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WH Smith PLC (SMWH.L)

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1,755.00+15.00 (+0.86%)
At close: 4:45PM BST
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Previous close1,740.00
Open1,731.00
Bid1,577.00 x 0
Ask1,850.00 x 0
Day's range1,729.00 - 1,760.00
52-week range396.35 - 2,064.00
Volume234,949
Avg. volume535,633
Market cap2.297B
Beta (5Y monthly)1.81
PE ratio (TTM)N/A
EPS (TTM)-248.80
Earnings date28 Apr 2021
Forward dividend & yieldN/A (N/A)
Ex-dividend date09 Jan 2020
1y target est2,135.00
  • At UK£17.48, Is It Time To Put WH Smith PLC (LON:SMWH) On Your Watch List?
    Simply Wall St.

    At UK£17.48, Is It Time To Put WH Smith PLC (LON:SMWH) On Your Watch List?

    WH Smith PLC ( LON:SMWH ), is not the largest company out there, but it saw significant share price movement during...

  • 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.

  • WH Smith boss eyes Dixons Carphone’s airport stores in travel recovery bet
    The Telegraph

    WH Smith boss eyes Dixons Carphone’s airport stores in travel recovery bet

    WH Smith is sizing up Dixons Carphone’s stores in airports following the electrical retailer’s retreat from lockdown travel hubs. Carl Cowling, WH Smith’s chief executive, said its rival’s exit was “another opportunity for us” as it rolls out its own gadget chain, InMotion. Mr Cowling added that WH Smith “was already talking to landlords to bring InMotion to more stores” and that the brand would work well at airports. it already has a branch at Leeds Bradford Airport. WH Smith last week announced it would borrow £325m to open a further 100 stores at airports and train stations in a bet on the recovery of commuting and international travel. Mr Cowling said: “We’re really confident about the future of our travel business.”