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 Shares Traded Last Trade
  -0.50p -0.12% 425.00p 100,021 16:35:15
Bid Price Offer Price High Price Low Price Open Price
426.50p 427.50p 432.00p 424.50p 425.00p
Industry Sector Turnover (m) Profit (m) EPS - Basic PE Ratio Market Cap (m)
Food Producers 114.20 20.15 16.36 26.0 432.2

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21/5/201821:15London packed with tourists eating CAKE25
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Patisserie Daily Update: Patisserie Holdings is listed in the Food Producers sector of the London Stock Exchange with ticker CAKE. The last closing price for Patisserie was 425.50p.
Patisserie Holdings has a 4 week average price of 410p and a 12 week average price of 410p.
The 1 year high share price is 498p while the 1 year low share price is currently 295p.
There are currently 101,704,666 shares in issue and the average daily traded volume is 101,351 shares. The market capitalisation of Patisserie Holdings is £432,244,830.50.
quepassa: COMPELLING INVESTMENT THESIS... sound-bites:- "it also meets the three key must-haves that Warren Buffet looks for in a stock wnen investing" "I believe Patisserie Holdings shares have considerable long-term potential" See Motley Fool article dated 15th May for full article hXXps:// ALL IMO. DYOR. QP
valhamos: Share price is very perky - a week before the interims.
grahamburn: It's now around 6 months since the rumours started in the press about a possible merger between Patisserie and Bread (which were confirmed by the two companies with the comments that Luke Johnson would stand back from any discussions as he is a major shareholder in both companies). The suggestion was that any deal would take a few months to come to fruition, if indeed a deal happened. Since then it has gone quiet. Indeed, so far as I am aware, nothing has appeared in the media about progress and, most certainly, neither company has made any definitive statement. Maybe the recent strength of Patisserie's share price is an indication that something is happening behind the scenes - or maybe it's just reinforcing that the business is one of the few successes on the High Street.
andygibb101: A summary of the IC view of cake: It’s full speed ahead for growth plans at Patisserie (CAKE). The owner of Patisserie Valerie opened 20 new stores across 12 geographies in the year to September 2017, and has a similar rollout strategy for the current financial year. Rapid expansion plans can be a cause for concern if the rate of growth is debt-fuelled (see various pizza restaurant chains), but this hasn’t been Patisserie’s trajectory. So far, new openings have been funded entirely from operating cash flows, which increased by 10.9 per cent to £24.4m at the last set of results. Analysts forecast a net cash position of at least £30m for the September 2018 year-end, increasing to around £56m in 2020 – and this is all after capital expenditure and dividend payments. Further encouragement can be found in sales from online orders, where revenue increased by more than a quarter last year. The icing on the cake – a partnership with Sainsbury’s – is not yet material to results, but analysts have called sales at 18 stores so far “promisingR21;. We think the growth prospects are accounted for in the current share price, so continue to hold. JF
quepassa: Yesterday 2nd January. Peel Hunt issue broker note and UPGRADES RECOMMENDATION to BUY with INCREASED PRICE TARGET of 450p. The FT today comments on page 25 that Peel Hunt said "...a share price approaching 500p could be achievable over the next two years if the company is able to make this acquisition". If a Placing is coming in support of a potential bid for Gail's, personally I hope that retail investors are given the opportunity to participate. ALL IMO. DYOR. QP
walbrock82: Patisserie results looked alright as sales grew by 9.7% to £114.2m. Operating profit rose to £20m, as basic EPS is 16.36 pence. The company operates in 199 stores and for next year it will open a further 20 stores. They are supplying 18 Sainsbury’s counters. The average payback period is 23 months. Financials in detail Today’s EPS of 16 pence means Patisserie is on 20 times earnings. The company has a superb balance sheet with equity of £92m (30% of market value), £20m in cash and total liabilities of ONLY £6.6m. Profits are republicated in the cash flow statement, as net cash profit amounts to £20.4m vs. net profit of £16.3m. Meanwhile, it paid out £3.2m in dividend, up from £2.7m. The ONLY concern is the sales growth coming in below 10%, down from 13% last year. For more on Patisserie, which includes: 1). Mission Objective; 2). Quality of earnings; 3). Profits converting to cash; 4). ROCE and Capex to depreciation pattern; 5). Long-term share price projection. Then click
davr0s: 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
bestace: Another article worth reading: hTTps:// CAKE is reviewed in the third case study. Suggests the growth is already priced in at today's share price.
larva: FINNCAP Patisserie Holdings (CAKE): Upgrade to Buy (BUY) A positive site visit this week has given us comfort on FY16 (September) numbers and our focus now turns to FY17 forecasts, which bear upside risk, in our view. The share price remains 10% below pre-referendum levels and has been largely ignored in the post Brexit recovery. We reaffirm our 350p price target and upgrade from Hold to Buy. Analyst: Roger Tejwani
grahamburn: Very brief reference (recommendation as such as only 3 shares mentioned) in an article in the Money section of The Times today on the pros and cons of investing in the AIM Market: "Another is Patisserie Valerie. “It makes cakes and sweets and has 200 outlets. It is opening 20 new shops each year and is able to finance this from its terrific cashflow. It has no sizeable direct competitor and its share price now is about double what it was in 2014.”
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