DJS

David Jones (DJS)

Stock Code

DJS

Stock Exchange

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David Jones (DJS) is operating department stores in Australia, which provide a diversified range of international and local brands. DJS listed on the Australian Stock Exchange on November 27, 1995. The Company is primarily focused in retailing through department stores. It provides customers credit through the David Jones store card. The Company has its department stores operating in six Australian States, situated in New South Wales, Australian Capital Territory, Victoria, Queensland, South Australia and Western Australia.

David Jones First Half Results FY2012-13


Premium department store retailer, David Jones (ASX:DJS) has released its first half results for FY2012-13.

  • DJs Total sales for the 3 months to January 26 2013 (2nd quarter) fell to $590.1 million from $598.5 million from the previous corresponding period.
  • On like-for-like basis, excluding store openings and closures, sales were down 1.4 percent.

David Jones Q4 2012 Sales Down


Australian upmarket retailer David Jones (ASX:DJS) have announced its fourth quarter Q4 sales report.

  • Full year sales fell 4.6 percent to $1.868 billion.
  • Like-for-like sales dropped 4.3 percent compared to FY 2011.
  • Fourth Quarter (29 April to 28 July) sale fell to $455.8 million (down 1.3 percent.

Winners and Losers of Trading for Week 2


The year comes of with a rough start for some and a smooth for others as companies trade stocks for the second week of 2012. Here are the lists of the best and worst traded stocks in the ASX100, ASX200 and All Ordinaries in the Australian Securities Exchange for January 9-13, 2012.

Best Performing Trade Stocks ASX100 (XTO)

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Best and Worst Pre-Christmas Traded Stocks


Stocks went up and down before Christmas day arrived and this record shows to prove it. Below are list of the best and the worst traded stocks in ASX100, ASX200 and All Ordinaries of the Australian Stock Exchange in the 51st week of 2011, December 19 to 23, 2011.

Best Performing Trade Stocks ASX100 (XTO)

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Best and Worst Traded Stocks for Dec. 5-9


The list below is a record of the top ten best and worst traded stocks in the ASX100, ASX200, and All Ordinaries of the Australian Stock Exchange in the 49th week of 2011, from December 5 to 9, 2011.

Best Performing Trade Stocks ASX100 (XTO)

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  1. BlueScope Steel (BSL) closed its price at 43 cents adding $0.05 or 13.16%

David Jones Sales Declines 11% in 1Q12


Upmarket department store David Jones (DJS) announced earlier today its 11.2 per cent fall on its total sales revenue for the first quarter of the financial year to $414.3 million from the $466.6 million last year.

Sharemarket Events for Today


For Tuesday, October 4, 2011, there are still no floats, but there are three stocks that will go on ex-dividend and three companies that will hold their extraordinary general meeting.

Dividends

Major Retailers Seek Flexible Opening Hours


Major retailers – Harvey Norman (ASX:HVN) , David Jones (ASX:DJS) , Woolworths (ASX:WOW) , Coles – want to have their own operating hours except during holidays.

Winners of the Week ASX100


Winners of the week for the ASX100. These stocks increased their share price by the largest percentage on the Australian sharemarket, the Australian Stock Exchange (ASX) from the previous week of trading (15th week: 11th April to 15th April 2011). Stocks included in this list include: MYR, TAH, TSE, DJS, ILU, TEL, SEK, WES, WBC, CCL. Other lists of ASX companies by market capitalisation.

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