Watches of Switzerland Group/WOSG

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About Watches of Switzerland Group

Watches of Switzerland Group PLC is a retailer of watches in the United Kingdom, United States and Europe. The Company also offers jewelry, fashion and classic & luxury watches and a range of watch and jewelry aftercare services to its customers. The Company comprises five brands: Watches of Switzerland (UK and US), Mappin & Webb (UK), Goldsmiths (UK), Mayors (US) and Betteridge (US), with a complementary jewelry offering. The Watches of Switzerland Group has approximately 192 showrooms across the United Kingdom, United States and Europe including 77 dedicated mono-brand boutiques in partnership with Rolex, OMEGA, TAG Heuer, Breitling, TUDOR, Audemars Piguet, Grand Seiko, BVLGARI and FOPE and has a presence in Heathrow Airport with representation in Terminals 2, 3, 4 and 5 as well as seven retail websites.

Ticker

WOSG

Sector

Consumer Cyclicals

Trading on

LSE

Industry

Retail (Specialty)

CEO

Brian Duffy

Employees

2,643

Headquarters

Leicester, United Kingdom

WOSG Metrics

BasicAdvanced
£851.91M
Market cap
8.16
P/E ratio
£0.44
EPS
2.47
Beta
-
Dividend rate
£851.91M
2.46928
£9.00
£3.25
1.37M
1.687
0.365
92.303
102.288
12.947
6.86%
8.26%
22.14%
10.91%
8.159
0.554
1.652
2.722
6.966
8.61%
-8.14%
23.93%
516.66%

What the Analysts think about WOSG

Analyst Ratings

Majority rating from 12 analysts.
Buy

Price Targets

Average projection from 13 analysts.
54.21% upside
High £12.00
Low £3.70
£3.56
Current price
£5.49
Average price target

WOSG Financial Performance

Income StatementBalance sheetCash Flow

Income Statement

Revenues and expenses
6.17% profit margin
QuarterlyAnnual
Q2 24
QoQ growth
Revenue
£761.4M
-2.08%
Net income
£47M
-17.83%
Profit margin
6.17%
-16.05%

WOSG Earnings Performance

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Earnings per share (EPS)

Company profitability
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QuarterlyAnnual
Actual
Expected
Surprise
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FAQs

What’s the current market cap for Watches of Switzerland Group stock?

Watches of Switzerland Group (WOSG) has a market cap of £851.91M as of April 13, 2024.

What is the P/E ratio for Watches of Switzerland Group stock?

The price to earnings (P/E) ratio for Watches of Switzerland Group (WOSG) stock is 8.16 as of April 13, 2024.

Does Watches of Switzerland Group stock pay dividends?

No, Watches of Switzerland Group (WOSG) stock does not pay dividends to its shareholders as of April 13, 2024.

When is the next Watches of Switzerland Group dividend payment date?

Watches of Switzerland Group (WOSG) stock does not pay dividends to its shareholders.

What is the beta indicator for Watches of Switzerland Group?

Watches of Switzerland Group (WOSG) has a beta rating of 2.47. 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 Watches of Switzerland Group stock price target?

The target price for Watches of Switzerland Group (WOSG) stock is £5.49, which is 54.21% above the current price of £3.56. This is an average based on projections from 13 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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