Share Name Share Symbol Market Type Share ISIN Share Description
Restaurant Group LSE:RTN London Ordinary Share GB00B0YG1K06 ORD 28 1/8P
  Price Change % Change Share Price Bid Price Offer Price High Price Low Price Open Price Shares Traded Last Trade
  +7.10p +2.17% 334.10p 334.00p 334.70p 334.80p 325.00p 325.80p 412,173 16:35:04
Industry Sector Turnover (m) Profit (m) EPS - Basic PE Ratio Market Cap (m)
Travel & Leisure 710.7 -39.5 -20.1 - 671.75

Restaurant Group Share Discussion Threads

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DateSubjectAuthorDiscuss
25/7/2017
22:34
Give us the filter button for morons who can't spell or string a coherent sentence together
adobbing
25/7/2017
22:31
Give us this day our daily share price increase and forgive us those morons who know nothing about a stock they post comments on!
adobbing
25/7/2017
10:09
Give us this day our daily bread and another profit warning for RTN
larva
23/7/2017
22:46
You know nothing you moron! Every prediction you have made so far, on this stock, has been wrong, time after time. Crawl back under your stone pond life!
adobbing
23/7/2017
22:37
well said william theobald 240p on the next warnng i fear
opodio
19/7/2017
17:06
Probably just as many or more than do now, I don't see any evidence of any slowdown and whenever I visit one of their outlets they are always busy. As for rising inflation it just dropped from 2.9% to 2.6%. I say as I see, I leave the crystal ball work to the Blackpool Pier Clairvoyants.
adobbing
17/7/2017
21:22
In all fairness 'adobbing', I have to agree with opodio. This share will fall to 240p based soley on weak/ poor macroeconomic conditions. Stagnating wages and rising inflation, combined with a slowing economy. How many families are going to be eating out on plastic fantastic?
williamgtheobald
17/7/2017
09:52
opodio 12 Jul '17 - 08:40 - 1971 of 1972 0 0 240p on the next warning How's that going?
adobbing
12/7/2017
08:40
240p on the next warning
opodio
12/7/2017
08:38
Is there a reason you are quoting verbatim from FE Investegate's commentary on Fulham Shore PLC, a south east based pizza chain? hTTps://www.investegate.co.uk/article.aspx?id=201707120700037782K Or is it just obvious plagiarism? I don't see any connection with RTN.
adobbing
12/7/2017
07:49
Recent years have seen unprecedented amounts of capital invested in the UK restaurant sector and, in recent months, more restaurant space has appeared on the market than for many a year. This is largely a function of larger businesses trying to sell poor performing locations, newly created developments and administrators selling sites for broken companies. Restaurant supply and demand often have a fractious relationship and, however quickly demand for eating out grows, there will always be a risk that restaurant supply may sometimes grow faster, either nationally or locally. In addition, we are entering a difficult forecasting period due to Brexit. Against this backdrop, some restaurant businesses will make the grade and others will not. We believe that operators with "me-too" offerings, over-rented sites, tails of unprofitable sites, dated menus, too much debt, poor concepts and unincentivised staff (or all of the above) will struggle. Those are the problems here.
albanyvillas
11/7/2017
07:25
Considering dipping my toe here, it seems a good time from a risk/reward perspective. Quiet board too!
funkmasterp12
24/6/2017
18:15
Reading through his blog I think brumby favours mars. I like rtn because of the captive market locations (ie cinemas and airports), the freehold pub estate and the lack of much debt. Most others in the sector seem to have mountains of debt.
thevaluehunter
20/6/2017
10:53
Mark Brumby's morning note strikes a pessimistic tone for the sector: PUB, RESTAURANT & DRINK PRODUCERS: • The MCA’s Eating Out Panel says restaurant ‘visit frequencies had taken a marked turn for the worse and this had resulted in extrapolated analysis for the total eating-out market showing value growth falling by 3% year on year.’ • MCA’s Eating Out Panel suggests lower restaurant visitor volumes were across all day parts.
jaknife
15/6/2017
15:13
Paul Scott pretty bearish on his blog today. The comparative LFLs are -5.8% until half year then -3% from half year to mid Aug. Also I noticed bfi weekend box office was up 62% last weekend on prior year and gpb is coming off the lows vs the euro.
thevaluehunter
14/6/2017
20:12
I like the look of the cinema admissions vs last year too. HTTp://www.bfi.org.uk/education-research/film-industry-statistics-research/weekend-box-office-figures
thevaluehunter
14/6/2017
19:53
ex-div tomorrow :-)
thevaluehunter
12/6/2017
23:06
Why don't you learn some basic English you moron?
adobbing
12/6/2017
18:48
opodio 9 Jun '17 - 08:15 - 1949 of 1949 0 0 profit warning opodio 9 Jun '17 - 08:15 - 1949 of 1949 0 0 time to buy at 337 So what happened to these two predictions you odious little w4nker? Who would possibly take investment advice, from somebody who can't even string a coherent sentence together?
adobbing
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