Ted Baker Dividends - TED

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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 High Price Low Price Open Price Close Price Last Trade
  -2.40 -0.6% 397.60 400.00 375.40 391.00 400.00 16:35:01
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Ted Baker TED Dividends History

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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.
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.
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
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.
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
discodave4: Article suggests it may be due to no like for like numbers.hTTp://www.cityam.com/261541/ted-bakers-share-price-falls-despite-sales-boost
sogoesit: IC Broker Comment 19 June:Group revenue up 24 per cent ■ Gross margins maintained despite international expansion ■ Wholesale and online sales jump more than 40 per cent Investors in our long-standing buy tip Ted Baker (TED) will have been encouraged by a very strong trading update for the 18-week period between 1 February and 6 June this year. Group revenue was up 24 per cent year on year, with online sales a particular highlight, up 47 per cent in the period. The wholesale trading division also performed very well, as changing buying patterns in the UK and North America contributed to a 38 per cent constant-currency increase in sales. The Ted Baker brand continues to expand internationally, with concessions opening in France, Germany, the Netherlands, China and Japan in the period. The group also launched its first street level store in Hong Kong, and a premium range in Spitalfields, London. However, the total shop floor space increase was just 6.6 per cent, little more than a third of the 19 per cent retail sales growth. Crucially, none of the revenue increases appear to have compromised gross margins, which were broadly in line with last year's levels. Peel Hunt says... Buy. These like-for-like sales figures, coupled with the uptick in wholesale orders, justify a 3 per cent forecast upgrade. Full-year adjusted pre-tax profit should hit £59.7m, up from £49.5m in the 12 months to January 2015, and we are forecasting EPS growth of 17 per cent a year until early 2018. Buoyed by a website redesign, growth in the US has been particularly impressive, while management's expectation of 18 per cent top-line growth in the wholesale business is almost double our initial projection. We expect most international growth to come from the US, but we also see increasing focus on developing the European store base. Liberum says... Buy. With gross margins broadly in line with last year, Ted Baker is not buying top-line growth. In fact, margins should widen a little this year, so the group should make adjusted earnings per share of 95.2p, based on an upgraded pre-tax profit forecast of £57.7m. The premium valuation is justified by the strong track record of almost exclusively organic growth. It should be noted that the shares have shown ongoing momentum despite trading at a 51 per cent premium to their general retailer peers over the last five years. IC VIEW: Considering the strength of this update, the share price increase on the day was fairly modest at 1.2 per cent. At 2,850p, Ted Baker's shares are 49 per cent up on last year's buy tip (1,918p 5 Jun 2014), and now sit on 28 times Peel Hunt's earnings forecast for the year to January 2016. That's a heady multiple, but the retailer has grown earnings per share by an average of 19 per cent a year over the last five years. Further scope for international expansion, strong brand momentum and little slippage in gross margins suggest the rally is not over yet. Buy. Last IC view: Buy, 2,726p, 20 Mar 2015
philanderer: Investors Chronicle: Ted Baker suited and booted IC VIEW: Considering the strength of this update, the share price increase on the day was fairly modest at 1.2 per cent. At 2,850p, Ted Baker's shares are 49 per cent up on last year's buy tip (1,918p 5 Jun 2014), and now sit on 28 times Peel Hunt's earnings forecast for the year to January 2016. That's a heady multiple, but the retailer has grown earnings per share by an average of 19 per cent a year over the last five years. Further scope for international expansion, strong brand momentum and little slippage in gross margins suggest the rally is not over yet. Buy. Last IC view: Buy, 2,726p, 20 Mar 2015 HTTP://www.investorschronicle.co.uk/2015/06/16/tips-and-ideas/share-tips/brokers-tips/ted-baker-suited-and-booted-WVNggDVTxsd43qJcSqNHjM/article.html
sogoesit: I have some ISA funds to invest and was contemplating whether TED's shares were reasonably, or over-valued at these current levels. Last year's EPS was 83p. If we assume they grow EPS by 20% (a not unreasonable amount based on the last few years' growth) then 2015/16's EPS should be about 100p. But what P/E multiple to award it? The last few years PEG ratio has been about 1.4. So, if we get 20% growth the P/E should be 1.4 x 20 = 28. At 100p EPS for the coming year that gives a share price of 2800p. On that basis it is starting to look a bit pricey but if growth were to be higher then it still looks reasonable right now.
philanderer: Telegraph market report: Ted Baker firm despite share sale Ray Kelvin, the publicity-shy founder and chief executive of fashion retailer Ted Baker, was in the spotlight after netting £4.65m from a share sale. Liberum Capital placed 202, 382 shares in the FTSE 250 company at £23 a piece on Tuesday. The sale came after Mr Kelvin, who set up the first Ted Baker store in Glasgow in 1988, exercised nil-cost options awarded to him under the retailer’s long-term bonus plan. The options were a reward for hitting targets relating to earnings-per-share growth, share price gains, and shareholder returns. Ted Baker stock has certainly been a strong performer, with the shares more than tripling over the last three years to close at £23.74 on Tuesday, up 9p on the day and boosted last week by a strong Christmas trading update. Director share sales normally unnerve investors, as they are often interpreted as a lack of confidence on behalf of management. However, there were no such worries among Ted Baker investors as the founder’s sizeable shareholding remained unchanged at 35.38pc after the placing. The stake is worth about £365m and makes Mr Kelvin the retailer’s single-biggest investor. A spokesman said that the founder had sold the bonus plan shares to bolster the liquidity of the stock. HTTP://www.telegraph.co.uk/finance/markets/marketreport/11343728/Ted-Baker-firm-despite-share-sale.html
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