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Wetherspoon ( J.d.) Plc LSE:JDW London Ordinary Share GB0001638955 ORD 2P
  Price Change % Change Share Price Shares Traded Last Trade
  -3.00 -0.27% 1,121.00 177,524 16:35:06
Bid Price Offer Price High Price Low Price Open Price
1,122.00 1,126.00 1,131.00 1,096.00 1,107.00
Industry Sector Turnover (m) Profit (m) EPS - Basic PE Ratio Market Cap (m)
Travel & Leisure 1,262.05 -94.77 -82.60 1,349
Last Trade Time Trade Type Trade Size Trade Price Currency
17:46:59 O 393 1,121.00 GBX

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15/1/2021
08:20
Wetherspoon ( J.d.) Daily Update: Wetherspoon ( J.d.) Plc is listed in the Travel & Leisure sector of the London Stock Exchange with ticker JDW. The last closing price for Wetherspoon ( J.d.) was 1,124p.
Wetherspoon ( J.d.) Plc has a 4 week average price of 960p and a 12 week average price of 786.50p.
The 1 year high share price is 1,627p while the 1 year low share price is currently 492p.
There are currently 120,380,155 shares in issue and the average daily traded volume is 283,684 shares. The market capitalisation of Wetherspoon ( J.d.) Plc is £1,349,461,537.55.
03/1/2021
15:13
essentialinvestor: Perhaps a longer term perspective may be helpful. In September 2017 the JDW share price was around current levels. That year JDW made £76 Million on pre tax and EPS was 70.80p a share.
23/11/2020
18:12
glenowen: By the way, nice to see the JDW share price perform so well of late. I will celebrate that modest recovery in my financial well-being in early December in my local Wetherspoon! And, of course, that fine victory by Mr Biden.
08/11/2020
15:39
gozzie2: Time at the bar?Holders of JD Wetherspoon (LSE: JDW) may want to look away from the pub chain's share price when it provides a trading update on the morning of 11 November.I can't see the numbers and outlook as being anything but bleak. After all, JD Wetherspoon already announced its first annual pre-tax loss since 1984 earlier this month. The recent introduction of curfews across many parts of the UK is unlikely to have improved the situation. News of the company needing to slash jobs, while not unexpected, doesn't bode well either.Like easyJet shares, the question to ask is how much of this is priced in. At half the price they were at the beginning of 2020, you might think 'quite a lot'. Moreover, analysts are expecting earnings to rebound massively in FY22, leaving the shares on a P/E of 13 (if you still pay any attention to forecasts).Nevertheless, I'd be inclined to look elsewhere, at least until the crucial coronavirus 'R rate' is on the retreat. On a risk-reward basis, JDW still doesn't tempt me.
04/11/2020
02:28
konradpuss: Florida going Trump's way. Not quite sure how a Trump victory will impact the 'Spoons' share price although I think a few people might be out celebrating tonight at a quid a pint! Looks like Mr Market has not been as gloomy as most of the board in respect of the 'Spoons' share price since the monday opening.
01/11/2020
11:23
rescuer: Smartie6 - only be here with JDW for a few months, I am short and have been in and out quite a few times. This has still a long way to fall IMHO, as they need to service debt, remember from the results payments have been deferred until July 2021, but they'll still need to find the cash to square their position. However - once this all unravels and the share price is at fair value and for me that is NAV - then this will be one hell of a recovery play. How far the share price will drop - i don't know, i still think Tim ought to Raise Now, whilst the share price is at a reasonable level and raise £300m to cover short term liabilities and to continue with the growth program, this will obviously dilute the shares in issue and thus the SP, but once foundation has been found and C19 has run it's course, then this will be a darling of the city once again, but as i believe, this still has a long way to fall yet, before a recovery can commence. Once my shorts have been closed and the bottom reached, I'll be very long here for a good few years. all IMHO of course DYOR and all that. remember shares can plummet as well as go down.
