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
  1.55 8.7% 19.375 418,017 16:35:23
Bid Price Offer Price High Price Low Price Open Price
19.00 19.75 18.95 18.05 18.95
Industry Sector Turnover (m) Profit (m) EPS - Basic PE Ratio Market Cap (m)
Personal Goods 118.02 -29.45 -23.37 24
Last Trade Time Trade Type Trade Size Trade Price Currency
17:06:03 O 157,070 19.0953 GBX

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Quiz Daily Update: Quiz Plc is listed in the Personal Goods sector of the London Stock Exchange with ticker QUIZ. The last closing price for Quiz was 17.83p.
Quiz Plc has a 4 week average price of 15.55p and a 12 week average price of 9.70p.
The 1 year high share price is 19p while the 1 year low share price is currently 5.50p.
There are currently 124,230,905 shares in issue and the average daily traded volume is 323,470 shares. The market capitalisation of Quiz Plc is £24,069,737.84.
paulypilot: Note that there has not been any dilution at QUIZ either. It ditched all the loss-making shop leases in June 2020, which transformed the balance sheet, eliminating most of the liabilities. Since then it has operated with net cash, and no need for any equity fundraising. The remaining shops are on turnover rents, with rents roughly halved, so they should be profitable now. QUIZ also has a well-established online operation. With events like weddings now happening again in abundance, demand should be improving, which is QUIZ's niche (special occasionwear). It's good to see investors finally showing some interest in this share. I bought c.2% of the company when it was in the doldrums, avg 8.6p, so am pleased with progress. Not planning to sell any, this is one to run with I think, as mkt cap still v small. But that all depends on how trading progresses. The website has some attractive product on display. DYOR as usual. Regards, Paul.
tomps2: Alan Firth ‘slams’ Quiz (QUIZ) in the latest PIWORLD/Stockopedia StockSlam at 1h2m45s Watch the video here: Https://www.piworld.co.uk/education-videos/the-stockopedia-piworld-virtual-stockslam-september-2021/ Or listen to the podcast here: Https://piworld.podbean.com/e/the-stockopediapiworld-virtual-stockslam-september-2021/
paulypilot: Hi PADDYGANGSTER, "Certainly when a guy like Paul says quiz should be worth over 40p people should take notice bcz he knows the clothing trade like the back of his hand. Paul once owned a massive high street Girls fashion chain called PILOT CLOTHING" You're very kind, but quite a lot of things got lost in translation there! I was the CFO of Pilot between 1993-2002, so a very long time ago now! Also, everyone needs to do their own research, I'm certainly not infallible. Overall though, for the reasons previously outlined, I think QUIZ could be a good recovery share, time will tell. Regards, Paul.
paulypilot: Hi deanmatlazin, Having vacancies for store staff is *not* a good thing! Although there will inevitably be frictional vacancies, for several stores, as people move on for a variety of reasons. I've checked Quiz's website that you flagged (thanks for that) and the key people are store managers, there are only 4 vacancies for store managers in the UK, and Quiz has 61 shops in the UK (per trading update of 12 July). That's absolutely fine, 4 out of 61 stores needing a manager, is completely normal, and nothing to worry about. I'm pleased to see that the recovery potential at Quiz is finally getting some investor attention. I've been buying from June 2020 until recently (average 8.58p), but the recent trading update seemed very encouraging to me. The upside case is, I think, that this could go as high as maybe 40-50p. I'm basing that upside case on 124.2m shares in issue, so £50-62 mkt cap. That could be justified, if the business settles at a post-pandemic run rate of something like this (my guesswork) - Revenues £80-100m EBITDA margin say 6% EBITDA: £5-6m Multiple of 10 times EBITDA (could be justified if online growth is good) Valuation £50-60m As someone else mentioned Sosandar (I also hold) is much more valuable at £76m mkt cap (35p per share), although SOS is growing very fast now, and on track to do c.£27m online only sales this year (more than double last year), and has a much better brand image than Quiz. Anyway bottom line, I don't know what the upside is, but am not even thinking about selling any Quiz yet, because it still looks cheap.
hamidahamida: Quiz normally issues trading update in September Looking forward to this Septembers TU. Imo 1st five month revenues should be in the region of 30/35 million. This current year should put quiz back on the path to recovery in profits and cash generation we have already seen cash go up in last TU. Remember... Rents are down by massive 45% All the loss making stores, Gone Demand for occasion wear is at its highest after lockdown and Quizs Niche is occasion wear so expect sharp increase in sales. ... So expect sharp recovery in share price SP currently trading on very heavy discount to sector average..
paulypilot: QUIZ is under the radar. What people may not be aware of, is that the balance sheet is strong, with net cash. The pre-pack admin last year deleted the lease liabilities, and it is now well financed. Also, the only shops which remain, are on turnover rents, about half of previous rents, hence they will now be profitable. Online sales should recover, as events such as weddings re-open, because QUIZ specialises in that niche. Market cap is tiny compared with others. Looks potentially good to me. I've been quietly building up a position here (very difficult to buy), and have about 2% of the company now. Founding family have about half, and I hope they will do the right thing, and rebuild the shares. No dilution during pandemic - same share count. DYOR as usual.
