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SHOE Shoe Zone Plc

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16 Jul 2024 - Closed
Delayed by 15 minutes
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 Shares Traded Last Trade
  0.00 0.00% 151.00 0.00 01:00:00
Bid Price Offer Price High Price Low Price Open Price
147.00 155.00
Industry Sector Turnover Profit EPS - Basic PE Ratio Market Cap
Footwear-wholesale 165.66M 13.22M 0.2860 5.28 69.8M
Last Trade Time Trade Type Trade Size Trade Price Currency
- O 0 151.00 GBX

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Date Time Title Posts
11/7/202408:23SHOE digital sales 100% up year on year.2,344
01/11/202115:44Time for a rebound156
01/8/202116:43Shoe Zone - UK mass market retailer of footwear703
19/2/202118:02please ignore feet wear - just mucking around-

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Posted at 15/7/2024 09:20 by Shoe Zone Daily Update
Shoe Zone Plc is listed in the Footwear-wholesale sector of the London Stock Exchange with ticker SHOE. The last closing price for Shoe Zone was 150p.
Shoe Zone currently has 46,226,830 shares in issue. The market capitalisation of Shoe Zone is £69,802,513.
Shoe Zone has a price to earnings ratio (PE ratio) of 5.28.
This morning SHOE shares opened at 152.50p
Posted at 02/7/2024 14:20 by albanyvillas
Shoe Zone plc (AIM: SHOE) reports that it has been the subject of a cyber incident which has resulted in unauthorised access to certain online systems and data.

might get fined
Posted at 02/7/2024 10:55 by freedomexpress747
Historically this has been a great share, so kiss of death, taken a nibble. At very worst, dividendless this year, close a few shops, and very worst raise more capital, even sell to private equity. Kids need school shoes, most folk need to try on shoes in shops.How many trading companies have no debt?
Posted at 02/7/2024 07:57 by bountyhunter
With so many goods made in China higher container prices will be affecting retailers across the board not just Shoezone. Even if they have to raise prices they will still be the cheapest shoe shop on the High Street as competitors will need to raise their prices as well.
Posted at 27/6/2024 19:28 by thecroots
Shoezone dont store card details:

Your privacy and security is our priority and we never release your personal details to any other company for mailing or marketing purposes.

When making a purchase from we do collect personal information from you (such as your name, email address, payment address and payment details). This information is held securely and your payment details are not stored by us. Shoe Zone complies with all applicable Data Protection and consumer legislation. Rest assured your information is always treated as being fully confidential and subject to a range of appropriate technical and organisational safeguards at all times. uses SSL encryption technology, the most advanced and secure way to process online transactions. You can tell whether a page is secure as "https" will replace "http" at the front of in your browser and a small padlock will also appear. If ever you have any concerns about the security of our site, please do not proceed with your transaction but contact us to make us aware of the issue.
Posted at 30/5/2024 13:20 by petersinthemarket
SHOE has been paying regular dividends, including specials.
Plenty of cash to keep doing that.

School holidays and next autumn term soon, so more sales.
The proposed reconstruction will markedly reduce running costs.

I remember bringing up my two boys. Two pairs each per annum
of school shoes, trainers, football boots, walking boots.
Nightmare expenses with growing youngsters.

But really good news for SHOE
I will be cautiously adding, bottom feeding.
Posted at 30/5/2024 13:17 by petersinthemarket
Reminder from my notes:

4 March 2024
STimes: tipped SHOE, arguing that the business was set to continue benefitting from the cost of living crisis. Sales at the discount chain's 329 shops had jumped by 39% over the preceding 2yrs. Reviews for its footwear on were glowing, she said. SHOE was also tinkering with its structure, shifting from small high street shops to bigger sites at retail parks and digital sales. The company had also cut the total number of stores. It was highly cash-generative with £16.4m of net cash. CEO Anthony Smith and his brother own 58% of the shares so the management have a clear interest in seeing shares rise. The company's free-float is only 32%. As the Liberum analyst Wayne Brown wrote this week: Consumers are actively seeking value for money, spending less per transaction and spending more on lower-priced products. SHOE will benefit: buy.
Posted at 26/4/2024 17:47 by fegger
The shipping rates should be cheaper benefiting SHOE. Lets hope this eventually feeds into a higher share price. Patience needed.
Posted at 09/1/2024 10:39 by davebowler
Shoe Zone plc is a nomad and broker client of Zeus

FY23 Results
FY23 performance is in line with estimates and reflects solid trading and strong cost control. FY23E revenue +6.1% YOY and Adj. PBT +48% to £16.5m, almost double the £8.5m FY23E Adj. PBT we forecast a year ago following 4 consecutive upgrades over 2023. Net cash of £16.4m is after a total of £26.7m in capex, dividends and share buybacks, demonstrating the strongly cash generative nature of the Group. This is reflected in the announcement of a 6.0p special dividend, taking full year DPS to 17.4p, equating to a 7.7% yield. Trading at just 0.5x EV/Sales, 4.3x EV/EBITDA on an ex-cash PE of 7.9x, Shoe Zone remains a compelling buy.

