Share Name Share Symbol Market Type Share ISIN Share Description
The Fulham Shore Plc LSE:FUL London Ordinary Share GB00B9F8VG44 ORD GBP0.01
  Price Change % Change Share Price Shares Traded Last Trade
  0.50 3.33% 15.50 414,004 09:00:05
Bid Price Offer Price High Price Low Price Open Price
15.00 16.00 15.65 15.00 15.00
Industry Sector Turnover (m) Profit (m) EPS - Basic PE Ratio Market Cap (m)
Travel & Leisure 68.57 -0.75 -0.20 96
Last Trade Time Trade Type Trade Size Trade Price Currency
16:16:33 O 150,000 15.00 GBX

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The Fulham Shore Daily Update: The Fulham Shore Plc is listed in the Travel & Leisure sector of the London Stock Exchange with ticker FUL. The last closing price for The Fulham Shore was 15p.
The Fulham Shore Plc has a 4 week average price of 14.50p and a 12 week average price of 9.50p.
The 1 year high share price is 16.80p while the 1 year low share price is currently 4.75p.
There are currently 616,282,795 shares in issue and the average daily traded volume is 366,531 shares. The market capitalisation of The Fulham Shore Plc is £95,523,833.23.
chinahere: Judging by the recent price rise, something is happening in the background here I think. I wouldn't be surprised if we get an RNS about restaurant acquisitions.
boonkoh: Cash burn looks to have accelerated recently....! £2m extra net debt since last trading update end of Dec.Some of it will have been rents due end Dec for this quarter. It would have been better if FUL had disclosed their current monthly cash burn projections.
gizmohican: Business Eat Out to Help Out discount used 64m times in three weeks 2 hours ago Share this with Facebook Share this with WhatsApp Share this with Messenger Share this with Twitter Share Chancellor Rishi Sunak speaks to diners at a Wagamamas restaurantImage copyrightHM TREASURY Image caption Chancellor Rishi Sunak says the scheme is helping to protect nearly two million jobs Diners used the Eat Out to Help Out scheme more than 64 million times in its first three weeks, according to the latest Treasury figures. The scheme, which is now in its final week, offers customers in restaurants, pubs and cafes 50% off their meal, up to a maximum of £10 per head. It runs every Monday, Tuesday and Wednesday in August to encourage support for the hospitality sector. Chancellor Rishi Sunak said the scheme was supporting nearly two million jobs. "Today's figures continue to show that Brits are backing hospitality - with more than 64 million meals discounted so far, that's equivalent to nearly every person in the country dining out to protect jobs. "This scheme has reminded us how much we love to dine out, and in doing so, how this is helping to protect the jobs of nearly two million people who work in hospitality." According to restaurant booking website OpenTable, the number of customers at UK restaurants between Monday to Wednesday last week was 61% higher than last year. When does the 'eat out to help out scheme' end? Eat Out to Help Out cuts cost of school dinners The Treasury said 84,000 restaurants had now signed up to the scheme, which closes on 31 August. Eat Out to Help Out aims to help protect the jobs of 1.8 million employees in the hospitality industry by encouraging people to return to local eateries where social-distancing rules now apply. About 80% of hospitality firms stopped trading in April and 1.4 million workers were furloughed - the highest proportions of any sector - according to government data. David Page, chairman of Fulham Shore, which owns Franco Manca and The Real Greek, said: "Eat Out to Help Out immediately increased our restaurant customer numbers by over 50%, thus enabling us to get all our staff back to work. In fact, we are now creating new jobs ." Criticism No vouchers are needed, with the participating establishment simply deducting 50% from the bill, up to the £10 per person maximum, and reclaiming the money from the Treasury. However, the discount is only on food and soft drinks eaten on the premises, and does not apply to takeaways.
boonkoh: Surprised the share price has held up really well.However given the concentration of restaurants in London, I wouldn't be holding.If the covid-19 virus hits the UK in a big way, restaurants will be empty, and FUL will be hit. Should really be trading circa 10p at the moment.
ny boy: nelly grow up, FUL is a lot better than VRS, you probably forgot to buy STX when I mentioned it on VRS thread in 50’s, now 185 and ready to go to 250/275p this quarter. Get up to speed Sir
nellyb: nyboy, can you please stop spamming ful on the vrs fred.
davidosh: Just to let shareholders and potential investors in Fulham Shore know that the management team will be presenting on the second day of the two day Mello London investor conference in Chiswick London W4 on Tuesday 12th and Wednesday 13th November and there will be an opportunity to take part in a Q&A at the end of each presentation. These are just a few of the companies taking part... There will also be lots of quality keynote speakers, panel sessions and round table discussions looking at investment strategies & portfolio diversification plus sessions on.... How does a market maker work your share trades? What is undertaken in a company audit? What is hidden on the dark web? & how can retail investors get access to placings? If you would like to join the thousand investors at the event you can gain 30% discount on your ticket by entering the code ADVFN30 when you purchase your ticket.
bigboyo: The slaughter in the high street continues with Restaurant group closing some 100 more units. This can only benefit FUL as rents are driven down and competition is removed. Fulham Shore .. cheap freshly made quality pizzas , high volume locations . Right place right time ? We shall see.
ny boy: Making solid progress, the last men standing will reap the rewards in the evolving retail landscape, expanding strategically and taking full advantage that good quality tenants are in control of securing favourable rentals going forward, unlike the old days of ridiculously over priced rents from greedy landlords, who are mostly suffering from a big drop in obtainable rents or sitting on long void periods, with many empty retail premises. The great reset is finally underway, FUL is benefiting from it and building a solid well run restaurant chain. Happy holding here for the long term.
bocarugga85: Agree BB. Can throw Jamie's Italian et al into that. Too much average fair at unjustified prices. Ultimately it comes down to margins. Rents have been too high on the high street for too long. Landlords have been able to name their price because there has been too many chains chasing the same space. David Page is a shrewd operator though - they've seen it all before, and know how to extract value. I've loved Franco Manca since I first tried it in brixton market about 7/8 years ago. When fulham bought it, i had to get on board - even if I was far too early and m.cap was way overvalued. The menu prices are still the same now as they were back then, if you can believe it.
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