Share Name Share Symbol Market Type Share ISIN Share Description
Ted Baker Plc LSE:TED London Ordinary Share GB0001048619 ORD 5P
  Price Change % Change Share Price Bid Price Offer Price High Price Low Price Open Price Shares Traded Last Trade
  -19.20 -5.96% 303.20 298.80 304.80 317.00 303.20 317.00 9,052 08:47:17
Industry Sector Turnover (m) Profit (m) EPS - Basic PE Ratio Market Cap (m)
General Retailers 617.4 50.9 91.5 3.3 135

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26/2/2020
12:11
They are getting rid of some of these! see today's rns
toffeeman
26/2/2020
11:27
Ted Baker has 750 staff in the head office which sounds like an awful lot to me. https://www.drapersonline.com/7039632.article
niggle
25/2/2020
19:37
12:28 pm: Macy's is planning for a coronavirus hit Macy's warned investors that the coronavirus outbreak, which has shuttered commerce across China and sent markets spiraling, could hit the department store chain, too. The virus could disrupt Macy's operations in three ways, CEO and Chairman Jeff Gennette said on the company's fourth-quarter earnings call, if it affects employees, international tourism and supply chain. "While still too early to estimate, we anticipate that there could be a small impact on first-quarter sales from international tourism," he said. "With respect to the supply chain, we are working with our vendor partners to minimize any possible disruption." —Feuer
onjohn
07/2/2020
09:24
Buying time
nw99
06/2/2020
16:53
Tosca topping up, Ray Kelvin and Schroeders, Ameriprise and other institutions. There are quite a few different insititutions and unlike the horror equity stories I have seen the are not selling. Not one institution has sold. Had they thought this is a titanic they would have ran by now. Noone is running. Sit tight. Patience becomes extreme virtue in these situations.
micha14
03/2/2020
22:39
He makes lots of mistakes but he has a large pile of cash. Mulberry made a huge loss.TED now at airports, makes sense to me
hatfullofsky
03/2/2020
21:09
Mike Ashley made a fundamental error with Debenhams, as noted in this Telegraph article: How 'Mystic Mike' Ashley tried to get control of Debenhams on the cheap... and failed spectacularly Rather than spending £150m on equity, Ashley should have bought into the debt much earlier. See: https://www.telegraph.co.uk/business/2019/04/09/mike-ashley-tried-get-control-debenhams-cheap-failed-spectacularly/ He's not going to make the same mistake with Ted Baker! JakNife
jaknife
03/2/2020
20:53
Just told the mrs she can buy her bags from sports direct know haha
smnicolson
03/2/2020
20:32
https://www.theguardian.com/fashion/2020/feb/03/mike-ashley-frasers-group-snaps-up-stake-in-luxury-brand-mulberry
elpirata
03/2/2020
17:51
Precisely. They also forget it was 35£ with 2/3ds of sales. One bad year. Do you sell a farm after one bad year of crops? This has every chance of going forward to 30£ again
micha14
03/2/2020
17:06
I think people forget this has halved since beginning of January, entitled to a rebound!
bookbroker
03/2/2020
16:37
Agreed and with relatively little volume. I would expect an RNS tonight or tomorrow AM. Frasers look for bombed out retail brands..... bid coming ?
hatfullofsky
03/2/2020
15:41
Today's rise is a little too high for market movements in my book. I'm thinking someone knows something we don't
smnicolson
03/2/2020
11:43
problem here is the music stops and then u take it up the ass got to have another warning soon and then its 130p
nobilis
03/2/2020
11:43
No a single institutional holder has unloaded. Normally institutions run first but they are all sitting there!
micha14
03/2/2020
09:14
That runs counter to their statement on 10/12/19!
bookbroker
03/2/2020
09:11
Can you verify your source as regards sales?
bookbroker
03/2/2020
09:01
What does overstating stock by 58m actually mean? It means they thought the stock was worth 210m while as the real figure is 150m of the stock worth. Does that ave any effect on future earning? or on share of mind that the brand has with consumers? No no and No.
micha14
03/2/2020
08:58
The brand hasnt lost any value at all. In the North West for example the sales are up in every store and leases have been extended. The banks are nervous and asked for an independednt opinion, which is reasonable enough. It doesnt however mean that Ted is in bacrupcy does it, by any means. Is the company facing a difficult period- Of course it is facing a difficult period, the whole sector is facing a difficult period. Can it pull through without dilution- With good management and a bit of earnings improvement it can! 37m was the depreciation figure in the last trading upgrade. To me this is now oversold, so @JakNife I have added to my position while the shares are on sale this morning. As George Soros says- " I contend that the markets are almost always wrong". Troubled sector with much nervousness. Try this- The brand has hardly any competition. In the mid market people downgrade and upgrade to it. Kelvin isnt going to be diluting his pension. New intiatives such as new IT systems and ship to store are all in place now. This is 20 bagger from here.
micha14
01/2/2020
20:27
micha14, re your 954 The banks are nervous, but even with 5-10m announced pretax profit Ted can make their interest payment. earnings CAN improve too. I'm sorry but this is incredibly naive! It's not good enough that Ted can just pay the interest on their loan, they need to be able to demonstrate that they can actually repay the capital as well. This is what TED said about its covenants in its last report: The financial covenant tests are based upon the following: • a ratio of total net debt to EBITDA; • a fixed charge cover ratio; and • minimum net tangible assets. See: Http://www.tedbakerplc.com/~/media/Files/T/Ted-Baker/results-and-reports/report/2019/2018-19-annual-report.pdf TED will definitely have breached at least one of these covenants and we know that the bank have appointed advisers to investigate what's going on: Ted Baker lenders call for help at ailing retail chain Banks including Barclays and RBS have hired advisers to carry out an independent business review, Sky News learns. See: Https://news.sky.com/story/ted-baker-lenders-call-for-help-at-ailing-retail-chain-11903703 So the banks are in control. And to be clear they're not going to be happy with £180m out the door to a flakey company that can just about pay the interest bill each year. They are going to ask for a very significant equity injection from shareholders. If you're lucky it will just be a rights issue, but if you're unlucky they'll arrange a placing. Because does Ray Kelvin actually have £35m of cash available if he's asked to stick money in at the same time as other shareholders? JakNife
jaknife
01/2/2020
17:24
Brand hasn't lost 90% of value. It will recover. As JakNife says the stuff in boots is not core product. Perhaps they licenced the brand too much but it isn't material to success of the core business.
lionheart79
01/2/2020
13:12
The banks are nervous, but even with 5-10m announced pretax profit Ted can make their interest payment. earnings CAN improve too. Why is everyone so negative on the company that sells 600m. I am v sceptical of market pessimism here. Ted in US is showing growth. I guess one would have to look at their latest annual report. The fact they are not releasing it isnt good but understandable since they had a lot of hick ups and its natural to release the rport much later, mm, risky but has as much chance of recovery as bancrupcy. BUY.
micha14
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