Next (LON:NXT) claimed the title of star FTSE 100 riser of the day after the UK’s second biggest clothing retailer reported third quarter sales up 4.3%, which was better than expected and prompted the company to raise its 2013 profit guidance. Shares jumped over 6% to 330p.
30 Oct '13
next buy back their own shares reducing the overall number in general circulation. by reinvesting their profits like this the share price goes north. simples
28 Oct '13
There are 2 sides to every story. I'm sure you were a perfect customer...
28 Sep '13
I received a £10 store voucher today woohoo! By way of apology. I can't help thinking they must hand a lot of these out. Still it will have to suffice I guess.
17 Sep '13
Maybe as a manager you and the others should concentrate on customer satisfaction and the SP would look after itself. Because if other customers are treated like I was then the SP will only go one way, when they start to shop elsewhere.
17 Sep '13
Amazing half yearly results. The only retailer to grow during the recession making use of cheap property prices. And te main reason for its profit is its cost control instores. As a manager for the comp I can not see these prices dropping. Everything is done to protect the share price. It'll be £60 in less than a year. Easily. Don't sell these. Hold into them.
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