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Wetherspoon ( J.d.) Plc LSE:JDW London Ordinary Share GB0001638955 ORD 2P
  Price Change % Change Share Price Bid Price Offer Price High Price Low Price Open Price Shares Traded Last Trade
  -1.00p -0.07% 1,399.00p 1,398.00p 1,400.00p 1,406.00p 1,390.00p 1,390.00p 72,465 16:35:15
Industry Sector Turnover (m) Profit (m) EPS - Basic PE Ratio Market Cap (m)
Travel & Leisure 1,693.8 89.0 64.6 21.7 1,547.13

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DateSubjectAuthorDiscuss
15/6/2019
14:23
Adam Smith Institute National Beer Day in the UK June 15, 2019 National Beer Day in the UK Madsen Pirie The date of June 15th was designated National Beer Day in the UK to celebrate English ale. It was chosen because it was the date on which King John signed and set his seal to the Magna Carta in the meadows at Runnymede. In the Middle Ages it was a staple drink of England, brewed and drunk everywhere and by all classes. It was drunk at every meal because it was safer than water - alcohol kills germs. Such is our historic acquaintance with it that we have an enzyme, alcohol dehydrogenase (ADH), to help metabolize it. Those who drank beer survived in greater proportion than those who drank water. In the Far East those who drank tea survived because it involved boiling the water. East Asians have a lower alcohol tolerance because they never drank it to survive, and did not inherit the enzyme. Beer is quintessentially English. It is top fermented, and traditionally finished its fermentation in casks in the cellars of public houses. It contrasts with bottom fermented beers popular in Continental Europe, which include the light coloured pilsners that only became popular un Britain in the second half of the 20th Century. Before the use of hops gradually became widespread from the 15th Century, an uphopped beer was called an ale, with the term “beer” reserved for those made with hops, and brewers could originally make either, but not both. Magistrates and officials were not interested in limiting the amount produced or the quantity drunk, but in ensuring it was of the appropriate quality and strength. A 1577 survey of pubs in England and Wales, done for tax purposes, lists 14,202 alehouses, 1,631 inns, and 329 taverns, representing one pub for every 187 people. The 1830 Beerhouse Act enabled anyone to brew and sell beer and cider, either from a pub, or from their own home. It led to hundreds of new pubs setting up. It was passed to reduce the excessive consumption of gin, “the quickest way out of Manchester.” Public Health England has a more Puritan attitude, advising no more that 14 units of alcohol a week. This works out at about 5 pints a week of a cask-conditioned ale. The claim is that by choosing an absurdly low number they will prompt drinkers to limit their consumption, whereas the reality is that people just ignore the recommendation, knowing that it was plucked out of the air with no scientific basis to support it. There are probably health risks associated with beer, as there are with most things, but there are positive aspects too. Beer promotes social interactions as people drink with friends, and it lowers levels of stress, which is reckoned to be among the causes of early death. Beer has been part of our culture. It almost certainly sustained the archers who fought at Agincourt, and it was always a feature of what is appropriately named “Merrie England.” The nannies and killjoys disapprove, as they do of everything that brings pleasure, but on National Beer Day, we’ll drink a toast and wish good health to everyone else.
the grumpy old men
15/6/2019
08:20
Boris Johnson warned by Wetherspoons Tim Martin: 'Don't dream of more Brexit negotiations' PUB CHAIN entrepreneur and ardent Brexiteer Tim Martin has issued a colourful warning to would-be Prime Minister Boris Johnson over the futilty of further attempts to renegotiate with Brussels, saying: "If you think about it in a dream, you better wake up and apologise". https://www.express.co.uk/news/politics/1140676/boris-johnson-news-brexit-eu-negotiation-tory-leadership-wetherspoons-founder-tim-martin
johnwise
10/6/2019
06:35
Another troll by the username lsehotdealz haha, share price is stagnant and there’s talks of fundraise at 10p on that board lol desperation has lead to going round posting on different board to prevent share price from dropping, usually ud stay quiet and average down and accumulate if you see huge potential lmaoo he’s spamming all the boards and a newly registered today as a member lol
lukmanpatel
28/5/2019
21:08
The Nigel Farage Show: 28th May 2019 http://uk.advfn.com/cmn/fbb/thread.php3?id=44081796
johnwise
28/5/2019
21:08
Wetherspoons boss delivers BRUTAL Brussels warning – 'Becoming LESS and LESS democratic!' https://www.express.co.uk/news/uk/1133055/brexit-news-latest-tim-martin-wetherspoons-no-deal-vote-party-today-video-election-uk-eu
johnwise
26/5/2019
18:55
The new app is even better than the old one which was still good.Even when pub is packed can sit down order food and drinks and it all comes quickly.More and more are using it saves congestion at the bar particularly for food orders.Another example of Tim leading the way.
