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
  +0.90p +0.77% 117.15p 341,537 12:59:45
Bid Price Offer Price High Price Low Price Open Price
117.10p 117.15p 119.10p 116.30p 116.35p
Industry Sector Turnover (m) Profit (m) EPS - Basic PE Ratio Market Cap (m)
General Retailers 10,531.00 289.00 14.40 8.1 1,359.2

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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 116.25p.
Dixons Carphone Plc has a 4 week average price of 115.65p and a 12 week average price of 115.65p.
The 1 year high share price is 234.10p while the 1 year low share price is currently 113.55p.
There are currently 1,160,210,224 shares in issue and the average daily traded volume is 1,470,282 shares. The market capitalisation of Dixons Carphone Plc is £1,357,445,962.08.
tim 3: Looks like some relief it was not worse, mobile yet again continues to overshadow gains elsewhere. Dixons Carphone said Thursday like-for-like revenue was flat in the first quarter, as World-Cup fever boosted demand for consumer electronics, but struggles in its mobile segment continued. The retailer maintained its full year profit before tax guidance of around £300m. For the 13 weeks ending July 28, like-for-like revenue was flat and total revenue rose 13%. The company said the results were in-line with management's expectations as electrical like-for-like revenue was flat and its mobile segment saw like-for-like revenue drop 1% in the first quarter. UK & Ireland like-for-like revenue was flat, while reported revenue fell 2%. Nordics like-for-like revenue was flat with good share gains driven by better availability, while Greece like-for-like revenue was up 9%, strongly outperforming the market. 'First quarter performance was in line with expectations. We've maintained or grown our leading market positions, and our full year PBT guidance of around £300m remains unchanged,' said Alex Baldock, Group Chief Executive. 08:20 A flat quarter for Dixons Carphone Commenting on Dixons Carphone first quarter trading update, Richard Hunter, head of markets at Interactive Investor, said: 'Given its recent history of a profits warning in May and a fairly sorry set of full-year numbers in June, Dixons Carphone will be pleased with a reasonably uneventful first quarter. 'Revenues are generally flat, with highlights coming in the form of continued online growth of 13 per cent and a better contribution from Greece, up 9 per cent. 'Meanwhile, the sale of consumer electronics was bolstered by the World Cup fever which gripped the country in the summer, and helped to offset weaker performances in white goods and computing. Of some comfort is the reiteration of previous guidance for the full-year ahead profit number, whilst in the background the dividend yield of 6.9 per cent is a compelling reason to stay with the shares as the company’s transformation plays out. 'Even so, Dixons Carphone’s issues will not be resolved overnight. Regular smartphone updates across the industry are dwindling as the market approaches saturation point and for the company mobile revenues have slipped on a like-for-like basis. 'The general pressure on retailers and the possibility of UK consumer retrenchment also weigh on prospects, particularly for the higher end products which the group provides. 'Investors have taken a sanguine view on recent developments, with the market consensus having edged up to a buy since the final results. Even so, the share price remains under pressure, having lost 16 per cent in the last three months alone. Ahead of the next update in December, there remains much for management to do under the bonnet.'
vulcan2: @meinhere - the post ex-div drop/adjustment happens with almost every share but its not a crash. These should go up to. They are the only electrical retailer in the UK. Yes they have competition from other stores (some of which are closing/closed down - so less competition), they have internet presence and international presence. Customer service and physical presence on the high street is very important - If you ever had to return goods (at your own costs) or complain to an online only retailer you will know exactly what I mean. They are still profitable and paying Divs. I would expect the share price to rise towards £2.0
jondev: Not usually - it's a good didvidend given the current share price
vulcan2: dc. ex-div date is 23rd August so should see a steady rise in share price.
libertine: Some views on Dixons Carphone AJ Bell investment director Russ Mould - “Often when a new chief executive joins a company, particularly if has faced operational challenges or is in a difficult sector, he will look to rebase expectations. “Eight weeks in to his tenure at electronics retailer Dixons Carphone, chief executive Alex Baldock has followed this playbook to the letter. “In what can be described as a kitchen sinking exercise, the company is guiding for a significant drop in profit in the current financial year and reveals plans to shutter 92 Carphone Warehouse stores. “The mobile phone part of the business has suffered thanks to rising competition, increases in handset prices and changing customer habits with consumers holding on to their phones for longer. “Investors may forgive Baldock the pain caused by this shock profit warning if he can back up his assertion that the problems the company faces are ‘fixable’;. “However, he needs to get it right as there is unlikely to be a second opportunity to ground expectations in this way.” Market analyst Neil Wilson at said it could only be described as a "nasty little profits warning" but was confident that while Dixons "looks a bit flabby and the market is just as soft", there should be some easy wins in terms of making it leaner, especially around store closures. As there are more than 700 Carphone standalones in a total store estate of more than 1,000, he said there was ample opportunity to rationalise the Carphone estate and improve profitability in mobile whilst still retaining a dominant market position. "The fact that Dixons would shutter a significant portion of Carephone Warehouse formats was probably the worst kept secret in retail, and there is scope for more." Said Credit Suisse: "On one side, the statement highlights the early work done by the new CEO Alex Baldock in getting a handle on the business and making early changes, particularly in management, and also lays bare the scale of challenges in the business mainly in the UK. But the reality is that profits will be c.20-25% lower for the second year in a row and investors will have to wait until December to get a full update on strategic plans and progress." As for Deutsche Bank, which had been forecasting £400m PBT for the coming year, said they expect the dividend yield "to be a likely reference point for valuation" and view the dividend as "secure" after cutting profit forecasts to management's new guidance. "We revert to a target price based on discounted cashflow basis, which falls to 210p though we anticipate the fall in share price today to provide upside to this target."
