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ROO Deliveroo Plc

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16 Jul 2024 - Closed
Delayed by 15 minutes
Share Name Share Symbol Market Type Share ISIN Share Description
Deliveroo Plc LSE:ROO London Ordinary Share GB00BNC5T391 ORD 0.5P
  Price Change % Change Share Price Shares Traded Last Trade
  0.00 0.00% 129.30 0.00 01:00:00
Bid Price Offer Price High Price Low Price Open Price
129.00 130.00
Industry Sector Turnover Profit EPS - Basic PE Ratio Market Cap
Direct Selling Establishment 2.03B -31.8M -0.0195 -92.82 2.1B
Last Trade Time Trade Type Trade Size Trade Price Currency
- O 0 129.30 GBX

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28/6/202411:52Delivering the goods -Deliveroo823
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Trade Time Trade Price Trade Size Trade Value Trade Type
2024-07-15 15:35:16129.30762,042985,320.31UT
2024-07-15 15:29:57129.809941,290.21O
2024-07-15 15:29:46129.60597773.71AT
2024-07-15 15:28:58129.49597773.03O
2024-07-15 15:28:50129.50587760.17AT

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Posted at 15/7/2024 09:20 by Deliveroo Daily Update
Deliveroo Plc is listed in the Direct Selling Establishment sector of the London Stock Exchange with ticker ROO. The last closing price for Deliveroo was 129.30p.
Deliveroo currently has 1,626,660,019 shares in issue. The market capitalisation of Deliveroo is £2,944,254,634.
Deliveroo has a price to earnings ratio (PE ratio) of -92.82.
This morning ROO shares opened at -
Posted at 26/4/2023 10:44 by blackhorse23
ROO will get fine
Posted at 25/1/2023 19:00 by blackhorse23
Worst share at LSE
Posted at 16/11/2022 08:03 by blackhorse23
Going to sell roo & buy CURY (gaining market shares)
Posted at 28/9/2022 14:10 by redbaron10
Dipped my toe in at 86p.I appreciate the business model with a recession here is not the greatest,but having been an employee of Dairy Crest the dairy business,their Milk and More business slowly developed and under Muller now it is expanding quickly.It always amazed me in affluent areas how much customers order through sheer laziness or convenience.Some people are price conscious and price sensitive,but a lot of people aren't and want deliveries.It's a speculative punt but it's from some big oil and tobacco profits.
Posted at 10/8/2022 17:00 by estienne
Had a very quick glance at the results don't look too bad. Why is the share price so depressed?
Posted at 23/6/2022 00:35 by exotic
So Adam Miller has quit. I assume this was his strategy all along; keep selling shares on vested options to get the tax burden out the way, then when they're all done resign and be free to dump millions of shares tax-free.

He could have paid the tax bill in cash, but even at these lowly share prices chose to dump shares to pay the tax bill. That says it all. It's not like he didn't have the cash. I see on page 177 in the prospectus he was on a half million pound salary.

You don't get to be Chief Financial Officer unless you're a very shrewd player.

Obviously he could see that the company has no long term future and jumped.

As for all the Joe Punters on the outside, blindly buying at anywhere close to his 81p sale price, they can quite fairly be called complete mugs and sooner or later will lose the lot.
Posted at 17/5/2022 11:52 by 31337 c0d3r
Once again director Adam Miller dumped a load of shares, again in "settlement of a tax bill". Even at this lowly share price he'd rather dump them than pay the bill in cash. As Chief Financial Officer he's better placed than anyone to make wise financial decisions like dumping another £78,333.20 worth of Deliveroo shares.
Posted at 17/3/2022 14:49 by km18
Deliveroo posted FY21 prelims this morning titled “Strong growth, strategic progress, path to breakeven and long term profitability”. Not a bad summary, gross transaction value was up 70% yoy to £6,631m, revenues were up 57% to £1,824m. The business still posted a loss before tax of £298m primarily due to increased marketing spend and investment in technology, but this is normal in the first few years of expansion. The business plans to reach adjusted EBITDA breakeven at some point in H2 2023-H1 2024, and longer run adjusted EBITDA margin of 4%+ by 2026. Valuation also now looks a lot more reasonable following a 70% share price correction since August 2021. It remains too soon to say that the share price has bottomed, so there is no rush to buy. But PS ratio is top quartile for the sector, balance sheet is healthy and there is undeniably growth and profits here over the decade to come. One to monitor near term, but certainly worth acquiring once current correction has run its course...

