Share Name Share Symbol Market Type Share ISIN Share Description
Mitchells & Butlers Plc LSE:MAB London Ordinary Share GB00B1FP6H53 ORD 8 13/24P
  Price Change % Change Share Price Shares Traded Last Trade
  19.00 9.0% 230.00 1,222,333 16:35:21
Bid Price Offer Price High Price Low Price Open Price
228.50 229.50 229.50 215.50 216.00
Industry Sector Turnover (m) Profit (m) EPS - Basic PE Ratio Market Cap (m)
Travel & Leisure 1,475.00 -123.00 -26.20 987
Last Trade Time Trade Type Trade Size Trade Price Currency
17:39:49 O 3,400 219.533 GBX

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Mitchells & Butlers Daily Update: Mitchells & Butlers Plc is listed in the Travel & Leisure sector of the London Stock Exchange with ticker MAB. The last closing price for Mitchells & Butlers was 211p.
Mitchells & Butlers Plc has a 4 week average price of 154.60p and a 12 week average price of 115.20p.
The 1 year high share price is 468p while the 1 year low share price is currently 92.30p.
There are currently 429,201,117 shares in issue and the average daily traded volume is 1,245,654 shares. The market capitalisation of Mitchells & Butlers Plc is £987,162,569.10.
phillis: MAB is well financed Eventually things will return to normal and the one shop competitors will have declined considerably
netcurtains: Phillis: You are wrong I am afraid. This property is often bought and sold. Https:// and this is back from 2016: Https:// Good luck Phillis - I suspect you sold too early... This bull run has a long way to go. If no Chirstmas lockdown and AstraZenica positive trial results and good brexit deal we will have a treble whamy. Then there is New Year drinks trade too. Cheers Net.
netcurtains: udervaluedassets: I dont honestly know. I know the staff get full government furlough and I guess business rates holidays. I'm in for NAV and low PE but no idea if they need money. Standard Life have twice upped their stake in MAB recently..... I suspect they do those sort of sums. The German Government has been even more generous than the UK so the German side of the business must be worth a few quid if they need the money.
netcurtains: Phillis: Nope MAB can buy and sell the properties at will. They have sold whole chains for hundreds of millions of pounds - no problem. This is cracker. Low PE, anglo-Germany multi-award winning business, trading at miles below NAV. There will not be many times you will have these sort of opportunities in life. I dont intend to get shaken out - I'm here for the BIG ONE!
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://
netcurtains: NAB some MAB
netcurtains: I like the "Dirty Burger" at Wotton Hatch so much at I bought the company. It was brilliant. Obviously closed for a bit but they will be back! Https:// They own loads of places like this. PE just 4. Not many bargains left - this appears to be one of them! It has a turnover twice that of Wetherspoons but a market cap of only half wetherspoons. Come on MAB is a RELATIVE bargain.
loganair: Mitchells & Butlers: a pub group worth a punt by Dr Matthew Partridge: This year has been a nightmare for the hospitality industry. One company that has seen its share price suffer a particularly brutal beating owing to Covid-19 is Mitchells & Butlers. When the stockmarket collapsed in mid-March, Mitchells &Butlers’ (M&B) shares fell to less than a quarter of the level they had reached at the start of the year. Although they rallied strongly over the next few months, they have now started to fall again owing to the return of strict social-distancing measures and regional lockdowns. M&B’s share price is now two-thirds below its level of 1 January. Still, there are some reasons to think that things aren’t as bad as the price would imply. The government’s furlough scheme has allowed M&B to cut costs drastically during the time its pubs and restaurants were shut, while the government’s Eat Out to Help Out scheme in August helped it recover some lost ground. While total revenue has fallen by a third over the last nine months, compared with the same period last year, September sales were only down by around 7%. Meanwhile, M&B’s management has managed to persuade creditors and bankers not only to restructure existing debts, but also to increase lending facilities, thereby greatly expanding the group’s financial breathing space. Of course, the latest wave of restrictions across large party of the country are hardly good news. However, their impact has been cushioned by the fact that the government has allowed pubs and restaurants that serve significant amounts of food to keep operating, even in areas under the tightest restrictions. Given that M&B derives much of its revenue from food sales, this has helped keep closures to a minimum, although some pubs in the North have had to be shut. With growing hopes that a vaccine could be approved in the coming weeks, there is a good chance that the restrictions could be relaxed in time for Christmas. The bad news is in the price: If M&B does manage to get through the current crisis, then the upside for its shareholders could be very large. Not only does it trade at only nine times 2021 earnings (and just four times 2019 earnings), but its shares are also at a huge discount of 57% to the value of its net assets. While many of these assets are in the form of leases, it also owns the freehold of many of its pubs, which could potentially be sold to property developers in order to meet demand for houses and flats. With M&B’s share now trading above their 50-day moving average, its looks as though market sentiment may have bottomed out and begun to improve.
1blueletter: Bought some MAB this morning, looks like a good one to hold. Here's a good research piece on it -
1blueletter: Interest buy perspective on MAB -
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