Share Name Share Symbol Market Type Share ISIN Share Description
Dixons Carphone PLC LSE:DC. London Ordinary Share GB00B4Y7R145 ORD 0.1P
  Price Change % Change Share Price Bid Price Offer Price High Price Low Price Open Price Shares Traded Last Trade
  -1.15p -0.64% 179.75p 179.20p 179.55p 181.35p 178.10p 180.25p 2,991,189 16:35:25
Industry Sector Turnover (m) Profit (m) EPS - Basic PE Ratio Market Cap (m)
General Retailers 10,531.0 289.0 14.4 12.5 2,081.56

Dixons Carphone Share Discussion Threads

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28/6/2018
08:57
John Lewis warns today.H1 profits zero.
anony mous
21/6/2018
22:33
https://www.ft.com/content/439f6100-7520-11e8-aa31-31da4279a601
tim 3
21/6/2018
08:30
No big shocks here really. Margins are clearly an issue though. One of their problems is the most profitable areas of the business are in decline. Not just mobiles but increasing internet sales which are far less profitable not just on price but also the lack of opportunity to sell highly profitable add ons and the cost of delivery. None of these will go away anytime soon so I think you will see continued pressure on margins. On the positive side Alex seems to be wasting no time getting stuck in and addressing some of the issues Seb had avoided and no doubt there is an element of "kitchen sinking"
tim 3
21/6/2018
07:17
so PBT at £382m exactly as the update and slightly ahead of the scribblers forecast of 377.9. revenue is a little shy of the scribblers. 92 carphone stores to be closed this year and forecast for next year remains at around £300m
muscletrade
20/6/2018
18:41
Preliminary results tomorrow?
sao1
15/6/2018
12:17
Among UK retailers, there are many cheap stocks – but not all represent value. Liberum analysts attempt to sort the "value" from the "value traps" in general retail, a sector which has still not recovered from the huge falls it suffered on the Brexit vote. Yesterday's retail sales data, which smashed all forecasts likely helped by sunny weather and the royal wedding, spurred some renewed hope for the sector, however. ... But where to wade in? On Liberum's measures which combine growth, dividends, balance sheet health and cash flow, they find Card Factory, Superdry and Topps Tiles rank highest while M&S, Dixons Carphone and Debenhams rank lowest.
anony mous
14/6/2018
07:40
I remember Eclipse. It eventually became an OK till system but has always been a nightmare to maintain and add new functionality.
hamila01
13/6/2018
23:55
hamllia01 They do have a shocking record with IT. They had the 2015 carphone hack where they were fined £400,000 for not having the correct online security set up after which we were assured steps had been taken to ensure this would not happen again. Even earlier when they bought,at great expense the eclipse (epos) system which is still in stores today it was a disaster early on and cost them a fortune in lost sales and trying to prop it up,they kept this very quiet but anyone who worked for them knows how bad it was at busy times the whole system ground to a holt and you could not process sales.Even today I am told they still have issues with it over 10 years later! Apparently it took them nearly a year to notice the latest breach and only then because the new boss ordered a review,sounds like he has not come a minute too soon! https://www.telegraph.co.uk/business/2018/06/13/dixons-carphone-took-nearly-year-discover-massive-data-breach/
tim 3
13/6/2018
19:36
I remember years ago one of the senior management (and I mean really, really senior) at Dixons threw a complete hissy fit because he was expected to enter a password to access an IT system.I said at the time to my manager that if a director can't treat data security seriously then why should the rest of the company....This is a consequence of massive underinvestment in their IT platform over a number of years along with senior management apathy.
hamila01
13/6/2018
10:45
Funny how when the criminals used to use crowbars and guns to commit their crimes they were the ones that suffered the public's distaste and the companies that were robbed deserved some sympathy. Now that they sit tapping away on computers the criminals are the smart ones and the victims get all the blame. Still we do live in a world where Love Island and Britain's got Talent are the only conversations to be heard. Even the Pentagon has been hacked.
gerdmuller
13/6/2018
09:04
Its not the first time either,no doubt serious questions will be asked but will it really impact the company that much? I doubt it.
tim 3
13/6/2018
08:45
hxxps://uk.webfg.com/news/news-and-announcements/hackers-grab-dixons-carphone-customer-card-data--3343643.html
s2lowner
13/6/2018
08:14
When you think its going well something bad happens
rajni120
06/6/2018
16:20
Nice turnaround
knowing
06/6/2018
13:37
FYI Online Blockchain. Here's what's going on & why they're deliberately 'Damping Down' on news-flow... https://guerillainvesting.co.uk/2018/06/06/online-blockchain-heres-whats-going-theyre-deliberately-damping-news-flow/ Dan x
daniel levi bmd
06/6/2018
13:17
A test and break of £2 could quickly see £2.50
knowing
01/6/2018
16:24
Liberum Capital has upgraded Dixons Carphone to Buy 1st June 1018
hades1
01/6/2018
11:50
Seems a rinse and repeat. Spikes up in the morning and then drops back but continues to make new highs
knowing
01/6/2018
10:36
Having bought in the 140's last year and selling at 200p I have kept this on my monitor and found it hard to understand the big drop this weekResults were decent enough in the current climate so I'm not surprised to see it gaining back some ground already.
supercity
01/6/2018
09:19
Having overdelivered 17/18 consensus numbers by £24m why take 18/19 target down by a further £30m for business investment without specifying the investment detail?
hades1
01/6/2018
01:20
Interesting how the new CEO keeps saying current performance is unacceptable but when an analyst in the call asks him what would be an acceptable performance he does not specify and just says "create more shareholder value".
eeee1
31/5/2018
12:04
Great ID deals on at the moment l have one running
abbotslynn
31/5/2018
11:45
Interesting, looks like Australia is taking the lead. A lot of talk about unfair competition by Trump at the moment but Amazon is decimating international high streets as he speaks. Paying no local taxes, little national tax, employing even less staff in the future following automation and using high street shops as a free goods examination service. Other governments may want to wake up and smell the coorrfee, to use an American term. Trade wars can work both ways! Amazon is set to block Australian shoppers from its international sites from 1 July as it looks to avoid upcoming changes to the country's goods and services taxes (GST). Those looking for something on Amazon's international sites will instead be automatically re-directed to the firm's relatively new Australian site - which has been widely criticised for its thin offerings and higher prices.
gerdmuller
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