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Share Name Share Symbol Market Type Share ISIN Share Description
Shoe Zone Plc LSE:SHOE London Ordinary Share GB00BLTVCF91 ORD 1P
  Price Change % Change Share Price Bid Price Offer Price High Price Low Price Open Price Shares Traded Last Trade
  0.00 0.0% 38.00 36.00 40.00 38.00 38.00 38.00 220,122 08:00:00
Industry Sector Turnover (m) Profit (m) EPS - Basic PE Ratio Market Cap (m)
General Retailers 162.0 6.7 11.4 3.3 19

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27/10/2015
19:22
dlku - what is the point of posts #231 & 232?
masurenguy
27/10/2015
11:46
That explains why they are very cheap -but not good in the rain.
meijiman
27/10/2015
11:38
some are made of cardboard
dlku
27/10/2015
09:53
I cant believe all their shoes are made of plastic -is that right?
meijiman
27/10/2015
08:45
over 200p, can it hold
opodio
27/10/2015
08:42
Opodio, if you look back at previous RNS's they have a strong seasonal bias to their results, whereby H2 is always more profitable than H1, so you can't extrapolate H2 perf to the full year.
imranawan
27/10/2015
08:39
Thanks, opodio. :-)
ed 123
27/10/2015
08:37
if they do 13p in H2, perhaps theyre set for 26p next year A bit simplistic but you know what i mean
opodio
27/10/2015
08:36
Synthetic rubber is made by man from petrochemical feedstocks.
opodio
27/10/2015
08:28
cold weather now bet their rubber wellies are selling well low oil price makes them cheap and rubber is made of oil too in fact all their shoes are plastic so willbenefit from oil price lovely bowl on chart what more do you want
opodio
27/10/2015
08:19
bowl to 260 im back in
opodio
27/10/2015
07:23
Short and reasonably sweet:- Pre-close Trading Update Shoe Zone PLC (the "Group"), the UK's largest value footwear retailer, reports on trading for the 52 week period to 3 October 2015, prior to entering its close period. The Board will announce Final Results for the period on Wednesday 13 January 2016. The Group has traded well in the second half of the year and expects to report revenues for the 52 week period to be in the region of GBP166.8 million (2014: GBP172.9 million), reflecting the continued planned closure of loss making stores. The Board expects pre-tax profit for the period to be in line with expectations. The Group ended the year with 535 stores, having opened 18 and closed 28 during the period. The business continues to have strong cash conversion and closed the year with an approximate net cash balance of GBP14.2m (2014: GBP9.1m). There have been no significant unexpected changes in the financial position of the Group since the publication of the Interim Report for the half-year ended 4 April 2015.
cwa1
26/10/2015
15:45
Unlikely to be any "leaking news" since the trading volume is miniscule - around a dozen small PI buys totalling circa 18,000 shares. Probably just a bit of speculation prior to tomorrows update.
masurenguy
26/10/2015
15:36
Up 3% the day before the trading update...some news leaking out perhaps?
bruceylegs
26/10/2015
14:50
Just come across a report dated 21 Oct 2015 stating that finnCap recently started coverage of Shoe Zone, giving it a 'Buy' rating and a 236p target price. ...which would mean I would just about break even!
bruceylegs
02/10/2015
06:11
Trading update due to be released on October 27th.
masurenguy
18/9/2015
14:17
The shareprice is slowly creeping up, with a rise of 8% since the beginning of this month. Looks like a small overhang was cleared on September 11th. There should be a year end trading update in circa 4 weeks time when we should get a handle on H2 trading and the extent to which they may be behind last years figures overall. The net cash position, (£5.9m at the end of H1), the final dividend and the growth in online sales will also be of considerable significance.
masurenguy
30/7/2015
05:28
The shares went xd last Thursday (23/7). Payment of the 3.2p interim dividend due on 19th August.
masurenguy
22/7/2015
16:41
What Does The Sizzling Summer Mean For Boohoo.com plc, Shoe Zone plc & Supergroup plc? Another recently floated retailer that came back down to earth with a bump following an unexpected profit warning is bargain shoe retailer Shoe Zone (LSE: SHOE). Investors will be feeling the rub after the shares crashed from recent highs of 270 pence to a current price of around 175 pence. At this price, the shares trade on less than 9 times forecast earnings and are expected to yield over 6% — some may think that this is a bargain and, on face value, they are. However, I wouldn’t be surprised to see the shares remain cheap until investors regain their faith in management and their ability to communicate with investors more effectively. http://www.fool.co.uk/investing/2015/07/22/what-does-the-sizzling-summer-mean-for-boohoo-com-plc-shoe-zone-plc-supergroup-plc/?
bugle4
19/7/2015
18:59
A good company this. On my watch list. One concern is the National Living Wage. £6.50 to £7.20 from April 2016 will add £3.5m or so to the salary bill if you simply extrapolate the numbers; that assumes all employees are 25 or older which is not the case so overstates the impact I suspect but still scary. That's a big headwind on next year's results, but I suppose all retailers will be in a similar position. What will they all do?...increase prices no doubt...that will be an inflationary feeder in the UK within 9 months in my view. Enjoy low interest rates will they last... the clock is ticking!!
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