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Stock Name Stock Symbol Market Stock Type Stock ISIN Stock Description
Ted Baker Plc TED London Ordinary Share GB0001048619 ORD 5P
  Price Change Price Change % Stock Price Low Price High Price Open Price Previous Close Last Trade
0.00 0.0% 67.00 0.00 0.00 0.00 67.00 01:00:00
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Ted Baker TED Dividends History

Announcement Date Type Currency Dividend Amount Period Start Period End Ex Date Record Date Payment Date Total Dividend Amount
03/10/2019InterimGBX7.825/01/201925/01/202010/10/201911/10/201922/11/20197.8
21/03/2019FinalGBX40.726/01/201826/01/201917/05/201918/05/201922/06/201958.6
04/10/2018InterimGBX17.911/02/201811/08/201811/10/201812/10/201823/11/20180
22/03/2018FinalGBX43.527/01/201727/01/201817/05/201818/05/201822/06/201860.1
10/10/2017InterimGBX16.612/02/201712/08/201719/10/201720/10/201717/11/20170
23/03/2017FinalGBX38.828/01/201628/01/201718/05/201719/05/201723/06/201753.6
11/10/2016InterimGBX14.813/02/201613/08/201620/10/201621/10/201618/11/20160
17/03/2016FinalGBX34.630/01/201530/01/201619/05/201620/05/201617/06/201647.8
06/10/2015InterimGBX13.215/02/201515/08/201515/10/201516/10/201520/11/20150
19/03/2015FinalGBX2931/01/201431/01/201521/05/201522/05/201519/06/201540.3
02/10/2014InterimGBX11.309/02/201409/08/201415/10/201417/10/201421/11/20140
20/03/2014FinalGBX24.225/01/201325/01/201407/05/201409/05/201420/06/201433.7
03/10/2013InterimGBX9.510/02/201310/08/201316/10/201318/10/201322/11/20130
21/03/2013FinalGBX18.726/01/201226/01/201308/05/201310/05/201321/06/201326.6
04/10/2012InterimGBX7.926/01/201226/01/201317/10/201219/10/201223/11/20120
21/03/2012FinalGBX16.2528/01/201128/01/201209/05/201211/05/201215/06/201223.4
06/10/2011InterimGBX7.1513/02/201113/08/201119/10/201121/10/201125/11/20110
24/03/2011FinalGBX14.329/01/201029/01/201111/05/201113/05/201117/06/201120.6
07/10/2010InterimGBX6.329/01/201029/01/201120/10/201022/10/201026/11/20100
25/03/2010FinalGBX0.531/01/200931/01/201012/05/201014/05/201018/06/201017.15
23/03/2010InterimGBX11.431/01/200931/01/201003/03/201005/03/201026/03/20100
08/10/2009InterimGBX5.2515/02/200915/08/200921/10/200923/10/200927/11/20090
25/03/2009FinalGBX11.431/01/200831/01/200913/05/200915/05/200919/06/200916.65
02/10/2008InterimGBX5.2509/02/200809/08/200828/10/200831/10/200828/11/20080
18/03/2008FinalGBX11.426/01/200726/01/200814/05/200816/05/200820/06/200816.4
04/10/2007InterimGBX511/08/200611/08/200731/10/200702/11/200730/11/20070
20/03/2007FinalGBX10.327/01/200627/01/200716/05/200718/05/200722/06/200714.6
05/10/2006InterimGBX4.312/02/200612/08/200601/11/200603/11/200624/11/20060
22/03/2006FinalGBX8.228/01/200528/01/200617/05/200619/05/200623/06/200612.1
06/10/2005InterimGBX3.913/02/200513/08/200502/11/200504/11/200525/11/20050
17/03/2005FinalGBX7.329/01/200429/01/200518/05/200520/05/200524/06/200510.8
06/10/2004InterimGBX3.514/02/200414/08/200403/11/200405/11/200426/11/20040
25/03/2004FinalGBX6.431/01/200331/01/200419/05/200421/05/200425/06/20049.6
02/10/2003InterimGBX3.209/02/200309/08/200305/11/200307/11/200329/11/20030
25/03/2003FinalGBX5.825/01/200225/01/200321/05/200323/05/200320/06/20038.7
03/10/2002InterimGBX2.910/02/200210/08/200230/10/200201/11/200229/11/20020
26/03/2002FinalGBX5.126/01/200126/01/200222/05/200224/05/200221/06/20027.8
04/10/2001InterimGBX2.711/08/200011/08/200110/10/200112/10/200129/11/20010
05/04/2001FinalGBX4.627/01/200027/01/200111/04/200117/04/200122/06/20017
11/10/2000InterimGBX2.412/08/199912/08/200023/10/200027/10/200027/11/20000
15/06/2000FinalGBX4.231/01/199931/01/200025/04/200002/05/200020/06/20006.3
07/10/1999InterimGBX2.114/08/199814/08/199918/10/199922/10/199929/11/19990
22/04/1999FinalGBX3.631/01/199831/01/199904/05/199910/05/199917/06/19995.4
15/10/1998InterimGBX1.815/08/199715/08/199826/10/199830/10/199826/11/19980
24/04/1998FinalGBX331/01/199731/01/199805/05/199811/05/199819/06/19983

