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Stock Name Stock Symbol Market Stock Type
Ted Baker Plc TED London Ordinary Share
  Price Change Price Change % Stock Price Last Trade
3.10 2.36% 134.40 16:35:04
Open Price Low Price High Price Close Price Previous Close
135.00 132.90 138.20 134.40 131.30
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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
16/7/2021
10:54
aringadingding: @Luddenden7 - What is that EBITDA forecast you are referring to, is it somewhere in these results sorry? https://www.londonstockexchange.com/news-article/TED/final-results/15015323 @hawfinch - I guess I mixed up two issues there with regards to "confidence". It splits into: Confidence in investors in public markets... which as we all know see-saws with crowd behaviour. Confidence of the high street consumer. Here, those being furloughed have not received 100% of their usual income, so there is the shock of that reduction, plus the shock of the pandemic, plus not being able to access the high street and Ted by their own admission being historically a bit slow to get their online presence sorted (now catching up). So again, if Ted can navigate this case squeeze, which came at a difficult time for the business, then the future is pretty good for shareholders. Early signs are they can so at this point I think it's all about patience on the part of shareholders.
16/7/2021
08:35
aringadingding: The evidence of brand appreciation here is the historical revenue. Average of £600m in the 3 years from 2018-2020 inclusive. The yougov poll in a post above is also good evidence. Investors may have fallen out of love with the stock but that is very different to customers, very few of whom will have interest in stock market! Inventory issues impact cogs, sure, but not revenue. Stock control and margin mangement generally are challenges simply for management and systems to overcome. Ted now has expert financial management at the top. 30m of net income on revenue of 600m would be 5%. 30m / 195m voting rights is eps of 0.153 pounds or 15.3 pence Share price of 128p therefore 8.3x PE... so cheap if they survive the crisis (thanks to their cash) and get back to profitability (thanks to their customers who have saved money in the pandemic and their management). Surely this is what investing is all about! A normal PE of say 15x, and 30m net income, would be approx doubling of the share price. Seems like the fall in the last few weeks is related to wider market sentiment and not logic or fundamentals, unless lots of people know something i don't.
16/7/2021
08:29
hawfinch: @Aringadingding My post wasn’t negative, it was the truth. “For me Ted's clothes are at a good price point” – that’s because you’re most likely a millennial (or older). Once confidence comes back to the market, and they get back to growing ways both online and in multiple countries, then the share price will respond in my opinion.” – this is as confident as you’ll see the market. People were being paid to stay at home… Discretionary income at an all-time high… If TED couldn’t capitalise on that then that’s down to them. “Buffet (among others) buys brands because they have longevity and the potential to generate long term incremental profits by steady expansion geographically - makes sense” – Buffet buys brands that make money!
16/7/2021
01:52
simmsc: If you look at the charts only ted looks interesting. But what is holding me back is that ted had a market cap of 100m at the end of Jan 2020 (pre pandemic) and now has a market cap of 250mWhat has ted achieved in 1 and a half years to deserve to be valued 2.5 times higher than pre pandemic. For as long as i can't work that out i won't be investing.
17/6/2021
15:54
toffeeman: No one buys brands like that Slinky - we all buy from a portfolio of brands sometimes we spend a bit other times more - but no one only buys Ted or RL or BOO for that matter. What does matter is that Ted gets more buyers, most of whom will buy occasionally (once or twice a year), it's a numbers game - simplz
14/6/2021
15:05
bookbroker: Problem for high street is this useless indecisive Govt. doing its best to destroy the confidence of the electorate. Johnson was elected because he had no competition, but it is time Covid was put to bed, and nightclubs re-opened, etc. We know that herd immunity is apparent, the numbers going down with these variants is totally insignificant. As for Ted., I’m not sure what analysts and investors thought, but to try and compare with the likes of Next is pointless. Ted. is a brand that is being revamped, is Osborne sharp enough I do not know, but their markets are quite different. It has survived thus far, but a suitor may see opportunity here.
