Share Name Share Symbol Market Type Share ISIN Share Description
Restaurant Group LSE:RTN London Ordinary Share GB00B0YG1K06 ORD 28 1/8P
  Price Change % Change Share Price Bid Price Offer Price High Price Low Price Open Price Shares Traded Last Trade
  -10.60p -3.96% 257.00p 257.60p 258.00p 268.20p 256.20p 267.80p 1,152,266 16:35:26
Industry Sector Turnover (m) Profit (m) EPS - Basic PE Ratio Market Cap (m)
Travel & Leisure 710.7 -39.5 -20.1 - 516.74

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Restaurant Group Daily Update: Restaurant Group is listed in the Travel & Leisure sector of the London Stock Exchange with ticker RTN. The last closing price for Restaurant Group was 267.60p.
Restaurant Group has a 4 week average price of 256.20p and a 12 week average price of 256.20p.
The 1 year high share price is 386.80p while the 1 year low share price is currently 256.20p.
There are currently 201,064,632 shares in issue and the average daily traded volume is 662,778 shares. The market capitalisation of Restaurant Group is £516,736,104.24.
walbrock82: Some are bearish and some are bullish. I am cautiously bearish but remain bullish for the future. The Restaurant Group has some good attribute going for them, these are: A great track record on profitability growth. In 12 years, it has generated cumulative free cash flow of £250m or £21m per year. Today, it FCF is £40m, a yield of 5%. Freehold properties of £110m account for 17% of market cap. Now, it accounts for 20% given the share price decline. No pension deficits or schemes, along with manageable debt level (6% of Mkt. cap.), although low debt is prevalent in this industry. However, the sector is under pressure because of the slowdown in consumer spending, spending habits, food inflation and devaluation of the British Pound, also wage pressure makes this the perfect storm of high input costs = pressure on margins. Despite my cautious bullishness. 15 analysts are forecasting adjusted EPS of 22 pence, down from 30 pence that give it a perspective PE of 15. Since EPS is falling, a low multiple PE should be attached (Max. 10X), which is why I give a 65% chance for the shares to head towards £2.20, before making a sustainable recovery. For more, click
andysaw: In a note to clients, UBS's analysts pointed out: "Core to the turnaround strategy for Frankie & Benny's is a new menu, aimed at improving the value proposition."They added: "After its recent menu launch, we have analysed the new F&B proposition along with 20 key competitors, with our analysis indicating that, while prices have fallen (c.6% on average), a value gap remains versus the branded pub chains which are on average 22% cheaper. "The turnaround for F&B looks challengingThe analysts said: "Given these brands also focus on the family value orientated market, we see risk that the F&B price cuts will not drive the required footfall increase from the core family value orientated customer F&B is looking to attract to offset price reductions."As a result, they have cut their earnings per share estimates for Restaurant Group by 4% for 2017 and by 17% for 2018, and reduced their target price to 275p from 310p leading to its rating downgrade after a strong recent share price performance.The analysts concluded that in "our view that the turnaround for F&B looks challenging based on changes implemented so far."
adobbing: Give us this day our daily share price increase and forgive us those morons who know nothing about a stock they post comments on!
jaknife: Some concerning comments coming out from Comptoir and potential read across to other restaurant groups/bars. Mark Brumby at Langton notes: ----------------------------------------- • Comptoir stuns market, points to tough market, sliding LfLs, poor retail footfall, higher costs and disappointing new openings. • Stark warning from Comptoir. Disappointing on most measures, no resignations observed to date. The group reported on 30 Jan that trading had been in line with expectations. On 12 April, it conceded that Jan & Feb had been poor but said March had been better and reassured that ‘the Group expects further positive trading in April (which includes Easter) and into the summer months.’ • This has been overtaken by events as Comptoir Group updated the market yesterday saying that ‘the past 2mths have seen a continuation of the difficult trading it reported at the time of its prelims in April 2017.’ • Comptoir reports ‘while the business saw improved sales figures over the Easter weekend and half term holidays, unfortunately much of this benefit was subsequently lost in the final two weeks of the month’ • Comptoir adds ‘in May 2017 the Company also experienced an unexpected decline in like for like sales and profit at certain mature restaurants, particularly in retail-led locations and at its higher-spend restaurants, Levant and Kenza.’ The group adds ‘like many of its peers in the sector, the Company is experiencing upward pressure on costs.’ • Compoir somehow concludes ‘the Comptoir brand continues to have a strong appeal to consumers and landlords and there remains considerable potential for expansion in the UK.’ Shares fell 9p (29%) yesterday. • Comptoir shares now lost c75% of their value in last 9mths. Group sees rising costs, poor sales and disappointing new openings as continuing to drag on current trading. Group expects to open 3 restaurants by calendar year end. It is to raise £2.7m gross from the sale and leaseback of the freehold of its central processing unit (CPU) in North London. It says ‘the net proceeds will be used to fund the remaining new openings for 2017 and strengthen the Group's working capital position. A further announcement on the sale and leaseback will be made in due course.’ ----------------------------------------- Revolution Bars have also warned, Marston's share price is down materially. Still a lot of cost increases to be absorbed/passed on.
