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
  20.00 7.84% 275.00 1,090,671 16:35:11
Bid Price Offer Price High Price Low Price Open Price
273.00 274.50 286.50 257.00 257.00
Industry Sector Turnover (m) Profit (m) EPS - Basic PE Ratio Market Cap (m)
Travel & Leisure 104.10 26.10 16.50 16.7 361
Last Trade Time Trade Type Trade Size Trade Price Currency
17:13:01 O 37 275.00 GBX

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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 255p.
On The Beach Group Plc has a 4 week average price of 112.60p and a 12 week average price of 112.60p.
The 1 year high share price is 500p while the 1 year low share price is currently 112.60p.
There are currently 131,152,820 shares in issue and the average daily traded volume is 2,282,347 shares. The market capitalisation of On The Beach Group Plc is £360,670,255.
grahamburn: Interesting near doubling in their holding: Shame it wasn't reflected in the share price.
grahamburn: Probably more to do with both Liberum and Peel Hunt issuing buy recommendations probably the recent and rapid substantial fall in the share price.
lukmanpatel: Another troll by the username lsehotdealz haha, share price is stagnant and there’s talks of fundraise at 10p on that board lol desperation has lead to going round posting on different board to prevent share price from dropping, usually ud stay quiet and average down and accumulate if you see huge potential lmaoo he’s spamming all the boards
andyj: Disco Dave, I agree with what the last poster said. Bear in mind that the fall from 650 was initially due to the effect of Monarch Airlines collapsing. That reaction was compounded by the hot summer and and rivals posting declining revenues. The market assumed, and began to price in, that OTB would also issue a profit warning. How much of that is priced in is impossible to foretell, hence the huge risk in spread betting on any RNS. In terms of the next few months the bulls will argue both factors were exceptional and will not be repeated, that the business model is resilient and the lowest share price is now behind us.Bears will have one eye on the Brexit negotiations. A no deal could certainly complicate the business model, but the unknown will prevent significant rises. I expect it to settle between 450 and 530 until two factors are decided, the Brexit deal and updates on their market share.
bottomfisher: I am not an expert in internet stocks or the travel industry but met OTB's management at the last AGM and got the impression that they knew what they were doing in a fast-changing industry. After a 30% fall in the share price I am tempted to increase my stake. But the change of chairman is a slight worry. On paper at least, the new chairman Lee Ginsberg, a former CFO of Domino’s Pizza, does not appear to have the same entrepreneurial background as Richard Segal, the outgoing chairman. In addition he owns just 16,300 shares compared with Segal’s 406,680. More important, however, are concerns about how OTB’s revenues are faring in the face of a long hot UK Summer which must have depressed demand for overseas holidays, the impact of Ryanair’s problems on OTB’s customers, and fears about how the various shades of Brexit will affect the company. On past form will have to wait another 2 ½ months before OTB is scheduled to issue its year end trading update which should give an indication of how well this company can cope with far from ideal conditions. Would welcome any thoughts from better informed investors.
andyt7: I took a bit of profit at 604p which now looks like a good move but was probably more luck than judgement. I agree with you re the share price - they are well valued and no doubt need to show some results before further upgrading. I'm in for the longer term though.
andyt7: Anyway, a nice share price rise today - good to see it bouncing back after recent falls, which I've found hard to understand.
lomax99: Something smells, adding in the 450's! From yesterday: On the Beach share slide is buying opportunity for Berenberg (Sharecast News) - The fall in On the Beach's shares is a "compelling" buying opportunity for a structural growth stock, Berenberg analysts said as they reiterated their 'buy' rating on the shares. The online beach holiday company's first half results on 10 May were slightly weaker than expected but the shares decline of more than 25% is overdone, Berenberg said. Management said disappointing growth was caused by higher airline seat prices after the collapse of low-cost carrier Monarch. Air fares have gone back to normal and this should help On the Beach. The company, which lets customers put together their own package holiday from thousands of hotels and flights, is taking market share and is investing in marketing without expenses increasing as a percentage of sales, the analysts said. More than 40% of the UK holiday market is yet to shift online and with cash in the bank On the Beach can grow without much more capital. Investors also have a free option on the company expanding overseas through its nascent international operation. "OTB remains a high-margin, high-return structural growth story, and the pull-back creates a compelling buying opportunity," the analysts said. The analysts kept their 'buy' rating for On the Beach and left their price target unchanged at 600p a share. At the time of publication the share price was 473p.
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...
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