Just Eat N.v.

-49.00 (-4.03%)
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
  -49.00 -4.03% 1,168.00 24,936 16:29:59
Bid Price Offer Price High Price Low Price Open Price
1,167.00 1,170.00 1,194.00 1,150.00 1,194.00
Industry Sector Turnover (m) Profit (m) EPS - Basic PE Ratio Market Cap (m)
Telephone Interconnect Sys 5,562.00 -5,667.00 -2,624.00 - 2,493.40
Last Trade Time Trade Type Trade Size Trade Price Currency
17:53:29 O 13 1,168.00 GBX

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19/4/202318:39Just Eat Takeaway204
01/9/202121:26The Jet Lag Thread15

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Posted at 09/2/2023 09:03 by arja
topazfriendly ,
thanks for replying and the info . I usually only day or overnight trades using my share account with only £3 commission and currency SPREAD loss prohibits overseas trading
with share account but not with CFD account where only the profit or occasional loss is converted . It is a real "ripoff" with foreign shares with IG and other providers too I guess .:) .thanks again .
I wonder why JET is so high when it has never made a profit - must have big potential and never off tv screen in adverts section

Posted at 24/1/2023 08:37 by topazfrenzy
Barclays raises Just Eat Takeaway price target to 2,630 (1,450) pence - 'equal weight'
Posted at 19/1/2023 07:51 by topazfrenzy
Disappointing performance by end of day yesterday, but then this is the yo yo share of they year lol
Posted at 27/12/2022 10:50 by topazfrenzy
I personally prefer Uber Eats as an app so have UBER in my portfolio too, which is still loss making but they will kill the competition before long, few will stay standing ..

JET and UBER will survive and thrive imo

Posted at 22/12/2022 18:59 by king_baller
They deliver marked up takeaway food to people in their homes who’re too lazy to drive there. There couldn’t be a more discretionary service. Do you think in a recession people will sell their car so that they can continue to get takeaways cycled to them? When JET release their results (rather than an adjusted ebitda on a quarterly update) you’ll see they’re loss making. I guess if they play around with the earnings they might claim to have a 4 figure PE, but even I think that’s unlikely. Either way it’s a non profitable consumer discretionary company with a lot of debt. Debt is not cheap now. Funding rounds are not easy. Private equity is going to blow up in January. Big tech anre reigning in spending. Who’s going to buy their asets? And that’s all before the global recession bites!
Posted at 22/12/2022 18:27 by mortal1ty
Your viewpoint would have more credibility if the basic facts were correct. Does the comment below sound like it is loss making? 'ultra' consumer discretionary... they sell food, people have to eat. Maybe they see 20% reduction in volumes, but I expect that is more than compensated by the 20% price rises restaurants are putting through. So maybe -5% revenue now, followed by +20% when volume recovers

(Q322 results) - As a result, Just Eat was Adjusted EBITDA positive in Q3 2022, materially ahead of prior guidance at the beginning of the year and is on track towards its long-term target margins.

Posted at 01/11/2022 16:08 by m_kerr
things must be worse than i thought - they originally said half the ifood disposal proceeds would be distributed to shareholders, but they've now gone back on that and said they'll be keeping the money. if they run out of money it may be effectively game over for current shareholders, as the days of free money are over for the time being at least.

i called it around a year ago but i think there will be further business failures in the sector. i can only see the sector being sufficiently profitable if there's maybe one or two players.

i also think the step to directly employing drivers was a major mistake, and made the business much higher risk and less able to benefit from operational gearing. a classic case of higher competition driving down returns for all incumbents.

i do think JET will survive and eventually be in a position to recover.

Posted at 19/8/2022 11:55 by deanmatlazin
I agree. Grubhub selling will propel the share price up to £40/share. can double up from here
Posted at 04/8/2022 13:35 by masurenguy
Just Eat’s optimism is hard to swallow

Just Eat is now two times larger than it was pre-pandemic.” Or so says its boss, Jitse Groen. A squint at the share price tells a different story. It’s down from a pre-corona £77 to £16.62 — a £13bn drop in market value. And now? Well, up has popped Groen with the half-year figures, starring a €3.5bn loss. The key reason? A €3bn writedown on Grubhub, now cheapened up nicely for sale.

It’s hard to disagree with RBC Capital analysts, who “expect the competitive environment to remain intense and lack confidence that JET can consistently deliver in line with expectations”. On recent form, the opposite view would be difficult to swallow.

No position.

Posted at 06/7/2022 09:34 by honest_fred
This is exciting news. I long suspected Amazon will try to have another bash with the takeaway food delivery market and perhaps look at the opportunities presented by JET.

I suspect this is the first step towards bigger things, as this seems like an initial test to see how things go. From that point on they may increase involvement, takeover GRUB or even JET completely. That then gives them the ability to take on Uber Eats and Deliver very easily.

Watch this space, I see things developing further here and we should start moving away from the depressingly lows of late.

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