Next PLC (NXT.L)

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Next plc is a United Kingdom-based retailer offering clothing, footwear and accessories. The Company operates its business through four operating segments: NEXT Retail, a chain of more than 500 stores in the United Kingdom and Eire; NEXT Directory, a home shopping catalogue; NEXT International Retail, with almost 200 mainly... (more)


Beta: 0.62
Market Cap(Mil.): £10,777.59
Shares Outstanding(Mil.): 152.87
Dividend: 60.00
Yield (%): 2.13


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P/E (TTM): 18.21 40.71 19.18
EPS (TTM): 3.87 -- --
ROI: 55.86 10.62 14.28
ROE: 370.77 12.70 18.17
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FTSE edges up towards record high, strong growth outlook boosts TUI

LONDON, March 25 - Britain's leading share index rose towards its record high on Wednesday, with tour firm TUI Group gaining on expectations of meeting its profit growth target and companies including Diageo and Next rising on positive broker comments.

25 Mar 2015

Next flags weaker collections in cautious outlook

LONDON - British clothing retailer Next cut its sales guidance for 2015-16, highlighting weaker collections after reporting a 12.5 percent rise in annual profit and a dividend increase.

19 Mar 2015

Next pays another special dividend and says more could follow

LONDON - Next , Britain's second biggest retailer by sales, said on Thursday it will pay another special dividend, totalling 90 million pounds ($137 million), and flagged the prospect of three more similar payouts.

05 Feb 2015

Britain's John Lewis sales slip in Christmas week

LONDON - John Lewis [JLP.UL], Britain's No. 1 department store group, saw year-on-year sales slip 1.4 percent in the week to Dec. 27 as earlier promotions cooled demand in the run-up to Christmas.

02 Jan 2015

Next has solid Christmas without cutting prices

LONDON - Next signalled brighter prospects for British retailers on Tuesday with a solid rise in Christmas sales, especially online, without resorting to the discounting seen on many shopping streets.

30 Dec 2014

UPDATE 2-Next has solid Christmas without cutting prices

* Shares rise some 4 pct, topping FTSE 100 index (Adds CEO comments, analyst reaction)

30 Dec 2014

UPDATE 1-Next's Christmas sales rise 2.9 pct, lifts 2014 profit guidance

LONDON, Dec 30 - British clothing retailer Next's sales rose 2.9 percent in the run up to Christmas mostly due to online and catalogue purchases, hitting the upper end of its predictions and it said full-year profit would rise by about 11.5 percent.

30 Dec 2014

BRIEF-Next appoints Dianne Thompson as non-executive director

* Appointment of Dianne Thompson as a non-executive director with effect from 1 January 2015 Source text for Eikon: Further company coverage: (Bengaluru Newsroom; +44 207 542 1810)

18 Dec 2014

UPDATE 2-ABF's Primark shrugs off warm autumn with 10 pct sales rise

* Shares up 2.7 pct (Adds detail, CEO, analyst comment, shares)

04 Nov 2014

UK's Next cuts profit guidance as sales feel the heat

LONDON - Britain's No.2 clothing retailer Next Plc cut its profit guidance after an unusually warm autumn left its coats, scarves and jumpers stuck on shop shelves, sending an ominous sign to rivals ahead of the Christmas season.

29 Oct 2014

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