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
  +2.10p +0.70% 300.40p 300.40p 300.90p 301.60p 294.70p 299.30p 819,689 16:35:20
Industry Sector Turnover (m) Profit (m) EPS - Basic PE Ratio Market Cap (m)
Travel & Leisure 710.7 -39.5 -20.1 - 604.00

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DateSubjectAuthorDiscuss
15/9/2017
10:14
In auction, anyone know why?
adobbing
13/9/2017
18:27
Fact, they are marked xd tomorrow. If we are running true to form, they should open around £3.00, they might even dip to say 2.98. I will be buying around the £3 level and feel that it has half a chance of moving higher over the next couple of weeks.
carbon man
13/9/2017
13:27
Climbing be cool to have the 700p bid
opodio
13/9/2017
07:06
Cinven didn't offer anything, there was no bid, it was a rumour and it never happened. You are talking complete rubbish!
adobbing
13/9/2017
06:52
Good point about Cinven Think they were offering around 700p back then
albanyvillas
12/9/2017
23:15
Why are you quoting my post from 7th April? Why are you not quoting the full post? ""7 Apr '17 - 08:08 - 1857 of 2021 1 0 Edit steveo18 6 Apr '17 - 14:26 - 1854 of 1856 0 0 Bid from cinven doing the rounds hTTps://www.google.co.uk/search?q=cinven+restaurant+group&client=safari&hl=en-gb&prmd=nmiv&source=lnms&tbm=nws&sa=X&ved=0ahUKEwih_97R45HTAhVBuxQKHZa7B-cQ_AUIBygB&biw=414&bih=628#scso=uid_WOc53wAMu_AKFNEF7wKZZA_1:898 I assume as there is NO news to back this up, it's doing the rounds in your mind only. Let's stick to facts shall we?"" The article referred to is about a supposed bid from Cinven in 2016 that never materialised. There has been no subsequent bid or rumours of one.
adobbing
12/9/2017
16:23
bid tomorrow be nice adobbing - 07 Apr 2017 - 08:08:27 - 1857 of 2021 RTN With Charts - RTN steveo18 6 Apr '17 - 14:26 - 1854 of 1856 0 0 Bid from cinven doing the rounds hTTps://www.google.co.uk/search?q=cinven+restaurant+group&client=safari&hl=en-gb&prmd=nmiv&source=lnms&tbm=nws&sa=X&ved=0ahUKEwih_97R45HTAhVBuxQKHZa7B-cQ_AUIBygB&biw=414&bih=628#scso=uid_WOc53wAMu_AKFNEF7wKZZA_1:898
albanyvillas
12/9/2017
16:13
Superb moment to launch a bid, last time it went to 440p on bid rumours
albanyvillas
11/9/2017
18:29
Absolute guess work. xd on 14/9/17, not that matters these days apparently.
carbon man
08/9/2017
11:38
Some are bearish and some are bullish. I am cautiously bearish but remain bullish for the future. The Restaurant Group has some good attribute going for them, these are: A great track record on profitability growth. In 12 years, it has generated cumulative free cash flow of £250m or £21m per year. Today, it FCF is £40m, a yield of 5%. Freehold properties of £110m account for 17% of market cap. Now, it accounts for 20% given the share price decline. No pension deficits or schemes, along with manageable debt level (6% of Mkt. cap.), although low debt is prevalent in this industry. However, the sector is under pressure because of the slowdown in consumer spending, spending habits, food inflation and devaluation of the British Pound, also wage pressure makes this the perfect storm of high input costs = pressure on margins. Despite my cautious bullishness. 15 analysts are forecasting adjusted EPS of 22 pence, down from 30 pence that give it a perspective PE of 15. Since EPS is falling, a low multiple PE should be attached (Max. 10X), which is why I give a 65% chance for the shares to head towards £2.20, before making a sustainable recovery. For more, click http://bit.ly/2xhfx7D
walbrock82
06/9/2017
21:11
Looks like it will go below 300p in next days
andysaw
06/9/2017
17:11
RTN included... 'Citi picks 'sweet 16' stocks for investors to play pre-Brexit UK' HTTP://sharecast.com/news/citi-picks-sweet-16-stocks-for-investors-to-play-pre-brexit-uk/26402033.html
philanderer
05/9/2017
14:15
