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Quiz Plc LSE:QUIZ London Ordinary Share JE00BZ00SF59 ORD 0.3P
  Price Change % Change Share Price Shares Traded Last Trade
  -0.24 -3.16% 7.36 43,830 16:35:00
Bid Price Offer Price High Price Low Price Open Price
7.04 7.68
Industry Sector Turnover (m) Profit (m) EPS - Basic PE Ratio Market Cap (m)
Personal Goods 118.02 -29.45 -23.37 9
Last Trade Time Trade Type Trade Size Trade Price Currency
16:29:15 O 3 7.50 GBX

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23/1/2021
08:20
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 7.60p.
Quiz Plc has a 4 week average price of 6.64p and a 12 week average price of 5.50p.
The 1 year high share price is 15.50p while the 1 year low share price is currently 4.67p.
There are currently 124,230,905 shares in issue and the average daily traded volume is 106,553 shares. The market capitalisation of Quiz Plc is £9,143,394.61.
21/12/2020
08:32
boonkoh: Quiz going to be hit hard. Party wear sales for Xmas hit with latest tier4. Even online sales, going to be many returns as Xmas parties cancelled.
04/12/2020
17:21
transhoneyqueens: QUIZ trading always disappoints investors. having said that this was above 200p ... 2 years we could see 100p again.
01/12/2020
20:02
hamidahamida: What are the consequences of Debenhams going under how much money QUIZ would have to write off. Plenty of questions
27/11/2020
16:19
boonkoh: Arcadian shops going into administration would have huge short term blow for Quiz. They'll be doing huge blowout sales for Dec to clear stock. Which is a key trading period for Quiz.
18/11/2020
15:26
hamidahamida: Once lockdown ends with mass LFT testing and multiple vaccines coming out things will go back to normal. Fully expecting quiz to do well in the last 4 months of current year ending by March 21..
17/9/2020
13:34
under the radar: OT ... Heads up (BOR) Borders and Southern :- 1)465m barrels of condensate (light sweet crude) 2)Own 100% of all acreage 3)Darwin (discovery) costs are under $35 a barrel 4)474m shares in issue 5)£3m mkt cap = nothing at all priced in and priced to fail 6)Bod own over 10% of shares 7)Rkh sea lion will get sanctioned next year which will do wonders for BOR 8)Bottomed - no sellers left as all flushed (out after a long downtrend) 9)Bullish divergence on chart with bullish white candles being formed and coming to the end of an apex on a bullish reversal descending triangle (with a breakout coming very soon) 10)Enough money to last until April 2023 11)Update due in next 2 weeks The Market was over pessimistic and now a correction is due (it’s JUST starting now) Share price 0.7525p - it won’t be under 1p for long imho Put it on your watch list at the very least and see for yourself what happens I wish you luck whatever you decide! ATB
11/10/2019
06:10
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
14/3/2019
14:00
kaka47: Paul Scott QUIZ (LON:QUIZ)No. shares: 124.2mMarket cap: £18.3mTrading update (profit warning)QUIZ, the omni-channel fashion brand, announces an update on trading during the period between 1 January 2019 to 28 February 2019 ("the Period") and its expectations for the financial year ended 31 March 2019 ("FY 2019").Yet another disappointing update from this online & physical clothing retailer. It's one of these shares that seems to be on permanent ratchet downwards, with each profit warning smashing up the share price further. There was a nice rebound here, for traders, when it last bottomed out at c.20p, then (temporarily) bouncing to a peak of about 36p. Here we are today at just under 15p, which would have been unthinkable not long ago. Is it value now? Probably yes, but I'll crunch the numbers first.During the Period, the uncertain consumer spending backdrop has remained challenging for QUIZ. As a result, the Group has recorded a significant shortfall in sales compared to the Board's prior expectations. Furthermore, there has been a requirement to apply higher than anticipated discounts to clear excess stock.This sounds like management are in denial. When sales fall significantly below forecast, and they have to discount to clear stock, it means they got the fashions wrong. Simple as that. The first step to fixing that problem, is to admit it, which QUIZ doesn't seem to have done.Online sales are up 16.2% - not badPhysical stores (and concessions, which are mainly in Debenhams stores) are down a thumping 11.1%. Combine that with lower gross margins (to clear dud stock), and the fixed cost base of physical stores, and