Share Name Share Symbol Market Type Share ISIN Share Description
DP Poland LSE:DPP London Ordinary Share GB00B3Q74M51 ORD 0.5P
  Price Change % Change Share Price Bid Price Offer Price High Price Low Price Open Price Shares Traded Last Trade
  -0.50p -0.98% 50.50p 50.00p 51.00p 51.00p 50.50p 51.00p 45,976 14:25:46
Industry Sector Turnover (m) Profit (m) EPS - Basic PE Ratio Market Cap (m)
Travel & Leisure 7.6 -2.5 -1.9 - 69.29

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DP Poland Daily Update: DP Poland is listed in the Travel & Leisure sector of the London Stock Exchange with ticker DPP. The last closing price for DP Poland was 51p.
DP Poland has a 4 week average price of 46p and a 12 week average price of 46p.
The 1 year high share price is 60.50p while the 1 year low share price is currently 25.13p.
There are currently 137,215,112 shares in issue and the average daily traded volume is 141,462 shares. The market capitalisation of DP Poland is £69,293,631.56.
a1samu: after the rights issue all of a sudden the market capitalisation shot up to £75M with no benefit to ordinary shareholders. The price is going to be 75p at some indeterminable future time, but how many more rights issues will take place in the meantime and what MC will be the result, which then will mean that the company will have to make larger and larger profits, just to stand still. in any case, action and reaction will mean that the share price will retreat before it will reach any magic number, like the 75p, and at the same time all sorts of things could go wrong like the polish accountant running of with the rights issue proceedings, never to be heard from ever again.
a1samu: opportunistic lot, which I hope bodes well for the shareholders in continuing with these offers of new shares. is this the only company that manages to raise 5%+ of its capital and its share price goes up?
stefanzygmunt: Long growth runway In half-year results announced this morning, management said store opening momentum continues to build, with six stores opened in the year-to-date, taking the total to 29 stores. Strong like-for-like performance of existing stores (+28%), plus the contribution of new stores saw total retail sales (corporate and sub-franchised locations) up by 57% from H1 2015. A rapidly growing store estate requires considerable investment in property and people, and DP Poland will be lossmaking for some years yet as a result of this upfront investment. This is a normal situation for a franchise rollout from scratch. In time, costs reduce as a percentage of sales and the company starts generating profits. Generally speaking, I'm not too enamoured of lossmaking businesses. However, Domino's Pizza has proven itself to be a highly successful brand in many countries and the indications are that Poland will be no different. The company's annualised revenues are currently under £6m, and with Poland's population of 38.5m there a long growth runway ahead based on Domino's revenue per capita in more mature markets. On this basis, I don't see a current valuation of 11 times sales at a share price of 50p as prohibitive for long-term investors.
stefanzygmunt: What it’s worth… DP Poland has enjoyed a solid 2016 with the share price more than doubling in the year so far. The stock currently sits around the 50p mark, which gives DP Poland a market value of around £65mln. Peel Hunt says that there is still some headroom for share price growth however, and thinks it can add as much as another 50%. The broker has reinstated its target price of 75p, adding that trading momentum should “drive the share price further ahead”.
hybrasil: I was wrong again (Nothing will happen). Share price taken to a new 3 year high of 39p bid
maiken: I've no idea when an issue will come.I just said I think there will be one.It will likely come whenever the going is good re: share price and market conditions.They won't want to leave it to the last minute when all the cash is gone. By the way,don't rule out the possibility they might also want cash to help finance early franchisees.
maiken: there probably will be another equity issue but the signs are now there in revenue growth that DPP could be very successful in years to come.The share price has responded accordingly and another placing should be both at a much higher price than the last and at a much smaller discount .As such it would be much less dilutive.In as much as expectation of a placing is a drag on the shares it might even be good to get it out of the way.
tromso1: Director just bought £99k worth
guernseymoney: Hybrasil My bad, the June 2015 interim a/c were out of date. They have raised; IPO: £15.6m Circular @15p: £10.5m Circular @15.8p: £5.5m On the subsequent fundraises, am not sure they are going for such small, incremental amounts, it's confusing and costly, particularly when they know cash burn is going to mean other funding. Agreed that the stock market is there to raise capital, but.... DPP IPO'ed with 19m shares in issue, it now has 138m in issue. Capital raise = dilution. No shareholder wants dilution, surely? If you held 1 share back in 2011, that was one share out of 19m or so (per the FS back in 2011). If you held 1 share today, that is one share out of 138m! i.e. EPS is massively diluted and the value of your share is something like 1/7th of what it was before the additional cap raise(s). If DPP, raise more money, then the EPS value of your share gets even lower..... So, taking things to market cap = 138m x 26p, values the company at £35.8m. Had there not been a dilution, the market would presumably still value the company at £35.8m, but the share price each of the 19m shares in issue(as opposed to 138m shares now in issue following dilution), would be £1.89 a share! I hold and like DPP, but am worried about further dilution - ergo the risk that my current shareholding becomes less and less valuable as the company strives to meet operating/expansion costs.
lbo: Jakleeds I suggest you look into another failure called global brands SA which was involved in the Dominoes franchise in Europe. It too was listed on AIM but all its share price did in the end was collapse.
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