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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
16/2/2022
13:51
Yes, bottom drawer job but could come out nicely, the market cap is so tiny they don't need to do much to get a nice move.
catsick
15/2/2022
15:23
Hi catsick. Thanks for posting.
Clearly we're not alone given the recent buying.

This is my pick for 'company that will recover fast after Covid'.

Fine dining may be off the menu for some given the current headlines on cost of living squeeze but, I believe the old Pizza/Pasta combo can be relied upon through just about any set of circumstances & this should bounce back fast now.

Last night was the first restaurant 'event' of the year & restrictions now eased across the UK.
I signed up to the Wildwood mailing list last year and they are active with good & varied offers to recipients.
I've not actually got a Wildwood anywhere near to me but, friends tell me they have good experiences eating there.

I think the restructuring of the management here was a good thing. I don't like having Joint CEO's in a business.
There should be one person in charge and that person should be the passion, the drive, the laser-focus on the business.

The equity has proven particularly 'sticky' to the existing holders through the pandemic.

Still not managed to get my full allocation but, I never have a problem paying higher assuming (first) the turnaround gathers pace & then growth takes over.
Long term investment for me so, minimum 3 years but, hopefully much longer.

mattjos
15/2/2022
15:01
Im here too matt , I bought a bunch at the start of covid and waiting to see how all the free money thrown at restaurant businesses would bail out groups like this ....
catsick
15/2/2022
10:50
Seems I'm not entirely alone here
mattjos
11/2/2022
08:52
Economy opening back up & Valentines boost for trade imminent
mattjos
19/1/2022
15:36
life returns to normal from next week.
I expect a notable tick up in the causal dining sector

mattjos
16/11/2021
09:24
Good update from RTN today
mattjos
27/10/2021
13:49
cut in rates for hospitality and lower duty on fizzy wines and ciders and draught beers
mattjos
27/10/2021
13:28
Good budget for Tasty!
mattjos
28/9/2021
16:58
"Congratulations to holders" - not often congratulations are offered for holding onto a 90% faller, but I will take it anyway, thanks tabhair
tmfmayn
27/9/2021
19:48
fortunately pretty much invisible to most of the market, tabhair.
The bottom looks like it's in here now. Now, lets see if they can capitalise on the opportunity and switch from 'survival' mode to growth in the next 12 months.

mattjos
27/9/2021
10:12
Does show just how quickly this can switch back into profitability.
Can't see there being any further lockdowns in the UK. Folk will all be back at work from next week & this 'working from home' lark will dome to an end too.

As per management commentary:

"Tasty is now in a good position to take advantage of the opportunities in the sector due to reduced competition and vacant restaurant and retail space."

I am quietly optimistic that this will resume its growth from here onwards.

mattjos
27/9/2021
09:54
Congratulations to holders, I think this must be the first time in five years that Tasty have issued an update where trading has actually exceeded management expectations. Also, the busiest trading period of the year is the Christmas period, so now is certainly the time when they want customers through their doors. It certainly looks as if the company may even turn a profit for the second half of this year.
tabhair
27/9/2021
09:08
Yes, the worst appears to be behind us now.

End of furlough this week means folk will all be back at work & one of the first things I believe folk will do is to go out with the work colleagues & 'catch up' after extended periods away from the office.
I doubt they will go for 'fine-dining', Pizza and a few beers got to be a favourite.
I would expect trading to continue on an upward trajectory from here.

mattjos
27/9/2021
07:37
Told yer!!!!
b1nky
16/9/2021
18:38
Still, Buckleys available here .. what's going on?Usually stock comes tumbling out after a rise like last week but, so far, nothing
mattjos
15/9/2021
08:19
Restaurant Group raises guidance!!!!
b1nky
14/9/2021
17:17
BUY BUY BUY
b1nky
14/9/2021
17:05
Everybody who wants to sell has already done so, leaving only disappointed long term holders and pre vaccine speculators holding tight and hoping for a turnaround. Company seems to have survived the worst, so no obvious reason to sell just now.
tmfmayn
14/9/2021
14:58
OK, thanks.
Looks like I will have to wait for seller as nothing doing here today by the looks of it.
Market Size is supposedly 15k not 8k

mattjos
14/9/2021
14:40
Hard to buy. As tightly held and no one ever sells. You can either buy in dribs and drabs or leave an order with the MMS or pay up a bit. Restaurant Group we're up a lot yesterday. If I were you, I'd pay up. Don't miss this!
b1nky
14/9/2021
14:26
the most I can seem to get offered is a rather bizarre 8,333 shares @ 6p … ie £500's worth. Not worth buying that quantity.
Anyone know why the M&M's have shut up shop here, please?

mattjos
14/9/2021
12:43
Been looking at this one but, no stock to buy whatsoever. Is it just my broker?
mattjos
12/9/2021
09:50
They have 28 out of 30 restaurants out of London. All these are benefitting from both Work From Home and Staycations. I am forecasts profit. This is quite bold. As you point out, they have not achieved this in the last five years. The amount is irrelevant, especially as they havent got to the point yet where they have started to fiddle with the numbers, which they tend to do.The market is not forecasting a profit. I am!!!Watch this space!!
b1nky
11/9/2021
19:53
They've consistently reported a loss for each of the last 5 years. It would seem odd that with all the challenges facing the industry in 2021 that it will now turn the corner. There don't appear to be any broker forecasts.
Anyway, what profit are you forecasting?

trident5
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