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FSTA Fuller Smith & Turner Plc

14.00 (2.1%)
28 Nov 2023 - Closed
Delayed by 15 minutes
Share Name Share Symbol Market Type Share ISIN Share Description
Fuller Smith & Turner Plc LSE:FSTA London Ordinary Share GB00B1YPC344 'A' ORD 40P
  Price Change % Change Share Price Shares Traded Last Trade
  14.00 2.1% 680.00 36,034 16:35:26
Bid Price Offer Price High Price Low Price Open Price
674.00 686.00 688.00 664.00 666.00
Industry Sector Turnover Profit EPS - Basic PE Ratio Market Cap
Malt Beverages 336.6M 7.9M 0.1299 52.50 414.74M
Last Trade Time Trade Type Trade Size Trade Price Currency
16:35:26 UT 5,691 680.00 GBX

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21/11/202322:01Anybody out there?334
12/11/202009:13please ignore just mucking around-

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Posted at 28/11/2023 08:20 by Fuller Smith & Turner Daily Update
Fuller Smith & Turner Plc is listed in the Malt Beverages sector of the London Stock Exchange with ticker FSTA. The last closing price for Fuller Smith & Turner was 666p.
Fuller Smith & Turner currently has 60,811,638 shares in issue. The market capitalisation of Fuller Smith & Turner is £414,735,371.
Fuller Smith & Turner has a price to earnings ratio (PE ratio) of 52.50.
This morning FSTA shares opened at 666p
Posted at 21/11/2023 20:24 by darrin1471
The Telegraph is being a bit disingenuous. The £200m includes the special dividend from the brewery sale.
Revenues are up because prices are up.
City Pub group has just been sold at £10m below NAV.

On the positive side:
"Directors’ valuation of the total property portfolio in May 2022 at £995.6 million,
approximately £400 million above our current book value – giving implied adjusted
net asset value per share of £14.07"
Posted at 21/11/2023 18:12 by lindowcross
From the Telegraph today:

A rally of more than 40pc from the year’s low in April helps to justify this column’s patience with pubs-to-hotels group Fuller, Smith & Turner and any further improvement in trading could (finally) take us into the black on this position, first taken two years ago.

Working from home, train strikes and input cost inflation may have crimped the pace of the post-lockdown recovery but Fuller’s well-tended estate in London and the south of England is showing strong footfall despite some very variable weather.

First-half results published last week for the six months to September showed double-digit percentage increases in revenues from food, drink and accommodation. Profits rose sharply, cash flow was good and the company increased its interim dividend by 42pc, adding a new share buyback programme as it did so.

And the buyback is one of those that genuinely make financial sense, because the shares continue to trade a long way below net asset value. The company’s £386m market value compares with equity or net assets of £442m, and that latter figure is based on property valuations that date back more than two decades in many cases.

An indication of the value that lies within Fuller, Smith & Turner comes from the £17m profit that the company will book on the sale of a property in Southwark, London, for £20m when the deal closes next year.

Risks remain, especially from further train strikes, sticky inflation or “higher for longer” interest rates, which drain away consumers’ confidence and cash. But even then the valuation and strong balance sheet offer protection.

In the meantime, the dividends and buybacks mean investors are gaining some reward for their patience.

It is worth bearing in mind that by the time Fuller Smith & Turner completes the new buyback and pays its final dividend for fiscal 2024 next summer it will have returned some £200m in cash to shareholders over a decade, no mean sum relative to the current market value.

Fuller Smith & Turner still looks very cheap. Hold.
Posted at 15/11/2023 10:57 by giltedge1
Great Result, caught market off guard all up profit, Cashflow, Dividend, debt down. Mad hatter sale to come I believe. Great to see price rises sticking, charge £129 for a hotel room might have a pint on way home to celebrate!.
Posted at 20/6/2023 10:12 by philanderer
Questor still pushing them..

'There should be no hangovers for investors who buy another round at this pub and hotels group'

Questor share tip: Headwinds persist but sales and profits have met expectations while the company’s balance sheet offers plenty of security
Posted at 16/6/2023 05:02 by giltedge1
Mad Hatter sale underlines many hidden gems in Central London portfolio. 6 more & debt free. I have a Youngs & Fullers near me Fullers I much prefer, they refurbished my local, on purchase & refurbished again 5 years later, good operator Gaining market share with weak operators leaving market.
Posted at 15/6/2023 14:09 by 1tx
Reasonable results;and it looks if we are on an upward trend.The agreement to sell the Mad Hatter Hotel for £20m against a book value of sub £3m gives substance to the fact that the book value of assets is far below the actual value.Still good value at present price.
Posted at 30/1/2023 12:18 by m_kerr
they should have bulked up the brewing business as marstons did, and sold / spunoff the pubs by now. they're far too valuable in relation to the cash they generate.

yes they've generated good returns over time, but that's only been because they've ridden a wave of london asset price inflation.

since that stopped in 2015-16, they'v pretty much stood still as a business. fine if they're paying out a 6-7% dividend, but they're not.
Posted at 26/1/2023 10:00 by 1tx
LOL m kerr! Actually at least the investor from 2003 would n't have done too bad even today...The price then was circa 150p & would have got back 125p special divi in 2019 when the brewery was sold plus usual dividends.We live in hope.
Posted at 23/1/2023 07:28 by hybrasil
This mornings trading statement gave to a quick look here.
First thought. Is debt not a bit high?

The freehold value is not realised in the share price but with so much family control I don’t think it will be realised in real life either.

That said if they drop quite a bit this am I might buy a few
Posted at 09/6/2022 13:33 by km18
Fuller, Smith & Turner (FSTA) posted FY results for the 52 weeks to 26 March 2022 this morning confirming a return to profitable growth with a strengthened balance sheet. Revenues recovered to £253.8 million despite being significantly impacted during the year by coronavirus related closures, restrictions and working from home guidance. Adjusted profit before tax returned to growth at £7.2 million. Net debt excluding leases was down to £131.9 million. Management announced a return to a progressive dividend policy with a proposed final dividend of 7.41p in addition to the interim dividend of 3.90p paid earlier in the year. Valuation is reasonable, forward PE ratio at 15.4x is top half for the sector. There is also further business recovery potential and share price recovery potential from COVID. But share price lacks momentum and is still in a 14 month correction. One to monitor for now...

...from WealthOracleAM
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