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Next PLC (NXT.L)

NXT.L on London Stock Exchange

4,854.00GBp
9 Dec 2016
Change (% chg)

-16.00p (-0.33%)
Prev Close
4,870.00p
Open
4,867.00p
Day's High
4,919.00p
Day's Low
4,822.00p
Volume
405,085
Avg. Vol
712,539
52-wk High
7,720.28p
52-wk Low
3,550.00p

NXT.L

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About

NEXT plc is a United Kingdom-based retailer offering clothing, footwear, accessories and home products. The Company's segments include NEXT Retail, a chain of over 500 stores in the United Kingdom and Eire; NEXT Directory, an online and catalogue shopping business with over four million active customers and international... (more)

Overall

Beta: 0.60
Market Cap(Mil.): £7,138.12
Shares Outstanding(Mil.): 147.06
Dividend: 53.00
Yield (%): --

Financials

  NXT.L Industry Sector
P/E (TTM): 10.87 26.36 26.90
EPS (TTM): 4.47 -- --
ROI: 48.35 8.19 9.05
ROE: 270.07 11.24 12.86

Debt squeeze shows pressure on UK retailers

* House of Fraser bonds join New Look and Matalan in risk zone

Nov 02 2016

UPDATE 1-ASOS says international sales help to shore up demand

* Shares fall 7.5 percent after hitting 2-1/2 year highs (Adds CEO comment, analyst comment, share price)

Oct 18 2016

UPDATE 2-Next says no big Brexit impact so far as sales pick up

* Shares rise 4.7 pct (Adds FD comment, analyst comment, share price)

Aug 03 2016

British clothing retailers face Brexit double whammy

LONDON Already hamstrung by the battle to compete with online rivals, Britain's major clothing retailers now risk a hit to sales and profits from the higher costs and plummeting consumer confidence that have followed the vote to leave the European Union.

Jul 21 2016

British clothing retailers face Brexit double whammy

LONDON, July 21 Already hamstrung by the battle to compete with online rivals, Britain's major clothing retailers now risk a hit to sales and profits from the higher costs and plummeting consumer confidence that have followed the vote to leave the European Union.

Jul 21 2016

BUZZ-View from the buyside: S&W tops up on Next, BT post Brexit sell-off

** Tineke Frikkee, who runs Smith & Williamson's UK Equity Income Fund, bought more shares in Next and BT on Friday - perceived Brexit losers which both dived >10% that day

Jun 28 2016

Earnings vs. Estimates