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
  -0.72 -1.21% 58.60 11,852,123 16:35:22
Bid Price Offer Price High Price Low Price Open Price
58.66 58.80 60.82 56.54 60.82
Industry Sector Turnover (m) Profit (m) EPS - Basic PE Ratio Market Cap (m)
General Retailers 1,928.80 7.80 -0.32 743
Last Trade Time Trade Type Trade Size Trade Price Currency
17:41:29 O 15,862 58.241 GBX

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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 59.32p.
Boohoo Group Plc has a 4 week average price of 52.62p and a 12 week average price of 52.62p.
The 1 year high share price is 322p while the 1 year low share price is currently 52.62p.
There are currently 1,267,784,165 shares in issue and the average daily traded volume is 13,887,962 shares. The market capitalisation of Boohoo Group Plc is £742,921,520.69.
dissentingvoices: ANOTHER DAY & ANOTHER DOWNGRADE FOR BOOHOO SHARES ================================================= In a research note issued yesterday, retail analysts at U.S. investment bank, JP Morgan Chase have downgraded shares in Boohoo PLC to a “weak hold” citing inflationary pressures, falling consumer spending and management deficiencies within the business Several other City analysts have also recently weighed in on Boohoo PLC including U.S. investment bankers Morgan Stanley which reaffirmed its “sell” rating on Boohoo PLC. Barclays Stockbrokers also recently repeated its own “sell” rating on Boohoo PLC forecasting a target price of just 65p per share. Back in May, Analysts at Grupo Santander issued their own “underperform” rating on Boohoo PLC shares – which typically means “sell”
dissentingvoices: Campaigners attack Boohoo PLC over workers' pay scandal ======================================================= Campaigners are continuing to put pressure on fast fashion company Boohoo PLC over the high salaries paid to Boohoo Executives in comparison with the wages paid to garment workers within the Boohoo supply chain. At the recent Boohoo Annual General Meeting in Leicester, campaigners from LABOUR BEHIND THE LABEL challenged Boohoo Board members to start awarding "fair pay" contracts to both UK and overseas suppliers. Interestingly more than a third of all Boohoo shareholders that voted, voted AGAINST the pay and remuneration report. The Boohoo Remuneration report also revealed that Boohoo Chief Executive John Lyttle was paid almost £1.4 million last year after he received an extremely generous Bonus, despite Boohoo's falling profits and the falling share price.
simmsc: Article that just hit my inbox (my comments below: SECOND THOUGHTS ON ASOS AND BOOHOO? (1215 GMT) It sure seems it didn't take much convincing to get investors rushing in to buy yesterday's dip on Asos and Boohoo. The British online fashion retailers are both up about 10% after taking some heavy hits during the last session after warning about rising product returns and a shift to pre-pandemic behaviour as consumers battle inflation. Talking about Asos, Laura Hoy at Hargreaves Lansdown said investors were already worried about tough times coming ahead. "Expectations were relatively low for online retailer ASOS, and the group confirmed the market's fears," as it now must make tough pricing decisins to empty its warehouses. At Saxo Bank, equity strategist Peter Garnry notes "the cost pressures across logistics and supply chains", but makes the case that there's a broader story unfolding here. "In hindsight it looks like e-commerce was in a bubble driven by a massive shift in spending from services to goods while interest rates plunged to record lows fueling equity valuations to astronomical levels", he wrote in a note. After the lockdown boom when e-commerce thrived, the reopening of the economy caused a surge in logistics cost and supply chains issued, denting profits. "The next phase hitting e-commerce is the cost-of-living crisis, created by terribly high energy and food inflation, reducing demand for discretionary items", Garnry added. My comments: Boohoo (or Asos) are not fashion (Gucci and Prada are). Cheap clothing (when wallets are empty or virtually empty) become a necessity (i would not consider it discretionary spending). Just like Shoezone is benefitting (from empty wallets - cheap shoes became a necessity). And finally, they say that Asos had low expectations. So why did the share price drop more than Boohoo. This complete misunderstandings of what these companies are is creating opportunities for savvy investors.
buy2sell1: Melegramforttongo posted 8 Jun '22 - 09:50 - 72433 of 72436 Can someone tell me anything remotely positive about boohoo ?? THERE WAS THIS FROM YESTERDAY - THAT'S VERY POSITIVE NEWS (FOR SOME) According to City analysts at Barclays Stockbrokers anybody wanting to LOSE 27% of their capital will, with Boohoo shares !!! Boohoo Group PLC now has a potential downside of -27.4% according to Barclays. ============================================================================== Barclays Stockbrokers have set a target price of 65p per share for Boohoo, which compared to the current Boohoo share price of 83p indicates a potential downside of -27.4% Trading has ranged between 63p (52 week low) and 337p (52 week high) with an average of 11,920,277 shares exchanging hands daily. Boohoo's current market capitalisation at the time of writing is around £1,052,006,375.
