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QUIZ Quiz Plc

-0.10 (-1.49%)
Last Updated: 09:05:21
Delayed by 15 minutes
Share Name Share Symbol Market Type Share ISIN Share Description
Quiz Plc LSE:QUIZ London Ordinary Share JE00BZ00SF59 ORD 0.3P
  Price Change % Change Share Price Shares Traded Last Trade
  -0.10 -1.49% 6.60 136,980 09:05:21
Bid Price Offer Price High Price Low Price Open Price
6.45 7.50 6.60 6.60 6.60
Industry Sector Turnover Profit EPS - Basic PE Ratio Market Cap
Women's Clothing Stores 91.68M 2.04M 0.0164 4.09 8.32M
Last Trade Time Trade Type Trade Size Trade Price Currency
09:05:21 O 98 7.50 GBX

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02/12/202319:36Music Quiz???80
20/9/202321:12QUIZ Another BOOHOO In The Making!!! 1,891
03/9/202012:44Quiz Clothing -from Glasgow to the world237

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Posted at 04/12/2023 08:20 by Quiz Daily Update
Quiz Plc is listed in the Women's Clothing Stores sector of the London Stock Exchange with ticker QUIZ. The last closing price for Quiz was 6.70p.
Quiz currently has 124,230,905 shares in issue. The market capitalisation of Quiz is £8,323,471.
Quiz has a price to earnings ratio (PE ratio) of 4.09.
This morning QUIZ shares opened at 6.60p
Posted at 22/9/2023 15:11 by jackson83

time to SELL AT 12P / 10P have made a fortune

see i was correct now bag holders .... THANK YOU QUIZ its like QUICK SAND .. SINKING

Posted at 19/9/2023 13:05 by velocytongo
In an online world Quiz will struggle. The competition was ASOS and Boo Hoo, with Shein joining the party (not good news for ASC and BOO). This is either a scale or a niche business and Quiz is neither.
Posted at 19/9/2023 07:01 by boonkoh
Hindsight is 20/20. Management were too blinkered and didn't realise that progress last year did not mean they had a strong brand, just a post covid surge. Furthermore, they didn't think inflation would cause big cut backs in their area of fashion.So Quiz is back to where it was pre-covid. A struggling, dying brand. They did nothing in the 3 years to transform the business.
Posted at 21/8/2023 06:37 by jackson83
will cash out at 4p soon AS THE SHARE PRICE IS BEING SHORTED and unloved lol



Posted at 16/7/2023 16:56 by darrin1471
Margin will be lower in pure online retailers like ASOS and Boohoo.
Adding wholesale will cut margins (SOS) so you need to start with higher direct online margins.
SDRY and DOC have much higher margins in order to sell wholesale and high street.
I see Quiz somewhere in the middle, which is either a niche or no-man's-land.

I think the mix of online and stores will become fashionable with investors at some point soon when Next and M&S show what is possible with omnichannel. Will the tech be to expensive for a company of Quiz size? I think the tech will filter down through to smaller businesses at a reasonable cost in time.
Posted at 16/7/2023 12:09 by serratia
I looked at the ratio of EV to sales for comparators and GM

EV / Sales.

QUIZ - 0.06 , 61.7%.
ASOS - 0.15 , 43.6%,
Boohoo - 0.52 , 50.6%
SOS - 1.09 , 56.2%

QUIZ has the lowest value in relation to revenue and the best margin.
Posted at 07/7/2023 11:50 by serratia
QUIZ Update from small caps -

Quiz Clothing (QUIZ.L) - Final Results
These are really good results. EPS is given as 1.64p vs 1.65p last year. In the full annual report for last year, they said there were no exceptionals for 2022, after losses from putting their property-lease-holding subsidiary in administration in 2021 in order to renegotiate leases. Stockopedia agrees with the company supplied adjusted EPS for previous years on this occasion. Therefore, assuming no more exceptionals (and 2021 was as exceptional as it gets), the outurn of 1.64p EPS compares with forecasts of 1.3p.

On the outlook, they said in their April update:

Group revenues in the final three months of FY23 were broadly consistent with those generated in the comparable period in FY2019, that being the last period unaffected by coronavirus related factors.

And this is this week’s:

Revenues in the first three months of the current financial year have been broadly consistent on a like-for-like basis with those generated in the comparable period in FY 2019, that being the last period unaffected by coronavirus-related factors.

So we have six months of continuous trading slightly below 2019. Our best bet must be that this will continue. But this is on a like-for-like basis. Today they report 68 stores GB+Ireland plus 67 concessions. In the 2019 annual report, they claimed 78 GB+Ireland stores plus 188 concessions, including 50 in Debenhams. So we understand revenues to be materially lower than in 2019. But, the cost side has been transformed due to the "renegotiated" leases.

The market didn’t like this update. Presumably, this did the damage:

The Group generated revenue of £23.2 million in the three months to 30 June 2023, representing a 15% decrease on the prior year in part reflecting the strong prior year comparatives in the first half as well as the impact of the macroeconomic uncertainty and inflationary pressures on consumer demand.

We had expected the good weather to have helped them more during this period. But then H1 last year was indeed very strong, with EPS of 1.19p.

The other thing that may be worrying investors is the post-period cash movement:

Total liquidity headroom at 4 July 2023 of £7.1 million, being a cash balance of £3.7 million and £3.7 million of undrawn banking facilities less £0.3 million of bank loans

On that, they say:

The cash utilisation since 31 March partially reflects investment in three new stores and the commencement of works to expand our distribution centre.

Note, however, "partially". We must suspect most of the rest has gone into working capital rather than to losses, given the unchanged headroom in the downside scenario in the going-concern statement.

This was confirmed in the IMC presentation, where they said there was £1.5-1.6 capex in the last three months, including £1.3m investment in the distribution centre, but also some build-up of working capital.

The other key learning from the presentation was that, despite the weaker Q1, they expect to match, if not beat, last year's number. With brokers forecasting 1.7p EPS for this year and 2.5p next, this simply looks too cheap, anywhere near the current price, and the market appears to have been wrong to react negatively to these results.
Posted at 25/5/2023 14:23 by jackson83
BREAKING NEWS people now realise that cash is KING ..
cash is now less than half and may need more funding re expansion next year as recession looms ... wait for 8p

top up

I am SERLLING / SHORTING this week

no news due / no divi

quiz manager,ent not worried about a share price or share holders lol

5p will be a low point later this year or next


Posted at 03/5/2023 13:21 by jackson83
VERY BAD NEWS FOR QUIZ ... cash running low / expect a diluted 20% discount to share price wrights issue / or low ball FUNDING news soon

wait for 8p

or even 6p without dividend news RED FLAGS / BUISNESS NOT good now at quiz empty stores again

get ready for profits warning soon ,,, news then 5p
Posted at 03/4/2023 12:51 by hamidahamida
QUIZ's niche of special occasionwear puts them in a sweet spot, and restructured store portfolio (pre-pack admin in mid 2020 ditched the onerous leases), much less physical competition and experienced management with a serious skin in the game holding over 50%. Generating cash 9 million or so in the bankProfitable Very liquid, low Mcap. All that puts Quiz in a perfect place with perfect conditions for the battered share price to stage a recovery. God willing
Quiz share price data is direct from the London Stock Exchange

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