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Share Name Share Symbol Market Type Share ISIN Share Description
Revolution Bars Group Plc 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
  0.75 2.52% 30.50 29.00 30.50 30.40 29.40 29.75 414,303 16:35:05
Industry Sector Turnover (m) Profit (m) EPS - Basic PE Ratio Market Cap (m)
Travel & Leisure 110.1 -31.7 -70.3 - 38

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DateSubjectAuthorDiscuss
03/4/2021
01:52
Spot on Barnet. If cases soar amongst the unvaccinated especially autumn /winter many will also choose to not visit pubs even if they are allowed to open .Many pubs and small venues will close for good .I think we are going to get venues where we have more civilised drinking .Table service and queuing at the bar maybe here for good .I just don't see crowded pubs shoulder to shoulder anymore .Maybe I'm wrong we shall see .
gozzie2
01/4/2021
18:29
Sold out of RBG today. Good gain from 19p and last tax day of course. I just dont see the bars reopening for the young. They wont have the vaccine of course and I see outside only unless vaccine passport. Too risky with Europe in lockdown for the government to allow. Any further delay and this type of share and mkts in trouble. If they do go ahead and cases soar then local lockdowns are inevitable again. RBG can hold on for a good while but not for ever. I hope I am wrong. I really do. Stir crazy after 14 months. Sod the money. I just want to go for a quiet pint propping up the bar.
barnetpeter
01/4/2021
16:51
Thats a more sensible post than most I've read on these boards that don't want any lockdown .Hospitals couldn't cope with over 80 90 thousand or maybe more patients in at the same time .Many people have caught Covid in hospital .There will be greater planning for the next pandemic .And there will be one .A top south Korean expert that has predicted everything correct, has said unless man stops meddling with these animals and basically stops eating cr@p they could occur every 3 to 5 years We may get a Black death, this has been fairly mild in comparison.
gozzie2
01/4/2021
11:41
That's probably true, give or take, and also that the 'excess deaths' (i.e. those in excess of the 'normal' death rate) is not at such a level to justify closing down the entire economy. I mean, it's not exactly the Black Death, is it, that killed c.50% of the European population around 1350?! The issue for Governments seems to have been around protecting their health services ("Save Our NHS") because they didn't want to see hospitals overwhelmed. One would hope that in planning for the next pandemic they think in terms of specialist isolation hospitals (remember the unused Nightingale Hospitals?) and better infection controls in hospitals and care homes, which is where a substantial proportion of the cases occurred.
jeffian
01/4/2021
11:05
Is there anything to be learned from case/death trends in lockdown vs non-lockdown states of the US? Luminaries of every stripe have been castigating the non-lockdowners, but naysayers are saying there's been no difference. This needs addressing, I feel.
swanvesta
26/3/2021
12:19
3.5 million eligible over 50s have not taken it either .Lockdown or severe restrictions will be back Autumn/winter the 3rd wave unfortunately.
gozzie2
25/3/2021
21:34
Young people won’t have vax and so won’t have covid certs so won’t be granted entry I presume
onjohn
22/3/2021
15:32
Lemming and mushroom: wonder if that's a variety of cupasoup.
jimbomorry
22/3/2021
10:55
Ken, I tend to agree with you but repeating old posts doesn't help your cause!
jeffian
22/3/2021
08:21
I don't see a recovery for town centre bars like this happening this year. Maybe a few pubs out in the countryside might do some thin trade, where they have large gardens where people can sit but that isn't the case here.Basically you are looking at continued losses this year and next year, and lots more dilution or administration.Lemmings and mushrooms only.
ken chung
21/3/2021
13:49
Ken Chung knows the score .
gozzie2
21/3/2021
13:49
They most certainly won't be going diku and neither will anyone else .Have you seen the prices in this country .It was Fred Pontin that said Book Early lol .hTTps://www.thesun.co.uk/news/14408500/social-distancing-stay-until-every-adult-vaccinated/
gozzie2
21/3/2021
11:37
The bar in Leeds has terraced access to Millennium Square as well as a Courtyard; the latter would require access/egress control particularly, although don't see why this would not be possible with all the covid safety precautions now available. Many of the other RBG bars also have terraces, courtyards and gardens, even though they are in urban locations. Have emailed RBG asking for their plans for April onwards. I'll share any response I receive - positive or less than positive.
jimbomorry
21/3/2021
09:20
Maybe your mates won't be allowed to go holiday abroad....Butlins will have to do... GOZZIE220 Mar '21 - 08:53 - 2104 of 2107 0 0 0 You say about Europe but 4 of my mates will not take the vaccine here
diku
21/3/2021
09:04
eyeball in debt
middlesboroughfc
21/3/2021
08:54
I don't see a recovery for town centre bars like this happening this year. Maybe a few pubs out in the countryside, where they have large gardens where people can sit but that isn't the case here.Basically you are looking at continual losses this year and next year, and more dilution or administration.Lemmings and mushrooms only.
ken chung
20/3/2021
10:52
whips. So many boys pretend its all about this that and other other but in reality they are big cry babies and dont like needles.
netcurtains
20/3/2021
08:53
You say about Europe but 4 of my mates will not take the vaccine here .
gozzie2
19/3/2021
13:50
Mainland Europe isn't wildly keen on vaccinations in general, and that's without the scares about the AZN jab. I'll be frankly astonished if they reach 70% vaccination rate ever!
fredfishcake
19/3/2021
13:22
Interesting jeffian. It would be good all round if they would catch up. Makes you wonder what they've been doing over there besides grandstanding and sitting on their thumbs.
jimbomorry
19/3/2021
12:23
I doubt it. The daughter of a friend of mine who is married to a German and lives over there tells us that when restrictions begin to be eased there, you will be required to show a recent clear Covid test certificate when going into shops etc. This was a couple of weeks ago and the first test appointment they could obtain then was mid-April! I don't see how the EU can catch up with our vaccination programme.
jeffian
16/3/2021
20:31
Nice bit of (overvalued) stock ramping - you posted the same out of date copy in the place where it belongs along with all the other rampy chat, why duplicate it here? All it requires is a bit of self control. :-)
glavey
15/3/2021
15:55
WRKS : The Group's trading since stores reopened has continued to be strong and significantly ahead of the Board's expectations. LFL (1) sales increased 10.6% for the 19 weeks ended 25 October 2020; this excludes the 7 week period when stores were closed. Store LFL sales were broadly level with last year, with online sales approximately double last year's over the 19 week period. Strong liquidity position at Period end with net cash of £8.4m (2) , significantly ahead of last year.
middlesboroughfc
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