NXT.L - NEXT plc

LSE - LSE Delayed Price. Currency in GBp
5,496.00
-18.00 (-0.33%)
As of 9:31AM BST. Market open.
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Previous Close5,514.00
Open5,514.00
Bid5,494.00 x N/A
Ask5,498.00 x N/A
Day's Range5,476.00 - 5,516.00
52 Week Range3,970.00 - 6,224.00
Volume50,529
Avg. Volume484,862
Market Cap7.079B
Beta (3Y Monthly)1.19
PE Ratio (TTM)12.69
EPS (TTM)433.00
Earnings DateN/A
Forward Dividend & Yield1.65 (2.86%)
Ex-Dividend Date2019-07-04
1y Target Est5,337.47
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    Is NEXT plc's (LON:NXT) P/E Ratio Really That Good?

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  • Estimating The Fair Value Of NEXT plc (LON:NXT)
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  • Amazon Debuts Click-and-Collect Counters in U.K. and Italy
    Bloomberglast month

    Amazon Debuts Click-and-Collect Counters in U.K. and Italy

    Amazon.com Inc. is launching a delivery option that will let customers retrieve parcels from staffed counters at U.K. and Italian retailers, aiming to take advantage of the popularity of click-and-collect services across Europe. The U.S. online retailer has struck a partnership with Next Plc to operate the counters at the apparel chain’s more than 500 outlets across Britain, where customers will be able to pick up a range of Amazon purchases. Amazon said it chose Europe for the launch because of customer demand for convenient click-and-collect locations and the high penetration of online retailing.

  • Reuterslast month

    Amazon partners UK's Next for click & collect service

    Amazon has teamed-up with British clothing chain Next to offer a network of stores where the U.S. online retail giant's UK customers can collect their parcels. Seeking to capitalise on the growing popularity of click & collect services, Amazon is offering delivery to hundreds of Next stores as an option on the tens of millions of items it sells online. In the UK Amazon has over 2,500 automated lockers with partners including supermarket groups Morrisons and the Co-operative as well as Shell petrol stations.

  • Will NEXT plc's (LON:NXT) Earnings Grow In The Next Couple Of Years?
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  • UK retailer Next boosted by warm Easter weather
    Reuters2 months ago

    UK retailer Next boosted by warm Easter weather

    British clothing chain Next on Wednesday said warm weather over the Easter holiday drove a 4.5 percent rise in full-price first-quarter sales, beating its own forecasts of a 3.2 percent rise. Next, which trades from more than 500 stores in Britain and Ireland, about 200 stores in 40 other countries and its Directory online business, said full-price sales from stores fell 3.6 percent in the 13 weeks to April 27, while online sales rose 11.8 percent. "We always expected the first quarter to be good this year because it was hampered a lot by the weather last year, with all those blizzards, and then towards the end we were given a further boost by the very warm Easter," Chief Executive Simon Wolfson told Reuters.

  • Moody's2 months ago

    NEXT Group plc. -- Moody's assigns Baa2 rating to Next Group plc's proposed new notes, outlook stable

    Moody's Investors Service (Moody's) has today assigned a Baa2 long term issuer rating to Next Group plc and its senior unsecured notes, including the proposed GBP250 million issuance announced on 11 April 2019. Concurrently, the rating agency has downgraded the long term issuer rating of Next Group plc's parent, NEXT plc (NEXT), to Baa3 from Baa2 and has withdrawn its Prime-2/P-2 short term rating. Moody's has decided to withdraw the rating for its own business reasons.

  • NEXT plc (LON:NXT): Will The Growth Last?
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    NEXT plc (LON:NXT): Will The Growth Last?

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  • Thomson Reuters StreetEvents2 months ago

    Edited Transcript of NXT.L earnings conference call or presentation 21-Mar-19 8:45am GMT

    Full Year 2018 Next PLC Earnings Presentation

  • Reuters3 months ago

    FTSE 100 at five-and-a-half month high as no-deal Brexit fears hit pound

    The FTSE 100 bounced 0.9 percent, comfortably outperforming its European peers, as the pound dipped amid growing concern that a no-deal Brexit would become a reality. Many large UK-listed firms earn the bulk of their income abroad in foreign currencies and their shares benefit from a falling pound. The midcap FTSE 250, more domestically focussed, was 0.2 percent lower.

