Share Name Share Symbol Market Type Share ISIN Share Description
Frasers Group Plc LSE:FRAS London Ordinary Share GB00B1QH8P22 ORD 10P
  Price Change % Change Share Price Shares Traded Last Trade
  8.00 1.05% 767.00 8,168 09:03:31
Bid Price Offer Price High Price Low Price Open Price
765.50 767.50 774.00 756.50 774.00
Industry Sector Turnover (m) Profit (m) EPS - Basic PE Ratio Market Cap (m)
General Retailers 47,469.00 366.10 3,846
Last Trade Time Trade Type Trade Size Trade Price Currency
09:03:02 AT 183 767.00 GBX

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Posted at 27/1/2023 08:20 by Frasers Daily Update
Frasers Group Plc is listed in the General Retailers sector of the London Stock Exchange with ticker FRAS. The last closing price for Frasers was 759p.
Frasers Group Plc has a 4 week average price of 710p and a 12 week average price of 643p.
The 1 year high share price is 994.50p while the 1 year low share price is currently 523.50p.
There are currently 501,405,373 shares in issue and the average daily traded volume is 414,491 shares. The market capitalisation of Frasers Group Plc is £3,845,779,210.91.
Posted at 08/12/2022 07:18 by chester9
At first glance a stunning set of resultsOutlook: Whilst the macroeconomic environment is clearly challenging and the backdrop for the coming year is hard to predict with any certainty, we have strong strategic and trading momentum behind us and we remain confident in our guidance for Adjusted PBT of between £450m to £500m for this financial year. · Group revenue increased by 12.7%, largely due to acquisitions• Excluding acquisitions, disposals and on a currency neutral basis, revenue increased by 3.9% (2)· UK Sports Retail revenue increased by 11.6%, largely due to the acquisition of Studio Retail Limited ('SRL') on 24 February 2022• Excluding acquisitions, revenue decreased by 3.1% (2) largely due to a reduction within Game UK and the very strong reopening of stores after the last lockdown in March 2021 in the prior period· Premium Lifestyle revenue increased by 24.7%, largely due to new FLANNELS stores and continued growth in online• Excluding acquisitions, revenue increased by 22.2% (2)· International Retail revenue increased by 5.8%, largely due to the acquisition of Sportmaster on 16 May 2022 and an increase in the Malaysian business, offset by the reduction in revenue following the disposal of the US retail businesses on 25 May 2022• Excluding acquisitions, disposals and on a currency neutral basis, revenue increased by 9.2% (2) largely due to increases in the Malaysian business due to the prior period being impacted by Covid· Group gross margin decreased to 42.0% from 44.7% in line with our guidance given above, which reflects mix effects (from the acquisition of Studio Retail, the disposal of the US retail businesses and House of Fraser store closures), a strong prior year comparative of full price trading, cost of goods inflation, and a maintained inventory provision percentage in the current period· Reported profit before tax was £284.6m, up 53.0% reflecting:• Continually improving product choice in the core UK business• FLANNELS growth through store roll out and online• Profit on disposal of assets (property at £91.2m, US retail businesses at £26.3m) with mitigations including impairments of property of £50.2m (FY22 H1: £135.3m) and intangibles of £27.5m (FY22 H1: £4.4m), non-recurring profit before tax in the prior period from the disposed of US retail businesses (FY22 H1: £17.9m), an increased inventory provision amount, and the prior period in FY22 benefitting from business rates relief· Adjusted PBT was £267.1m, up 38.8%. As a percentage of revenue, Adjusted PBT is 10.1%, up from 8.2%• Excluding acquisitions, disposals and on a currency neutral basis, adjusted PBT increased by 53.8% (2)· Cash inflow from operating activities before working capital decreased to £389.9m compared to £454.1m largely due to increased operating costs, new acquisitions, and the business rates relief in the prior period· Net assets have increased to £1,382.3m from £1,308.6m at 24 April 2022 (FY22 H1: £1,367.2m), largely due to the increased profitability of the Group offset by significant share buybacks· Reported basic earnings per share grew by 63.5% to 46.1p, from 28.2p• Adjusted basic earnings per share increased by 47.9% to 44.8p from 30.3p (1)· Reported profit after tax was £219.6m up 52.8% from £143.7m
Posted at 28/11/2022 09:23 by chester9
Agree interesting to see John Lewis offering 20% off beauty. Beauty margins are tight which indicates a desperation in their discounting. Given Frasers breadth of offer and the World Cup on they offered a spend £250 and get a voucher of £50 to return with in the Flannels. A cleverer way you reward the high spenders not the day traders. They have also not had to follow through on their buyback as price jumped to 9 pounds. Results in 3 weeks. Retail is expected to be tough with the stock overhang from late deliveries because of no shipping containers. In a discounted last 4 weeks before 25th expect more casualties. Frasers will not be one but will be shopping again in January. John Lewis sadly is being terribly lead and ducking the tough decisions until it is too late.
Posted at 28/11/2022 08:45 by clocktower
Fraser going against the tidal flow of other retailers but how much longer can it hold onto these share price gains?

