End of day last trade 16:30 - 20/03Buy 500000 164.17p £820,855.00164pSAGE
Re: Amazing .... IOMINVESTCOM nb - Look at Oct 2016 to Feb 2017 period - 200 ema around that area as well.
Re: Amazing .... IOMINVESTCOM Hi Sage,If you take a look on iii 3yr weekly you will see those areas of support / resistance. Although, BOO is oversold nothing really stopping it continuing lower with the rest of the market. Plenty of talk on 6800 initial target on FTSE that will de-rate other huge profitable position. ie investors to sell their winners which could be what we are witnessing.atb
Re: Amazing .... IOMINVESTCOM why do you pick 120 -140 as a range , as opposed to any other ? ....SAGE
Re: Topped up this morning " Boohoo should seek to reassure shareholders that they will return to previous highs through directors buying.Compared to ASOS Boohoo is performing very poorly. "Indeed RAC . What steps will Directors or Boohoo ACTUALLY take at the minute ?Only 6 months ago, Boohoo was all the rage, and ASOS was out of fashion (!! ..oops ! sorry guys ..) .... now its the other way around .... what has happened to each during that time interval ? ....SAGE
Re: Topped up this morning sage,Maybe you should tell Boohoo's Carol Kane to buy likewise after here selling 10% of here Boohoo holding at 260p since when it's been downhill all the way. Boohoo should seek to reassure shareholders that they will return to previous highs through directors buying (and not selling!).Compared to ASOS Boohoo is performing very poorly.Cheers, RAC
Topped up this morning ......at 164.96 pSAGE
Re: Amazing .... LONDON MARKETS: FTSE 100 Rises Off 15-month Low Ahead Of Inflation Data20/03/2018 9:39amDow Jones NewsFTSE 100 Index ChartToday : Tuesday 20 March 2018Click Here for more FTSE 100 Charts.Carla Mozee, MarketWatchFenner jumps on Michelin buyout; home builders gain ground after Bellway's updateU.K. blue-chip stocks rose Tuesday, slightly recovering from lows not seen in more than a year, as traders stepped back into the market.The next driver for stocks in London may come from British inflation figures due later Tuesday, before the Bank of England makes its next monetary policy decision on Thursday. Focus is also on the U.S. Federal Reserve, whose policy makers begin a meeting today.How markets are movingThe FTSE 100 index picked up 0.4% to 7,068.13. Tech and financial shares were among the sectors moving higher, but the utilities group is losing the most. On Monday, the index slid 1.7% ([link] and marked its lowest close since Dec. 21, 2016, according to FactSet data.The pound traded at $1.4050, up from $1.4025 late Monday in New York.What's driving marketsThe FTSE 100 had popped up by as much as 0.4%, with investors snapping up shares after the market suffered its sharpest loss since early February. Stocks were rattled after the pound rallied on news the EU and U.K. have agreed on the broad terms of a Brexit transition deal.A stronger pound can weigh on the FTSE 100, as about 75% of the benchmark's revenue is made overseas, and that revenue therefore shrinks when translated back into sterling.In addition, global stock markets on Monday suffered as U.S. equities slid, dragged down by tech-sector losses led by Facebook Inc. (FB) , which is coming under official scrutiny over its use of member data.Stocks and sterling may be on the move after the Office for National Statistics releases consumer price inflation data for February. Analysts polled by FactSet are looking for a month-over-month rise of 0.5% and the inflation rate to come in at 2.8%. That would be a decrease from the current rate of 3%, which is well above the Bank of England's target of 2%.Analysts say the BOE could hint at an interest rate rise in May when policy makers release their statement on Thursday.Later Tuesday, the U.S. Federal Reserve will begin its two-day meeting, and the Fed is expected to raise its benchmark interest rates when its policy decision is released Wednesday.Read:The pound's post-transition deal bounce might not be here to stay ([link] miss: What to expect from the new Fed dot plot on interest rates ([link] strategists are saying"After yesterday's rate hike-fearing, tech stock-bleeding market-wide declines, the European indices woke up in rebound mode this Tuesday. The FTSE quickly rose ... a move that lifted the index back towards 7,070," said Connor Campbell, financial analyst at Spreadex, in a note."As for the pound, the currency continued to ride the swell of positive sentiment that arose following yesterday's Brexit transition deal announcement," he said."All this, however, may be temporary. That's because the U.K. still has February's inflation reading to process," he added. "And while 2.8% is undoubtedly still high, the big question is over how much hawkish clout such a figure would have, especially with a Bank of England meeting on Thursday."Stock moversMicro Focus shares (MCRO.LN) rose 5.5%, topping the FTSE 100. Shares on Monday plunged 46% for the software maker said CEO Chris Hsu has resigned ([link] and warned that revenue for
Re: Amazing .... Maybe a wild card view but after such a good run and such a high rating if we see a strong downward movement in the general market then we see areas in the 120-140 range get tested.atb.
Tidy summary of forecasts showing P/E is at a max recently , and naturally reducing ......[link]
Amazing .... Isnt it amazing to be able to buy in at these prices !!! ..... and with consensus targets at 250p to 300p !!!SAGE
The broad picture ... Broker Target Price for Boohoo.com[link]
Peel Hunt and Liberum ....... Targets from both for Boohoo .... ........ 300pSAGE
Re: Quiz anyone? Since first flagged up on Monday, I notice Quiz has had a good week from 124p to 140.5p, a rise of 13.3% in 5 days. I'd settle for that in a year! Definitely one to watch.
Re: Financial year results? financial calendarupcoming events25 Apr 2018 Preliminary Results 12 Jun 2018 Trading Update 26 Sep 2018 Interim ResultsSAGE