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ASOS's 500 mln stg convertible bond offering to have 0.75% coupon
ASOS Launches Senior Unsecured Guaranteed Convertible Bond Offering Of £500 Mln Due 2026
Asos ABB: Bookrunner Says Books Covered, Price Guidance To Follow
Asos PLC is a global fashion destination for a range of things. The Company sells and offers a range of fashion-related content on ASOS.com. The Company's segments include UK, US, EU and RoW. It sells over 85,000 branded and own-label products through localized mobile and Web experiences, delivering from its fulfilment centers in the United Kingdom, the United States, Europe and across the world. It offers approximately 75,000 separate clothing ranges, spanning women's wear and menswear, footwear and accessories, alongside its jewelry and beauty collections. The Company's collection of specialist own-label lines includes ASOS Curve, ASOS Maternity, ASOS Tall and ASOS Petite. The Company caters a range of customer segments and sizes, across all categories and price points. It also operates returns centers in Australia and Poland. It operates country-specific Websites in Australia, France, Germany, Italy, Spain, Russia and the Unites States.
Retail (Catalog & Mail Order)
Greater London House, Hampstead Road
Adam Alexander Crozier
Non-Executive Chairman of the Board
Chief Executive Officer, Executive Director
Chief Financial Officer, Director
Chief People Officer
General Counsel, Company Secretary
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British online fashion retailer ASOS Plc has emerged as a surprise front-runner to buy the Topshop brand from the administrators of British tycoon Philip Green's Arcadia Group, Sky News reported on Saturday.
British online fashion retailer ASOS said on Thursday it will not charge sellers on its ASOS Marketplace platform for small businesses any commission until the end of the year to help get them through the COVID-19 crisis.
The prospect of a major increase in unemployment over the coming months amongst ASOS's core 20-something customer base and a hit to their disposable income sent shares in the British online fashion retailer lower on Wednesday.
A rapid shift to online shopping in Britain due to COVID-19 has boosted retailers' sales and share prices, even though footfall in high street shops remains well below pre-pandemic levels.
British online fashion retailer ASOS <ASOS.L> forecast full-year sales and profit significantly ahead of market expectations, saying it was benefiting from stronger than anticipated underlying demand and fewer products being returned by shoppers.
Online fashion retailer ASOS on Wednesday forecast full year sales and profit significantly ahead of market expectations, saying it was benefiting from stronger than anticipated underlying demand.
British online fashion retailer ASOS <ASOS.L> on Wednesday joined peers Primark <ABF.L> and John Lewis in saying it would not take advantage of a British government scheme to pay employers for bringing back staff from furlough.
Online fashion retailer ASOS will repay the money it claimed under Britain's scheme to furlough workers after a rise in sales during the coronavirus lockdown put it on track to deliver annual profit towards the top end of expectations.
British online fashion retailer ASOS said on Wednesday its sales rose 10% in the four months to June 30, benefiting from trading through the coronavirus lockdown while store based rivals were forced to shutter shops.
As stores closed across Europe and the United States in March and April in response to the new coronavirus, many fashion brands and retailers cancelled orders for clothes, bags, and shoes worth billions of dollars from Asian garment factories, forcing them to close and lay...
* AS COVID-19 TOOK HOLD, CUSTOMER DEMAND DROPPED, IMPACTING NUMBER OF PURCHASES AND TYPE OF PRODUCT CUSTOMERS WERE CHOOSING TO BUY
British online fashion retailer ASOS Plc <ASOS.L> said it had raised 247 million pounds ($304 million) via a placing, to help it shore up its finances in case of a prolonged business downturn from the coronavirus pandemic.
* Placing of new shares representing 18.8% of existing equity
Online fashion retailer ASOS said demand had been hit by lockdown measures introduced to combat the spread of the coronavirus, with sales falling 20-25% in the last three weeks.
* H1 PBT OF £30.1M, REFLECTING STRONG TRADING AND GOOD PROGRESS REDUCING NON-STRATEGIC COSTS
* ASOS PLC - ANNOUNCES ITS INTENTION TO CONDUCT A NON-PRE-EMPTIVE PLACING OF NEW ORDINARY SHARES OF 3.5 PENCE EACH
British online fashion retailer ASOS said on Tuesday it was close to finalising a potential equity raise and extension to its debt facilities to ensure it can weather the coronavirus emergency.
British online fashion group ASOS beat forecasts for Christmas sales, increasing investor confidence that management has addressed the operational and execution issues that plagued it in 2019, and sending its shares higher.
London's main index dipped for a fourth straight session on Thursday, with major miners and oil stocks taking a hit, as worries over the spread a new flu-like virus from China grew.
British online fashion retailer ASOS beat analysts' expectations for sales growth in the key Christmas trading period, indicating that management has addressed the operational issues that plagued it in 2019.
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