Keyword results: clothing retail

Superdry – interims, are there “clear signs of brand and financial recovery”?

Clothing, accessories and footwear company Superdry (SDRY) has announced results for its half-year ended 23rd October 2021 and a trading update for the subsequent 11 weeks, emphasising “clear signs of brand and financial recovery”. So what’s the story with the shares currently at circa 230p in response, 8% lower!…

Viva El Fashion King Inditex as It Fandangoes Ahead Despite Covid

Hello, Share Chasers. You may not be familiar with the company name of Inditex (0QWI). Yet, you’ve probably heard of some its eight brands, like Zara and Pull & Bear. It’s the world’s biggest clothing merchant. It’s based in Spain, but also listed on the London Exchange. And it’s doing rather well.

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ABF

Primark Primed to Peak Again as its Owner Associated British Foods Beats the Virus on Grocery Sales

Hello, Share Seekers. This humble commentator has oft recommended that you should consider Associated British Foods (ABF). Not just because of the grocery side, but mainly because of the amazing attraction to shoppers of its Primark arm. Of course, this enthusiasm was knocked off course by the virus closing down Primark stores but now they’re open again and there seems to be an unseemly rush of buyers eager to make up for lost time...

A First Loss Should not Slow the Share Price for this Cash-Rich Giant

Hello Share Placers. You may not know the company name Inditex (0QWI). Though you may be familiar with this international high street operation’s biggest brand: Zara. It also owns Pull and Bear and Bershka. Now you might think it odd in these virus days, that I should commend your further researches to a clothing outlet. But Inditex is doing better than most of its peers...

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Next's change of plan tells you more than romping markets...

Just over a week ago, I highlighted the depth of the corporate plan unveiled by clothing retail behemoth Next (NXT) in response to the coronavirus challenges. It is always better to have a plan than not and Next was particularly strong in highlighting a range of potential scenarios including - in the most pessimistic scenario - a 100% fall in sales over the next few upcoming weeks. Well that may be coming to pass…

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Oops...Next did it again (sort of)

As the markets start to recover from their holiday slumber and consider what a new decade could bring, at least something in the corporate world has remained a constant: a solid set of numbers from clothing retail behemoth Next (NXT)…

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Ted Baker – struggling to both sell clothes and keep its profit change to just being down 100%!

Back in June, I concluded on the troubled clothing retailer Ted Baker (TED) that the dumping 'share price move has been all about going from being a growth company to one with less immediately glossy potential'. Even back then the shares had more than halved from the start of year 17 quid level to around 800p. Well today's news has taken them under 700p as I write…

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Quelle surprise - being the failed Halfords CEO doesn't make you a M&S clothing genius!

Undoubtedly you have read in the press that embattled retailer Marks & Spencer (MKS) has just lost its fourth clothing chief in a decade. Apparently it is something to do with a lack of skinny jeans availability. Whatever...but it goes to show that M&S is still struggling to find its place in the modern day clothing retail market. Perhaps even more intriguingly Jill McDonald is going to be temporarily replaced by Steve Rowe, the current CEO of M&S...and ex-head of clothing. I cannot remember it doing that much better under his tenure...

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