ZVX.F - Sports Direct International plc

Frankfurt - Frankfurt Delayed Price. Currency in EUR
3.0660
-0.0300 (-0.97%)
As of 8:20AM CEST. Market open.
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Previous Close3.0960
Open3.0660
Bid3.0540 x 215700
Ask3.1260 x 213100
Day's Range3.0660 - 3.0660
52 Week Range2.5320 - 4.8720
Volume5
Avg. Volume0
Market Cap1.608B
Beta (3Y Monthly)1.34
PE Ratio (TTM)28.13
EPS (TTM)0.1090
Earnings DateN/A
Forward Dividend & YieldN/A (N/A)
Ex-Dividend DateN/A
1y Target EstN/A
  • Financial Times5 days ago

    Goals Soccer Centres hits back at Sports Direct

    Goals Soccer Centres hit back at Sports Direct on Friday after its major shareholder confirmed that it would vote against the reappointment of the entire board due to a “loss of confidence”. Sports Direct, the company owned by Mike Ashley, owns 19 per cent of the five-a-side pitch operator. It said in a statement earlier on Friday that due to a “lack of transparency” over accounting errors, it would seek to oust all board members.

  • Financial Times7 days ago

    Sports Direct rebels against directors of Goals Soccer Centres

    Sports Direct has threatened to vote against the reappointment of all directors at Goals Soccer Centres, the ailing football pitch operator that is 19 per cent owned by Mike Ashley’s group. According to Sports Direct, Goals’ lenders have appointed consultancy firm Deloitte to conduct an internal investigation but have not said whether this will be shared beyond creditors and directors. Sports Direct argues that this is unacceptable, partly because Christopher Mills, another major shareholder, is also a non-executive director of the company.

  • Reuterslast month

    Mike Ashley to sell Newcastle to Arab billionaire for $445 million - The Sun

    The contracts between Ashley and Sheikh Khaled have been signed and submitted to the Premier League, according to the report. Ashley, who bought a controlling stake in the Premier League club in 2007, has in the past tried to sell the club. Ashley, who owns British sportswear retailer Sports Direct International Plc said last October that he had not received any acceptable offers for Newcastle, a year after he officially put the club up for sale, but told Sky News in December that talks on a deal had made promising progress.

  • Sports Direct dissolves stake in MySale Group
    Reuterslast month

    Sports Direct dissolves stake in MySale Group

    (Reuters) - Mike Ashley's Sports Direct International Plc dissolved its stake in online retailer MySale Group Plc, a filing showed on Monday. Sports Direct has been trying to ramp up its operations as ...

  • Reuters3 months ago

    Ashley's Sports Direct drops plan to buy Debenhams

    (Reuters) - Billionaire Mike Ashley's Sports Direct said it did not intend to make an offer to buy Debenhams after lenders took control of the ailing retailer on Tuesday. Sports Direct had until April ...

  • Debenhams Achieves the Worst Result for Everyone
    Bloomberg3 months ago

    Debenhams Achieves the Worst Result for Everyone

    Debenhams Plc, is expected to be taken over by its lenders in a restructuring after they rejected a 200 million-pound ($261.6 million) lifeline from Sports Direct International Plc. After operating for more than 200 years, the company’s failure to react quickly enough to changes in the retail industry, combined with the strain of onerous store leases, stretched Debenhams’ finances. It faced either a takeover by its lenders, or by billionaire Mike Ashley’s Sports Direct. Ownership by Ashley’s Sports Direct would have been a better option.

  • Debenhams' fate in the balance after Ashley rescue plan rejected
    Reuters3 months ago

    Debenhams' fate in the balance after Ashley rescue plan rejected

    Sports Direct boss Mike Ashley is still looking for ways to take control of Debenhams, he said on Monday after the ailing retailer rejected his rescue plan only hours before it was due to fall into the hands of its lenders. Billionaire Ashley, who has compiled a string of stakes in retailers after building up Sports Direct, had offered to underwrite a 150 million pound ($196 million) rights issue in exchange for the Debenhams CEO role and a pledge by lenders to write off a similar amount of debt. Debenhams, once the country's biggest chain of department stores, rejected the offer on Monday afternoon.

  • Reuters3 months ago

    PRESS DIGEST- Financial Times - April 8

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  • Reuters3 months ago

    Sports Direct chief offers to underwrite Debenhams rescue for CEO job - FT

    The owner of the sportswear firm is also considering a 60 million pounds takeover bid for Debenhams this weekend, the Sunday Times said in a separate report. Debenhams secured 200 million pounds in new funds last week but warned that shareholders still face being wiped out unless it secures financial support from Sports Direct, which holds a near 30 percent stake. Debenhams said Sports Direct needed to either make a firm offer for the group, underwrite a rights issue of new stock, or provide debt funding if it wanted to prevent Debenhams falling into the hands of its lenders.

  • Sports Direct chief offers to underwrite Debenhams rescue for CEO job: Financial Times
    Reuters3 months ago

    Sports Direct chief offers to underwrite Debenhams rescue for CEO job: Financial Times

    The owner of the sportswear firm is also considering a 60 million pounds takeover bid for Debenhams this weekend, the Sunday Times said in a separate report. Debenhams secured 200 million pounds in new funds last week but warned that shareholders still face being wiped out unless it secures financial support from Sports Direct, which holds a near 30 percent stake. Debenhams said Sports Direct needed to either make a firm offer for the group, underwrite a rights issue of new stock, or provide debt funding if it wanted to prevent Debenhams falling into the hands of its lenders.

  • Sports Direct says other Debenhams investors back making Ashley boss
    Reuters3 months ago

    Sports Direct says other Debenhams investors back making Ashley boss

    Sports Direct, the sportswear group that is seeking control of Debenhams, said it has been contacted by other shareholders in the department store group expressing their support to install Mike Ashley as Debenhams CEO. Sports Direct, which has a near 30 percent stake in Debenhams, did not say how many Debenhams shareholders were backing it or name any of them. Last year Sports Direct bought department store chain House of Fraser out of administration and has been trying to wrest control of Debenhams for months.

  • Sports Direct considers 61.4 million pounds bid for Debenhams
    Reuters3 months ago

    Sports Direct considers 61.4 million pounds bid for Debenhams

    Sports Direct, the British sportswear firm controlled by Mike Ashley, is considering an offer for Debenhams that values the ailing department store group at 61.4 million pounds, prompting a jump in the target firm's battered shares. Sports Direct, which last year bought department store chain House of Fraser out of administration for 90 million pounds, has a near 30 percent stake in Debenhams and has been trying to wrest control of it for months. Ashley's latest move is an attempt to thwart Debenhams' restructuring and refinancing plan, which would give lenders more control over the retailer and could wipe out all shareholders.