this will have a painful geared impact on the bottom line.Previous guidance was as follows;The Board previously anticipated that revenues for FY 2019 would be approximately £133.0m, which would have represented growth in sales in the final quarter of 9.2% compared to the previous year resulting in anticipated EBITDA* of £8.2m.New guidance today;Given the significant shortfall in sales experienced in the final quarter of FY 2019 to date, and should this trend continue throughout March 2019, the Group anticipates revenues for FY 2019 to now be approximately £129.0m.It is also expected that the increased level of discounting will have a material impact on gross margins generated in the final quarter of FY 2019.The Board now anticipates that the Group's EBITDA* will be approximately £4.5m for FY 2019.It's still profitable on an EBITDA basis, so not a complete disaster.Broker comments today are negative, as you would expect.Balance sheet - is strong, so I don't see any risk of QUIZ going bust. Also, it has very short leases on its physical stores, so we can expect to see it jettisoning loss-making stores quickly & easily over the next couple of years - providing potential upside. The concessions in Debenhams are likely to be slashed, due to DEB's own store closure plans. I've mentioned before the bad debt risk, if DEB goes bust, which I estimate could be up to c.£4m - a significant risk.My opinion - obviously this share has been an incredible disappointment, since floating in July 2017. It's now clear that the selling shareholders took advantage of an unsustainable period of good trading, to line their own pockets, in what is now clearly seen as an over-priced IPO.However, everything has its price, and I think £18m mkt cap for a cash-rich, still-profitable fashion chain, with strong online trading, looks far too cheap. I don't think it's likely to go bust, due to the balance sheet & strength, and short leases.A major sort-out is needed here. So divis are almost certainly likely to be cut, or abandoned altogether, and there are likely to be plenty of store closures, to restore profitability. I think deep head office cuts are probably also needed. Unfortunately, the company beefed up its central costs, anticipating expansion.Overall then, a dismal situation, but it looks recoverable. Management are experienced rag traders, and should be able to turn this around. I don't see any read-across for other retailers, online or physical. As one broker comments today, the problems here look home-grown. Fashion is highly competitive, and the fashions have been to be spot-on, and priced attractively, to persuade shoppers to part with their money. Especially when footfall in towns & cities is relentlessly falling, as more sales move online. Maybe QUIZ should focus entirely online, and dump all its physical stores?At 15p I think this one is priced for armageddon, yet it looks a survivable, and recoverable position. So I'll probably be catching this falling knife at some point.Amazingly, it has fallen over 90% since July last year. To me that looks a considerable over-reaction. We've seen with Superdry (LON:SDRY) and Footasylum (LON:FOOT) that considerable rebounds can happen, once investors become overly pessimistic after profit warnings.I don't see any read-across to other companies from today's warning. QUIZ is a fairly weak brand, and it got the product wrong. That doesn't have anything to do with macro factors, in my opinion.https://www.stockopedia.com/content/small-cap-value-report-thu-7-mar-2019-quiz-aiea-455413/
08/3/2019
11:16
kaka47: Paul Scott On Quiz QUIZ (LON:QUIZ)Share price: 14.75p (down 54% today, at 11:44)No. shares: 124.2mMarket cap: £18.3mTrading update (profit warning)QUIZ, the omni-channel fashion brand, announces an update on trading during the period between 1 January 2019 to 28 February 2019 ("the Period") and its expectations for the financial year ended 31 March 2019 ("FY 2019").Yet another disappointing update from this online & physical clothing retailer. It's one of these shares that seems to be on permanent ratchet downwards, with each profit warning smashing up the share price further. There was a nice rebound here, for traders, when it last bottomed out at c.20p, then (temporarily) bouncing to a peak of about 36p. Here we are today at just under 15p, which would have been unthinkable not long ago. Is it value now? Probably yes, but I'll crunch the numbers first.During the Period, the uncertain consumer spending backdrop has remained challenging for QUIZ. As