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|DP Poland Plc's buy rating reiterated at Peel Hunt. GBX 75 PT. www.marketbeat.com/r/743895 $DPP #DPP via @RatingsNetwork|
|For the year ended 31 December 2015 the 4 corporate stores being sold recorded an EBITDA loss of PLN197k equivalent to GBP34k, at an exchange rate of PLN5.77:GBP1. Total consideration payable to DP Poland for the transactions is the net book value of PLN1,794k, equivalent to GBP347k at an exchange rate of PLN5.17:GBP1.|
|LBO, have you still got your wallet in your pocket, you've missed another rise!
Do everyone a favour, post something that's relevant or don't bother, you're beginning to look very desperate.
This Company can do no wrong and today was another step closer to the brokers .75p target price.|
|Trading statement due 11th Feb (11 weeks). That will give the share price another push|
|which one is that remark?|
|What delicious twist will the polish chefs add to this classic Italian dish?|
Sphinx is the largest casual-dining chain in Poland, boasting 93 units. The parent company also owns 10-unit Chlopskie Jadlo, which offers traditional Polish food, and a six-unit Asian chain called Wook. Founded in 1995 by Tomasz Morawski, Sfinks had a fraught financial history until Sylvester Cacek, a banker and investor, became the largest individual shareholder after buying roughly 19 percent of the stock in 2009.
Last year, annual revenue climbed 3 percent, to 176.6 million zloty ($58.4 million), say company officials. Gross earnings grew 16.5 percent, to 11.8 million zloty ($3.9 million).|
You've got the wrong thread !!!!!
Or are M and S doing takeaway pizza!!|
|just planning a trip to Poland to try the renowned polish pizza, which dominos outlet has the best reputation and which toppings should I go for?
pretty excited to be contemplating such a trip and for a foodie like me, this should be a real adventure.
|Anyone got any news that is current?
Or has anything to do with DPP?
Or all the above!!!|
|Am off to Poland in February, can't wait to see the stores and use the service etc.
I've taken some chips off the table (my average purchase is 22p), but I still see this re-rating.|
|silverlandfinance,the 'trade and receivables' £1.025m is mostly loans to sub-franchisees,as outlined in the annual report and the recent placing document.
Some of the current asset 'trade and receivables'[£500k] will be money owed by sub-franchisees on normal trade terms for ingredients etc supplied by the central commissary.|
|Yeah I agree some odd accounting going on here|
Email the Company, don't ask complete strangers|
|I am new to this share.
Can anyone explain, in respect of the interim accounts to 30/6/16, why are the gross profits after direct costs(£213733) so low as they represent only 7.2% of turnover.
Also, why are the trade and other receivables so high at £1.025m when the turnover is only £2.96m and this is a cash business?|
|Watching bloomberg the other day and they were talking about how Domino in the US is using social media successfully and how Domino in the US is rated on par with IT stocks at a PE of over 40. They are gaining market share on the other pizza companies. My guess is that the Domino Pizza "family" share their technology, experiences and learning on a worldwide basis so am happy holding DPP. May look to buy more anytime now as looks like breaking out....|
|They will hopefully go the same way as DOM; bought them a few years ago @ 26p|
|There will be no news until february with the trading update due then.
Stefan. I certainly feel you will have your 75p by then|
|And they could run out of tomato sauce!!!
75p soon, well in the next few months anyway|