tim 3
18/5/2019
20:46
Black Sheep Brewery: The Story So Far... Video https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=kqvEYJhIFvw
johnwise
18/5/2019
13:05
Stolen from the beer thread and you will not find this beer in Spoons cheers Https://www.bs.fr/en/about-us-1167 Https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Ch%C3%A9ran I HOPE THE BEER WILL CONTINUE TO FLOW BRASSEURS SAVOYARDSRANGE For thousands of years, Lake Geneva has owed its purity to the water of the glaciers which fuel it. Considered as one of the purest in the world, its water is precious and inseparable form the activities and location of the Brasseurs Savoyards. As it is by capturing this crystal clear mountain water that the Brasseurs Savoyards make high quality artisanal beers. As well as this purity, they only add malts and hops from local organic agriculture. This blend of carefully selected ingredients gives unrivalled flavour to their beers. Consequently, by combining this rigorous selection of local raw materials, with ancestral manufacturing processes and their unconditional passion for beer, they are perpetuating the brewing history of the Haute-Savoie by adding undeniable modernity. Their low or high fermentation beers require time. Several weeks of patient waiting. This time leads to the aromatic balance and richness of these exceptional beers. With a real artisanal preference for the design and production and resolutely innovative concerning labelling and communication. Because first and foremost, an artisanal beer is tasted with the eyes. The 360° creativity is present from the field to the bottle which they infuse into their beers to give them the unrivalled taste of reinvented tradition. It is not by chance that the Brasseurs Savoyards represent the largest production of artisanal beers in the Haute-Savoie with over 10,000 hectolitres per year!
maywillow
18/5/2019
12:58
All the remainers are confident that the EU will keep going. I have my doubts that it can and will survive. Will the last to leave, please turn the lights out
ignoble
18/5/2019
08:07
Please lets go for a no deal , enough is enough , on the ballot paper it offed Stay or Leave that was it ,nothing about , A Deal , £39 billion more to the EU , unlimited immigration ? May launches Tory Euro election campaign in an empty room and appears to fluff her lines by stopping herself saying the party 'will' deliver Brexit and changing it to 'can' https://www.dailymail.co.uk/news/article-7041151/May-launches-Tory-EU-election-campaign-appears-fluff-lines-Brexit.html
johnwise
12/5/2019
23:12
Blair and French rewrote constitution in such a way to avoid a need to vote on it. I was closely involved but not aparty to it. Blair was to be president of EU. A very close shave.
dafrog
12/5/2019
21:39
German plans for the UK were well established by Germany, who, despite their defeat have been able to largely implement them through the EU. And now we take back our country if you VOTE BREXIT/UKIP BREXIT ANALYSIS: Legal basis of EU designed to take control from UK and hand to Brussels THE EUROPEAN CONSTITUTION, which became the Lisbon Treaty, was tailor-made to strip nation states of their power and centralise control in the hands of a Brussels cabal, according to a leading academic. https://www.express.co.uk/news/uk/1126227/eu-news-brexit-theresa-may-conservative-party-european-elections-lisbon-treaty-spt
johnwise
09/5/2019
08:15
British pub group JD Wetherspoon is eyeing Waterford as the next location for its expansion plans in Ireland. The group operates four suburban Dublin pubs and one in Cork city. It opened its sixth Irish pub, in Carlow, at the beginning of this month. https://www.irishexaminer.com/breakingnews/business/--922816.html
johnwise
08/5/2019
19:00
Neigh! ;-)
jeffian
08/5/2019
18:18
Never understood the mentality that something expensive is better than something perceived to be cheap. Is a £30 steak that much better than a £6 steak ?? In view of the cost differential , is it really 5 times better. Not in my world ..
