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  Price Change % Change Share Price Shares Traded Last Trade
  -0.62 -1.36% 44.82 25,187,638 16:35:16
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44.67 44.92 45.84 44.28 45.40
Industry Sector Turnover (m) Profit (m) EPS - Basic PE Ratio Market Cap (m)
General Retailers 1,928.80 7.80 -0.32 568
Last Trade Time Trade Type Trade Size Trade Price Currency
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Posted at 07/12/2022 08:20 by 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 45.44p.
Boohoo Group Plc has a 4 week average price of 35.01p and a 12 week average price of 30p.
The 1 year high share price is 170p while the 1 year low share price is currently 30p.
There are currently 1,267,840,355 shares in issue and the average daily traded volume is 15,676,075 shares. The market capitalisation of Boohoo Group Plc is £568,246,047.11.
Posted at 07/12/2022 12:46 by factsandfigures
The Boohoo share price has not hit rock bottom yet.




MORE CITY ANALYSTS WARN OF TOUGH TIMES AHEAD FOR BOOHOO.
=========================================================

Boohoo PLC is having another bad year - its shares are now down 76% since the start of January 2022 and it remains one of the most heavily short-sold share on the entire London Stock Exchange.

The current cost of living crisis is undoubtedly hurting Boohoo and its other brands. British shoppers are reluctant to spend money on new clothes and seem to prefer to buy from high street stores rather than making online purchases, which has triggered a MASSIVE slump in demand for Boohoo clothing.

This has resulted in Liberum Capital’s retail analyst Wayne Brown recently downgrading Boohoo shares to “SELL” and setting a price target of only 35p for Boohoo shares. The analyst warned investors that he sees a “hard slog from here” for Boohoo, due to cost headwinds and more intense competition from fast fashion rival SHEIN in Europe and in North America.

The same negative sentiment is shared by other City analysts, with Canaccord’s Karl Burns recently starting his coverage of Boohoo with just a “WEAK HOLD” rating and a 35p price target, stating he has concerns about the macro economy backdrop and sees this as putting more pressure on Boohoo’s core clothing businesses.

In addition, Morgan Stanley analyst Miriam Adisa recently lowered her price target for Boohoo shares to just 40p (down from 56p previously) and reiterated her “REMAIN UNDERWEIGHT” rating for Boohoo shares.

Adam Cochrane, retail analyst at Deutsche Bank also recently downgraded Boohoo shares to a “WEAK HOLD” slashing his price target for Boohoo shares to just 36p each, whilst warning that Boohoo faces more competitive challenges, with further potential disruption to come.

According to TipRanks, out of all the 11 City analyst covering Boohoo plc, NONE of the analysts say “BUY”.

THREE analysts say “SELL” and the remaining EIGHT analysts say either “WEAK HOLD / AVOID / REMAIN UNDERWEIGHT”.

Posted at 05/12/2022 13:25 by factsandfigures
Even after offering ridiculously large discounts on Boohoo clothing during Black Friday and Cyber Monday, this has clearly not encouraged shoppers to part with their cash.

In one last desperate attempt to try to clear space in its Burnley warehouse and to generate some liquid cash to improve cashflow and to reduce its bank borrowings, Boohoo has now been forced to extend its price discounting beyond Cyber Monday.

Selling clothing BELOW COST, results in large FINANCIAL LOSSES and PROFIT WARNINGS !!!

Put simply you could liken Boohoo's fire sale to selling £20 notes for just £10 each.

It would trigger some demand, but you would LOSE MONEY on any you actually sell.

DEFINITELY NOT A GOOD BUSINESS PLAN.

A quick glance at Boohoo's own website gives a good indication as to just how bad things have got:

"UP TO 80% OFF EVERYTHING" indicates that another Boohoo PROFIT WARNING is coming and this will trigger even more disappointment for Boohoo shareholders.

UNLESS YOU LIKE LOSING YOUR MONEY, BOOHOO SHARES ARE BEST AVOIDED !!

Posted at 02/12/2022 16:04 by factsandfigures
Even after offering ridiculously large discounts on Boohoo clothing during Black Friday and Cyber Monday, this has clearly not encouraged shoppers to part with their cash.

In one last desperate attempt to try to clear space in its Burnley warehouse and to generate some liquid cash to improve cashflow and to reduce its bank borrowings, Boohoo has now been forced to extend its price discounting beyond Cyber Monday.

