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
  4.40 1.54% 290.00 288.50 288.90 289.80 284.10 285.60 849,378 16:35:15
Industry Sector Turnover (m) Profit (m) EPS - Basic PE Ratio Market Cap (m)
Travel & Leisure 534.3 61.9 10.3 28.2 1,340

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01/8/2017
08:03
yesterday's note.......... Domino’s Pizza: Peel Hunt still wants a slice of the action Half year results from takeaway chain Domino’s Pizza (DOM) has given the bears enough to worry about but Peel Hunt said it would rather focus on the positives. Analyst Douglas Jack retained his ‘buy’ recommendation and target price of 400p on the stock following interim results. The shares edged a penny lower to 266.4p yesterday. ‘In our view, the interim results had something for everyone,’ he said. ‘The bears can dwell on the second quarter’s weak like-for-like sales, the first half’s lack of margin growth…and the lower profits/store for franchisees. The bulls can highlight the first half’s perfect storm, the potential for new initiatives, the business’ cashflow and franchisees choosing to accelerate expansion even though Domino’s has cut incentives. We are with the franchisees and would prefer to look forward.’ He added that the UK business was ‘capable of recovering to c.5% like-for-like sales, which should trigger a rerating’. HTTP://citywire.co.uk/money/the-expert-view-hsbc-barclays-and-domino-s/a1038505?re=48309&ea=290170&utm_source=BulkEmail_Money_Daily&utm_medium=BulkEmail_Money_Daily&;utm_campaign=BulkEmail_Money_Daily#i=4
philanderer
31/7/2017
16:25
Funny old day :-)
philanderer
31/7/2017
11:24
I'd like to see the directors showing a sign of faith and buying a decent quantity , not feasible of course if there's any sign of an imminent approach. edit: JE. also getting hit down by about the same percentage today.
philanderer
31/7/2017
11:24
cashandcard - yes buybacks trigger a big debate. But unlike dividend income you don't pay tax on them. Domino's is set to go ex-dividend on the interim payment of 3.75p on 3 August. After that occurs the forecast P/E for 2018 is 16.5X. Is this cheap or not? Depends on the outlook for the UK business. If Domino's is confident they should buy back the stock!!!
trytotakeiteasy
31/7/2017
11:11
In my experience, share buybacks are a waste of money and I would rather see funds returned direct as divi's. When you see companies buying back at high prices, then failing to do so at lower levels, it just smacks of flawed strategy or gentlemen's agreement so the chosen few can exit at good prices, on the back of their shares being bought out. Return the cash direct or nothing in my book. Cash
cashandcard
31/7/2017
11:06
Last time they bought back stock was 21 February. I.e. just over five months ago. Net debt to EBITDA was 0.6X at June 2017 versus a medium-term target of 1.25X. I would be very frustrated if they don't use the share price weakness to buy back a meaningful amount of shares. In the first half they bought back £20m. Current market cap is about £1.3bn. I think they should at least be able to buy back 2% of the shares in the second half. The trouble is that companies seem to buy back shares only when things are going well and so they do so at high prices.
trytotakeiteasy
31/7/2017
09:50
philanderer - No obvious other acquirers. Private equity is possible but they would want a lower price. With sterling weak I can see Domino's a target. Certainly Domino's could have much more leverage than they do now. So private equity could fund a takeover with debt.
trytotakeiteasy
31/7/2017
09:34
I've only seen Dominos Australia mentioned as a predator . Any others spoken about ?
philanderer
31/7/2017
08:52
They should get on with starting the share buy backs that they said would start "shortly".....I think if this goes down say 20% more it could be subject to a takeover.... these are tough times but Domino's should make it through..
trytotakeiteasy
31/7/2017
08:45
Oh dear , looks as though this is the new shorters target ..... 500k printed already.
