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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
  2.60 2.29% 116.30 116.00 116.70 117.00 113.90 116.40 3,847,469 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 - 1,357

Dixons Carphone Share Discussion Threads

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DateSubjectAuthorDiscuss
22/5/2020
14:36
but it doesn't make sense hTtps://www.similarweb.com/website/ao.com?competitors=currys.co.uk Dixons gets much more traffic than AO and besides that they have the international Nordic and Greek businesses. ao market valuation = 546.48M dixons market valuation = 803.19M
farrugia
22/5/2020
13:39
Have not been a big fan of AO in the past but they could be a huge beneficiary of this many customers will continue to buy online and DC 's estate is huge and could be a real concern if enough customers continue to shop online imo.
tim 3
22/5/2020
13:28
Its cheap but cheap for a reason, management have done nothing what they said they would do. Write down from cpw will be huge.. Redundancy/stock loses/ goodwill etc. Cant see it going much lower or be terminal. However AO are flying ... ?
double dd
22/5/2020
13:01
that's not exactly right - most stocks haven't really recovered. This could have some new life injected to it when its able to reopen the UK shops.
farrugia
22/5/2020
12:23
What the hell is going on with this sp? Everything else is recovering but DC. and CNA
roks
19/5/2020
12:09
I can see a lot of people continuing to buy online as Alex has already said and this could push many of its stores into loss makers.Hence why AO has done so well recently.It just worries me the huge size of dc's estate,even with the carphones shut down there are 6 large stores within a 10 mile radius of us.
tim 3
19/5/2020
10:34
is this heading to 65?
roks
18/5/2020
12:24
another share price manipulation.should be over 90p.
sr2day
15/5/2020
00:12
no i think they are struggling more like because of the huge volumes of online orders. AO owner said that it is like Black Friday everyday
farrugia
14/5/2020
11:17
htTps://www.dailymail.co.uk/money/bills/article-8307341/Why-hard-contact-Currys-PC-World-order.html Notice one or two complaints on here about problems with orders could be more than the usual press bs story.
tim 3
13/5/2020
14:39
AO is flying.
tim 3
13/5/2020
14:23
Retest to 60p again?...
diku
06/5/2020
11:08
I'm surprised this has retraced so far after the last update which was really positive. Any gap on the chart looks filled now and we should get on the front foot towards 100p imminently.
tallprawn
06/5/2020
09:12
Bought a few more at 71.19p
volsung
05/5/2020
07:12
Looking for a gap up to 120p area once unlocking and shoppers gets underway. Good value at current levels imo Happy to have completed my accumulating and sit on these now for a medium/long term hold.
ny boy
29/4/2020
13:22
Hello all. just added a small position here. I think the point about 2/3 of retail sales is significant. It shows a client base which is open to online. Additional some of their costs will have reduced as a result of not having to operate all those stores- utilities etc. so the revenue may be down, but operating profit may be less effected? As mentioned I think they will evaluate the online model/ stores closures. I think the amount of people who really want to buy stuff in person is a reducing group. So aside from doing pretty well for now, this could all position them even better for the future. The carphone service offer really needs to be rethought. What is the service? if its a market comparison, you need the whole of the market. Again i see this reducing in size- much less cost/ risk associated with an online only version of this business, however unlike other general electricals, I do think people like to go instore to check out phones.
sif12
29/4/2020
10:45
I am sure they will evaluate whether stores will need to close to get the balance right, Covid is temporary but will it materially change consumers ways of shopping, obviously for some items but many still like to go out and physically shop, browse,socialize buy etc The main thing is they haven't lost too much business by closing all the stores, as online was so strong. Let’s see how this plays out
ny boy
29/4/2020
09:05
Bought an initial tranche
volsung
29/4/2020
08:55
If 2 thirds of people who normally buy instore are happy to buy online without visiting stores sends quite a worrying signal for the future of bricks and mortar.
tim 3
29/4/2020
08:24
Impressive to have achieved 2 thirds of instore sales online. Agree could easily be a trend change now. Well done Farrugla.
tim 3
29/4/2020
08:21
I like the update, the share price at current levels and a good recovery play here imo
ny boy
29/4/2020
07:12
Same here - Can't see much downside for the short term now. Surely a decent recovery is now on for a few weeks.
tallprawn
29/4/2020
07:09
i added to my long
farrugia
29/4/2020
06:51
but there is clarity on 1) this will survive and successfully navigate this crisis 2) it doesn't need any capital injection 3) online sales are strong and reducing the impact of offline store closures 4) they have finally closed the loss making mobile stores
farrugia
29/4/2020
06:48
i do not think there is clarity on profit for the year and going forward.
sr2day
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