Jefferies expects recovery in Next’s half-year sales
Analysts retain ‘hold’ stance and trim valuation amid UK economic uncertainty
Next shares down even as group reports rise in sales
ShoreCap sees Next as ‘fairly valued’ last month
Analysts retain ‘hold’ rating on stock
Group benefits from warm weather
Jefferies continues to see Next as ‘hold’
Analysts say group working on ‘many interesting’ developmentsMarch 2018
Next shares rise as investors digest full-year results
Retailer’s total sales fallMarch 2018
Jefferies sees Next as a ‘hold’
Analysts argue unfavourable weather will impact groupMarch 2018
Next shares in demand as RBC lifts stance
Analysts point to improved sales outlookJanuary 2018
Next shares in demand after Christmas statement
Company benefits from colder weatherJanuary 2018
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Next share price edges lower as retailer faces £22.4m tax bill
Next found liable for £22.4m in taxes by HMRCMay 2015
Next share price underpinned by rating upgrade
Nomura cites retailer’s ‘multiple opportunities to grow’September 2015
Next share price: CEO under fire over wage comments
Simon Wolfson slammed for declaring £6.70-an-hour is enough to live onMarch 2015
Next share price jumps as Q1 sales top guidance
Shares in Next have been in demand in morning trade today with the UK’s second-largest clothing retailer posting an upbeat quarterly update.April 2015
Next shares rally on JPMorgan upgrade
Shares in Next have rallied in today’s session, benefitting from an upgrade to ‘overweight’ at JPMorgan ahead of the London-listed company’s trading update due out later this month.April 2015
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About NEXT plc
NEXT Plc. (LON:NXT) is a multinational retailer offering products in clothing, footwear, accessories and home products. It is the largest clothing retailer by sales in the United Kingdom, having overtaken Marks & Spencer in early 2012.
The company is headquartered in Enderby, United Kingdom and trades from more than 500 stores in the UK and Ireland and almost 200 stores in more than 30 countries in continental Europe, Asia and the Middle East. The company distributes through three main channels: NEXT Retail, NEXT Directory and NEXT International. Its other businesses include NEXT Sourcing, which designs, sources and buys NEXT branded products, and Lipsy, which designs and sells its own branded fashion products to a target market of younger women.
The NEXT retail chain was launched in February 1982. Online shopping was introduced in 1999 and currently customers in around 60 countries outside the UK can shop from NEXT on the internet.
NEXT is listed on the London Stock Exchange and is a constituent of the FTSE 100 Index.