philanderer
31/7/2017
07:47
31st july Peel Hunt buy tp 400p reiterates
philanderer
28/7/2017
09:08
And testing that low again. All mine down this morning though except SSPG :-S
philanderer
26/7/2017
15:40
Just -10p on the week now ;-) UT: 1 million @ 270.4p
philanderer
26/7/2017
10:59
26th july Barclays 'equal weight' tp 280p cut from 290p
philanderer
26/7/2017
07:49
Domino’s still hungry for growth Peel Hunt has taken heart from the expansion of Domino’s Pizza (DOM), despite fears from some investors growth could slow. Shares in the group fell 7.5% to 258.4p yesterday despite a 10.5% jump in half-year sales, amid worries over a squeeze in household spending and a raft of new store openings cannibalising its offering. But analyst Douglas Jack, who rates the shares a ‘buy’ with a 400p target price, is staying optimistic. ‘Contrasting some commentators’ negative views, franchisees are accelerating, not slowing, their expansion plans, reflecting their superior understanding of the competitive backdrop and the company’s incentives to drive like-for-like sales,’ he said. ‘It is investing to drive customer order volume as well as operational and distribution efficiency for both itself and its franchisees. This should pay dividends over the medium term, on which basis we would buy the shares.’ HTTP://citywire.co.uk/money/the-expert-view-next-domino-s-and-acacia-mining/a1036493?re=48182&ea=290170&utm_source=BulkEmail_Money_Daily&utm_medium=BulkEmail_Money_Daily&utm_campaign=BulkEmail_Money_Daily#i=6
philanderer
26/7/2017
07:45
Takeaway talk follows Domino’s Pizza results Domino’s Pizza Group was being tipped as a possible bid target last night after a disappointing set of first-half results caused a fresh slump in its already battered share price. Analysts said that yesterday’s 15½p fall to a two-year low of 263¾p, down a third since March, could attract the acquisitive attentions of Domino’s Pizza Enterprises, its Australian counterpart and its partner in Germany. Douglas Jack, at Peel Hunt, the broker, pointed out that both the American and Australian Domino’s were trading on multiples roughly double that of their British counterpart. HTTPS://www.thetimes.co.uk/edition/business/takeaway-talk-follows-dominos-pizza-results-k6kbj2fcg
philanderer
25/7/2017
16:16
10.5 million traded for the day. UT : 1.8 million @ 263.7p
philanderer
25/7/2017
13:25
Looking at the big picture re takeaway food it looks like quality is generally getting better and dom are getting left behind. There are so many excellent £10 pizza places near me now that Dom wouldn't get a thought. They seem very expensive to me. I sold out this morning so the share price will no doubt recover from here and good luck to all holders but the brokers targets seem a long way off now.
cashstrapped
25/7/2017
13:22
'Pizza lovers can now ask Alexa to feed them after Domino's seals deal with Amazon's voice technology' ....“We expect the stock to further de-rate in the face of increased competition, not least from the wider rollout of Nando's delivery, with Nando's customers overlapping significantly with Domino's,” Cenkos analyst Simon French said. HTTP://www.telegraph.co.uk/business/2017/07/25/pizza-lovers-can-now-ask-alexa-feed-dominos-seals-deal-amazons/?utm_source=dlvr.it&utm_medium=twitter
philanderer
25/7/2017
13:16
Big volume , 6 million printed so far today and that 260p a definite ceiling at the moment.
philanderer
25/7/2017
13:01
See post 2766 Now down 7%
hybrasil
25/7/2017
12:58
Closed out this morning! Fun ride, but latest results filled with standard cover up jargon of a company reaching maturity in an increasingly competitive marketplace. More and more promotional dependency alongside rising costs and a depreciating edge on tech/service. Good luck folks, I hope i'm wrong!
philbrown29
25/7/2017
12:41
25th july Canaccord buy tp 400p retains
philanderer
25/7/2017
09:45
City AM Domino's Pizza Group reported growth in the first half of the year, but spooked investors with sales growth slower than the rate of expansion. Sales for the whole group were up 10.5 per cent to £546.5m, although this included the addition of the Nordics area, which added £14.9m in sales. Pre-tax profits also grew by 9.1 per cent to £44.6m Analysts at Librerum pointed out that 3.5 per cent growth in the number of orders the lagged behind the 6.5 per cent rate of store expansion. A stalwart of food delivery, Domino's faces competition from the likes of Deliveroo and Uber Eats. The company has countered this by pushing its technology offer, seeing an average of 73 people using its app every minute, rising to 916 during peak hours. Today also marks the launch of Domino's ordering via the Amazon Echo. Two thirds of orders were placed online. But analysts were concerned today by the rate of expansion. Domino's plans to open 90 stores in the UK this year, having added 40 so far. Yet order count growth has been comparatively slower. However, today's announcement also promised a £4m investment in improving value and a new advertising campaign, which is thought to be aimed at addressing the disparity. HTTP://www.cityam.com/269070/dominos-pizza-takes-bigger-slice-profits-but-sales-growth
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