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TAST Tasty Plc

1.65
0.00 (0.00%)
21 Jun 2024 - Closed
Delayed by 15 minutes
Share Name Share Symbol Market Type Share ISIN Share Description
Tasty Plc LSE:TAST London Ordinary Share GB00B17MN067 ORD 0.1P
  Price Change % Change Share Price Bid Price Offer Price High Price Low Price Open Price Shares Traded Last Trade
  0.00 0.00% 1.65 1.50 1.80 1.65 1.65 1.65 75,000 01:00:00
Industry Sector Turnover Profit EPS - Basic PE Ratio Market Cap
Eating Places 44.03M -6.43M -0.0440 -0.38 2.41M
Tasty Plc is listed in the Eating Places sector of the London Stock Exchange with ticker TAST. The last closing price for Tasty was 1.65p. Over the last year, Tasty shares have traded in a share price range of 0.95p to 3.75p.

Tasty currently has 146,315,000 shares in issue. The market capitalisation of Tasty is £2.41 million. Tasty has a price to earnings ratio (PE ratio) of -0.38.

Tasty Share Discussion Threads

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DateSubjectAuthorDiscuss
26/4/2019
20:37
How do you know that - or rather how did "someone" know that - when the Open Offer hasn't closed yet?
grahamburn
26/4/2019
16:39
Take up for the Open Offer was very poor. I have a tiny position in this from over a year ago and was naturally only allotted a handful of shares in the Open Offer. I talked to someone about how much could I oversubscribe and was told I could get as many as I wanted.
tabhair
24/4/2019
23:04
I've taken up mine... Not much though so not too worried... Better than a pig in a poke...
totalgeek69
24/4/2019
19:31
Anyone taking up their basic entitlement in the Open Offer (closing date tomorrow with my broker)?

If so, anyone thinking of excess entitlement application to try to reduce the effect of significant dilution from the Firm Placing?

Or is everyone passing due to uncertainty for the business?

grahamburn
12/4/2019
11:07
Painful capital raising at a very low price, but at least management are diluting themselves.

Assuming the scheme passes, there will be 141 million shares outstanding. At a current share price of 5p, that gives us a market cap of £7M. Company will be in a net cash position of £1M.

The big question is what sort of operating margin can this business generate going forward. Historically, it was about 10%. If this could even get back to a 2% operating profit margin, the current valuation would appear attractive.

tabhair
12/4/2019
07:10
Ouch 4p. Newtothegame3 was buying
letmepass
11/4/2019
09:31
Awful wide spread locking in the lemmings and mushrooms s.Still a fine short.
ken chung
11/4/2019
09:25
Pizza very much y’day, only got to see how Pizza Express trading, losing money for their VC operator’s, Domino’s not exactly booming these days.
bookbroker
22/3/2019
14:42
It's this bit in the commentary that would worry me.

"Trading over the Christmas period was positive, though the uncertainty of Brexit has meant that 2019 has started slowly."

H1 2018 was awful, so for management to talk about 2019 starting slowly is extremely concerning as LFL's are already on the floor. Additionally, is Brexit really a very good excuse for poor trading conditions? These guys are selling cheap pizza and pasta, not property or expensive large capital goods. The proposed capital gives a clear incentive for management to keep the share price low to gain greater control of the company.

tabhair
20/3/2019
14:21
I see the last buy went through at a slightly lower price although the bid has increased. Still far more buys than sells so clearly plenty think this drop is overdone.
mrphil
20/3/2019
12:35
The title should read "Investors are clearing up tasty.... "
totalgeek69
20/3/2019
12:33
Investors clearly are not deserting at this price... Today so far 660000 buys as opposed to only 60000 sells...
totalgeek69
20/3/2019
11:47
https://www.proactiveinvestors.co.uk/companies/news/216827/investors-desert-tasty-as-it-swings-to-a-loss-and-warns-therell-be-no-improvement-in-2019-216827.html
lbo
20/3/2019
09:22
Well I have topped up... Results are pretty bad but as expected...

Loss of £367k before exceptionals..

Market Cap of £4m with 58 restaurants.

£4m cash in the bank to pay down debt due this year I presume so remaining debt will be down to £3m looks like it might just pull through....

I had a meal in one of their restaurants last night. Quality has improved and it was busy for a Tuesday night.

In my view our country will start to sort itself out now (hoping!) and we can all go back to eating out and enjoying ourselves after the last two gloomy years...

totalgeek69
18/3/2019
14:27
Interesting volume today... 10000 sell and it goes down then 70000 buys and it doesn't budge... Results due soon....
totalgeek69
19/12/2018
06:17
https://www.bbc.com/news/business-46571992
lbo
18/12/2018
10:18
Also LBO.. In answer to your previous post 28Nov.. Why aren't the directors buying... Because they already hold quite alot of shares and do not need to buy until the upsides are nearby...


Directors Holdings Shares Percentage
Sam Kaye 10,750,589 17.99%
Adam Kaye 7,236,559 12.11%
Jonny Plant 4,154,579 6.95%
Keith Lassman 333,185 0.56%

totalgeek69
18/12/2018
10:10
Thanks for highlighting that the competition have capitulated LBO. Puts chains like Tasty and FUL well placed to benefit from the upside after Brexit.
totalgeek69
28/11/2018
15:56
Probably because they don't want to end up as stuffed crusties.
arthur_lame_stocks
28/11/2018
15:53
Why aren't the Directors buying?Gold Investors Target Executives With Less Skin in the Game https://www.bloomberg.com/news/articles/2018-11-27/coalition-of-gold-investors-says-exec-ownership-key-to-returns
lbo
28/11/2018
12:48
Looking at the chartz this has bounced off the 10p levels previously. Could move to mid-teens quite quickly, this was where it was before the suspicious trades just prior to last RNS.
jeevsje
23/11/2018
10:55
Equity Capital does not necessarily mean a rights issue. A rights issue for only GBP 500,000 would be a very expensive way to raise funds in terms of fees and admin so I doubt they would go for that. This looks like a sensible re-financing that buys time. LIBOR plus a margin of 2.5 to 4 % based on EBITDA seems very reasonable and I suspect Barclays would not have agreed to this if they didn't think there was a good chance of getting a return on their loan. At these levels, I will be staying long and looking to top up.This looks like it could be a turning point and if you look at the volume this looks like there are other buyers at these levels.
tomgreg
23/11/2018
10:22
That's what I thought initially, but the sentence which follows the reference to (just) £0.5m extra made me think again:

"This new capital is to be in the form of either new subordinated loan or equity capital, or a combination of the two."

Why would there be a mention of equity - or even a combination of equity or subordinated loan - if some form of equity raise wasn't on the cards?

grahamburn
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