ignoble
08/5/2019
18:14
Made me hungry ... Really good value ...
ignoble
08/5/2019
18:02
Today I had a very nicely cooked 8oz sirloin steak, chips, mushroom, tomato , garden peas for 5.99 at Tim's PLUS a side of mushy peas another 50p yum yum buywell Last of the big spenders
buywell2
08/5/2019
16:05
Tim Martin, chairman of JD Wetherspoon has a successful formula ..My local Spoons is really busy, most evenings standing room only Silly comment... "Peel Hun and Liberum brokers are urging the company to increase pricing to drive forward higher profitability".. and drive away customers
johnwise
08/5/2019
15:42
New pub opens in Liverpool this monthNear waterfront not far from royal albert dock ...pier head .liver buildingsOf course it will do very well.
zztop
08/5/2019
12:01
Https://londonlovesbusiness.com/wetherspoons-urged-to-raise-prices-for-profit-growth/ Wetherspoons urged to raise prices for profit growth 0 By LLB Reporter at 11:44 am May 8, 2019 Business News, Food & Drink Wetherspoons the pub chain has been urged to raise prices by the City, as their strong sales performance continues to be offset by higher costs. Like-for-like sales for the UK’s pub chain rose by 7.6% in the 13 weeks to 28 April whilst comparable sales growth was 6.8% for the year to date. City analysts voiced their fears growth in not translated into higher profits, on Wednesday share’s fell by more than 4% in early morning trading. Profit before tax is broadly flat at just over £100m compared to £107.2m in 2018. Peel Hunt analysts said their confidence in Wetherspoons full year outcome is “declining, from already low levels” over cost pressure and low pricing on the pub chains margins. Peel Hun and Liberum brokers are urging the company to increase pricing to drive forward higher profitability.
ariane
08/5/2019
09:11
Duncan Ferris Sharecast News 08 May, 2019 08:50 JD Wetherspoon's third quarter sales boosted despite closures pint_beer JD Wetherspoon continues to see trading in line with expectations as it said third quarter sales jumped by 8.4% compared to the year before, bringing total year to date sales up by 7.6%, despite the number of pubs operated by the company dropping by four since the start of its financial year. Wetherspoon (J.D.) 1,288.00 08:51:36 08/05/19 -4.38% -57.00 FTSE 250 19,503.04 08:54:47 08/05/19 0.19% 37.35 FTSE 350 4,037.52 08:54:42 08/05/19 0.03% 1.34 FTSE All-Share 3,986.34 08:54:48 08/05/19 0.03% 1.13 The UK pub chain's total sales for the 13-week period up to 28 April 2019.jumped by 8.4% compared to the year before and like-for-like sales climbed by 7.6%, bringing total year to date sales up by 7.6% and year to date like-for-like sales up by 6.8%. The FTSE 250-traded company has opened three new pubs and closed seven since the start of its financial year, though it intends to open two further pubs in the final quarter. Across the year to date, Wetherspoon has splashed out £70.9m on buying the freeholds of pubs of which the company was previously a previously tenant, though the company said its position remained "sound" with net debt at 28 April standing at £746m and is expected to be around £740m at the end of the financial year. Tim Martin, chairman of JD Wetherspoon, said: "We continue to anticipate a trading outcome for this financial year in line with our previous expectations."
grupo
08/5/2019
07:47
08/05/2019 7:00am RNS Number : 2908Y Wetherspoon (JD) PLC Trading Statement Current trading For the 13 weeks to 28 April 2019 like-for-like sales increased by 7.6% and total sales increased by 8.4%. Year-to-date like-for-like sales have increased by 6.8% and total sales have increased by 7.6%. http://uk.advfn.com/stock-market/london/jd-wetherspoon-JDW/share-news/Wetherspoon-JD-PLC-Trading-Statement/79857443
johnwise
30/4/2019
08:41
VIDEO Brexit: Our Battle Of Britain Pat Condell https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=isfr1pn9iXY
johnwise
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