Mitchells & Butlers Dividends - MAB

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Stock Name Stock Symbol Market Stock Type Stock ISIN Stock Description
Mitchells & Butlers Plc MAB London Ordinary Share GB00B1FP6H53 ORD 8 13/24P
  Price Change Price Change % Stock Price Last Trade
-10.80 -3.33% 313.80 16:29:58
Open Price Low Price High Price Close Price Previous Close
329.00 313.20 329.00 313.80 324.60
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Mitchells & Butlers MAB Dividends History

Announcement Date Type Currency Dividend Amount Period Start Period End Ex Date Record Date Payment Date Total Dividend Amount

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irenekent: With a broad range of brands able to appeal to all demographics and budgets I anticipate that the minute the lockdown is over trade will roar back. Most of their premises are quite spacious so easy to offer social distancing where required and in many cases outside seating as well Don't forget that shareholders also get a booklet of 20% off vouchers which can save regular customers quite a lot of money, particularly if your partner is also a shareholder! Makes up for the lack of dividend and not taxed. We took up all our allocated shares in the offer and a large proportion of the extra allocation as well.
hellfire796: Just sold out on MAB. That discount price is crazy
mhw28865: Wetherspoons raised 93 million this morning at only a 5% discount and price rises well above placing price. I can see that happening here MAB will be back making lots of cash in a couple of months and the share price will be back over £4 imho
grabster: A roundup of the various media headlines regarding yesterday's MAB update: (See hTTps:// for each full report) BBC News Harvester owner says it needs more cash to survive lockdown Pub group Mitchells & Butlers says current restrictions are costing it up to £40m a month. 23 hours ago The Guardian O'Neill's and Harvester owner considers emergency cash call UK pub and restaurant group Mitchells & Butlers says it faces 'extremely uncertain' future. 18 hours ago Sky News COVID-19: All Bar One owner to raise cash as lockdowns cripple hospitality M&B shares tumble as the firm reveals the extent of the sales slump it is facing through renewed coronavirus restrictions. 23 hours ago Mitchells & Butlers seeks emergency cash raise to survive third lockdown Mitchells & Butlers is seeking an emergency cash raise to survive the third national lockdown after sales plummeted by more than two-thirds... 1 day ago Financial Times Mitchells & Butlers looks at raising equity Mitchells & Butlers, the UK's largest listed pub group, is considering raising equity after the country's third lockdown delivered another blow to... 1 day ago The Times Mitchells & Butlers to tap investors for support The owner of All Bar One and Harvester may become the first business to tap shareholders for new funds after being hit hard by a third national... 9 hours ago The Irish Times Irish-backed Mitchells & Butlers to consider equity raise over Covid Irish-backed UK pub giant Mitchells & Butlers said on Thursday it was considering an equity raise after England was plunged into a third... 22 hours ago Proactive Investors UK Mitchells & Butlers reports sharp slowdown in sales as lockdown hits festive trading For the 14 weeks to January 2, the publican said total sales were down just over 67% as progressively tighter restrictions imposed in the UK... 21 hours ago Proactive Investors UK Lockdown pubs in focus as Mitchells & Butlers updates on Thursday Mitchells & Butlers PLC (LON:MAB) is on the slate for Thursday though amidst the move back into national lockdown timing leaves a lot to be... 1 day ago Mitchells & Butlers explores equity capital raise to ease cash ... Mitchells & Butlers explores equity capital raise to ease cash burn as third lockdown bites. By James McAllister. 07-Jan-2021 - Last updated on ... 17 hours ago
irenekent: Most of their premises are owned on a freehold basis. Many have large car parks and most are in fantastic locations. Despite all this and great food they have not paid a dividend for years. In place of that they give a book of 12 vouchers every year that give discount of 20% off your bill. On an average bill of £60 that's £12 saved. This encourages shareholders to be customers too. You only have to own 1 share to get the annual booklet. Trouble is that the share price has gone nowhere for years. When they can open again a rocket needs to be placed under management to start expanding their offer with investment in accommodation in suitable places. Also shareholders need a better return linked to the size of their holding. To give an annual discount of 20% for the price of one share is ridiculous.
schroedar: Struggling to understand why the equity value is as high as it is given they are insolvent in 2 months. Surely any equity raise will have to be at a massive discount, like sub 100p. The only value in today’s equity is goodwill. At a steady state 400m ebitda, ev should be around 3bn. That’s 2022 value at best. Net debt was around 2bn. Add in more cash burn and probably closer to 2.2 so leaving equity value excluding solvency risk at 800m, which is below today’s market cap. Add in solvency risk and the fact that new equity is invested in cash burn and I am really surprised that mab isn’t trading today at around 160p with the rights prices around or below 100
dicksmoney: Happy days I sold out at 235 on Monday.Will look to buy back in as MAB will do v well when things normalise as there will be less competition and loads of people wanting to eat out. GLA
topazfrenzy: Vaccine being rolled out from next week Stocks like MAB are the place to be, stay out miss out
phillis: MAB is well financed Eventually things will return to normal and the one shop competitors will have declined considerably
netcurtains: MAB has Total Assets of £4.8B and total Liabilities of £2.9B making NET NAV of £1.9B But market cap is just £936M I think much of the NAV is freehold properties (property prices rising). I looked at other crashed pub chains/restaurants and I dont think there is a better NAV investment opportunity in that sector - especially in a stock that is VERY EASY TO TRADE (bid offer spread small) MAB also has a very low PE ratio at present (6 something) This is their corporate website: Https://
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