Share Name Share Symbol Market Type Share ISIN Share Description
Greene King LSE:GNK London Ordinary Share GB00B0HZP136 ORD 12.5P
  Price Change % Change Share Price Bid Price Offer Price High Price Low Price Open Price Shares Traded Last Trade
  -2.00p -0.27% 732.50p 732.50p 733.50p 737.50p 729.00p 737.00p 1,159,074.00 16:35:00
Industry Sector Turnover (m) Profit (m) EPS - Basic PE Ratio Market Cap (m)
Travel & Leisure 2,073.0 189.8 64.1 11.4 2,269.59

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04/4/2017
23:46
4th april Investec buy tp 870p reiterates
philanderer
23/3/2017
16:28
Looks like it doesn't it. We were due a bit of a bounce though ! M
maurillac
23/3/2017
15:59
Maybe benefiting from those bettter than expected february retail sales figures out earlier today ?
philanderer
17/3/2017
18:01
Good to see Royal London adding a few ... now over 3% 'Greene King to present at the dbVIC - Deutsche Bank ADR Virtual Investor Conference on March 22, 2017' HTTPS://www.canadianinsider.com/greene-king-to-present-at-the-dbvic---deutsche-bank-adr-virtual-investor-conference-on-march-22-2017
philanderer
15/3/2017
23:22
Greene King Pub Partners has been named as the best tenanted and leased pub company (201+ sites) at the Publican Awards 2017. HTTPS://www.greeneking.co.uk/newsroom/latest-news/greene-king-pub-partners-claims-major-award/
philanderer
14/3/2017
09:04
14th march Barclays overweight reiterates
philanderer
10/3/2017
15:03
Just read the JDW statement, Tim does not pull any punches!. Can see his point which he makes very clearly.
essentialinvestor
10/3/2017
13:21
read across.. JD Wetherspoon, down 3.5%. The pub chain reported growth in profit in the first half of its financial year, but warned on the second half following the UK government's Spring Budget speech on Wednesday.
philanderer
10/3/2017
09:56
IFS: Business rates relief is 'small beer' ......analysis by Gerald Eve showed that just over half of English pubs will benefit from a new £1,000 reduction in business rates bills under measures announced by the Chancellor. While Mr Hammond suggested that 90pc of pubs would receive a new discount, figures used by the Treasury show around 13,000 of the 40,000 pubs which already qualify for small business rates relief will get a top-up of less than £1,000. Roughly 23,000 pubs qualify for the full £1,000 of new relief, while 90pc will get the reduction when combined with other reliefs. HTTP://www.telegraph.co.uk/business/2017/03/10/ifs-business-rates-relief-small-beer/?utm_source=dlvr.it&utm_medium=twitter
philanderer
10/3/2017
09:21
Wetherspoons chairman criticises 'dinner party' Budget The chairman of JD Wetherspoons has criticised the Chancellor for a "dinner party" Budget that failed to tackle tax inequalities between pubs and supermarkets. Tim Martin said pubs paid 20% VAT on food sales while supermarkets paid "almost nothing", enabling them to subsidise alcoholic drink prices. HTTP://www.bbc.co.uk/news/business-39228425
philanderer
08/3/2017
23:21
Budget: So some business rates relief for pubs but confirmation alcohol duties will rise by RPI 'The price of booze is bubbling up' The duty rates on beer, cider, wine and spirits are set to go up for the first time in five years, with a 2p increase in the price of a pint of beer, a 1p increase on a pint of cider, a 10p jump on a bottle of wine and a 36p leap on a bottle of Scotch whisky. The announcement was not a surprise - indeed, it was in line with previous forecasts - but industry leaders still lambasted the move. Miles Beale, the chief executive of the Wine and Spirit Trade Association (WSTA) said it was “disappointing that the Chancellor has failed to support a great British industry”. Mr Beale added: “He has increased what were already excessive and unfairly high rates of duty for the UK’s wine and spirit consumers and business. “The added uncertainty of another Budget in six months’ time is unwelcome and will further undermine business - and consumer - confidence.” HTTP://www.telegraph.co.uk/business/2017/03/08/11-things-need-know-2017-budget/?utm_source=dlvr.it&utm_medium=twitter
philanderer
07/3/2017
16:12
The recent drop in GNK is a gift horse and mouth looking exercise in when to buy an undervalued share. We're coming into Spring then Summer, with tourists on their way, and staycations the order for many this year. I'll be buying more pretty soon, methinks. :)
andrewbaker
07/3/2017
09:52
Berenberg initiating coverage today with 'hold' and 700p tp
philanderer
02/3/2017
23:22
Greene King invests in Cornelius’ ecoFLO Smart Pump System to reduce CO2 emissions HTTP://www.drinks-insight-network.com/news/newsgreene-king-invests-in-cornelius-ecoflo-smart-pump-system-to-reduce-co2-emissions-5753895
philanderer
21/2/2017
23:45
Ministers expected to soften impact of business rate changes Communities secretary Sajid Javid likely to join chancellor Philip Hammond in adopting sympathetic tone to businesses after backlash by Conservative MPs HTTPS://www.theguardian.com/business/2017/feb/21/ministers-expected-to-take-steps-to-reduce-impact-of-business-rate-changes
philanderer
20/2/2017
22:07
What do you propose they pay low skilled hospitality workers, £15 an hour?!