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Posted at 20/1/2022 07:25 by welsh3
Source: UK Regulatory (RNS & others)TIDMROORNS Number : 0225ZDeliveroo PLC20 January 202220 January 2022Deliveroo plcStrong performance to end 2021Performance Highlights-- Strong Q4 completes excellent year of growth in 2021, with full year pro forma ([1]) gross transaction value (GTV) up 70% year-on-year in constant currency - the top end of previously-upgraded guidance for 60-70% growth-- Q4 2021 GTV growth of 36% year-on-year and 11% sequentially (vs Q3 2021), both in constant currency; sequentially, orders grew 10% and GTV per order stabilised, up by 1% in constant currency to GBP21.4-- Continued UK market share gains in Q4 2021, with UKI GTV up 36% year-on-year and up 12% vs Q3 2021, both in constant currency; FY 2021 GTV up 71% and orders up 72%, with further expansion of UK population coverage to 77% at end-2021 vs 53% at end-2020-- International GTV up 36% year-on-year in Q4 2021, with sequential growth of 10% vs Q3 2021; FY 2021GTV growth of 69% in constant currency, with orders up 74%-- FY 2021 results to be reported on 17 March 2022; guidance for gross profit margin (as % of GTV) maintained at previous guidance range of 7.5-7.75%.Will Shu, Founder and CEO of Deliveroo, said:"We finished 2021 with a strong Q4 performance, and our full year GTV growth of 70% in constant currency was at the top end of the previously-upgraded guidance we provided. I'd like to thank the Deliveroo team, our restaurant and grocery partners and our riders for their focus and commitment in what has been another extraordinary year. Since the business was founded in 2013, Deliveroo's focus has always been to deliver great experiences to our consumers, help our partners to grow, and provide further opportunities for riders. I am proud of what we achieved in 2021; despite a challenging backdrop, we continued to strengthen our customer proposition, widen our customer base and execute against our strategy. We are excited about the opportunity ahead and look forward to making further progress in 2022."GTV and Orders% Change % Change ==================== ==================== Pro forma (excluding Spain) Q4 Q4 FY FY Reported Constant Reported Constant 2021 2020 currency currency 2021 2020 currency currency ============== ====== ====== ========= ========= ====== ====== ========= ========= Group GTV (GBPm) 1,733 1,307 33% 36% 6,631 3,979 67% 70% Orders (m) 80.8 56.8 42% - 300.6 173.7 73% - GTV per order (GBP) 21.4 23.0 (7)% (5)% 22.1 22.9 (4)% (2)% =================== ====== ====== ========= ========= ====== ====== ========= ========= UKI GTV (GBPm) 945 700 35% 36% 3,570 2,091 71% 71% Orders (m) 40.4 28.6 41% - 147.7 85.9 72% - GTV per order (GBP) 23.4 24.5 (4)% (4)% 24.2 24.3 (1)% (1)% =================== ====== ====== ========= ========= ====== ====== ========= ========= International GTV (GBPm) 788 607 30% 36% 3,061 1,888 62% 69% Orders (m) 40.4 28.2 43% - 152.9 87.8 74% - GTV per order (GBP) 19.5 21.5 (9)% (5)% 20.0 21.5 (7)% (3)% =================== ====== ====== ========= ========= ====== ====== ========= =========
Posted at 16/1/2022 20:43 by kw9143
Deliveroo Q4 results – Thursday

Deliveroo’s stock market debut on 31 March last year went down as a disaster, with the Financial Times calling it “the worst IPO in London’s history”. On their first day of trading, Deliveroo’s shares closed 26% below their listing price of 390p. After clawing their way back to 396.80p in August, the shares have fallen to record lows, closing at 177.50p on 13 January. At present, there is little sign that investors are about to rediscover their faith in the business, despite forecasts of revenue growth. In 2020 Deliveroo generated £1.2bn in revenue, and the company appeared to be on course to beat that in 2021. Consensus estimates are for full-year revenue to grow 56% to £1.9bn. In Q3 Deliveroo raised its guidance, saying full-year revenue would grow 60-70%, leaving estimates for gross profit margins unchanged at 7.5-7.75%. Yet despite these predictions and new delivery tie-ups, the shares have continued to struggle. Deliveroo has seen orders surge thanks to its deals with Amazon and Morrisons, but strong competition in the food delivery market and falls in the share prices of its nearest competitors have dampened sentiment. In August German rival Delivery Hero bought a 5% stake in Deliveroo and now probably wishes it hadn’t, given the stock’s sharp decline in recent months. On top of this, a key concern for investors now is rising costs, as inflation edges higher and workers expect pay rises. As investors await the company’s Q4 update, many will be hoping that the ongoing pandemic and official advice to limit contact with others in December led to an increase in Deliveroo orders, potentially boosting the company’s Q4 numbers. But will that be enough to lift Deliveroo’s share price?
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