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Share Name Share Symbol Market Type Share ISIN Share Description
Wetherspoon ( J.d.) Plc LSE:JDW London Ordinary Share GB0001638955 ORD 2P
  Price Change % Change Share Price Bid Price Offer Price High Price Low Price Open Price Shares Traded Last Trade
  -10.50 -1.22% 851.00 848.00 850.50 857.00 809.00 857.00 812,955 16:35:20
Industry Sector Turnover (m) Profit (m) EPS - Basic PE Ratio Market Cap (m)
Travel & Leisure 1,818.8 95.4 70.6 12.1 1,024

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20/9/2020
07:41
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blueball
20/9/2020
06:33
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freetrader1
20/9/2020
00:17
?MenuHide the menu??NewsUK NewsPUBS CRISIS Wetherspoons boss Tim Martin warns pubs and restaurants face wipeout with up to a MILLION job lossesJon Rogers21:11, 19 Sep 2020Updated: 22:14, 19 Sep 2020Comment nowWETHERSPOONS boss Tim Martin has warned pubs and restaurants face being wiped out – with up to a million jobs on the line.The hospitality industry could be left in ruins as tighter local measures are introduced to fight the coronavirus and a second national lockdown lasting two weeks could be on the cards.Some 900,000 jobs in the hospitality industry are said to be at risk if another national lockdown is introducedCredit: PA:Press AssociationTim Martin said further restrictions would be 'devastating' for the industryCredit: PA:Press Association/PA ImagesTim Martin, the boss of JD Wetherspoon, which employs 43,000 people in its pubs and hotels, said many smaller venues had already gone to the wall after the first lockdown.He said further restrictions would be "even more devastating," The Times reports.Kate Nicholls, the chief executive of lobby group UK Hospitality, said some 900,000 workers in the industry are still on furlough and their jobs are currently at risk as Prime Minister Boris Johnson brings in restrictions in parts of the UK to battle a second wave of Covid-19.Pub chains want Chancellor Rishi Sunak to continue the furlough scheme which is due to run out at the end of October as well as slash beer duty and extend the cut in VAT.Mr Johnson is currently looking at a "circuit break" closure which would effectively mean the country goes into a national lockdown for two weeks, as the number of coronavirus cases has rocketed in recent days.The number of new cases topped 4,000 on Friday.'DEVASTATING'Sadiq Khan, London's mayor, said the extra measures in the capital looked "increasingly likely".Nick Mackenzie, chief executive of Greene King, which oversees 2,700 pubs, restaurants and hotels, said the government needed to extend the furlough scheme and provide extra support to protect jobs.He said: "The sector is fighting for survival - we are already seeing pubs in areas where there are additional restrictions are performing less well, especially those in Scotland.
gozzie2
19/9/2020
23:48
Reading the reports tonight a curfew seems to be the more likely option rather than closing all pubs.
tim 3
19/9/2020
23:00
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gozzie2
19/9/2020
22:11
Yes i think he was great as well .I do lean to the left but I would have voted for him over Labour. To my mind he's very honest and trustworthy and clever .Hes wasted really.
gozzie2
19/9/2020
22:09
You have this now ,if you go in wetherspoons and are contacted by track and trace you must stay at home .. If someone had the virus in there you can be fined a 1000 pound for breaking quarantine . .Its an expensive pint .
gozzie2
19/9/2020
22:03
Shame Rory Stewart withdrew from the London Majoral election. He would have got my vote. He is barking mad but very, very clever.
konradpuss
19/9/2020
21:51
I'm not a tory but I liked Rory Stewart. You threw him out lol .I'm sure he would have handled this better with his background, but these was unforseen circumstances and brexit was the only thing that mattered .
gozzie2
19/9/2020
21:38
Well if 'Big Boris' locks down again even for two weeks, in my humble opinion he has a full economic depression on his hands. I guess with the press comments that he already has a new mistress on the side (Russian violinist so they say) his mind is on other things. Bring back Mrs.May - now I never thought I would say that.
konradpuss
19/9/2020
21:29
I really don't see them staying open if cases increase. People say why can't I visit relatives but you can mix in the pub with no mask .Especially in winter with no outside facilities. We shall see.
gozzie2
19/9/2020
20:51
I think stricter rules are more likely than total close down. For the whole of last month he successfully encouraged thousands to visit pubs!
tim 3
19/9/2020
20:50
If he does close them again he is in a difficult position. Either he admits he made a mistake opening them to soon or he blames the public who voted him in for not adhering to the rules.
tim 3
19/9/2020
20:47
Tim in today's Times - industry faces crisis if fresh lockdowns are imposed forcing pubs to close.
essentialinvestor
19/9/2020
19:33
The pub across from me is shut tonight for some reason .Strange times
gozzie2
19/9/2020
19:27
When these pubs opened I thought the rules was table service no loud music etc. That lasted about a week but wetherspoons would have mainly been doing that .If proper measures are put in place its not particularly dangerous .It won't be any different in a few weeks after a temporary lockdown .It will just keep recurring until a vaccine .
gozzie2
19/9/2020
18:43
It's beginning to look like another round of forced closures for pubs. Government will have to step up with additional significant support. Would not rule out more fund raising for the sector in 2021 to navigate this clusterf..k that is COVID.
essentialinvestor
19/9/2020
18:34
thanks konradpuss, aye it was the on-line that kept things going. I knew the warehouse was at capacity, albeit at reduced staffing, but they seem to have excelled with their structures and processes, still keeping it on as a potential short tho, they moved over £1b to their longterm liabilities, increases of 30% on last year, so sitting at c£3b long term liabilities, although they did state in the results this week, that they'll not re-new one of the Notes - so therefore no coupon payments on that tranche of debt. Still beggars belief tho, Lloyds is looking like a solid buy, just tipped over 4% yield, which is not shabby in these markets, i expect the mkts to take a fall again this week, and we've also got the FTSE reshuffle, whose in / whose out. could be a great trading week.
rescuer
19/9/2020
16:31
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blueball
19/9/2020
14:21
rescuer, I think you will find that it was online that did it. Perhaps 'Big Tim' should go online! He might well have to if we go into another kamikaze lock down.
konradpuss
19/9/2020
12:55
Gozzie, it's all the high footfall low margin retailers that are struggling, as there's limited footfall now, their margins are just too small to weather this storm. I know Greggs well, i live in the next house to Mrs Gregg (Pippa), huge redundancies to come. The one i can't get to grips with is NXT, took a bath on them last month, was short and didn't close prior to results, let it run with no stops, bad move, closed out Tuesday for a 1200 point loss - ouch !! still can't fathom NXT, looks way way over priced.
rescuer
18/9/2020
20:02
Such a shame for these companies Greggs was flying .Its less than it was in march now .
gozzie2
18/9/2020
19:55
Wetherspoons will survive and be stronger longterm. Quite a few pubs in my area have already closed .Its a longterm investment that will pay off for sure imo .Just got to time it correct and even buffet says he can't do that lol .
gozzie2
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