Share Name Share Symbol Market Type Share ISIN Share Description
Sports Direct International LSE:SPD London Ordinary Share GB00B1QH8P22 ORD 10P
  Price Change % Change Share Price Bid Price Offer Price High Price Low Price Open Price Shares Traded Last Trade
  -1.00p -0.27% 374.00p 373.40p 374.60p 378.60p 371.80p 374.40p 812,601 16:35:01
Industry Sector Turnover (m) Profit (m) EPS - Basic PE Ratio Market Cap (m)
General Retailers 2,904.3 361.8 46.8 8.0 1,980.21

Sports Direct Share Discussion Threads

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DateSubjectAuthorDiscuss
09/1/2018
18:00
You might think there would be an RNS then. Oh sorry I forgot, Mike doesn't play by the City rules. MA can't even get the Barcodes deal done, he's totally lost his mojo. Those London property buys are starting to look toppy too. And his US forays are stumbling. Is it all going Pete Tong for the beer swilling kebab muncher???
ltcm1
04/1/2018
16:09
Ouch Hopefully Newcastle F.C. will be sold which will release some funds for MA
ignoble
04/1/2018
14:14
Mike's down 50 million on Debenhams according to the Evening Standard.
ltcm1
18/12/2017
23:58
Canaccord reiterates sell at a target price of 203p.
discodave4
15/12/2017
08:47
"Fair value is about £2 for this lot" How do you arrive at that figure?
ianood
15/12/2017
03:39
There's a load of value in property and brands in there.
deanowls
15/12/2017
01:44
MA may feel that at the current price Sports Direct is vulnerable to a private equity buy out, which has the same effect, landing the company with a large debt.
buoycat
14/12/2017
18:51
They don't even pretend it isn't manipulated now. Fair value is about £2 for this lot. But as MA holds nearly all the shares is makes sense to borrow to support the price.
ltcm1
14/12/2017
14:58
Not really at the price they bought them.
deanowls
14/12/2017
12:51
they loaded debt to buy their own shares? isn't that bonkers?
ricer93
14/12/2017
10:22
Profits down, debt up. Not looking good.
useless23
29/11/2017
21:31
The buy back didnt affect the price at the time it was the half year results showing revenue increases that made it to jet up.
terminated
29/11/2017
04:51
https://www.bloomberg.com/news/articles/2017-11-28/ocado-short-squeeze-wipes-out-73-million-from-hedge-fund-trade
qantas
24/11/2017
17:29
Does make you wonder where the share price would be without the buyback of a month or two ago
ignoble
24/11/2017
17:25
What seems odd about this stock is it doesn't behave in any normal way anymore.
ltcm1
24/11/2017
15:06
www.bbc.co.uk/news/business-42107736 Sports Direct under fire over £11m 'owed to Mike Ashley's brother' Please do your own research...
qantas
22/11/2017
14:53
i have to agree here - sportsdirect is scarcely doing anything to really excite shoppers. Also, most of their discounts are false - their products are more expensive compared to a year ago and I get the impression that they have less selection particularly when it comes to the big brands like adidas and nike. i shopped with sportsshoes.com - they have a big black friday announcement on their site and are doing a fantastic campaign where they announce 50 items added to the sale every day for the Black Friday week (and they e-mail you about it every day that 50 new items have been discounted)
ricer93
20/11/2017
16:25
ubiquitous.. own everything including brands and properties and other businesses. Patience will be rewarded here
undervaluedassets
17/11/2017
15:07
Footlocker up 23% if that helps.
nortic 007
15/11/2017
10:45
The pound dropping against the dollar is the only reason profits collapsed, sales continue to rise. There has been a slight recovery but not enough to get back the margin from a few years ago. I sold out a few months ago, at these levels, and eith loss making holdings, it's hard to know where it will go in 6 months.
terminated
14/11/2017
15:10
Seriously - how can any of us value SPD when there are all these opaque positions in other business. Mostly people seem to be backing on blind faith as Mike has come good before. It all seems a bit similar to the Tesco situation a few years back when people thought they were rock solid and were incapable of making a loss. Then came a fraud and suddenly people saw a organisation that had become enormous and was borrowing ever and ever more to make less and less profit. A few year ago SPD was a lean machine making excellent profits. Now it is a big sprawling company making less profits. Go figure.
ltcm1
14/11/2017
14:00
What bid?Mandatory at 30% but put option converted will still only be 21.2%...unless I'm mistaken.
discodave4
14/11/2017
11:25
Make a bid would cover up his mistake and DEBS is looking very cheap right now.
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