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
  -38.00p -0.75% 5,054.00p 5,086.00p 5,088.00p 5,156.00p 5,054.00p 5,098.00p 715,812 16:35:27
Industry Sector Turnover (m) Profit (m) EPS - Basic PE Ratio Market Cap (m)
General Retailers 4,055.5 726.1 416.7 12.1 7,251.43

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22/10/2018
09:09
I agree about Next but I wouldn't rush to dismiss the experts as Gove told us to. Experts sometimes know what they are taking about. Especially when the they work in the industries affected. I don't regard Osborne as an expert. As for the others you refer to, how expert are they really? Or how much were attempts at manipulation? What I do know is that the motor, food and transport industries ain't exaggerating much about the effects that losing the Just in Time system will have on them. I also know that the fintech industry is unhappy about Brexit and Dublin has been deluged by applications for office space from City financial institutions. I don't think that our present generation of politicians are up to much. My personal opinion is that Brexit is not a good idea and, regardless what might happen if we eventually reach the sunny heights we've been promised, in the short term things could get a tad miserable. I'm keeping most of what I've got in cash until I see how things pan out.
daijavu
15/10/2018
00:13
I would have been happy if they'd all just said we dont know and argued on some other basis. Applies to both sides. Producing figures is just disingenuous. As said above, nice to know we're going to be ok invested here.
smicker
14/10/2018
12:57
as per the EU referendum, the project fear experts, osborne, IMF, OECD et al... and also the many who said it would be a disaster if we didnt join the euro.
arnold arnold
14/10/2018
12:53
Some companies may do OK in a no deal situation, but that doesn't mean all will! Writing off the vast majority of reputable economists, heads of the major car producers, the CBI etc etc as liars on the basis of what one or two CEOs of small companies say seems more than a little rash!
greyingsurfer
14/10/2018
11:18
https://www.telegraph.co.uk/news/2018/10/13/no-deal-economic-armageddon-myth-big-businesses-like-mine/ This company has always struck me as the most open and honest of any i have ever held. Sad to see the lies being peddled and the effect they have had on many of the other shares in my portfolio.
smicker
11/10/2018
17:08
Chairman just spends £250 k on shares ... a vote of confidence.
alex1621
25/9/2018
12:20
Very pleased with results today and outlook improving as hoped. Brexit basically making no difference, even with a no deal Brexit is nice to read.
smicker
25/9/2018
11:12
Next plc (NXT) Earnings-Reaction to Keep an Eye http://crweworld.com/article/markets/813469/next-plc-h1-pretax-profit-rises-full-price-sales-up-45-
danieldanj
18/7/2018
09:57
Missed it first thing!
toffeeman
17/7/2018
12:42
Out for 120 points, will repeat if it hits 62 again
toffeeman
13/7/2018
17:40
90 points made today - plessant
toffeeman
13/7/2018
12:30
Took a v wee short when it was above 62.
toffeeman
02/7/2018
08:10
Hi Kendo, short on Next? A bit risky my friend, the first two quarters should be reasonably good, despite the carnage in the retail industry Next seem to have taken action to reinvigorate their business ... online is doing well and the poor like for like in stores is narrowing ... my view is that their store base will shrink over time and find they will find the right equilibrium between online and store. And they might well pick up sales from the competition, who are shrinking and going out of business.
alex1621
02/7/2018
07:35
They’re securing rent reductions averaging 27-28% on expired leases. Online is, I believe, more than 50% of sales and growing faster than high-street is shrinking. That’s why their share price has risen while DEB’s collapses..
blusteradjuster
01/7/2018
21:57
I concour, sales are only growing for NXT from the online platform only.Their bricks and mortar models are in disarray.Higher wage bill increases , higher rental increases, higher rate increases, slowing increases in all of their stores only eludes to a major reformat of a new plan.Simon Wolfsden is a smart man, if he's not he will miss his chance to retire with a poke in the fire.30 years ago M&S were king, 17 years ago Next took their crown.17 years later Next are just another stale business living of old times and successes, a lot like the people who work and plan the future of this business.Many are past it and so are Next in the next 5 years.Short will be the most viable option here once you have joined all the dots.????
kendonagasaki
28/6/2018
17:41
If it hits 62 - I might have a pop!
toffeeman
27/6/2018
17:26
Shorters doomed to failure. UK retailers' sales recovery continues as sales surge in June. Https://uk.webfg.com/news/news-and-announcements--/retail-sales-recovery-continues-as-sales-surge-cbi-finds-uk--3368372.html Please do your own research...
qantas
05/6/2018
21:42
My local Next in Selly Oak seemed quite busy with a healthy queue at the tills around 13;45 this sunny Tuesday.
gorse
21/5/2018
21:58
Made loads of money today out of the short tracker list today MKS DEB OCDO NXT. Shorts doomed to failure. Some badly burnt fingers shorting. Https://shorttracker.co.uk Please do your own research.
qantas
20/5/2018
12:02
Fighting back hxxps://www.theindustry.fashion/next-to-take-stand-against-unfair-rent-advantages-offered-to-retailers-operating-cvas/
smicker
10/5/2018
20:26
A strong Board and CEO should eventually turn this juggenaut around and I can see it ultimately regaining favour with the market. Much relies on the online potential being realised. Can Next achieve this? Possibly. The online image needs some attention. Encouraged by todays RNS but the news on this one is a bit like a switchback.
greek islander
10/5/2018
10:41
On the corporate front, Next rallied after the clothing retailer upgraded its profit guidance for the year, as it posted a rise in first-quarter sales thanks to unusually warm weather in recent weeks. Please do your own research.
qantas
30/4/2018
09:41
"Please do your own researcher."President Clinton's finest advice ?
lordbung
18/4/2018
10:55
In Next's last update I recall the CEO mentioned that the next couple of quarters should be an improvement on last year, because errors that where made during that period will not be repeated. He is known for underpromising and overdelivering ... so I wouldn't be at all surprised to see positive numbers. Weather might be a factor, but forward statements should carry more weight. Bear in mind that weather can boost sales also, so any slippage could be recovered in a good summer or autumn.
alex1621
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