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Share Name Share Symbol Market Type Share ISIN Share Description
Footasylum Plc LSE:FOOT London Ordinary Share GB00BYPHD607 ORD GBP0.001
  Price Change % Change Share Price Shares Traded Last Trade
  0.00 0.0% 81.50 0.00 00:00:00
Bid Price Offer Price High Price Low Price Open Price
80.00 83.00
Industry Sector Turnover (m) Profit (m) EPS - Basic PE Ratio Market Cap (m)
General Retailers 194.77 1.94 0.19 428.9 85
Last Trade Time Trade Type Trade Size Trade Price Currency
- O 0 81.50 GBX

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Posted at 07/2/2023 08:20 by Footasylum Daily Update
Footasylum Plc is listed in the General Retailers sector of the London Stock Exchange with ticker FOOT. The last closing price for Footasylum was 81.50p.
Footasylum Plc has a 4 week average price of 0p and a 12 week average price of 0p.
The 1 year high share price is 0p while the 1 year low share price is currently 0p.
There are currently 104,474,390 shares in issue and the average daily traded volume is 0 shares. The market capitalisation of Footasylum Plc is £85,146,627.85.
Posted at 18/3/2019 11:42 by kaka47
Buy Quiz Clothing Next Takeover Target just as Foot share price collapsed from 2 pounds to 17p Management trousered over 90 Million when they floated 50% quiz 20 months ago
Posted at 18/3/2019 08:00 by spob
18 February 2019

Statement from JD Sports Fashion Plc ("JD Sports")

JD Sports confirms that it has today acquired 8,676,878 shares in Footasylum plc ("Footasylum"), representing 8.3% of the issued share capital of Footasylum.

JD Sports has acquired this stake for investment purposes. JD Sports is prepared to acquire up to an aggregate interest of 29.9% in Footasylum and confirms that it is not intending to make an offer for Footasylum.

Posted at 18/3/2019 07:57 by spob
JD have manipulated the market for FOOT shares imho

They previously said they did not intend to make an offer

which depressed the share price


the FOOT share price would have settled much higher had they not made that statement

they should not be allowed to make an offer within 6 months imho

many would have bought shares in FOOT, including myself, had they not put out that statement

no doubt many others sold their FOOT shares on the back of that statement too

not good

Posted at 17/2/2019 23:42 by 97peter
Hi Nitbhav06 - Good question and recommendation to make to Footasylum direct via e-mail. I think there is definite 'legs' on having Foot stores in Holland and Spain /France/Germany in many of their chosen retail parks as they don't have JD Sports or other competition!!!!
Great idea and hopefully no more shops in UK until we consolidate and get the turnover up in UK and share price back to the heights of 80-909p.

Posted at 05/1/2019 12:27 by footloose2
TONY500

Well they are giving plenty of notice that its a Friday.
Bad news comes out on a friday late when its trying to hide something.
Any way i don't know why they do it. Bad news is always punished sooner or later.

Could be they want the four days before news to build up the tension and the share price
Then drop the good news on Friday morning. Then it gives the weekend for the papers to feed the info out to its readers.

I think the update will be positive, not great but fair.
I also think it won't be long before one of the gig two take us out.
Foot will be hitting there margins,They also have some great stores. They could close some of there own stores that are in competition with foot or the other way round. I only say this as the value of Foot is so low now it would make perfect sense at this moment.

Posted at 03/12/2018 10:47 by john09
Footasylum has seen at least two of its credit insurers cut cover while another has placed it in special measures as concerns grow over its financial stability.

According to Drapers, the footwear retailer, which reported a £4 million loss last month, has had its cover withdrawn or significantly reduced by major insurers Euler Hermes and Nexus, while Atradius is understood to have placed it on “special risk measures”.

Suppliers purchase credit insurance to ensure their losses would still be covered should a company collapse, but insurers either hike the prices or remove cover entirely when a company looks likely to fail before it can pay its creditors.

This year alone insurers have withdrawn cover on Poundworld, House of Fraser and New Look and The Original Factory Shops (Tofs).Nice company to hold !

The news follows a string of troubling financial statements from Footasylum, which posted a pre-tax loss of £4 million in the 26 weeks to August 25, despite revenue rising 19 per cent to £98.6 million, propped up by a 29 per cent surge in online sales.

