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 Shares Traded Last Trade
  +0.79p +6.61% 12.75p 9,748,779 16:35:16
Bid Price Offer Price High Price Low Price Open Price
12.70p 12.74p 12.98p 11.91p 12.03p
Industry Sector Turnover (m) Profit (m) EPS - Basic PE Ratio Market Cap (m)
General Retailers 2,335.00 59.00 4.00 3.2 156.5

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Debenhams Daily Update: Debenhams is listed in the General Retailers sector of the London Stock Exchange with ticker DEB. The last closing price for Debenhams was 11.96p.
Debenhams has a 4 week average price of 11.67p and a 12 week average price of 11.67p.
The 1 year high share price is 51.25p while the 1 year low share price is currently 11.67p.
There are currently 1,227,822,150 shares in issue and the average daily traded volume is 8,690,162 shares. The market capitalisation of Debenhams is £156,547,324.13.
discodave4: dexAshley started to buy DEB at 80p in 2014.Reading a FT article from January 18 where they stated that he had suffered a paper loss of £13m on his 21% stake when the share price tanked on a profit warning.Have then worked out that to suffer such a loss I reckon his average price then was 35p. So on today's price the 21% holding with an average buy price of 35p would equate to a paper loss of about £57 million.Based on holdings RNS's have worked out that his remaining 8.7% had an average price of about 27p, this is down c £15 million.So all in all, SPD's 29.7% has a paper loss of c £72 million!....ouch. His gamble on DEB via his put option and CFD's have failed miserably.DD
knigel: Strange, did the Today programme mention the Debenhams counter statement? The share price did surprising well imo. I was expecting 10p, which suggests the share price is near the bottom due to dividend support. If the dividend goes, who knows how the share price will react!
knigel: Owenski - idiots are the ones who do not set stop losses. Some investment management companies have continued to hold the share from 60p down - idiots or long term investors (or both)? This is still a £175 million market value company - current profits of £ 35 million - a PE of 7. So some investors are now going to invest for possible recovery potential as IF Debenhams were to make similar profits next year - the share price is fair value. Obviously if profits were to fall to £20 million or less - the share price s/b 10p - and there will be the risk of the banks demanding repayment of the debt. However just as I personally would not call shorters idiots for continuing to short and not closing their significant unrealised profits - please don't call investors idiots - this is higher risk - but so are many shares especially in the AIM market - it is the individual's decision. It will be this time next year before we can say whether 15p was a good entry price .. or not!
qantas: Well done Debenhams and staff. Https:// DEBS Wow end of the world and no where to run and shorters doomed to failure closing. MKS AGM was very interesting. JP Morgan Debenhams new price target is 18 pence three pence or 20% higher than share price now. Https:// Please do your own research.
knigel: Understand - but why would you never consider a position? Say this time next year Debenhams report a rise in margins and profits are no longer falling and the share price starts to recover - isn't there at least then a case to invest? You might just watch the share price gradually rise back from 15p to (say) 30p over the next year (+100%) and be kicking yourself - I presumt this future is just as possible as the share price continuing to fall... However IF the company survives - we will not be seeing a share price less than 5p (for example).. so at some point there will be a bottom.. The risks are a) the sector continues to suffer and the government refuses to help re business rates b) there is a crash post Brexit on 29th March c) no ability to negotiate better terms on debt or leases and d) a massive rights issue. However I still feel other similar retailers may hit the wall before Debenhams .. but totally agree the situation has to improve sooner rather than later. But never to consider having a position is a bit strange - unless you do not invest in shares?
qantas: EssentialInvestor what a load of Rubbish they have all to do with share price decline. You try and buy back 221,007,987 shares and see what happens to the Debenhams share price as it has with OCDO NXT and MKS is on the Verge of shorts closing. Todays volume Buys 2,519,302 versus sales 1,502,628 Cape View closing 02JUL they purchased 9,577,012 shares back hence Mondays rise. Https:// Hedge funds going down now at 11.98% Please do your own research.