lw425: I own some Quiz shares now. Quiz added 1.2m in three months to cash pile. Annualise that to 5m cash generation a year. That's before further sales growth as the UK returns to normal from 19th July. PE of 20 gives a benchmark fair valuation of 100m. Current valuation only 16m A six bagger over next 12 months. Looking forward to the market waking up here.
hotaimstocks: Hamid share price collapse 9p and on its way to 5p QUIZ going bust!!!! shorting now
hamidahamida: During last year Quiz took proactive actions to preserve cash and realigned store estate and renegotiated rents downwards circa 50% which bodes well for the current year. Imo we should see like 4 like sales rocket in comparison to last year when shops were closed for the most part of the year. As we are witnessing from media reports people are going out and enjoy themselves after long lockdown so there should be robust underlying demand from customers for the QUIZ branded trademark dressy and occasion wear.. It has been almost 3 years since the share price collapsed from 2 pounds and we are long overdue massive rebound in share price Next trading update would hopefully provide that much needed fuel and spark...I truly believe Quiz is over the worst.
tomboyb: Quiz PLC Trading Update 11/10/2019 7:00am UK Regulatory (RNS & others) Quiz (LSE:QUIZ) Intraday Stock Chart Today : Friday 11 October 2019 Click Here for more Quiz Charts. TIDMQUIZ RNS Number : 5476P Quiz PLC 11 October 2019 QUIZ Plc ("QUIZ" or the "Group") Trading Update QUIZ, the omni-channel fashion brand, announces a trading update for the six-month period to 30 September 2019 ("H1 2020" or the "period"). Overall, the Group's trading has been broadly in line with the Board's expectations against the backdrop of a difficult UK retail environment. Group revenue in the period decreased by 5% to GBP63.3m (H1 2019: GBP66.7m). Gross margin for the period is expected to be in line with the Board's expectations at approximately 61%. Online revenues grew by 7% to GBP20.0m (HI 2019: GBP18.7m), once adjusted for unprofitable revenue streams terminated during the year. Total online revenues in the previous period were GBP20.0m, consistent with the current year. The Group has continued to experience solid growth through its own QUIZ websites, with sales increasing by 12% year-on-year. This reflects continued investment in the Group's online proposition and product range, as well as effective marketing As has been widely reported across the sector, and as previously stated by QUIZ, the trading conditions on the UK high street have remained very challenging. The Group's stores and concessions have experienced a reduction in footfall during the period against the prior year, resulting in weaker than initially anticipated sales. Sales in the Group's UK standalone stores and concessions decreased by 11% to GBP31.3m in H1 2020 (H1 2019: GBP35.1m). The rate of decline experienced has reduced in recent weeks. We continue to focus on improving the performance of our physical retail outlets and continue to believe in their importance to our omni-channel model and we are actively managing our stores and concessions to ensure their profitability. The average lease length on our stores remains relatively low at 26 months and we continue to appraise the economics of each store as leases come up for renewal. Our international sales comprise stores and concessions in the Republic of Ireland and Spain as well as franchise operations in a number of countries. International sales increased by 3% to GBP12.0m in H1 2020 (H1 2019: GBP11.6m) reflecting growth in revenue from the franchise operations and Spanish stores. This growth is partially offset by a decline in sales in Irish stores and concessions consistent with the pattern experienced in the UK. At 30 September 2019, the Group had net cash of GBP7.1m (31 March 2019: GBP7.5m). In line with the previously announced outcome of the Board's business review undertaken earlier in the year, management have continued to take actions to achieve of the objectives of this review including improving the gross margin generated, reducing costs across the business, addressing the decline in footfall in stores and concessions, and the optimisation of QUIZ's omni-channel model. Further to this we remain confident that gross cost savings of between GBP2m to GBP3m are achievable in the medium term. Commenting on trading, Tarak Ramzan, Chief Executive Officer, said: "Overall, the Group's trading performance in the first half has been broadly in line with the Board's expectations despite the difficult UK trading environment. Sales growth through QUIZ's websites has continued, reflecting the investment in our product range and marketing initiatives. Whilst trading conditions are expected to remain challenging in the near term, the Board remains confident that underpinned by QUIZ's flexible business model and an increasing online focus, the Group can return to sustainable profitable growth in the medium term." The Group intends to announce its Interim Results for the six months to 30 September 2019 on 4 December 2019. Enquiries: QUIZ plc Via Hudson Sandler Tarak Ramzan, Chief Executive Officer Gerry Sweeney, Chief Financial Officer Sheraz Ramzan, Chief Commercial Officer Panmure Gordon (Nominated Adviser and Sole Broker) Alina Vaskina / Joanna Langley (Corporate Finance) Erik Anderson (Corporate Broking) +44 (0) 207 886 2500 Hudson Sandler LLP (Public Relations) +44 (0) 207 796 4133 Alex Brennan / Nelly Akpaka quiz@h
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