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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
  +2.20p +1.92% 117.00p 117.00p 117.20p 117.20p 114.10p 115.30p 994,348 12:49:58
Industry Sector Turnover (m) Profit (m) EPS - Basic PE Ratio Market Cap (m)
Travel & Leisure 1,141.3 54.3 7.1 16.5 742.00

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DateSubjectAuthorDiscuss
08/1/2019
07:01
The first tranche of £236 million of Marston's securitisation bonds fall due for repayment in some 18 months from now in summer 2019. It appears that these bonds are thinly traded. Does anyone have an accurate recent price for these bonds please? ALL IMO> DYOR. QP
quepassa
07/1/2019
08:41
I agree I paid 101pence but share dropped and now hopefully back up to £1 and nice dividend to come end of month,
daler1966
07/1/2019
08:31
Tipped at 117 pence. If the tip was to short it would have been good advice. To make 6% income and lose 17% capital in a year, tips like that should be kept to themselves.
ianian4
07/1/2019
08:11
2018 in IC
daler1966
07/1/2019
02:45
Daler, What year?
ianian4
06/1/2019
22:17
Income tip of the year, IC ...
daler1966
04/1/2019
20:30
Jeffian, good points, and if Glaxo can flog Horlicks in India for 3 billion quid to Unilever, I'm sure we can all speculate on what the rights to Marston's Pedigree might be worth.
lindowcross
04/1/2019
12:02
Yes ok thanks for that Cc2014 .
daler1966
04/1/2019
11:08
#3017, The "Net Asset Value" argument is also used by EIG and one has to wonder why these pubco's trade at such substantial discounts to NAV. Market's always been a bit wary of property valuations but I think the answer lies in the extent of Goodwill/Intangibles. MARS has a stated 2018 NAV of £957.6m and 660m shares in issue = £1.45/share. But within that £957.6m, £300m is Goodwill and Intangibles. Take that off and the property-backed NAV falls to £1/share. Other than that, I agree!
jeffian
04/1/2019
09:04
"Stonegate Pub Company IPO-SPC.L on Friday reported an 8-12 percent rise in sales over the Christmas period, the first major UK bar owner to publish holiday results in a sector that has been plagued by unseasonal weather and Brexit worries. Stonegate, whose Slug and Lettuce chain is part of a portfolio of more than 700 British pubs, said sales rose 12 percent on the year in the two weeks to Jan 1. Like-for-like sales growth was 7.8 percent and for key trading days, including Christmas Eve and New Year’s Eve, sales were up on average 8.3 percent, the company said."
chinese investor
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
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