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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
  +0.00p +0.00% 112.70p 112.40p 112.50p 112.80p 111.50p 112.70p 1,321,063 16:35:21
Industry Sector Turnover (m) Profit (m) EPS - Basic PE Ratio Market Cap (m)
Travel & Leisure 1,141.3 54.3 7.1 15.9 714.51

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DateSubjectAuthorDiscuss
04/1/2019
08:34
Something going down??
daler1966
04/1/2019
08:33
Maybe, but they are current.
ianood
04/1/2019
08:31
last property revals were DOWNWARDS.
quepassa
04/1/2019
08:28
lindowcross - Mindful of the regular property valuations I concur
ianood
04/1/2019
08:25
rolling in the aisles with laughter..... ....you'll end up believing your own misguided propaganda in the end....
quepassa
04/1/2019
08:18
Facts as opposed to wild guesses. The company's net asset value in November 2018 was £1.51 per share. Marston's owns substantial property in the form of breweries & pubs. It's estate is of much better quality than 10 years ago. It owns a number of valuable quality brands. If I allow myself a "wild guess" as other posters do, I'd say a bidder would need to offer at least £1.70 to gain control- I'd feel short-changed at anything less.
lindowcross
04/1/2019
08:04
Move production from one to another sell the land for housing double the money originally paid for Use this to start paying down debt
janekane
03/1/2019
17:14
I don't mind more pubs but I wouldn't say no to less breweries!
jeffian
03/1/2019
16:54
Asset sales and more asset sales rather than more pubs.
spacecake
03/1/2019
13:42
hint... look at the Enterprise Value of Marston's (debt + mkt cap) and compare that the the latest statutory profit of some £50m. No-one is going to stump up some £2billion for a company that made just circa £50million in statutory profit. That would be a highly unattractive prospect and appalling Return on Capital in my view to any potential acquirer, especially in such a struggling industry. Saddled with so much debt in a back-peddling industry, in my opinion this company will sooner or later likely need to raise significant new equity. ALL IMO. DYOR. QP
quepassa
03/1/2019
13:08
Book value ,sp ,assets ,gearing ,debt ,goodwill, market sentiment at this time is very low making it vulnerable RF recognised the debt needs sorting with his recent statement So I suggest you do your own research
janekane
03/1/2019
11:25
Janekane, please let us know your evidence and/or reasons for stating price needs to be .80p for Mars to be a take over target?
lindowcross
03/1/2019
10:38
Looks like good news coming?
daler1966
03/1/2019
10:17
AGM January 23rd, Half Year results 15th May - Financial Calendar.
skinny
03/1/2019
10:01
Yes next dividend May/June time .
daler1966
03/1/2019
09:47
100p Soon !
chinese investor
03/1/2019
09:45
Not if the share price reverses the trend it needs to be 80p before its financially viable to a preditor
janekane
03/1/2019
08:57
Take over target?
daler1966
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
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