Share Name Share Symbol Market Type Share ISIN Share Description
Next Plc LSE:NXT London Ordinary Share GB0032089863 ORD 10P
  Price Change % Change Share Price Bid Price Offer Price High Price Low Price Open Price Shares Traded Last Trade
  +36.00p +0.72% 5,040.00p 5,032.00p 5,036.00p 5,038.00p 4,997.00p 5,016.00p 611,495 16:35:16
Industry Sector Turnover (m) Profit (m) EPS - Basic PE Ratio Market Cap (m)
General Retailers 4,097.3 790.2 441.3 11.4 7,367.29

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09/1/2018
16:15
Topped up here
lucicavi
03/1/2018
12:23
https://www.stockopedia.com/content/small-cap-value-report-wed-3-jan-2018-staf-clln-nxt-291768/#comments
zho
03/1/2018
09:19
"They have £915m corporate bonds which they are liable for" which is fine when you are making 700m pa
spob
03/1/2018
09:14
Spob, They have £915m corporate bonds which they are liable for.To me, it's all about their impressive cash flow.
che7win
03/1/2018
08:13
no point shorting a stock with a balance sheet like that and throwing off mountains of free cash flow
spob
03/1/2018
08:11
up around 9% LOL
spob
03/1/2018
08:07
Close hjs but no cigar ;-)
tlobs2
03/1/2018
07:57
hjs fingers crossed as i havn't bought back in yet ;-) to be honest though this statement looks fantastic to me, in the context of all the doom and gloom written about Next in the last year
spob
03/1/2018
07:56
What is important is "expectations", not the results per se. So was this update above or below expectations? 1.5% increase versus Numis forecast of - 0.5% ... so I suspect the numbers are above most analyst expectations. I don't expect much upside but should end the day positive.
alex1621
03/1/2018
07:48
Imo this is a poor statement and next will open much lower than at yesterday's close. Cash flow and buy backs will not help push the share price any higher.
hjs
03/1/2018
07:30
Full Price Sales and Profit Guidance for the Current Year Better than expected full price sales means that we are marginally upgrading our profit guidance. Our central guidance for Group profit increases by £8m to £725m and our profit guidance range is now £718m to £732m. Where we fall within this range will depend on our sales in January. OUTLOOK FOR SALES, PROFIT, CASH FLOW AND EPS IN THE YEAR AHEAD Sales Many of the challenges we faced last year look set to continue into the year ahead. Subdued consumer demand driven by a decline in real income, the increase in experiential spending at the expense of clothing, and inflation in our cost prices remain challenges for 2018. However, we believe that some of these headwinds will ease as we move through the year; we already know that cost price inflation will reduce to 2% in the first half and believe it will disappear in the second half. We are budgeting for full price sales next year to grow by between -2% and +4%. The mid-point of +1% represents a modest improvement on this year's anticipated growth of +0.3%. Profit It is very early to be issuing profit guidance for the year ahead, but if sales do grow at +1% we estimate that Group profit would be around £705m. This is marginally down on the current year as we expect operational costs to continue to grow faster than sales. Cash Flow and EPS We estimate that at our central guidance of £705m Group profit we will generate around £300m of surplus cash. Surplus cash is cash flow after capital expenditure, interest, tax and ordinary dividends but before financing any increase in Directory debtors (which we would fund through long-term bonds and bank facilities). It is our intention to distribute this surplus cash to shareholders by way of share buybacks, subject to market conditions. As at 1 January's share price of £45.25 a £300m buyback would retire 4.7% of the Company's share capital and on a full year basis boost Earnings Per Share by a similar amount. We will see some of this enhancement in the year ahead and at our central guidance, Earnings Per Share would move forward by +1.1%.
spob
03/1/2018
07:10
Https://www.investegate.co.uk/next-plc--nxt-/rns/trading-statement/201801030700027810A/
spob
15/12/2017
13:16
plough through - it seems
toffeeman
12/12/2017
12:01
Bounce off the 200 or plough through?
