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Debenhams PLC (DEB.L)

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Debenhams plc is a United Kingdom-based company, which is engaged in multi-channel business. The Company’s brand trades through approximately 240 stores in 27 countries. The Company's segments are UK and International. The UK segment consists of stores in the United Kingdom and online sales to the United Kingdom addresses. The... (more)


Beta: 0.69
Market Cap(Mil.): £540.24
Shares Outstanding(Mil.): 1,227.82
Dividend: 1.02
Yield (%): --


  DEB.L Industry Sector
P/E (TTM): 6.66 71.70 21.92
EPS (TTM): 0.07 -- --
ROI: 5.21 18.07 11.96
ROE: 8.55 20.58 14.04

BRIEF-Debenhams says unit, Debenham Flowers hit by cyber attack

* Ecomnova ltd, company that owns and operates flower and gifting website including Debenhams Flowers, has suffered a cyber attack

May 05 2017

UPDATE 3-Product gaps compound Next's problems in tough UK market

* Company says gaps in some of its product ranges (Adds CEO comments, analyst reaction, updates shares)

May 04 2017

UPDATE 2-UK's Debenhams could close stores in recovery plan

* Shares fall up to 5.9 pct (Adds CEO, analyst comment, shares)

Apr 20 2017

UK's Debenhams steps up spending in bid to return to growth

LONDON, April 20 Debenhams, Britain's second-largest department store group, on Thursday detailed a plan to return to growth by becoming more of a destination for shoppers that is differentiated from rivals and has an enhanced digital offer.

Apr 20 2017

Britain's M&S beats forecasts with clothing growth

LONDON Marks & Spencer (M&S) soundly beat forecasts for Christmas trading with its first quarterly increase in clothing and homeware sales in nearly two years, delivering a welcome boost for new boss Steve Rowe.

Jan 12 2017

UPDATE 4-Britain's M&S beats forecasts with clothing growth

* First market share gain for full-price clothing in seven years

Jan 12 2017

UK retailers' discount detox may be short-lived

LONDON (Reuters Breakingviews) - Full-priced fashion is the new black. Strong pre-Christmas sales at UK retailers Marks & Spencer and Debenhams show efforts to wean customers off promotions are paying off. Fewer discounts should translate into better margins. But the temptation to hoist the “sale” signs may return as inflation and weaker growth squeeze British consumers. 

Jan 12 2017

UPDATE 1-Perfume, lingerie drive strong Christmas sales at Debenhams

LONDON, Jan 12 Debenhams, Britain's No.2 department store chain, grew sales over its Christmas trading period, as customers bought more make-up, fragrances and lingerie, showing a strategy to shift away from fashion sales was working.

Jan 12 2017

Debenhams says sales rise 5 pct in 7-week Christmas period

LONDON, Jan 12 Debenhams, Britain's No.2 department store chain, posted a 5 percent rise in like-for-like sales in the seven-week Christmas period, buoyed by a plan to sell more beauty and gift products rather than clothing.

Jan 12 2017

Solid Christmas for UK supermarkets before uncertain 2017

Britain's three quoted major supermarkets are expected to report this week that they enjoyed solid Christmas trading, though investor concern about a potential squeeze on consumer spending in 2017 means the focus is on their outlooks.

Jan 08 2017

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