LSE:ASC (ASOS)

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ASOS is one of the UK's largest online fashion retailers. It was founded in 2000, and joined AIM in 2001.

ASOS (LSE: ASC)
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2 bargain UK shares trading at less than book value

Book value is a great way to value a stock. These UK shares are trading at a price-to-book ratio of…

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Down 82% in a year, are ASOS shares the right buy now?

Jon Smith considers the drastic fall in ASOS shares over the past year, but notes why he thinks it could…

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Down 85%, here’s an unbelievably cheap UK share to buy

The stock market has not made pretty viewing in the past few months. Here's a UK share, down 85%, which…

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After ASOS shares fell 30%, are we looking at a no-brainer buy?

ASOS shares have been priced at lofty growth share valuations in recent years. But that's history now, and they might…

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At 900p, are ASOS shares a slam-dunk buy?

The ASOS share price has plummeted. Roland Head looks at what’s happening and wonders whether this online fashion retailer is…

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Has the ASOS share price bottomed?

After a massive fall, ASOS shares have started to edge back. Edward Sheldon discusses whether the stock has now bottomed.

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Is the falling ASOS share price NOW a bargain?

The ASOS share price has dropped again as investors fret over soaring inflation. Should I go against the herd and…

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Down 70%, I think this British stock is a ‘no-brainer’ buy

Whilst British stocks have outperformed other global indexes this year, this growth stock is an exception. But after falling 70%,…

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