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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
715,760
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.): £7,161.65
Shares Outstanding(Mil.): 147.06
Dividend: 53.00
Yield (%): --

Financials

  NXT.L Industry Sector
P/E (TTM): 10.90 26.31 26.78
EPS (TTM): 4.47 -- --
ROI: 48.35 8.19 9.05
ROE: 270.07 11.25 12.85

Debt squeeze shows pressure on UK retailers

BERLIN/LONDON Heavy discounts on debt issued by some big UK retailers reflect growing commercial pressure after Britain's vote to leave the European Union and ahead of the crucial Christmas trading period. | Video

02 Nov 2016

Debt squeeze shows pressure on UK retailers

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

02 Nov 2016

Next downbeat on 2017 prospects as third-quarter sales dip

LONDON British clothing retailer Next said on Wednesday trading prospects would be tough next year after reporting another dip in quarterly sales, forcing the company to rely on further cost savings to maintain its full-year profit forecast.

02 Nov 2016

Next boss says UK trading environment to remain difficult in 2017

LONDON Britain's consumer environment is likely to remain difficult in 2017 as inflation kicks in and real earnings are squeezed, the boss of clothing retailer Next said on Wednesday.

02 Nov 2016

UK retail sales enjoy strongest quarter since late 2014, warm weather hurts clothing - ONS

LONDON, British retail sales recorded their strongest quarter of growth since late 2014 in the three months to September, but warm weather and higher prices dented demand for new clothing towards the end of the period.

20 Oct 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)

18 Oct 2016

Next says trading volatile as profit slips

LONDON British clothing retailer Next reported a 1.5 percent fall in first-half profit on Thursday and said trading since July had been challenging and volatile.

15 Sep 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)

03 Aug 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.

21 Jul 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.

21 Jul 2016

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