REACT Group – states “pleased to have delivered another period of good progress”… but it’s behind expectations!
Filtronic – argues “healthy improvement… in line with internal forecasts”, but what does that mean financially?...
5.5p to 2.5p in 9 working days- the Vast Resources shitshow in full swing with ANOTHER bailout placing
Previously writing on footwear retailer Shoe Zone (SHOE), in March with the shares at 70p I concluded that I’ll monitor the net cash generation going forward to see if it is recovering to justify that, but currently still only on the watchlist. The shares last closed at 66.5p but are currently 80p on the back of a trading update, so what’s the situation here now?...
Previously writing on footwear retailer Shoe Zone (SHOE), last month I concluded that I continue to consider there is likely future recovery potential from a now 54p per share, £27 million market cap, valuation here but the current balance sheet uncertainty sees this presently only on my watchlist. So what of results now for its year ended 3rd October 2020?...
Previously writing on footwear retailer Shoe Zone (SHOE), in November with the shares at 56p I concluded cautiously on “Date of Final Results” announcement is actually much more. Today another “Date of Final Results”... and again there is more information than just that...
A “Date of Final Results” announcement from Shoe Zone (SHOE) and the shares 9% lower in response, at 56p. So not a standard “Date of Final Results” announcement then...
Previously writing on value footwear retailer Shoe Zone (SHOE), in July with the shares having fallen below 80p I noted previous clear uncertainties and that latest certainly didn’t enhance confidence. Today a “Full Year Trading Update” – and the shares further down, currently to below 40p...
“Shoe Zone PLC (SHOE) is pleased to announce the appointment of Peter Foot as Finance Director, with effect from 6 July 2020. Peter will replace Jonathan Fearn whose resignation has been accepted with effect from 31 July 2020”. Hmmm...
UK and Ireland value footwear retailer Shoe Zone (SHOE) “is pleased to announce its interim results for the six months to 4 April 2020”, and the shares have responded to around 84.5p… 3.5% lower...
Previously writing on value footwear retailer Shoe Zone (SHOE), I concluded on a 5:05pm “Proposed Cancellation of Dividend / COVID-19 Update” and with the shares at 75p that there particularly not a propitious position presently and it looks safest to sell / avoid. The shares have since been up to around 90p but are currently back below 80p following a “Result of GM and Interim Update”…
A 5:05pm “Proposed Cancellation of Dividend / COVID-19 Update” from value footwear retailer Shoe Zone (SHOE) – this with the shares down from approaching 190p in February but up from recent lows towards 60p, at 75p…
“The UK's largest value footwear retailer”, Shoe Zone (SHOE) has announced results for the 53-week period ended 5th October 2019 and that it “has made a solid start to the year and is trading in line with market expectations. The board is positive about the outlook for the year with the refreshed strategy well underway”…
Previously commenting on Shoe Zone (SHOE) we noted it updating disappointingly but the Big Box and Digital growth elements of its strategy progressing, the latest balance sheet was still in decent shape and it not anticipating any change to dividend policy, with even just the ordinary dividend per share for last year totalled 11.5p – and thus to, at worst, hold. Now a “Full Year Trading Update” from this, the UK's largest value footwear retailer…
Hello, Share Creepers. When one prefers posh shoes, one visits charity shops in superior locations. Recently, I was delighted to discover that a pair of Bally brogues I acquired for £5 are - if bought new - about £650. At the other end of the price scale is the high street chain of Shoe Zone (SHOE). I live close to a branch which always has real bargains in the window...
Value footwear retailer, Shoe Zone (SHOE) has announced results for its half-year ended 30th March 2019 and that “we believe we are favourably insulated against many of the structural sector issues and the board continues to look to the future with confidence”…
Shoe Zone (SHOE) has announced results for its year ended 29th September 2018 and that it is “positive about the outlook for the remainder of the year”, currently “trading ahead of previous market expectations”…
Shoe Zone (SHOE) “now expects to report a full year profit before tax for the year ahead of market expectations and in excess of £11.0m”…
Shoe Zone (SHOE) has announced results from “a good first half” ended 31st March 2019 and “trading momentum has continued into the second half, in line with expectations for the full year”…
Value footwear retailer Shoe Zone (SHOE) has announced results for its year ended 30th September 2017 and that “we are making good progress against our strategic objectives and the board remains positive about the outlook for the group for the remainder of the year”.
Value footwear retailer, Shoe Zone (SHOE) has announced results for its half year ended 1st April 2017 and that it “has traded broadly in line with management's expectations since the period end and the board continues to look to the future with confidence”.
UK value footwear retailer, Shoe Zone (SHOE) has announced results for its year ended 1st October 2016, that it has made a “solid start” to its current year and that “the board remains positive for the outlook of the group”.
Value footwear retailer with 518 stores across the UK and Ireland, Shoe Zone (SHOE) has announced results for its half year ended 2nd April 2016 and that “the group has traded in line with management's expectations since the period end and the board continues to look to the future with confidence”. Its another solid share tip from us but there is more to come.
Following a recent positive trading update, Shoe Zone (SHOE) announced a £4.74 million sale of shares by CEO Anthony Smith and COO Charles Smith, with a purchase of rather less by the wife of CFO Nick Davis.
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