D2T.BE - DEBENHAMS PLC LS-,0001

Berlin - Berlin Delayed price. Currency in EUR
0.529
-0.009 (-1.673%)
As of 8:08AM CEST. Market open.
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Open0.529
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Day's range0.529 - 0.529
52-week range0.432 - 0.684
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  • Reuters6 days ago

    UK retailer N Brown's revenue rises as sales grow in key brands

    (Reuters) - British clothing retailer N Brown Group Plc (BWNG.L) reported a 5.6 percent rise in half-year revenue on strong growth in plus-sized apparel sales. The company also said it would partner with ...

  • Ashley Pulls Plug on Almost Half of Debenhams Concessions
    Bloomberg13 days ago

    Ashley Pulls Plug on Almost Half of Debenhams Concessions

    Sportswear billionaire Mike Ashley has closed almost half of Sports Direct International Plc’s concessions in the stores of struggling U.K. department store operator Debenhams Plc as he pursues a more ...

  • Reuters - UK Focus2 months ago

    Return to sales growth sends Next shares soaring

    Britain's most successful clothing retailer this century, in terms of profits, has faltered over the last two years due to a broader slowdown in spending on fashion and footwear that it first identified in 2015. “I’m marginally less pessimistic than I was three months ago and it’s encouraging to see some of the improvements coming through on Directory," Chief Executive Simon Wolfson told Reuters, referring to the group's online business. Wolfson said that while he expected price increases to moderate next year, it was much harder to predict when consumers would start spending more on clothes.

  • Reuters - UK Focus3 months ago

    BUZZ-Game Digital: Billionaire Mike Ashley buys in

    ** Computer gaming group Game Digital up c15 pct after Sports Direct, the retailer controlled by billionaire Mike Ashley, buys a 25.75 pct stake ** Sports Direct owns stakes in retailers including Debenhams ...

  • Reuters - UK Focus3 months ago

    Mike Ashley's Sports Direct buys 26 pct of Game Digital

    Britain's Sports Direct, the retailer controlled by billionaire Mike Ashley, has bought a 25.75 percent stake in Game Digital, the computer gaming group said on Thursday. Ashley's Sports Direct owns stakes ...

  • Reuters - UK Focus4 months ago

    Cash-strapped Britons still buying electricals, says Dixons Carphone

    Dixons Carphone (Frankfurt: CWB.F - news) , Britain's largest electricals retailer, said on Wednesday trading in its home market was holding up, confounding fears that a squeeze in consumers' spending power would dent demand for televisions and washing machines. British consumers have been hit by a sharp rise in inflation, caused in large part by the fall in the value of the pound since Britain's vote to leave the European Union, and by a slowdown in wages growth.

  • Reuters - UK Focus4 months ago

    FTSE stalls, Carpetright and Debenhams put UK consumer in spotlight

    Britain's FTSE inched lower on Tuesday, weighed down by losses among pharma stocks, while updates from Carpetright and Debenhams gave conflicting pictures of the health of British consumers as inflationary ...

  • Carpetright and Debenhams hit by tough trading
    Sky News4 months ago

    Carpetright and Debenhams hit by tough trading

    Retailers Carpetright and Debenhams (Frankfurt: D2T.F - news) have become the latest to fall victim to the tough consumer environment as earnings and sales struggled. Carpetright (Other OTC: CGHXF - news) reported a 93% fall in pre-tax profits to £900,000 for the year to 29 April, largely because of a one-off charge related to its loss-making stores. Carpetright chief executive Wilf Walsh said the group faced "a challenging consumer environment and competitive landscape" but was confident it could grow market share.

  • Reuters - UK Focus4 months ago

    Plunge in UK confidence hits Debenhams, adds to slowdown fears

    British consumer confidence plunged during the political crisis sparked by Prime Minister Theresa May's election flop, hitting the sales of general retailers such as Debenhams just as shoppers' spending power is undermined by the pound's fall. Two major surveys showed confidence among British consumers and retailers had fallen back to levels last seen in the wake of the shock 2016 Brexit vote which thrust Britain's $2.5 trillion economy onto an uncertain path. Polling firm YouGov (LSE: YOU.L - news) said it expected economic growth to fall sharply over the coming months while the Confederation of British Industry said retailers were downbeat about July.

  • Reuters - UK Focus4 months ago

    In Amazon's shadow, hedge funds take aim at Brexit-hit retailers

    Hedge funds have significantly stepped up bets against Britain's traditional high street retailers, as the sector struggles with online competition, worries about a stretched consumer and weakening sales and profits. The risks were on full display on Tuesday when shares in Debenhams slid more than 3 percent to an eight-year low following a weak trading update and a warning on UK sales.

