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SDRY Superdry Plc

38.50
1.10 (2.94%)
Last Updated: 13:09:36
Delayed by 15 minutes
Share Name Share Symbol Market Type Share ISIN Share Description
Superdry Plc LSE:SDRY London Ordinary Share GB00B60BD277 ORD 5P
  Price Change % Change Share Price Bid Price Offer Price High Price Low Price Open Price Shares Traded Last Trade
  1.10 2.94% 38.50 37.85 38.80 39.60 36.60 37.00 969,530 13:09:36
Industry Sector Turnover Profit EPS - Basic PE Ratio Market Cap
Men's & Boys' Clothing-whsl 622.5M -148.1M -1.8017 -0.21 31.57M
Superdry Plc is listed in the Men's & Boys' Clothing-whsl sector of the London Stock Exchange with ticker SDRY. The last closing price for Superdry was 37.40p. Over the last year, Superdry shares have traded in a share price range of 14.26p to 133.00p.

Superdry currently has 82,201,937 shares in issue. The market capitalisation of Superdry is £31.57 million. Superdry has a price to earnings ratio (PE ratio) of -0.21.

Superdry Share Discussion Threads

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DateSubjectAuthorDiscuss
26/2/2024
14:54
Deals coming folks, imo dyor
dyslexicsvoices
23/2/2024
10:52
No sign of Julian Dunkerton finding anybody daft enough to lend him anymore money.
factsandfigures
22/2/2024
17:38
This is starting to look encouraging, let's hope it is a decent premium.
harry_david
22/2/2024
08:21
KPE desperate fantasy stuff

no way is he going to bail out other shareholders just because he founded the company.

tonysss13
21/2/2024
23:23
Late RNS , another big pocket took a million.
nobbyknome1
21/2/2024
17:13
On paper this business is shot to pieces on so many levels. What you all fail to realise is that this isn't your average takeover story. Here is a guy that has an emotional attachment and who really doesn't care about the dire financial situation. His heart is ruling his head and it will undoubtedly come down to how much he is willing to dip into his own pockets.
kpe
21/2/2024
14:13
You can’t disagree with the knife ..
seedoftongo
21/2/2024
12:14
the more I think the more I might have to agree, and pull out now.
dealer55
21/2/2024
11:51
Jaknife spot on

there will be an RNS at some point saying something along the lines of

"they have been unable to secure funding for a bid for the whole company, other options are being discussed , all of which will leave little or no value for existing shareholders"

Dunkerton will be fine as he will no doubt receive equity in the new company.


Seagull dumped the last of their holding yesterday, aided by that Sky story no doubt.

tonysss13
21/2/2024
11:39
No more CFD shorts available on T212.
millennialinvestor
21/2/2024
11:15
dealer55,

"they will start the bidding at 38-50p I expect."

50p would be about a £50m market cap. If you had £50m would you buy SDRY? You'd buy all of the shares and then have a company that:

* Has significantly declining sales (down 23.5% year on year and down 13.7% over the Christmas period)
* Is burning cash at a rate of c. £1.5m a week
* Had gross debt at 28 Oct 2023 of £153.9m
* has an excess of liabilities over assets of £41.4m (ie negative net assets)

There's a risk that the debt could be called immediately and so you will need to have an alternative debt provider lined up to replace them. Also you need to have some cash on the side to fund the ongoing £1.5m a week of losses.

Alternatively you could come to a deal with the current debt provider and:

A. Put the company into administration
B. Buy the profitable stores from the administrator but leave the unprofitable ones behind
C. buy the brand and anything else that's important to have
D. still have all of the stock/inventory which the ABL provider has a charge over
E. walk away from a whole pile of liabilities
F. Have an immediately profitable business since you've jettisoned the loss-making stores
G. Have a solid balance sheet with positive net assets as you've jettisoned a whole load of liabilities
H. Still have change out of £50m

Can you see the difference? How much more attractive administration is to a takeover? Why there's an expectation that administration is the most likely route?

JakNife

jaknife
21/2/2024
10:37
they will start the bidding at 38-50p I expect.
dealer55
21/2/2024
10:20
Let’s not forget that time you bottled the meeting on the bridge eh Sam ….

All talk .

Sam , the guy who never shorted boohoo yet “ made a killing “ as the price shrank from £3.70 to 37 pence ….

All talk

seedoftongo
21/2/2024
09:48
so you think any successful offer would need to £1.00 - 1.20 range, wipe out as in call in admin?
dealer55
21/2/2024
09:42
Simples. Three bag or wipeout. Little in-between.
ihtplanner
21/2/2024
01:11
A lot of nonces too
ny boy
20/2/2024
14:08
Why let's see 50p? If it lands it will Bypass 50p lol U tit
sparsam
20/2/2024
14:00
Let’s see 50p first lol
ny boy
20/2/2024
13:52
Judge amount of the market cap traded today. I think this is the day or RNS is due very soon. Min bag to 70p, upside to 6 bags , 200 ish p
sparsam
20/2/2024
13:50
News about to land?
sparsam
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