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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 Close Price Last Trade
8.60 7.99% 116.20 112.20 124.00 113.60 107.60 08:33:08
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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
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
30/3/2020
08:33
bookbroker: Distressed selling, just a lack of buying I’d say, share price easily manipulated by the sell side in these situations, or lack of bids, a feature of low volume!
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
22/1/2020
07:56
oldtimer169: When faith in the management evaporates,so does the share price...often disproportionately!
04/12/2019
10:54
givememymoneyback: Well, since TED announced that they had £20m-25m fewer assets than stated on their balance sheet, the share price has gone... up. Evidently investors were positively impressed by this news. Or maybe everyone is hoping that they made a profit over a few sale days. Or perhaps a bit of both. Maybe TED is now immune to bad news of any kind. I suppose that would make it a buy.
02/12/2019
09:18
givememymoneyback: Looks like I'm wrong, judging by the share price recovery this morning. Seems that it is alright to lose £25m worth of stock when the whole company is only market captd at £170m!
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.
07/10/2019
11:46
porsche1945: Non food shop retailing in the uk is going down the toilet. That includes the likes of Sports Direct which is so poorly run as to be laughable, share price of that has lost 75 pc over three years. Trashed sterling thanks to the brexit sxxtshow has juiced the problems caused by the shift to the internet, stock more expensive to buy and consumers getting poorer by the day, countries with weak currencies never do any good in the end. I fear Ted is going the the same way as Supergroup.
03/10/2019
12:04
philanderer: "The latest collapse in the share price may help revive speculation over a potential move by Kelvin to take the business out of the glare of public markets through a private equity-backed buyout," said AJ Bell's Russ Mould. Alliance News
03/10/2019
10:36
geniechem: Ted Baker hasn't changed it's style in probably 10 years, I loved it then but it's still selling the same stuff for much higher prices.I'm not surprised it's struggling.Wasn't the share price fall previously blamed on House of Fraser concessions disappearing??Just one excuse after the other.
07/9/2017
03:39
dobsey: Why does Ted baker loan shares to aviva They do it quite a lot and when they do , after about a week the shares start dropping I have seen this happen about 3 to 4 times in the last 18 months Last month they loaned them 1,295,000 shares. They loan a similar amount every time Can someone explain Please
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