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 Shares Traded Last Trade
  -0.125 -1.25% 9.875 220,041 08:00:10
Bid Price Offer Price High Price Low Price Open Price
9.50 10.25 9.875 9.75 9.875
Industry Sector Turnover (m) Profit (m) EPS - Basic PE Ratio Market Cap (m)
Travel & Leisure 141.94 -3.57 -5.70 12
Last Trade Time Trade Type Trade Size Trade Price Currency
08:53:10 O 75,000 9.60 GBX

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Revolution Bars Daily Update: Revolution Bars Group Plc is listed in the Travel & Leisure sector of the London Stock Exchange with ticker RBG. The last closing price for Revolution Bars was 10p.
Revolution Bars Group Plc has a 4 week average price of 9.75p and a 12 week average price of 9.75p.
The 1 year high share price is 91p while the 1 year low share price is currently 9.75p.
There are currently 125,046,654 shares in issue and the average daily traded volume is 2,792,284 shares. The market capitalisation of Revolution Bars Group Plc is £12,348,357.08.
boohoo1: Yes, Mark Ward. Such A finely built strop of a man. A man who will forever buy RBG. If you have any shares in Rev. just offer them up. And as we await next September's price and book our Carnival cruises and watch our CineWorld movies , flying to the Carribean by Dart ...let us not forget these torrid times when an RBG share could be bought for a shilling.
boohoo1: "We're going on a Revolution". Bar the commentary, this share might be the winner we all want. Think. Why was £2 turned down? Answer: the market believed it too cheap. What has changed? Covid. So if it survives the share price will rocket. A CVA saves a company yet same board of directors no dilution. Town is dead. share price Dead good.
boohoo1: The CVA announcement today will preserve equity, kill huge debt, reduce rents and treble the share price
kenmitch: 32campomar Agree the jury is out on Revolution Bars, but don’t agree with your dead man walking assessment. The fit and healthy young are far less affected by the virus and there is clear evidence now that millions have had Covid without realising it. The young are often more hung ho than older folk who are more at risk. The evidence from the many Countries where lockdowns have been eased or ended for weeks is how quickly things got back to normal. Good chance the same will happen here too. Also worth reminding that 99.999% of UK citizens have not died from the virus so far. Revolution Bars is now in far more secure position financially than it was, and would survive even if no trading this year. That scenario now seems very unlikely. Hence the share price almost doubling since I bought three days ago. Agree there’s a risk of the virus returning with a vengeance, and if still with no vaccine available that would be a huge negative for many Companies and even more so for Revolution Bars, but that’s unlikely to affect the RBG share price for a while. So imo your “dead man walking” seems a bit extreme!
mitch74: Just wait until they announce bars to open. The share price will go berserk
qs99: yes indeed, all that is known, hence where the share price is question was, who has taken up the c.20%.....this lockdown will ease one day, vultures will circle to buy cheap assets IMO.....DYOR etc.
crumppot: This lot are shoddy and the share price is sinking without trace. I have no faith in them any more
yorkshireinvestor: Well done, exceptional call to say if the acquisition didn't go through the share price would drop ......
imranawan: Any idea why the sudden spike in share price this afternoon.
paulypilot: 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!)
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