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Share Name Share Symbol Market Type Share ISIN Share Description
Quiz LSE:QUIZ London Ordinary Share JE00BZ00SF59 ORD 0.3P
  Price Change % Change Share Price Shares Traded Last Trade
  +0.00p +0.00% 28.45p 0 05:00:01
Bid Price Offer Price High Price Low Price Open Price
28.00p 28.90p - - -
Industry Sector Turnover (m) Profit (m) EPS - Basic PE Ratio Market Cap (m)
Personal Goods 116.43 8.55 5.49 5.2 35.3

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Date Time Title Posts
22/1/201908:06QUIZ Another BOOHOO In The Making!!! 705
15/10/201814:44Quiz Clothing -from Glasgow to the world236
02/7/201422:47Freddies Big Quiz12
08/6/200415:31Are You A Pikey?29

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2019-01-21 16:26:5728.637,0302,012.69O
2019-01-21 16:23:2428.6534,8699,989.97O
2019-01-21 16:01:3128.291,000282.88O
2019-01-21 15:43:0528.651,719492.49O
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Quiz Daily Update: Quiz is listed in the Personal Goods sector of the London Stock Exchange with ticker QUIZ. The last closing price for Quiz was 28.45p.
Quiz has a 4 week average price of 20.90p and a 12 week average price of 20.90p.
The 1 year high share price is 205p while the 1 year low share price is currently 20.90p.
There are currently 124,230,905 shares in issue and the average daily traded volume is 2,810,892 shares. The market capitalisation of Quiz is £35,343,692.47.
sunnybeachboy: 12.3m in the bank8m profit per year.Current mkt cap 33.6m Mkt cap should be at least 66mSo a share Price of 54p is fare
barvin: But a potential collapse at Debenhams is not going to help the share price is it? It will result in another profits revision and more write offs.
tomboyb: Lets see what the market makes of it -
barvin: If Mike Ashley gets hold of Debenhams, I can say with 99% confidence that he will not continue with Quiz going forward. Why do I say that? Because Peter Cowgill( JD Sports CEO) - who he cannot stand and has been battling with for years - is the Chairman at Quiz. It wouldn't surprise me after he got hold of Debs, he then marked all Quiz clothing at a £1 each just to damage the brand. Half of their listed stores are Debenhams concessions, so any headline that Debenhams is going down will cause an immediate and likely overegged share price drop. In reality, that Debs half probably brings about 20% of total revenue.
kaka47: Another tough day in the market for Quiz and I'm guessing that some investors that bought around the 50p mark are throwing the towel in and getting out before next weeks vote in parliament. Which is fair enough. But these posters got me thinking. The market caps and valuations of Quiz and BooHoo are radically different.But they're both targeting the same market and both based in Manchester. From Boohoo's perspective they get an incredible valuation from the market of about 67 to 70 times earnings. If they bought out Quiz and folded it into their business, they could buy the company for lets say £50mln, £12mln of which is cash! And the market would then re-rate the 5p annual earnings into a 67 – 70 times multiple. Thereby adding about £350mln to BooHoo's market cap. To me it looks like it would make so much sense for them to acquire the company. Anyway, it's just a thought.Another thought about the dropping share price is this. The last dividend Quiz paid was 0.8p and the last declared dividend was 0.4p. So, I believe the full year dividend is 1.2p. With a share price of 37p, that's a 3.2% dividend yield! Which is pretty darn good. With £12mln on the balance sheet, I can't see them cutting the dividend.Anyway, I remain convinced that the market price is a dislocation of common sense brought on by fear of the retail sector, a lack of investor familiarity with Quiz as they're new to the market and negative sentiment from the parliamentary vote next week. the storm may continue but one day someone will realise the ludicrous value here! LOL!
kaka47: High street retailers are having a tough time and Quiz 70% revenue come from high street and 30% online and this is probably why market is suspicious about current year revised revenue expectations Plus Quiz management is a waste of time in regards to investor relations they don't respond to investors enquires Shame on them for delivering spectacular failure in share price
barvin: House of Fraser cost them £0.4m. (£0.4m bad debt provision arising from the House of Fraser Administration from Interims) HOF have 161 products listed on their website (likely carried over stock). So you could be looking at 10x that figure. Plus, is HOF going forward with Quiz? Ashley is in pole position to get hold of Debenhams in an admin situation. So they could also potentially lose a big client if Debenhams goes into admin and a new owner. I think this is cheap, but just laying this out and asking is this in the share price yet? I doubt it is.
kaka47: Black Friday sale on Quiz share price
takethat: Wouldn't be a surprise to see a placing very soon at 25p.......Avoid....The share price has lost over 400% in just a few months.....The Market doesn't lie.....Try and save what money you've still got left in this failing share price.
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