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boohoo.com plc (BOO.L)

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326.50-5.20 (-1.57%)
At close: 5:08PM BST
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Previous close331.70
Open332.00
Bid326.70 x 0
Ask327.10 x 0
Day's range324.70 - 335.30
52-week range197.60 - 420.00
Volume4,359,479
Avg. volume4,782,421
Market cap4.126B
Beta (5Y monthly)1.57
PE ratio (TTM)45.35
EPS (TTM)7.20
Earnings date05 May 2021
Forward dividend & yieldN/A (N/A)
Ex-dividend dateN/A
1y target est249.00
  • The Boohoo share price is gaining in June. Here’s why I’d buy
    Fool.co.uk

    The Boohoo share price is gaining in June. Here’s why I’d buy

    The Boohoo share price has had an erratic year, so far. But the latest trading update convinces me there are years of growth still ahead. The post The Boohoo share price is gaining in June. Here’s why I’d buy appeared first on The Motley Fool UK.

  • Boohoo accused of failing to improve working conditions in its supply chain
    The Guardian

    Boohoo accused of failing to improve working conditions in its supply chain

    Boohoo accused of failing to improve working conditions in its supply chainCo-founder of fashion company survives shareholder attempt to block her re-election over issue Campaign groups said they had found little evidence that Boohoo had changed its purchasing practices to protect workers. Photograph: Bloomberg/Getty

  • Boohoo co-founder's re-election opposed by 12% of investors in AGM vote
    Reuters

    Boohoo co-founder's re-election opposed by 12% of investors in AGM vote

    LONDON (Reuters) -Some 12% of votes cast at Boohoo's annual shareholders' meeting on Friday opposed the re-election to the board of the British online fashion retailers' co-founder and executive director Carol Kane. Ahead of the meeting, investor advisory groups Glass Lewis and Institutional Shareholder Services (ISS) had recommended shareholders vote against her re-election because of concerns over how Boohoo dealt with worker conditions in its supply chain and over executive pay. Boohoo, which sells clothing, shoes, accessories and beauty products targeted at 16- to 40-year-olds, said 11.96% of votes cast at its annual general meeting (AGM) were against the resolution to re-elect Kane, while 88.04% were in favour.