  • Reuters3 months ago

    Store sales weigh on UK's Next, with fourth profit fall in prospect

    British clothing chain Next forecast a fourth straight fall in annual profit on Thursday as it grapples with the sector's structural shift from physical stores to online. The group, which trades from more than 500 stores in Britain and Ireland, about 200 stores in 40 other countries and its Directory online business, reported a 0.4 percent fall in pretax profit in its 2018/19 financial year and forecast a further 1.1 percent decline for the following year. Although retail sales fell 7.3 percent in the year to Jan. 31, compared with a 14.8 percent rise in online sales, the company continues to expand its store network, with plans for a net 60,000 square feet of additional space in 2019/20.

  • Reuters4 months ago

    Bangladesh suppliers to H&M, Next lay off workers after wage protests

    At least three garment manufacturers in Bangladesh that supply European brands such as H&M and Next have laid off thousands of workers weeks after they had joined wage protests, union leaders said on Tuesday. The layoffs come after days of protests and clashes between police and workers in January that prompted the government to intervene and compel manufacturers to raise wages. "Workers who chanted slogans or left factories and joined in processions to demand wage increases, and the ones who have any link to trade bodies, are now losing jobs," said Kazi Ruhul Amin, head of the Bangladesh Garment Workers' Trade Union Center.

  • NEXT plc (LON:NXT) Earns A Nice Return On Capital Employed
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    NEXT plc (LON:NXT) Earns A Nice Return On Capital Employed

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  • Reuters5 months ago

    China data hits UK shares ahead of Tuesday's Brexit vote

    London's main bourse (.FTSE), which makes a lion's share of its income abroad, fell 0.9 percent and the more domestically-focussed FTSE 250 (.FTMC) was 0.7 percent lower. The FTSE 250 broke a six-day winning streak, as markets await a vote on British Prime Minister Theresa May's Brexit deal on Tuesday that is likely to decide the next phase of Brexit proceedings.

  • Reuters5 months ago

    How Britain's retailers fared over Christmas

    (Reuters) - British retailers are giving updates on Christmas trading, by far their busiest and most important period of the year, stretching from "Black Friday" on Nov. 23 to early January clearance ...

  • Reuters5 months ago

    UK shares jump as retailers back in demand, hopes pinned on trade deal

    By Muvija M and Shashwat Awasthi (Reuters) - British shares jumped to their highest in almost a month on Tuesday amid hopes of a U.S.-China trade deal and as supermarket chain Tesco led a revival in retailers ...

  • How Britain's retailers fared over Christmas - Factbox
    Reuters5 months ago

    How Britain's retailers fared over Christmas - Factbox

    (Reuters) - British retailers are giving updates on Christmas trading, by far their busiest and most important period of the year, stretching from "Black Friday" on Nov. 23 to early January clearance ...

  • Reuters5 months ago

    M&S set to report bleak Christmas, supermarkets face slowdown

    Britain's Marks & Spencer (MKS.L) is expected to report another fall in underlying sales in both clothing and food in its Christmas quarter, while the major grocers are forecast to show a slowdown in growth as the discounters march on. Expectations for the UK retail sector going into Christmas were low after industry data showed the largest November drop in shopper numbers for a decade and Sports Direct (SPD.L) and Primark (ABF.L) issued downbeat comments about trading. Music retailer HMV added to the gloom, collapsing into administration shortly after Christmas.

  • Apple warning shakes European shares as tech stocks tumble
    Reuters5 months ago

    Apple warning shakes European shares as tech stocks tumble

    By Helen Reid and Julien Ponthus LONDON (Reuters) - Apple's first sales warning in nearly 12 years sent European shares sliding on Thursday, with the tech sector particularly badly bruised as chipmakers ...

  • Late surge in online demand saves Next's Christmas
    Reuters5 months ago

    Late surge in online demand saves Next's Christmas

    A late surge in online demand helped British clothing retailer Next to increase sales in the Christmas period, confounding fears of tough festive trading and lifting shares across the battered sector. The first major stock market-listed retailer to update on Christmas said strong sales in the three weeks before Christmas along with a good half-term holiday week in late October made up for disappointing sales in an unusually mild November. Increased use of online shopping by consumers right up until Christmas was an important factor in the positive outcome, Next Chief Executive Simon Wolfson said on Thursday.