philanderer: Brokerage Cenkos said there had been “no reason” given for Mr Nightingale’s departure but it noted “his appointment pre-dated that of chief executive Andy McCue who has been building his own top team”. “Therefore we do not view his departure as concerning but we expect the share price will react adversely given he has only been in post since June 2016 and there has been significant instability at the top of the group since [former chief executive] Andrew Page's departure in August 2014,” it added. Restaurant Group will provide a trading update on May 26, the date of the company’s annual general meeting. HTTP://
philanderer: Investors Chronicle: Restaurant Group (RTN) chief financial officer Barry Nightingale will leave the company with immediate effect after less than a year in the job. The owner of Frankie & Benny’s is in the middle of an overhaul under new boss Andy McCue, which is set to include store closures and promotions to draw customers back into its restaurants. Shareholders appear to be spooked by further management issues as the share price fell more than 6 per cent in early trading. This is not completely unsurprising given Restaurant Group’s recent troubles, but shouldn’t undermine Mr McCue’s long-term plans. We maintain our buy tip. HTTP://
rubberbullets: Thursday 19 May 2016 3:27pm Former Pizza Express owner Cinven weighing takeover of Frankie & Benny's owner Restaurant Group Share James Nickerson I am a reporter at City A.M. looking at the stories, people and data behind poli [..] Show more Follow James Cobras Harvested For Indonesian Burger Trade Cinven is in the early stages of evaluating an approach (Source: Getty) Frankie & Benny's owner Restaurant Group's share price jumped over six per cent after reports that Cinven is considering a bid for the group. The former owner of Pizza Express is thought to be considering a takeover bid for the struggling company, which operates Garfunkel's restaurant chain. Cinven is in the early stages of evaluating an approach, Sky News first reported, adding that TA Associates Management LP are also thinking about bidding. Restaurant Group hasn't had the best few months, with another profit warning last month and the departure of finance director Stephen Critoph. Sky reported that it was unclear what level of takeover premium would be large enough to convince the company's big investors to sell, but added one source suggested an offer would have to be pitched above 500p per share to be credible. YESS!!!!!
philanderer: HSBC starts Restaurant Group at 'reduce', says path to recovery will be 'bumpy' (ShareCast News) - HSBC initiated coverage of Restaurant Group at 'reduce' with a 290p price target, saying there is a gap between the current share price and the likely pace of recovery at the company. The bank pointed out that Restaurant Group was one of the UK's most successful restaurant operators for almost a decade, but recent issues caused by pushing hard on prices, inconsistent service levels and a confused proposition have resulted in a series of profit warnings. "Now, with a new management team in place, a recovery plan is taking shape, although the path is likely to be bumpy given that the restaurant operator has experienced a breadth of issues, along with near term cost and competitive headwinds also working against them. "Given management's recovery plan, we expect the decline in like-for-like sales to ease over the next two years, though turning around the leisure estate will not be easy to do." The bank - whose forecasts are 20% lower than consensus - expects full-year 2017 pre-tax profit to struggle to match 2016 due to food price inflation, the national living wage, a weaker pound and rising competition. HSBC expects LFL sales to remain negative until 2018, recovering thereafter. "Several industry experts and consultants are even more cautious on the timeline to recovery as the competition command greater brand presence which could eat into Restaurant Group's lunch," it said. HTTP://
thevaluehunter: Reminds me of the city analysts covering rtn. I think some of them are going to look rather silly when rtn delivers the +£130m of ebitda and the share price goes to £6.00.
gary1966: Bend1pa, The business has remained very profitable and cash generative and this was ignored by the market as L4L declined, even though overall sales were going up. It was grossly oversold and clearly the city wanted to see a new broom. Clearly the city like the new guy and so can start looking at the fundamental business again. Going by the positivity from the brokers today, hopefully there is much more to come in share price appreciation. There is also the possibility of a bid as the right buyer will eek out a lot of synergies. That, I don't believe, has been baked in to the share price yet. Gary
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