a result, the Group has recorded a significant shortfall in sales compared to the Board's prior expectations. Furthermore, there has been a requirement to apply higher than anticipated discounts to clear excess stock.This sounds like management are in denial. When sales fall significantly below forecast, and they have to discount to clear stock, it means they got the fashions wrong. Simple as that. The first step to fixing that problem, is to admit it, which QUIZ doesn't seem to have done.Online sales are up 16.2% - not badPhysical stores (and concessions, which are mainly in Debenhams stores) are down a thumping 11.1%. Combine that with lower gross margins (to clear dud stock), and the fixed cost base of physical stores, and this will have a painful geared impact on the bottom line.Previous guidance was as follows;The Board previously anticipated that revenues for FY 2019 would be approximately £133.0m, which would have represented growth in sales in the final quarter of 9.2% compared to the previous year resulting in anticipated EBITDA* of £8.2m.New guidance today;Given the significant shortfall in sales experienced in the final quarter of FY 2019 to date, and should this trend continue throughout March 2019, the Group anticipates revenues for FY 2019 to now be approximately £129.0m.It is also expected that the increased level of discounting will have a material impact on gross margins generated in the final quarter of FY 2019.The Board now anticipates that the Group's EBITDA* will be approximately £4.5m for FY 2019.It's still profitable on an EBITDA basis, so not a complete disaster.Broker comments today are negative, as you would expect.Balance sheet - is strong, so I don't see any risk of QUIZ going bust. Also, it has very short leases on its physical stores, so we can expect to see it jettisoning loss-making stores quickly & easily over the next couple of years - providing potential upside. The concessions in Debenhams are likely to be slashed, due to DEB's own store closure plans. I've mentioned before the bad debt risk, if DEB goes bust, which I estimate could be up to c.£4m - a significant risk.My opinion - obviously this share has been an incredible disappointment, since floating in July 2017. It's now clear that the selling shareholders took advantage of an unsustainable period of good trading, to line their own pockets, in what is now clearly seen as an over-priced IPO.However, everything has its price, and I think £18m mkt cap for a cash-rich, still-profitable fashion chain, with strong online trading, looks far too cheap. I don't think it's likely to go bust, due to the balance sheet & strength, and short leases.A major sort-out is needed here. So divis are almost certainly likely to be cut, or abandoned altogether, and there are likely to be plenty of store closures, to restore profitability. I think deep head office cuts are probably also needed. Unfortunately, the company beefed up its central costs, anticipating expansion.Overall then, a dismal situation, but it looks recoverable. Management are experienced rag traders, and should be able to turn this around. I don't see any read-across for other retailers, online or physical. As one broker comments today, the problems here look home-grown. Fashion is highly competitive, and the fashions have been to be spot-on, and priced attractively, to persuade shoppers to part with their money. Especially when footfall in towns & cities is relentlessly falling, as more sales move online. Maybe QUIZ should focus entirely online, and dump all its physical stores?At 15p I think this one is priced for armageddon, yet it looks a survivable, and recoverable position. So I'll probably be catching this falling knife at some point.Amazingly, it has fallen over 90% since July last year. To me that looks a considerable over-reaction. We've seen with Superdry (LON:SDRY) and Footasylum (LON:FOOT) that considerable rebounds can happen, once investors become overly pessimistic after profit warnings.I don't see any read-across to other companies from today's warning. QUIZ is a fairly weak brand, and it got the product wrong. That doesn't have anything to do with macro factors, in my opinion.https://www.stockopedia.com/content/small-cap-value-report-thu-7-mar-2019-quiz-aiea-455413/
05/3/2019
11:49
kaka47: It seems Quiz share price is not going anywhere until how much of financial hit from DEBS becomes clear. Hopefully next YE Update in April should clarify situation going forward
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