  • Reuters - UK Focus4 months ago

    Debenhams cautions UK trading more volatile as sales slide

    Debenhams (Frankfurt: D2T.F - news) , Britain's second-biggest department store, said trading had become more volatile in the second half of the year and warned its 2017 profit could slip towards the lower end of expectations if conditions did not improve. The retailer, in the middle of a turnaround programme led by new Chief Executive Sergio Bucher, reported a 0.9 percent fall in group like-for-like sales in the 15 weeks to June 17, its fiscal third quarter. It said it anticipated that 2017 profit before tax would be within the range of market expectations.

  • 200 jobs go but 1,700 saved in womenswear brands takeover
    Sky News5 months ago

    200 jobs go but 1,700 saved in womenswear brands takeover

    About 200 jobs will be lost but 1,700 more salvaged in a multimillion pound rescue deal for the struggling owner of womenswear brands, including Jacques Vert. Sky News understands that approximately 200 of the 1,900 employees of Style Group Brands will leave as part of a pre-pack administration to be announced on Saturday (Shenzhen: 002291.SZ - news) . Sources said that a group of investors - revealed by Sky News earlier this week - would close Style Group Brands' standalone stores as part of their transformation plan for the business.

  • Sports Direct raises its bet on Debenhams
    Business Insider5 months ago

    Sports Direct raises its bet on Debenhams

    Discount sports retailer Sports Direct raised its bet on the stock of struggling department store Debenhams. Filings on Monday show that Sports Direct now has an indirect 17.08% stake in the retailer through financial instruments. As Business Insider pointed out back in March, Sports Direct's interest in Debenhams is not a straight forward one.

  • Cyber attack hits 26,000 Debenhams Flowers customers
    Sky News5 months ago

    Cyber attack hits 26,000 Debenhams Flowers customers

    A cyber attack has compromised the personal data of up to 26,000 Debenhams (Frankfurt: D2T.F - news) customers. The breach, which is understood to have been malware-based, targeted the online portal for the retailer's florist arm, Debenhams Flowers. Debenhams has stressed that the site is operated by Ecomnova, a third-party supplier, and that customers of other services have not been affected.

  • Reuters - UK Focus5 months ago

    Product gaps compound Next's problems in tough UK market

    British fashion chain Next (EUREX: NXTJ.EX - news) lowered its annual profit forecast on Thursday, counting the cost of tough trading conditions and self-inflicted problems with its product ranges. Next (Frankfurt: 779551 - news) , Britain's most successful clothing chain in recent years, is one of a number of companies to feel the impact of a squeeze on consumer spending as inflation bites. Next also said that "omissions" in some of its product ranges would not be fully rectified until the launch of its Autumn season in September, a rare misstep for a retailer that has been in tune with the British mid-market since it was founded in the 1980s.

  • Reuters - UK Focus5 months ago

    BUZZ-UK retailers: the allure of external CEOs

    ** UK retailers' stocks tend to perform well 6-30 months after the arrival of an external CEO, Morgan Stanley writes, singling out M&S for significant outperformance potential following management rejig ...

  • Debenhams fashions 'social shopping' future but investors seem unimpressed
    Sky News6 months ago

    Debenhams fashions 'social shopping' future but investors seem unimpressed

    What is Debenhams (Frankfurt: D2T.F - news) for? For some time now, financial journalists have routinely inserted the adjective 'ailing' into their copy on Debenhams, for several reasons. Debs was also the poster child, for a while, for everything seen as wrong with private equity.

  • Reuters - UK Focus6 months ago

    UK's Debenhams could close stores in recovery plan

    Debenhams (Frankfurt: D2T.F - news) , Britain's second-biggest department store operator, said on Thursday it would return to growth by closing a few stores, revamping the rest and improving its online service, but concerns about the cost sent its shares lower. After a strategic review by new Chief Executive Sergio Bucher, a former Amazon and Inditex (Amsterdam: IT6.AS - news) executive, the group also said it would seek efficiencies by simplifying the business. Debenhams, which posted a 6.4 percent fall in first-half profit, said up to 10 of its 176 UK stores would be reviewed for closure in the next five years, while consultation had begun on closing one central distribution centre and about 10 regional warehouses.

  • Debenhams to consider closing up to 10 stores
    Sky News6 months ago

    Debenhams to consider closing up to 10 stores

    Debenhams (Frankfurt: D2T.F - news) will consider closing up to 10 of its 176 stores under a review announced by its new chief executive, Sergio Bucher. The company's shares have fallen a third over the last year and it says more investment is required to improve its mobile systems, supply chain and store estate. Debenhams said it hoped many staff could be redeployed.

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