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Currys Plc LSE:CURY London Ordinary Share GB00B4Y7R145 ORD 0.1P
  Price Change % Change Share Price Shares Traded Last Trade
  -2.40 -1.8% 130.60 4,444,376 16:35:02
Bid Price Offer Price High Price Low Price Open Price
131.50 131.70 133.70 130.80 132.00
Industry Sector Turnover (m) Profit (m) EPS - Basic PE Ratio Market Cap (m)
General Retailers 10,344.00 33.00 1.00 130.6 1,523
Last Trade Time Trade Type Trade Size Trade Price Currency
17:39:03 O 12,533 132.773 GBX

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2021-11-30 17:09:11130.6122,01928,758.36O
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2021-11-30 16:56:36132.711,3381,775.70O
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30/11/2021
08:20
Currys Daily Update: Currys Plc is listed in the General Retailers sector of the London Stock Exchange with ticker CURY. The last closing price for Currys was 133p.
Currys Plc has a 4 week average price of 119.20p and a 12 week average price of 115.60p.
The 1 year high share price is 159.20p while the 1 year low share price is currently 101.50p.
There are currently 1,166,458,443 shares in issue and the average daily traded volume is 4,276,669 shares. The market capitalisation of Currys Plc is £1,523,394,726.56.
05/11/2021
07:31
tole: Currys still 'far too cheap', says LiberumShares in Currys (CURY) remain 'far too cheap' for a company with a market-leading position, says broker Liberum.Analyst Adam Tomlinson retained his 'buy' recommendation and increased the target price from 175p to 200p on the electrical goods retailer.The shares jumped 8.8%, or 11p, to 133p on Thursday after reporting first half like-for-like sales remained in double-digit growth. This has given management confidence heading into peak trading season and profit before tax guidance has been reiterated.'A much-improved balance sheet and free cashflow generation means year-end net cash is now expected to be more than £100m and has given management the firepower to announce an ongoing £75m share buyback, which follows the dividend reinstatement in 2021,' he said.Tomlinson said the group is 'entrenching its market-leading position' and highlighted that 'on a current year price/earnings ratio of less than 9x, the shares remain far too cheap'.
04/11/2021
16:48
mikepompeyfan: Electronics retailer Currys has announced that it is teaming up with ride-hailing service Uber to deliver products in as little as 30 minutes. Under the trial service, customers in 12 London boroughs will be able to order items such as laptops and printer cartridges, with a £5 delivery charge. The three-month trial begins in the week starting 15 November. Currys said the 1,800 products on offer all weighed under 7kg and could fit within a courier's bag. With size dimensions limited to about L46cm x W35cm x D35cm, Currys said the biggest item available for super-fast delivery would be, for example, a coffee machine. Customers can order through the Currys website or app up to two hours before stores close. "The world has shifted to a hybrid way of working and more customers are demanding greater convenience and speedier delivery to get their hands on tech," said Currys' chief operating officer, Mark Allsop. The move echoes the same-day and one-hour delivery options available at the major UK supermarkets and Amazon. Currys said the venture, which will operate from 15 London stores, was Uber's biggest UK retailer partnership to date. Eve Henrikson, Uber regional manager, said the company looks "forward to expanding the partnership further", but gave no more details about future plans. Co-op to start selling groceries on Amazon Prime Shopping in 10 minutes: The new supermarket battle Announcement of the deal was made alongside the release of Currys' latest trading update. Sales in the six months to the end of October were up 15% on a like-for-like basis on the same period two years ago, before the Covid-19 crisis. However, the retailer revealed business remains 1% below the same period a year ago, when demand soared as households looked to update their in-home technology whilst stuck inside during the various lockdowns. There was strong growth in electrical goods, which offset a fall in mobile phone sales. Currys also played down any concerns over supply chain issues and staff shortages, saying it had "put in place measures to mitigate the well-publicised" disruption across the UK. The company was confident enough in its prospects that it also announced plans to hand back £75m to shareholders through a share buyback, news that sent the share price rising 5% in early trading. hTTps://www.bbc.co.uk/news/business-59160993
04/11/2021
10:49
farrugia: it really looks cheap and the buyback will now give additional support to the stock price
04/11/2021
08:52
csmwssk12hu: Nearly 3% dividend, now another 5% share buyback coupled within three years free cash target which is 66% of todays market cap and a net cash rather than debt position, massively undervalued imho dyor, one to come back to in two to three years and see what your do is then.
19/10/2021
10:08
tim 3: I would be surprised if staff are better incentivised than ever they moved away from that model some time ago when I worked for them high performing sales staff could earn more in commission than their basic and some managers!I have heard they have introduced new share schemes for staff which have gone done well.
12/10/2021
11:16
tole: Currys is far too cheap, says LiberumShares in Currys (CURY) are 'far too cheap' considering its leading position in electronics retail, says broker Liberum.Analyst Adam Tomlinson retained his 'buy' recommendation and target price of 175p on the stock, which was up 1.1%, or 1.3p, at 121p on Monday.'Currys' transformation continues to embed its leading position in a consumer electricals market that is now larger and less discretionary,' he said.'The group is truly omnichannel, taking share both in store and online.'However, Tomlinson said the international business remains 'hugely overlooked'.With cashflow 'materially improving' and a 'significantly strengthened' balance sheet, the current price-to-earnings ratio of 9x means the shares are 'far too cheap', said Tomlinson, who added that his target price could 'still prove too cautious'.
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