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DPEU Dp Eurasia N.v.

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18 Apr 2024 - Closed
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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 Shares Traded Last Trade
  0.00 0.00% 190.00 0.00 01:00:00
Bid Price Offer Price High Price Low Price Open Price
100.00 296.00
Industry Sector Turnover Profit EPS - Basic PE Ratio Market Cap
Last Trade Time Trade Type Trade Size Trade Price Currency
- O 0 190.00 GBX

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Date Time Title Posts
28/11/202308:32DP Eurasia: Domino's in Turkey & Russia253
28/3/201808:05Are you russian for a turkey pizza24

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Posted at 11/3/2022 10:05 by m_kerr
hybrasil - the problem to resolve is that DPEU have the capital invested in russia, so if the order to leave russia comes in from domino's inc, DPEU should be compensated. trading in turkey will i suspect be unaffected by any decision, so they don't face the same pressures that consumer facing businesses in the west have.

the issue i've always had with this company is geopolitical risk. the turkish side of DPEU is fantastically well managed, but that's being dragged down by the russian operation.
Posted at 23/2/2022 08:16 by hybrasil
Judging by the price reaction - probably not
Posted at 27/1/2022 22:25 by m_kerr
one thing i look at here is the franchisee percentage, which has fallen from about 33% at IPO, to about 23% now. that means lower risk, lower capex (meaning higher returns), and almost always a much higher share price (if it wasn't for the currency anyway). the strong demand for franchises is an excellent sign. the Turkish side is very well run. the russian side isn't, and continues to lose money.
Posted at 21/12/2021 05:19 by hybrasil
I use a very crude method to value the various dominos franchisees and that is to divide the market cap by the number of stores. In the case of Dpeu that gives a value per store of €132 k or cheap as chips (as opposed to pizza!)
Posted at 16/12/2021 21:09 by m_kerr
lira lost a further 30% since my last post. in terms of a multiple of sterling system sales this is getting more expensive. just £100m of system sales now.

turkven were clearly desperate to get out at any price. somehow despite the lira being increasingly worthless the shares are up strongly since then.
Posted at 15/11/2021 12:35 by microscope
Well the bookbuild was intended to raise funds for about 25 million shares, but they only ended up buying about ten million hybrasil.While it's true that a large number of DPEU shareholders expressed that they wouldn't sell their shares, nevertheless Jubilant, had they pursued their intention thoroughly, would have then looked to smaller shareholders.I didn't receive any communication, and I expect I was not alone. Did you? The conclusion that the bookbuild didn't raise the intended funds therefore becomes entirely logical.Maybe they'll have to raise their offer (after six months) to attract more sellers. Or maybe they'll make do with what they've got.That's the gamble either way I think.
Posted at 01/11/2021 11:42 by microscope
Well with 50pc seemingly out of the picture following this morning's announcement, I suspect this is now less in play than it was even a few days ago.If Jubilant couldn't raise funds to get near to 49.99pc, then how would they ever complete a full takeover?It would need to be some sort of equity deal I imagine, which could be less attractive to DPEU shareholders than a full cash bid
Posted at 01/10/2021 09:34 by microscope
....And re yesterday's RNS is on its way to up to 49.99 percent via further investment at 95p a share.Subdued market (and nothing on here!) reaction thus far but company very much in play now either to Jubilant or possibly another bidder for the rest.If this were a technology or mining company I suspect we'd be hundreds of posts deep by now!Jubilant have stated they don't intend to consider buying the rest 'for at least six months' unless another bidder emerges. Jubilant even highlight the share price fall from 2018 suggesting it was largely because of a mix of currency and illiquidity, despite 85 per cent growth in the business.
Posted at 12/9/2021 22:40 by m_kerr
what you should look for with domino's franchises is the like for like sales growth, and franchisee openings. both are excellent here. it's clearly a well run business with experienced local management, albeit results are soured by a failing russian business. main issue i've had with DPEU is that it's stuck in turkey, the lira being down 70% in the last 5 years. as an investor are you fairly compensated for that heightened currency risk? jubilant foodworks, the domino's franchisor of india, has an enterprise value of £5.3bn, or £3.8m per outlet, compared to around £0.2m per outlet for DPEU (5% of the value).
Posted at 31/8/2021 18:38 by lennonsalive
DP Eurasia (DPEU)DP Eurasia is the master franchisee of Domino's in Russia, Turkey, Georgia, and Azerbaijan.It holds an exclusive license here and is the largest pizza delivery company in Turkey.Here's an excerpt from the company's recent trading update:However, these high growth percentages are from weak comparators in the year prior. The shares have also been a disaster from IPO.But looking closer, we can see that towards the end of 2020 the moving averages started to turn up and the price broke out.We can see the price rallied strongly through 45p and hit a closing price high of 84p. I've drawn the resistance level here. The stock is consolidating with low volume and low volatility. That tells me the stock is reaching its equilibrium point, where buyers and sellers decide is the correct price. It also means that the stock will likely have a big move when it does move - although this could also be down as well as up!I'm watching the stock closely here for future updates and to see if the price breaks through 84p.PositivesVolume slowing and volatility contractingConfirmed uptrendNegatives Easy comparators from 2020Operates in areas of increased risk both economically and politically
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