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FRAS Frasers Group Plc

4.50 (0.49%)
08 Dec 2023 - Closed
Delayed by 15 minutes
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
  4.50 0.49% 919.00 468,759 16:35:26
Bid Price Offer Price High Price Low Price Open Price
919.50 921.00 924.50 910.00 920.00
Industry Sector Turnover Profit EPS - Basic PE Ratio Market Cap
Sport Gds Stores, Bike Shops 5.45B 488M 1.0724 8.59 4.19B
Last Trade Time Trade Type Trade Size Trade Price Currency
17:55:04 O 1,969 916.642 GBX

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Date Time Title Posts
22/11/202315:33SPORTS DIRECT - FRASER..262
26/5/202211:05Frasers - the next stage for Sports Direct20

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Frasers (FRAS) Most Recent Trades

Trade Time Trade Price Trade Size Trade Value Trade Type
2023-12-08 17:55:05916.641,96918,048.68O
2023-12-08 17:47:00921.09436.84O
2023-12-08 17:47:00916.0919.16O
2023-12-08 17:47:00918.09436.72O
2023-12-08 17:40:09917.173,17029,074.42O

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Posted at 09/12/2023 08:20 by Frasers Daily Update
Frasers Group Plc is listed in the Sport Gds Stores, Bike Shops sector of the London Stock Exchange with ticker FRAS. The last closing price for Frasers was 914.50p.
Frasers currently has 455,071,142 shares in issue. The market capitalisation of Frasers is £4,191,205,218.
Frasers has a price to earnings ratio (PE ratio) of 8.59.
This morning FRAS shares opened at 920p
Posted at 21/9/2023 10:15 by chester9
Why when JD produce a great set of results announce a buy back that effectively locks the share price to £8. That said it guarantees the share price When Frasers buys a company typically the first thing they do is start a sale. Badly run companies, especially web companies do not manage their aged stock and returns, they hold it on the books at full value bonkers. Frasers deal with the stock usually at half price, it still makes them a big profit when bought from a distressed seller. Next tidy up the company and see if you can make it work, if not can you get a better offer from someone else?It's a clever model that gets stock at rock bottom price and clears at profit. If they paid 20m and sell for the same they will be sitting on a healthy return. Clever.
Posted at 15/7/2023 18:02 by chester9
With inflation at 10% sales should be up, that's a given, its about the profit. With wage cost increasing how have they managed the costs? World Cup in November 22 will have helped results. Cash is clearly not a problem with investments in so many companies and a large share buy back.Press have it that internally there are redundancies taking place to manage cost base. That's showing positive controls.With move to Coventry being planned it seems company moving in new more modern direction. Secret sauce seems to be key brand friendly figure heads that look like they are running the business, while old crew in reality are still pulling the strings.I expect good results.
Posted at 25/5/2023 12:05 by chester9
Maybe as he's no longer CEO then he thinks it's ok. I agree it's highly unlikely that he does not know what the year end looks like. He also knows the rules but history tells us he sales as close as possible to the edge. Let's see if he gets called out for it.What price auditor delays as usual.
Posted at 25/5/2023 09:12 by 74tom
I mean he'd never be that stupid would he?

RNS this morning suggests he's just shuffling his cards;

"The Company was also informed on 24 May 2023 by MASH Holdings Limited ("MASH"), a company through which Michael Ashley holds shares in the Company, that MASH sold share settled put options over 800,000 shares equivalent with a strike price of £8.00 and expiry of September 2023."

A much bigger bet of £6.4m on the share price being >£8 before the end of September.

This has fallen in line with JD Sports, both of which have been influenced by the poor US results reported last week by Foot Locker. This despite JD reporting record results...

Last year this did nearly 50% trough to peak between year end & the announcement of results (575p low on 16th June to £10 high on 21st July.

It then fell back to £6.20 in mid October before once again recovering back to £9 for the interims in December.

Technically support is at ~£6.60 & £6, suspect it gets close to those levels over the next month.
Posted at 24/5/2023 07:41 by chester9
Frasers Group PLC (the "Company") was informed on 23 May 2023 by Michael Ashley (a PDMR) that: (i) put options sold by Mr Ashley over 250,000 shares in the Company with a strike price of £9.00 and an expiry of September 2023 had been exercised and were settled by Mr Ashley through the purchase of derivatives (spread bet) equivalent to 250,000 shares in the Company; and (ii) Mr Ashley had purchased further derivatives (spread bet) equivalent to 100,000 shares in the Company.So Mike Ashley has a put bet and has now settled it. Sending a massive signal to the city that year end results might not be what they are expecting. share price drops from 9:00 to 7:00. One way of issuing a trading statement.
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 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
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