Share Name Share Symbol Market Type Share ISIN Share Description
Debenhams LSE:DEB London Ordinary Share GB00B126KH97 ORD 0.01P
  Price Change % Change Share Price Bid Price Offer Price High Price Low Price Open Price Shares Traded Last Trade
  -0.38p -1.69% 22.12p 22.06p 22.14p 23.20p 22.04p 23.20p 2,547,823 16:35:05
Industry Sector Turnover (m) Profit (m) EPS - Basic PE Ratio Market Cap (m)
General Retailers 2,335.0 59.0 4.0 5.5 271.59

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DateSubjectAuthorDiscuss
24/5/2018
20:03
🤖 Simon Templar QC has a life, as a bankrupt, it is plain to see the effects of bankruptcy can affect ones outlook on everything. Debenhams will survive and the Sp will be 50 pence before the 2018 year ends Forget the negative writings just stay positive +. Always Do your own research its your cash.
robot ic1
24/5/2018
18:36
I think you need to get a life Simon Templar QC
mreasygoing
24/5/2018
17:55
It's all doom and gloom for retailers Q better dump your stock before you lose more money. Department stores will continue to suffer I will be watching Chanel 5 tonight at 9.pm about Marks and Spencer troubles. I did warn there would be limited upside here following results and then the downtrend would continue.
debsdowner
24/5/2018
16:20
Https://shorttracker.co.uk/ New trend on the way up we go now. Desperate shorters not closing how mad is that? Unlimited Risk The risk that one's loss on an investment will be larger than the amount one originally invested. For example, in short selling one will lose money if the short sold security rises in price. Because the potential rise in price is theoretically infinite, one may lose much more than one invests. Please do your own research..
qantas
24/5/2018
15:36
Retail figures: A step in the right direction
leadersoffice
24/5/2018
15:26
I’m really shocked by the Top Shop News. I’d have expected them to have a certain resilience. Targeting the kids with money. If they can’t hold it together Debs really is doomed. It’s heading south again - inevitable.
niggle
24/5/2018
14:32
Sky News on the retail figures: Https://news.sky.com/story/some-cheer-for-retail-amid-crisis-facing-the-high-street-as-sales-surge-11383635
grahamite2
24/5/2018
14:20
For those who don't know, Niggle and his various incarnations (too many to list) is ADVFN's resident 'Nutter'.
mreasygoing
24/5/2018
14:11
TOPSHOP the latest to report grim results losing near £11 million and set for more store closures. HTTP://www.dailymail.co.uk/money/markets/article-5763683/Topshop-latest-High-Street-store-sink-red-sales-falling-6-990-8m.html
debsdowner
24/5/2018
14:09
Yes, of course mate. Nice to see on here anyway. As usual you're a little bit late to the short party. The tide is turning.
mreasygoing
24/5/2018
13:52
Q, notayesman hints at stagflation: HTTPs://notayesmanseconomics.wordpress.com/
debsdowner
24/5/2018
13:47
Looking very good. Chris Beauchamp, chief market analyst at IG, said: "UK retail sales provided some relief from the economic gloom that seemed to hang over markets yesterday, and taken with yesterday's CPI figure perhaps things are looking a bit rosier for UK consumers. Whether that helps the beleaguered high street is another matter entirely, since more than one month of heavy shopping is going to be needed to rescue the UK retailers." Retail sales in April climbed 1.6% month-on-month and 1.4% on the year, comfortably exceeding the consensus forecast of 0.9% for monthly growth and 0.2% for the year. Non-food sales rose 1.5% on the month while food sales were up 1.4% Please do your own research..
qantas
24/5/2018
13:19
I warned the other day High oil prices would have a detrimental affect on retail spend and this is what the BBC Business Live said earlier: Howard Archer, chief economic advisor to the EY ITEM Club, says that underlying performance in retail sales was subdued as volumes increased by just 0.1% in the three months to April. Commenting on consumer spending, Mr Archer says a squeeze "will hopefully ease further over the coming months" after inflation fell to 2.4% last month. But he said: "The recent rise in oil prices to a three and a half year high could lead inflation to be higher than expected in the near term at least and hold back the improvement in consumer purchasing power. "At the very least, current higher fuel prices will mean that consumers will have less to spend on discretionary items."
debsdowner
24/5/2018
12:56
Mr Greasy - are you referring to me? Click on my profile to see how long I have been a member of ADVFN.
niggle
24/5/2018
12:35
Ah hello. Glad I'm buying. Knew it was you. Another incarnation. Please create 'Doctor Who' as you're next name.
mreasygoing
24/5/2018
12:11
Mr Greasy - I presume you mean downwards?
niggle
24/5/2018
11:56
Breakout on the chart very soon. Big move coming chaps.
mreasygoing
24/5/2018
10:42
From BBC today for April figures "Only department stores reported a decline, with sales volumes down 0.9%. However, Rob Kent-Smith of the Office for National Statistics said the retail sector remained subdued"
owenski
24/5/2018
10:21
I'll buy the shorts a pint to drown their sorrows. We can all meet up. Yay !
mreasygoing
24/5/2018
09:41
Retail sales figures released at 9.30am show a recovery apart from Department stores which were still negative: 1. Main points In April 2018, the quantity of goods bought in the retail industry remained relatively flat with a slight increase of 0.1% in the three-month on three-month movement. When compared with March 2018, the quantity bought in April increased by 1.6% as all sectors, excluding department stores, recovered from the declines seen in March. Department stores showed a different monthly picture to all other sectors as the only sector to report a fall in quantities bought, at negative 0.9% in April following strong online sales in March. Petrol sales reported the largest recovery in April, with a growth of 4.7% compared with a decline of negative 6.9% in the previous month as road closures affected travel in March. Removing the monthly volatility, the combined two months of March and April compared with the same periods a year earlier showed a general slowdown to growth at 1.3% for March and April 2018 when compared with 2.9% for March and April 2017. Online sales as a proportion of all retailing continued to grow year-on-year at 17.3% in April 2018, in comparison with 16.1% in April 2017; with food and clothing stores achieving record online proportions. Back to table of contents
debsdowner
24/5/2018
09:19
Looks like that short term chart is setting up to go a lot lower. Debs stores still dead and decrepit, they cant give the stuff away, time to put the corpse in the ground. lol
owenski
24/5/2018
09:17
robot According to one onlooker who lived in the area, they were not surprised no clothes were taken the stock was so drab. The onlooker didn't think the police would spend much time looking for the culprits for 3 pairs of dark glasses and 3 bottles of after shave, particularly due to police shortages.
debsdowner
24/5/2018
09:15
🤖 Extremely Sad isn't it ,that some posters like mreasygoing think that its banter and a bit of fun posting on here . Forget the negative writings just stay positive +. Always Do your own research its your cash.
robot ic1
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