SPD.L - Sports Direct International plc

LSE - LSE Delayed price. Currency in GBp
470.00
-2.00 (-0.42%)
At close: 5:09PM GMT
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Previous close470.00
Open472.00
Bid0.00 x 0
Ask0.00 x 0
Day's range462.80 - 486.00
52-week range166.60 - 486.00
Volume2,977,594
Avg. volume2,103,670
Market cap2.452B
Beta (5Y monthly)N/A
PE ratio (TTM)21.86
EPS (TTM)N/A
Earnings date16 Dec 2019
Forward dividend & yieldN/A (N/A)
Ex-dividend dateN/A
1y target est339.00
  • Sports Direct's Mike Ashley 'deeply apologetic' for coronavirus blunder
    Reuters

    Sports Direct's Mike Ashley 'deeply apologetic' for coronavirus blunder

    The billionaire boss of British retailer Sports Direct said he was "deeply apologetic" over the way his company handled the coronavirus emergency and wants to make amends by offering resources to the National Health Service (NHS). After Britain announced on Monday it was going on lockdown the following day requiring all non-essential shops to close, Sports Direct, part of Frasers Group, said its stores should stay open, arguing that sports equipment was essential. In an open letter published on Friday, Mike Ashley, the firm's founder and CEO, expressed regret.

  • A Rising Share Price Has Us Looking Closely At Sports Direct International plc's (LON:SPD) P/E Ratio
    Simply Wall St.

    A Rising Share Price Has Us Looking Closely At Sports Direct International plc's (LON:SPD) P/E Ratio

    It's really great to see that even after a strong run, Sports Direct International (LON:SPD) shares have been powering...

  • What to Watch: UK economy stutters, Sports Direct boost, and Cineworld deal
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    What to Watch: UK economy stutters, Sports Direct boost, and Cineworld deal

    A daily overview of the top business, market and economic stories you should be watching today in the UK and abroad.

  • Jeremy Corbyn slams 'UK's five worst employers'
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    Jeremy Corbyn slams 'UK's five worst employers'

    Jeremy Corbyn has named the five companies he considers to be the UK’s ‘worst employers’ while launching the Labour party’s manifesto on work.

  • Taking A Look At Sports Direct International plc's (LON:SPD) ROE
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    Taking A Look At Sports Direct International plc's (LON:SPD) ROE

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  • Reuters - UK Focus

    UPDATE 1-Britain's Sports Direct to change name to Frasers Group

    Britain's Sports Direct International, the sporting goods retailer founded and controlled by Mike Ashley, is to rebrand as Frasers Group, it said on Monday. The group purchased the House of Fraser department store chain out of administration for 90 million pounds ($115 million) in August last year - a decision Ashley said in July may have been a mistake. Sports Direct was founded by Ashley as a single store in Maidenhead, southern England, in 1982.

  • Reuters

    Sports Direct to change name to Frasers Group

    Britain's Sports Direct International , the sporting goods retailer founded and controlled by Mike Ashley, is to rebrand as Frasers Group, it said on Monday. The group purchased the House of Fraser department store chain out of administration for 90 million pounds ($115 million) in August last year - a decision Ashley said in July may have been a mistake. Sports Direct was founded by Ashley as a single store in Maidenhead, southern England, in 1982.

  • Sports Direct International share price hits a one-year high
    Stockopedia

    Sports Direct International share price hits a one-year high

    Shares in Sports Direct International (LON:SPD) are currently trading close to a 52 week high, with the share price up by around 2.73% to 336.4p over the past8230;

  • Reuters - UK Focus

    UPDATE 3-British election campaign kicks off on no-Brexit day

    On the day Britain was supposed to have left the European Union, voters instead faced the start of an election campaign, with opposition Labour leader Jeremy Corbyn pledging to overthrow a "rigged system" he said was run by billionaires and tax dodgers. After failing to deliver Brexit by the Oct. 31 deadline, Prime Minister Boris Johnson called the Dec. 12 election to break what he cast as a political paralysis that had thwarted Britain's departure and undermined confidence in the economy.

  • Reuters - UK Focus

    UPDATE 1-Sports Direct picks RSM UK Group as auditor

    Mike Ashley's retail group Sports Direct International said on Wednesday it had appointed RSM UK Group as its auditors, after Grant Thornton abruptly quit earlier this year. The company had said in August that Grant Thornton, the group's auditor since 2007, would not seek reappointment at Sport Direct's annual shareholders' meeting following a review of its client portfolio. The British sporting goods retailer had said discussions with other members of the "Big Four" accounting firms had thrown up barriers, including potential conflicts of interest and in the case of PwC a reluctance to engage with Sports Direct.

  • Sports Direct picks RSM UK Group as auditor
    Reuters

    Sports Direct picks RSM UK Group as auditor

    The company had said in August that Grant Thornton, the group's auditor since 2007, would not seek reappointment at Sport Direct's annual shareholders' meeting following a review of its client portfolio. The British sporting goods retailer had said discussions with other members of the "Big Four" accounting firms had thrown up barriers, including potential conflicts of interest and in the case of PwC a reluctance to engage with Sports Direct. Sports Direct's results were delayed in July after it received an 11th-hour 674 million euro tax bill from Belgian authorities that had to be assessed by Grant Thornton before it could sign off on the numbers.

  • Sports Direct drops bid for Goals Soccer after 'limited' support from Goals' board
    Reuters

    Sports Direct drops bid for Goals Soccer after 'limited' support from Goals' board

    Sports Direct, also Goals' largest shareholder, made a 5-pence-a share offer for the five-a-side football pitch operator last month, which had then valued the company's equity at about £3.8 million. The bid came just a few weeks after Goals said it will delist its shares as an investigation into accounting issues uncovered improper behaviour going back almost a decade. "Sports Direct had only limited and fitful access and cooperation from the board of Goals to support Sports Direct's possible offer," the sportswear retailer said late on Monday.

  • Two measures that show Sports Direct's positive momentum (LON:SPD)
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    Two measures that show Sports Direct's positive momentum (LON:SPD)

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  • Reuters - UK Focus

    Britain's John Lewis withholds service payments to landlords

    British department stores group John Lewis has told shopping centre landlords it will withhold 20% of this quarter's service charge as it seeks to cut costs, it said on Friday. John Lewis is part of the employee-owned John Lewis Partnership, which said on Tuesday it was seeking to save 100 million pounds ($123 million) through a major management restructuring. John Lewis said these charges had risen regularly and landlords had not cooperated in trying to reduce costs.

  • Goals Soccer: Impact of tax misdeclaration could be a lot worse
    Yahoo Finance UK

    Goals Soccer: Impact of tax misdeclaration could be a lot worse

    The under-declaration of tax at the five-a-side operator could be 'materially higher' than the £12m it previously announced.

  • Sports Direct considers £3.6m bid for stricken five-a-side operator
    Yahoo Finance UK

    Sports Direct considers £3.6m bid for stricken five-a-side operator

    Goals Soccer Centres has been struggling with an accounting scandal discovered earlier this year and put itself up for sale last month.

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