Share Name Share Symbol Market Type Share ISIN Share Description
Marstons LSE:MARS London Ordinary Share GB00B1JQDM80 ORD 7.375P
  Price Change % Change Share Price Bid Price Offer Price High Price Low Price Open Price Shares Traded Last Trade
  -1.00p -0.70% 141.80p 141.80p 141.90p 144.20p 141.80p 143.20p 334,553 10:22:40
Industry Sector Turnover (m) Profit (m) EPS - Basic PE Ratio Market Cap (m)
Travel & Leisure 905.8 80.8 12.7 11.2 815.42

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13/4/201715:48Marstons...time to buy???1,972.00
08/8/201110:39Is there Life on MARS?88.00
24/5/200816:48MARS - The Iceman Cometh3.00
04/1/200810:34Marstons (was Wolv. & Dudley)24.00

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Marstons Daily Update: Marstons is listed in the Travel & Leisure sector of the London Stock Exchange with ticker MARS. The last closing price for Marstons was 142.80p.
Marstons has a 4 week average price of 131.90p and a 12 week average price of 130.40p.
The 1 year high share price is 157.60p while the 1 year low share price is currently 126.80p.
There are currently 575,049,129 shares in issue and the average daily traded volume is 2,341,348 shares. The market capitalisation of Marstons is £817,719,861.44.
lord gnome: Two votes of support then, Skinny. Hopefully someone will take notice and give the share price a lift.
maffoo: The pubs seem hugely popular in my hometown of Manchester, but where I live now, in Bristol, they are pretty much non-existent. The closest thing is a single Pitcher & Piano in the city centre (which is not my glass of Prosecco, but seems quite popular and people seem to splash out a lot there). I hope the share price will bounce back up to ~150 at some point; it appears to have plateaued/squeezed a bit in the past three months or so. It's a massively slow moving one at any rate! I've been putting some US tech stocks into my portfolio recently and seeing the difference between their minute-by-minute mosquito-like movements and this one that's like a salted slug is quite funny. The dividend is definitely very nice, however. I think the question is what kind of direction we see it moving in. If the slow uptrend continues and it's hitting the 180s by 2020, I'll be a happy bunny.
r ball: the share price is a reflection of expectations. On the plus side we have lower increase in minimum wage, increasing profits, reduced pension deficit etc,. on the downside we have subdued wage growth, possible interest rate rises, revaluation of estate downwards etc. Its difficult to know what weight the analysts place on these things but they tend to come out in the wash on a long term trend i.e. 5+ years. Solid hold for dividend.
spacecake: Looking at the share price your would think the nation has gone tea total
speedsgh: True, but worth bearing in mind that much of the profit made these days comes from food sold in pubs, not the drink. Current share price weakness is partly a reflection of the uncertainty as to whether consumers will start tightening the purse strings + eating/drinking out less. I'm undecided as to the likelihood of such an eventuality but the Brexit vote has created this uncertainty. Aimho
jeffian: If you're a trader, this share is a bore and it always will be. If you want to tuck it away long term, as I have done in my SIPP, and live off the divis while the share price looks after itself, it fits the bill. Horses for courses.
spacecake: The share price has gone nowhere for three years, until the company gets stuck into a serious debt reduction plan and get back to positive free cash flow the share price will continue it's sideways direction.
rmillaree: I am a fairly newish holder - having bought in after the last rights issue when the share price was at a much lower level than where they are at now. To my mind management haven't done much wrong that i can see with the somewhat limited deck of playing cards they have at their disposal - at the moment some may say its investing to stand still but if they are growing profits , improving the standard of their estate and debt is reducing (adjusted for inflation) or staying static whilst managing to pay a reasonable divi - thats not a bad result in an what i presume is overall declining market (beer sales in pubs) Not being around at the time i can't really comment on what went on previously but they weren't the only company directors caught with their trooosers down when the recession hit.
luderitz: What go's round comes round Martin, as long as they don't knock them down it doesn't rule out a return to their former use. In the meantime probably good news for MARS share price.
08:47 Share price has climbed 22% in 20 weeks since the May results. Nothing much in this statement to excite a further immediate rise I guess.
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