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Share Name Share Symbol Market Type Share ISIN Share Description
Dp Eurasia N.v. LSE:DPEU London Ordinary Share NL0012328801 ORD EUR0.12 (DI)
  Price Change % Change Share Price Bid Price Offer Price High Price Low Price Open Price Shares Traded Last Trade
  1.00 1.35% 75.00 75.00 76.00 75.00 74.00 74.20 135,247 14:36:46
Industry Sector Turnover (m) Profit (m) EPS - Basic PE Ratio Market Cap (m)
Travel & Leisure 100.2 -9.2 -7.3 - 109

Dp Eurasia N.v Share Discussion Threads

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DateSubjectAuthorDiscuss
01/4/2021
16:18
Great to see so much trade going through
hybrasil
31/3/2021
13:56
A few ticks up today
lennonsalive
29/3/2021
12:12
See the RNS today by Dominos UK on the sale of their Iceland operation, Stores valued at over £500,000 each. I keep telling you this is cheap. One day I will be proven right.
hybrasil
23/3/2021
08:22
Growth is great but swimming against the rip tide of the Lira.
spectoacc
23/3/2021
08:20
Unimpressed, closed my spread trade this morning
lennonsalive
22/3/2021
17:08
Biggest day for trades here for ages.
hybrasil
22/3/2021
10:12
I took a small spreadbet (now in profit), as it seems overdone and results tomorrow. I shall be watching like a hawk and will sell first sign of trouble
nakedmolerat
22/3/2021
09:18
Can anyone get a quote to buy? Can sell a tonne but cant buy atm.
theprovosts
22/3/2021
09:02
Level 2 is very odd, is this duel listed?
nakedmolerat
22/3/2021
09:01
SYDNEY (March 22): Asian markets faced a fresh stress test on Monday as a plunge in the Turkish lira lifted the safe-haven yen and blunted risk appetite, although the fallout so far looked to be relatively contained. The dollar was trading almost 15% higher on the lira at 8.3000 after President Tayyip Erdogan shocked markets by replacing Turkey's hawkish central bank governor with a like-minded critic of high interest rates. "Erdogan’s decision to fire Governor Agbal, who had sought to instil some price stability and perception of Bank independence, now raises question as to whether the new Governor will look to lower rates while still aim to fight higher inflation," said Rodrigo Catril, a senior FX strategist at NAB. The uncertainty was enough to see Nikkei futures ease to 29,280, pointing to an opening drop from the cash close on Friday of 29,792. Nasdaq futures dipped 0.3% and S&P 500 futures 0.2%. June futures for Treasury 10-year notes edged up just 1 tick, suggesting there was no broad rush to safety. Investors are still struggling to deal with the recent surge in U.S. bond yields, which has left equity valuations for some sectors, particularly tech, looking stretched. Bonds had another wobble on Friday when the Federal Reserve decided not to extend a capital concession for banks, which could lessen their demand for Treasuries. The damage was limited, however, by the Fed's promise to work on the rules to prevent strains in the financial system. Monday's tumble in the lira saw the yen firm modestly, with notable gains on the euro and Australian dollar . That in turn dragged the euro down slightly on the dollar to $1.1880. After an initial slip, the dollar soon steadied at 108.86 yen, while the dollar index was a shade higher at 92.080 . Also lifting the yen were concerns Japanese retail investors that have built long lira positions, a popular trade for the yield-hungry sector, might be squeezed out, so triggering another round of lira selling. Still, analysts at Citi doubted that episode would lead to widespread pressure on emerging markets, noting the last time the lira slid in 2020, there was little spillover. "In terms of impact on other parts of the high-yielding EM, we believe that will be quite limited," Citi said in a note. OUCH!
nakedmolerat
22/3/2021
08:52
It's the weak Lira, tanked 14% o/n.
spectoacc
22/3/2021
08:51
buying opp or has a seller dumped a load before results?
nakedmolerat
19/3/2021
11:21
Results on Tuesday. I still think these are cheap as chips and that the Indians made a very shrewd purchase. MCAP £103m and debt say £47m (if I translate it right) total price for 748 Dominos stores is £150m or roughly £200,000 per store. Compare Poland DPP where on the current market cap the price per store is about £400,000. Thats why I think they are still very cheap. Time will tell if people agree
hybrasil
10/3/2021
07:47
Here come the Indians! I suspect the rapid share price rise caused them to bring forward the announcement of the deal and they are only dealing now with the housekeeping ( the appointment of directors). They still have not told the markets if they intend to get a Turkish quote. Of course they don’t. But the companies stated position is that they intend to. I suspect they want to get their feet under the table before the ultimate next step
hybrasil
09/3/2021
09:11
I'm out too, closed too soon overall, best of luck to holders. Value is back!
spectoacc
08/3/2021
17:15
sold half of mine today at 82p surprised at the late drop , may be buying them back tomorrow :)
spursspurs
02/3/2021
16:45
When they have to go as high as they did the other day to attract sellers, you pretty much know they'll have to rinse and repeat in fairly short order.I'd say this is going a whole lot higher before long. Well done to those who missed the original spike. :)
microscope
02/3/2021
14:57
All looking very good here
spursspurs
01/3/2021
08:48
The reality is the share price had been depressed by fact that fides were sellers. Jubilant are buyers. The company is doing really well. Roll on £1
hybrasil
26/2/2021
10:09
Really weird Haven't updated the market on the retirement of the fides shareholders. Haven't said if they are still going for a Turkish listing. i think they will have to buy the rest!
hybrasil
20/2/2021
11:55
Can any explain how come if there is a new 32% shareholder that there isn't a mandatory take over offer? Edit Just been told takeover code doesn't apply because dpeurasia is a dutch company
hybrasil
19/2/2021
16:32
It is fantastic news for the company. Fides have wanted out for a long time. We have now a dedicated member of the dpi family as an owner of 1/3rd of the company. I don't think they will be happy with 1/3rd. So I suspect we will see corporate action in the not too distant t future.
hybrasil
19/2/2021
13:53
Cheers folks, I suspect though before long you will all make substantially more than I did, and deservedly so. Not much chart resistance on the way up here to my eye.
microscope
19/2/2021
13:05
good effort Micro - hopefully you bought back in on the little shake earlier. I think worth holding now as can only see it going higher
spursspurs
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