The Outlook For Dixons

Published in Investing on 1 December 2012

Andy Paul and Nate Weisshaar take a sideways glance at bricks-and-mortar electronic goods shops on the high street.

Andy Paul and Nate Weisshaar discuss why Comet's demise may not mean easy sailing for Dixons (LSE: DXNS), as high-street retailers continue to struggle against growing competition. Companies mentioned in this video include Tesco (LSE: TSCO).

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CockneyRebel 01 Dec 2012 , 1:35pm

Absolutely clueless - completely ill informed dumb comment. If anybody wants to get a true picture of the cracking recovery at Dixons and how they're competing, watch the Dixons Investor Presentation from this weeks results - here:

http://streamstudio.world-television.com/CCUIv3/frameset.aspx?ticket=591-598-12144&target=en-default-&status=ondemand&browser=ns-0-0-0-11-0&stream=flash-audio-32

If you don't know what you're talking about don't bother speaking imo.

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