Even the weather might start to have a huge impact on sales, if the beast from the east hits the country very soon.

Posted at 14/11/2022 13:16 by chester9
(Sharecast News) - Retailer Frasers Group was said to be close to striking a deal to acquire Savile Row tailor Gieves & Hawkes after its Hong Kong-based owner collapsed into liquidation.According to Sky, Frasers will look to buy the iconic tailor, which has held royal warrants for King Charles III, for an undisclosed price.Frasers' Mike Ashley was also said to have been contemplating an acquisition of Gieves & Hawkes since September.
Posted at 21/10/2022 14:38 by chester9
Apparently Frasers are looking at Asos, Matalan, MySale if you believe the Daily Mail and others. Frasers is a great bet on tough times as model is to operate a tight ship. If Company buys more distressed companies then they will buy at lowest price ask the MYSale shareholders. That's the price of running out of cash.In 2 years those companies will be turned around as confidence returns. 15 pounds is the target for Senior executives and 500m profit. Will they do it. We will see but I'm not selling.
Posted at 04/8/2022 15:45 by aston girl
My understanding is that there are 3 significant price points for the shares to achieve for the staff & management to get their bonus shares

£10 for Fearless 1000
£12 for the CFO Chris Wooten
£15 for young Michael

Each of these must be achieved for a consecutive 30 days for the scheme to pay out

Posted at 22/7/2022 06:35 by chester9
Mike Murray's and Chris Wootens deals are 15 pounds a share and they are then even more wealthy men. I would expect a retrace but onwards to 15 pounds. The reason company holds costs is that most new acquisitions are re contracted one step at a time to Frasers Group systems and staff to Frasers group terms. Costs based on wages around Shirebrook. Not in fancy HQ in the City. Outcome greater value for shareholders. Culture built by Mike Ashley and family risks taken but money not wasted. He's a one off and clearly trusts Mike Murray to keep the journey rolling. Nice day yesterday.
Posted at 21/7/2022 10:32 by adg
When i read the son-in-law was on a share price performance related long term bonus scheme for an obscene amount of millions of pounds i purchased some in my SIPP for six pounds something waiting for the inevitable doubling of the share price...... just needs patience
Posted at 20/7/2022 13:14 by chester9
Place your bets ladies and gentlemen. After upbeat JD update. I am expected same from Frasers group. Lots of share buy backs, lots of looking at taking over struggling businesses. Money tight is perfect for Sports Direct, kids still living at home good for Flannels, Evans and should have had bumper years last year, though this year up against those bumper figures. US operation disposed of. Closing unprofitable House of Frasers. Plenty of cash for more. 10 pounds is coming. We will know tomorrow but expecting upbeat but with a bit of caution.Oh and World Cup in December should be a boom year.
Posted at 17/11/2021 15:35 by chester9
The group faces the usual challenges on wage inflation. With minimum wage going up between 4% and 9% next April, depending on age for a minimum wage payer like Frasers Group that will hurt. It will hurt more other retailers that have less Zero hours flexibility. I see the group is closing it's flagship House of Fraser on Oxford Street. The Victoria one is also closing according to the Evening Standard. It looks like Mike Ashley has taken what he needs from House of Frasers Brand relationships and is clearing out the unprofitable ones. The Flannels are much slicker operations, higher price items, lower staffing costs apparently very profitable. After visiting the Sports Direct in Oxford Street they seem to have taken half the stock out to 'elevate it' which is the buzz word. It looks and feels much easier to get round. Share price nearly back to 7 pounds. It looks to me ship is on track.
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