toffeeman
30/11/2017
22:37
Warren Buffet said Be Fearful When Others Are Greedy and Greedy When Others Are Fearful”
qantas
29/11/2017
04:30
https://www.bloomberg.com/news/articles/2017-11-28/ocado-short-squeeze-wipes-out-73-million-from-hedge-fund-trade
qantas
28/11/2017
23:33
Wow got this one OCDO correct today shorters burnt to toast. Https://shorttracker.co.uk/company/GB00B3MBS747/ They lost 23.98% in a day. How did they get it so wrong number two most shorted stock.
qantas
27/11/2017
11:34
Oh dear... is this a head and shoulders pattern now? Could we get back in to the mid £30's with the falling lows? I'd appreciate any Chartists comments
badg
25/11/2017
11:30
Http://www.dailymail.co.uk/money/markets/article-5050159/Short-sellers-betting-1bn-high-street-decline.html Short-sellers bet £1 Billion on high street decline as they target M&S, Next and Debenhams Shorts have created a bear market supermarket sweep. The Short and Distort: Stock Manipulation in a Bear Market. Https://www.investopedia.com/articles/analyst/030102.asp The Net Effect When the short and distort maneuver succeeds, investors who initially bought stock at higher prices sell at low prices because of their mistaken belief that the stock is worthless, caused by an effective distortion campaign. At the same time, the S&Ds cover at low prices and lock in their gains. Right after prominent bankruptcies such as Enron in 2001 or Nortel in 2009, investors could be more susceptible to this type of manipulation than during prosperous periods such as the 1990s in the U.S. During downturns, the first appearance of impropriety could cause investors to run for the hills much easier. As a result, many innocent, legitimate and growing companies could get burned, and investors along with them. (To learn about how you can profit when everyone else is heading for cover, read Profit From Panic Selling.) How to Identify and Prevent S&D 1.Do not believe everything you read - verify the facts. 2.Do your own due diligence and discuss it with your broker. 3.Hypothecate your stock - take it out of its street name to prevent the short sellers from borrowing and selling it. (Learn more about doing your own due diligence in our related article, Due Diligence In 10 Easy Steps) The best way to protect yourself is to do your own research. Many stocks with great potential are ignored by Wall Street. By doing your own homework you should feel much more secure in your decisions. And, even if the S&Ds attack your stock, you will be better able to detect their distortions and be less likely to fall prey to them by selling the stock at a loss. Please do your own research.
qantas
16/11/2017
10:15
Needs a spell of cold weather. Will get a brief one this weekend.
blusteradjuster
14/11/2017
07:50
Almost at the 200 MA if it doesn't bounce there it will (I think) go lower.
toffeeman
13/11/2017
21:37
All in my honest opinion of course?
kendonagasaki
13/11/2017
21:34
NXT is one of the most heavily traded shorts in the FTSE market and growing!The bricks and mortar model is dead!Lordy Lord Lordy Wofly was ultimately blinded in the last recession as he counfouded all with his Empire building routine!Property rents have and are escalting to new highs and the teaser rates of these new stores are but all at an end?The internet model is growing by 12% the store model is declining in real terms by 11-12% rather than the self documented 7% decline??!!!Were in trouble now!Deep trouble!Deep, Deep trouble!Caution most strongly advised here.They can buy as much overvalued shares in their company as they want!It wont make the comsumer suddenly walk into thier empty stores???
kendonagasaki
07/11/2017
08:45
Wholefoods is not a competitor very small in the UK and I found its own products tasteless. Please do your own research.
qantas
07/11/2017
08:35
That’ is because the idea of Whole Foods is to take out the competition by removing a competitor from the top end of the market, and to focus Whole Foods on home delivery, they do not need retail outlets, they are a show piece, but the company is known enough for where it is in the market place, they will most likely all close sooner rather than later, it is not Amazon’s place to be selling out of bricks and mortar on the high street, they may keep London as it acts as a distribution centre for the inner city!
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