Share Name Share Symbol Market Type Share ISIN Share Description
DP Eurasia LSE:DPEU London Ordinary Share NL0012328801 ORD EUR0.12 (DI)
  Price Change % Change Share Price Shares Traded Last Trade
  -2.20p -1.78% 121.60p 62,273 14:17:02
Bid Price Offer Price High Price Low Price Open Price
119.00p 123.00p 124.20p 120.20p 124.20p
Industry Sector Turnover (m) Profit (m) EPS - Basic PE Ratio Market Cap (m)
Travel & Leisure 123.82 1.33 0.01 13,908.2 176.8

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14/11/201815:41DP Eurasia: Domino's in Turkey & Russia57
28/3/201807:05Are you russian for a turkey pizza24

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DP Eurasia Daily Update: DP Eurasia is listed in the Travel & Leisure sector of the London Stock Exchange with ticker DPEU. The last closing price for DP Eurasia was 123.80p.
DP Eurasia has a 4 week average price of 90.10p and a 12 week average price of 74.60p.
The 1 year high share price is 240p while the 1 year low share price is currently 74.60p.
There are currently 145,372,414 shares in issue and the average daily traded volume is 127,494 shares. The market capitalisation of DP Eurasia is £176,772,855.42.
shard of glass: A relatively good days trading yesterday and it ended slightly up. Today about 15k total of AT trade shares has been utilised to sink this share price back about 5% and if I were to be honest it is in ridiculously oversold territory for the company and sales growth delivered in the last update. Whilst it has to be said the Turkish Lira is 15% higher than its lows and seems now to be stabilising in at the £1 = 7.85 tl level on the spot market (give or take a bit). Same company behind the scenes and still making on a daily basis decent margin quality food that you can depend on and still growing with it regardless. Buy in in tranches or go long if you have sufficient margin and wait for algorithm that is manipulating this share price to turn the other way. The market capitalisation and P/E for the size and growth potential of DPEU must be looking silly presently. If the Turks raise interest rates or DT in the USA gets impeached it should rocket. Furthermore a really sound business is being delivered into any predators hands who wishes it and at a fraction of its true value. dyor and atb
shard of glass: maiken I think you will probably find I'm not wrong at all and previously followed DP Poland also. Given the parent company of Domino's Pizza is in the US do you really think that cheese and tomatoes will be flown over and imported from the USA or the UK to ensure consistency. What is important is consistency for the country in which the franchise is. To liken buying pizza and link it to cheese as a commodity as you would do say the gold price or a barrel of oil is a nonsense. Better to liken it to say Coffee as a commodity and say Nescafe where it is an acknowledged fact that there are regional variations. I agree moreso with the previous but one poster in that there are probably short games being played off the back of the weakness in turkish lira but these normally in the first instance get overexaggerated and secondly they turn it on a sixpence when they like. The fact the share price never strengthened when the Lira did I think is the other clue. I am not complaining for I will be adding at specific retrace intervals. Never ever also rule out 2 further things. 1. The fact that the parent company could spy buyout potential 2. Share buybacks. dyor
shard of glass: I expect all ingredients will be locally sourced and therefore will be paid for in Turkish Lira as you have to do at all supermarkets, restaurants and bars in Turkey. I think it highly unlikely that ingredients that would be supposedly fresh? would be imported. As pointed out in a few posts earlier the Turkish Lira a few days back was at one point £1 = 9 TL. Its now improved about 20% to £1 = 7.38 TL. That's a circa 20% improvement and although the share porice has followed it down it hasn't yet followed it back up. The share price therefore has a lot of catching up to do.. The last update from DPEU I thought read brilliantly for a growth company. Investment made and happy to add a few more batches as and when. dyor
maiken: can anyone tell me what costs are euro [or $ ]denominated ? I'm guessing ingredients like cheese etc. The prospectus said they don't hedge commodities but that's all I could see. I rang Buchanan,their financial PR,but both people who act for DPEU are on holiday and no-one is covering for them !!! Pretty disgraceful given what's going on in both Turkey and the share price...
shard of glass: Interesting company this one that has just caught my eye and is increasing both sales and the number of outlets. The Turkish lira currency knocks in the last few days has dented the share price with at one point the pound worth nearly 9 Turkish Lira. that's dented the share price also. However the Turkish Lira exchange rate has been improving over the last two days and is now about £1 to 7.68 Tl as I type on the spot market. The share price therefore should recover well as things improve and further improve. I spied some inherent value and bought myself a good slice of this Domino's Pizza enterprise. Easy takeover target also if things stay the same for any similar companies with stronger currency in $, £ or Euros Dyor
trytotakeiteasy: So much information in these results it is hard to judge whether they are good or bad! Currency headwind but the underlying company appears to be well managed. Not much of a share price reaction. Balance sheet is stronger than a year ago so should be able to finance expansion in Russia. Valuation high relative to near-term earnings so this is one to tuck away.
trytotakeiteasy: hybrasil - Yes I remember the Swiss one which failed. It was listed here I think and hyped up by its broker. It is now owned by Domino's UK and they lost £1.3m a year in each of the last two years. Shows that the story doesn't necessarily travel well. Not sure about takeaway pizza in Turkey and Russia. You have the riskiness of emerging markets. Maybe put the share price chart in the header?
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