Halfords Group PLC (HFD)

215.00
+3.00(+1.42%)
  • Volume:
    212,618
  • Bid/Ask:
    0.00/0.00
  • Day's Range:
    212.80 - 217.00

HFD Overview

Prev. Close
212
Day's Range
212.8-217
Revenue
1.35B
Open
215
52 wk Range
207.6-441.8
EPS
0.3
Volume
212,618
Market Cap
467.18M
Dividend (Yield)
0.05
(3.72%)
Average Volume (3m)
612,020
P/E Ratio
7.16
Beta
1.82
1-Year Change
-44.82%
Shares Outstanding
217,291,635
Next Earnings Date
14 Jun 2022
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Halfords Group PLC Company Profile

Halfords Group PLC Company Profile

Halfords Group plc is a United Kingdom-based provider of motoring and cycling products and services. The Company is engaged in motoring and cycling products and services, providing its customers with the convenience of approximately 900 fixed and mobile locations. The Company operates through two segments: Retail and Autocentres. Its Retail segment operates both in the United Kingdom and Republic of Ireland. Its Autocentres segment operates solely in the United Kingdom. The Company offers various services, including retail cycling services, autocentres/mobile expert and retail motoring services. The Company’s products include mainstream cycling products, performance cycling and motoring products.

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  • too fat for the market cap, shoud be dropping further! target 250p?
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    • yearly Charts looks bullish ...
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      • one of the few companies that actually turns a profit during nationwide lockdown. OverSold!
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      • The share price is now above pre virus levels. Their latest up date said sales in April were down 28% and they could not give any forward guidance. How can a business with a relatively constant cost level and sales down 28% be worth more?  These markets are crazy in their optimism
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