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
  +14.20p +8.48% 181.60p 180.70p 180.80p 182.00p 164.80p 164.80p 19,358,026 16:35:21
Industry Sector Turnover (m) Profit (m) EPS - Basic PE Ratio Market Cap (m)
General Retailers 10,585.0 291.0 25.6 7.1 2,102.98

Dixons Carphone Share Discussion Threads

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DateSubjectAuthorDiscuss
13/12/2017
19:34
BAD NEWS IS ALL OUT NOW. £3-£4 is not unrealistic. Tasty dividend in meantime. Imho, pdyor. Thanks BTC
billy two cocks
13/12/2017
16:58
Bought at 150 last month with the aim of selling at 170-175 but after today's news I can see 200p coming in the next few weeks - going to hold on
supercity
13/12/2017
15:32
I like the results from Dixons Carphone with guidance to full-year PBT decreasing by 22% to range from £360m-£400m, less than the decline in their share price. For more about Dixons Goodwill, Forward PE Ratio and share price forecast http://bit.ly/2AA8nNX
walbrock82
13/12/2017
10:42
Free cash flow improved (less capex), dividend held... good yield for protection. Hunkering down while they sort themselves out is my view.
sogoesit
13/12/2017
10:22
Strip out mobiles and these are pretty good L4L electricals up 7%. Does not justify the fall we have seen this year imo.
tim 3
13/12/2017
08:22
At least they're up, great to see.
nortic 007
13/12/2017
08:05
No shoot your guys
libertine
13/12/2017
07:41
Credit Suisse opening call is up 1% but my guys saying down 3% but expects to see buyers on weakness.Don't shoot the messenger
nortic 007
12/12/2017
18:50
Ditto Can’t believe things can get any worse than expected but given the current UK economy, it is now a NEW WORLD - sadly not a good one. We will be at the bottom of G20 very soon - already bottom of G7
hades1
12/12/2017
18:48
Finger’s crossed
swedeee
12/12/2017
18:28
Well interims tomorrow... will be up early to see what state we're in.
alibx11
10/12/2017
20:15
Mobiles are the worry, shame as from what I hear the rest of the business is doing well.
tim 3
10/12/2017
17:17
Well Standard life Aberdeen is accumulating increasing about 2% from 10% to 12% within a month.
riskvsreward
10/12/2017
17:09
Nothing new. Recent broker note actually talks about a lower PBT number expected. Just Sunday Telegraph rehashing old news.
hades1
10/12/2017
12:34
bloomberg analysts did some research last week on potential for CPW store closures where there are many with a few kms of a current 3in1 store...they could close several hundred of the CPW stores and save a lot of money and probably most sales would just migrate to other stores. Management has cut the average lease term to only about 2.5 years now so they can quite easily cut a lot of stores and headcount etc over the next few years. Expectations for CPW profits are rock bottom already one would think, certainly the share price doesn't expect any improvements which i think is too negative just to expect the company to sit back and do nothing
aim11
10/12/2017
12:09
Watching this stock for a potential first position. Will see what the trading update has in-store before making a move.I did purchase a phone during Black Friday weekend and the flagship store in Birmingham was literally running on empty. Also in Birmingham there are 4 Carphone warehouse outlets within 400 metres of each other that is just ridiculous!They are the last survivors on the High At so long term I think it will be a strong stock and their ability to get out of short term leases is a bonus too.The mobile side of the business is more challenging, UK handset prices are out of kilter with dollar and euro prices elsewhere.
abid6814
10/12/2017
10:57
Yes but UBS rates it a Buy and has a 220 target..... so they are rating it cheap given it's recent fall. http://www.proactiveinvestors.co.uk/companies/news/188444/ubs-trims-target-estimates-for-dixons-carphone-amid-indications-of-weak-sales-of-apple-s-iphone-8-188444.html
alibx11
10/12/2017
08:54
Dixons Carphone is facing intense pressure to restructure its vast estate of mobile phone shops as the City braces for a 50pc shock profits tumble this week. Http://www.telegraph.co.uk/business/2017/12/09/dixons-carphone-profitsslump-risking-shops-closures/
bigbigdave
08/12/2017
10:48
UA You're quiet .)
nortic 007
08/12/2017
09:42
It's about rotation and not trading on fear peddled by vested interests. Nice break out today, anything above 165 close looks positive.
rathean
06/12/2017
21:30
Problem is there are so many stocks at ridiculously low valuations and many others which seem to defy gravity.Market needs a reality check!
tim 3
06/12/2017
14:06
From Tempus column in today's Times... Three companies to buy for yield (GSK MARS DC.) - HTTPS://www.thetimes.co.uk/edition/business/three-companies-to-delight-a-crowd-2mljd87bp ...Dixons Carphone: yield 6.3 per cent Contradictory sounds have emerged from the owner of Currys of late. Before the summer, the company appeared to vindicate the merger of Dixons Retail and Carphone Warehouse by announcing record results. Fast-forward to August and its shares dived by nearly a quarter after it warned about profits, with a sluggish domestic mobile phone market and changes to EU roaming charges hitting earnings. The shares peaked at more than 500p two years ago, compared with 161p yesterday, down 4p. The over-arching logic of the tie-up still makes sense. Consumers increasingly read the news and watch video on their mobile phones and will listen to music through a wifi-connected speaker. A retailer that can offer you smartphones and internet-connected appliances along with the internet and mobile package to fit ought to be in a strong position. Yet, on its price-to-earnings ratio, it is cheap as chips (and not microchips). Its dividend is covered handsomely by its forecast earnings. Lots can go wrong with Dixons, but a lot will have to go wrong for this valuation to make sense.
speedsgh
05/12/2017
19:03
Karadas Good post agree with all your points.The reason they make a profit is unlike the online competition having a physical presence DC are much more able to sell highly profitable add ons like services and warranties which is where much of their profits come from.GL.
tim 3
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