Comment from Mark Brumby at Langton this morning comparing RTN, MARS and GNK: 60 SECONDS: RESTAURANT GROUP: DOES THE VALUATION MAKE SENSE? The scene is set... • The market responded well to Restaurant Group’s first half trading update last week, with shares up c10% (338p). • Confidence is growing in Restaurant Group’s turnaround but its sales trend is negative at a time when its industry is oversupplied and facing cost pressures. • Management itself says: ‘like-for-like sales and margins will come under inevitable pressure in the short term,’ as a result of the above. • Warren Buffett famously remarked that turnarounds seldom turn. At the very least, they often take longer than anticipated (perhaps due to our innate optimism bias). • So, is the market suffering from optimism bias here? But what about valuation? • An interesting (though admittedly not like-for-like) comparison might be drawn with pub companies Greene King and Marstons. • The recent purchases of Admiral Taverns and Punch Taverns suggests this is an area of the market that is currently undervalued. • We will look at price-earnings ratio, dividend yield, sales trends, and price to book value: Sorry for poor fomatting. RTN GNK MARSPE (pre-exceptional) 11.3x 9.4x 8.3xPE (post-exceptional) n/a 13.6x 9.1xForecast PE 15.2x 9.5x 8.2xDividend Yield 5.1% 5% 6.4%Dividend Cover n/a 1.5x 1.9xYoY Dividend Growth 0% +3.6% +4.3%Qtly LfL sales trend -2.2% (H1) +1.5% (FY) 1.3% (Q3)PTBV 3.71x 3.06x 1.37x • Given the above information, we question whether Greene King and Marstons deserve to be on such modest PE ratios considering their positive sales growth profiles. • Restaurant Group is making the requisite changes to its operations (simpler menus, better value, rationalising suppliers). • But, considering current market conditions, it is possible that the scale and depth of its turnaround is being underestimated.
jaknife
05/9/2017
10:50
Some more serious de-ramping going on by langton capital today. Comparing RTN, GNK and MARS without talking about their respective debt positions is a bit silly. hxxp://www.langtoncapital.co.uk/daily-notes/langton-capital-2017-09-05-888-restaurant-group-hawthorn-consumer-spend-etc/
thevaluehunter
31/8/2017
15:34
Clear M&A target
hurst10
31/8/2017
14:25
Peel Hunt didn't really get it wrong. Revenue still falling (LFL: 7.2% drop). It's just that there is some encouragement from much lower debt and a smaller exceptional charge. And they even managed to make a small PBT. But the big problems are still there - no sign yet in stabilisation of the loss of customers. F&B still remains a big millstone around RTN's neck. Net cash flow still down about 15%. It would have been much worse were it for not for a big drop in their tax bill. Not convinced they've stopped the rot yet in their business, but at least they're getting to grips with the financials in trying to deal with that.
bend1pa
31/8/2017
12:38
31 Aug '17 - 11:37 - 2009 of 2010 1 0 Egg on face for peel hunt and langton. Just demonstrates how little these so called "experts" actually know and how off the ball they really are. Anyone who acted based on their advice should really think twice before believing any of these fortune tellers "opinions"
adobbing
31/8/2017
12:00
heading north Will shoot up to 400p tomorrow maybe
albanyvillas
31/8/2017
11:37
Egg on face for peel hunt and langton.
thevaluehunter
31/8/2017
11:24
M&A target in the leisure / restaurant sector
hurst10
31/8/2017
09:21
Nice short squeeze this morning , a bit more volume and you will see more covering . Doubt very much the new FD will even have a chance to start . Anyone seen his equity package? Come on Peel Hunt , what else are you selling ? Need to buy another stock 😎
hurst10
31/8/2017
08:27
-- Grow our Pubs and Concessions businesses Our Pubs have performed well in the period, helped in part by favourable weather but also driven by strong operational delivery. We have focused on improving the consistency of our execution, which has contributed to an increase in our customer ratings to an all-time high. We have also deepened our links with the communities in which we operate by hosting popular beer and gin festivals. We have committed increased resources to identifying sites to enable us to increase the rate of openings, and consequently, the pipeline of prospective sites is steadily growing. Our Concessions business continues to perform strongly, driven by both solid growth in passenger numbers and by strong execution in maximising the throughput of customers. Our pipeline of new opportunities has strengthened in recent months and we expect to secure several new contract wins in the second half of the year. We expect to open between 18 and 20 units in 2017 with associated capital expenditure of between GBP18m and GBP20m. Refurbishment and maintenance capital expenditure, including technology investment, in 2017 is expected to be c.GBP20m. We anticipate opening between 10 and 20 units in 2018.
adobbing
31/8/2017
08:08
opodio 12 Jul '17 - 08:40 - 1971 of 1972 0 0 240p on the next warning How's that going?
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