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 Shares Traded Last Trade
  -0.20 -0.05% 381.80 1,380,589 16:35:00
Bid Price Offer Price High Price Low Price Open Price
380.40 380.80 390.00 380.00 390.00
Industry Sector Turnover (m) Profit (m) EPS - Basic PE Ratio Market Cap (m)
Travel & Leisure 505.10 98.99 17.80 21.4 1,775
Last Trade Time Trade Type Trade Size Trade Price Currency
17:55:01 O 26,196 381.838 GBX

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Domino's Pizza Daily Update: Domino's Pizza Group Plc is listed in the Travel & Leisure sector of the London Stock Exchange with ticker DOM. The last closing price for Domino's Pizza was 382p.
Domino's Pizza Group Plc has a 4 week average price of 365p and a 12 week average price of 342.40p.
The 1 year high share price is 399p while the 1 year low share price is currently 292.80p.
There are currently 464,983,072 shares in issue and the average daily traded volume is 1,262,172 shares. The market capitalisation of Domino's Pizza Group Plc is £1,775,305,368.90.
growthpotential: Happy holder here, but what would you say to someone who says: "DOM is flat over 5 years" (?)
philanderer: Peel Hunt expects ‘meaningful’ rerating at Domino’s Peel Hunt is expecting a ‘meaningful’ rerating at Domino’s Pizza Group (DOM) when the takeaway chain agrees a deal with franchisees. Analyst Douglas Jack retained his ‘buy’ recommendation and target price of 425p on the stock, which closed up 1%, or 3.4p, at 353p on Monday. Jack is predicting first quarter like-for-like sales to be up 15% with trading ‘comfortably ahead’ of expectations. However, talks with franchisees are what he is keeping an eye on. The group has had a long-running dispute with its store owners who are demanding it pays out £2m after they were forced to take the hit for fraudulent activity on its websites, dating back to 2018. ‘We believe the cost of a deal with franchisees could be fully recouped by cost savings and incremental system sales growth,’ said Jack. ‘We doubt the first quarter statement will provide an update on franchisee discussions. However, when progress in this area does emerge, it should provide the catalyst for a meaningful rerating.’ HTTPS://
dtimms: Opened a position on DOM today. I do like my Pizza.
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gabsterx: Strong results announced today, glad to see the dividend is back and a re-focus on the core business. Financial highlights · Strong UK & Ireland performance, with system sales of £1,348.4m, up 11.4% with like-for-like system sales, excluding splits, up 10.3% (9.3% including splits) · Underlying profit before tax of £101.2m, up £2.4m, with Covid-19 costs incurred of £9.0m to support franchisees to trade safely · Statutory profit after tax of £39.7m, up from £2.8m, with non-underlying charges reduced to £2.1m (2019: £21.8m) and loss on discontinued international operations reduced to £42.5m (2019: £56.5m), including £22.6m (2019: £35.2m) of impairments of international operations · Free cash flow increased by 73% to £99.0m (2019: £57.1m) · Disciplined cash management leading to net debt reduced by 26% to £171.8m, driven by trading performance and actions taken to preserve headroom · £45m share buyback programme, effective imminently, in line with new capital allocation philosophy and commitment to distribute surplus capital to shareholders · Total dividend for FY20 of 9.1p per share proposed as a final dividend to be paid on 4 May 2021
hybrasil: I am very fond of this share (Dom)as way back I made 32x. However Dpeu is in exactly the same place Dom had fallen to. Dpeu was listed in 2017 at £2. Its now 50p. (It was 45p when I posted on the 22nd jan) It has loads to go. They plan to get a Turkish stock exchange listing which will revitalise interest. Have a look
philanderer: 'Jefferies warns on long-term Domino’s issues' Domino’s (DOM) is benefiting from short-term government support but Jefferies is concerned about the long-term challenges. Analyst Becky Lane retained her ‘underperform’ recommendation and target price of 205p on the shares, which rose 2.1% to 331.8p yesterday. The pizza takeaway chain announced ‘robust’ like-for-like sales in the first half of the year and Covid-19-related costs are set to reduce in the second half. ‘In the short term, Domino’s and government support have helped support franchisees,’ he said. ‘But we think that, longer term, rebuilding franchisee relationships will take time, with ongoing challenges to franchisee profitability.’ He added that despite the sale of its Norway arm the international part of the business ‘continues to materially drag’ HTTPS://
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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