|Bid||3,550.00 x 7100|
|Ask||4,195.00 x 4200|
|Day's range||3,532.00 - 3,646.30|
|52-week range||2,114.00 - 6,896.00|
|Beta (3Y monthly)||1.96|
|PE ratio (TTM)||49.66|
|Forward dividend & yield||N/A (N/A)|
|1y target est||4,263.19|
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Online fashion retailer ASOS has seen pre-tax profits plunge by 87% after a "disappointing" first half. Sales growth in the UK was 16% and the EU 10%, which was not as good as hoped, due to weakness in German and French markets. Chief executive Nick Beighton said the company was "capable of a lot more".
ASOS, whose current offers feature one-shoulder mini dresses for 25 pounds ($33) and jumpsuits for 40.50 pounds, was one of the first purely online clothing retailers in the UK. Changing consumer habits have led to heavy discounting in the fashion sector as shoppers use the Internet to compare prices. Meanwhile, uncertainty over Britain's exit from the European Union has dampened consumer demand in ASOS's domestic market, which accounts for around one third of sales.
ASOS warned in December that its profits were likely to fall, saying slashing prices had not been successful in significantly increasing sales.
The stock was still well below its 41.86 pounds level before a shock profit warning in mid December. The company, which sells brands ranging from Abercromie and Fitch to Superdry as well as its own collections like its ASOS Design label, is investing heavily in its technology platforms and infrastructure such as warehouses and distribution centres. "ASOS is capable of a lot more," said Chief Executive Officer Nick Beighton in a statement.
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Shares in ASOS have fallen sharply after it reported "challenging" conditions in France and Germany and said sales in the US had been hit by teething problems at a new warehouse. The online fashion retailer said overall revenues in the three months to 28 February - stripping out currency movements - were up by 11% to £658.5m compared to last year, with the UK up 14%. Chief executive Nick Beighton said France and Germany, the retailer's two largest markets "continue to be challenging" while the US performance fell short of plans.
ASOS's new U.S warehouse struggled to cope with demand in its latest quarter, hitting sales there and adding to challenges in France and Germany, the British online fashion retailer said on Tuesday. The news was the latest setback for the one-time market darling following a shock profit warning in December, and sent its shares down as much as 13 percent. Chief Executive Nick Beighton said the company's U.S performance was behind plan because higher-than-expected demand at its new facility in Atlanta caused a significant despatch backlog, which had now been cleared.
Asos on Tuesday admitted it had got off to a faltering start in its efforts to crack America, as it struggled to meet demand across the pond. AIM-listed Asos, which sells its own clothing brand as well as labels such as Barbour and Fred Perry, opened its first US warehouse in Atlanta last month to give customers more choice. Asos chief executive Nick Beighton said demand from shoppers after the opening was at levels he had not seen for nine years and far exceeded expectations.
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