JD Sports Fashion PLC (JD.L)

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27 May 2016
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JD Sports Fashion Plc is a United Kingdom-based is a multichannel retailer of sports fashion and outdoor brands in the United Kingdom and Europe. The principal activity of the Company is the retail of branded sports fashion wear and outdoor clothing and equipment. The Company operates through the Sports Fashion and outdoor... (more)


Beta: 0.56
Market Cap(Mil.): £2,522.62
Shares Outstanding(Mil.): 194.65
Dividend: 6.20
Yield (%): 0.55


UK retailer JD Sports' FY profit beats expectations

April 14 British retailer JD Sports Fashion Plc reported a 57 percent jump in full-year headline profit before tax and exceptional items, as sales of sports and fashion products continued to surge on the UK high street.

14 Apr 2016

BRIEF-JD Sports FY revenue rises 20 pct to 1.82 bln stg

* Headline profit before tax and exceptional items of 157.1 million stg (2015: 100 million stg) and group operating profit before exceptional items increasing by 56 pct to 158.9 million stg (2015: 102.2 million stg)

14 Apr 2016

Britain's JD Sports hits record-high after raising profit outlook

Jan 14 British retailer JD Sports Fashion Plc said it expects full-year profit above market expectations after a "very strong" Christmas, sending its shares to an all-time high.

14 Jan 2016

BRIEF-JD Sports sees FY headline pretax profit before items ahead of market expectations

* Like for like store sales in all core sports fashion fascias, including those in Europe, increasing by 10.6 pct in five weeks to Jan 2 2016

14 Jan 2016

JD Sports expects full-year profit to top estimates

Dec 3 British retailer JD Sports Fashion Plc said it expected full-year profit to exceed market expectations, helped by continued demand for its trainers and tracksuits.

03 Dec 2015

BRIEF-JD Sports forecasts FY profit ahead of market expectations

* Expects that headline profit before tax, exceptional items for current financial year is likely to exceed current market expectations of 125 mln stg by 10 mln Source text for Eikon: Further company coverage:

03 Dec 2015

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