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Moss Bros Group PLC (MOSB.L)

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21 Jan 2019
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Moss Bros Group PLC is engaged in retailing and hiring formal wear for men. The Company operates through Moss Bros branded mainstream stores. The Company's segments include Retail and Hire. The Company offers various types of suits, skirts, jackets, trousers, coats, casualwear, ties, shoes and accessories. The Company offers... (more)


Beta: 0.32
Market Cap(Mil.): £97.78
Shares Outstanding(Mil.): 100.80
Dividend: 2.03
Yield (%): --


  MOSB.L Industry Sector
P/E (TTM): 17.04 34.92 19.43
EPS (TTM): 0.06 -- --
ROI: 13.58 8.61 10.63
ROE: 15.87 12.11 12.80

UPDATE 1-Britain's Moss Bros warns of challenging 2019

Jan 11 British suit retailer Moss Bros Group Plc warned on Friday of a challenging year ahead, even as its online sales rose nearly 30 percent for the 23-week period to Jan. 5.

11 Jan 2019

Britain's Moss Bros 23-week comparable sales fall 1 pct

Jan 11 British suit retailer Moss Bros Group Plc said on Friday its like-for-like sales for the 23 week period to Jan. 5 fell 1 percent, as the company was forced to give steeper discounts than planned in the post Black Friday period.

11 Jan 2019

Summer heat and World Cup leave Moss Bros out of fashion

Shares in suit retailer Moss Bros Group Plc lost almost a third of their value on Friday as the company warned its full-year profit would take a substantial hit after hot weather and the World Cup kept shoppers away from stores.

21 Sep 2018

UPDATE 2-Summer heat and World Cup leave Moss Bros out of fashion

* Year operating profit to be less than 2.3 mln pounds (Adds details, background)

21 Sep 2018

Moss Bros sees FY operating profit below expectations

Sept 21 British apparel retailer Moss Bros Group Plc expects full-year operating profit before items to be "materially lower" than market expectations as first-half like-for-like sales dropped, it said on Friday.

21 Sep 2018

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