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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
  -1.80p -1.37% 129.60p 129.15p 129.60p 130.90p 127.90p 130.90p 4,022,324 16:35:24
Industry Sector Turnover (m) Profit (m) EPS - Basic PE Ratio Market Cap (m)
General Retailers 10,531.0 289.0 14.4 9.0 1,503.63

Dixons Carphone Share Discussion Threads

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DateSubjectAuthorDiscuss
30/1/2019
17:21
Was waiting for a pullback but decided to buy today as waiting for pullbacks has usually kept me out of a long term recovery as the share price creeps up. Have to accept I missed the bottom bargain price.
nick rubens
28/1/2019
11:18
Dixons Carphone PLC (LON:DC) was a strong performer on Monday helped an upgrade in rating by Morgan Stanley to ‘overweight217; from ‘equal-weight’ on valuation grounds. The US investment bank raised its target price for the FTSE 250-listed electricals retailer to 240p from 175p, with the stock trading at 146.40p, up 3% on Friday’s closing price in early morning trade. In a note to clients, Morgan Stanley’s analysts pointed out that Dixons Carphone's market cap – of about £1.65bn - is now around 20% lower than the standalone value of Dixons prior to its merger with Carphone Warehouse (CPW). They said: “Given that the Dixons side of the business has performed better than we were forecasting, and the CPW side is now likely to generate strong cash flows, we think this has left the shares looking very oversold.”
mikepompeyfan
28/1/2019
09:13
28 Jan Dixons Carphone Morgan Stanley Overweight 146.45 175.00 240.00 Upgrades
libertine
24/1/2019
12:10
Looks like it's bottomed out to me. The kitchen sinking has been done and the trading statement was better than expected. All the bad news has been discounted, although the whole market is likely to be affected by the ongoing Brexit debacle.
mikepompeyfan
23/1/2019
15:03
Thanks Tim, I had no idea it was reduced. Still 5% is not too bad and at least it's priced in then. I am considering adding some to my SIPP. Just not sure when i'll hit the buy button.
nick rubens
22/1/2019
14:20
Dividend Yield 8%, hopefully no cut is being considered?
nick rubens
22/1/2019
11:51
Market seems happy, a decent set of results, peak sales looked strong. Mobile still looks horrible but did well in other areas.
tim 3
22/1/2019
09:36
I like... Structural recovery play.. With added chance of activist interest..
3dwd
22/1/2019
09:18
this stock is so bad i don't know how everyone here stays interested in it.
aim11
22/1/2019
07:22
Dixons Carphone plc Xmas 2018/19 Trading Statement Good Peak performance in line with expectations · Group like-for-like revenue up 1% o UK & Ireland electricals like-for-like up 2% Operational highlights: UK electricals · Record Peak sales across all categories driven by Gaming, Smart Tech, Small Domestic Appliances and Vision · Stand out performance from Gaming, up 60% year-on-year · Overall product availability up on last year · Market share up 30bps with growth across all categories and channels · Good Peak on credit with customer base reaching 802,000 versus 711,000 at the half year · Online growth of 8% over the period and YTD 28% of total sales, +2ppt year-on-year UK mobile · Mobile like-for-like down 7% as expected, impacted by lower volumes of 24 month postpay. Two-year like-for-like was flat in Q3 and like-for-like was down 3% YTD · Market share in traditional 24 month postpay held against market declines of 8%. Growth in the new longer than 24 month postpay segment continued, an area we do not currently serve · iD Mobile continued its growth with the customer base surpassing 975,000 customers International · In the Nordics, particularly strong growth in Sweden and Denmark with good growth in Norway also achieved, more than offsetting a softer market backdrop in Finland · Record Black Friday and Peak period with particular strong performances in Gaming, Mobile, Consumer Electronics and Major Domestic Appliances · Nordics market share up 20bps with growth across all categories and channels · Greece: excellent performance across all categories with particularly strong growth in Mobile, Major Domestic Appliances and Large-Screen TVs · International online growth of 22% Investor and analyst call There will be a conference call for investors and analysts at 7:45am GMT (8:45am CET) this morning Dial-in details - UK/International: +44(0) 20 3936 2999; passcode: 31 21 93 Seven-day replay - UK/International: +44(0) 20 3936 3001; passcode: 12 95 63 § Share gains across all categories online and instore, offsetting market decline o UK & Ireland mobile like-for-like down 7% § Continued decline in 24 month postpay market, down 8% in the period § Two-year like-for-like flat o International like-for-like up 5%; Nordics up 3%; Greece up 19% § Gaining or holding share in all territories · Stable gross margins across the Group · 2018/19 Group headline PBT guidance of around £300m unchanged · Good early progress on strategy implementation more.....
