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DOM Domino's Pizza Group Plc

320.00
-7.80 (-2.38%)
19 Jul 2024 - Closed
Delayed by 15 minutes
Share Name Share Symbol Market Type Share ISIN Share Description
Domino's Pizza Group Plc LSE:DOM London Ordinary Share GB00BYN59130 ORD 25/48P
  Price Change % Change Share Price Bid Price Offer Price High Price Low Price Open Price Shares Traded Last Trade
  -7.80 -2.38% 320.00 317.40 318.00 328.00 315.20 328.00 616,070 16:35:26
Industry Sector Turnover Profit EPS - Basic PE Ratio Market Cap
Food Preparations, Nec 679.8M 115M 0.2913 10.91 1.29B
Domino's Pizza Group Plc is listed in the Food Preparations sector of the London Stock Exchange with ticker DOM. The last closing price for Domino's Pizza was 327.80p. Over the last year, Domino's Pizza shares have traded in a share price range of 301.80p to 427.80p.

Domino's Pizza currently has 394,742,427 shares in issue. The market capitalisation of Domino's Pizza is £1.29 billion. Domino's Pizza has a price to earnings ratio (PE ratio) of 10.91.

Domino's Pizza Share Discussion Threads

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DateSubjectAuthorDiscuss
21/12/2021
23:15
i think 45-50 a year is sustainable for the next 5-10 years IMO. eventually they'll run out of space to grow in the UK. but that's fine as long as they don't do a tesco and start chucking money around to try and manufacture growth (although they did of course, hopefully they've learnt their lesson).

the franchisees are large and powerful businesses in their own right. however, domino's is the strongest QSR franchise around, and they are incredibly lucky to have been making windfall profits while many others have been struggling to survive. ultimately this expansion will make them a lot of money as well as strengthen their market positions.

m_kerr
17/12/2021
10:47
LIBERUM RAISES DOMINO'S PIZZA TO 'BUY' (SELL)
philanderer
16/12/2021
16:35
I suspect the franchisees have driven a hard bargain. It is good news but they're still only predicting a minimum of 45 new stores a year. In the good old growth days it was 70 ish a year.
aa29
16/12/2021
15:53
good news on the franchisee front. common sense was always going to prevail in the end. remember that domino's are virtually the only QSR who have increased profits during covid, having remained operational throughout. they are franchisees of a powerful business model that goes from strength to strength.

with a bit of operational gearing, this new 3 year plan should increase profits by about 15%, but it is the longer term store opening trajectory that looks even better.

m_kerr
16/12/2021
14:47
An unwanted final comment from Mould on the three year agreement.
It's gonna be so successful that at the end of three years they sign up for a new 5 year deal.
Suet

suetballs
16/12/2021
11:28
I remember the price collapsing day by day due to these 'disputes' with franchisees while I was accumulating, now that the clouds have disappeared and they have pledged to open up an additional 45 stores all looks much rosier. And of course with the disastrous international adventure over and stay at home measures lingering shareholders should be happy!
gabsterx
16/12/2021
09:21
It has transformed them.
babbler
16/12/2021
09:09
Was that update really worth 30% on the share price? Technical factors also driving the price perhaps
frazboy
15/10/2021
09:14
Is anyone like outraged by this, where are they now?
growthpotential
08/10/2021
19:26
Dominoes are now a preferred government partner - BUY
powereddrones
17/9/2021
17:33
i'd add that as long as volumes increase, profits will also increase for DPG since they mainly make their money from ingredient sales to franchisees which they add a fixed margin on top. there's a lot of inflation out there which rivals will struggle to pass on to customers, which will either trash their margins, or lead to significant closures. in addition, in these times of uncertain food supply and empty shelves, domino's has full integration of their supply chain, which is another very important advantage.
m_kerr
17/9/2021
11:30
Sharetalk, you could be right about Domino's Pizza Poland who are now getting their act together under the reorganised team.



Doubled the number of eat-in outlets in early 2021 by acquisition of the Dominium restaurant chain but revenues not yet reflected, as lockdown only ended in May. Strong takeaway and delivery side. Opening if the Dominium sites, recovery after lockdown, and solid expansion program, assures revenue growth.

tell sid
04/9/2021
16:27
there's currently about £88m value in the potential sale of the minority interest of domino's germany in jan 2023. 12% store growth from 330 to 370 in the last year and it will continue to grow profits very strongly. due to this excellent growth, the value of the minority stake increased by 45% in the last year. DPE are clearly far more capable of running european franchises than DPG, that's for sure. DPG made a complete pigs ear of it under their stewardship, as they have done in every market outside of the UK / Ire.
m_kerr
20/8/2021
07:59
See also Domino's Pizza Poland, which is about to take off:
sharetalk
19/8/2021
11:43
Domino's Pizza Enterprises announced results yesterday.

They have now specifically said they will be looking to purchase Domino's UK's minority stake in the German operation when their call option kicks in in January 2023 (current cost indicated by them c £80m plus effect of another 18 mths growth before 1/23).

They currently have just under 3000 stores in Aus, NZ, Japan, France,Germany ,Benelux and are looking to grow that by 9-12% pa (makes UK growth look pedestrian in comparison)

aa29
10/8/2021
13:59
More from Berenberg:

Berenberg is expecting some of the recent positivity around Domino’s (DOM) to be "transient" and remains cautious on the takeaway pizza chain.
Analyst Owen Shirley retained his "sell" recommendation but increased the target price from 300p to 330p on the stock, which was down 0.6%, or 2.6p, at 420p on Monday.
"Domino's shares have had a good run, up by 25% since January," he said. "In many ways, we feel this is deserved – there has certainly been more good news than bad news of late. However, we feel some of the positivity is likely to be transient."
Shirley said the upside risk 'appears more modest than the downside risk' for the shares and "any downturn in the rate of underlying like-for-like growth would drive fears about both competition and the franchisee dispute back to the surface".
This in turn could have "a major impact on both Domino’s earnings forecasts and multiple", he said.

robinnicolson
09/8/2021
10:05
BERENBERG RAISES DOMINO'S PIZZA PRICE TARGET TO 330 (300) PENCE - 'SELL'
philanderer
05/8/2021
14:12
Domino's Pizza: Peel Hunt downgrades from 'buy' to 'add' with 475.0p target price unchanged.
philanderer
03/8/2021
12:29
Nice update
growthpotential
28/7/2021
13:57
PEEL HUNT RAISES DOMINO'S PIZZA PRICE TARGET TO 475 (450) PENCE - 'BUY'
philanderer
28/7/2021
13:57
PEEL HUNT RAISES DOMINO'S PIZZA PRICE TARGET TO 475 (450) PENCE - 'BUY'
philanderer
23/7/2021
08:46
DP Inc said last night that the UK was one of its areas that had had a good Q2
aa29
06/7/2021
11:17
The share price has gone up substantially over the last couple of weeks.

Its the highest its been for the last 2 years, that's the chart I looked at.
So it maybe more.

Possibly the rise in the pound, has helped, as the company has sold off the foreign franchises, or the option on the German business.

The share buy backs also help, but they will not last forever.

So lets hope the management get a better working arrangement with the franchises.

This is a good company, I have held the shares since they entered the market.
I have sold some into the high share price, but still have a substantial shareholding.

Good luck to everyone.

Brian3777.

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