Share Name Share Symbol Market Type Share ISIN Share Description
Halfords Group Plc LSE:HFD London Ordinary Share GB00B012TP20 ORD 1P
  Price Change % Change Share Price Shares Traded Last Trade
  -0.50 -0.17% 299.00 1,678,829 16:29:54
Bid Price Offer Price High Price Low Price Open Price
299.00 300.00 300.00 294.50 295.00
Industry Sector Turnover (m) Profit (m) EPS - Basic PE Ratio Market Cap (m)
General Retailers 1,155.10 19.40 8.90 33.6 595
Last Trade Time Trade Type Trade Size Trade Price Currency
17:52:54 O 13 297.328 GBX

Halfords (HFD) Latest News

Halfords News

Date Time Source Headline
14/1/202113:49ALNCHalfords In Cycling Boom Over Christmas But Will Shut Nearly 50 Stores
31/12/202014:30UKREGHalfords Group PLC: Total Voting Rights
14/12/202013:56UKREGHalfords Group PLC: Holding in Company
03/12/202016:04UKREGDirector/PDMR Shareholding
30/11/202015:45UKREGTotal Voting Rights
30/11/202014:15UKREGHolding in Company
20/11/202015:04UKREGDirector/PDMR Shareholding
18/11/202011:08ALNCHalfords Sees Cycling Boom But Gears Up For Virus, Winter Uncertainty
18/11/202007:00UKREGInterim Results: Financial Year 2021
30/10/202015:00UKREGTotal Voting Rights
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13/9/201707:15Halfords thread with charts199
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Halfords Daily Update: Halfords Group Plc is listed in the General Retailers sector of the London Stock Exchange with ticker HFD. The last closing price for Halfords was 299.50p.
Halfords Group Plc has a 4 week average price of 246p and a 12 week average price of 218.50p.
The 1 year high share price is 303.50p while the 1 year low share price is currently 49.58p.
There are currently 199,116,632 shares in issue and the average daily traded volume is 540,458 shares. The market capitalisation of Halfords Group Plc is £595,358,729.68.
greco600: Haha yeah..I'm sure I remember it happening before and I'm sure it was hfd
pixtel: Sold ALL my HFD holdngs as there were juicier places to put the money short term.. Good luck to all who still hold. Beware the pressure on them to repay rates relief as many other retailers have done once dividends restart. This money is flattering the figures this year.
energeticbacker: Halfords has been a clear pandemic winner from the retail sector, reflected in its strong share price performance, however, despite this, the shares still trade well below previous highs. New commentary on the Investor's Champion website.
yump: The bikes that could have been sold at Christmas were sold in the summer. If they can't get stock (which looks unlikely if you visit any store - have a chat to the bike folk), then cycling will take a temporary hit and H2 will be less than H1. Or rather, H1 was flattered by bike sales. Although at Christmas its usually more kids bikes. Longer term it seems a growth story to me - whether you like their service or not. Bikes and bike servicing will carry on growing. I was just looking at PETS. HFD yet to have the flood of funds investing. They will still buy on p/e ratings that look racey, just to get the right % of retail. A lower H2 will give a share price dip on the uptrend imo. Perhaps a big sell off over 300p.
amt: The poor reaction to the good results seems to be the uncertain outlook as stated by management. I recall they were very downbeat earlier in the crisis but their pessimism was completely misplaced. Its odd to see this. Most companies seem to find any excuse to find good news. Gradually the market is getting wise to this and probably after Christmas they will have to upgrade and make some sort of forcast. I would rather see over delivering though since a share price rise is more sustainable. The market will eventually come up with a realistic value. Infact their caution earlier gave me an opportunity to buy in at 1.20 when it was clear they would benefit from the pandemic and current trends.
adeg: The none payment of the dividend is important. Companies are run for the benefit of their shareholders and while a 6p interim dividend is immaterial when the share price swings 40p in a day, so is the CEOs annual salary but I don't see that getting stopped. Strong, stable companies pay a regular dividend, preferably one that grows over time.
wetpantz: Results haven't shot the lights out, sold the rest of my position. HFD was handed a huge pandemic opportunity but failed to make the most of it. The stores I've visited are largely empty and website is pretty poor and buggy compared to other retailers. There's only so many bikes the UK will buy and the MoT backlog won't last forever. Push into electric cars not great for HFD either. Still high debt and liabilities (leases)
kendonagasaki: Wow.....!Just had a message from an associate now.He tells me that HFD are about to begin making redundancies within thier management structures.I have asked for more detail but his PA's brother in the south east was apparently told by a gloomy member of staff today that she had been told her role was being made redundant and also some manger roles were too????????Always best to email HFD CENTRAL HQ to dispel any rumours imo.Maybe her brother got the wrong end of the stick....?Maybe it is just a disgruntled staff member...The money this company has just made through LOCKDOWN shouldn'tequate to redundancies as far as I'm aware.They did indeed trade, made profits and used the Goverment Furlough Scheme to its full advantage.If they are and it's true.I suggest the goverment make themPay back every penny they took from theGoverment in lieu of furlough payment at thebehest of the tax payers...?Let's see if this is a rumour or a fact first.If it is true... there goes a money grabbing dishonest company in my opinion?? I'm sure it can't be true because only an insane, heartless, crass and uneducated fool would destroy morale of his staff just as Christmas looms?However the world is getting stranger by the day...
yump: Surely it will depend on the difference between this winter and previous ones ? Of course bike demand will slow. Unless the general trend in cycling means there are an increasing number of people buying around Christmas. Unless they already bought this summer of course. Unless big ticket items suffer a general fall because of people having less money. Its all a bit tricky... It might be more important for the share price, to find an increasing number of retail funds sticking their investments into the remaining retailers that are actually surviving. PETS now has what would in the past have been a super growth stock rating. Who would have thought it ? xx larger funds with only a few retailers to invest in to balance their funds across the sectors.
bluecash: I see the share price turning back up again now as the numbers are starting to sink in. This is likely to be a good week for the HFD shareprice imo. DYOR.
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