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Shoe Zone Plc LSE:SHOE London Ordinary Share GB00BLTVCF91 ORD 1P
  Price Change % Change Share Price Shares Traded Last Trade
  -1.70 -2.22% 74.80 140,699 16:35:14
Bid Price Offer Price High Price Low Price Open Price
76.00 77.00 76.50 76.00 76.50
Industry Sector Turnover (m) Profit (m) EPS - Basic PE Ratio Market Cap (m)
General Retailers 162.05 6.70 11.43 6.5 37
Last Trade Time Trade Type Trade Size Trade Price Currency
16:35:14 UT 14,271 74.80 GBX

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06/3/202107:50SHOE digital sales 100% up year on year.655
22/2/202114:44Shoe Zone - UK mass market retailer of footwear701
19/2/202118:02please ignore feet wear - just mucking around-
27/11/202012:04Time for a rebound141

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06/3/2021
08:20
Shoe Zone Daily Update: Shoe Zone Plc is listed in the General Retailers sector of the London Stock Exchange with ticker SHOE. The last closing price for Shoe Zone was 76.50p.
Shoe Zone Plc has a 4 week average price of 52p and a 12 week average price of 48.20p.
The 1 year high share price is 155p while the 1 year low share price is currently 32.50p.
There are currently 49,925,000 shares in issue and the average daily traded volume is 309,642 shares. The market capitalisation of Shoe Zone Plc is £37,343,900.
02/3/2021
08:25
netcurtains: Glavey: It does because: The market is growing at 3% per anum but with some big names no longer on the high street (Debenhams, Gap etc) the shops that sell shoes will take a bigger slice. So in effect market growing at about 5%. Then rents falling (due to shops closing). Plus grant money coming from the government (Shoe get £3m) It all adds up to growth. Yet SHOE share price MILES AND MILES lower than its average price over past few years.
23/2/2021
07:56
netcurtains: zangdook: buying and selling shares can be an emotional experience for some people. I would not worry about it. These are the facts as we know it: 1. After speech M&S and Frasers went up significantly (both sell middle end shoes) 2. Shoe compared to its competitor retail investments (small to mid sized retail) has better NAV value and smaller market cap to historic profits. So purely looking at balance sheet we are a relatively good investment 3. All non-essential retailers will have really bad results (they can say "better than expected" what they mean is not quite as bad as expected so thats not relevant. 4. ALL SCHOOLS going back first so ShoeZone's main customers will need millions of shoes. 5. Shoe share price is significantly lower than other retailers relative to where it was in Feb 2020. We are only about 35% recovered, many are 75% recovered so we are relatively a big big bargain. Those are the facts as we know them
22/2/2021
11:42
clocktower: So let us look at the statement and forget about the change of director for the time being, and see if there is anything to question in it. 410 - High Street Stores 50 x Large Retail Park Units Plus One on-line Unit. Total 460 Selling around 16 million pairs of Shoes at £11 a pair. They last had 500 stores as shown in 2019 report - and yet turnover it seems if you rely on the RNS has gone up from around £162m to around £176m - The Pension Liability rose in 2019 by £3.4m to £9.7m (Say another £3m added) The Big Box Contribution in 2019 was £1.5m (I think it's fair to expect ZERO) The Digital Contribution was £3m ( Maybe up to £5m) Revenue 2019 £162m - In the statement they are suggesting their turnover is now £176m (ie 16 million pairs of shoes at £11) with all the lockdowns is that really a realist statement to have made? Netcurtains do you truly believe revenue has increased to circa £176m 2019-2020? "Shoe Zone is a Town Centre, Retail Park and Digital footwear retailer, offering low price and high quality footwear for the whole family. Shoe Zone operates from a portfolio of around 460 stores and has approximately 3,000 employees across the UK. The store portfolio consists of over 410 high street stores containing the core Shoe Zone product range and 50 larger Retail Park units which also feature brands such as Skechers, Hush Puppies and Kickers. The website shoezone.com, combined with the store network, ensures a full multi-channel offering for great customer service. Shoe Zone sells 16 million pairs of shoes per annum at an average retail price of £11."
22/2/2021
07:48
netcurtains: The finance director of Triad #TRD left a while back when share price about 30p. Its now about £1.15p . However from known facts on the table it might well be that the new accounting system for leases should have been in the 2019 accounts. They are a very open and honest bunch so I think we know everything - share price low because results will be dire. However nearly all companies results have been dire and they still have recovered to 3/4 of their FEB high level. ShoeZone are only at 40%. To my mind, we have a bargain here. I am 100% certain the nation will still need shoes.