Selling clothing BELOW COST, results in large FINANCIAL LOSSES !!!

Put simply you could liken Boohoo's fire sale to selling £20 notes for just £10 each.

It would trigger some demand, but you would LOSE MONEY on any you actually sell.
DEFINITELY NOT A GOOD BUSINESS PLAN.

A quick glance at Boohoo's own website gives a good indication as to just how bad things have got:

"UP TO 80% OFF EVERYTHING" indicates that another Boohoo PROFIT WARNING is coming and this will trigger even more disappointment for Boohoo shareholders.

UNLESS YOU LIKE LOSING YOUR MONEY, BOOHOO SHARES ARE BEST AVOIDED !!

Posted at 01/12/2022 12:50 by buy2sell1
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 - 05 Jul 2021 - 12:54:13 - 54056 of 54150 BooHoo - let's try again lol! - BOO
WHO AUDITS LEVITT???? MASSIVE MARKET MANIPULATION FROM QC

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 26/11/2022 16:33 by dissentingvoices
A year ago, KIDKNOCKED thought there was value to be had buying shares in online retailer Boohoo (LSE: BOO). He waited to buy and the shares fell heavily. At that point KIDKNOCKED moved in and started buying Boohoo shares.

The Boohoo share price has continued to fall and now sits 77% below where it was 12 months ago

Kidknocked is now wondering if he has made a very costly mistake buying Boohoo shares – and wonders if he should he cut his losses by selling ?




THE HONEST ANSWER IS:- you failed to do sufficient research into Boohoo, the Kamani Family, the Slave Labour scandals, the U.S. Class Action lawsuits for Fraud and Deceptive Marketing and the Burnley Warehouse scandal, and now you lost all your money on a dud share.

SUCH IS LIFE, FOR LOSERS LIKE YOU.

Posted at 25/11/2022 12:32 by buy2sell1
MORE CITY ANALYSTS WARN OF TOUGH TIMES AHEAD FOR BOOHOO.
=========================================================

Boohoo PLC is having another bad year - its shares are now down 76% since the start of January 2022 and it remains the most heavily short-sold share on the entire London Stock Exchange.

The current cost of living crisis is undoubtedly hurting Boohoo and its other brands. British shoppers are reluctant to spend money on new clothes and seem to prefer to buy from high street stores rather than making online purchases, which has triggered a MASSIVE slump in demand for Boohoo clothing.

This has resulted in Liberum Capital's retail analyst Wayne Brown recently downgrading Boohoo shares to SELL and setting a price target of only 35p for Boohoo shares. The analyst warned investors that he sees a long hard slog from here for Boohoo, due to cost headwinds and more intense competition from fast fashion rival SHEIN in Europe and in North America.

The same negative sentiment is shared by other City analysts, with Canaccord̢۪s Karl Burns recently starting his coverage of Boohoo with just a WEAK HOLD rating and a 35p price target, stating he has concerns about the macro economy backdrop and sees this as putting more pressure on Boohoo's core clothing businesses.

In addition, Morgan Stanley analyst Miriam Adisa recently lowered her price target for Boohoo shares to just 40p (down from 56p previously) and reiterated her REMAIN UNDERWEIGHT rating for Boohoo shares.

Adam Cochrane, retail analyst at Deutsche Bank also recently downgraded Boohoo shares to a WEAK HOLD slashing his price target for Boohoo shares to just 36p each, whilst warning that Boohoo faces more competitive challenges, with further potential disruption to come.

According to TipRanks, out of all the 11 City analyst covering Boohoo plc, NONE of the analysts say BUY.

THREE analysts say SELL and the remaining EIGHT analysts say eitherWEAK HOLD / AVOID / REMAIN UNDERWEIGHT.

Posted at 24/11/2022 16:08 by millennialinvestor
Code red at VOR hq, are they too busy watching twinks kick a ball?!??! the booboo share price is going super sonic.
Posted at 24/11/2022 11:51 by factsandfigures
In one last DESPERATE attempt to try to boost sales and to try to boost cashflow, Boohoo PLC and most of its other brands have renamed the Black Friday Sale (25th November 2022) as the Pink Friday Sale.

Quite why, nobody really knows. Maybe Mahmud Kamani has recently had a serious bump on the head ?

However, the fact remains that Boohoo PLC still DESPERATELY needs to try offload several warehouses full of UNSOLD and UNWANTED Summer clothing including Swimwear, Summer Dresses, Sandals and other Seasonal wear.