skinny
21/1/2019
13:55
SKY story just out re Elliott taking a stake in the Dixons
3dwd
21/1/2019
11:58
httPs://www.thisismoney.co.uk/money/markets/article-6606769/Poor-mobile-phone-sales-set-drag-Dixons-Carphone-updates-investors-week.html
tim 3
18/1/2019
20:33
muscletrade Apologies you are correct it is next Tuesday and if recent trading is anything to go by should be an ok set of results.
tim 3
18/1/2019
08:37
@tim3....re yr 2893. Believe DC trading statement is 22nd Jan not the 23rd
muscletrade
17/1/2019
11:25
Lol some how I doubt that I think most people are fed up to the back teeth of hearing about it!!!
tim 3
17/1/2019
10:22
Hey... Maybe every body will go out and buy a new big telly to watch the Brexit celebrations….?? You know, like they did for the world cup.
smartypants
10/1/2019
10:43
Well shares looking more perky now maybe a leak from the company about peak sales, would not be the first time.
tim 3
08/1/2019
00:46
Yes I agree about the train issues with reception although there seems to be some confusion about how successful and widespread 5G coverage will be certainly initially. UK credit numbers are up but I still think Alex will have a tough job getting big increases with instore finance people are so used to paying by credit card its simple and easy. Even when they don't eventually settle at the end of the month customers often think they will when they purchase!Getting significantly more people to take on new interest bearing credit, particularly at that eye watering APR along with all the other "extras" staff are expected to sell them will be a challenge for sure.As you say he will have to come up with some clever marketing to make it attractive. Having said that the shares have fallen so much I certainly think there is upside potential and the company does do a lot of things like internet/store integration (reserve and collect) well. Anyway time will tell, according to LSE they update on 23/Jan but we also have AO which update on Friday which should give a good indication of peak trading. Margins is another key figure the city will be looking at. I don't hold dc, at present but have held many times over the years if he can sort their issues out particularly mobile there is substantial upside potential longer term thats for sure but at present it is a big if. IMO.
tim 3
07/1/2019
19:00
You make some valid points but I don't think we'll truly understand the value of 5G until we experience it and discover what new applications we can't live without. I use 4G but the reception is not always impressive particularly on the train etc Another factor is that phones just don't last for years particularly the iPhone batteries so consumers won't be able to stall forever. Despite the recent hike in interest rates in Currys - now 24.9% - customer's appetites for the never never continues to be strong. I expect we'll see a further 5% increase before too long. Customers get sent offers for even more credit once they sign up All Alex needs to do is make the credit option attractive.
jsforum
04/1/2019
20:45
jsforum Good question there there are a lot of questions about its impact I certainly do not see a rush of people paying for more expensive phones on more expensive tariffs from what I have read Apple are not even launching a 5G phone till 2020. Speaking personally there are very few times I don't find 4G fast enough for my needs so again we are back to the question of whether people see it as a must have feature worth paying more for. Clearly 5G is the future and yes I do think it will bring some positives for the company eventually but I think it will take some time for cpw to see the benefits I doubt we will see much impact this year and maybe next. imo
tim 3
04/1/2019
08:48
So the roll out of 5G this year in 22 uk cities will not improve sales ?
jsforum
04/1/2019
00:12
Knowing. Unfortunately I already have from much higher up!
tim 3
03/1/2019
23:44
tim you better buy VOD then
knowing
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