14/6/2021
09:51
tomps2: TED FY21 results overview with Rachel Osborne CEO and David Wolffe, CFO. Video: Https://www.piworld.co.uk/company-videos/ted-baker-ted-full-year-2021-results-overview/ Podcast: Https://piworld.podbean.com/e/ted-baker-ted-full-year-2021-results-overview/
11/2/2021
08:59
luddenden7: Morgan Stanley, Price target £1.40 Ted Baker has issued its FYQ4 trading statement this morning. The trading figure is very weak, but this should not come as too much of a surprise to the market. However given the outlook commentary we would not be surprised to see FY 2021/22 PBT consensus forecasts fall following today. - Group revenues in FYQ4 were down 47% for the 13 weeks to the end of January. When Ted Baker updated the market in December, it reported group revenues down 37% for the 4 weeks to 28 November, and so this implies a material deterioration since then. Though, this should not be a surprise to investors given the various lockdowns that have been reimposed. Indeed Bloomberg consensus was anticipating revenues down 46% for the full year, broadly in-line with the full year revenue figure reported today. - Encouragingly Ted Baker had £67m of cash on its balance sheet at the end of January (versus £59m as of 28th November) and its £133m of bank facilities remain undrawn. Management has also commented that it expects to have "material liquidity headroom" ahead of the peak in its working capital cycle in Autumn of this year. - Ted Baker has not provided explicit PBT guidance today for FY 2020/21 or for FY 2021/22. It does cite, though, that it anticipates for Retail and Wholesale "an ongoing materially negative impact across both channels from store closures until end May 2021, followed by a phased recovery until the end of the first half". It also adds that it expects to see up to £5m of extra costs related to Brexit. According to Bloomberg, prior to today, consensus was anticipating PBT of -£62m in FY 2020/21 and £6m in FY 2021/22. We would not be surprised to see FY 2021/22 forecasts coming down materially following today given the commentary.
05/2/2021
12:30
w1ndjammer: Well they said the following on the 7th December so not concerned........... 07 December 2020 7 December 2020 Ted Baker Plc ("Ted Baker", the "Group") Interim Results Announcement for the 28 weeks ended 8 August 2020 Good progress against Ted's Formula for Growth and strong cash generation despite ongoing COVID disruption Rachel Osborne, Chief Executive Officer, commented: "This has been an unprecedented period for Ted Baker and today's Interim Results clearly show both the impact of the COVID-19 pandemic and the steps we have taken to reset the business. I believe that these actions and the early progress we have made with Ted's Growth Formula means we now have the right foundations in place for the future. "Even with some of our legacy issues being amplified by COVID-19, our balance sheet is materially stronger than we had envisaged this early in the plan and operational cashflow will be positive for the full-year. At the same time, we have strengthened our leadership team, made good progress against our brand, product and digital ambitions, and are on track or ahead of our operational KPIs for the first year of our plan
18/5/2020
10:31
whites123: No one with any comments about todays RNS? Last line should provide some excitement / confidence considering an update is imminent. ""The business has faced into a number of challenges in the months since I joined, and while we still have much to do, our progress so far gives me confidence that we can deliver our transformation plan and create value for all of our stakeholders." Lest of course the RNS is to seek to distort??? Strong buy at the moment IMO. KeywordCompanyEPIC/TIDMSEDOL/ISINNews Search Price Announcements Fundamentals News Article RSS Ted Baker PLC (TED) Add to Alerts list Print Mail a friend Annual reports Monday 18 May, 2020 Ted Baker PLC CFO Appointment RNS Number : 1841N Ted Baker PLC 18 May 2020 18 May 2020 Ted Baker Plc ("Ted Baker" or the "Group") Appointment of Chief Financial Officer Ted Baker, the global lifestyle brand, today announces the appointment of David Wolffe as Chief Financial Officer with immediate effect. David, who will join the Board immediately, has over twenty years' experience in finance roles for both public and private businesses, including the Group CFO role at HMV Group PLC where he addressed a range of retail and financial challenges. He has held senior financial and executive positions at leading global consumer and media businesses, including the roles of Finance Director of ITV Studios, CFO at AOL Europe, and Finance Director, BBC Magazines and Consumer Publishing. Since 2018 he has been Interim CFO in a series of private equity backed retail and technology businesses. David joined Ted Baker on 2nd January 2020 as Interim Chief Financial Officer from GeniusSports. Since his arrival, he has been instrumental to a number of the Group's financial initiatives, including the agreed sale and leaseback of the Ugly Brown Building. Rachel Osborne, Chief Executive Officer, said: "We are delighted to welcome David on board on a permanent basis, following a thorough process, in addition to the capability we have seen him display in recent months. "I have thoroughly enjoyed working closely alongside him since the start of the year and David has quickly gripped the issues inside the business and developed solutions to put things right. I look forward to his continued significant contribution to the leadership team, as we work together to return Ted Baker to profitable growth" . David Wolffe, said: "I was extremely pleased about joining Ted Baker back in January, and my time with the business since then has revealed the huge opportunities that lie ahead for this iconic British brand. "The business has faced into a number of challenges in the months since I joined, and while we still have much to do, our progress so far gives me confidence that we can deliver our transformation plan and create value for all of our stakeholders."
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