knigel: montyhedge, that is a good point. I met someone "in the know" this week and he made the same statement "Debenhams is in constant sales". Do you remember the mega day once a year in November? People used to queue outside the shop...! Then mega day became twice a year .. May and November.. there was the January sales .. the mid season sales and maybe a late summer sale .. NOT 24/7 .. 52 weeks of the year! To be fair .. so many companies are going down the same route ... it will not work as the customer is well aware of the constant sales.. Another point to make is that shareholders have several options.. they can sell .. but they can also complain! Contact investor relations.. turn up at AGMs .. write/email the CEO etc. Don't just moan on a BB. We know it is SO EASY for trolls or shorters to post here at the moment .. some ONLY post here ffs - but they would quickly disappear if the company recovered.. How any one can "enjoy" seeing people lose money - companies going bust - and thousands losing their jobs - just to make a little bit of money on a short - is beyond me. Final point - the share price will hit rock bottom .. maybe 10p .. i saw this on CRAW which has now doubled from its low point - so either sit and wait or have a target to buy in (if you think the ocmpany can recover).. even shorrers should have an exit price! However i don't see the share price or the ocmpany recovering any time soon ..
robot ic1: 🤖 And I also have a portfolio with them in it as well.and I am well flush in added share price value . Ocado’s shares soared by almost a third to an all-time high after the online supermarket announced it will build as many as 20 robotic warehouses in the US as part of a landmark deal with American supermarket giant Kroger that will significantly accelerate its plans to become a global supplier of white-label online shopping technology. Kroger, which is second only to Walmart in terms of US market share, with revenues last year of $122bn (£90bn), will also take a 5pc stake in the FTSE 250 firm at a value of £183m. The two companies said they were already looking for sites for their first three warehouses and planned to identify up to 20 within the first three years of their deal. Ocado will also allow Kroger to use its online shopping and logistics technology. Tim Steiner, Ocado’s chief executive, said the deal would be “transformational” and “reshape the food retailing industry in the US in the years to come." The news sent Ocado's shares up 31pc in early trade to 725p. Kroger will be Ocado’s exclusive partner in the US and the UK company said it had ended discussions with Kroger's rivals. Ocado had kept investors waiting for years after setting out a strategy to grow faster by providing its technology to other supermarket chains overseas as well as being an online retailer in its own right. A flurry of deals with France’s Groupe Casino, Canada’s Sobeys and Swedish chain ICA have bolstered its once-wilting share price since November, but they are dwarfed by the size of this latest tie-up. Ocado said it expected the deal to have a neutral impact on earnings this year. Debenhams are doing ok ,and the share price will be 50 pence before the end on 2018 . New strategy and working together as a team is showing results . Forget the negative writings just stay positive +. Always Do your own research its your cash.
debsdowner: Q I assumed you would have no answer. Have done my research and if I were you I would take my profit and get out, profit warnings are like London red busses they roll along one after the other. You know what I said last week if the share price stalls and starts to move towards 20 pence again sell! It will be bouncy bouncy for a while but I see no significant rise from here and a further profit warning would knock Debs for six. In the meanwhile consider this John Lewis managed to reduce its net debt to about Debs current net debt but JL has three times the turnover of Debs! John Lewis has a more solid business now it bought a number of its freeholds in order to reduce its risks. Debs must be one of the riskiest listed company retailers now, be careful.
ckafetz: You state Increased holding on 13.03.18 when price was at 26p. Increased wording suggests had more purchased at a higher price as share price has been going down for a few years. You also have mentioned how heavily invested you are so one can only assume you have lost possibly a few hundred thousand up to this point. Not sure why you continue to be negative against those who have called it right for so long, those being the ones who have called it going down this low. You have a biased view as you are heavily invested it seems and won't accept both sides of the story. Same as q and ny robot ic1 - 13 Mar 2018 - 10:06:13 - 4004 of 5044 Debenhams charts/news - DEB A share price rise up to 50 pence is seriously predicted by the tipsters within 3 months.I increased my holdings recently in Debs. Forget the negative writings just stay positive +. Always Do your own research its your cash .
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