factsandfigures: Unfortunately Boohoo PLC has a very poor track record when it comes to making acquisitions. The absolute destruction of Boohoo shareholder value, first emerged when Boohoo PLC paid way above the fair market price and value for the PRETTY LITTLE THING name and branding which Boohoo PLC actually purchased from Chairman, Mahmud Kamani's own two sons. This "paying over the odds" scenario was soon repeated in January 2021 when Boohoo PLC wasted another £55 million on the Debenhams brand name and customer database. Then, just one month later, in February 2021 after failing spectacularly to acquire the Arcadia flagship TOP SHOP branding and customer database, bizarrely Mahmud Kamani turned his attention onto the brand names, BURTONS, WALLIS, and DOROTHY PERKINS, wasting yet another £25.2 million of shareholders' funds. Even today, 15 months later, most City analysts are still questioning whether these purchases were just another massive ego trip for Mahmud Kamani, because the purchases themselves have been disasterous financially. BOOHOO SHAREHOLDERS YOU HAVE EVERY REASON TO BE WORRIED, ESPECIALLY WITH THE CITY BRACING ITSELF FOR YET ANOTHER BOOHOO FUND RAISING OPERATION, INVOLVING A MASSIVE RIGHTS ISSUE & SHARE PLACING !!!
factsandfigures: According to City analysts at Barclays Stockbrokers anybody wanting to LOSE 27% of their capital will, with Boohoo shares !!! Boohoo Group PLC now has a potential downside of -27.4% according to Barclays. ============================================================================== Barclays Stockbrokers have set a target price of 65p per share for Boohoo, which compared to the current Boohoo share price of 83p indicates a potential downside of -27.4% Trading has ranged between 63p (52 week low) and 337p (52 week high) with an average of 11,920,277 shares exchanging hands daily. Boohoo's current market capitalisation at the time of writing is around £1,052,006,375.
factsandfigures: BOOHOO LAUNCHES JUBILEE “DESPERATION FIRESALE” TO TRY TO CLEAR UNWANTED STOCK. =============================================================================== The Queen’s Platinum Jubilee celebrations have given fast fashion retailer Boohoo PLC the perfect excuse for holding another desperation firesale, as it struggles to empty its warehouses of unsold and unwanted clothing. Getting shoppers to spend their hard earned cash on new clothes is proving very problematic for Boohoo PLC and it comes just weeks after the clothes retailer announced a massive 94% drop in Pre-Tax Profits. Worryingly, the City is also awash with rumours of a huge emergency Boohoo fund raising exercise involving the issuance of large quantities of new Boohoo shares via both a Rights Issue and a Share Placing. But the cashflow problems do not end there, because Boohoo PLC still has to find sufficient liquid cash to pay-off the Fraud and Deceptive Marketing Class Action lawsuits in California. Then on top of all that, Boohoo Chairman, Mahmud Kamani also faces a no-confidence vote from shareholders at this year’s Annual General Meeting. Share Rating: AVOID
srpactive: Nice flag are you waving it due to boo share price rising? Buy low, watch grow. Some just focus on past tense, like last years crop, it is next years that is important. dyor
factsandfigures: Boohoo PLC is now officially designated as an "ex growth" share (meaning WITHOUT GROWTH) due to the following: Frequently poor decision making by Boohoo Management. The 80% fall in the Boohoo share price. No dividends for Boohoo shareholders Boohoo's Pre-Tax profits down 94% Boohoo's warehouses STILL full of unsold and unwanted clothing.
ukneonboy: FINANCIAL TIMES SLAMS BOOHOO'S LATEST PAY SHENANIGANS ===================================================== Recently one of the world’s largest institutional investors denounced CORPORATE GREED from “several companies with pretty mediocre performance coming out with very big pay packages”. Coincidentally, Directors at fashion retailer Boohoo PLC, have realised that existing Bonus schemes worth up to £200 Million “may not vest at the levels originally hoped for” so they have devised a brand new long-term Bonus scheme to ensure its Senior Execs still get paid. The problem with Boohoo’s old Bonus scheme was that it was based solely on share price growth. and it will NOT pay out at all, unless Boohoo's market capitalisation hits more than £6 Billion by 2023/24. Although Boohoo’s new Senior Management Bonus scheme looks slightly more sensible, Boohoo's Chief Executive, Boohoo's Finance Director and its two founders Mahmud Kamani and Carol Kane will be awarded Boohoo Share Options worth 200% of their salaries, vestable after three years if certain targets are met. These targets include conventional metrics such as total shareholder return relative to the FTSE 250, earnings per share, revenue and responsible business goals. However this latest Boohoo Bonus scheme is "FAR TOO GENEROUS", for a company of Boohoo’s size and the target set for Total Shareholder Returns isn’t particularly taxing either. So, the main problems with Boohoo’s "new" Management Bonus Scheme are threefold. Firstly, Boohoo PLC has NOT waited for its earlier Bonus scheme to run its course and in the unlikely event those Bonuses did pay out, Kamani, Kane, Lyttle and Catto would then be doubly rewarded for overlapping periods. Secondly, according to executive pay expert Tom Gosling: “the rationale for why Boohoo is putting the new scheme in place demonstrates exactly why some investors and proxy agencies hated the previous Bonus scheme”. Thirdly, although Boohoo has tried to clean up its poor corporate governance and its supply chain malpractices over the past two years, it still manages to undermine itself with these greedy Bonus schemes. THIS LOOKS LIKE A PRIME EXAMPLE OF BOOHOO'S SENIOR MANAGEMENT FINDING WAYS TO EXTRACT BIGGER PAY & BONUSES FOR THEMSELVES. Every Boohoo shareholder (large and small) should vote "AGAINST" the EXCESSIVE AND GREEDY Pay & Remuneration packages of the Boohoo Directors at the forthcoming Boohoo Annual General Meeting. .
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