|Bid||18.50 x 0|
|Ask||19.45 x 0|
|Day's range||18.25 - 19.09|
|52-week range||16.50 - 26.80|
|Beta (5Y monthly)||0.27|
|PE ratio (TTM)||N/A|
|Earnings date||25 Mar 2020|
|Forward dividend & yield||N/A (N/A)|
|Ex-dividend date||18 Oct 2018|
|1y target est||40.00|
Suit and formal clothing specialist Moss Bros expects an annual pretax loss, while N Brown said its adjusted profit would be below estimates, sending the plus-sized fashion retailer shares plunging by 25%. Many retailers, including some of the biggest names such as department store owner John Lewis Partnership, have struggled to get British shoppers to part with their cash during a year of political instability and worries over Brexit. Hopes had been lifted ahead of their peak selling season by Prime Minister Boris Johnson's decisive election victory, but there was no significant bounce back over the Christmas period.
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An activist fund manager which pressed for a break-up of French Connection has turned its attention to another fashion chain by snapping up a 10% stake in Moss Bros, the suit-hire specialist. Sky News has learnt that Gatemore Capital Management has become one of the retailer's biggest shareholders in recent days. Its purchase of the stake is expected to be disclosed to the London Stock Exchange on Monday.
The stake is expected to be disclosed to the London Stock Exchange on Monday, the report said. In March Moss Bros reported its first annual adjusted pretax loss since 2011, hit by weak demand and the costs of Britain's planned exit from the European Union. Moss Bros, which dates back to 1851, had reported an adjusted pretax loss of 0.4 million pounds, compared with a 6.7 million pound pretax profit the previous year.
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Menswear retailer Moss Bros has blamed a series of problems including unseasonable weather and last summer's World Cup for its first annual loss in eight years. The company, which has almost 130 UK stores, said the "volatile" trading environment around Brexit, stock shortages, discounting and a series of costs combined to force it into the red in the year to 26 January. Online sales were almost 20% higher.
Britain's retail sector, which has been under mounting strain for years, saw a string of store groups go out of business or announce shop closures in 2018. Last week, fashion retailer Ted Baker posted its first drop in annual profit since 2008, highlighting tough conditions on Britain's high streets, while online retailer ASOS reported a dip in its second-quarter sales as growth slowed. Moss Bros on Tuesday also scrapped its final dividend payment and cut its total dividend for the year to 1.5 pence per share from 4 pence a year earlier.
British suit retailer Moss Bros Group on Tuesday reported its first annual adjusted loss before tax since 2011 and abandoned its final dividend payout as it grappled with weak consumer demand and the fallout of Britain's planned exit from the European Union. Moss Bros, which dates back to 1851, reported an adjusted loss before tax of 0.4 million pounds compared to a profit before tax of 6.7 million pounds last year. Citing a volatile trading environment, the company said it would not make its final dividend payment, reducing its total dividend for the year to 1.5 pence per share from 4 pence a year earlier.