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Revolution Bars LSE:RBG London Ordinary Share GB00BVDPPV41 ORD 0.1P
  Price Change % Change Share Price Bid Price Offer Price High Price Low Price Open Price Shares Traded Last Trade
  -0.65p -0.65% 100.00p 96.40p 99.90p 100.00p 100.00p 100.00p 62,048 11:28:08
Industry Sector Turnover (m) Profit (m) EPS - Basic PE Ratio Market Cap (m)
Travel & Leisure 141.9 -3.6 -5.7 - 50.03

Revolution Share Discussion Threads

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DateSubjectAuthorDiscuss
05/12/2018
18:57
Hey Horndean, which two II are you referring to in post 1348? The only recent RNS I can find (on 15 and 17 October) relate to two II which each increased their holdings.
jonbirdy
05/12/2018
16:15
In freefall. A year seems a long time ago now.
horndean eagle
26/11/2018
15:05
No trading update today along with AGM. That is a pretty poor show. The implication is that trading is in line but affirming such might have at least encouraged a little buying.
horndean eagle
19/11/2018
10:13
Collapse to new lows last week. General market sentiment not great at present but wouldn't be surprised with another profits warning. The 2 ii who were propping it suddenly decided not worth doing so. I wonder at what level stonegate might be tempted to come back.
horndean eagle
23/10/2018
07:48
Well at least the unavailability of Carling is something to celebrate!!
waspfactory
22/10/2018
20:49
I actually don't know, but that doesn't mean I won't engage in ill informed tittle-tattle. It seems that the pub landlord has been engaging in some creative accountancy to move money between his various bank accounts in order to confuse someone (either the shareholders or the taxman would be my guess). Somewhere along the way however he forgot about an IOU that he wrote to himself which meant that one of the payments he made (to himself) was actually made with money he did not have. As a result of discovering this, the pub Landlord has had to agree not to take legal action against himself. After all if he did that things might get confusing! Meanwhile - the Doom Bar is 'off' and nobody has changed the barrel on the Carling.
kazoom
22/10/2018
19:57
What the heck do those RNSes mean? :-/
runthejoules
18/10/2018
08:29
RBG has been distracted enough with bid talks for over a year now. That's at least partly what caused under-performance (small management team, then lack of a CEO for c.7 months after Stonegate bid was rejected by major shareholders). A business like this needs hands-on management, otherwise performance will slip backwards, which is what happened. So personally, I'd like to see the new CEO concentrate totally on turning around the basics of the business. There are lots of quick & relatively easy fixes, in my view. The narrative with the recent results was music to my ears - what sounds like an energetic new CEO, full of ideas of how to improve performance. Xmas LFL bookings being up considerably is an early sign that he's on the right tracks, in my view. I'd much rather be patient, and wait maybe 6-12 months for the business to be turned around. Then the share price will naturally rise back up to c.200p again. That would be a terrific % gain from the current level, and there's not much risk in my view. Then in early 2019 we would be into the period where comparatives are soft, so LFL performance likely to be good, against weak comparatives. Plus we have an H1-loaded roll out of new sites to look forward to. The new fit-outs are very nicely done, and as recently reports, they're achieving a 30% ROIC on the latest batch of new sites. Pity about Torquay though, which seems to have been a mistake - why open a bar in such a seasonal town? Very strange choice. I'd be happy for bidders to come sniffing around again next year. Then we would get top dollar on a takeover, providing performance has improved under the new CEO. That seems preferable to me, rather than selling out now on the cheap, whilst the business has been struggling. CEO buying 50k shares after a few months getting to know the business, is clearly a positive indication. Let's hope it's followed up with more Director buying. I bet we're all kicking ourselves for not selling out last year at 210p. Ho hum, no point in worrying about it, as we can't turn back time. All that matters is the present, and the future. It seems to me this is an excellent each-way bet at the current lowly valuation - there should be good upside from a turnaround under new CEO, and then further down the line we could see resumed bid interest. So probably one to just sit back & be patient, to get hopefully a good potential profit from current price. Regards, Paul (heavily long RBG!)
paulypilot
18/10/2018
07:43
...but that doesnt stop the board from talking to them again and the major shareholders
crumppot
18/10/2018
07:28
It was Revolutions' major shareholders that rejected the 203p bid from Stonegate, I can't believe that they still think that was a good decision!
waspfactory
18/10/2018
07:22
The MD should have been calling Stonegate not waiting for them to ring! The whole thing is a disaster.
crumppot
17/10/2018
19:37
Oop, CEO pucking up 50k shares. Can't be bad can it? Wonder if it'll turn out STonegate are interested. You know, just after he got off the phone to his broker...
runthejoules
15/10/2018
13:47
anyone know when the next AGM is? It might be worth attending
crumppot
15/10/2018
13:35
See Artemis picking up more stock. Must be ruing the day they threw a spanner in the works. They should hoover up and get their average price a lot lower and then get on their knees and beg stonegate to come in with an offer. 160-180p would probably be enough to get it over the line this time.
horndean eagle
12/10/2018
09:09
Computer playing up!!
crumppot
11/10/2018
21:24
Mind I used to go on about getting people to dress up as animals and fight? I still think thats a good idea.
volsung
11/10/2018
21:17
Could you repeat that please...
elsa7878
11/10/2018
14:04
The food at Pat Val was very poor on the 2 occasions I dined there. RBG is much better as a concept.
crumppot
11/10/2018
14:04
The food at Pat Val was very poor on the 2 occasions I dined there. RBG is much better as a concept.
crumppot
11/10/2018
14:04
The food at Pat Val was very poor on the 2 occasions I dined there. RBG is much better as a concept.
crumppot
11/10/2018
13:51
Surely this is looking pretty good value now? Patisserie Valerie was worth almost £500m, this now at £62m
barvin
11/10/2018
09:01
The MD should get on the phone to Stonegate and start a discussion. A lower offer than last time in this market will probably be accepted by most shareholders.
crumppot
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