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Supergroup’s Lastest Interims

Prices in Supergroup - the High Street fashion retailer - are testing 24 month highs on the back of their interim results released on the 12th December. For those of you new to the world of Supergroup, they're the company behind the Superdry and CULT brands. Here'a a little blurb from the Superdry website: Inspired by a trip to Tokyo in 2003, Superdry fuses design influences from Japanese graphics and vintage Americana, with the values of British tailoring. The result – unique urban clothing, with incredible branding and an unrivalled level of detailing. Such distinctiveness has gained the brand exclusive appeal, as well...

Supergroup Hits 12 Month Highs

A retailer sells more product over Christmas, it releases a statment to that effect, the price of its stock goes up. It's investing Utopia. But how often does it happen just like that in reality? Read on my sceptical friends...

SuperGroup – That’s the Clothing Retailer

Use the word Supergroup around someone of my age and it'll no doubt conjure up images of men in sequined spandex with substantial bouffants strutting around stage, backed by a tottering stack of Marshalls the height of a housing estate. Even the Google alert I've set up to track any newsworthy online utterings of the term 'Supergroup' tends to return more headlines on wannabe rockers than a certain UK clothing retailer. But I digress. Usually I digress. The Supergroup to which this article refers is in fact Supergroup PLC. A nifty little FTSE 350 company that sells clothing under a number of brands...