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Dixons Carphone plc (DC.L)

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133.60-2.00 (-1.47%)
At close: 4:45PM BST
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Previous close135.60
Open138.90
Bid134.30 x 0
Ask134.40 x 0
Day's range133.60 - 138.90
52-week range62.01 - 147.50
Volume1,379,522
Avg. volume4,183,163
Market cap1.558B
Beta (5Y monthly)1.60
PE ratio (TTM)N/A
EPS (TTM)-6.50
Earnings date30 Jun 2021
Forward dividend & yieldN/A (N/A)
Ex-dividend date24 Dec 2019
1y target est178.64
  • Dixons Carphone to become Currys in major rebrand across stores and online
    PA Media: Money

    Dixons Carphone to become Currys in major rebrand across stores and online

    The group said Currys PC World, Carphone Warehouse, Team Knowhow and Dixons Carphone will all become Currys by October.

  • Dixons, PC World and Carphone Warehouse to disappear in Currys rebrand
    The Telegraph

    Dixons, PC World and Carphone Warehouse to disappear in Currys rebrand

    Shops bearing the Dixons, PC World and Carphone Warehouse names are set to disappear from the high street this year as Dixons Carphone rebrands the entire business as Currys. The electricals retailer said the Currys PC World, Carphone Warehouse, Team Knowhow and Dixons Carphone stores in the UK and Ireland will be renamed by October. It will mark the end of PC World's three decades on the high street after it was founded in 1991 by entrepreneur Jan Murray who sold it three years later to Dixons. The rebrand comes after a major upheaval of the company's store estate amid a shift to online shopping. Last year it shut all of its 531 Carphone Warehouse stores, affecting 2,900 jobs, as people hold on to handsets for longer and buy directly from manufacturers. The business decided to shut all of its airport shops last month after a scheme allowing VAT-free shopping for overseas tourists was scrapped and the pandemic continues to restrict international travel. Currys said the rebrand is part of a £190m investment which will include a new website and a repair service. It will also launch its own mobile phone bundle later this year.

  • WH Smith eyes airport stores for gadget chain after Dixon Carphone exit
    Yahoo Finance UK

    WH Smith eyes airport stores for gadget chain after Dixon Carphone exit

    Dixon's said it made the 'difficult decision' to close 35 travel stores as it became evident that a steady rebound in passenger numbers was unlikely to offset the loss of duty-free shopping.