spoole5
20/2/2017
21:59
Paying it's staff rubbish rates of pay will come back and bite this bunch of greedy little Directors , share price is now confirming it's medium term decline, £3.30 on the horizon.
jotoha2
17/2/2017
10:35
Well in fairness to Mr Martin he has a valid point in maintaining the industry has not stood with him in arguing against unfairness in taxation. Perhaps now they will be forced to. Sold my small trade at 6.65, the low does not look in to me, in fairness my view is often too cautious, as with AZN recently.
essentialinvestor
17/2/2017
10:31
You never know , pressure building ;-) 'Business revolt grows over 'outrageous and unfair' rate change' HTTP://www.bbc.co.uk/news/business-39000471
philanderer
15/2/2017
14:24
Deutsche Bank as well :-) 13:37 15 Feb 2017 Deutsche Bank comes not to Bury St Edmunds, but to praise the Suffolk-based brewer The great British pub is facing hard times, and they are going to get tougher, according to Deutsche Bank (DB). Harder times will throw the spotlight more on free cash flow and the pub operators’ ability to self-fund investment, and in that contest there is a clear winner in DB’s view: Greene King PLC (LON:GNK). “Only Greene King can self-fund all of its capex (maintenance and growth) and pay a dividend from free cash flow. All the other sector companies we cover either require disposals or pay no/reduced dividends,” the German bank said in a review of the sector. Overall, DB remains cautious on the pubs & restaurants sector, which is facing a growing number of cost head winds. There is a concern that an unclear economic outlook will undermine UK consumer confidence and spending, which naturally will have an effect on the trading of pubs. Despite the cautious view, it is a buyer of Greene King and also E I Group PLC (LON:PLC), which used to be known as Enterprise Inns. Both have self-help – often broker code for cost-cutting – agendas that should provide some protection from sales and margin pressures. proactiveinvestors.co.uk
philanderer
15/2/2017
10:49
hTTp://www.telegraph.co.uk/investing/shares/questorthe-market-fears-worst-pubs-buy-shares-well-run-greene/ Questor rather seems to agree with what I was saying above.
jeffian
15/2/2017
10:11
Ian, the sentiment change on HSBA has been dramatic, weaker GBP helping and dividend looks secure for now.
essentialinvestor
14/2/2017
18:30
Lat time I looked ta the pub closure figures they were running at 21 a week, down from 27 a week at the start of 2016. Would expect by the end of '17 that figure will be a deal higher than 21 a week.
essentialinvestor
14/2/2017
18:01
Market report: Pub stocks falter as broker warns industry faces worst cost pressures in a decade Broker Canaccord Genuity painted a sobering picture of the British pub industry after it warned the sector is facing the worst cost pressures in a decade with a triple whammy of labour costs, currency-weakness induced food cost rises and rising business rates. In a bearish note, Canaccord said the average pub faces an increase in its cost base of around 3pc this year The broker downgraded pub operator Mitchells & Butler as it is the most food-led in the sector, leaving its pre-tax profits and ambitious capital expenditure plans vulnerable to rising costs and competition. It reiterated its “sell” rating on JD Wetherspoon as it cautioned that the market is factoring in a good half-year performance but not the growing headwinds in the second half of the year. Analyst Nigel Parson added: “It is now busy selling pubs we believe it should never have opened, in our view.” Meanwhile, it warned Greene King is suffering from “mild indigestion” in the wake of its Spirit acquisition. HTTP://www.telegraph.co.uk/business/2017/02/14/ftse-100-falters-pound-rises-125-investors-eye-uk-inflation/
philanderer
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