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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
  5.00 1.85% 276.00 1,013,035 13:38:18
Bid Price Offer Price High Price Low Price Open Price
275.80 276.00 277.00 271.80 271.80
Industry Sector Turnover (m) Profit (m) EPS - Basic PE Ratio Market Cap (m)
Travel & Leisure 560.80 109.70 17.10 16.1 1,220
Last Trade Time Trade Type Trade Size Trade Price Currency
13:38:18 AT 735 276.00 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 271p.
Domino's Pizza Group Plc has a 4 week average price of 268.40p and a 12 week average price of 266.60p.
The 1 year high share price is 473.60p while the 1 year low share price is currently 266.60p.
There are currently 441,878,588 shares in issue and the average daily traded volume is 1,768,043 shares. The market capitalisation of Domino's Pizza Group Plc is £1,219,584,902.88.
santos123: Hi m_kerr. Very good analysis of the company. The company could pay out more in divis, and of course there is the German option payment early next year, which should be payed out as a special divi. The share buybacks are not really in the shareholders interest. Every time a share is bought back it has to be paid for, that cash must come from the company bank account on the balance sheet. Every share bought back weakens the balance sheet. When I buy a share, I do a due diligence of the company, this will involve looking at the the companies net cash, or deficit. I will discount the cash against the shares in issue. That's why I think share buy backs are a waste of cash. Except, when the share price is less than the net asset value of the share, then fill your boots. Santos123
brian3777: Hi AA29 Thank you for your reply. I see the German business is on the balance sheet as £28.9 million. The PUT option is believed to be between £70-£100 million. So if the company sells with the CALL option of circa £125 million. Then that's circa £96 million above the price on the Group balance sheet. This years Statutory profit was only £78.3 million. So you have wonder AA29, why the Chairman would not want to answer questions about the subject to a shareholder, this amounts to bad governance, as in E.S.G. Also, I can not understand why there is so much shorting of the shares, I think some people are going to get there fingers burnt. Brian3777
aa29: Strange, I would have expected you could have talked to someone either during or after the meeting. You should expect DP Enterprises to exercise the call option early in Jan 2023. They value the put option as a potential liability of c£95m currently so the call price should be higher (and reflect an extra year's growth) at say £125m. So perhaps there might be a special dividend from DP plc early next year.
powereddrones: Anyone go to the AGM? Did they change the location from this notification? The location is etc.venues St. Pauls 200 Aldersgate London EC1A 4HD hxxps:// hxxps:// See page 1
philanderer: Peel Hunt: Domino’s moves from defence to attack Domino’s Pizza Group (DOM) is moving ‘from defence into attack’, according to Peel Hunt, which believes the pizza delivery chain will thrive in a downturn. Analyst Douglas Jack retained his ‘buy’ recommendation and target price of 475p on the stock, which owns the Domino’s master franchise in the UK and parts of Europe. The shares closed flat on Monday at 385p. Jack said that now there is a franchisee agreement in place, settling a long-running dispute, Domino’s ‘can strive for a return to faster growth and a higher rating’. ‘More so than other food delivery operators, we believe Domino’s has the business model and opportunities to thrive in a downturn,’ he said. ‘With the franchisee agreement in place, Domino’s can now move on from being defensive about the franchisee relationship and focus on beating the competition.’
km18: Domino’s Pizza posted FY21 results this morning. The business enjoyed a transformational year, with robust trading, excellent strategic progress, resolution with franchisees and significant returns to shareholders. Group revenue was up 11% to £560.8m, statutory profit after tax rebounded 97% to £78.3m and basic EPS likewise jumped 92% to 17.1p. The company announced a new £46m share buyback, in line with the business’s commitment to distribute surplus capital to shareholders. The business continues to grow solidly and profitably. Operating margin and RoCE are both top decile for the sector. Valuation is average and the share price is currently in a correction, so there is no rush to buy. But the business is a solid, expanding retailer with a 20+ year track record of business and share price growth. Certainly a solid company to monitor.... ...from WealthOracleAM
gabsterx: 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!
frazboy: Was that update really worth 30% on the share price? Technical factors also driving the price perhaps
robinnicolson: 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.
brian3777: 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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