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
  +4.20p +1.74% 245.90p 245.40p 245.70p 245.90p 241.10p 241.10p 1,134,255 16:35:05
Industry Sector Turnover (m) Profit (m) EPS - Basic PE Ratio Market Cap (m)
Travel & Leisure 534.3 61.9 10.3 23.9 1,136.62

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Rip off pizza company with little toppings and price rises. £18.99 for a pizza you have got to be having a laugh! I'd never invest in a company that rips off their costumers. Oh and i'll never order from these rip of merchants again. Goto a restaurant if you want much better pizza (and more toppings) at a cheaper price.
Why the big drop?
A thumbs up from me to DOM management for actually spelling out in the Trading Statement what 'market expectations' actually are: "Market expectations for Underlying PBT for 2018 are £93.0m-£99.6m based on company-gathering estimates from 9 analysts in September 2018". Personally I am supportive of the new share buyback program at current share price levels. IMO it looks undervalued, with a forecast PE of 16.9, DY of 3.5% and FCF yield of 4.2%.
Broker comment here:
Positive RNS. Disappointing international growth though, at similar levels as domestic, from a much lower base, however nice to see it is near break even now, perhaps some work done on the logistics to sure up future expansion. Germany is clearly a huge market and if they get this right it could fuel the expansion plans. Unsure on the 25m buyback. I would of preferred this be used for expansion plans internationally.
Market report: Domino's Pizza, up 8.5%. The pizza chain announced a further GBP25 million share buyback and reported rise in quarterly sales. The company's group system sales increased 5.9% year-on-year to GBP303.3 million from GBP286.4 million for the 13 weeks to September 30, and rose 6% on an organic basis. Due to its "strong" balance sheet, Domino's said it approved a further GBP25 million of share buyback. The company has already completed a GBP50 million share repurchase programme. In the UK & Republic of Ireland, system sales were up 6% to GBP277.3 million, with a similar organic growth rate at 6.1%. Like-for-like UK sales grew 2.2% and Republic of Ireland same store sales were up 3.3%. HTTPS://
Q3 seems ok to me. Liberum 'sell' / Peel Hunt 'buy' :-)
Peel Hunt 'buy'... target 350p cut from 425p
UBS 'sell' tp 250p cut from 275p
Connect Group . mmmmmmmm
Berenberg 'hold' tp 280p cut from 320p
Taken the 4p divi in it's stride :-)
Looking oversold and fairly decent value here IMHO. Ex-dividend tomorrow.
Not sure where the growth will come from . I called to see if I could be a Franchisee ,got an answering machine with the message ‘not taking applications’. I called to see if I could rent them my property on a prominent high st. Got through to an answering machine that had the message ‘mail box full’ . I was also interested in buying shares in the company but now have very cold feet
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.
Was interested to hear from the call that there are two franchisees owning 200 ish franchises IIRC so those two will have a fair amount of power already. Also that the direct purchase of London stores is allowing that area to be managed more profitably for plc. And a brief update on new openings, at least one confirmed for h2 as one in Prestatyn has opened in past couple of weeks.
During the conference call David Wild said that it was a "natural thing" for the franchisees to have an association and he had already met them. He also said that "Domino's UK has some of the best franchisees in the world with a close connection to the brand but at the end of the day the relationship is a commercial one. There are always natural tensions and we have our ups and downs but we try and resolve any issues".
Citigroup retains 'neutral' tp 310p cut from 370p
Down down down falling apart by the sounds of it.