13/10/2020
15:28
gozzie2: ??JD Wetherspoon and Carnival shares: is now the time to buy ahead of a second lockdown?Thomas Carr13 October 2020, 10:05?Image of person checking their shares portfolio on mobile phone and computerInvestors in JD Wetherspoon (LSE: JDW) and Carnival (CCL) shares have already had a year to forget. Now, with some of the country poised for tighter lockdown restrictions - akin to a second lockdown for millions of people - things look like they're about to get even worse.Tighter restrictions mean that pubs will now close in the highest-risk areas. Nobody knows how long these restrictions will last. Likewise, with Covid cases escalating rapidly in most of Europe, companies that rely on travel look set for a prolonged bout of misery. There are now very few places abroad that UK citizens can travel to freely.While this undoubtedly affects a great many companies, Wetherspoon and Carnival could be impacted immediately. If I held either of these two FTSE 250 shares, I reckon I'd sell out now and invest in something that would help me sleep a bit better at night.Last ordersWetherspoon was quick to reopen after the initial lockdown closed all of its pubs back in March. By the end of August, more than 95% of its pubs had reopened. But not even Rishi Sunak's Eat Out to Help Out scheme was enough to maintain revenues at last year's levels. From the beginning of July to mid-August, like-for-like sales were 17% below the prior year.Following lengthy pub closures and the erosion of profit margins, the company expects to make a loss for this year. That's not exactly surprising. But Wetherspoon's shares still look overpriced, in my opinion. The shares trade at 16 times last year's earnings, a period that was unaffected by Covid. That wouldn't be cheap in a normal year. New restrictions mean the group will remain unprofitable for longer and will take longer to recover. In my mind, that's still not reflected in the Wetherspoon share price.
09/10/2020
14:35
glenowen: Just for a change on this forum, some specific comment on JDW and its prospects as a business. I visited my local Wetherspoon for lunch today and was very impressed: 1. Member of staff at the door to ensure that all customers were either registering their visit on the NHS Track and Trace app, or filling in contact details on a form. 2. All staff were wearing masks and tables seemed to be getting cleaned after customers left. Lots of protective screens around the pub. 3. Ordered on the app and food and drink arrived quickly. The food was very good quality, yet again. While a lot of people seem to complain about the quality of JDW food, I have rarely had cause for complaint over the years. 4. The cost - inclusive of free coffee refills - was ridiculously good value. They still have a 50% discount, Monday’s to Wednesdays, and that is an absolute give-away. 5. Staff who served me was helpful and courteous. I think she was smiling but couldn’t confirm, due to the mask! As a shareholder, I did sell some JDW earlier in the Covid period - just to protect against the potential downside of an indiscriminate collapse in the market. However, on the strength of today’s experience and numerous other “research̶1; forays - I do pay attention to the financials too - I think that JDW will definitely be a “survivor̶1; and should prosper, long-term. The quality of the company’s business offering and its customer service levels are better that rival companies, in my opinion. Of course, if Covid-induced economic Armageddon is upon us, JDW will have no chance - just like the rest of us.
25/9/2020
12:02
rescuer: Gozzie, thats a biggie esp after the latest fundraise. I was going to post a way out for JDW the other day, but here goes. JDW have an amazing business model, which during normal times ought to see them continue with their growth, however, due to restrictions, tight margins and hugely reduced footfall, the business model is now under server pressure. JDW did raise earlier in the year, however i feel this will only touch the sides and will not offer enough liquidity going forward. JDW should consider IMHO a major placing to raise c£400m - this ought to be enough for them not only to realise short term liabilities, but also pad them out with enough to continue the expansion of the business. Covid will pass and things will eventually return to some sort of normality. The business will recover over the coming years. However if they don't have a major fundraise soon, then I fear the model will need to be contracted, much as RBG have stated in the above. JDW could take the opportunity of a life time, if they took the hit now, raised high and re-adjusted the model. The raise would need to be large and dilution could be as much as 100% of the shares in issue, the institutions i believe would support this if the placing was at a substantial discount to today price. just my opinion - hope you all have a great weekend. r
14/7/2020
14:44
essentialinvestor: Would expect one of the reasons why JDW share price has held up reasonably well is an assumption reduced competition will ultimately help drive future revenue and returns. Would agree with that longer term rational, once they navigate the next 6 months or so.
12/7/2020
14:51
essentialinvestor: In September 2017 the JDW share price was under £10 a share, trading at a price similar to last Friday's close. Since then COVID has hit and a slug of extra shares have been issued. How many years will it be before JDW reaches 2017 pre tax profitability levels, or EPS levels as there are now extra shares in issue?. You can make a longer term buying case, however the current share price already appears to discount a lot imv?.
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