DC.L - Dixons Carphone plc

LSE - LSE Delayed price. Currency in GBp
137.55
+3.35 (+2.50%)
At close: 4:35PM BST
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Previous close134.20
Open134.00
Bid137.95 x 0
Ask138.20 x 0
Day's range133.35 - 138.50
52-week range90.00 - 180.60
Volume2,866,825
Avg. volume2,913,520
Market cap1.599B
Beta (3Y monthly)1.60
PE ratio (TTM)N/A
EPS (TTM)-27.60
Earnings date12 Dec 2019
Forward dividend & yield0.07 (5.03%)
Ex-dividend date2019-09-05
1y target est178.64
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  • Mobile phone sales plunge at Britain's Dixons Carphone
    Reuters

    Mobile phone sales plunge at Britain's Dixons Carphone

    Britain's Dixons Carphone on Thursday reported another big fall in mobile phone sales in its latest quarter, though it maintained its financial guidance for the full 2019-20 year. The group, which trades as Currys, PC World and Carphone Warehouse in the UK, said like-for-like sales in its UK & Ireland mobile phones division fell 10% in the 13 weeks to July 27, its fiscal first quarter. Dixons Carphone has been hurt by a shift in the mobile phone market as customers keep their handsets for longer, choosecheaper SIM-only deals, and turn to more flexible credit-basedoffers.

  • Reuters - UK Focus

    UPDATE 1-Mobile phone sales plunge at Britain's Dixons Carphone

    Britain's Dixons Carphone on Thursday reported another big fall in mobile phone sales in its latest quarter, though it maintained its financial guidance for the full 2019-20 year. The group, which trades as Currys, PC World and Carphone Warehouse in the UK, said like-for-like sales in its UK & Ireland mobile phones division fell 10% in the 13 weeks to July 27, its fiscal first quarter. Dixons Carphone has been hurt by a shift in the mobile phone market as customers keep their handsets for longer, choose cheaper SIM-only deals, and turn to more flexible credit-based offers.

  • Here's Why We're Wary Of Buying Dixons Carphone plc's (LON:DC.) For Its Upcoming Dividend
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  • Such Is Life: How Dixons Carphone (LON:DC.) Shareholders Saw Their Shares Drop 64%
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    Such Is Life: How Dixons Carphone (LON:DC.) Shareholders Saw Their Shares Drop 64%

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  • 'More pain' this year for Carphone Warehouse and Currys PC World
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    'More pain' this year for Carphone Warehouse and Currys PC World

    The company behind Carphone Warehouse and Currys PC World has warned its UK mobile division will remain "significantly loss-making" this year. Shares fell as much as 27% in early deals after Dixons Carphone used the publication of its full-year results to tell investors it would take time for plans to transform the business to deliver value. The annual figures were announced against a backdrop of a half-year loss of £440m - reflecting a £490m writedown in the value of its Carphone Warehouse operations.

  • Loss of market share means 'more pain' for Currys PC World owner
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    Loss of market share means 'more pain' for Currys PC World owner

    The company behind Carphone Warehouse and Currys PC World has warned its UK mobile division will remain "significantly loss-making" this year. Shares fell as much as 27% in early deals after Dixons Carphone used the publication of its full-year results to tell investors it would take time for plans to transform the business to deliver value. The annual figures were announced against a backdrop of a half-year loss of £440m - reflecting a £490m writedown in the value of its Carphone Warehouse operations.

  • Reuters - UK Focus

    UPDATE 3-FTSE 100 firms as oil majors gain, BoE growth target cut feeds stimulus hopes

    London's FTSE 100 rebounded on growing hopes of more central bank stimulus after the Bank of England cut its growth forecast and the U.S. Federal Reserve flagged interest rate cuts, though cruise operator Carnival slid after lowering its profit target. The FTSE 100 index rose 0.3% with BP and Shell both up more than 1% as Middle East tensions drove oil prices higher.

  • London's FTSE 100 gives in to fears over U.S.-Iran tensions
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    London's FTSE 100 gives in to fears over U.S.-Iran tensions

    The FTSE 100 edged 0.2% lower, with losses spread across most sectors, and the FTSE 250 midcap index was down 0.4%. The oil and gas sector was a bright spot, with heavyweights Shell and BP gaining on the back of a jump in crude prices after a report that U.S. President Donald Trump had approved military strikes against Iran then pulled them back. After a solid run during a week in which the U.S. Federal Reserve and the European Central Bank signalled more stimulus if the economy weakens, there seemed to be some profit taking in markets, CMC Markets analyst David Madden said.

  • Reuters - UK Focus

    Oil majors, miners bolster FTSE 100 rebound after Fed signals more rate cuts

    London's FTSE 100 rebounded Thursday on strong gains in oil majors and miners as investors were encouraged by the U.S. Federal Reserve's stance on potential rate cuts, while electronics retailer Dixons Carphone tanked. The FTSE 100 index was up 0.5% and the FTSE midcap index rose 0.4% by 0707 GMT.

  • Dixons Carphone sees UK mobile remaining 'significantly loss-making'
    Sky News

    Dixons Carphone sees UK mobile remaining 'significantly loss-making'

    The company behind Carphone Warehouse and Curry's PC World has warned its UK mobile division will remain 'significantly loss-making' this year. Shares fell 27% at the market open after Dixons Carphone used the publication of its full-year results to tell investors it would take time for its plans to transform the business to deliver value. The annual figures were announced against a backdrop of a half-year loss of £440m - reflecting a £490m writedown in the value of its Carphone Warehouse operations.

  • Reuters - UK Focus

    UPDATE 3-Dixons Carphone profits slump in fast-changing mobile market

    Dixons Carphone plans to accelerate its response to a rapidly changing mobile phone market after reporting a 22% slump in annual profit and warning of another big fall in the current year, hammering its shares. Shares in Britain's biggest seller of electricals and mobile phones, which trades as Currys, PC World and Carphone Warehouse in the UK, opened at a 10-year low on Thursday after it forecast profit for the current year would be nearly a third lower than the market had expected. Dixons Carphone has been damaged by a shift in the mobile phone market as customers keep their handsets for longer, choose cheaper SIM-only deals, and turn to more flexible credit-based offers.

  • Dixons Carphone profit slumps 22% and warns of big fall this year
    Reuters

    Dixons Carphone profit slumps 22% and warns of big fall this year

    Dixons Carphone, Britain's biggest seller of electricals and mobile phones, reported a 22% fall in full-year profit, reflecting a tough mobile phone market, and warned of another big fall in the current year. The group, which trades as Currys, PC World and Carphone Warehouse in the UK, said it made an underlying pretax profit of 298 million pounds in the year to April 27. It said underlying pretax profit was expected to be around 210 million in 2019-20, with growth thereafter as the benefits of its turnaround plan feed through.

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