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Share Name Share Symbol Market Type Share ISIN Share Description
Peel Hotels Plc LSE:PHO London Ordinary Share GB0002583606 ORD 10P
  Price Change % Change Share Price Shares Traded Last Trade
  0.00 0.0% 50.00 0.00 01:00:00
Bid Price Offer Price High Price Low Price Open Price
50.00 60.00
Industry Sector Turnover (m) Profit (m) EPS - Basic PE Ratio Market Cap (m)
Travel & Leisure 15.59 0.18 1.50 33.3 7
Last Trade Time Trade Type Trade Size Trade Price Currency
- O 0 50.00 GBX

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Peel Hotels Daily Update: Peel Hotels Plc is listed in the Travel & Leisure sector of the London Stock Exchange with ticker PHO. The last closing price for Peel Hotels was 50p.
Peel Hotels Plc has a 4 week average price of 0p and a 12 week average price of 0p.
The 1 year high share price is 0p while the 1 year low share price is currently 0p.
There are currently 14,126,123 shares in issue and the average daily traded volume is 0 shares. The market capitalisation of Peel Hotels Plc is £7,063,061.50.
cjohn: If they find a buyer, there will not be an issue with debt. At the share price they traded at before de-listing, they were at a deep discount to NTAV. So a successful resolution of assets within a few years will produce a decent return, in spite of COVID and rising energy prices.
topvest: Paul Scott has talked about this on Stockopedia and the read across more widely on banks tightening their lending criteria / reigning in lending. It's fairly ominous for the hospitality sector if the banks are refusing to renew the debt facility at Peel Hotels. There must be far worse customers than Mr Peel given his personal support for the group in times of difficulty. I had thought earlier this week though that the hotel trade must really be struggling. 2 years of Covid-19, then they get customers back but are hit with 1. Enormous energy price increases; 2. Massive labour rate cost inflation; and 3. Increased interest rates. The banks could well pull the plug on a number of hotel groups later in the year in my view.
pdosullivan: This week it emerged that Peel has put one of its six remaining hotels up for sale. A disposal at the guide price would leave it debt free, potentially opening the door to buy backs and / or dividends
pdosullivan: Hi all, I have written a blog on Peel Hotels, which I am a shareholder in, that may be of interest to some of you. The blog can be found here:
pdosullivan: I see that PHO's interim results were published on Friday. Unsurprisingly it reflects a very grim trading period (6 months to 9 August), with a net loss of £1.6m. However, NAV of £21.7m equates to c£1.50 a share versus the 50p level at which the stock last traded at. Provided lenders remain supportive in these unusual times (and there's no indication that they won't be), an orderly realisation of PHO's remaining assets should deliver strong upside.
pdosullivan: Looks like we're all in WYN! My other holdings apart from it and PHO are: AUG, AV/, BHP, BOCH, CLIN, CRH, EEP (delisted), GFTU, GRP ID, HMSO, IAG, IR5B, KMR, KYG ID, LLOY, OGN ID, PCA, PMO, PRSR, RB/, RWI, RYA, SN/, SPDI and THW PZ.
arthur_lame_stocks: Hi value hound Out of your list I own WYN HSP RBN TON HEAD CNKS SIXH ZYT STM. I sold my LPA for 95p as I felt they were fairly valued at that price.
cjohn: So the Full year results to 26th January have just been posted on the company website. If you're holding the shares through a nominee account, you will no longer receive reports by post, unless you make a direct request to be on a mailing list. The FY was neutral with revenue steady at £15.6m but profitability down to £18k. Net debt was down 400k to about £8.5m. Events subsequent to year's end put a huge dent into this picture of relative stability with revenue crashing in the half year to 9th August to around £2.6m from £8.3m for the comparative months in 2019. EBITDA loss was £1,328k! The company however has made a modest EBITDA profit for the start of the second half. On the positive front, the company secured a CBILS loan of £2.5m. It also sold the Cosmopolitan Hotel in late August for £4.35m,at around a 10% discount to book value. They were in breach of their banking covenant during the year. Pertinently for all shareholders, the bank loan has been re-negotiated on a capital repayment basis over the next year. (And they are now, therefore compliant.) And this strongly suggests there will be further asset sales this year. They speak of interest in their other assets and are confident that the sale price will be more reflective of the full value of the assets. (No clue as to why the Caledonia sale was different.) There's a race between the trading losses, given COVID's impact on the business, and their ability to sell the assets and return cash ASAP to shareholders.
battlebus2: Just to add the fire at the Calendonian is fully insure for loss and loss of business. They’ve set up a trading platform for our share Asset Match.
battlebus2: For anyone holding PHO in nominee accounts the half year results.. Rev +3% 8.3 v 8.09 GP -0.4% 989 v994 EBITDA -14% 558 v 649 OP -22.8% 170 v 221 Rev par +2.3% Occupancy +1.8% Admin +25.2% 431 Loss 48k v 9k profit Net debt 8.5mm Fire at Calendonian fully insured Outlook similar
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