Next/NXT

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About Next

NEXT plc is a United Kingdom-based company, which is engaged in the retail selling of clothing, homeware, and beauty products. The Company’s segments include NEXT Online, NEXT Finance, NEXT Retail, Total Platform, Joules, Property Management, and International Retail, Sourcing and other. NEXT Online segment includes NEXT Brand UK, LABEL, and Overseas. Its product ranges stretch from women's clothing through to upholstery. Its stores support its online customers by facilitating the collection of orders and processing of returns. Its Total Platform brands include JoJo Maman Bebe, MADE.com and Joules, among others. The Property Management segment holds properties and property leases which are recharged to other segments and external parties. The International Retail, Sourcing and other segment comprises franchise and wholly owned stores overseas and its sourcing business. International online sales are included in the NEXT Online segment.

Ticker

NXT

Sector

Consumer Cyclicals

Trading on

LSE

Industry

Retail (Apparel)

CEO

Simon Adam Wolfson Of Aspley Guise

Employees

31,947

Headquarters

Leicester, United Kingdom

Next Metrics

BasicAdvanced
£11.59B
Market cap
13.78
P/E ratio
£6.56
EPS
1.54
Beta
£2.07
Dividend rate
2.29%
Dividend yield
£11.59B
1.53926
£93.20
£63.34
435.02K
£2.07
1.965
1.348
111.793
126.774
32.82%
16
13.49%
18.39%
60.04%
25.67%
13.782
2.111
7.622
15.357
12.761
1.61%
2.29%
2.29%
9.08%
14.87%
15.82%
43.51%

What the Analysts think about Next

Analyst Ratings

Majority rating from 22 analysts.
Hold

Price Targets

Average projection from 19 analysts.
3.74% downside
High £107.00
Low £57.00
£89.50
Current price
£86.15
Average price target

Next Financial Performance

Income StatementBalance sheetCash Flow

Income Statement

Revenues and expenses
16.27% profit margin
QuarterlyAnnual
Q4 24
QoQ growth
Revenue
£2.97B
18.19%
Net income
£484M
52.06%
Profit margin
16.27%
28.72%

Next Earnings Performance

Earnings per share (EPS)

Company profitability
Beat by 27.1%
QuarterlyAnnual
Q3 23
Q1 23
Q3 24
Q1 24
Q3 25
Actual
£2.61
£3.10
£2.63
£3.93
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Expected
£2.75
£3.02
£2.52
£3.09
£2.83
Surprise
-5.03%
2.65%
4.06%
27.1%
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FAQs

What’s the current market cap for Next stock?

Next (NXT) has a market cap of £11.59B as of April 15, 2024.

What is the P/E ratio for Next stock?

The price to earnings (P/E) ratio for Next (NXT) stock is 13.78 as of April 15, 2024.

Does Next stock pay dividends?

Yes, the Next (NXT) stock pays dividends to shareholders. As of April 15, 2024, the dividend rate is £2.07 and the yield is 2.29%. Next has a payout ratio of 32.82% on a trailing twelve-month basis.

When is the next Next dividend payment date?

The next Next (NXT) dividend payment is scheduled for August 01, 2024.

What is the beta indicator for Next?

Next (NXT) has a beta rating of 1.54. This means that it is more volatile than the market, on average. A beta of 1 would indicate the stock moves in-line with the market, while a beta of 2 would indicate the stock moves twice as much as the market.

What is the Next stock price target?

The target price for Next (NXT) stock is £86.15, which is 3.74% below the current price of £89.5. This is an average based on projections from 19 analysts, and represents their view of what the stock price could be in 12 or 18 months. This should not be seen as investment advice - Lightyear does not carry out investment research.

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