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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
  3.00 2.3% 133.60 133.70 133.90 134.00 130.60 131.10 1,082,744 16:35:00
Industry Sector Turnover (m) Profit (m) EPS - Basic PE Ratio Market Cap (m)
General Retailers 10,170.0 -140.0 -14.1 - 1,558

Dixons Carphone Share Discussion Threads

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30/5/2021
20:07
Monday 31/5/21 Daily Telegraph BT takes £149m hit to hang up Carphone Warehouse deal The settlement cost consisted of a cash payment made in April and writing off balance sheet prepayments ByBen Woods 30 May 2021 • 6:19pm BT has taken a £149m hit after ending a two-decade old relationship with electricals retailer Dixons Carphone. A disclosure in the telecoms operator’s annual report revealed the cost of the settlement after it chose to end a contract between EE, its mobile division, and Carphone Warehouse last September. BT said it had resolved all outstanding matters with the retailer, including “revenue share costs that could have previously been recognised over future years”. The £149m settlement cost consisted of a cash payment made in April and writing off balance sheet prepayments. BT said at the time it had decided to focus on selling EE services online or through its own 575 stores following months of “challenging discussions and negotiations”. The company’s decision to end the agreement came after O2 severed ties with Carphone Warehouse last year. Tensions between mobile network operators and Dixons Carphone intensified three years ago when chief executive Alex Baldock pushed to renegotiate “unsustainable” contracts. Carphone Warehouse and Currys PC World were being hit with financial penalties because they could no longer reach stringent sales targets agreed with operators when they were selling more mobile phones. The electricals retailer earns a commission for each customer it signs up to a mobile network. Carphone Warehouse has been a waning force in EE’s distribution in recent years, dropping more than 50pc to account for less than 15pc of new customers and upgrades. The brand, which was founded by Sir Charles Dunstone and Julian Brownlie in 1989, is set to disappear from the high street after Dixons Carphone said it would change the name of all its shops to Currys. Dixons Carphone closed 531 Carphone Warehouse stores last year as it shifted towards selling mobile phones online and through its 305 Currys PC World stores. In May, BT recorded a 7pc fall in revenue to £21.3bn for the year to March in response to the pandemic-induced pressure on its consumer and business arms. Pre-tax profits also fell 23pc to £1.8bn.
hades1
14/5/2021
10:27
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.
tim 3
14/5/2021
09:02
Interesting that they are rebranding, including the market listing as Currys with pc world, carphone and all those silly know how sub brands going. The right move imo.
tim 3
30/4/2021
23:15
Typical post results dip. Closure of airport shops damaged sentiment, but overall things are looking positive and I think the shares will resume their upward trajectory to 200p this year.
buoycat
29/4/2021
16:20
Very Negative stance Tim 3 during partial lockdown & people shielding at home. Nobodies forcing you to answer the call!
commuter10
29/4/2021
15:27
Also a way to annoy a lot of customers.I already get plenty of unsolicited calls don't need any more!
tim 3
29/4/2021
15:23
Anyone received a Sales Call like I did asking if I needed a phone upgrade or anything else? That's a very proactive move to gain more sales.
commuter10
28/4/2021
19:31
Well done farrugia. Should not be forgotten they have gained around 50% in 6 months so a good update was expected. Post lockdown trade remains to be seen when people start spending on holidays and going out again.
tim 3
28/4/2021
16:55
Farrugia- You were obviously right to sell. Sadly, not a good day for the share price ... I am still holding.
ander
28/4/2021
09:05
Sad news about the airport stores though end of an era.
tim 3
28/4/2021
07:23
i'm out now - i wonder how the market will digest the trading update today. Numbers are good but hey are repaying the furlough (GBP73m) and closing Dixons Travel.
farrugia
26/4/2021
10:12
Through chart resistance too.
tim 3
26/4/2021
09:23
Good to see we are still on the up!
ander
21/4/2021
22:12
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tim 3
21/4/2021
20:29
Yep all looking good. Might be a good time to offload a few though as peoples spending slowly returns back to going out and eventually holidays?
tim 3
21/4/2021
17:54
Happy Days it seems!
commuter10
21/4/2021
17:21
Closed over 150p on high volume - someone is optimistic
hades1
21/4/2021
08:54
and up a bit more this morning.
lippy4
20/4/2021
16:43
Up in a down 2% market - Why?
hades1
04/4/2021
22:04
Yes and the business model is set to change with many more dark stores and a much more web based business in the UK
jsforum
20/3/2021
12:09
Everyone seems awash with money at the moment with nobody going on holiday/eating drinking out. I suspect sales are booming.
tim 3
20/3/2021
10:26
Another strong day of Friday - great news but.....anyone know why on a market down day?
hades1
17/3/2021
21:46
well is up the only way its seems to be at the moment..
lippy4
05/3/2021
10:57
most of us have saved loads of money over the last year and our partners in chief are suggesting new white goods to replace older models,so my inclination is most will be spent this way as traveling is still going to be looked at as risky..
lippy4
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