momentofclarity: Aye, DC. price action this morning would suggest you could be right
undervaluedassets: hmm I wish someone would actually engage in debate. My reasons for thinking the situation here is parlous are ... Ceo sold hugely before the smartphone debacle announcement (he has now bought back a tenth of what he sold for the sake of appearance)... He is not stupid is he? The marriage betweeen CPW and DXNS is a disaster which has brought the whole low. (It is a matter of uncontestable fact that the smartphone news would not have impacted in the same way if there had been no merger with CPW as that is their business .. selling smartphones - the share price would now be 50% higher than it is) "The internet of things" is a myth that is being touted by Seb as something incredibly exciting thing to bamboozle investors and the city ... emperor's new cloths I am afraid - most people just want a kettle, hoover, or whatever. Competing with Amazon (which Seb insists on doing) on price is completely impossible and margins are incredibly small. Amazon has no onerous leases on property like DC. As a result Amazon shares have outperformed DC. by 130,000% since 2000. And in fact Amazon share are up by another 20% year to date (I do not need to remind DC investors what the the DC. share price has done). In addition. There is no cash in this business. There is no tangible asset value. And for the 1st time ever there is inventory in excess of £1billion. DC. is what it appears to be .. an empty bag. It has no value added proposition because it owns nothing .. Everything that it is doing is being done better online. come back and debate what I have said here at the very least. I was very long here a long while back. I changed my mind. Debate with me.. If you find enough FACTS to convince me .. who knows I may change my mind again Good luck all longs and shorts.
walbrock82: Wow, this one colossal company is a story of two halves. One is the obvious undervaluation when investors see manageable debt levels, stable profits (despite, tough competition from AO World and Argos), and improvement in asset utilisation. On the other hand, you discover that management has put a huge value from this merger which resulted in overstating their assets by £1.768bn (mainly goodwill and intangibles). From a market viewpoint, the reduced profits of £100m still present a dirt-cheap valuation, such as the EBIT yield at 13% and the Earnings Power Value showing a 37% discount to the current share price. Using technical analysis, Dixons Carphone’s share price is near their lows. For some reasons, the share price correlates well with their technical indicators in MACD and RSI. Look at the monthly chart for timing your entry. Here is the comparison between their weekly daily chart ( and monthly chart ( For a full explanation, calculations and charts click on the link: P.S. If you like this post, remember to subscribe for more exciting stock analysis or browse my blog for other companies I have covered.
undervaluedassets: the pre merger DXNS share price hovers aroung 26p - some 35% below the median price it was in 1994. For those that are interested - to extrapolate the old DXNS price from the New DC. price you multiply the DC. price by 0.15 to extrapolate the New DC. price from the old DXNS price you multiply the DC. price by 6.66. The 2012 pre merger DXNS 'low' was 9.5p ... That would equal 63p in "new" money. 63p is really quite a long way to fall from here. More slips, unscheduled announcements, divi cuts and the share price could well visit those lows and some. I also do not see how this company can engineer any particularly good news - there is so little cash in the till with which Seb can do anything clever. Perhaps on reflection this might actually be a good thing; Sebastian James's last "bright idea" - the merger with CPW - has brought the Share price to it's knees.
smartypants: Just me again today ??? Hello o o o o o o o ooooooooooo? Ok, may I post my favorite thing.. "despite" Despite reporting bumper Christmas trading ...etc etc "The volume of retail sales in the United Kingdom fell by 0.3% in January compared to previous month, the Office for National Statistics reported. Annually, the volume of retail sales rose by 1.5% compared to January last year. The figure suggested that lowest growth in quantity bought in the retail industry since November 2013. Average store prices including petrol station saw an increase of 1.9% year on year. The largest input came from petrol stations. Non-store retailing rose 10.1% from the same period last year but declined 7.2% month on month. Here .. despite retail sales in the United Kingdom falling by 0.3% in January compared to previous month, the volume of retail sales rose by 1.5% compared to January last year. DC. share price Jan 2016..around 450p, so 1.5 increase in sales volume gives a rise to?....300p ??? Non-store retailing rose 10.1% from the same period last year ...?? If only Dixy had some non-store retailing...on-line sales ?
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