'Revenge of the Domino's pizza chefs: More than £146m is wiped off the chain's value as tension grows between franchisees and the boss' Growing tensions have emerged between franchise workers and CEO David Wild Three finance directors have also left under Wild's tenure Franchisees say they are under pressure to open more outlets in existing spots HTTP://
16:09 out Bigdish plc recently listed on the main market of the LSE..looks v exciting
And finally Barclays: "Hl results are mixed. UK profits are solid enough, International losses have deepened, and the new UK openings target has been cut to 60 sites. Underlying PBT was +2.5% to £45.7m, EPS was +6.8% to 7.8p, and DPS +8% to 4.05p. Net Debt increased to £182m (£148m at Dec-l7). Within this, UK and Ireland profits were +8.1% but International losses widened from £O.3m in H117 to £l.8m in Hl 18. There were £4m of "non-underlying" items, including £l.9m on UK supply chain transformation, £2.1m relating to the conversion of the Norway acquisition. LFL sales growth in Hl has moved to 5.9%, with 02 LFLs slowing to 4.7% reflecting 'the prolonged period of hot weather; which was "only partially offset" by The World Cup. 01 LFLs were 7%, and comps from 02 FY17 were 1.4%, so the 2 year comp has moved lower to just 6.2% (01 18 10.8%). The rollout cut is likely to be a focus of attention. 22 UK sites have been opened so far this year, with guidance for 60 FY18 openings 'of which several uncertain on timing'. This is lower than Barclays current forecast of 70 sites, and previous guidance of 65-75 openings. Franchisee store profits are up 5.3% in Hl, vs LFLs of 5.9% indicating slightly lower margins, but despite cash profit growth, the slower rollout may well indicate some tensions between the company and franchisees. The company announced on 6th August 2018 it has acquired another London franchisee (Hamandi Investments Ltd). The consideration was £7.5m for 6 stores, which may create further debate about the mix of owned vs franchisee stores. The outlook statement is robust, however, with the comment: 'we expect the full year Underlying Profit Before Tax to be in line with current market expectations'. Longer term, new site targets for the UK are unchanged at 1,600. Valuation: Dec-PE 19.2x, EV/EBITDA: 13.9x, Dividend yield: 3.1%"
UBS note: "Q2 LFL growth of 4.7% ex splits slowed vs. Q1, despite a 2% easier comp, with the benefits of the World Cup offset by warm weather. Adj. PBT increased by 2.5%, impacted by international labour costs. Domino's has opened only 22 new stores in the UK so far and have also agreed to buy a further 6 stores from a London franchisee, potentially indicating the store opening environment is now more challenging. Whilst the stock has already been weak into results, we believe the slower LFL growth, weaker profit growth and store opening run-rate will be a concern."
Canaccord note: "Domino's interims confirmed that it has had a good H1, despite the unseasonably hot weather, with PBT (Adj) of £45.7m vs CGe of £45.9m and EP5 +6.8% to 7.8p vs CGe of +7.5p. Domino's has maintained its full year FY18E guidance despite a slowdown in Q2 UK L4L growth and a reduction in new UK store openings to c.60 from previous guidance of 65-75 (CGe 70). H2 L4L comparatives get tougher but it should continue to deliver +5% pa over the medium term. The dividend was hiked 8% and the SBB should recommence shortly. We retain our BUY recommendation and 425p share price target Domino's share price performed poorly running into these interims, not helped by the recent Sunday Times article, and it now trades on relatively undemanding multiples (at yesterday's close) of 19.6x PER for FY18E falling to 17.5x for FY19E and on a 5.1% FCF yield changing to 5.7% for FY19E. Our 425p share price target is based on a basket of valuation metrics and is equivalent to a PE of c.26x, an EV/EBITDA of c.17x, and FCF of +4.0% for FY18E. Our DCF generates a target price of 465p; we derive an adj. Quest value of 399p. We value the German associate at 15p."
Midday market report.. Domino's Pizza was the worst performer in the FTSE 250, slumping 10% as it registered a loss for its international business over the first half of the year. "These results will be received with something between grudging acceptance and mild disappointment...Domino's is executing well in the UK with strong growth in sales and resilient earnings. But overseas, where the group has been expanding rapidly through acquisitions as well as new openings, profits have come in below par," commented Steve Clayton, manager of the Hargreaves Lansdown Select UK Growth Shares fund, which holds a position in the stock. For the six months to July 1, Domino's revenue grew to GBP259.1 million from GBP211.3 million year-on-year, as pretax profit fell to GBP41.7 from GBP46.2 reported a year ago as high wages in Norway hiked administrative costs to GBP52.7 million from GBP30.6 million year-on-year. Domino's total sales were up 13% to GBP616.6 million from GBP546.5 million year-on-year, with UK & Ireland sales up 8.1% to GBP565.1 million from GBP522.7 million. The company's international business recorded an adjusted operating loss of GBP1.8 million. Alliance News
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