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Stock Name Stock Symbol Market Stock Type
Currys plc DC. London Ordinary Share
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hades1: Today's Daily MailShare of the weekDixons CarphoneBY MARK SHAPLANDALL eyes will be on Dixons Carphone next week to see if it has managed to maintain its online momentum.The electrical goods seller which is changing name to Currys in October is expected to post £151m in profits and a doubling of online sales to around £4.5 billion for the past year after it saw its online strategy shift accelerated by the pandemic.Sophie Lund Yates, analyst at Hargreaves Lansdown, said: 'Covid meant the electrical equipment specialist had to speed up its pivot to digital.'The group has doubled down on its online service proposition, launching its ShopLive function, which connects customers to a real-life store assistant for help and product demonstrations.'We wonder if this has helped keep online momentum moving in the right direction, even as restrictions ease.' The firm made a number of successful strategic decisions during the pandemic, including closing its airport store business Dixons Travel after it was hammered by the lack of travellers and the end of tax-free tourist shopping.Investors will also be keen to hear more details about the company's rebranding plans. They will be looking for how the company's restructuring programme is panning out as well. The plan includes closing all standalone Carphone Warehouse stores and integrating them into Dixons and Currys PC World shops.Worries are that this plan is running over budget.However, the listed company will change its name from Dixons Carphone to Currys in October following its annual general meeting.
pepepepe73: Seems Delta Covid is out of control and investors are selling this stock.
tim 3: Indeed Carphone has to be one of the biggest waste of money ever.Probably the start of Sebs downfall. When it originally happened management saw pound signs because of the amount the operators paid in kick backs. However they failed to note what as investors we should all know about past performance ... Mobile will now be a much smaller operation for them and just another department hopefully without the need and cost of dedicated staff. Would actually not surprise me if mobile disappeared altogether from stores at some point and just went online.
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truthandnumbers: What a run. From the August low, this is up 30% now and matching the April high. Feels frothy to me on volume, and I'm guessing that this rise is a combination of a short squeeze, index tide rising, and the divi about to be paid out. We all know that predictions are difficult, especially concerning the future, but I'll be surprised if this goes much further. The debt and the absence of tangibles on the balance sheet and the lack of profit make me think that DC will run out of cash by the next dividend payment. I'm pretty sure we'll be seeing a rights issue here soon. A lot of people are flagging DC as a sell, including investors chronicle on Friday just gone. I might be wrong, but I think that in a few months from now, people will be asking why DC was paying out dividends when it had no profits and £1.5bn in debt.
stdyeddy: I think the problem here is the explicit statement by the CEO that there is more pain ahead. Plus retail in general is declining. DC has a massive bricks and mortar investment and thousands of people to pay. Two years before breakeven for the phone side? That's a very long time for investors to be patient. Meanwhile competitors crowd the online tech and whitegoods market. I know none of the posters on here will agree, but I think this is likely to fall further today and Monday and possibly further into the future.
knowing: The group sees results improving over the next two years. Quantification of the extent of continuing challenges has actually been well-received by investors. By the middle of the UK session, the stock traded about 8% lower, 20 percentage points higher than its initial collapse. Some of this has an eye to the gruelling decline of around 73% the shares have already suffered over three years. Https://
hades1: There is no trading update in the Investors Calendar on their web site so very likely there is no update - next trading update in calendar 05/09/19 (FY 18/19 preliminary results 20/06/19). Last years late May update was more of a pre results profits warning concerning outlook / classic new management team kitchen sink job! Cant believe new management will tolerate any leaking from BOD - Its a new captain at the helm looking to make his mark. They have already set the bar very low for both 2019 and 2020.
carlsagan1: Frustrating that Interactive Investor have decided to up there fees again, from £22.50 a quarter to now £9.99 a month... Any recommendations for a cheaper broker? I am considering going to iweb-sharedealing(Halifax) for a fixed £5 a trade or X-O(Jarvis) for £5.95, neither have monthly, yearly, or inactivity fees like ii... Cheers...
hades1: Wonder if they will do a trading update after May Bank Holiday? Nothing in their investors calendar and not entirely necessary as reporting in June anyway.
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