Share Name Share Symbol Market Type Share ISIN Share Description
Mitchells & Butlers LSE:MAB London Ordinary Share GB00B1FP6H53 ORD 8 13/24P
  Price Change % Change Share Price Bid Price Offer Price High Price Low Price Open Price Shares Traded Last Trade
  +1.50p +0.55% 274.90p 273.50p 274.00p 276.10p 268.30p 272.90p 266,536 16:35:07
Industry Sector Turnover (m) Profit (m) EPS - Basic PE Ratio Market Cap (m)
Travel & Leisure 2,101.0 126.0 25.0 11.0 1,138.43

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25/10/201616:53UNDERVALUED STOCK495
20/5/201611:47Mitchells Butler .Best rounded stock around. Good divi, pe and growth.92
22/9/201412:11Mitchells and Butlers Massive chart BREAKOUT above Ј3.0011
13/4/200617:1450p Dividend.177
27/11/200307:37On Monday1.12.031

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27/10/2016 17:01:40271.96301818.61NT
27/10/2016 17:01:24272.90719.10NT
27/10/2016 16:39:07274.905,67215,592.33NT
27/10/2016 16:35:07274.9077,243212,341.01UT
27/10/2016 16:29:57273.6025.47AT
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Mitchells & Butlers Daily Update: Mitchells & Butlers is listed in the Travel & Leisure sector of the London Stock Exchange with ticker MAB. The last closing price for Mitchells & Butlers was 273.40p.
Mitchells & Butlers has a 4 week average price of 277.04p and a 12 week average price of 266.85p.
The 1 year high share price is 365p while the 1 year low share price is currently 207p.
There are currently 414,124,294 shares in issue and the average daily traded volume is 326,297 shares. The market capitalisation of Mitchells & Butlers is £1,138,427,684.21.
togglebrush: Mitchell and Butlers share price has UNDER PERFORMED by 30 to 35% in Past Year against ' _________________Revenue pa Greene King_______1,315 m Marstons____________902 m Youngs A____________127 m ' For reference JDW_______________1,513 m MAB_______________2,100 m ' but following Orchid Group ("Orchid") takeover, including 173 predominantly freehold pubs, in June 2015 it deserves a re rating. Add in capital expenditure GBP162m (FY 2014: GBP162m), including 14 new site openings and 51 conversions reported in the Annual Report in November for year to end Sept 2015 together with a restored dividend ' Then there is the NEW CEO from September ... There is chance that the AGM trade update may give a lift to the share price ... Thursday will tell
ashbox: Good results at MARS being reflected in MAB share price today.....
togglebrush: Share Price is up over 3% and top of FTSE leader board ... It would appear the City liked the change of CEO ???
togglebrush: Share Price top so far today of FTSE 350 leader board when most of the market is falling. No RNS or news I can find yet which is interesting !!!
careful: good results. good to retain the divi. makes company stronger and increases share price. if you need the cash sell a few.
jeffian: I'm no great supporter of MAB but where is shanksaj coming from in post #334? That calculation bears no relation to any PER calc that I've ever seen used. The PER is the current share price divided by Earnings Per Share. It's completely arbitrary to add debt onto the share price. If debt, why not make a corresponding adjustment for assets? You can argue about how useful PER's are as an analytical tool but re-writing the rule book is cheating IMHO! btw, talking of debt, MAB's Net Asset Value (assets less debt) is around 268/share which gives some support to the current price. Darling of the retail sector, Next, whose shares trade at £24, has a NAV/share of 125p.....and most of its 'assets' are liabilities (leases)! Take your pick.
shanksaj: number of shares in issue 407m sp 317p market cap 1290m (say 1300m) debt 1900m market cap + debt = 3200m share price equivalent = 786p eps = 11.3p for 6 months, 22.6 estimate for year. PE ratio equivalent = 34.78 Hardly a bargain IMO.
hectorp: Very quiet... share looks dirt cheap, reasonable yield, I suppose as food and alchohol become more expensive at the same period as people are forced to tighten their outlays faced with rising costs and hosuing mortgage concerns, a major casualty could be the Inns and Diner type places. So far M&B have held up, but is much of this not in the share price anyhow.
wendsworth: chris1604: 'NEW' you might be but sure made an astute purchase with MAB at 424p ( I assume you meant that price !) . I do not have an up to date NAV for this share .Suffice to say that its cash throughput coupled with numerous potential 'brown field' development sites in urban areas makes this an attractive proposition at current share price level. Most of MAB's sites have car parks and therefore you're talking megabucks to a property developer. The market is down some 60 points whilst MAB is up some 15 - 20 points during the day . 'Word is' the company are to receive a further bid approach this time in the region of 550p . Is this the reason for today's move or the pending announcement of a new chairman?
sumo barry: Hello Careful, Here is a good resource with regard to the property loan hedge: If the market continues to move against their hedge then this will significanly pull down the share price. With hindsight (which is always 20:20) these chaps could have negotiated this hedge at the worst possible time. They look like mugs by having the hedge in place before the deal went ahead. Whilst I am no Warren Buffet or George Soros I must say that unless the credit markets start working again I think these shares could go well lower. The share price at a stellar £9.00 was based on speculation, not fundamatals, and now fundamentals are back in fashion and if the average man in the street reduces his beer consumption this one could go to back to more historical levels (approaching £3?) However if the credit markets get going again soon maybe this one will head back up. Personally I think it will go down further from here in the long term. Short term there could be a quick bounce. You pick your direction and take your chance!!
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