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Share Name Share Symbol Market Type Share ISIN Share Description
Sosandar Plc LSE:SOS London Ordinary Share GB00BDGS8G04 ORD 0.1P
  Price Change % Change Share Price Bid Price Offer Price High Price Low Price Open Price Shares Traded Last Trade
  -0.375 -2.97% 12.25 12.00 12.50 12.625 12.25 12.63 356,025 14:23:56
Industry Sector Turnover (m) Profit (m) EPS - Basic PE Ratio Market Cap (m)
General Retailers 4.4 -3.5 -3.2 - 20

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DateSubjectAuthorDiscuss
14/4/2020
21:20
probably be in administration before September ... plenty going bust now.
jamesto2
11/4/2020
18:57
looks like sos will be on total lockdown soon as sales are down over 50% now.
jamesto2
08/4/2020
22:40
China stopped the disease using a number of strategies, including lockdown. They also used testing and tracing. Two strategies that worked very well for them but our Government did not even bother to try. Quarantine was another strategy our Government did not take seriously. Taiwan quarantined everyone arriving from China from day one, along with testing and tracing. They ended up with only 339 cases and 5 deaths, all among citizens who arrived from Europe and the Americas. The only strategy our useless Government had was to let the disease rip through the population and let thousands of people die in the hope that the survivors would develop herd immunity. We are now living with the consequences. There was never any evidence that herd immunity would work anyway. No one knew enough about the disease to know that it would work. The message our Government gives out is about how superior our scientists are to those in the rest of the world and how the rest of the world has got it wrong but the UK has got it right. They don't use those words but that is their message. The position of the UK in regard to dealing with Covid-19 is the same as the soldier in a parade who was the only one marching in step.
daijavu
08/4/2020
10:34
don't forget the last funding was done at 17p
transhoneyqueens
08/4/2020
10:31
The projections derive from the numbers and progress of the disease in countries in the early days. That has been shown to be a predictor of the eventual death rate. It seems that the UK had a higher rate of growth in the number of deaths in the early days than other European countries.
daijavu
08/4/2020
09:30
Very different from our own projections, especially Imperial which has its own history of overegging the pudding. Any info on why the Seattle model predicts such a high number of deaths?
the millipede
08/4/2020
08:45
The Institute of Health Metrics and Evaluation in Seattle, based at the University of Washington, is projecting that the UK will reach peak Covid-19 deaths on the 17th of April - in nine days time - when we will have about 3,000 deaths a day. According to their projections, by August the UK will have totalled around 66,000 deaths from Covid-19, more than Italy, Spain, France and Germany combined. They are also projecting that on the 17th of April the UK will need over 100,000 hospital beds for Covid-19 patients including over 24,000 ICU beds but will have less than 18,000 hospital beds, including around 800 ICU beds. The IHME is considered to be the best organisation in the world at collecting and analysing data on diseases around the world and on how individual countries are equipped to deal with them. The question is how will our shares be affected if the IHME projections are correct.
daijavu
08/4/2020
06:31
Https://www.bbc.co.uk/news/av/world-asia-china-52210273/coronavirus-in-wuhan-please-learn-from-our-mistakes
jamesto2
06/4/2020
19:47
I think p Scott dumped his load and forgot to tell us lol
transhoneyqueens
06/4/2020
14:18
stories over the weekend about Topshop and Debenhams failing/calling in administrators. I'd think that when we come out of this, there is going to be considerably less competition around - albeit , with significantly less initial demand. I can see the high end smaller independents coming good quickly, but anyone else is going to be struggling with cashflow and product availability. If you have a proven online distribution model, its going to be of significant benefit. that said, you've got to be sufficiently capitalised to benefit, and realistically, we would only now that if we had a timeline on disruption to input
bg23
06/4/2020
07:40
Sosandar must be getting desperate for trade as its 50% off new lines hmmmmmmm .. they will need to pay the bills each month.
jamesto2
06/4/2020
06:50
Anyone know when they will delist ? Maybe in May
hotaimstocks
06/4/2020
06:44
Yes the smart money has been dumping SOS and buying Boohoo 😘..... Https://www.theguardian.com/business/2020/apr/03/why-are-people-buying-boob-tubes-fashion-workers-anger-at-owners-and-consumers
hotaimstocks
02/4/2020
09:43
Paul S did say in his column that the last rns meant there was no bull case left here at the moment and he is not buying very much in any sector. I think he is right ....nothing of value here and perhaps this might delist as BILL has today? Lots of aim will to save costs
barnetpeter
31/3/2020
10:29
Over 3 million sold this morning, in what appears to be one tranche. It may be a coincidence but isn't that roughly the number of shares Paul Scott held?
daijavu
31/3/2020
01:19
No supply and no demand for 4 months at least. Next stop autumn collection and Xmas. Some people will have money to spend so there will be some demand but not much and suppliers will be desperate by then to get the show back on the road.Not really sure until we get a vaccine how we all get back on the road though rather than just a few.
totalgeek69
30/3/2020
23:21
But then again who is buying right now?Buggar all supply chainVery few customersJune/ July will be interesting, will there be tons of bargains or el zippo online?Will they be taking a gamble now and putting high summer stock on the sea from China into time for June/July market which we may not have as we could be locked down still or will they play safe and push back on suppliers to buy in with confirmed POS from SOS???
telbap
30/3/2020
18:07
They could design some posh ones - washable maybe. China is making lots right now, others accusing them of profiteering!
swanvesta
30/3/2020
17:40
SHARE PRICE IS HOLDING UP WELL SO FAR
transhoneyqueens
30/3/2020
15:33
They don't make stuff. They design and sell. The products are made by suppliers around the world. India is in lock down so in your opinion who will be making them?
totalgeek69
30/3/2020
09:42
Maybe SOS should start making gowns and masks.
bsg
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