Share Name Share Symbol Market Type Share ISIN Share Description
Peel Hotels LSE:PHO London Ordinary Share GB0002583606 ORD 10P
  Price Change % Change Share Price Bid Price Offer Price High Price Low Price Open Price Shares Traded Last Trade
  +0.00p +0.00% 146.00p 143.00p 149.00p 146.00p 146.00p 146.00p 0 07:50:02
Industry Sector Turnover (m) Profit (m) EPS - Basic PE Ratio Market Cap (m)
Travel & Leisure 17.0 1.0 5.7 25.6 20.62

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Peel Hotels Daily Update: Peel Hotels is listed in the Travel & Leisure sector of the London Stock Exchange with ticker PHO. The last closing price for Peel Hotels was 146p.
Peel Hotels has a 4 week average price of 140.50p and a 12 week average price of 127p.
The 1 year high share price is 146p while the 1 year low share price is currently 98p.
There are currently 14,126,123 shares in issue and the average daily traded volume is 134 shares. The market capitalisation of Peel Hotels is £20,624,139.58.
topvest: Good reminder for me on this one. I've sold my few as it was above my target price. Made a 50% profit over 12 years with a few dividends here and there. Not good! I don't like hotel stocks as they are too capital intensive and are just a bottomless pit for investing cash. The upside here is if the non-executive director reverses in his business, but not prepared to hold on for this possibility. Good luck to those that remain! It's a well run company and there's probably another 20-30% upside in the share price (at best).
topvest: Prospects for 2017 look pretty good. Lots of visitors to the UK with a weak £ and more people holidaying at home. No doubt cost pressures are a problem, but revenue increases should just about outstrip cost pressures in my view. The share price is very strong. Excellent!
lanzarote666: All quiet on the PHO front, with a market value of £16m at current share price. I cannot help but think we are still undervalued. PHO own nine hotels with c730 rooms. Jupiter Hotels have just purchased three hotels in Darlington, Dumfries and Sheffield for a price around the £12m level. 'The acquisitions are part of Jupiter Hotels' plans to continue expansion across the UK' hTTp://
davidosh: This is one of those stocks where you will wake up one morning and find there is an offer on the table and the company is being taken off the market to be part of a larger hotel group. It is illiquid so weak holders worried about the market turbulence will take the share price downwards I am afraid.
bobthetrader: Investors still selling, and we are down at approx £12 mil m.cap. I can understand why a small number of holders would want to find a stock that is showing signs of upward momentum, but we seem to have more than a few at present. However I don't understand why, when we have a business that is in my view worth approx 180p-200p/share, and that's without considering future profits. Also it is very possible that at any time a take-over of some description could take place. There are so many AIM stocks with a poor balance sheet compared to this one, yet their share price keeps rising, I'm amazed. All the more reason for my post 265. If there was a profit warning, we should of been informed via an rns by now. If the share price were stable an rns would not be necessary.
lanzarote666: Still cheering the long term upward trend. Found this recently and it sort of highlights the undervalued share price here. PHO has a market value of £15.0m; hTTp:// Anybody know any nice Chinese man with the odd £50m?
deswalker: If a trade sale occurs it ought to be at a premium to NAV let alone the current share price. I don't think your analysis takes enough account of the asset backing. I also think you are underestimating the degree to which Capex (both expensed and capitalised) is adding to the value of these hotels. Of course some of these costs must be regarded as maintenance but much is designed to enhance the product and so enhance any resale value. I look forward to hearing the views of those who attended the presentation today. I notice a few buys and the Offer is stuck at 98p so perhaps there is a line of stock to clear. But these lines are only ever small and then it gets tight again. Des
deswalker: I met Mr Peel at last year's AGM. He comes across as very nice, honest and straight talking. I hope those who meet him in Peterborough will think likewise and will pass on any feedback about the meeting to this thread as I did following the AGM last Summer. One thing that does puzzle me about the YouTube video is his apparent suggestion that the eventual outer for the Peel brothers might not be the same as the eventual outer for the minority shareholders. He seems to suggest that the brothers might sell to a young entrepreneur who wishes to grow the chain and use the listing to achieve this. But surely anybody taking out the Peel brothers would need to make a mandatory offer to all shareholders and hence lose the listing ? I certainly hope that any outer will be made available to all shareholders rather than via some complicated construct whereby the Peels leave the scene but nobody else gets offered the same terms (which in any case will be a lot higher than the current share price as Mr Peel told me he wouldn't sell at NAV = 165p) just so that the listing can remain. Any such arrangement must surely breach takeover rules ? I'd be really grateful if somebody could clarify this point with Mr Peel when they meet him in April and report his answer back to this thread. I'm hoping he just got a little confused in his thinking about such a hypothetical issue but one can never be sure so further questioning would be useful. Thanks, Des
proactivest: Video interview with Robert Peel Robert Peel, the founder and executive chairman of Peel Hotels (LON:PHO), says he is eager to paying down the hotels group’s debt, which he believes will trigger an uptick from the share price. Speaking exclusively to Proactive Investors, Peel, who owns 39% of the shares, says he is open to a sale of the hotel chain, called it a ‘great company for some young, up-and-coming entrepreneur to take over’. When the next set of results are out, he hopes the company will be ‘back on the dividend list’.
lanzarote666: More clues to the rapid rise in the PHO share price of late may have come from Whitbread's trading statement yesterday that said that Premier Inn has grown total sales by 12.1% and total room nights by 10.7% in the last 24 weeks. If this trend of higher occupancy levels is being seen in general across the sector, this could be good news for Peel. 12% of last years revenue is an extra £1.80m of sales. DYOR
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