SDRY.L - Superdry Plc

LSE - LSE Delayed price. Currency in GBp
405.40
-8.60 (-2.08%)
At close: 4:47PM GMT
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Previous close414.00
Open420.00
Bid418.20 x 0
Ask408.60 x 0
Day's range402.40 - 426.80
52-week range356.60 - 575.50
Volume277,252
Avg. volume201,670
Market cap332.445M
Beta (5Y monthly)1.38
PE ratio (TTM)N/A
EPS (TTM)-152.70
Earnings date12 Dec 2019
Forward dividend & yield0.04 (1.05%)
Ex-dividend date19 Dec 2019
1y target est578.89
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  • Superdry stock crashes as poor Christmas could wipe out profit
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    Superdry stock crashes as poor Christmas could wipe out profit

    Sales fell 15.8% over Christmas and Superdry said it could make no profit this year as a result.

  • Bloomberg

    Superdry Warns on Profit After U.K. Holiday Shopping Slump

    (Bloomberg) -- Want the lowdown on European markets? In your inbox before the open, every day. Sign up here.U.K. retailers’ holiday tale of woes continued as apparel chain Superdry Plc said lower-than-expected sales for the period could wipe out its annual profit, sending its shares reeling.Another retailer, JD Sports Fashion Plc, said Friday its full-year earnings will be in the upper range of previous guidance, but that was largely because of stronger performance outside the U.K.The updates follow downbeat reports from the likes of Marks & Spencer Group Plc and John Lewis Partnership Plc, which struggled over the holidays as shoppers shift from bricks-and-mortar stores to e-commerce and discounters take advantage of consumer jitters linked to the country’s recent political turmoil.The British Retail Consortium, a trade group, said earlier this week that 2019 was the worst year for U.K. retail on record.After the latest in a series of lower forecasts, Superdry’s shares fell as much as 24% in London, having lost more than four-fifths of their value in the past two years. JD Sports was little changed.Joules Group Plc, a small clothing designer that warned of disappointing results, plummeted 34%. B&M European Value Retail SA fell as much as 7.5% after the discount retailer reported sales growth that disappointed analysts.Founder ReturnsSuperdry said it had lower-than-anticipated retail sales since Black Friday and now expects adjusted pretax profit of zero to 10 million pounds ($13 million). The company, known for its faux-Japanese branding, said the period was marked by unprecedented levels of promotional activity and subdued consumer demand immediately after Christmas. Founder Julian Dunkerton returned last year to lead the chain after leading a campaign against the previous management team.JD said pretax profit for the year will be in the upper quartile of market expectations, which range from 403 million to 433 million pounds after adjustments for a transition to new accounting standards.Despite the challenges in the U.K. market, JD said sales rose on a like-for-like basis particularly overseas following an expansion drive that included the acquisition of Finish Line Inc. in the U.S. in 2018. The company, which relied on the U.K. for about four-fifths of its revenue five years ago, now gets about 55% of sales from abroad, especially from the U.S. and continental Europe.To contact the reporter on this story: Eric Pfanner in London at epfanner1@bloomberg.netTo contact the editors responsible for this story: Eric Pfanner at epfanner1@bloomberg.net, Thomas MulierFor more articles like this, please visit us at bloomberg.com©2020 Bloomberg L.P.

  • Reuters - UK Focus

    UPDATE 1-Britain's Superdry sees profit wiped out as returning founder resets business

    British fashion retailer Superdry's first half profit has been all but wiped out as its new leadership addresses what it regards as the missteps of the previous management with a renewed focus on full price sales. The group, now led by co-founder and CEO Julian Dunkerton following a boardroom coup in April, cautioned on Thursday that its turnaround would take two to three years. Echoing comments from rival Ted Baker, which warned on profit on Tuesday, Superdry noted considerable risk over the peak trading period, with "highly promotional and competitive" market conditions.

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  • Britain's Superdry sees profit wiped out as returning founder resets business
    Reuters

    Britain's Superdry sees profit wiped out as returning founder resets business

    British fashion retailer Superdry's first half profit has been all but wiped out as its new leadership addresses what it regards as the missteps of the previous management with a renewed focus on full price sales. The group, now led by co-founder and CEO Julian Dunkerton following a boardroom coup in April, cautioned on Thursday that its turnaround would take two to three years. Echoing comments from rival Ted Baker , which warned on profit on Tuesday, Superdry noted considerable risk over the peak trading period, with "highly promotional and competitive" market conditions.

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  • Reuters - UK Focus

    UPDATE 1-Saga names former Superdry boss Euan Sutherland as CEO

    Over-50s tourism and insurance company Saga Plc on Wednesday tapped former Superdry Plc top boss Euan Sutherland as its chief executive officer, replacing Lance Batchelor whose retirement was announced in June. Sutherland's appointment is just a few months after activist investor Elliott Management disclosed a 5.14% stake in the company, as it tries to shake off its image as only serving "old people" and revamp its insurance business.

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  • Reuters - UK Focus

    UPDATE 2-Superdry entrusts Dunkerton with turning around fashion firm he founded

    Superdry put its faith in Julian Dunkerton to get the British fashion group back on track on Monday, confirming him as chief executive until 2021, after the co-founder returned in a boardroom coup earlier this year. Dunkerton, Superdry's biggest shareholder with an 18.5% stake, rejoined its board in April after narrowly winning a shareholder vote, prompting the existing directors, including CEO Euan Sutherland, to resign en masse. Shares in Superdry, which in July reported a pretax loss of 85.4 million pounds for the 2018-19 year, were up 0.6% at 436.1 pence at 1031 GMT, although the group's stock price is still down 57% over the last year.

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  • Superdry appoints Nick Gresham as permanent finance chief
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    Superdry appoints Nick Gresham as permanent finance chief

    Retail industry veteran Gresham was appointed as interim chief financial officer in May, after the return of founder Julian Dunkerton to the company sparked the resignation of most of its board and also the former CFO. In April, Dunkerton was voted back on the board by a slim margin and hours later was named interim chief executive officer with the backing of shareholders looking for a revival of the fashion group's fortunes. "Nick has made a great impact since joining Superdry in an interim capacity," Chairman Peter Williams said on Tuesday, adding that, Gresham was playing a crucial role to ensure that the business is on a stable financial footing.

  • Superdry sees long road to recovery, denies new boardroom rift
    Reuters

    Superdry sees long road to recovery, denies new boardroom rift

    The founder of Superdry warned the revival of the struggling British fashion group would be a long haul after a 130 million pound ($161 million) charge for poorly performing stores pushed it into an annual loss, kicking its shares down. Julian Dunkerton, the group's biggest shareholder with an 18.4% stake, won an acrimonious battle to rejoin the board in April, prompting the existing directors, including chief executive Euan Sutherland, to resign en masse. Dunkerton and new chairman Peter Williams on Wednesday dismissed a newspaper report of a rift between them over his tenure, saying they were working well together.

  • Reuters - UK Focus

    UPDATE 3-Superdry sees long road to recovery, denies new boardroom rift

    The founder of Superdry warned the revival of the struggling British fashion group would be a long haul after a 130 million pound ($161 million) charge for poorly performing stores pushed it into an annual loss, kicking its shares down. Julian Dunkerton, the group's biggest shareholder with an 18.4% stake, won an acrimonious battle to rejoin the board in April, prompting the existing directors, including chief executive Euan Sutherland, to resign en masse. Dunkerton and new chairman Peter Williams on Wednesday dismissed a newspaper report of a rift between them over his tenure, saying they were working well together.

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