Share Name Share Symbol Market Type Share ISIN Share Description
Punch Taverns LSE:PUB London Ordinary Share GB00BPXRVT80 ORD SHS 0.9572P
  Price Change % Change Share Price Bid Price Offer Price High Price Low Price Open Price Shares Traded Last Trade
  +0.00p +0.00% 129.00p 125.75p 130.00p - - - 2,800.00 08:23:18
Industry Sector Turnover (m) Profit (m) EPS - Basic PE Ratio Market Cap (m)
Travel & Leisure 406.8 60.1 29.4 4.4 286.32

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16/3/2016
14:05
A very good budget for Punch and Enterprise: Beer, Cider and Spirits duty frozen, but probably more importantly..... * change in threshold in ratable value from £6K to £15K before business rates are payable * stamp duty rates on the purchase of commercial property bought into line with residential property
timbo003
05/11/2015
09:43
Punch Taverns plc will be releasing its full year results for the 52 weeks to 22 August 2015 on Thursday, 12 November 2015.
originalbm
07/8/2015
07:25
http://www.telegraph.co.uk/finance/newsbysector/retailandconsumer/11788357/UK-high-street-suffers-worst-summer-for-six-years.html
cockneyrebel
03/8/2015
15:02
If you still like PUB for a bowl the 50 day MA might provide support for a bounce here.
scapital
27/7/2015
10:39
Green King quite recently bought one of Punch`s pubs here, in town and promptly put up the prices by 10%
jamose
22/7/2015
11:53
Barclays say Overweight today, 214p target: 22 Jul 2015 Punch Taverns PLC PUB Barclays Capital Overweight 137.50 138.75 214.00 214.00 Retains
cockneyrebel
16/7/2015
11:55
16 Jul 2015 Punch Taverns PLC PUB Numis Buy 138.63 138.50 160.00 160.00 Reiterates
cockneyrebel
13/7/2015
09:26
scottish, yep - got a few on Friday as it broke through 131-132 level....updated chart below with an approx target level of 200p from bowl completion edit - updated chart as at opening on 17/07/15
sportbilly1976
10/7/2015
14:48
you in this one sportbilly? I'm considering/
scottishfield
10/7/2015
14:47
Breakout and move to 150p now on?
sportbilly1976
04/3/2015
09:37
Ahh!at last a man who wants to take the company in a new direction. "Down" didn't seem to me to be the answer.we'll wait and see, good luck Mr. Garrood.
capricornant
27/1/2015
09:04
Phew! http://www.morningadvertiser.co.uk/Property-News/MPs-vote-against-bid-to-tighten-pub-planning-laws I'm glad that one didn't go through
timbo003
07/1/2015
16:47
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jeffcranbounre
22/12/2014
10:33
Hi, I wrote about Punch in my blog a few weeks ago. I'd appreciate it if people could let me know if they think there are any mistakes in my analysis http://investmentramblings.co.uk/2014/11/punch-taverns-value-investment/ Thanks, James
james_ramble
22/11/2014
09:43
A very fair and balanced appraisal of the likely ramifications from the Fullers boss (who's business will not be directly affected by the beer tie): http://www.telegraph.co.uk/finance/newsbysector/epic/fsta/11246052/Beer-tie-decision-misguided-and-will-lead-to-pub-closures-says-Fuller-Smith-and-Turner-chief.html
timbo003
21/11/2014
19:24
hTTp://www.morningadvertiser.co.uk/General-News/Government-to-accept-MRO-pubs-code-vote
jeffian
21/11/2014
14:22
>>>>edwh I am no fan of Punch or any of the other Pubcos, but I don't think you can blame Punch for high business rates, that's down to the local council who set the rateable value (using government guidelines). Rateable value and rents are not terribly well correlated in my experience. The lower the rateable value the better for all sorts of reasons. If you ever change pubs, look for one with a rateable value of under £6K, that way you will be totally exempt from business rates, furthermore you will only have to pay peanuts for your Sky subscription.
timbo003
21/11/2014
08:34
Because it was owned by a different company and the deal was a lot better
edwh
21/11/2014
08:30
hxxp://citywire.co.uk/money/pub-shares-tumble-as-mps-call-time-on-beer-rules/a784548?re=31713&ea=285590&utm_source=BulkEmail_Money_Daily_Summary&utm_medium=BulkEmail_Money_Daily_Summary&utm_campaign=BulkEmail_Money_Daily_Summary
edwh
21/11/2014
08:30
As a matter of interest, why did you not take a free-of-tie pub in the first place?
jeffian
21/11/2014
08:26
I pay a large rent,so my business rates are high,can't afford Sky,no money gets spent on the pub,the living accomadation is uninhabitable,free of tie i would be able to buy my beer and bottles nearly 1/2 price,i could do special offers,get more customers,been in the trade for a very long time,please please pass this bill and i can start to enjoy running a pub and make some money.Doubt very much if the rent would go up because it is high compared to other businesses nearby.
edwh
20/11/2014
21:04
I've worked out that I would be about £26,000 a year better off if free of tie and my boozer isn't that busy!!!!!
edwh
20/11/2014
20:57
If Punch tenants are able to buy there stock free of tie then that will be the end of punch taverns as they charge ridiculously high prices for there beer,lager,cider etc,great news for tenants as we can actually make some money,can't see Punch lasting much longer,they will have to sell most of there pubs on the cheap.
edwh
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