Share Name Share Symbol Market Type Share ISIN Share Description
Dominos Pizza LSE:DOM London Ordinary Share GB00BYN59130 ORD 25/48P
  Price Change % Change Share Price Bid Price Offer Price High Price Low Price Open Price Shares Traded Last Trade
  -0.60p -0.18% 330.50p 330.00p 330.10p 331.70p 329.20p 331.50p 1,678,860 16:35:04
Industry Sector Turnover (m) Profit (m) EPS - Basic PE Ratio Market Cap (m)
Travel & Leisure 360.6 82.5 14.5 22.8 1,633.70

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Dominos Pizza Daily Update: Dominos Pizza is listed in the Travel & Leisure sector of the London Stock Exchange with ticker DOM. The last closing price for Dominos Pizza was 331.10p.
Dominos Pizza has a 4 week average price of 299.50p and a 12 week average price of 299.50p.
The 1 year high share price is 405.60p while the 1 year low share price is currently 297.79p.
There are currently 494,311,272 shares in issue and the average daily traded volume is 3,122,423 shares. The market capitalisation of Dominos Pizza is £1,633,698,753.96.
philanderer: Buying opportunity at Domino’s, says Numis Numis believes there is a buying opportunity at Domino’s Pizza (DOM) after a 20% fall in the shares. Analyst Richard Stuber retained his ‘buy’ recommendation and target price of 510p on the stock after share price falls following preliminary results in March. The shares were trading flat at 326p at the time of writing. The shares have fallen 20% since the results but Stuber said this correction was not justified. ‘Despite slowing like-for-like sales, we retain confidence in the cash generative, high return on capital employed model,’ he said. ‘We do not expect like-for-like to revert to double-digit growth, but we do expect system sales – the key sign of health – to remain in high single digit in line with the growth for the wider delivery market. We think this share price fall offers an attractive buying opportunity.’ HTTP://;utm_campaign=BulkEmail_Money_Daily#i=2
bighairyspider: The part that got me in the telegraph report was; " ... after the company reported like-for-like sales growth in the UK for the first nine weeks of its 2017 financial year was 3.9pc, down from 4.8pc in the final quarter of the 2016 financial year. This was partly down to the “disappointing” performance of its Winter Survival meal deal, which proved less popular with customers after the company removed a cookie, which formed the dessert part of the deal, from the offering." The share price drops 40p on the back of the Q1 figures, That's taking the biscuit. I don't mind saying I bought in at £3.20 after the drop. I'll be out at £3.50. Happy to claim the dividend in the meantime, and I too think the share price will regain a bit of ground fairly quickly, but struggle a bit more over the year.
huttonr: AA29 In general, I think that I agree with your views - the splits will be a drag initially but should come good after say 9/12 months. I see a problem in how the market will view the change in reporting from primarily UK quarterly figures to the mixture of rapidly(?) growing German plus not so rapidly growing UK figures. Probably adversely, I guess. So, I don't think I see the share price moving much higher than the current - perhaps a small bounce back from the drop - but perhaps then a more gentle rise?
philanderer: Chief Exec: David Wild, the Domino’s chief executive, said Pizza Hut was “very aggressive” in January and that consumers were more cautious about spending. “Looking forward, the UK consumer environment is more difficult,” he said. “Our research tells us that customers are worried about rising prices. They’re not worried about job security but they are worried about prices. Wild added that consumer “have seen things like petrol rise in price, they’re reading in the newspaper that food and energy prices are going up, and they’re factoring that into spending.” He said that Domino’s could gain from that because it “sits neatly in the middle” and could gain from customers opting for a takeaway rather than eating out. “This is a more value-conscious environment,” he added. Wild played down the large share price fall, saying shares had performed well over the past two weeks. “Share prices go up and down,” he said. “I think we’ve got to be careful about getting carried away by a very short period, just nine weeks.” HTTPS://
aa29: Share price was down 10+% when I posted
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philanderer: 'Credit Suisse retains appetite for Domino's Pizza, boosts target price' .....Analysts Tim Ramskill, Ed Birkin and Julia Pennington lifted their share price target from 1,100p to 1,210p. details: HTTP://
market sniper3: Domino’s Pizza Group PLC. 23.6% Potential Upside Indicated by Numis Posted by: Ruth Bannister 16th December 2015 Domino’s Pizza Group PLC. using EPIC/TICKER code LON:DOM has had its stock rating noted as ‘Reiterates217; with the recommendation being set at ‘BUY’ this morning by analysts at Numis. Domino’s Pizza Group PLC. are listed in the Consumer Services sector within UK Main Market. Numis have set their target price at 1200 GBX on its stock. This would indicate that the analyst believes there is a potential upside of 23.6% from the opening price of 970.5 GBX. Over the last 30 and 90 trading days the company share price has decreased 95.5 points and increased 79 points respectively. Domino’s Pizza Group PLC. LON:DOM has a 50 day moving average of 1,041.55 GBX and the 200 Day Moving Average price is recorded at 886.58 GBX. The 1 year high for the stock price is 1121 GBX while the 52 week low is 648 GBX. There are currently 171,130,650 shares in issue with the average daily volume traded being 221,434. Market capitalisation for LON:DOM is £1,695,288,696 GBP. Domino’s Pizza Group PLC. is a United Kingdom-based pizza delivery company. The Company operates in four geographical business segments, which include United Kingdom, Ireland, Germany and Switzerland. The Company operates approximately 894 stores across its four markets, of which 813 are in United Kingdom; 48 in Republic of Ireland; 22 in Germany, and 11 in Switzerland.
steeplejack: FT comment is more circumspect.Recognises growth prospects but wonders how long 15% pa growth can be sustained and stresses that Domino,the listed company,receives royalties from franchisees and as such is not "top of the tree".Also references to high multiple in mid twenties.The write up is a bit mealy mouthed frankly and although not written,is best summarised as a "hold" recommendation.No mention of Germany,which arguably,if turned round to profitability might sustain further upward leg in share price.
contrarian2investor: FromTheBlue, One as to trade to their own judgement. However if you look back historically as to how many shares the directors have had and have sold periodically. You will notice that DOM share price as always appreciated back above the share price of the previous share sales share price within a month or so. I remain comfortable that the share price will be above £5 very shortly. As a further counter to your point of discussion if the update next week is poor then the DOM director would not bring attention to himself by selling a week beforehand. Additionally DOM have always been open and straight with investors since coming to market, so I would not expect any negative surprises next week and only positive share price enhancing news. ---------------- Domino's Pizza share sale delivers Nigel Wray £9m A round-up of the biggest director deals today so far. 22 Sep 2010 - 16:34 Nigel Wray, the entrepreneur who sits on the board of Domino's Pizza, has sold more than £9m in shares in the pizza delivery company. He offloaded 2m shares at 470p a time, benefitting from a strong rise in the share price since his last big sale of shares. Back in June he pocketed nearly £17m as he sold 4.7m shares at 360p a go. Domino's has proved to be one of the most recession-proof stocks on the market, benefitting from people's tendency to seek small comforts as they cut back on more expensive luxuries. In July the company posted a 30% rise in half-year profits to £17m as revenues soared. Domino's has been rewarding its senior staff for the strong performance. It announced today that it has allocated more than 1.1m shares among chief executive Chris Moore, chief financial officer Lee Ginsberg and Gareth Franks, a director of the company's main operating subsidiary. Domino's Pizza is a spin-off of the US company of the same name. It operates about 550 stores in Britain and Ireland. Wray still has about 18.3m shares in Domino's, about 11.35% of the company. He also has stakes in several other companies, and is the chairman of Saracens Rugby Club. c2i
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