¨ FY23 Results: FY23 performance was well flagged in a year end trading statement issued 17 October. Revenue of £165.7m is +6.1% YOY, with growth across Stores, +3.9% to £134.8m (FY22: £129.8m) and Digital, +17.0% to £30.9m (FY22: £26.4m). Product margin improved 110bps to 62.3% (FY22: 61.2%), benefitting from the reduction in container prices realised in the second half of the year. Adj. PBT of £16.5m is +47.6% YOY (FY22: £11.2m), coming in at almost double our original £8.5m forecast set in January 2023. Adj. EPS of 27.6p +53.1%, benefitting from the share buyback. Year-end net cash of £16.4m is after investing £11.4m in capital expenditure, £7.1m in share buybacks and £8.2m in dividend distributions paid during the year, reflecting the highly cash generative nature of the Group’s operating model.

¨ Significant shareholder returns: Shoe Zone has proposed a final dividend of 8.9p, 11% above our 8.0p estimate, as well as a special dividend of 6.0p. This gives a total FY23 dividend of 17.4p (65% above our FY23 DPS estimate of 10.5p), an effective yield of 7.7% at last night’s closing price. This is in addition to £7.1m in share buybacks executed in FY23.

¨ Continued progress on property transformation: Shoe Zone ended the period with 323 stores, having closed 72 and opened 35 new stores during the year. Its property refit and relocation programme will see total stores reduce to c.300 sites (targeting 100 Big Box sites, 200 Hybrid sites) but with average store sizes increasing and retail sq. footage remaining stable. Larger format stores improve productivity and increase product range through third party brands. The Group negotiates all property terms in house. Average lease length of 2.2 years means it has significant flexibility in its store footprint. Property supply continues to outstrip demand delivering material rent reductions; the Group achieved rent reductions on 53 store renewals totalling £0.7m in the year, an annualised saving of 31%.

¨ Forecasts: Our FY24E forecasts are unchanged, forecast net cash moves lower due to the announced 6.0p special dividend which will be paid during FY24E. We introduce FY25E estimates, based on what we believe to be conservative assumptions. FY25E revenue of £174.6m implies conservative growth of 3.3%, whilst FY25E adj. PBT of £14.8m reflects the impact of meaningful cost increases in National Living Wage and energy expenses over FY24E and FY25E. See exhibits 5 & 6 for more detail.

¨ Investment case: Shoe Zone’s resilient FY23 performance reflects the strength of its market position as a value retailer in the relatively non-discretionary category of footwear as well as strong cost control, driving material improvement in profitability. Its valuation continues to appear undemanding at FY24E EV/sales of 0.5x, EV/EBITDA of 4.3x, ex-cash PE of 7.9x and prospective yield of 4.4%. Based on what we believe are conservative growth and cost assumptions, it remains a compelling buy at these levels.
Posted at 15/9/2022 11:18 by someuwin
Zeus note out Today...

Shoe Zone plc
SHOE LN – General Retail

Strides ahead Our recent site visit has reaffirmed our conviction that SHOE is one of the most resilient and attractive consumer stocks on the market.

* Resilient market position: As a leading value footwear retailer, we believe SHOE is well positioned to capture share as consumers seek affordable alternatives in response to ongoing inflationary pressures. Several high street competitors have exited the market (Arcadia Group, Debenhams) with Tesco recently withdrawing part of its footwear offer further strengthening the Group’s market position.

* Property transformation will drive productivity: SHOE is in the process of migrating its store estate from its legacy network of small high street stores into new, larger-format stores including ‘Hybrid’ stores located in town centres but offering c.2.0x the space of a typical legacy store, and out of town ‘Big Box’ stores located on retail parks (2.5x larger). Store transformation should improve productivity and drive contribution margin accretion. The Group’s Leicester head office and warehouse is also well invested, and we believe capable of supporting revenues of up to £250m with minimal additional investment required.

