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Halfords Group plc (HLFDY)

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    Peter
    Underrated company. Good long term investment. Statistics and financials look good. I am a buyer at 156
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    Bojan
    What's behind this price jump post-crash rally past 170%? Simple, a lot of institutional funds investing in the stock previous months here is the list https://fintel.io/so/uk/hfd
    HFD Institutional Ownership - HALFORDS GROUP PLC Stock
    fintel.io
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    Keith
    Uk centric stable brand which will survive I am adding all the time and see 25% or more over 12 months , need to forget the 350% already since March 20.
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    J.
    Oddly quiet on here for such a gem. Had a good run, but will be a big winner this summer. Futures bright.
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    JohnC
    The history of the Cycle Republic brand at Halfords looks shameful, especially at a time where bikes are selling really well across the rest of the industry:
    Preliminary 2020 results show a £32.1m loss for net non underlying items, the majority of which related to the exit of Cycle Republic.

    Halfords originally closed Bikehut and Cycle Republic stores in 2009 at a cost of £1.2m as it said that they did not deliver sufficient returns on their investment and then Halfords revived the Cycle Republic chain 5 years later.

    In 2016 they had 10 stores, in 2017 they had 15 stores and in 2018 they had 20 Cycle Republic stores.
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    J.
    Should see a run up to earnings through May, re-opening play as the UK holidays at home. Will be a huge summer for UK holidaying, which Halfords feeds directly off.
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    Yahoo Finance Insights
    HFD.L reached a 52 Week low at $259.00
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    Yahoo Finance Insights
    HFD.L reached a 52 Week low at $271.80
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    BenDevUK
    UkGov to announce a £2B scheme to get more people walking and cycling to work. Hopefully there is a queue outside most Halfords!
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    Jörg
    Is there any reason for the drop since Juli, 5th? I don't find any news explaining the drop.
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    JohnC
    There is a Motley Fool scare story about Halfords moving from IAS17 to IFRS16, which is very, very misleading.
    If Halfords recognises a £450m operating lease liability on the balance sheet on their upcoming annaul accounts it will also recognise a similar ~£450m asset on the balance sheet for future lease benefits.
    It will more or less balance out, other than small shifts in fair value of the lease benefit.
    The gradual adoptation of new IFRS by all listed businesses is a real good thing.

    E.g. If you agreed the rent on your house for the next 1,000 years, you wouldn't recognise the liability of paying 1,000 years of rent without recognising the asset of having somewhere to live for the next 1,000 years.

    https://www.fool.co.uk/investing/2019/10/01/a-share-price-warning-for-uk-retail-stocks/
    UK retailers will be reporting increasing debts due to a new accounting standard affecting how they account for leases.
    UK retailers will be reporting increasing debts due to a new accounting standard affecting how they account for leases.
    www.fool.co.uk
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    Motasim
    $ZNOG SHARES CHEAP, NEWS DUE, COULD BE OIL, PR ANYTIME $ZNOG