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SDRY Superdry Plc

6.64
0.00 (0.00%)
20 May 2024 - Closed
Delayed by 15 minutes
Share Name Share Symbol Market Stock Type
Superdry Plc SDRY London Ordinary Share
  Price Change Price Change % Share Price Last Trade
0.00 0.00% 6.64 16:35:15
Open Price Low Price High Price Close Price Previous Close
6.79 6.37 6.79 6.64 6.64
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Industry Sector
PERSONAL GOODS

Superdry SDRY Dividends History

Announcement Date Type Currency Dividend Amount Ex Date Record Date Payment Date
12/12/2019InterimGBP0.0219/12/201920/12/201924/01/2020
InterimGBP0.0218/12/201920/12/201924/01/2020
10/07/2019FinalGBP0.02218/07/201919/07/201920/09/2019
InterimGBP0.02217/07/201919/07/201920/09/2019

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Posted at 26/4/2024 13:58 by jaknife
trendspotting,

"If this goes ahead and it does feel like it will, expect a monster rise."

Why? What exactly do you think will happen "If this goes ahead"?

M&G are objecting to the Restructuring Plan (note that I've capitalised the "R" and the "P", because "Restructuring Plan" has a specific legal meaning in this context) because they don't think that it's fair to have a lower rent forced upon them. *IF* M&G are successful, and the judge backs them, then SDRY will be forced to keep the stores and continue to pay the high rents that they can't afford to pay.

That's not a good result for shareholders!

The inevitable conclusion of failing a Restructuring Plan would be a pre-pack administration, which is probably the "Relevant Alternative" that SDRY are including in the Restructuring Plan!

JakNife
Posted at 19/4/2024 15:45 by sellhighandbuylow
😂😂😂😂 B U S T E D 😂😂😂😂

SO WHY DID YOU EDIT THE ORIGINAL POSTING THEN ???





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Rivingtonstreet - 10 Apr 2024 - 12:15:35 - 5456 of 5561 SUPERDRY - SDRY
"Well I'm keeping mine, even if they do get delisted"
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Rivingtonstreet - 10 Apr 2024 - 12:15:35 - 5456 of 5561 SUPERDRY - SDRY
"Looks like Neon and his Aliases have vanished from here now. must have done
their job for GSA capital and off to the next instruction. lol"
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Posted at 18/4/2024 19:05 by sellhighandbuylow
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Rivingtonstreet - 10 Apr 2024 - 12:15:35 - 5456 of 5561 SUPERDRY - SDRY
"Well I'm keeping mine, even if they do get delisted"
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Rivingtonstreet - 10 Apr 2024 - 12:15:35 - 5456 of 5561 SUPERDRY - SDRY
"Looks like Neon and his Aliases have vanished from here now. must have done
their job for GSA capital and off to the next instruction. lol"
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😂😂😂😂 B U S T E D 😂😂😂😂

THE ORIGINAL POSTING HAS NOW BEEN ALTERED AND EDITED
Posted at 17/4/2024 14:58 by haggismchaggis
The best way IMVHO to look at the situation is:
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1) Work out the market cap at todays number of shares in issue and based on your average price.
2) Work out the market cap that the stock will need to be with the new number of shares in issue, in order to get you to break even.
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For example, if I have an average price of 10p now, that gives a market cap of £9.09m today.
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Option A: an open offer at £0.01 per share to raise gross proceeds of the sterling equivalent of up to €8 million (the “Open Offer”)
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€8m is £6.83m (it's not £8m like some have posted)
£6.83m divided by 1p is 683000000 shares, plus the 99.09m shares already in issue makes it 782,090,000 shares then in issue
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To get back to 10p per share the market cap needs to hit £78.2m
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This is why I am sticking with it, because the analysts say that SDRY could be valued at £400m to £600m if it's a privately owned. The auditors decide the valuation of privately owned companies, not the stock market, and especially not the shorters. I see the auditors quickly giving SDRY a huge uplift in valuation the moment it becomes a private company, well above £78.2m, which is why JD is happy to take everyone else's open offer allocation if they don't want it.
Posted at 07/4/2024 12:02 by throgmortonstreet
NO PRIZES FOR GUESSING WHO IS LONG, WRONG & BURNING ON THIS ONE:
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harry_david posted on: 27 Mar 2024 - Post 4967 - Superdry (SDRY)

"Current market cap is £25 million................Dunkerton has to find some surety for an operating loan of say £150 Million"



(just for clarification purposes LOSER BOY, as of Friday, SDRY's market cap is only £7.8 Million and its debts are £150+ Million)
Posted at 29/3/2024 12:46 by papillon
free stock charts from uk.advfn.com


SDRY log chart. There was a Strongly Bearish "Death Cross" formed on this chart in H2 2021 when the share price was around £3. This chart has been Strongly Bearish ever since!
This chart is FACT and not opinion! SDRY has been a cast iron sell since that EMA "Death Cross" appeared on this log chart since the 50 day EMA has never risen above a rising 200 day EMA since then.
Posted at 27/3/2024 18:21 by ukneonboy
Superdry PLC currently has debts EXCEEDING it's current market capitalisation by at least 6 times.

SDRY Market Cap is now about £25 Million versus SDRY Debts of £150+ Million..



If Julian Dunkerton had any good business acumen he should just let Superdry PLC fall into Administration and then try to pick up the pieces cheaply from the Administrators & Liquidators.
Posted at 22/3/2024 07:30 by ukneonboy
Superdry PLC currently has debts EXCEEDING it's current market capitalisation by 7 times.

SDRY Market Cap is less than £20 Million versus SDRY Debts of £140+ Million.



If I was to put a fair and commercial value on these shares, then realistically they should be trading at 5p-10p MAXIMUM (and that's me being generous and assuming the Superdry brand name might be worth £1 Million to someone else)
Posted at 15/3/2024 15:02 by sellhighandbuylow
The stats don't lie but the share rampers do !!!
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A £1000 investment in SDRY 5 years ago has now LOST you 95.50% of your capital

A £1000 investment in SDRY 3 years ago has now LOST you 90.33% of your capital

A £1000 investment in SDRY 1 year ago has now LOST you 79.17% of your capital

A £1000 investment in SDRY 6 months ago has now LOST you 42.38% of your capital

A £1000 investment in SDRY 3 months ago has now LOST you 31.25% of your capital

A £1000 investment in SDRY 1 month ago has now LOST you 30.86% of your capital

Source: ADVFN




The appointment of Administrators and Liquidators to SDRY will result in 100% CAPITAL LOSSES for all shareholders
Posted at 15/3/2024 07:22 by sellhighandbuylow
The stats don't lie but the share rampers do !!!
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A £1000 investment in SDRY 5 years ago has now LOST you 95.50% of your capital

A £1000 investment in SDRY 3 years ago has now LOST you 90.33% of your capital

A £1000 investment in SDRY 1 year ago has now LOST you 79.17% of your capital

A £1000 investment in SDRY 6 months ago has now LOST you 42.38% of your capital

A £1000 investment in SDRY 3 months ago has now LOST you 31.25% of your capital

A £1000 investment in SDRY 1 month ago has now LOST you 30.86% of your capital

Source: ADVFN




The appointment of Administrators and Liquidators to SDRY will result in 100% CAPITAL LOSSES for all shareholders

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