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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
  1.50 3.0% 51.50 51.00 52.00 52.50 50.20 50.20 326,680 16:25:33
Industry Sector Turnover (m) Profit (m) EPS - Basic PE Ratio Market Cap (m)
General Retailers 162.0 6.7 11.4 4.5 26

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DateSubjectAuthorDiscuss
19/3/2020
11:09
my dividend hasn't been received by I-Web
micos
19/3/2020
11:00
Shovelier, "Received my dividend this morning." Do you hold via a spreadbet or CFD? I was credited the dividend on 17 Feb on my CFD account but I 100% expect that that will be reversed. JakNife
jaknife
18/3/2020
15:48
I don't see how, unless your broker pays dividends before they are received. The RNS suggests withholding the dividend after agreement in a meeting in May, but if the dividend has been legally paid in March, that looks impossible. Hopefully the government will support companies like Shoezone following Rishi Sunak's promise to guarantee £330bn loans to businesses, so it will not be necessary.
edmundshaw
18/3/2020
12:24
Received my dividend this morning. Can they reverse the payment?
shovelier
17/3/2020
13:40
Lots of things are arguably buys now, if your time horizon is more than 12 months. Some key industries that cannot possibly be allowed to collapse are also cheap...
edmundshaw
17/3/2020
10:06
Decided to go foor a small top-up here. Struck me as rather safer than the other option I was considering - TPT.
gorse
17/3/2020
09:21
I was wondering when the word footfall would be mentioned. A reduction in footfall would be a double whammy for those selling shoes! A sensible decision by the board me thinks. Fair old cash pile here If I am not mistaken? Really this is a buy now isn't it.
thorpematt
17/3/2020
08:42
Sensible and non unexpected to hold the dividend for this year. Long term the survival and capital value of this company is more important. And, given the company's policy, should the shortfall in revenue be reversed we can expect the dividend to come back as a special in a year or two's time.
edmundshaw
17/3/2020
08:32
If kids don't got to school won't need cheap school shoes will they?!
rolo7
17/3/2020
07:28
This'll tank I expect, but a good move by the company, quick and proactive to the situation. Bodes well for their future when this is over.
owenski
17/3/2020
07:15
As I expected. "In recent days we have seen a reduction in footfall, across our estate, and whilst the full extent of the Coronavirus on the short and medium term retail environment is not yet clear, it is becoming ever more apparent that it will create significant disruption to people's lives and shopping habits in the coming months."
owenski
16/3/2020
13:23
As said in post 590
owenski
12/3/2020
10:18
"People will always need shoes"...... and toilet paper, lol ;-) Good luck Melton
owenski
12/3/2020
10:15
I bought a small holding for the divi. People will always need shoes. Their on-line service was very good when I tried it (I bought some slippers) but with shoes, fit is very important so I don't see shops all closing.
melton john
12/3/2020
09:52
Retail side of this virus still to bite in UK, China supply side not really the issue at present, China might be making loads of stuff again for industry but if they aint selling it due to population movement restrictions, imposed or otherwise, then there's a bottleneck coming.
owenski
10/3/2020
22:21
Today's stats from China a staggering. No new cases outside the city of Wuhan for 4 days. I keep saying it, China is the safest place to be right now because they are the only country in the world proven to be able to deal with this. As such, listed companies relying on Chinese imports may be best off! Apparently China now sending aid to Italy. Thus showing huge capacity to produce healthcare out of a hat as well as demonstrating they no longer need it (so much). I am more fearful here of a drop in demand. Falling footfall (as it were). Obviously a bargain right now but perhaps not the bottom for markets or indeed on the chart here as yet.
thorpematt
10/3/2020
14:45
Let's hope there is no coro left on the shoes when they are shipped over...think it only has a shelf life of 5 days which is less than shipping time. Don't suppose they are air freighted!
meijiman
10/3/2020
14:39
As far as the Covid-19 scare is concerned, the fact that China appears to have recommenced production makes that less of a factor. The bigger factor now is surely the infection related lack of customer footfall in its shops during Feb/Mar and possibly April. The problem has shifted from the production end towards the retail end.
grabster
04/3/2020
21:47
Not an ex divi drop. A corona drop.
davroc
27/2/2020
10:15
With both China and Italy so key to their supplies I was amazed it held up as well as it did the last few days. I could only think it was due to people waiting for the dividend - so I bailed Tuesday and will look to buy back once things calm down / are quantified or at least acknowledged by the bod
otemple3
27/2/2020
10:12
Yes. Below is from annual report risk report: "The vast majority of the Group's retail products are manufactured overseas by suppliers located in China and to a lesser extent India, Turkey, Italy and Portugal. As a result, the Group is also subject to the risks associated with international trade"
otemple3
27/2/2020
09:59
Do they get shoes from china...maybe that is a concern?
meijiman
27/2/2020
09:23
Think everyone held off selling this week until the dividend - just playing catch up imo
otemple3
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