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 Shares Traded Last Trade
  0.40 0.34% 119.40 2,852,066 16:35:16
Bid Price Offer Price High Price Low Price Open Price
118.70 118.90 121.90 115.10 121.90
Industry Sector Turnover (m) Profit (m) EPS - Basic PE Ratio Market Cap (m)
General Retailers 10,170.00 -140.00 -14.10 1,393
Last Trade Time Trade Type Trade Size Trade Price Currency
17:10:32 O 2,366 116.909 GBX

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2021-01-15 17:15:22116.912,3662,766.07O
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2021-01-15 16:35:44119.404,8245,759.86AT
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Dixons Carphone Daily Update: Dixons Carphone Plc is listed in the General Retailers sector of the London Stock Exchange with ticker DC.. The last closing price for Dixons Carphone was 119p.
Dixons Carphone Plc has a 4 week average price of 113.70p and a 12 week average price of 91.40p.
The 1 year high share price is 154.60p while the 1 year low share price is currently 53.50p.
There are currently 1,166,458,443 shares in issue and the average daily traded volume is 2,503,133 shares. The market capitalisation of Dixons Carphone Plc is £1,392,751,380.94.
essentialinvestor: csm, I'm already surprised ). I had in mind share price performance rather than specifically trading performance- if that makes sense.
tim 3: Thanks EI thats interesting. fwiw Every CEO I can remember has said they are not operating anywhere near their potential infact I remember being at a meeting where the then CEO said he would grow profits by some amazing figure sorry cant remember the amount but it was big!.He proceeded to cut stock levels and promotion of entry price point low margin products in favour of more expensive higher margin goods.He failed miserably and had to about turn quickly when the more expensive stock did not shift and they lost market share.The thing is it looks easy to increase profits just increase margin by a few points but in practice its really hard.Maybe he has seen something the others havent, he certainly seems popular within the group and he has given staff some decent share options from what I have heard but am not sure there are any magic fixes here its a tough tough sector and its probably going to get tougher!
essentialinvestor: Watched the recent conference call, including audio Q&A and fwiw was fairly impressed. They are gaining market share in electricals, mobile which has been heavily loss making recently should look a lot better by 2022, once the last legacy contract ends and they get a full benefit of cost savings - mobile may never be be a significant profit generator again, but it does not have to be for the wider business to thrive. Potentially major value could be created by a part sale of the Nordics business and they are looking to apply learnings from their success in that region to the UK business. Gaming segment growing rapidly. CEO was transparent and mentiond the overall business is operating nowhere near it's full potential. These look one to watch for me.
rightcoverage_martyn: I've provided some (balanced) detailed analysis below which I hope will be of interest. This is my view as a shareholder AND working with DC over the last 12 months to transition an acquisition into them. I have been in Telco / Digital for over 2 decades and I now run 1.Digital channels. The current Carphone Warehouse and Currys/PC World websites are messy compared to rivals and the ordering processes don't meet the expectations of UK Consumers. Have a look at and compare for yourself. There are plans to merge systems and improve the digital experiences for Consumers but IMO, this will take DC over 12 months from now. 2. COVID performance. All digital retailers have done well during COVID. Anyone with a half decent range of stock and a website has made money. It looks like regional lockdowns will continue in 2021 which could be good news for DC stock and others in this space. 3. DC customer ratings are terrible compared to competitors and as others have stated, there are a HUGE number of customers awaiting refunds. Many of those customers will never buy from DC again - not good. 4. The Mobile Business (the ex Carphone Warehouse part) is not in good shape. There is now a smaller choice of networks and a smaller choice of deals and value. It's no longer possible for DC to give 'simple, impartial advice' which was really their USP in this space. There is a mobile transformation programme in place designed to deliver 'new and improved' offers but this really won't make up for the lack of choice and there is no unique VP to fight against the likes of Sky Mobile. 5. IMO, DC don't have the 'right' leaders in the right places. The attitude of DC is still of that of a 'market dominator' and this reflects on the way DC treats suppliers and partners. DC are no longer a 'market dominator'. They need to change their outlook and get true leaders in place to deliver 'true' change and fix the broken parts - QUICKLY. 6. The future for any retailer is not great. Yes, UK Consumers do like click and collect but only if they were making that journey anyway. More and more sales will move to the Amazon model (easy to buy, quick delivery) and DC are some way from getting to that stage. Overall, the DC brand is strong BUT there is a lot of work to do - all of which takes tie whilst competitors are just getting stronger and stronger. I WANT my shares to get back to £4+ - but I don't think they will. This is me on LinkedIn if you want to connect. hxxps://
csmwssk12hu: Here’s a thought, on January 21st this year, share price was 151p, like for like sales struggling, in debt, hardly any free cash, covid uncertainty starting to kick in, realistically anyone at that point would have doubted Dixon’s survival chances, instead sales have grown 17% like for like even with stores shut for four months of the year, free cash flow of nearly £500m, net debt has gone and now net cash of £200m, market cap 1.4bn, online sales grew 117% to £1.8bn which is more than AO which has a £1.8bn mcap, I think Dixon’s will be re-rated after these results, they have grasped online selling superbly on the last 9 months, I also think this is AO demise as Dixon’s are a different animal and will crush them, AO will make money this year but they just don’t have Dixon’s capability to improve the business.
tim 3: If you look at AO based on just about any model the valuation is mad but the same could be said of many internet companies just look at Ocado! Few would doubt that DC are undervalued but the question is how do you release that value. Good Christmas trading is expected now imo.
philanderer: Questor: Dixons Carphone is misunderstood and undervalued. Buy Questor share tip: far from a moribund company in a sector heading for oblivion, Dixons Carphone is more than holding its own against Amazon HTTPS://
tim 3: From AO "The last six months have been like no other" Bodes well for DC.
the_grifter: This Board and Management team have no ideas for this business. Their online proposition is poor, supply chain a mess, IT infrastructure at breaking point, and all they continue to do is cut away at the one strength they have over Amazon, AO, and the like;- their stores. AO made £1.5M, yet the share price is closing in on a 5 year high. Best Buy, a true omni-channel operator, has a share price sitting on an all-time high. At Dixons Carphone, the mess this team has made with mobile is being further compounded by the ineptitude of their approach to Technology and Electrical. With the share price sitting in the 70's, does the fact that members of the board last bought shares in the company back in June 2019 indicate a lack of belief in the future for this business. Surely, a strong gesture of faith in the plans for the future would be the purchase of shares at the current low valuation? Surely, it is now time for the Chairman to take a good, hard look at his performance and that of his Management team. They appear lost, and the market appears to have no faith in them.
tim 3: I agree aim he was quick to shout his mouth off about the previous management too and said the companies performance was unacceptable yet under his leadership profits and the share price have plunged and he has just put back his timescale for the mobile side to be come profitable by up to another year.I don't even know what his plans for the business are anymore.
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