Share Name Share Symbol Market Type Share ISIN Share Description
Marston's Plc LSE:MARS London Ordinary Share GB00B1JQDM80 ORD 7.375P
  Price Change % Change Share Price Bid Price Offer Price High Price Low Price Open Price Shares Traded Last Trade
  +1.50p +1.26% 120.50p 120.80p 121.10p 121.30p 117.90p 117.90p 2,420,719 16:35:29
Industry Sector Turnover (m) Profit (m) EPS - Basic PE Ratio Market Cap (m)
Travel & Leisure 1,141.3 54.3 7.1 17.0 764

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31/12/2018
20:54
Ianood Happy new year I hope it's as prosperess as 2018 has been for me XX
janekane
31/12/2018
18:46
Such a pity! :)
ianood
31/12/2018
13:36
Lindocross I run my pyramid strictly by my rules I sell the top of the pyramid "3 companies " every year Mars was 4th so I will hold as of today it is now in the top position Dividends have off set my losses over the last 3 years so basicly have made nowt However I now revue my position with Mars every month so MARS could be dropped at any time from now It managed to avoide the boot by the smallest of margin
janekane
31/12/2018
13:09
Been invested in this company a couple of years, turns out another uk poorly run debt ridden outfit with a declining business model it, i bought at multi year lows so with dividend paying me to wait fugured would earn maybe 20 pc plus upside. Haha. I wonder really whether anything in brexit basket case uk is investable....really poorly run companies that just dont move until you get an american fund involved, bhp amd whitbread both hopeless until Elliot got involved. Trashed sterling driving up inflation while making everyone poorer...just cannot see an out for these companies reliant on getting impoverished by the day uk populus.
porsche1945
31/12/2018
11:59
Janekane if I held shares in a company which I thought was going to be crippled, I'd sell in the blink of an eye and invest in something with better prospects. Surely it's illogical not to sell if you think a business is in a downward spiral & led by someone who isn't up to the job?
lindowcross
31/12/2018
11:39
Space - I thought he was a physicist. But maybe not a relativity theory expert.
whackford
30/12/2018
11:57
The chairman needs to realise that the ceo is a geologist and as such measures the speed of change in millions of years. Maybe the ceo is trying to fossilise the debt rather than pay it back.
spacecake
30/12/2018
07:18
Quady Why should I hold shares and not have an opinion as to RFs ability to run this company in a competent way His work as a CEO is to maximise the profits for the owners of this once great company Look back in history and look at all the companies who fold as a result of debt Gordon brown used institutions to build our hospitals in the NHS with their money and then we the now have to pay the interest on these debts that will never pay for our hospitalsb we are locked into paying massive payments into infinity Look at the pub companies formed after the government said the Brewers were cartels Most have folded or been taken over as their debts made them impossible to service these debts This company will be paying these bankers massive amounts of money for decades to come any downturn in trade will cripple this once great company MARS was once a pivotal asset in my pyramid investment portfolio It continues to move down the ranks And in this case higher up the pyramid
janekane
28/12/2018
20:50
Mars a Buy on British Bulls ?
daler1966
28/12/2018
13:33
City Pub Group CPC is down a little with the general market but this recently-floated pub company demonstrates the continuing strength of the sector. Worth a look now as share price has fallen back to its float price. It owns some great properties.
lindowcross
28/12/2018
08:52
Here We Go !
chinese investor
27/12/2018
23:53
Ahem, who supplies the most supermarket beers?
ianood
27/12/2018
22:47
Presumably fresh lows coming. The rally to £1.05 a false dawn
john09
27/12/2018
22:12
QP, should the population of the UK spend their leisure time drinking bottles at home or drinking tea on the lawn ? Meanwhile... SPAIN holds the European record for being home to the most bars per inhabitant, according to a recent EU study.
spacecake
27/12/2018
15:07
A dismal and moribund yester-year industry beset with enormous structural,cost, staffing and demographic problems which will only get worse as younger generations choose alternative forms of social engagement away from the outdated pub sector. ALL IMO. DYOR. QP
quepassa
27/12/2018
14:48
Quepassa, if owning pubs is such a bad idea, please be kind enough to explain to us all why Heineken paid good money last summer to buy 1900 pubs from the Punch estate? I'd say it's because the executives realise good pubs in the correct location, well run, can make a generous return on investment, but perhaps you disagree?
lindowcross
27/12/2018
14:45
Quepassa, if owning pubs is such a bad idea, please be kind enough to explain to us all why Heineken paid good money last summer to buy 1900 pubs from the Punch estate? I'd say it's because the executives realise good pubs in the correct location, well run, can make a generous return on investment, but perhaps you disagree?
lindowcross
27/12/2018
14:26
"Supermarket beer Sales RISE by 8% while pubs and bars face further decline" The Drinks Business 30/7/18 hXXps://www.thedrinksbusiness.com/2018/07/supermarket-beer-sales-rise-by-8-as-pubs-and-bars-face-further-decline/ There is no escaping this grim reality for pubs ALL IMO. DYOR. QP
quepassa
25/12/2018
19:08
On this day of peace & goodwill to all posters, let us put our different points of view to one side, & wish Marston and each other the very best for Christmas and the New Year
lindowcross
25/12/2018
12:39
The brewing industry remains riven with masons.
quepassa
25/12/2018
12:07
Janekane - all things considered I'd rather the share price was rising rather than falling. But given the FTSE hasn't seen these lows in over two years and MARS went ex-divi recently it's hardly surprising. You still avoid answering why you hold this share given you think it's headed for a significant fall. Why do you hold MARS?
quady
24/12/2018
08:42
Heading back down fast. A quick, short-lived blip up to 105p but soon likely retesting 90p and its recent ten year lows. Seems like a very weak December on the UK High Street this year. Appears that consumers are generally tightening their purse-strings and reducing discretionary spending. Doesn't bode well in my view for buoyant trading. ALL IMO. DYOR. QP
quepassa
24/12/2018
06:46
So your quite happy with this share price lots of people are criticle of the way this company is working to pay massive interest to the bankers for the next 4 decades I did not say the divi would not be paid if you read the post I was referring to it stated we had a 4.8p divi the last divi we had was 2.7p Do you think that accumulating all this debt is a good idea The general opinion in the city is this will kill this once great company in the event of a bownturn in the economy Just look at the pubco's that have run on debt and the end result Smoking ban and massive price increases 4 pack Tinies costing less than £2 So your happy to work for the bankers and think we will never get a downturn in trade
janekane
23/12/2018
12:22
Janekane, I haven't had time to read most of your posts - but from the few I have read there may be the odd fact thrown in here and there, but most of your posts consist of rhetorical questions eg "will there be another rights issue", and spurious assertions eg "when this reaches 80p, RF will be clearing his desk" - and that prediction you describe as a "fact". It's very difficult to predict what will happen to share prices or the direction of markets generally, so I suppose if you make enough wild guesses, some of them might turn out to be correct. However it's a little tedious for the rest of us to have to read them.
lindowcross
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