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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 Shares Traded Last Trade
  4.00 3.75% 110.60 537,684 16:35:18
Bid Price Offer Price High Price Low Price Open Price
111.00 111.40 111.60 107.60 107.60
Industry Sector Turnover (m) Profit (m) EPS - Basic PE Ratio Market Cap (m)
Travel & Leisure 33.70 -46.30 -27.60 183
Last Trade Time Trade Type Trade Size Trade Price Currency
17:50:16 O 14,500 110.932 GBX

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2022-10-06 16:50:43110.9314,50016,085.14O
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Posted at 06/10/2022 09:20 by On The Beach Daily Update
On The Beach Group Plc is listed in the Travel & Leisure sector of the London Stock Exchange with ticker OTB. The last closing price for On The Beach was 106.60p.
On The Beach Group Plc has a 4 week average price of 98.30p and a 12 week average price of 98.30p.
The 1 year high share price is 400.50p while the 1 year low share price is currently 98.30p.
There are currently 165,788,759 shares in issue and the average daily traded volume is 1,289,025 shares. The market capitalisation of On The Beach Group Plc is £183,362,367.45.
Posted at 29/9/2022 16:58 by alotto
this is the price to expect from OTB, if it manages to post a profit of 15mln (which is not on the cards but is somewhat wishful), with a PE of 15: about 190p. Will we see a profit of 15mln this year? I am quite doubtful. Does anyone have different and calculated forecasts?
Posted at 27/9/2022 16:29 by john09
I think the fact this lost 30% in its share price in a week or so should tell you the answer
Posted at 27/9/2022 13:17 by darrin1471
Weak pound makes higher interest rates likely sooner. Higher fixed mortgage rates when renewed. Younger mortgage holders are bigger spenders on holidays and going to be the hardest hit. No OTB position. Long or short. Hope to buy in at a lower price in the future.
Posted at 12/9/2022 21:19 by alotto
Thanks Gymratt. I have a small position in OTB, very small. Presently hard to work out if it has hit the bottom but more importantly hard to work out a fair valuation. Surely it seems well underpriced to me (on the prospect of a return to profitability). Btw, I read on IC (investor's chronicle), on this week edition, that OTB is in the top 5 for new short positions. Although the short is only 1.3%. Todday shorts didn't have a rosy day anyway. Todays rise was on the back on a positive sentiment throughout the stock market.
Posted at 08/9/2022 09:37 by darrin1471
Highlands. You either ignored my post 820 or did not bother to check. Therefore being dishonest to yourself or others that read your post. Simon Cooper through the Hawksford Trustees Jersey bought 1,530,141 at around 120p on or around 19/08/2022. Cost around £1.8m Simon Cooper through the Hawksford Trustees Jersey sold 3,900,000 at around 360p via a placing on 18/12/2020. Proceeds £14m The purchase of £1.8m is not insignificant in any way but the sale of £14m should also be taken into consideration. I am not short on OTB and do not hold OTB. IMO current value appears fair value in normal times. Would be interested to hear opposing views or reasons for a higher valuation.
Posted at 25/8/2022 12:07 by aishah
Shares Magazine: Founder and chief executive Simon Cooper bought 1.53m shares in online retailer of beach holidays On The Beach (OTB) on 19 August. Cooper acquired 1,530.141 shares through Hawksford Trustees Jersey for 129.54p each. The purchase, valued at £1.98 million, increased his shareholding to just under 5.64%. Copper’s acquisition follows an earlier purchase of 37,749 shares by Adam Henson, director of corporate development on 17 August at £1.31 per share. First-half results (24 May), saw half-year revenues to 31 March increase to £52.9 million, up from £4.4 million this time last year. Revenue as agent of £39.7 million was £5.3 million lower than 2019 levels because of subdued consumer demand until restrictions were fully lifted. However the Manchester-headquartered group managed to reduce its pre-tax loss by £14.6 million to £7 million. On The Beach does expect to start making profits again through the second half, helped by the business entering the premium travel market and sales starting to climb to pre-pandemic levels following the lifting of travel restrictions. The shares have rallied by 11% over the last month, but year-to-date are down by 56%.
Posted at 23/8/2022 08:54 by sphere25
In for a trade at the open. It is a standout piece of news today. You would think the price would at least bounce from such a beaten down and bearish situation on a chunky director buy like that. I mean, you would think that right? Price has pinged off the 50 day (130p atm - a break above there would be nice to lob into) a couple of times recently. These indicators are bizarre but the S&P 500 pinged right off the 200 day and came flying back down so they have to be given some consideration. Maybe the trading update will be good (late October last year, and with year end as September, surely you have a good feel of the numbers right now) on the back of that director buy, but just looking for some momentum to lob into. I saw a stack of buy orders at 120p gobbling up sells but let's see how the battle unfolds. Stop at under 118p for a small loss if the bears come in with the the usual big clobbering bat. Have the OTB bulls got any bite? Will we see the buying pick up from here? All to be revealed shortly! All imo DYOR UPDATE 12:47 These technicals are amazing. The price has popped higher and then literally (again!) pinged right off that 50 day moving average at 130p on an intraday basis. All those algos are programmed to sit and sell there. Some sharper traders have lobbed around 128p-130p. I took just over 125p - what a lemon! Thought it might have held abit longer. Let's see if there is any more big director or institutional buying to crack that 50 day technical mark and at least challenge the bears.
Posted at 03/8/2022 10:19 by darrin1471
One concern I had was the cost financially and to OTB reputation of the cancelled and rescheduled flights early summer. If EasyJet cancel a flight for an OTB package does the holidaymaker have the same rights and who pays for it EasyJet or OTB. If the holidaymaker books direct from EasyJet then EasyJet has to meet the additional costs. If OTB have a commercial block booking deal with EasyJet and resell it to the holidaymaker who is responsible and picks up the costs. Any opinions?
Posted at 02/8/2022 19:24 by paleje
Don't know but 6 weeks ago Peel Hunt set a target of 500p with the share price then at 200p, making it clear they were looking ahead to 2023:- Analyst Ivor Jones reiterated his ‘buy’ recommendation and target price of 500p on the stock, which slumped 13.3% to close at 209p after publishing interim results on Tuesday. The analyst said the business model allows On the Beach to be ‘the lowest cost provider of package holidays’ as its ‘remaining competitors have headed upmarket in search of margin’. ‘Next year, On the Beach should get some of the payback on this year’s investment in brand, marketing, and market share, and its market should not be distorted by cash trapped in competitor credit notes,’ said Jones. ‘While 2022 remains uncertain, we are convinced of the value in On the Beach yet to be realised.’
Posted at 26/7/2022 09:53 by wallywoo
Well I have bgt today. Have been watching these for a while. Bgt at 113.15. Aware that I could well be catching a falling knife but have jumped in because I hope there will be support at this price level. That's because in spring 2020 the share price briefly touched 112.6 when lock down was announced. Risky but hopefully rewarding in the future
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