Share Name Share Symbol Market Type Share ISIN Share Description
On The Beach Group LSE:OTB London Ordinary Share GB00BYM1K758 ORD 1P
  Price Change % Change Share Price Shares Traded Last Trade
  -6.00p -1.19% 500.00p 543,498 16:35:09
Bid Price Offer Price High Price Low Price Open Price
500.00p 501.00p 515.00p 500.00p 510.00p
Industry Sector Turnover (m) Profit (m) EPS - Basic PE Ratio Market Cap (m)
Travel & Leisure 83.6 21.1 13.8 36.2 652.17

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2018-05-21 15:52:44500.363001,501.07O
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On The Beach Daily Update: On The Beach Group is listed in the Travel & Leisure sector of the London Stock Exchange with ticker OTB. The last closing price for On The Beach was 506p.
On The Beach Group has a 4 week average price of 480p and a 12 week average price of 480p.
The 1 year high share price is 650p while the 1 year low share price is currently 372.75p.
There are currently 130,434,763 shares in issue and the average daily traded volume is 1,327,333 shares. The market capitalisation of On The Beach Group is £652,173,815.
lomax99: IC comment: On The Beach misses expectations The after-effects of the collapse of Monarch airlines are still working their way through the European travel industry. In the case of On The Beach (OTB), it was £1.1m-worth of lost bookings during the six months to March. Monarch’s demise effectively ripped out about 15 per cent of flight capacity to beach destinations during the period, but it also deterred those travellers who choose to holiday in the winter (when it’s cheaper), as prices for remaining seats increased markedly. Chief executive Simon Cooper said other airlines are in the process of filling these gaps, but there is some lead time until agreements are reached. Outside of Monarch, On The Beach is making progress. Daily unique website visits grew by a quarter to 34.1m, while repeat purchases increased by 2.6 per cent to 42.9 per cent of visitors. On The Beach has continued to invest in its technology platform to make it easier for customers to use, especially since well over half of UK traffic now comes via smartphones., which the company acquired last year, is also now on the same platform. Analysts at Numis expect pre-tax profits of £34.2m in the year to September 2018, giving EPS of 21.2p, up from £28.5m and 17.7p in FY2017. IC View The impact from the Monarch collapse caused On The Beach to miss analyst forecasts, sending shares down on results day. But we’re optimistic that this is a short-term issue that should resolve itself by next winter. On The Beach has historically traded at a significant premium to peers on a price-to-book basis; if it reverts to its historic premium, there's implied 17 per cent upside from the current share price. Buy on the dip.
trigger16: I feel a bit underwhelmed by the results. The rise in the share price on volume yesterday had me expecting more. Tone is positive but it seems expectations are being revised lower - at least that’s what I understand by ‘in line with management expectations, taking account...[Monarch impact and international investment]’ From a more long term perspective, you could say growth has been decent despite the headwinds and outlook for next few years looks v positive. On balance it still looks good value with the growth story intact so happy to continue to hold...
its the oxman: Will be interesting to see where the share price and forecast/targets go over the next week or so. Still looks modestly rated compared to many growth stocks.
andyt7: What do people think about the Director share sale yesterday? Can they see a hit coming or do they just need some cash for Christmas? Doesn't seem to have had a significant effect on the share price just yet.
ayl30: Lets hope the results are good, rising share price illustrates high expectation
malcolmmm: - Inflexion says, subject to completion, it has placed and sold a total of 11.5m shares in On The Beach (OTB) at 365p each, raising aggregate gross proceeds of about £42m. Following completion of the placing, Inflexion would hold 3.8m shares in OTB, or about 2.9% of its issued share capital. The remainder of OTB shares held by Inflexion following the placing would be subject to a lock-up which ends 90 days after completion of the placing. At 9:35am: [LON:OTB] On The Beach Group Plc share price was +0.25p at 377.5p Story provided by
dgwinterbottom: Indeed, there will be one more placing I expect in mid June that might depress the share price thereafter I would hope they will start to climb on a more permanent basis. I am still puzzled as to how they differ from other on line travel agents ie: what is their niche etc ?
dgwinterbottom: Numis Securities Ltd. said Wednesday the price for selling 15.3 million shares in On the Beach Group PLC (OTB.LN) on behalf of Inflexion is of 280 pence a share. The price is at a 4.1% discount to Tuesday's closing share price of 292 pence. After selling half of its stake in On the Beach, Inflexion will own the same amount of shares in the company, which is 12% of its issued shared capital. Shares at 0910 GMT down 2.50 pence, or 0.9%, at 289.50 pence valuing the company at GBP378 million.
rambutan2: Inflexion reducing: Outcome was sold 10m at 215p:
kenmitch: Interesting to see rambutan2 here! I seem to remember you from successful shares in the distant past? Not sure about charts for AIM shares Saucepan, as too often other factors affect the share price far more. e.g unfortunately once the news about OTB spreads, too many private investors could gear up via spread bets. Then those punters have to sell out to pay for losses and margin calls on other holdings. Such situations can be the time to add and not sell. A few plus points for OTB include 70% of package holidays being booked on line, and OTB has a 17% share of the UK online market which is more than Thomas Cook and not too far behind market leader TUI travel. And the online companies haven't the huge overheads of the likes of Thomas Cook with all their staff and shops to be paid for. Also online opportunities are there worldwide for the likes of OTB to exploit and expand, so it is looking promising. Against that a possible negative would be an increase in ISIS terror activity worldwide though since that is just as likely to happen in the Countries people live in, as where they holiday, even that might not have a major effect on prospects for OTB.
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