How to buy Topshop shares | 353.6p

Invest in Topshop by buying Asos shares in just a few minutes.

Topshop is a fashion retailer that sells women's clothing, shoes, beauty products and accessories. It used to be owned by Arcadia Group, which went into administration in November 2020. The company had 510 stores worldwide. In February 2021, the Topshop brand was bought by ASOS along with Topman, Miss Selfridge and HIIT. It kept 300 employees, but did not keep any of the stores.

What companies does ASOS own?

As well as Topshop, ASOS owns:

  • ASOS.com Limited
  • Topman
  • Miss Selfridge
  • HIIT

This means that if you choose to invest in Topshop by buying shares in ASOS, then you’ll be investing in the others that it owns as well. You should keep tabs on what each of these companies is up to, and research them prior to investing.

Can I buy Topshop shares?

While you can't invest directly in Topshop, you can buy Asos shares, which is the company that owns Topshop. Asos is listed on the LSE with stock code ASC.LSE the current share price is 353.6p (25 minute delay).

Topshop is owned by Asos (ASC) a leading Internet & Direct Marketing Retail business based in the UK. It opened the day at 362.8p, after a previous close of 361p. During the day the price has varied from a low of 347p to a high of 362.8p. The latest price was 353.6p (25 minute delay). Topshop (ASC) is listed on the LSE and employs 3042 staff. All prices are listed in Pence sterling.

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  2. Open your account. You’ll need your ID, bank details and national insurance number.
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  4. Search the platform for stock code: ASC in this case.
  5. Research Topshop (Asos) shares. The platform should provide the latest information available.
  6. Buy your Topshop (Asos) shares. It's that simple.

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Information last updated 2024-06-15.
Open362.8pPrevious close361p
High362.8pChange-7.4p
Low347pChange %-2.0499%
Close353.6pTimestamp2024-06-14
Volume260410GMT offset0
IndustryInternet RetailCurrency symbolp
CodeASCCountry nameUK
TypeCommon StockCountry ISOGB
NameASOS PlcISINGB0030927254
ExchangeLSECUSIPN/A
Currency codeGBXSectorConsumer Cyclical
Currency namePence sterlingFull-time employees3042

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Why invest in PrettyLittleThing?

Topshop was a recognisable high street brand, with more than 500 stores worldwide. It’s launched a series of collections with designer brands, such as one with Red or Dead in 1994. iN 2007, Kate Moss designed a collection for the brand, and in 2014, Beyoncé launched an activewear brand called Ivy Park with the company.

ASOS sells more than 850 brands online and ships to 196 countries worldwide. It outbid Next, Frasers Group and JD Sports when purchasing Topshop, Topman, Miss Selfridge and HIIT. It has partnered with DPD to let its shoppers donate unwanted clothing to charity.

An overview of Asos the parent company of Topshop

ASOS Plc operates as an online fashion retailer in the United Kingdom, the United States, Australia, France, Germany, Spain, Italy, Sweden, the Netherlands, Denmark, Poland, and internationally. It offers womenswear and menswear products. The company sells its products under the ASOS Design, ASOS Edition, ASOS Luxe, ASOS 4505, Collusion, Reclaimed Vintage, Topshop, Topman, Miss Selfridge, HIIT, AsYou, Dark Future, UNRVLLD/SPPLY, Crooked Tongues, Daysocial, Actual, and Weekend Collective brands, as well as through third-party brands. It is also involved in the employer of marketing staff and payment processing businesses, as well as acts as a vehicle for issue of convertible bonds. ASOS Plc was incorporated in 2000 and is headquartered in London, the United Kingdom.

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