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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 0.0% 136.20 135.70 136.80 - 0.00 01:00:00
Industry Sector Turnover (m) Profit (m) EPS - Basic PE Ratio Market Cap (m)
General Retailers 352.0 -107.7 -56.2 - 251

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DateSubjectAuthorDiscuss
15/6/2021
17:26
Hawfinch, youn have given a good summary and the market has also given its verdict which is avoid for now and see how things pan out.
debsdowner
15/6/2021
16:58
Just gone through Ted’s results and I cannot say that I’m surprised. ‘impairment217; – 43m. I did say in post 2214 that impairment would be a worry. This clothing brand has way too many stores (still +400 if we subtract the partner stores in MEAA), but that’s not even the biggest worry for me if I was an investor. Sales and profit margins are. I swear, most of the time I’m on Ted’s website they’re constantly discounting and that’s a worry since it’s what got them in this mess in the first place (i.e., unwanted inventory). I honestly do not know where this company will go from here… They were late to the e-commerce party, late to the loungewear scene; they’ve just hired a new creative designer from top man who released his MIB range (which I think is average), and they’ve still got way too many stores. On top of that, their price range is bang in the middle with a target market aimed predominately at millennials. As a wealthy consumer do I bother trading down – not really as COVID hasn’t really impacted their wallets/purses. What about gen Z, would they trade up? Nah, can’t see it. There’s so much variety and such little difference between clothing ranges that's coupled with huge price competition. I think the clothing market has changed. Perhaps the market has shifted between the mid-players feet. It’s now either Very luxury... and… well everything else. From a financial perspective, I can’t see this firm doing another placement. There’s no need & for what? They have the cash. This company needs direction, but more importantly, a visionary.
hawfinch
14/6/2021
20:39
Her work at Dommino Pizza will have brought plenty of experience in fashion NOT !
debsdowner
14/6/2021
20:37
Yes Osborne did a 1 year stint at DEBTENHAMS Https://www.retailgazette.co.uk/blog/2019/09/rachel-osborne-mike-hazell-debenhams-chief-financial-officer-cfo/
debsdowner
14/6/2021
20:29
As I said before many times "Companies are like Football Clubs" they rather employ a TOTAL FAILURE than give someone with NEW & BRIGHTER IDEAS a chance.
investtofly
14/6/2021
20:22
Wasnt Osborne a director of DEBTENHAMS ???? Always looking forward while share price going downwards. TED is a good brand but seems to be in serious decline.. Trouble with fashion is its all been done before and consumer now more sustainability conscious and not as keen to keep up with fashion. The lockodwn has also had a serious effect and holiidays abroad off the menu.
debsdowner
14/6/2021
19:29
Right you are re reopening, what a bunch of idiots shutting down the country. I cannot imagine they can carry for much longer
micha14
14/6/2021
18:27
market clobbering this because a rescue discounted placing is coming
albanyvillas
14/6/2021
16:11
Ironically I think both dropped to about 70p at the height of covid panic One is now 450p the other 150p
john09
14/6/2021
15:58
Agree So why didnt you switch to superdry
john09
14/6/2021
15:51
Completely different demographic and market dress, t-shirts very different from occasional wear.
bookbroker
14/6/2021
15:48
And as soon as I saw that revenue number I knew the price would go south, dreadful Where’s the guy that was slagging off Superdry over ted? Superdry revenues are double this! Same lockdown for superdry...
john09
14/6/2021
15:47
Tell all the morons to get their jabs then
john09
14/6/2021
15:45
A placing will do nothing for this company, it needs the country to move forward.
bookbroker
14/6/2021
15:44
I doubt it, but they have to control the losses, Osborne always seems to be involved with companies in dire straits, but not being helped by an inept Govt. that hands out cash to those who least need it, then spend 000’s doing up their houses while claiming the furlough. Sunak seen as Mr Wonderful, easy when you have an open cheque book with unlimited resources. These companies need normality as regards consumerism to return, not pay people to stay at home!
bookbroker
14/6/2021
15:24
Placing at 75p time again
albanyvillas
14/6/2021
15:18
So the loss grew by 40% to £107m So they lost £2m every week They may as well stand at the street corner and burn £50 notes
zingerburger
14/6/2021
15:05
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.
bookbroker
14/6/2021
15:00
scemer14 Jun '21 - 14:28 - 2252 of 2254 0 0 0 Zing don't see running on empty from the accounts today please enlighten me (Loss) GBP(107.7)m GBP(77.6)m 38.8% So the loss grew by 40% to £107m So they lost £2m every week fuct
zingerburger
14/6/2021
14:35
As for brand, the facts dont lie. The company still has a very strong brand and far better than many industry competitors, especially amongst the young, the more affluent shoppers of tomorrow - https://yougov.co.uk/topics/consumer/explore/brand/Ted_Baker
luddenden7
14/6/2021
14:28
Zing don't see running on empty from the accounts today please enlighten me
scemer
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