Last year, Boohoo's 2021 Black Friday SALE offered shoppers "UP TO 99% OFF EVERYTHING", and generated MASSIVE financial losses for Boohoo shareholders before triggering a MASSIVE collapse in the Boohoo share price.

This year, with the current cost of living crisis, shoppers are already reluctant to spend, making it doubly difficult for fast fashion clothing retailers, like Boohoo PLC.

Posted at 24/11/2022 07:11 by factsandfigures
The Boohoo share price has not hit rock bottom yet.




MORE CITY ANALYSTS WARN OF TOUGH TIMES AHEAD FOR BOOHOO.
=========================================================

Boohoo PLC is having another bad year - its shares are now down 76% since the start of January 2022 and it remains the most heavily short-sold share on the entire London Stock Exchange.

The current cost of living crisis is undoubtedly hurting Boohoo and its other brands. British shoppers are reluctant to spend money on new clothes and seem to prefer to buy from high street stores rather than making online purchases, which has triggered a MASSIVE slump in demand for Boohoo clothing.

This has resulted in Liberum Capital’s retail analyst Wayne Brown recently downgrading Boohoo shares to “SELL” and setting a price target of only 35p for Boohoo shares. The analyst warned investors that he sees a “hard slog from here” for Boohoo, due to cost headwinds and more intense competition from fast fashion rival SHEIN in Europe and in North America.

The same negative sentiment is shared by other City analysts, with Canaccord’s Karl Burns recently starting his coverage of Boohoo with just a “WEAK HOLD” rating and a 35p price target, stating he has concerns about the macro economy backdrop and sees this as putting more pressure on Boohoo’s core clothing businesses.

In addition, Morgan Stanley analyst Miriam Adisa recently lowered her price target for Boohoo shares to just 40p (down from 56p previously) and reiterated her “REMAIN UNDERWEIGHT” rating for Boohoo shares.

Adam Cochrane, retail analyst at Deutsche Bank also recently downgraded Boohoo shares to a “WEAK HOLD” slashing his price target for Boohoo shares to just 36p each, whilst warning that Boohoo faces more competitive challenges, with further potential disruption to come.

According to TipRanks, out of all the 11 City analyst covering Boohoo plc, NONE of the analysts say “BUY”.

THREE analysts say “SELL” and the remaining EIGHT analysts say either “WEAK HOLD / AVOID / REMAIN UNDERWEIGHT”.

Posted at 23/11/2022 21:29 by factsandfigures
MORE CITY ANALYSTS WARN OF TOUGH TIMES AHEAD FOR BOOHOO.
=========================================================

Boohoo PLC is having another bad year - its shares are now down 76% since the start of January 2022 and it remains the most heavily short-sold share on the entire London Stock Exchange.

The current cost of living crisis is undoubtedly hurting Boohoo and its other brands. British shoppers are reluctant to spend money on new clothes and seem to prefer to buy from high street stores rather than making online purchases, which has triggered a MASSIVE slump in demand for Boohoo clothing.

This has resulted in Liberum Capital’s retail analyst Wayne Brown recently downgrading Boohoo shares to “SELL” and setting a price target of only 35p for Boohoo shares. The analyst warned investors that he sees a “hard slog from here” for Boohoo, due to cost headwinds and more intense competition from fast fashion rival SHEIN in Europe and in North America.

The same negative sentiment is shared by other City analysts, with Canaccord’s Karl Burns recently starting his coverage of Boohoo with just a “WEAK HOLD” rating and a 35p price target, stating he has concerns about the macro economy backdrop and sees this as putting more pressure on Boohoo’s core clothing businesses.

In addition, Morgan Stanley analyst Miriam Adisa recently lowered her price target for Boohoo shares to just 40p (down from 56p previously) and reiterated her “REMAIN UNDERWEIGHT” rating for Boohoo shares.

Adam Cochrane, retail analyst at Deutsche Bank also recently downgraded Boohoo shares to a “WEAK HOLD” slashing his price target for Boohoo shares to just 36p each, whilst warning that Boohoo faces more competitive challenges, with further potential disruption to come.

According to TipRanks, out of all the 11 City analyst covering Boohoo plc, NONE of the analysts say “BUY”.

THREE analysts say “SELL” and the remaining EIGHT analysts say either “WEAK HOLD / AVOID / REMAIN UNDERWEIGHT”.

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