Share Name Share Symbol Market Type Share ISIN Share Description
Patisserie Holdings LSE:CAKE London Ordinary Share GB00BM4NV504 ORD 1P
  Price Change % Change Share Price Bid Price Offer Price High Price Low Price Open Price Shares Traded Last Trade
  +6.50p +2.13% 312.00p 312.50p 316.00p 316.00p 305.00p 307.00p 233,813 16:35:00
Industry Sector Turnover (m) Profit (m) EPS - Basic PE Ratio Market Cap (m)
Food Producers 104.1 17.2 13.7 22.7 312.00

Patisserie Share Discussion Threads

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DateSubjectAuthorDiscuss
16/11/2017
20:55
I've raised my concerns earlier. Chart ugly now. They better come out with a very good update! Dyor
aishah
16/11/2017
20:35
RTN that is
davr0s
16/11/2017
20:15
Looks ready to rumble..... Down IMO
davr0s
16/11/2017
10:08
RTN looks ready to rumble
larva
13/11/2017
19:33
I just play the probabilities - sell weakness/ support break, buy strength and hold. Rinse and repeat, and never fall in love with any company/story. The share price can go anywhere from here but on average a support break leads to further weakness when averaged across many shares
davr0s
13/11/2017
19:08
it fell to around 265p this time last year DavR0s, buyers did alright on that trade! Asagi (long CAKE)
asagi
13/11/2017
18:31
I sold at the open - support gone. Not what you want to see leading up to results
davr0s
13/11/2017
15:43
Good post Asagi - and the first time I have seen you since one of those Motley Fool monthly evenings at a pub in London about 12-15 years ago...probably discussing IND or FWY! I suspect the other big difference between a Sainsburys and a Standalone is that CAKE would likely pay a commission based on what they sell, rather than a fixed rental. Also, I would expect the fit-out capex would only be a small fraction of a High St. Hard to even guess what the Sales/Profit on each Sainsbury might be, but its fair to assume both sides must be pretty pleased with their returns following the initial trial, given the scale of the increase in a short space of time.
simso
13/11/2017
15:16
Correct, rubberbullets. Looks like the Click and Collect offering has tripled in less than six months (assuming the announcement below is from June 1st): "This proved to be so popular, that we are now introducing Click and Collect into these 12 stores, so you can pick up your Celebration Cakes and Individual Treats from your local supermarket!" hxxps://www.patisserie-valerie.co.uk/press.aspx/2017/6/1/117/Patisserie-Valerie-Launches-Click-Collect-Cakes-Trial-at-Sainsburys trial started with 12 stores and no Click & Collect in April: hxxps://www.about.sainsburys.co.uk/news/latest-news/2017/28-04-2017 what sort of contribution to revenue will this have made? I'm tempted to say each Sainsbury's Patisserie Valerie is equal to one third of a proper store. But that won't be true. First, we won't get any drink sales, which will be very high margin. Second, on the positive side, footfall at Sainsbury's must be significantly higher, meaning higher turnover of cakes? Some cannibalisation likely. Asagi (long CAKE)
asagi
13/11/2017
13:04
hTTps://www.patisserie-valerie.co.uk/sainsburys We now have Click and Collect available in 38 Sainsbury stores across the UK, and have Patisserie Valerie counters in 29 of those. Well up on six months ago
rubberbullets
13/11/2017
12:40
did this last time and then bounced up massively
rubberbullets
11/11/2017
16:03
https://www.britishbulls.com/SignalPage.aspx?lang=en&Ticker=CAKE.L Stay in cash.
blueball
11/11/2017
14:58
SP now below 20,50 and 200 SMAs
aishah
03/11/2017
22:03
Sold higher up. Rising import costs, national min wage, rate rise, belts tightening. Not much room for any disappointment. Staying on the sidelines. Dyor
aishah
03/11/2017
21:17
With such a high pe and being thinnly trades only results move the price...
r ball
01/11/2017
15:50
CAKE, Patisserie holdings, riding along and upwards on the 200 Day EMA EPS forecast for 15.9% rise and a P/E of 18.3 for 2018, update 27th NOVEMBER.....
3rd eye
17/9/2017
08:30
In addition to the 23 openings, we also have the 18 Sainsbury Concessions. One assumes the performance of the first twelve opened in April must have been sufficiently encouraging to both parties for them to open a further six. Of all the roll out stories I have either reviewed or invested in, I see this as the best. In roll outs, the ROCE ratio is even more important, and CAKE score on two counts here compared to any others I have reviewed. Firstly, a consistent and strong return on new store Capex...with payback average of 23 months being faster than any others I see. Secondly, the "maintenance capex" of keeping a PATVAL bright and fresh is much lower than the ongoing cost of (say) keeping a Revolution Bar of a GYM consistently updated and contemporary.
simso
16/9/2017
22:51
SP is rather volatile in recent times. Breakout through 400 would be nice!
audigger
14/9/2017
12:28
That's 10 new sites in H2. In addition I think Telford, Blanchardstown and Brighton were also H2 openings, so that would make 13 new sites in H2 and 23 in total in FY17, comfortably hitting their target of 20. Also worth noting that Winchester, Chiswick, Oxford and Guildford are ex-Maison Blanc sites, but the Chiswick site effectively replaces a PV site which closed in H1. The question is how are sales bearing up in view of the consumer slowdown affecting other parts of the food & beverage sector...
bestace
13/9/2017
13:29
New cafes in last couple of months. Edinburgh Chiswick Rushden Winchester Southport Stevenage Dublin Bracknell Two further cafes scheduled to open imminently in Guildford Oxford Impressive growth and great roll-out of new sites. ALL IMO. DYOR. QP
quepassa
03/9/2017
16:09
hXXps://www.patisserie-valerie.co.uk/press.aspx/2017/6/26/119/Patisserie-Valerie-Comes-To-Another-Six-Sainsburys-Stores QP
quepassa
03/9/2017
15:52
I am sure the Sainsbury Trial was meant to have completed its trial period now. Does anyone know if the PAT Vals in any sainsburys have either closed or still trading?
simso
30/8/2017
08:45
did anyone spot that they have opened a second in Dublin? hxxp://www.patisserie-valerie.co.uk/blog.aspx/1/68/PATISSERIE-VALERIE-OPENS-IN-THREE-NEW-LOCATIONS quite the head of steam. Asagi (long CAKE)
asagi
19/7/2017
19:07
Yup. Visibility of Aim stocks tends to be low and price changes are largely news driven.
r ball
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