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Next PLC (NXT.L)

NXT.L on London Stock Exchange

4,264.00GBp
16 Aug 2017
Change (% chg)

-7.00 (-0.16%)
Prev Close
4,271.00
Open
4,277.00
Day's High
4,300.00
Day's Low
4,252.00
Volume
661,031
Avg. Vol
738,544
52-wk High
5,705.00
52-wk Low
3,565.00

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: 0.82
Market Cap(Mil.): £6,280.79
Shares Outstanding(Mil.): 147.06
Dividend: 45.00
Yield (%): --

Financials

  NXT.L Industry Sector
P/E (TTM): 9.74 31.61 20.98
EPS (TTM): 4.39 -- --
ROI: 44.75 8.82 9.53
ROE: 154.52 11.13 11.95

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03 Aug 2017

Britain's Next cuts profit range as shoppers feel the pinch

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04 May 2017

Investors find some relief in Next's chilly outlook

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23 Mar 2017

Investors find some relief in Next's chilly outlook

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23 Mar 2017

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