20/2/2021
10:18
netcurtains: Compare 2 popular retail shares: The Works WRKS to SHOE SHOE NAV is 26m WRKS NAV is 9m SHOE liabilities are 88m WRKS liabilities are 192m (a lot of that debt) SHOE is trading at 25% of Feb 2020 price WRKS is trading at 75% of Feb 2020 price SHOE big trading times are multiple WRKS big trading time is Christmas SHOE turnover is 162m WRKS turnover is 217m SHOE average pre tax profit (over 2 years) 2019: 6.5m 2018 11.2m WRKS average pre tax profit (over 2 years) 2019: 2.3m 2018 2.5m (both companies made big losses in 2020) The point I'm trying to make here is WRKS have, like MANY MANY companies recovered to about 75% of their Feb price. Whereas SHOE are still at just 25% of their Feb price. If there is no reason for this disparity then surely SHOE stands the best bet amongst many retailers of getting back to about £2 a share. unless I am missing something.... If anyone knows or has a good clue what this "something" is please let me know. Are we saying there no longer is a market for cheap shoes? Cheers Net!
20/2/2021
08:09
netcurtains: Glavey: Of course its "talking your book". Who in there right mind promotes shares they dont own???? (besides journalists who get paid) I am out of the closet, loud and proud: I own shares in ShoeZone and I want the share price to rise to £2 and I have invested in the company in that hope, that within 2 years I might see £2. Over the weekend I would love people to tell me why they dont think I stand a reasonable chance of seeing £2 a share. Is there something I have missed coming up in the results that make the possibility of shoeZone ever recovering as a retail company remote please tell me and all of us? If I feel their points are valid I will probably sell all my shares in shoeZone. If I feel they are wrong, I will almost certainly double up after results are out. I guess there are THREE areas that could be problematic in the results: a) Do they have a massive pension deficit? b) Are they likely to close most of their shops permanently c) Are they likely to raise cash by issuing shares? The above three things will make me sell (or similar) if you can explain to me why any of these things are highly likely in the 8th March results
19/2/2021
15:37
netcurtains: The way I see it, when kids go back to school of all the things they might need from haircuts to white shirts to shoes its SHOES that is the biggest item they will need to definitely be able to go. You cant really go to school if your shoes are too small. You can go to school if shirt too small or bad haircut. But shoes you definitely need. clothing shops and barbers might not be open but shoe shops (so news from Northern Ireland states) will at least be open for click and collect. Thats all you need to get your son or daughter some shoes for school Imagine if its even better news and shoe shops are allowed to be fully open?
19/2/2021
12:51
clocktower: netcutains - I wish you luck but I just expressed my view, and no I do not think the share price will be £2 within 2 years. There has been a major shift in retail as we all know but going back to your comments about ASOS - what net margins do ASOS obtain on sales compared to SHOE. While Shoe sells well know brands, it is not exactly the fashionable place to shop for anything other than their budget products. They offer a price point that the likes of most other major footwear retailers do not. They have been a well run business but as many other retailers that names no longer are visible on the high street once were. Times are changing - there is not much profit selling cheap shoes online and paying the delivery - high return volumes might also be an issue when folks feel free to pop into towns and business parks once again.
09/2/2021
10:13
city chappy: Lockdowns fuel 285% increase in slipper sales for Shoe Zoneby Fiona Briggs in Retail News, Retailer NewsLockdown has lead us all to spending more time at home, as business meetings are held over Zoom, we swap our heels for slippers and formal suits for joggers and a nice top.Proving just how much Brits have been prioritising their comfort in this time, footwear retailer, Shoe Zone has seen a 285% increase in the amount of slippers they have sold compared to this time last year, as people opt to purchase comfy shoes over smart footwear.With this in mind Shoe Zone were also keen to see which other items have seen a rising trend and found that joggers had seen a 104% increase in Google searches, fluffy socks a 200% increase and pyjamas 86%, showing that comfy clothing is at the front of consumers’ minds right now.Further research was also carried out in to the cities that prioritise their comfort the most based on search volumes, revealing that Bristol is paving the way when it comes to comfort. More can be found on this study here: hxxps://www.shoezone.com/Blog/where-is-the-uks-comfy-capitalCharlotte Maker, head of marketing at Shoe Zone, comments: “With many of us working from home, and with the colder months of Autumn setting in, more of us are thinking about snuggling up with blankets, thick socks and our favourite pair of slippers.“Shoe Zone’s slipper sales are rocketing this year, as people up and down the country are trying to find their ultimate comfort whilst spending more time at home than ever.
23/11/2020
09:40
nesquikme: About Shoe Zone Shoe Zone is a Town Centre, Retail Park and Digital footwear retailer, offering low price and high quality footwear for the whole family. Shoe Zone operates from a portfolio of around 460 stores and has approximately 3,000 employees across the UK. The store portfolio consists of over 410 high street stores containing the core Shoe Zone product range and 50 larger Retail Park units which also feature brands such as Skechers, Hush Puppies and Kickers. The website shoezone.com, combined with the store network, ensures a full multi-channel offering for great customer service. Shoe Zone sells 16 million pairs of shoes per annum at an average retail price of GBP11.
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