Share Name Share Symbol Market Type Share ISIN Share Description
Lookers Plc LSE:LOOK London Ordinary Share GB00B17MMZ46 ORD 5P
  Price Change % Change Share Price Shares Traded Last Trade
  +0.10p +0.12% 86.60p 33,001 11:17:38
Bid Price Offer Price High Price Low Price Open Price
86.60p 87.10p 87.60p 86.60p 87.60p
Industry Sector Turnover (m) Profit (m) EPS - Basic PE Ratio Market Cap (m)
General Retailers 4,879.50 53.10 11.07 7.8 336.9

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Lookers Daily Update: Lookers Plc is listed in the General Retailers sector of the London Stock Exchange with ticker LOOK. The last closing price for Lookers was 86.50p.
Lookers Plc has a 4 week average price of 84.40p and a 12 week average price of 84.40p.
The 1 year high share price is 113.60p while the 1 year low share price is currently 84.40p.
There are currently 389,077,822 shares in issue and the average daily traded volume is 163,713 shares. The market capitalisation of Lookers Plc is £336,941,393.85.
mortimer7: Share price drop this morning looks to have been triggered by Pendragons disastrous quarter one trading update RNS. I don't think Lookers business will be as poor as Pendragon: Remember.... For the last year end to 31/12/2018 compared to previous year, Lookers Turnover & GP both went up, Pendragons both went down. Buying opp today IMO.
chrisdonohue: Share price seems to be supported mainly by company buying its own shares. Pendragon warning today reinforces weakness of the Car market.
ed 123: Hi EI. If the buybacks are to be modest, then why do them at all? Pendragon did some share buybacks at up to 40p per share. Price in the market now? 25p. Capex? Why do the manufacturers require such glossy showrooms and styling updates? At the end of the day the customer pays. If there is to be real pressure on consumers ahead, then surely those showrooms jobs will be cut back? High margin on servicing and repairs? I wonder if the time will come when the market resists the prices that the car group garages charge? As an example, I needed some steering parts recently and bought the OEM items for a quarter of the price the garage was asking. The public seem blind or indifferent to these massive margins. But, will it go on for ever?
prospective investor: From experience; if the share price sinks before then there are people who know more than me! Especially before an update. Might take this loss
essentialinvestor: Share price trebled between 2011 and 2015. The 2009 low was around 20 pence from memory, there has been some major money made here.
walbrock82: MUANGSING When you lower the rate of return, the share price should move higher. By choosing 5%, Lookers would be £3.67, if post-tax earning gets maintained at £80m.
muangsing: walbrock82 Out of curiosity what would the share price of Lookers be if the required rate of interest were to be 5% and not 11%. Regards
walbrock82: Car dealership market To understand the car dealership market, you need to know what driving the sector. The last recession caused oversupply on the manufacturing side, so car subsidy schemes have helped stimulate demand. The biggest change to car financing is the PCP financing model, where owners no longer own cars but lease it for two to three years. They pay for the depreciation of the car rather than the full price. Afterwards, the owners could pay the remaining balance or sign another PCP financing for another car. This is called the PCP finance model. The problem is the shift from oversupply in manufacturing to over supplying the retail side. As long as demand keeps rising there are buyers to be found. Now, SMMT is forecasting the UK new car sales to fall for the first time in four years by 5% in 2017. In 2018, this will decline by 3%. Within two years, the demand for cars would have fallen by 10% in total. Forecast That will hit car dealers like Vertu and Lookers because they rely on volume and price. So, my analysis for Lookers is it will trade around 80 pence in the next 12 months. For the breakdown of calculation and detail analysis on my share price prediction, click here:
ed 123: Someone was trying to buy a large quantity of shares at 111p in the closing auction today. I'd guess this was Odey. They have to buy back at some point and the rising share price will have them twitching. Holders have the upper hand, imo.
1fox1: I think the share price is now on a steady decline. 60/70p is a strong possibility in my opinion. Not a good idea to sell the parts division. This acted has a cushion if bad times return. I also see Motorpoint (MOTR) is well down this morning.
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