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sasguru
4th May 2017, 21:36
March 2016

https://www.drapersonline.com/news/nexts-lord-wolfson-business-is-better-outside-europe/7005464.article


March 2017

Is Next plc’s 40% share price slump set to continue? | The Motley Fool UK (http://www.fool.co.uk/investing/2017/03/23/is-next-plcs-40-share-price-slump-set-to-continue/)

"Next blamed the annual fall in profits — its first decline for eight years — on a change in consumer spending away from clothing, following the weakness of sterling. "


Doh!

Fronttoback
4th May 2017, 21:40
March 2016

https://www.drapersonline.com/news/nexts-lord-wolfson-business-is-better-outside-europe/7005464.article


April 2017

Is Next plc’s 40% share price slump set to continue? | The Motley Fool UK (http://www.fool.co.uk/investing/2017/03/23/is-next-plcs-40-share-price-slump-set-to-continue/)

"Next blamed the annual fall in profits — its first decline for eight years — on a change in consumer spending away from clothing, following the weakness of sterling. "


Doh!

If you get up every day and say "it's going to rain today".. one day you will be right. That doesn't make you a meteorologist.

sasguru
4th May 2017, 21:41
If you get up every day and say "it's going to rain today".. one day you will be right. That doesn't make you a meteorologist.

So this guy who's the boss of Next did exactly the opposite.
Not terribly bright are you?

shaunbhoy
4th May 2017, 21:42
If you get up every day and say "it's going to rain today".. one day you will be right. That doesn't make you a meteorologist.

But it DOES make him a tedious, repetitive, simple-minded dimwit.

sasguru
4th May 2017, 21:43
But it DOES make him a tedious, repetitive, simple-minded dimwit.

You're projecting again, fat boy.

sasguru
4th May 2017, 21:44
Anyway this thread is going to be part of a series where I present the evidence - make of it what you will.

Fronttoback
4th May 2017, 22:00
Anyway this thread is going to be part of a series where I present the evidence - make of it what you will.

You present the series piece by piece and slowly we realise you are doing a jigsaw. And the final picture is the emperor with no clothes on.