Share Name Share Symbol Market Type Share ISIN Share Description
Just Eat N.v. LSE:JET London Ordinary Share NL0012015705 ORD EUR0.04 (CDI)
  Price Change % Change Share Price Shares Traded Last Trade
  -3.00 -0.23% 1,287.80 188,787 16:35:29
Bid Price Offer Price High Price Low Price Open Price
1,281.80 1,284.80 1,374.60 1,267.40 1,267.60
Industry Sector Turnover (m) Profit (m) EPS - Basic PE Ratio Market Cap (m)
Software & Computer Services 3,780.12 -884.69 -4.72 2,768
Last Trade Time Trade Type Trade Size Trade Price Currency
17:42:35 O 375 1,287.819 GBX

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Just Eat N.v Daily Update: Just Eat N.v. is listed in the Software & Computer Services sector of the London Stock Exchange with ticker JET. The last closing price for Just Eat N.v was 1,290.80p.
Just Eat N.v. has a 4 week average price of 1,219.20p and a 12 week average price of 1,219.20p.
The 1 year high share price is 7,175p while the 1 year low share price is currently 1,219.20p.
There are currently 214,966,059 shares in issue and the average daily traded volume is 243,451 shares. The market capitalisation of Just Eat N.v. is £2,768,332,907.80.
tomboyb: Any ideas -on target price -
topazfrenzy: Did people notice this from 22 March: 'McDonald's Corp - Chicago-based fast-food restaurant chain - Expands local agreements with Just Eat NV to a long-term global strategic partnership. The partnership with the food courier will support the growth of the McDelivery business, McDonald's says, benefiting from Just Eat's 500,000 couriers across the globe. Says the agreement will reduce complexity and "provide opportunities to innovate at scale together on operational efficiency". "We are excited to announce this new partnership with McDonald's, which represents a next step in growing a mutually beneficial food delivery business and opens the door for further growth in the markets in which the partnership is active," says Just Eat Chief Operating Officer Joerg Gerbig. McDonald's current stock price: USD235.32, closed down 1.5% in New York on Monday 12-month change: up 4.6% Just Eat current stock price: 2,620.50 pence, up 0.5% in London on Tuesday late morning 12-month change: down 62%'
m_kerr: it's impossible at times to explain or rationalise such a steep fall, nor call the bottom. ifood now worth at least 1/3 of the current market cap, leaving the rump at £4bn. i can't help but conclude the baby has been thrown out with the bathwater here. deliveroo has always been a challenged business model, where the ridiculously overhyped and overpriced IPO has come back down to earth. JET is a different proposition with differing economics, though not without it's challenges. all firms relying on the 'gig economy', or just paying poverty wages , have been coming to the painful realisation that there's a dwindling supply of cheap labour due to brexit. my belief is that JET will survive and thrive, but there will be business failures as the market cannot sustain 3 large aggregators (uber, JET, deliveroo), especially when takeaways and their customers are suffering from multiple inflationary pressures.
melegramforttongo: You can run but you cannot hide 😂😂😂😂 8514;😂ԅ14;😂😂;😂 Some of Sceptical investors top picks :- Boohoo at £3.70 HAEMORRHAGING MONEY now £0.92. Poly at £16+ MONSTER LOSSES now sub £12. Jet most likely he bought at £70 now £30. If you want to lose 50% of your portfolio within a year contact SCEPTICAL INVESTOR
melegramforttongo: HAHAHA He is on here also … Ffs sceptical investor lad. .. what is wrong with you ?? Seriously you don’t half pick some DUDS 😂😂😂😂 8514;😂ԅ14;😂😂;😂😂😂😂 I type JET into the search bar after a tip off that skeppy had been located here , I see the chart and I’m like …. YEP that’s the type of losing chart skeppy goes for … Genuine question Skeppy , what share have you made money on ? Just one ??
scepticalinvestor: Been watching this for a while - forecast at the recent TU was positive - Doordash releases luke warm update and jumps 30% and JET is 30% down lol.Must be a heavy shorting presence going on
m_kerr: my guess is some sort of disposal of a non core asset like ifood. that could return 35-40% of the current market cap in cash. you'd then be left with a pretty dominant european business and grub hub (and many others) in the price for about £5bn. when there's no profit multiple or hard assets to attach a valuation to, share prices of loss making businesses can be driven down and down, becoming a self fulfilling prophecy.
m_kerr: freedom - it doesnt always work like that. morrisons, for instance, was trading at a depressed valuation for a few years before it was snapped up. whitbread has been touted for a takeover target for about 15 years. in addition, a fall in share price doesnt mean an acquirer can get it cheaper. boards tend to accept offers on the basis of premium to the share price, or average over a given period (3 months, or year, if the price has recently fallen), not on whether it fully reflects intrinsic value. at the moment we're in a period of market dislocation, where mr market is marking down anyone with significant food delivery operations in europe. e.g. delivery hero (-20%), deliveroo (-26%).
m_kerr: 30% of the company is owned by grub hub shareholders, which was valued at $7.3bn at the time of the merger. this implies a total value of $24.3bn which at the time of the merger was about £19.5bn. so at the time, everything except grub hub was worth £13.7bn. at the time of the merger between just eat and, the combined value of both was £9bn. after the decline in share price, the implied value of grubhub is £2.8bn. that leaves everything else (including ifood recently bid for at £2bn) valued at £6.5bn.
m_kerr: i'm guessing negative sentiment in the sector, the EU came out with draft proposals to make delivery workers couriers, potentially costing companies up to €4.5bn annually. i note that deliveroo's share price is down by about 40% since float. this is important as they will probably have to raise capital at some point as they go along to survive, which they will have to do at dilutive rates. they are currently losing about £200m a year. if the EU proposal came to pass it would probably end uber and deliveroo as businesses. this is because their business models rely on having too many drivers, to ensure their service is always available. clearly, having people waiting around while they are paying them completely shifts the dynamics. as for JET, the stake in ifood, bid for by Prosus at €2.3bn, could be worth more after significant increase in orders and takeaways on the platform. i think there is considerable uncertainty as to the profitability of their business model when they start offering delivery with their own drivers. you move from a software business to a business with far less operational gearing. the amount of capital in the sector is likely to trash returns for some time yet, with the likes of getir now entering the market.
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