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
  +15.00p +0.30% 5,085.00p 5,075.00p 5,080.00p 5,095.00p 5,020.00p 5,065.00p 477,359 16:35:18
Industry Sector Turnover (m) Profit (m) EPS - Basic PE Ratio Market Cap (m)
General Retailers 4,097.3 790.2 441.3 11.5 7,477.83

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DateSubjectAuthorDiscuss
21/9/2017
15:06
Next - one of my portfolio gems - which reminds me - haven't yet used their discount voucher!
minerve
21/9/2017
14:51
Approx £5M shares bought back per day. So assuming they have £53M to spend we might see this continue for a couple of weeks?
cluelessbugger
20/9/2017
17:37
That would be a gamble whilst they are buying shares on a daily basis. Last time it went on for quite a while. Wait until they have driven the price up to 5500p and you might have a chance ;-) There is also the issue of all those significant short positions that will need to start to close which in itself will give a significant boost to the share price. Happy days :-)
tlobs2
20/9/2017
17:00
Anyone else fancy a cheeky short if it hits 51?
toffeeman
20/9/2017
15:14
Three or four weeks of these daily buy backs would be nice ;-)
tlobs2
14/9/2017
15:30
Well we'll close above the 200 day MA :) Might even see my 51.70 entry price soon :):):)
toffeeman
14/9/2017
11:22
fwiw hxxp://everyinvestor.co.uk/2017/09/14/next-try-this-upgrade-for-size/
smicker
14/9/2017
10:40
Of the £310m of surplus cash that we expect to generate, we have stated our intention to pay out £257m by way of four special dividends of 45p per share. Two of these dividends have been paid in the year to date and a third has been declared and will be paid to eligible shareholders on 1 November 2017. As can be seen in the table below, it is likely that we will be left with £53m of surplus cash at the end of the year. We now intend to distribute this to shareholders by way of share buybacks, subject to the prevailing share price and market conditions. Seems clear there are 4 special divs costing 257m leaving 53m for buyback
smicker
14/9/2017
10:19
Try to look at the positives mike. No point waiting for what you believe will be a downturn. You might be disappointed when it turns into a boom ;-) Regards Glass half full
tlobs2
14/9/2017
10:14
surplus cash is needed for coming downturn, yesterdays press, 2MILLION face losing homes ! why waste even more on buybacks, for the benefit of who? the only reason retail is holding up is the insane raising of credit card extensions, M&S won't give new customers a store card unless y take a 5k limit
mike24
14/9/2017
10:12
The remaining shorters are certainly feeling the pain this morning :-) This could end up over £50 today :-)
tlobs2
14/9/2017
09:52
Following the train of announcements about special divis . They originally announced 4 quarterly specials of 45P first one paid in May 2017.The second was paid in August , then the third was announced for Nov1st. About that time they said that after paying the divis ( which I took to mean all 4) they estimated that they would have £53 surplus cash remaiming which they would decide what to do with later.Now there is no mention of the fourth special but £50M cash remaining which will be spent on buy backs.Not enough for a fourth special?(cost about £83M?) It looks like cash generation has not been as much as expected? Or where have I gone wrong?
ganthorpe
14/9/2017
08:20
Follow the money, as they say. That's why the directors were buying.
funkmasterp12
14/9/2017
08:14
shorts taking cover i love the smell of burn't fingers in the morning
spob
14/9/2017
08:01
The first half of the year has been difficult and sales and profits are in line with our cautious expectations. However, our performance in the last three months has been encouraging on a number of fronts and whilst the retail environment remains tough, our prospects going forward appear somewhat less challenging than they did six months ago. As a result, we are taking the opportunity to modestly upgrade our sales and profit guidance for the full year. NEXT Brand full price sales(1) in the first half were down -1.2% and total sales(2) (including markdown) were down -2.3% on last year. Group profit before tax was down -9.5% and Earnings Per Share (EPS) were down -6.2%. The first half has seen a marked divergence of performance between our Retail and Directory businesses, with sales and profits down in Retail but moving forward in Directory. We are declaring an ordinary interim dividend of 53p per share, which is in line with last year.
spob
05/9/2017
10:49
Back above 200 - will it hold this time?
toffeeman
05/9/2017
09:22
That's a bit more like it.
funkmasterp12
05/9/2017
08:37
Keep squeezing those miserable moaning shorting *arstewards :-)
tlobs2
04/9/2017
15:54
Next to be taken over by Amazon :)
toffeeman
04/9/2017
15:31
A nice kick in the *ollocks for the long time shorters (and there are quite a few of them!) who were probably not expecting this today. LOL. Give them another similar kicking tomorrow lads and lasses :-)
tlobs2
16/8/2017
10:07
Joules are selling on QVC, fyi.
alex1621
16/8/2017
09:56
yes i wonder if next will have a next tv channel like qvc lol.
ccraig69
16/8/2017
05:09
I read a few snippets on Citywire. The note was written by a lady who began working at Berenberg in 2013. Zero retail experience and little understanding of retail history. She described Next's predicament as a "Kodak" moment ... the Kodak company failed to adapt to the era of digital photography. Given that 57% of Next's operating profit is from online directory that analogy is misconstrued and looks suspiciously like a tabloid scare story. City analysts have a murky reputation, best ignored.
alex1621
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