* Low product risk, robust supply chain: The Group’s core Shoe Zone product range of 300 styles across men’s, women’s, and children’s is focused on timeless styles in popular colourways, with ranges ordered in high volume (typically 15,000 pairs per style) and able to be carried over from season to season. Categories such as school shoes, safety footwear and slippers provide a degree of dependable demand. This means there is minimal inventory risk and low levels of sale mark down activity, reflected in its resilient product margin at 61.4% (FY21: 61.3%).

* Expanding product range & demographic reach: Larger format stores enable the Group to extend in-store product range from the core 300 Shoe Zone styles with additional brands (475 to 600 styles in Hybrid stores, 675 styles in Big Box stores), adding higher priced products and appealing to a broader consumer demographic. Its shoehub ecommerce platform extends this even further, with >3,000 styles across more than 135 brands.

* Complementary hybrid model with low return rates: SHOE’s ecommerce platform shoehub has grown rapidly through COVID, contributing c.15% of FY22 revenue. Unlike other ecommerce businesses product returns rates are incredibly low at 11.3% (having normalised from COVID lows of 8.4%) and the Group’s hybrid model means reverse logistics are exceptionally efficient, with 70% of online returns transacted in store with nominal incremental cost to the business.

* Debt free, cash generative: SHOE is debt free, with £13.9m net cash on 2 April 2022. It offers an attractive dividend yield of 3.7% based on a modest 40% pay-out ratio alongside its current share buyback programme and scope for future special dividends to distribute excess.

* Strong management team: It is impossible to be anything other than impressed by management’s detailed and in-depth knowledge of all parts of the business reflecting longstanding relationships and meaningful personal investment.

* Compelling valuation: Despite a marked recovery in share price from COVID lows, SHOE trades at just 10.8x FY22E PE. Current trading momentum, combined with self-driven store transformation suggests strong upside to trading over the medium term. A robust cash-backed balance sheet underpins an attractive dividend yield, supplemented by share buybacks and scope for future special dividends to return excess cash to shareholders.
Posted at 19/1/2022 17:35 by tole surging former penny stock to buy in 2022!Jabran Khan | Wednesday, 19th January, 2022 | More on: SHOEBritish Pennies on a Pound Note Image source: Getty ImagesPenny stocks are often seen as risky investments. I like to look for these small-cap contrarian options for my holdings. One could be a diamond in the rough and offer me lucrative returns in the longer term. Here's one pick I would add to my portfolio today.Former penny stock on the riseThe Shoe Zone (LSE:SHOE) share price has been surging recently. As I write, the shares are trading for 1,42p. At time last year, the shares were very much in the penny stock category, trading for 51p. A return of 178% over 12 months is impressive.Shoe Zone is a men's, women's, and children's shoe retailer with over 500 stores in the UK and Ireland, and employs 4,000 people. In light of the recent e-commerce boom, it also has an online store and offering which is vital to success due to the changing shopping habits of consumers as well as evolving technology.Why I like Shoe ZoneRetail and the high street have taken a beating over the past few years. Online disruptors to the retail market coupled with more choice have placed pressure on bricks-and-mortar retail. The tide seems to be turning somewhat, however. Recent economic conditions such as rising inflation and energy costs as well as the pandemic has placed pressure on the wallets of many households. Budget retailers like Shoe Zone seem to benefiting. Shoe Zone's extensive store presence coupled with its online offering provide it with a good platform from which to reap the rewards of the need for budget footwear.Shoe Zone's performance recently and historically has been promising. I do understand past performance is not a guarantee of any future performance, however. Looking back, revenue increased year on year for three years prior to the pandemic affecting 2020 results. Most recent audited full-year results were released earlier this month. Before the audited results were released, the initial update in October caused the share price to surge and the Shoe Zone share price to surpass penny stock levels. Revenue was very close to 2020 levels which is encouraging due to 2020 trading being disrupted. Tellingly, online revenue increased substantially compared to 2020 levels. 2020 was a loss-making year whereas in 2021, Shoe Zone recorded a £14m profit. A big bonus for me as a potential investor is the company is debt free.Risks and final thoughtsThe biggest threat to Shoe Zone's progress in 2022 and beyond is that of the pandemic. Many of its stores were closed when restrictions were tightened earlier in the pandemic. With the threat of new variants and fresh restrictions still lingering, this could impact the balance sheet and share price performance.Overall I think Shoe Zone could be a good addition to my holdings and I would buy shares today. I wish I had bought them sooner when they were still a penny stock. I expect trading in the months ahead to be excellent, barring any restrictions, and would not be surprised to see 2022 results surpass 2021 and pre-pandemic results. At current levels, the shares look cheap too with a price-to-earnings ratio of just 10.
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