BOO.L - boohoo.com plc

LSE - LSE Delayed price. Currency in GBp
202.00
+2.20 (+1.10%)
As of 12:11PM BST. Market open.
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Previous close199.80
Open199.80
Bid201.90 x 2329200
Ask202.10 x 6899000
Day's range196.00 - 202.80
52-week range139.85 - 268.00
Volume2,723,310
Avg. volume11,463,640
Market cap2.322B
Beta1.23
PE ratio (TTM)74.81
EPS (TTM)2.70
Earnings dateN/A
Forward dividend & yieldN/A (N/A)
Ex-dividend dateN/A
1y target est251.36
  • Can Boohoo.com justify a higher share price?
    Fool.co.ukyesterday

    Can Boohoo.com justify a higher share price?

    Boohoo.com plc (LON: BOO): Its share price is high but can it continue to climb or is a fashion retail rival a stronger bet?

  • Why the Boohoo share price could crush the FTSE 100
    Fool.co.uk12 days ago

    Why the Boohoo share price could crush the FTSE 100

    The growth prospects for Boohoo.com plc (LON: BOO) appear to be more positive than those of the FTSE 100 (INDEXFTSE: UKX).

  • 3 reasons why the Boohoo share price could keep rising
    Fool.co.uk13 days ago

    3 reasons why the Boohoo share price could keep rising

    The latest figures from Boohoo.com plc (LON:BOO) show that the group's impressive growth is continuing.

  • Is the Boohoo share price the bargain of 2018?
    Fool.co.uk14 days ago

    Is the Boohoo share price the bargain of 2018?

    Boohoo.com plc (LON: BOO) looks to be getting ready for a sudden move higher.

  • Why I believe the Boohoo share price could double in the next decade
    Fool.co.uk27 days ago

    Why I believe the Boohoo share price could double in the next decade

    If you're looking for stocks with doubling potential, Boohoo.com plc (LON: BOO) could be one. But it carries big risk.

  • Why I believe Boohoo’s share price can keep rising
    Fool.co.uklast month

    Why I believe Boohoo’s share price can keep rising

    Boohoo.com plc (LON: BOO) shares are trending up again. Edward Sheldon believes there are more gains to come.

  • Reuters - UK Focus2 months ago

    Online fashion retailer Boohoo's sales almost double

    British online fast-fashion retailer Boohoo beat forecasts with a 40 percent jump in annual profit and an almost doubling of revenue as its mainly younger customers snapped up its budget-friendly designs. Its robust performance and that of bigger online peer ASOS highlights how the Internet is reshaping the British retail landscape and the clothing sector in particular. Founded in Manchester, northern England, in 2006, Boohoo has expanded rapidly, purchasing the PrettyLittleThing and Nasty Gal brands at the beginning of last year.

  • Reuters - UK Focus2 months ago

    UK's Boohoo beats forecasts with 40 pct jump in profit

    British online fashion retailer Boohoo on Wednesday beat forecasts with a 40 percent rise in 2017-18 profit driven by a jump in revenue on rising e-commerce demand. The firm, which sells own-brand clothing, ...

  • Reuters5 months ago

    Boohoo bucks UK clothing market trend and raises sales guidance again

    Boohoo, which sells clothing, shoes and accessories online to a core market of 16-to-24 year-olds, said on Thursday it expects group sales to grow 90 percent for the year to February 2018 after revenue doubled in the four months to the end of December. This is the third time the company has been able to increase its group sales forecast for the year after an initial forecast in April for a 50 percent rise. It contrasts with the struggles of Marks & Spencer (MKS.L), one of the biggest names on the British high street, which on Thursday reported another fall in quarterly clothing sales.

  • Reuters5 months ago

    Boohoo bucks UK clothing market trend and raises sales guidance again

    Boohoo, which sells clothing, shoes and accessories online to a core market of 16-to-24 year-olds, said on Thursday it expects group sales to grow 90 percent for the year to February 2018 after revenue doubled in the four months to the end of December. This is the third time the company has been able to increase its group sales forecast for the year after an initial forecast in April for a 50 percent rise. It contrasts with the struggles of Marks & Spencer, one of the biggest names on the British high street, which on Thursday reported another fall in quarterly clothing sales.

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