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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 Shares Traded Last Trade
  1.00 0.1% 956.00 684,112 16:35:10
Bid Price Offer Price High Price Low Price Open Price
952.00 956.00 969.00 943.50 953.00
Industry Sector Turnover (m) Profit (m) EPS - Basic PE Ratio Market Cap (m)
Travel & Leisure 1,818.79 95.42 70.60 13.5 1,151
Last Trade Time Trade Type Trade Size Trade Price Currency
17:48:10 O 139 956.00 GBX

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12/7/202016:16JD Wetherspoon3,896
05/3/201921:19J D Wetherspoon Pub Customer Comments21
05/3/201912:04J D Weatherspoon Pub Customer Ratings9
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12/7/2020
09:20
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 955p.
Wetherspoon ( J.d.) Plc has a 4 week average price of 938.50p and a 12 week average price of 799p.
The 1 year high share price is 1,734p 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 380,517 shares. The market capitalisation of Wetherspoon ( J.d.) Plc is £1,150,834,281.80.
05/7/2020
19:47
johnwise: Still carrying substantial debt and how much are Spoons asserts going to be worth with the effect of plage recession reduced cash flow ? unlikely paying dividend they will stop buying the shares, reduce debt.. Financing As at 26 January 2020, the company's net debt, including bank borrowings and finance leases, but excluding derivatives, was GBP804.5m, an increase of GBP67.5m, compared with that of the previous year end (2019: GBP737.0m). The net-debt-to-EBITDA ratio was 3.54 times at the period end (28 July 2019: 3.36 times). On 20 August 2019, the company entered into a new seven-year private placement agreement, which extends its total facilities, excluding finance leases, from GBP895m to GBP993m. As previously stated, it is intended that the company's net-debt-to-EBITDA ratio will be around 3.5 times for the foreseeable future. The ratio might rise for a temporary period, if there were, for example, a sudden deterioration in trading, in which instance the company would seek to reduce the level in a timely manner. Insofar as it is possible to generalise, the board believes that debt levels of between 0 and 2 times EBITDA are a sensible long - term benchmark. A higher level of debt may be justifiable - at times when interest rates are low and other factors are favourable. https://uk.advfn.com/stock-market/london/wetherspoon-j-d-JDW/share-news/Wetherspoon-JD-PLC-Half-year-Report/82041288
22/5/2020
20:50
konradpuss: Creature? to be fair to the fellow/fellowess, 'Spoons' do not have a brewing arm. I actually wonder if the share price of 'Spoons' is reflecting a 'sunny upland' that will not be the case for some while. O.K. when the government can issue gilts with an interest rate of diddly squat, then the public finances can struggle on at least for a while. This will not stop mass unemployment, just look at the U.S. Will the unemployed be down 'Spoons' spending their Giro (I guess they don't get those any more - it's just a 'ping')? I am afraid it's the vulnerable and poor that are going to be really hit. Oh! and the middle class will eventually pay more tax unless the government 'go for growth'. Get the new unemployed retrained as builders and solve the housing shortage and as we know all builders like 'Spoons'. Simples! and that idea is not so silly.
09/5/2020
16:08
konradpuss: Essential, I think the share price is currently looking beyond the 'getting back to normal' although this might be a new normal. If they can replicate last years' earning then fine. Then how is the market going to value those earnings. This is very tough to call. What you have got is the £9.00 placing. Now did the clients of Investec get a bargain or will it look expensive in retrospect? If I new the answer to that one I would either sell or add more!
29/4/2020
19:56
konradpuss: As a disfunctional alcoholic I am glad to hear that. I think £9.00 is not the end of the world. At least that might act as a floor to the share price he says optimistically.
20/4/2020
12:46
my retirement fund: They need to crack on with it before the equity price halves again and the dilution is even more dramatic. Look at Marstons. Just about able to beg extension covenant forgiveness for a month or so and share price could easily fall to near zero as the deadline approaches
11/4/2020
10:35
tim 3: I used to hate spoons the main outlet in town was a dark dinghy affair with very questionable clientele. However over the years as they have opened more outlets I have warmed to them a lot and now if I am out with friends, work or my partner then I usually visit an outlet. Price is a key factor but I can afford to pay more provided I am getting extra for my money and I really object to paying £2 extra for the same drink. If it is in an upmarket bar with higher standards and something extra then fine but my experience of particularly city centre bars is often it is just a different building and often not as spacious and airy as the spoons outlet. Other things I like about them is the app I have eaten in the centre of London where nearly every table is taken and still received my food and drink quickly without having to visit the bar it really is a great innovation. I also find their choice of beers excellent I tend to drink lager and the choice and quality is always spot on and round here you only pay around £2.49 for a pint.The opening hours are also spot on and they stick to them unlike many pubs now that seem to open and shut when they feel like it particularly at quiet times.The food is ok yes its not brilliant but again for that market you can easily pay double for similar meals.If I want a quick bite to eat they are perfect if I want a treat then I will go elsewhere. Over the years they have continued to improve with innovations like the app and a large choice of alcohol free drinks for what is the fastest growing market. I guess the main thing I like is no matter what I buy I never feel like I have been ripped off and can usually find a seat and enjoy a drink meal and good banter with friends. As long as they continue to keep changing overtime they will continue to be successful as they appeal to such a wide range of customers you only have to look how many now copy them, usually not as well.This virus could be the final nail in the coffin for some pubs and bars who have been struggling before which is sad but will ultimately strengthen JDW's position.At present the share price may have got a little ahead of itself but in the long term I still think they will trade well above here. imo. Have a great weekend all and stay safe.
30/3/2020
12:34
essentialinvestor: Just for some context re the share price, current share price levels look near December 2016 prices. Does that represent great value?. If your view is very long term, perhaps it does. However even when pubs reopen we are facing a tough 2/3 years for the wider economy?.
13/3/2020
15:38
glenowen: Blinking eck - less that £10, time to buy? Not just yet, in my opinion. Long-term debt is £777m, per last full year Balance Sheet, so hardly "very little". However, much of that debt has been incurred by the company itself to buy back shares, thereby increasing the stated "returns per share" I.e. EPS etc.Quite a shrewd strategy, I believe, but the perils of the relatively high debt levels should not be overlooked in the present conditions - look at Cineworld as an example of a company being brought to its knees by ludicrously high levels of debt/over-ambitious management.JDW has always been prudently managed - e.g. tiny dividend paid every year to free up capital for investment in pubs - and has a very bright future, in my opinion, unlike Cineworld. I fully intend to invest more, to take advantage of the share price crash. But I think it is too soon, yet. If the Govt. decides that public gatherings are to be severely restricted like in Italy, I can see JDW falling further.They are already in "bargain" territory - given the long-term outlook - but I suspect they might be an even bigger bargain in a few weeks time. I will fill my boots then.
12/3/2020
13:21
glenowen: Surprisingly low volumes, despite the crash in the share price. Can't be many shareholders selling then. A possible positive sign?The price is certainly getting to the stage where I am sorely tempted to buy more. But I suspect that the bottom hasn't been reached just yet.
23/7/2019
11:16
maywillow: There certainly seems a strong correlation with the jdw share price , profits rise and brexit after all the pub is a home grown british institution Https://www.marketscreener.com/J-D-WETHERSPOON-PLC-9590143/charts/ HAS THE share price REALLY DOUBLED SINCE BREXIT REFERENDUM cheers
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