doing is illegal, it will not be tolerated and we are coming after you.” Shares in the AIM-listed company almost halved overnight from a peak of $5.63 to a low of $2.85 as major investors scrambled to disassociate themselves from the company and even now the price has only partly recovered some of those losses Not surprisingly, Boohoo PLC has now been forced to try to repair its tarnished reputation, especially after a further revelation involving a BBC investigation discovered that a network of Leicester-based suppliers were involved in V.A.T. fraud and money laundering. Then, Black Friday brought even more controversy, proving that Boohoo PLC had learned little about taking environmental issues seriously and alongside the huge social media backlash, environmental experts voiced their own concerns about the hidden environmental costs. Kerry Brannigan, Author and Founder of the Conscious Fashion Campaign pressure group stated: “The ever-perpetuating cycle of over-production and consumption relies on the use of natural resources that massively contribute to environmental degradation and quite honestly, is any cheaply priced garment truly worth the depletion of our natural resources ?”
07/5/2021
15:58
ukneonboy: So which one of the Sunday newspapers is going to attack Boohoo PLC this weekend ? Will it be the Sunday Times, the Sunday Telegraph, the Daily Mail, the Guardian or A.N.Other ?? The mutter from the gutter is that attention is now focusing on "that unapproved" Boohoo Senior Executive Incentive Scheme and some extremely rapacious Directors. Senior Execs and members of the Kamani Family are in line for a £150m Bonus if they can manipulate the Boohoo PLC share price to 600p (Six Pounds) within the next two years. Under the RIDICULOUSLY GENEROUS terms of the Boohoo Senior Executive Incentive Scheme a payout of £150 million will be paid out, if Boohoo’s market value (market capitalisation) increases to £7.55bn by 17 June 2023. Participants in the scheme include the co-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 incentivise other key individuals in the wider management team, with no one else likely to receive more than 3%. During the height of the Corona Virus, and despite UK Corporate Governance rules Boohoo PLC chose NOT to put the plan to a shareholder vote. Rather too conveniently Boohoo PLC allegedly stated a Shareholder vote was NOT needed ! It is also worth noting the Boohoo Senior Executive Incentive Scheme, (mentioned above) is COMPLETELY separate to the one that Boohoo created for the Chief Executive, John Lyttle, when he was poached from Primark in 2018. Lyttle will ALSO receive another £50m Bonus if the Boohoo's stockmarket market value reaches £6bn by 2024.
07/5/2021
07:35
factsandfigures: LATEST RESEARCH NOTE FROM BREWIN DOLPHIN (STOCKBROKERS) ========================================================== AUTHOR: JOHN MOORE Boohoo's bumper surge in sales over the past year has grabbed the attention but the retailer's share price tells a very different story. For a start, shares in AIM-listed Boohoo were trading around 320p each and a year ago the share price was 314p. While Boohoo has acquired a string of former Arcadia brands including Debenhams, Dorothy Perkins and Oasis to its portfolio in the last year, its share price has made little progress. A quick glance at the group's share price over the past year tells a tale of some fairly hefty volatility. In early July 2020 the share price was around 400p, but by the middle of the month it was around 210p. By the end of September it had climbed back to 378p. Unlike bricks-and-mortar based retailers, Boohoo has been shielded from enforced closures during each lockdown and benefited from people's desire for comfy clothes to wear at home and while exercising. On its website, its sales section currently has dresses available for as little as £3. John Moore, senior investment manager at Brewin Dolphin, thinks there are a number of reasons for Boohoo's lacklustre share price performance over the past 12 months. He said there were ongoing questions around 'ethics, sustainability and supply chain issues.' He added: 'The second reason is the feeling that the acquisition of some brands over the last year or so may NOT offer the sales reach and density of the core brands and, therefore, could potentially dilute its proposition. 'Finally, the acquisition of a new headquarters in London seems a curious decision when there could be other investment opportunities around, not least buying back the company's shares. 'Worryingly, there is a very cautious tone to the recent Boohoo results statement, possibly due to the wider economic context in which the business finds itself.
06/5/2021
12:42
ukneonboy: I forgot to mention something, Millenium ( KNOWS NOWT & GUESSES WRONGLY ........ EVERYTIME )Investor If you had been paying more attention on TUESDAY, you would have noted that we reversed and closed out our spread bets on TUESDAY....... ADMITTEDLY ONE DAY TOO SOON but when you've sold Boohoo at 372p, it really doesnt matter that much anyway !!! It was probably us "closing" out that stopped the Boo share price falling....LOL
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