NEXT (LON:NXT) had its target price decreased by research analysts at Goldman Sachs Group from GBX 5,800 ($75.79) to GBX 4,800 ($62.72) in a research note issued on Friday. The brokerage presently has ...
Shares in Next (LON:NXT) have jumped this morning, ahead of the group’s trading update tomorrow when the blue-chip retailer is set to kick off the 2019 reporting season for FTSE 100 companies.
Next PLC (LON:NXT) is well placed to navigate the structural shift towards online and challenging markets as its strategy progresses, according to analysts at HSBC. HSBC raised its recommendation on t...
British clothing group Next settled a law suit over with fashion brand Scamp & Dude this morning, agreeing to pay the profits from any sales of a contested design to the label after claims that it cop...
Shares in Next (LON:NXT) have fallen deep into the red in today’s session, as the company revealed a fall in retail sales in the third quarter of the year. The group, however, nevertheless ...
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Greggs: Berenberg downgrades to hold with a target price of 1,225p.
Clothing retailer Next upgraded its profit guidance for the year on Thursday as it posted a rise in first-quarter sales thanks to unusually warm weather in recent weeks.
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Next chief executive Simon Wolfson's pay fell by more than a third for 2017 - a year he described as the most difficult faced by the company for a quarter of a century.
There was mixed news for retailers, pubs and restaurants on Tuesday as encouraging high street research was published by the British Retail Consortium but spending data from Barclaycard painted a more gloomy picture.
Retailers were among the big movers in London on Friday as Citi adjusted its ratings on several stocks as part of a broader note on European general retail.
Provident financial: Berenberg downgrades to sell with a target price of 550p.
RBS: Deutsche Bank upgrades to buy with a target price of 305p.
Profits fell at Next for the third year in a row in 2017 and are expected to fall again in 2018 as falling store sales and good online growth largely cancel each other out and the clothing retailer looks to "attack costs" and "defend sales and profitability".
More than 300 Next employees are claiming up to £30m in total in back pay from the clothing retail over the thousands of female staff they say are paid less than male counterparts.
Debenhams is negotiating to rent out space in its flagship department store to hot-desking company WeWork in a move to save costs.
Standard Life Aberdeen: Deutsche Bank upgrades to buy with a target price of 440p.
Next said on Tuesday that group operations director, Michael Law, plans to retire in July after 23 years with the retailer.
Next plc: RBC Capital Markets upgrades to outperform with a target price of 5,500p.