Top Dividend Posts

DateSubject
05/6/2020
12:10
buoycat: I paid £10 for my first tranche of Ted shares when they had already been hammered down from £30 and I was bottom fishing. They are an international brand and I hoped the hugging fiasco was emotional rather than fundamental. Selling now to make the difference with 75p seems to me a very short term view. With an improved balance sheet, the prospect of stores reopening and a new management team in place, the prospect of a significant recovery over the next two or three years must be a possibility if not a certainty. The share price is holding up well, so clearly I'm not the only one with this view.
03/6/2020
15:47
knowbodyyouno: I had 10,000 shares - I've been allocated 5714 at 75p each, so far. But let's say I only get my allocation, but in the week they come onto the market buy back the other 3rd or so, for much less than the 125p each I sold them for, then I haven't lost out - at least not on the number of shares or even much on the price. As it stands, I could buy my entire holding back today for £1.5K cheaper than what I sold it for yesterday. I'm not passing judgement on what others choose to do here, but to me it seemed to be common sense and a more calculated risk than merely hoping there's a decent premium to the share price once we take up our allocations. Chances are, the market price at cop on admission day and 75p aren't going to be that far apart.
03/6/2020
15:34
dealy: The shares that you are entitled to at 75p aren't some gift. They are part of the overall investment you have. You cannot look at them in isolation and consider the profit on those above 75p. What's relevant is the fair value of the shares post completion of the fund raising. In other words, what is a fair market cap for a near debt free Ted ? The ensuing share price determines whether the shares are a buy or a sell at 109p, not the fact that some shares are available at 75p
02/6/2020
17:06
knowbodyyouno: My placing share allocation is visible in my HSBC invest direct account. They're listed as 'sub shares'. Presumably once the paperwork is complete and returned and they're paid for, the transaction will show as 'executed'. In any case, I sold my entire holding today at 125p No wisdom that I can follow in watching it drift down to, IMO, £1 or below and doing nothing. I'll take up the subscription, but only if it remains at significant discount to the share price at the time. I'm not even convinced by the plan. The sense I get from the prospectus was that TED was teetering on the brink of administration. Touch and go. As we move into a deep recession and Brexit, is this the environment within which a decimated company can rise from the ashes? I'm not so sure. There may be better recovery plays still out there.
01/6/2020
18:13
phurley: The historical 14 quid share price suddenly becomes 75 per cent diluted - not quite as rosy
01/6/2020
11:06
buoycat: The robustness of the share price bodes well to me. If ted baker can survive and make a good recovery there's no reason why the share price couldn't make a substantial recovery in the next year or two. The gain on selling the profit from 75p placing will look small if the shares recover to £5 or more. It says to me that investors are backing a recovery
31/3/2020
19:10
jaknife: dealy, re your 1,060: "stock was 25 times higher 2 years ago." The share price two years ago is irrelevant because two years ago people didn't know that the company was fraudulent! The accounts for probably at least the last three years (possibly longer) have been fraudulent! As per the 22 Jan RNS: "The Deloitte review has now largely concluded and Ted Baker expects to report that the value of inventory held on the Group's balance sheet at 26th January 2019 was overstated by £58m." From: Https://www.investegate.co.uk/ted-baker-plc--ted-/rns/update-on-independent-review-of-inventory/202001220700065583A/ Look back at those accounts from 2017, 2018 and 2019 and knock off £20m of profits from each year because of the inventory fraud. Those accounts don't quite look so impressive anymore do they? JakNife
31/3/2020
12:47
she-ra: I'm guessing Ted might be going for a placing from this price action. But a placing IMO should be at a premium to the share price. Ted is a top quality brand and would not and should not justify a deep discounted placing. A placing would be no bad thing if it is at a good price and clears the remaining debt. Sure you would not make as much as you would have had this lockdown not happened but I still believe there would be room for some serious profits for shareholders. Ted isn't Superdry. It's success does not come from overt branding but quality designs. Ted should come through this.
01/2/2020
11:57
jaknife: EezyMunny, I think that you're being a little unfair. Perfume/aftershave isn't the core of the TED brand, a better measure of that would be if they would tell us how much stock went into the end of year sales. And of course Next do give that figure and are the perfect example of transparency, whereas TED have always been very guarded and opaque with their disclosures. TED will survive as a business but the issue is whether the debt is now so large versus the actual business that current shareholders will retain any significant part of the business going forward. It doesn't help that shareholder now know that the historic numbers will have been fantasy for a number of years. Inevitably people will draw the other comparison with Next, which was that in 1988 it was taken to the verge of bankruptcy and the share price hit a low of 7p ... it's a lot higher now! JakNife
07/10/2019
18:59
onjohn: not long ago Ted Baker’s former boss Ray Kelvin said to be considering buyout Shares in Ted Baker have jumped after reports that the fashion retailer’s founder, Ray Kelvin, was considering teaming up with investors to buy the company. Kelvin quit as chief executive in March in the wake of allegations of inappropriate behaviour towards staff, including forced hugs. Reports at the weekend said Kelvin, who owns 35% of Ted Baker, was prepared to support a buyout to take the company private and work with its existing management. Shares in the business closed up 13.5% at 951p on Monday. The share price has more than halved since early January following the publication of two profit warnings, as it described “extremely difficult” trading conditions. In March 2018 the shares traded at £32.14, valuing Ted Baker at £1.4bn. The company is now valued at about £424m and Kelvin’s stake is worth £148m. Following Kelvin’s departure his former finance director and associate of more than 20 years, Lindsay Page, has been running the company. David Bernstein, a former chairman of French Connection and the Football Association, is executive chairman. An acquisition could be backed by private equity firms, which are awash with cash, or a consortium of other investors, according to the Mail on Sunday, which first reported talk of a bid.
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