Last 206.20 GBp
Change Today +0.50 / 0.24%
Volume 329.4K
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home retail group (HOME) Snapshot

Open
209.70 GBp
Previous Close
205.70 GBp
Day High
209.70 GBp
Day Low
205.80 GBp
52 Week High
03/19/14 - 225.20 GBp
52 Week Low
10/13/14 - 157.10 GBp
Market Cap
1.7B
Average Volume 10 Days
2.2M
EPS TTM
0.07 GBp
Shares Outstanding
813.4M
EX-Date
11/13/14
P/E TM
30.3x
Dividend
3.67 GBp
Dividend Yield
1.78%
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home retail group (HOME) Details

Home Retail Group plc operates as a home and general merchandise retailer primarily in the United Kingdom and the Republic of Ireland. It operates through three segments: Argos, Homebase, and Financial Services. The company offers consumer electronics under the Bush and Alba brands; toys under the Chad Valley brand name; furniture under the Schreiber and Hygena brands; and homebase products under the name of Habitat, Odina, Qualcast, and Laura Ashley brands. It also provides video gaming, Android platform-based tablets, domestic appliances, and seasonal products; and DIY, decorating, home, and garden products, as well as offers installation services for its products. In addition, the company provides a range of credit and insurance products to customers. The company operates approximately 1,057 stores, including 734 Argos stores and 336 Homebase stores. Home Retail Group plc was founded in 1964 and is headquartered in Central Milton Keynes, the United Kingdom.

47,000 Employees
Last Reported Date: 06/3/14
Founded in 1964

home retail group (HOME) Top Compensated Officers

Finance Director and Executive Director
Total Annual Compensation: 941.0K GBP
Compensation as of Fiscal Year 2014.

home retail group (HOME) Key Developments

B&M Retail In Talks To Acquire Home Retail Stores

B&M Retail Limited has held talks with Home Retail Group plc (LSE:HOME) to buy surplus stores being auctioned. Sir Terry Leahy, Chairman of B&M Retail, said that it was in active talks with six different retailers to buy stores and expand beyond its B&M shops. Home Retail has said it wants to shed some of its stores.

B&M Reportedly In Talks To Buy Homebase Stores

B&M Retail Limited is in talks with Home Retail Group plc (LSE:HOME) (HRG) to buy a substantial number of its Homebase do-it-yourself (DIY) stores, Reuters reported citing Sky News.to buy dozens of its Homebase do-it-yourself (DIY) stores. B&M declined to comment. Homebase was not immediately available for comment.

Private Equity Firms Reportedly Eyeing Home Retail Group

Home Retail Group plc (LSE:HOME) has been approached by at least one private equity firm in a possible bid., DAILY MAIL (London) reported citing sources.

 

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Valuation HOME Industry Range
Price/Earnings 30.7x
Price/Sales 0.3x
Price/Book 0.6x
Price/Cash Flow 30.8x
TEV/Sales 0.3x
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