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OTB On The Beach Group Plc

151.20
-5.00 (-3.20%)
16 Apr 2024 - Closed
Delayed by 15 minutes
Share Name Share Symbol Market Type Share ISIN Share Description
On The Beach Group Plc LSE:OTB London Ordinary Share GB00BYM1K758 ORD 1P
  Price Change % Change Share Price Bid Price Offer Price High Price Low Price Open Price Shares Traded Last Trade
  -5.00 -3.20% 151.20 151.20 151.80 155.60 149.80 155.60 498,400 16:20:04
Industry Sector Turnover Profit EPS - Basic PE Ratio Market Cap
Travel Agencies 170.2M 10.1M 0.0606 24.95 251.96M
On The Beach Group Plc is listed in the Travel Agencies sector of the London Stock Exchange with ticker OTB. The last closing price for On The Beach was 156.20p. Over the last year, On The Beach shares have traded in a share price range of 81.30p to 180.00p.

On The Beach currently has 166,640,480 shares in issue. The market capitalisation of On The Beach is £251.96 million. On The Beach has a price to earnings ratio (PE ratio) of 24.95.

On The Beach Share Discussion Threads

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DateSubjectAuthorDiscuss
08/4/2024
15:21
The whole sector is going well.
trying2trade
08/4/2024
13:03
Looking good today.
blueball
05/4/2024
07:42
IC has an extensive article this morning covering the recovery and prospects for the travel industry, holidays obviously play a big part in that.

....There are two distinct ways to play the travel retailer area. The first is to look at companies that consumers use to book holidays. We like online beach holiday retailer On the Beach (OTB), which benefits from an asset-light and low-cost model. It has been boosted by a recent distribution deal with Ryanair, which now lets its customers access the airline's flights "with full price transparency". This has removed a significant drag on the company’s valuation, which at two times EV/Ebitda is less than a third of its historic average. On the Beach's total transaction value (TTV) of holidays sold was up 27 per cent in its latest peak booking period, helping it to a record forward order book as it focuses on volume growth.

paleje
28/3/2024
09:12
airports and airlines expect numbers over the bank holiday weekend and school holidays to return to pre-pandemic levels.
aishah
21/3/2024
09:42
Long may it continue
queenbreguet
21/3/2024
08:57
Big demand for all inclusive holidays amid rising living costs. OTB should be a big beneficiary imo.
aishah
21/3/2024
08:40
Perky this morning
wburton619
06/3/2024
15:21
NI savings are likely to filter into buying holidays imo.
aishah
04/3/2024
10:53
OTB have relatively little control of their own product. OTB like almost everyone in the sector is very nervously watching EZJ and their holidays offering.
trying2trade
01/3/2024
10:06
OTB rose on a news of non particular significance, hence the correction.
alotto
29/2/2024
15:02
A very stupid sell off here. Invitation to buy more
simmsc
29/2/2024
13:38
True but it's not sychronised to perfection, that's what market makers are for and it's also what makes prices fluctuate, supply and demand.
paleje
29/2/2024
13:18
For every buyer there has to be a seller to match the trade.
darrin1471
29/2/2024
13:01
Couple of large buys went through as sells earlier someone has confidence.
paleje
29/2/2024
12:41
Happy to hold. Ryanair deal isn't groundbreaking but should help with market share. Profits are increasing and divi is on the horizon so I don't see any reason not to hold. If share price stays around here I will increase holding come April
wburton619
29/2/2024
09:10
Quicker than I thought regards the retrace
milliecusto
28/2/2024
19:36
When I looked at OTB last year, most of the last minute holidays were using Ryanair. I have just looked at 20 OTB holidays from various airports and none of them were using Ryanair.
I had read that Ryanair were calling online travel agents "pirates" but had not paid much attention until yesterday's announcement.
A quick search and I found "Ryanair has claimed that On The Beach is 'the number one pirate"


All well and good. Ryanair and OTB have made up and struck a deal.
But who will be the winner in this deal? Who needs who the most? Ryanair are notoriously tough negotiators. No doubt in my mind that Ryanair have got a good deal.
What is the cost to OTB. A worse deal than when they were "pirates"? No winter flights with Ryanair. If others like lastminuite.com can't do a deal then OTB may end up with an advantage.

darrin1471
28/2/2024
14:52
Down it goes, it shot up yesterday with not that much of a big new.
Money is what counts. Until consistency and reliable projections of profits is demonstrated(in terms of real cash flow) any gain can be considered pure volatility.
I will be back in if we ever go back to the 100s.

alotto
28/2/2024
14:41
THey guided on transaction value YTD and also PBT oucome for the year. So one of those is higher up than revenue, and one is closer to cash.

The PBT guidance is far better than revenue guidance!

adamb1978
28/2/2024
13:27
Not enough guidance on revenue to provide further increase, as I stated yesterday, sure some folks got spiked
milliecusto
28/2/2024
07:43
Saves £2m a year on legal fees. Should go straight through to the bottom line.
dr biotech
28/2/2024
07:24
Nice one Dave well spotted.
paleje
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