ASOS PLC (ASOS)

2,773.0
+58.0(+2.14%)
  • Volume:
    949,770
  • Bid/Ask:
    2,600.0/2,900.0
  • Day's Range:
    2,699.0 - 2,782.0

ASOS Overview

Prev. Close
2,715
Day's Range
2,699-2,782
Revenue
5.58B
Open
2,710
52 wk Range
2,266-5,995
EPS
1.23
Volume
949,770
Market Cap
2.76B
Dividend (Yield)
N/A
(N/A)
Average Volume (3m)
548,001
P/E Ratio
22.49
Beta
2.44
1-Year Change
-40.66%
Shares Outstanding
99,591,529
Next Earnings Date
05 Apr 2022
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ASOS PLC News

  • Asos Earnings, Revenue miss in Q4
    • ByInvesting.com-

    Investing.com - Asos reported on Monday fourth quarter earnings that missed analysts' forecasts and revenue that fell short of expectations. Asos announced earnings per share of...

ASOS PLC Analysis

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ASOS PLC Company Profile

ASOS PLC Company Profile

Asos PLC is a global fashion destination for a range of things. The Company sells and offers a range of fashion-related content on ASOS.com. The Company's segments include UK, US, EU and RoW. It sells over 85,000 branded and own-label products through localized mobile and Web experiences, delivering from its fulfilment centers in the United Kingdom, the United States, Europe and across the world. It offers approximately 75,000 separate clothing ranges, spanning women's wear and menswear, footwear and accessories, alongside its jewelry and beauty collections. The Company's collection of specialist own-label lines includes ASOS Curve, ASOS Maternity, ASOS Tall and ASOS Petite. The Company caters a range of customer segments and sizes, across all categories and price points. It also operates returns centers in Australia and Poland. It operates country-specific Websites in Australia, France, Germany, Italy, Spain, Russia and the Unites States.

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  • this is on free fall, why anyone would purchase this ? even if it goes lower!!
    5
    • Cause this make money for the owners
      0
  • Sold out at 2480, I think this much further to go down. Will buy back in around 2000
    3
    • Added last one 22.95..the new chair bought here and ex ceo too..FCF model is green light here too.. and overall is bad news as it can get
      2
      • Nice development yesterday, retested next and if hold we may see no more lower
        0
        • Oversold long time ago..beighton departure additional worrying feature..now all down to fcf
          1
          • Has this been oversold on short term challenges? This is the future of clothing retail and long term view should be taken on pricing tech based retailers
            3
            • Just bought a starter at 2325
              2
              • Added 2770.. anyone else?:)
                2
                • Seems you bought far too early!
                  0
                • Its going to be long winter:))
                  0
              • In 2010 Robertson was hedging against cotton madness so it didn't affected them much..hopefully Beighton is hedging now
                0
                • The is a fish here.
                  0
                  • Agree with Ken Laing but what is the BUY in level and look at Boohoo shocking
                    0
                    • If cotton's not stopping madness then we may go to 2000 :(
                      3
                      • 2700 is coming
                        2
                        • I didnt say it will stop there, 2300-2500 should be the bottom
                          0
                        • u was right about 2700
                          0
                        • 2800 should be the bottom
                          1
                      • This is going to be factor here too and reason for drop..shopping costs disruption with inflation..BOO just posted 26m extra cost so eps flat..if ASC can come up flat ain't that bad..
                        2
                        • I'd clocked that yesterday too when BOO got splattered. BOO had to restructure supply lines and has been piling up debt buying out other brands. Asos is a different story, amd inflation isn't just there problem, in fact any biz with a lower cost base will be more resilient in a high inflation environment.
                          0
                        • Darren M good point too... amount of FCF going to be a key..meanwhile we've got to rebound from anything below 3000 very quickly otherwise its going to be nasty
                          1
                        • Not sure that'll happen at the mo. We're now stuck in a general market rout. I don't think this is fundamental to Asos share price as we stand today, just following the indices lower.
                          1
                      • Who thinks the general direction is higher from here?
                        1
                        • Higher and tomorrow little glimpse from BOO update
                          0
                      • Deadcat bounce, the drop isnt over yet
                        2
                        • Added little more at 32..i think way overdone drop given finances and prospects
                          2
                          • Man..when this thing is going is going big..bought back 1x sales as usually stops there..it didn't this time..1/6 under the water..very defensive drop, 200ma on monthly 3000 looks like going there..
                            1
                            • 2500 is coming
                              2
                              • Forecast for Asos is sellI sold some asos yesterday and bought Ashtead which got into positive in 2 hrs. Overtime it will do good. Last time it dipped to around 3500 in April. It took 3 months to climb upto 5200.Patience works
                                0
                                • Reopening trade first
                                  0
                                  • Can someone please tell me why ASOS is dropping after such great news
                                    0
                                    • Depend how much you are up.. Im in since 44s so Im not moving.. potential 1bil revenue more from arcadia.. sooner or later run at all time highs
                                      0
                                      • Hold or sell?
                                        0
                                        • Looking a bit range bound now.
                                          0
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