Share Name Share Symbol Market Type Share ISIN Share Description
DP Poland LSE:DPP London Ordinary Share GB00B3Q74M51 ORD 0.5P
  Price Change % Change Share Price Bid Price Offer Price High Price Low Price Open Price Shares Traded Last Trade
  -1.00p -2.33% 42.00p 41.00p 43.00p 43.00p 42.00p 43.00p 110,000 09:04:19
Industry Sector Turnover (m) Profit (m) EPS - Basic PE Ratio Market Cap (m)
Travel & Leisure 7.6 -2.5 -1.9 - 62.75

DP Poland Share Discussion Threads

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14/1/2018
12:43
http://wbj.pl/pizza-stories/
lbo
13/1/2018
08:22
I'm going in march
hybrasil
12/1/2018
16:46
Am off to Poland in April so plan to do some visits to the stores and order etc
guernseymoney
12/1/2018
16:21
Feb 9 I think is the trading update
hybrasil
12/1/2018
15:43
I note that the share price is starting to creeep up. Are we expecting any announcements from the company soon?
silverlandfinance
18/12/2017
17:11
Even with the dilution, if you're lucky like me and have a blended low entry price, then it's still a hold. Appreciate that's not the case for all holders, but still doesn't mean the company is a dog. Big mistake for them to raise so little at IPO, but c'est la vie.
guernseymoney
15/12/2017
09:48
LBO Perhaps you will be right but I don't think so (and hope not). Lets defer the discussion for 3 years
hybrasil
15/12/2017
09:31
Yet still Poland has more stores in that time and much less revenues and losses not profits
lbo
15/12/2017
08:28
And will continue to be. It only started in 2010
hybrasil
14/12/2017
13:17
But in Iceland in only 23 stores they generate over £35m in sales and a profit of £2.4 million. In Poland it's quite the opposite with 50 stores.
lbo
14/12/2017
10:58
Todays dominos acquisition of iceland dominos more than underpins the value here. I gather the recent share pull back has been one shareholder who wanted out.Its ticked up a little this morning and I suspect we will back in the 40's for the february trading statement
hybrasil
05/12/2017
07:49
Instead of being clever and writing all the patronising rubbish, if we private investors would set up an alliance putting pressure on Peel Hunt and the directors, the criminal behaviour could be contained, for the only reason that these criminals get away with fleecing everybody is because they can get away with it and no one from the directors or large shareholders advises them of what is acceptable behaviour. Other companies do this! If the chairman of the company would guide them as to what is acceptable, much of this behaviour would be eliminated. It does appear to me that directors of the company are complicit whether knowingly or unwittingly and there is much that they could do to ensure that shareholders are treated with respect as they should be.
a1samu
05/12/2017
07:01
@LBO yes, but there are so many rats and mice on AIM. One of my mates put £5k in Bitcoin in 2014 and has just cashed out with a serious gain. I never had any exposure, but the whole crypto currency thing raises huge existential questions to the status quo re markets/central banks/things as we know it.
guernseymoney
04/12/2017
16:43
Bitcoin could end up being more bent then the AIM marketOver the first 20 years the FTSE Aim All-Share index had fallen by 27% while the main market index had gained 85%.https://www.ft.com/content/ea2bd724-140c-11e5-abda-00144feabdc0
lbo
04/12/2017
15:48
@ A1samu Well, nobody is forcing you to buy/sell shares, but agreed that whole system is BENT and market makers/insider trading/secondary dealing is rigged and crooked. Just stick to bitcoin and retire early :-)
guernseymoney
04/12/2017
15:32
None of the comments help in curtailing the market makers to behave in a civilised manner and all the bull-sheet written, does not help for the future for no one is interested in trying to reform the behaviour of the rampant share manipulators, who all they want to do is to continue in their criminal ways.
a1samu
04/12/2017
15:27
@LBO Fair enough, but the UK plc is hardly going to buy the Swiss Domino's operation and tell the truth to shareholders and say something like "we bought this Swiss dog in a fire sale and it's a bit of a gamble, but hardly material so worth giving it a go" Anyhow, be interested to see where DPP goes the next few years.
guernseymoney
04/12/2017
14:27
@LBO, that was all made clear at the time of DPP IPO and is not comparing apples with apples. Well-understood that running the Dominos franchise in a country is not sure-fire ticket to a pot of gold. For me, DPP is a bet on Poland/the Polish economy as much as it is a bet on the Dominos franchise concept. Liechtenstein - I've been there several times and the lack of oxygen in that mountain air must have got to Global Brands when they decided to open a franchise there. Opening a Dominos in Vaduz? Clearly insane, could not think of a less congruent brand. Same with Switzerland, which I visit twice a month on business = unreal labour costs, totally different tastes to say UK/US, lashings of Swiss bureaucracy, etc.
guernseymoney
04/12/2017
14:12
I am sure many AIM investors still remember Global Brands SA and the losses they suffered on that Swiss, Luxembourg and Liechtenstein Dominos franchise! https://www.haaretz.com/print-edition/business/london-ipo-proves-to-be-no-pie-in-the-sky-dream-for-global-brands-1.171129 http://www.edisoninvestmentresearch.com/?ACT=18&ID=5165 http://investors.dominos.co.uk/media/news/acquisition
lbo
04/12/2017
14:08
@LBO, I am just being boisterous and speculative, but all I know is that DPP is a share I like to hold because I like the story and believe that there is upside. I've followed the Co. since inception, and it's interesting. @a1samu, market rigging etc is not unique to DPP, the whole system is totally bent. GLA
guernseymoney
04/12/2017
13:45
A deal at 15.46 this morning of 300000 & 37 is a capitulation to the criminality of the market makers. This sale will have resulted in losses of thousand, unless it was a sale by some director of having been given free shares some of the way, which I doubt. I do not understand why the share-price does not collapse on a large sale of this magnitude. If all punters would stick together not allowing themselves to be robbed of their possessions, the market makers would not be able to prevail in their thieving of criminality taking value from naive punters! This share is all rigged. When progressing news is put about, the price drops, when massive quantities are sold the price remains the same!
a1samu
03/12/2017
20:30
£5 in 2025? After what dilution over that period? Let's just take Amrest which is listed in Poland but which currently operates nearly 1550 restaurants in 15 countries and last year it had EBITDA of €127m. How do you expect DPP to get anywhere near those numbers and £5 per share? Amrest is the largest independent restaurant operator in Central and Eastern Europe. Since 1993, the company has been building a portfolio of brands, such as KFC, Pizza Hut, Burger King. In Poland AmRest has only just managed over 346 restaurants.
lbo
03/12/2017
16:18
Agree Guernsey.
hybrasil
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