Naked Wines PLC (WINEW)

London
345.20
+10.00(+2.98%)
  • Volume:
    219,119
  • Bid/Ask:
    0.00/0.00
  • Day's Range:
    328.00 - 351.20

WINEW Overview

Prev. Close
335.2
Day's Range
328-351.2
Revenue
342.46M
Open
331
52 wk Range
320.2-895
EPS
-0.01
Volume
219,119
Market Cap
253.54M
Dividend (Yield)
N/A
(N/A)
Average Volume (3m)
233,515
P/E Ratio
-
Beta
0.73
1-Year Change
-59.39%
Shares Outstanding
73,448,270
Next Earnings Date
08 Jun 2022
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Naked Wines PLC Analysis

Naked Wines PLC Company Profile

Naked Wines PLC Company Profile

Naked Wines PLC, formerly Majestic Wine PLC, is a United Kingdom-based company that operates in the wine industry. The Company funds independent winemakers, who make exclusive wines. It operates through it's Naked Wines segment. The Naked Wines segment is a customer funded international online wine retailer. It's subsidiaries include Naked Wines International and Nakedwines.com Inc.

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  • 385p up 16% drink and Net sales what can go wrong, nw on my watch list
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    • Lots of words in their anual report. Headline sales increase by 68% (or +£137m), but statutory loss increases from £5m to £10m with commensurate reduction in net assets from £113m to £103m. Profection for y21 is further 7.5-10% sales growth.Not persuaded these figures warrant a circa 10% retreat in share price from approx 800 to 715. Now down almost 1/5 from April highs of around 890. Is this a buying opportunity? Thoughts?
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