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DOM Domino's Pizza Group Plc

321.60
2.80 (0.88%)
12 Jun 2024 - Closed
Delayed by 15 minutes
Domino's Pizza Investors - DOM

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Share Name Share Symbol Market Stock Type
Domino's Pizza Group Plc DOM London Ordinary Share
  Price Change Price Change % Share Price Last Trade
2.80 0.88% 321.60 16:35:27
Open Price Low Price High Price Close Price Previous Close
315.00 314.80 322.40 321.60 318.80
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TRAVEL & LEISURE

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Posted at 28/12/2023 13:53 by santos123
Just listened to the investor events, from 11 Dec.
Bit late listening, but been busy.

Very impressed by Andrew Rennie CEO.
Also his views about the future of the company, ie expanding into other franchise businesses, and buying more master franchises outside of UK.
The recent past has been a disaster with foreign investments, but I was interested to hear his views on this subject.
Well worth a listen.

I would also be interested to hear other shareholders views.

Santos123.
Stay prosperous.
Posted at 02/4/2019 17:45 by smurfy2001
Domino's Pizza Group is facing further unrest at its annual meeting this month amid the threat of an investor revolt over executive pension payments and its male-dominated board.

Sky News has learnt that the Investment Association's (IA) IVIS voting service has given its strongest "red-top" warning to Domino's shareholders, heaping pressure on its already-embattled directors.



The Sunday Times reported in February that relations between the company and the Domino's Franchisee Association had deteriorated to such an extent that its members were boycotting opening new stores during the first half of 2019.
Posted at 18/3/2019 12:37 by philanderer
Domino's Pizza gained as it refuted refuted claims made in the Sunday Times that the company has been misleading investors about progress in negotiations with the pizza chain's franchisees.
Posted at 18/3/2019 07:21 by bulltradept
"The review has threatened to brand them "red tops" as a warning to investors about their lack of gender diversity."

FFS. People should be their on merit, not because of their gender.
Posted at 11/3/2019 13:37 by connorcampbell
Will investors tuck into a slice of Domino’s Pizza following Tuesday’s full year results?

While the fourth quarter performance in the UK was strong, with a super-charged showing in the run-up to Christmas causing a 4.5% increase in like-for-like sales and a 6% rise in system sales, internationally Domino’s hit a speed bump, where systems sales on a reported basis fell 2%.

Specifically, the troubled integration of its business in Norway – blamed on ‘unseasonably warm and dry weather’ – is causing issues, meaning its underlying pre-tax profit is expected to come in at the lower end of the previously forecast £93.9 million to £98.2 million range. That means it’ll likely see a decline from 2017’s £96.2 million.

Read what Spreadex analysts have to say, or watch a 60 second earnings preview video, here:
Posted at 11/3/2019 13:36 by connorcampbell
Will investors tuck into a slice of Domino’s Pizza following Tuesday’s full year results?

While the fourth quarter performance in the UK was strong, with a super-charged showing in the run-up to Christmas causing a 4.5% increase in like-for-like sales and a 6% rise in system sales, internationally Domino’s hit a speed bump, where systems sales on a reported basis fell 2%.

Specifically, the troubled integration of its business in Norway – blamed on ‘unseasonably warm and dry weather’ – is causing issues, meaning its underlying pre-tax profit is expected to come in at the lower end of the previously forecast £93.9 million to £98.2 million range. That means it’ll likely see a decline from 2017’s £96.2 million.

Read what Spreadex analysts have to say, or watch a 60 second earnings preview video, here: hxxps://spreadex.com/?tid=388169
Posted at 13/2/2019 00:08 by philanderer
Stock Watch - Domino's Pizza

After it took the cutter to full-year profit forecasts, shares in Domino's Pizza have been about as appetising to investors as leftovers from one of its stuffed crusts.

Step forward Peel Hunt, which has retained a 'Buy' recommendation. Currently 247.1p (down 1p, or 0.4 per cent), the broker reckons the stock is worth 325p.

Analyst Douglas Jack said: 'The price underestimates long-term expansion potential, and overestimates the short-term downside risk from fewer store openings.'
Posted at 12/8/2018 10:21 by philanderer
MIDAS SHARE TIPS: Don't grab a slice of pizza giant Domino's just yet as chain issues a cautious update

Midas verdict: Domino's, like so many other fast food chains, has headwinds to battle in the form of rises in food costs and the National Living Wage, and high business rates. Current investors should hold. New investors may want to find out how a scorching summer has affected sales before deciding whether to grab a slice of the action.
Posted at 14/12/2017 23:05 by philanderer
Market report: Investors grab a slice of Domino’s Pizza following share buyback


Investors grabbed a slice of Domino’s Pizza after management whetted their appetite by snapping up a larger stake in its Iceland subsidiary and boosted hopes of bigger shareholder returns by announcing a £20m shares buy-back.

The FTSE 250 firm almost doubled its stake in the Iceland business to 95.3pc for £26.7m and signalled its confidence by lifting the total amount of buy-backs announced in 2017 to £50m.

The takeaway firm would have even more scope for acquisitions and could bump up shareholder returns more if it increased its debt, Numis analyst Richard Stube suggested.

Investors piled in on the prospect of the bonanza continuing and shares rallied 16.4p, or 5.1pc, to 338.7p.
Posted at 22/9/2017 20:37 by mattcookson
This is why DOM share price with smash the 350 mark easily over the coming days.....

Cash is king

Domino's has fat profit margins. Last year the company reported an operating profit margin of 23% and return on equity of 74%. Free cash flow per share for the year was 8.1p or around £40m. Of this free cash flow, Domino's returned £37m to investors via dividend payouts and £25m via a share buyback for a total cash return of £62m.

Today the company announced a further cash return to investors. Management has decided to initiate a new £15m buyback, alongside the current dividend yield of 3.4%.

Beating the market

Domino's has managed to grow earnings per share at a staggering 18.7% per annum for the past six years, and this growth, coupled with the company's cash returns policy, means that the shares have smashed the wider market.

At the time of its IPO in 1999, shares in Domino's were worth a split-adjusted 8.3p. Today, they're worth 287p, and the annual dividend is worth 8.8p. This means that excluding dividends, over the past 18 years the shares have returned 3,358% excluding dividends. Over the same period, the FTSE 250 has returned 260%.

I believe that as Domino's continues to grow and return cash to investors, it can repeat the performance of the past two decades. City analysts have pencilled in earnings per share growth of 5% for 2017 and based on these estimates, the shares trade at a forward earnings multiple of 18.8.

Perfect time to snap this at the current bargain price of 300.

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