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 Shares Traded Last Trade
  +4.10p +1.42% 292.50p 261,086 16:35:13
Bid Price Offer Price High Price Low Price Open Price
292.70p 293.40p 294.10p 288.90p 288.90p
Industry Sector Turnover (m) Profit (m) EPS - Basic PE Ratio Market Cap (m)
General Retailers 3,359.50 77.50 4.60 63.6 1,575.8

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18/3/201912:05Sports Direct (with charts)6,056
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Trade Time Trade Price Trade Size Trade Value Trade Type
2019-03-19 18:29:00292.503,0098,801.33O
2019-03-19 18:28:47292.4418,00852,663.32O
2019-03-19 17:28:32292.50261763.43O
2019-03-19 17:14:36292.491,1023,223.22O
2019-03-19 17:06:02292.517552,208.47O
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Sports Direct Daily Update: Sports Direct International is listed in the General Retailers sector of the London Stock Exchange with ticker SPD. The last closing price for Sports Direct was 288.40p.
Sports Direct International has a 4 week average price of 256.40p and a 12 week average price of 231.80p.
The 1 year high share price is 436.10p while the 1 year low share price is currently 221.10p.
There are currently 538,730,031 shares in issue and the average daily traded volume is 514,182 shares. The market capitalisation of Sports Direct International is £1,575,785,340.68.
undervaluedassets: He knows what he is doing. Anyone who is successful with Shares should understand what he is doing. He buys when assets and businesses are cheap. And he understands what he is buying. This is Precisely what investors should do. Then he sweats his assets. keeps what is useful and flogs the rest with JJB, for example, he bought mountains of stock for pennies on the £. The market does not understand what he is doing and the city considers him an uneducated boor. Hence the cheap (for now) share price.
safman: Sports direct makes an offer for PV - saffy..
terminated: Hindsight is a wonderful thing. I don't think anyone could have foreseen the rate of decline in the high street. I do think there will be a revival after the restructuring, although it will never reach the heights of 10 years ago. Only a few years ago groceries shops were heavily hit and many said they would never recover, Ocado and Amazon would rule the world. Well many doubled in share price and are heading up in positive direction. This industry needs to reshape itself based on customers changing needs that's all.
debsdowner: MA reduced the asking price for Newcastle by £100 million seems he needs the money and no guarantee of a sale. Sports stake in Debs still falling and House of Fraser website down and probably losing money. All this will affect SPD earnings the share price could fall significantly from here. HTTPs://
knigel: But he is blaming the shareholders? They have not contributed in full to a falling share price. Shorters have to bear some of the blame.Why only blame one party? He should be up in arms that shorters are benefitting from the bad press etc. Most shareholders want to see capital growth - he is shooting the wrong messenger imho
clocktower: Blaming shorters for damaging a share price is crazy - they are just taking a view as to the future direction of the stock. Because that view might not be yours and the majority of buyers are not willing to back their views with money the share price drops. If the management were doing a good job, nobody would be taking short positions and the stock would rise.
debsdowner: QANTAS, Yes posters here need to read this on the Debenhams thread, Sports Direct could be at risk. debsdowner 18 Aug '18 - 10:00 - 8948 of 8954 Edit 0 0 0 clocktower, You say Mike Ashley will be fine with the closure of the HOF website, I challenge you to explain why? Can you give me some estimation of what the website may have produced in revenue? Because I can but bet you cannot! justice... , Ashley's dream now turned into a "nightmare" as one poster said on Sports Direct forum. All these posters who have foolishly thought Ashley would bid for Debenhams with its billions of leases before a CVA are in complete cuckoo land. His acquisition turned sour within days. He could hand the keys back to the Administrators because he is operating under licence according to the BBC but would lose his £90 million. That will have an impact on Sports Direct with further write downs and loss of profits. Ashley appears to be cornered now: 1- He has lost customer loyalty for having to cancel and refund orders 2- Its costing him significant money at the moment 3- Its affecting Sports Direct share price 4- Its increased Sports Direct risk 5- Its taken his focus off the running of SPD 6- He is losing shareholder confidence 7- He is making himself look a complete fool with the city and press alike 8- He will hamper any further acquisitions 9- He will lose credibility with the banks 10- He will lose credibility with Suppliers and brand names 11- He could lose out on leases with stores due to press comments Philip Day offering better deals with owners. Its turning out to be a complete and utter nightmare for Ashley and one which he has foolishly guessed wrong.
nortic 007: Didn't dip and the closing auction . I'll take down 0.9 % all day long. Would like to think SPD share price have absorbed a lot of so called bad news.
scapital: If anything could negatively impact the SPD share price a bad deal with BHS is right up there.
osirisra: Well they don't seem very wise at the moment as SPD is down 20p from where I bought and I sold CEY to fund the SPD purchase (CEY up 6% since I sold). That is the market for you, sometimes it takes your level headed thinking and knocks it sideways. Not to worry though, my reasons for buying SPD stay the same. Let's also not forget that we have the Euro's coming up this summer, along with The Olympics. Fingers crossed that the first set of results out post these two events will be a rocket under the SPD share price.
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