|Bid||272.40 x 0|
|Ask||272.60 x 0|
|Day's range||271.90 - 281.00|
|52-week range||146.40 - 288.60|
|Beta (3Y monthly)||2.18|
|PE ratio (TTM)||63.30|
|Earnings date||25 Sep 2019|
|Forward dividend & yield||N/A (N/A)|
|1y target est||249.00|
The Boohoo (LON:BOO) share price has risen by 11.0% over the past month and it’s currently trading at 265.9p. For investors considering whether to buy, hold or8230;
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Manchester-based Boohoo has been an online success story with millions of active customer accounts across brands, drawing in more younger consumers who shop on their mobile phones and share fashion tips through social media. The social-media friendly company, which has teamed up with television celebrities and models, said it has 6 million followers on Instagram and 3 million Facebook likes. The online retailer, which raised its full-year revenue forecast earlier this month, said pretax profit rose 83% to 45.2 million pounds for the six months ended Aug. 31.
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Britain's Boohoo raised its full-year revenue forecast on Thursday on strong demand from its young customers for brands like PrettyLittleThing and Nasty Gal, sending the online fashion firm's shares to an all-time high. Shares in Boohoo, founded 14 years ago in Manchester, northern England, rose as much as 17% to an all-time high of 285.3 pence, as it said it expected its full-year revenue to rise between 33% and 38%, ahead of its previous 25% to 30% guidance, which would deliver a corresponding rise in earnings. Online retailers like Boohoo are growing fast, often at the expense of traditional shopping outlets such as Marks and Spencer, whose share price fall has seen the 135-year-old retailer evicted from the blue-chip FTSE 100 index on Wednesday.
British online fashion retailer Boohoo said it was trading ahead of expectations and now expected its full-year revenue to rise between 33% and 38%, ahead of its previous 25% to 30% guidance, which would deliver a corresponding rise in earnings.
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Boohoo said it paid 18.2 million pounds ($22.14 million) in cash for the brands, in line with the details of a bid announced earlier on Tuesday. Boohoo shares were up 6.6% as of 1338 GMT, adding to gains from earlier in the day. Karen Millen had bought parts of Coast's business after the latter went into administration last year, before putting itself up for sale a few weeks ago, joining a growing list of British retailers hit by online competition and Brexit uncertainty.
Internet-based fashion group Boohoo has bought the online businesses of fashion chains Karen Millen and Coast, leaving a question mark over the fate of the two retailers' stores and concessions in Britain. Boohoo said it paid 18.2 million pounds ($22.14 million) in cash for the brands, in line with the details of a bid announced earlier on Tuesday. Boohoo shares were up 6.6% as of 1338 GMT, adding to gains from earlier in the day.