Share Name Share Symbol Market Type Share ISIN Share Description
Deliveroo Plc LSE:ROO London Ordinary Share GB00BNC5T391 CLASS A ORD 0.5P
  Price Change % Change Share Price Shares Traded Last Trade
  -20.50 -6.54% 292.80 2,091,713 16:04:42
Bid Price Offer Price High Price Low Price Open Price
292.70 293.00 313.80 289.90 311.50
Industry Sector Turnover (m) Profit (m) EPS - Basic PE Ratio Market Cap (m)
Software & Computer Services 5,028
Last Trade Time Trade Type Trade Size Trade Price Currency
16:04:32 AT 1,811 292.80 GBX

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Deliveroo Daily Update: Deliveroo Plc is listed in the Software & Computer Services sector of the London Stock Exchange with ticker ROO. The last closing price for Deliveroo was 313.30p.
Deliveroo Plc has a 4 week average price of 269.30p and a 12 week average price of 262.90p.
The 1 year high share price is 395.90p while the 1 year low share price is currently 224.50p.
There are currently 1,717,240,967 shares in issue and the average daily traded volume is 4,872,027 shares. The market capitalisation of Deliveroo Plc is £5,071,012,575.55.
stallone10: Considering Amazon owns a part of ROo I would think they might make a bid to add it to Amazon Prime.
genierub: 8p and IPO price is finally hit. This is where the fun zone begins. We are only at the price launched at. 500p is my short term target.
genierub: Have people forgotten how Amazon owns a decent chunk of Roo. I'll propose a bet - Amazon will leverage the Roo logistics network to start doing direct to door deliveries of products ordered on demand. It would appear the IPO price (390p) will finally see its return today, which is a very bullish sign for large investors. Enjoy
leadersoffice: From what I can see.... it's a strong quarterly update. Is that going to be repeated next quarter not so sure. Company must continue to be inventive and competitive as once diners and restaurants open that will bound to have an impact. They also have issues concerning there self employed drivers working and pay conditions that need improving. Having said that, might be some more weakness in the share price to come over the next few months but once autumn winter sets in, I'm sure demand will be strong. I've said before, disappointing IPO but on the whole, buy the dips and before long the share will be back to its Issue price. We could be looking at some more share price weakness. I haven't looked at the shorting scum figures but short term price fluctuations don't concern me. Happy investing
1me me: Q1 results tomorrow. I'm sure they would have had these in mind when it was priced at 390. Be very surprised if the share price heads south from here.
imastu pidgitaswell: Well yes, but that's not a great basis - that one over there is even worse etc. The thing is with Ocado, no-one ever answers that point - they just point to the momentum-driven share price and ignore the cash consumption year after year after year. Anyway, a ROO thread - but the case for investment is even more remote - there is just no mechanism for making a profit unless delivery charges are trebled/quadrupled or more.
crazi: Myrmatt - I would suggest you do your homework before accusing people... For immediate release 9 April 2021 Deliveroo Holdings plc Block Listing Application Further to the announcement on 7 April 2021, Deliveroo Holdings plc ("Deliveroo" or the "Company") hereby confirms to the market that application has been made to the Financial Conduct Authority (the "FCA") and to London Stock Exchange plc (the "London Stock Exchange") for a total of 12,037,000 class A shares of 0.5 pence each ("shares") to be admitted to the Official List, which will be reserved under a block listing and may be issued in connection with the exercise of vested options pursuant to share option contracts in place with certain current and former employees and non-employees of Deliveroo in the six month period following admission of the Company's class A shares to the standard listing segment of the Official List of the FCA and to trading on the London Stock Exchange's main market for listed securities on 7 April 2021. These shares are expected to be admitted to the Official List and to be available for trading on the London Stock Exchange on 12 April 2021. When issued, these shares will rank pari passu with the existing Shares
waldron: Deliveroo shares rise on first full trading day despite strike By Terry Clark - 7th April 2021 Deliveroo shares have climbed higher on their first day of full trading despite the start of a rider strike over worker rights. The takeaway delivery operator saw shares increase by more than 3% to 290p in early trading on Wednesday, before edging back slightly. It is the first day that retail investors have been able to trade shares in the business, however institutional investors have been able to trade in the stock since conditional trading started a week ago. Last Wednesday, shares in Deliveroo plunged by around 30% as large fund managers raised concerns over its shareholder structure and working conditions for riders. Retail investors don’t appear to have lost their appetite for Deliveroo despite the severe bout of indigestion suffered by the company when institutional investors began trading last week – Susannah Streeter, Hargreaves Lansdown The start of retail trading came as socially distanced protests were held by riders in cities including London, York, Sheffield, Reading and Wolverhampton. The Independent Workers’ Union of Great Britain (IWGB) said its members are calling for decent pay as well as improved employment rights and safety protections. Shares moved higher despite the strike as the 70,000 retail investors who took part in its London float decided to hold on to their stock. Susannah Streeter, senior investment and markets analyst at Hargreaves Lansdown, said: “Retail investors don’t appear to have lost their appetite for Deliveroo despite the severe bout of indigestion suffered by the company when institutional investors began trading last week. “Like a fateful round of Monopoly, they were locked out of selling their shares for a week, while the company’s initial valuation fell sharply. “Now they finally have a ‘get out of jail’ card, but it seems for now that many have kept it in their back pocket, waiting it out for prices to stabilise.” Nevertheless, Deliveroo shares are still around 28% below their launch price of 390p per share, which would have valued the business at £7.6 billion. As of midday on Wednesday, the company had a market value of around £5.3 billion. Despite concerns over rider conditions, leading fund managers largely said that the primary cause of their caution over the stock market float was its shareholder structure, which will give significant power to its founder Will Shu in shareholder votes.
crazi: The large Institutional holders won't loan out their stock at this stage. PI's of the IPO won't be selling at a 105p loss. So there isn't going to be any/much shorting going on that would directly affect the share price. Once the overhang of free float shares is gone - you will likely see a rise in price as holders will hold and that will force the price up. So even thinking about shorting at this level is very risky. At 390 or even opening price of 340 yes because of the overhang but from 280 ish and the overhang likely soon to clear... not so much. imho
sphere25: PlungeVille. Who would have thought that valuations might actually matter a smidgeon (just a smidgeon). It has almost been a one way street. Sophie Lund-Yates, equity analyst at Hargreaves Lansdown, said the biggest concern from investors was about worker rights: "The flexible employee model of Deliveroo's riders is a huge pillar of the group's plans for success. "If forced to offer more traditional employee benefits, like company pension contributions, Deliveroo's already thin margins would struggle to climb, and the road to profitability would look very tough indeed." She said it was difficult to value the firm as it had yet to turn a profit. Neil Wilson, chief market analyst for Markets.com, said that "even pricing the initial public offering at the bottom of the range, Deliveroo was demanding too high a price tag for a loss-making delivery platform in a very competitive space with a questionable path to profitability. "The books were covered, it was just plain mis-priced."
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