A month before those results were published, it issued a profit warning stating its revenue growth and earnings will come in “significantly lower than previous guidance”, sending shares plummeting 50 per cent, marking an 87 per cent decline in share prices since January.

Have you ever had insurance cancelled or declined? Yes 😂😂😂 but only 3 insurers haha.

Posted at 01/12/2018 10:39 by footloose2
Joe90

you are a big ramper lol.

well the spread on here is 3.45%
The spread on FST is 10.4%.
bloody hell.

I also think i will follow the ii who just invested 2m in here.
I don't think its a good idea that anyone take any notice of your advise.
You are telling people not to invest in here, at this low price after an ii has just bought 6%. Yet you were buying FST at all time highs and telling people to do the same. Today said share is back to near time all time lows.lol.
Your posts should come with a profits warning.

I also see an ii has increased there holding a little over at said share.
Seems they reduced the share price while he was buying. At least here they moved the share price up 10% while they were buying. What do you think will happen over there now, if they dropped the price while he was buying and now he has finished.
No investment advice from me, just my opinion.

Posted at 28/11/2018 15:08 by footloose2
So we have a market that is rigged, not just here, in all AIM companies.
AIM was brought about to rip off the PI'S and fill the pockets of the elite.
Today again you can see here that the share price has been dropped to force some PI's to sell.
Then you get the buyer move in, thank his mates the MM's and take those shares sold at a discount. Its not many at all really. But it is the principle of the thing that matters.Drop the price 5% get a few sell, fat boy comes in sucks them all up in one go. There has been no morals in the investment business for a long time now,it don't look like it is ever going to change anytime soon.

If it was dropped on news or a high volume of sales i would not comment.
But how many of these shares were stolen off people with stop losses being taken out?
Stop losses people are encouraged to use.
I never put a stop loss on as it was invented by the people that know where they are so they can drop or rise an share price to manipulate a market for there benefit.

Posted at 25/11/2018 15:05 by footloose2
The history of FOOT.

Footasylum was founded in 2005 by David Makin, an established retail operator who was one of the two co-founders of JD Sports Plc. He was later joined by John Wardle, the other co-founder of JD Sports, who was CEO of Footasylum from 2008 until 2015 when he moved to the role of Executive Chairman. He was succeeded as CEO by Clare Nesbitt, who joined the Company in 2009 and was Deputy CEO from 2012 to 2015.

The key milestones in the Company’s history are summarised below:

FY07 First Footasylum store opened
FY08 www.footasylum.com launched
FY09 John Wardle, co-founder of the JD Sports chain with David Makin, joined as
CEO Flagship Liverpool store opened
FY10 Clare Nesbitt (neé Makin) joined the Company
FY13 Clare Nesbitt appointed Deputy CEO
FY14 Flagship Trafford Megastore opened, trading from 30 stores by year end
FY15
Major improvements made in the Company’s infrastructure:

Headquarters relocated to Sandbrook Park
Distribution centre consolidated into a single unit
Warehouse systems and processes upgraded
FY16 Clare Nesbitt appointed CEO, with John Wardle moving to Executive Chairman
Jack Spellacy promoted to Buying and Merchandising Director
10 new stores opened, trading from 44 stores by year end
Junior apparel category launched
FY17 12 new stores opened including new concept, 7 Liverpool (in Liverpool)
Danielle Davies joined the Company as CFO
Nursery apparel and online women’s apparel categories launched
FY18 YTD Five new stores opened, taking the store estate to 61 as at 2 November 2017
Leeds store up sized to a flagship store, including the Company’s first standalone store-in-store showcasing women’s footwear, apparel and accessories
Wholesale arm launched – own brand ‘Kings Will Dream’ distributed by retail partners, including ASOS

Posted at 20/11/2018 11:46 by footloose2
Could it have been that peel knew the buyer we have wanted in and said they could get them in as low as 22p? The sells stopped at 30p so they have now had to pay 32-33p.
One thing is for sure, Peel and his mates are not getting any sells at this price and seem happy to hold the share price at 33p for them to buy.
SO we will stay around here until they have finished there buying.I don't mind that, the more they buy and take out of free float the better.
Sooner or later the news will come and then the shortage of shares will push the share price up faster,AIMO.

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