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Symbol Name Time Trade Change % Chg Volume P/E Ratio EPS Mkt Cap
HOME.L Argos 16:36 GMT 151.90 +0.10 +0.07% 1464120 1308.62 0.116 1.215B

Latest Argos news

  • Half of Britons have a tablet

    The numbers were helped by the rise of budget tablets including Amazon's Kindle Fire, for which prices start at £199, Tesco's Hudl and Argos's £99 tablet. The last, as we reported, is now unavailable.
  • Argos capitulates in tablet wars

    Despite a blitz of publicity at its launch, high store shop Argos has now decked its MyTablet range.
  • Asus, Google, reveal new Nexus 7

    In the UK, the Nexus 7 will be available over the next couple of weeks from Google Play, Amazon, Argos, Asda, Currys, Carphone Warehouse, Ebuyer, John Lewis, PCWorld, Shop Direct, Sainsbury's and Tesco.
  • Apple returns policy most searched for over holidays

    Apple's policy was followed by Argos, Harrods, Debenhams, and Toys R Us respectively. Searches for returns policies were up 250 percent compared to the same time last year, but Christmas 2012 was also record breaking for online retail.
  • O2 turns scrooge on Xmas promo mess-up

    O2 ran a promotional offer around Christmas time on some of its phones. "£20 to spend as you like," it said, as a special treat for new customers signing up to its packages. The problem was the voucher customers got didn't work in-store - they had to go online to apply for it.
  • Britain is a nation of politically confused piles sufferers

    In the top food and drink section, Asda got the number one spot, indicating the UK's fondness for oven chips over actually cooking - recipes came in at number two. At the rear was that famous restaurant and grocers, Argos.
  • Botched software sinks London Ambulance Service

    While problems were affecting the software, the call staff were forced to resort to the “manual system for taking 999 calls”, which is fancy talk for an Argos mini-biro on the back of a fag packet.
  • EU TV regulations could save 14 nuclear reactors

    The rating system will be mandatory when the legislation is approved, but the Energy Saving Trust in the UK has convinced many retailers to adopt it ahead of schedule.
  • ESA uses kids' toy to plot flight paths

    Instead of whingeing about budgetary constraints, why on earth doesn't the Ministry of Defence equip our brave boys with this H M Armed Forces Ultimate Dress-Up Set from Argos? Cut the cost of the Civil List by housing the Queen in a bouncy castle?
  • MSI launches FX600 notebook

    The standard version of the notebook will be available to buy from Argos for £599.99 from early August.
  • Dell gets a slap on the wrist for extending payment time to suppliers

    The Forum has written to inform Dell it is being added to the Hall of Shame alongside other household names including Argos, United Biscuits and the brewer Carlsberg, all of which have been identified as poor payers.

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