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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 Shares Traded Last Trade
  0.00 0.0% 22.50 78,718 08:00:07
Bid Price Offer Price High Price Low Price Open Price
22.00 23.00 22.50 22.30 22.50
Industry Sector Turnover (m) Profit (m) EPS - Basic PE Ratio Market Cap (m)
Travel & Leisure 110.07 -31.72 -70.30 28
Last Trade Time Trade Type Trade Size Trade Price Currency
17:06:35 O 3,376 22.50 GBX

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16/1/2021
08:20
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 22.50p.
Revolution Bars Group Plc has a 4 week average price of 18.50p and a 12 week average price of 8.50p.
The 1 year high share price is 91p while the 1 year low share price is currently 8.50p.
There are currently 125,046,654 shares in issue and the average daily traded volume is 301,777 shares. The market capitalisation of Revolution Bars Group Plc is £28,135,497.15.
25/12/2020
19:02
glavey: You may have missed the point. If they price the options at ten a penny what does that tell you they think the shares could be worth? As no actual performance is required, that seems to confirm that they feel performance is outside of management's control. A binary bet on survival?
25/12/2020
05:43
glavey: 24/12/2020 11:36 "Grant of Options" "Revolution Bars Group plc announces that on 24 December 2020, its Remuneration Committee agreed to grant options under the Revolution Bars Group plc Performance Share Plan (the "Plan") with an exercise price of GBP0.001 per share over 1,035,115 ordinary shares of GBP0.001 each in the Company ("Ordinary Shares") (the "PSP Options") to directors and other persons discharging managerial responsibility ("PDMRs") as set out in the table below." OK, so let's see..., it's a Performance Share Plan and the options are priced at ten a penny. Umm...
30/11/2020
16:57
nesquikme: lot of unemoployment now Greens arcadia going to go pop they are custmers for rbg
16/11/2020
17:25
glavey: "18 yo kids be drunk silly in RBG when lockdown ends" Not at their prices! It wasn't a great business or investment before the virus...
11/11/2020
09:48
muffinhead: Vaccine provides a route to recovery for general economy. The economy won't be coming back fast in 2021 and for many companies it is too late. All Pfizer doses preordered by government few months ago will be used up on over 50's so won't help RBG. Roll out starts December and requires a second injection a month later. Efficacy is reported about 90%. So may be march/april 2021 before over 50's have finished. Oxford vaccine clinical trials not finished but government hopes it works and is safe, We don't don't know efficacy yet but government will accept a 50% rate. 100 million vaccine doses have been preordered for use on the under 50 age groups. RBG survival will depend on monthly cash burn. Can the company survive potential insolvency without another share dilution?
28/9/2020
13:24
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.
28/9/2020
05:57
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.cheap. Dead good.
26/9/2020
10:17
dagsteeth: John09, sadly you miss 4 key life changing differences 1. Rtn is a viable business even with a 10pm curfew 2. The Chiquitos and bennys landlords were more or less the same as the Wagamama ones, so they were incentivised to do a deal and preserve the solvency of their waga rents. Most of rbg landlords are individuals and will not act as one 3 rtn has much more capital value, and brunning and price and wagas are great businesses 4 Chiquitos and frankie and bennies have been a basket case for the last 5 years and landlords know it. Given they are mainly on retail/leisure parks with trashed footfall, landlords had limited alternatives. Most of rbg properties are city centre and can be turned into residential
26/9/2020
09:05
boohoo1: The CVA announcement today will preserve equity, kill huge debt, reduce rents and treble the share price
29/5/2020
08:57
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!
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