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TED Ted Baker Plc

109.80
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12 Apr 2024 - Closed
Delayed by 15 minutes
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
  0.00 0.00% 109.80 109.80 110.00 - 0.00 01:00:00
Industry Sector Turnover Profit EPS - Basic PE Ratio Market Cap
0 0 N/A 0

Ted Baker Share Discussion Threads

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DateSubjectAuthorDiscuss
08/4/2024
19:11
Iconic British brand Ted Baker announces 15 stores to shut within just days after plunging into administration - is YOUR local on the list?
powereddrones
19/3/2024
17:32
All lucky they got sold...otherwise
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shinnas
19/3/2024
17:30
hxxps://news.sky.com/story/hundreds-of-jobs-at-risk-as-ted-baker-calls-in-administrators-13097959

Hundreds of jobs at risk as Ted Baker calls in administrators

The fashion retailer has filed a notice of intention to appoint administrators weeks after a licensing partnership was abandoned, Sky News understands.

Hundreds of high street jobs are at risk after Ted Baker’s British operations veered to the brink of administration.

Sky News has learnt that No Ordinary Designer Label, which trades under the Ted Baker brand, filed a notice of intention to appoint Teneo Financial Advisory as administrators on Tuesday.

The move is expected to result in store closures and job losses, although the scale of both was unclear.

Although jobs are at risk, no redundancies would be announced on day one of the insolvency process, according to a source.

It comes roughly 18 months after Ted Baker delisted from the London stock market after being bought by ABG for about £210m.

A subsequent brand licensing partnership with AARC, a Dutch company, was recently abandoned amid a dispute between the parties.

Sources said Ted Baker would continue to trade during the insolvency process.

The retailer's torrid period began in 2019 when founder Ray Kelvin left amid claims of inappropriate behaviour towards female colleagues.

powereddrones
05/10/2022
09:10
Sorry just ignore my question! You told me already! Thanks.
niklol
05/10/2022
08:53
Extremely low.
Where did you get the info from please?

niklol
04/10/2022
22:21
Surprising yes, only 27 shareholders voted against the takeover.
koolcat1
01/10/2022
15:55
I'm shocked that it was such a high percentage in favour
niklol
01/10/2022
15:48
Really! So sorry, I didn't think we would know the outcome so soon.
Thanks for the info.

niklol
01/10/2022
14:50
That is what I was referring to. The takeover was approved by 98% of votes cast. Ted to be delisted this month and the payments distributed around 4th November.
koolcat1
01/10/2022
12:39
I meant the shareholders vote 29th September.
niklol
30/9/2022
14:48
The announcement is there on RNS and on Ted Baker's investor website. 98% in favour (in number of votes).
koolcat1
29/9/2022
20:31
I wonder when we shall know the results of todays voting?
niklol
28/9/2022
11:48
Burberry is up a lot today. The market for luxury goods seems to be going strong.
kibes
14/9/2022
23:28
https://www.google.com/amp/s/capital.com/amp/cury-currys-share-price-double
blackhorse23
14/9/2022
09:22
Me too but it won't make a difference - this is a done deal (unfortunately)
toffeeman
14/9/2022
09:11
I have placed my vote... against. £200 million for a strong international brand with recovery potential seems much too low in my view
buoycat
09/9/2022
18:22
niklol, not sure. I guess if 50% of remaining shareholders rejected it there could be a new management team brought in as a consequence of that, which could be a good thing. Aside from that investors must be wondering why other major investors have approved it, and they don't know.
aringadingding
05/9/2022
19:42
Nothing is over until the fat lady sings!
niklol
05/9/2022
19:39
Many thanks.
Do you reckon this takeover will go ahead?

niklol
05/9/2022
12:20
Niklol, shareholder vote is on 29th September.

If you read this, I suspect this is quite an insightful analysis of where the company presently is, and what it needs to do going forwards:

hxxps://www.thedrum.com/news/2022/08/18/it-s-drab-and-half-hearted-why-ted-baker-needs-marketing-overhaul-survive

In essence, it needs to keep the good points about it's brand heritage but make it relevant to the modern market somehow, and also go back to basics in terms of its offering (as per McDonalds, Tesco etc.).

The question before us, really, is whether that is a difficult challenge or not. It is probably easier as a private company, sure, but whether it is difficult or not is a separate question. For me, I can't really see that it is very difficult. This is why what the Chair and CEO have delivered is pretty embarrassing for them.

Unless there is a lot more to the picture than we can perceive from the outside, I suspect this is an embarrassment that will live with them for a long time. The new private owners are buying 1) a platform and 2) brand heritage. They can then just spend as much as they like to get all the systems really humming, refresh the brand (as per above) and then just start selling stuff internationally. As a brand with heritage it just has so much potential.

Maybe Tosca are keen to sell out as they don't fancy another fundraise and see that as a risk. New owners see it as an opportunity I'm sure.

aringadingding
02/9/2022
11:01
Are we still getting a chance to vote?
If so anyone know when.
Ted Baker update today stores revenue up 20%

niklol
20/8/2022
17:59
I don't really understand why the board is recommending it.

Because the deal they've agreed for them is better so they reject a much higher 1 because it shafts the BOD 🤣

YOU LOT need to reject this 1....trading is bad 🤣🤣🤣🤣

qsmeily456
17/8/2022
17:33
Oh dealy you've been rogered again 🤣🤣🤣
qsmeily456
17/8/2022
11:05
Many thanks for responses to my post.
I personally will wait in hope! I am in profit by about £30 so worth taking a chance I feel!!!
Best of luck to us all

niklol
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