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WTB Whitbread Plc

3,059.00
-26.00 (-0.84%)
19 Apr 2024 - Closed
Delayed by 15 minutes
Share Name Share Symbol Market Type Share ISIN Share Description
Whitbread Plc LSE:WTB London Ordinary Share GB00B1KJJ408 ORD 76 122/153P
  Price Change % Change Share Price Bid Price Offer Price High Price Low Price Open Price Shares Traded Last Trade
  -26.00 -0.84% 3,059.00 3,077.00 3,078.00 3,090.00 3,031.00 3,055.00 635,198 16:35:12
Industry Sector Turnover Profit EPS - Basic PE Ratio Market Cap
Hotels And Motels 2.64B 278.8M 1.4465 21.28 5.93B
Whitbread Plc is listed in the Hotels And Motels sector of the London Stock Exchange with ticker WTB. The last closing price for Whitbread was 3,085p. Over the last year, Whitbread shares have traded in a share price range of 3,031.00p to 3,714.00p.

Whitbread currently has 192,736,972 shares in issue. The market capitalisation of Whitbread is £5.93 billion. Whitbread has a price to earnings ratio (PE ratio) of 21.28.

Whitbread Share Discussion Threads

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DateSubjectAuthorDiscuss
03/10/2021
09:44
Looking good despite wider market.
Makes you wonder if this could be bid for

gswredland
01/10/2021
16:25
People always need a good kip
netcurtains
01/10/2021
12:25
Yes, solid performance today. Premier Inn must be doing well.
philanderer
01/10/2021
12:07
Whitbread seems to be shrugging off Wetherspoons figures
netcurtains
28/9/2021
16:38
Header tidied up.
bountyhunter
28/9/2021
15:21
Temporary Problem hopefully. Oil rices up to $80 a barrel now as Russia squeezes the market.
commuter10
28/9/2021
14:31
But I don't get why WTB is down today after such a strong day yesterday unless profit taking? What has changed, I can't think of anything except for the wider market which has now recovered and is flat? See the top right where I've added the FTSE 100 level.
bountyhunter
28/9/2021
13:35
Especially if they produce gas as well, e.g.

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bountyhunter
28/9/2021
12:08
Small oilers seem to be in vogue
netcurtains
28/9/2021
11:34
B*ll*xed this morning along with nearly all my portfolio.
philanderer
27/9/2021
15:48
Up today at 3445 just before Market Close. Be intersting to see how far we can Go.
Certainly cooking on Gas Now!

commuter10
27/9/2021
12:52
Interesting Comment Bounty as I'm looking to visit Wemouth early October & The Premier Inn there which has over 300 rooms I think ispretty full & Charging about £340 for 3 Nights! Breakfast extra £12.50 unless a Shareholder. High Room rate & occupancy which = Higher Profits = Higher dividends!
commuter10
27/9/2021
08:53
Directors have been buying throughout this year, we are beginning to see why. Premier Inn has to be one of the most trusted brands in the sector which is a huge bonus as we slowly and gradually emerge from the pandemic. I have been unable to book Premier Inn on a few occasions over the last couple of months due to being fully booked which I don't recall happening other than on very rare occasions before the pandemic. Onwards and upwards from here is my view!
bountyhunter
27/9/2021
08:30
Interesting to note that some Americans are travelling to the UK now.
netcurtains
24/9/2021
13:00
Thanks for the update. Doesn't seem right not brewing! Like Guinness only selling chocolate. But times change..
wad collector
24/9/2021
07:48
Welcome back after your 20 year break! Whitbread is a very different beast now, but well placed for the long term I think. No longer a brewer, WTB got into the coffee game nice and early with Costa, but sold that in 2019. Pretty good timing, just as the frothy coffee market started to saturate and top-out. Now a mid-market hotelier with associated restaurants, just as tourists are looking for value, and business traveller expenses are squeezed towards "good enough", and away from expensive. The BoD is making some wise calls. This will do very nicely on a 5 to 10 year horizon. Free breakfast for shareholders too :)
dig and sell
23/9/2021
20:52
Taking a long term view, is the market so changed that Whitbread won't return to its former glories? It has survived Covid , even if Covid has some more googlies to throw at us , and at some point surely will be paying out solid dividends again? I may be wrong , just come back to Whitbread after a 20 yr break, and I haven't really followed it in the meantime. My simplistic view is that some companies have gone under with covid but those that aren't crippled with debt are likely to eventually recover.
I am a bit puzzled by the BB title ; did he get a good deal or is this a very old thread!

wad collector
21/9/2021
09:36
Premier Inn continues to rise. I guess still on the back of less and less flying restrictions - now including the USA
netcurtains
18/9/2021
20:23
I think we are onto a winner here, staycations and higher prices will have meant high occupancy levels which will no doubt be reflected in the bottom line. Premier Inn's strong brand will have made them a hotel of choice as we have begun to struggle out of the pandemic.
The directors certainly seem to have been thinking like that as they have been piling in - see the top of this thread.

bountyhunter
18/9/2021
08:11
Travel rules and Premier Inn.
As the new rules have relaxed the entry requirements into
the UK we should expect to see more tourists
use Premier Inn.

netcurtains
17/9/2021
08:03
August food & drink sales doing well.
netcurtains
13/9/2021
17:27
Added a few more today taking it into the top 10 of my holdings by value.
philanderer
12/9/2021
10:28
Whitbread no.3
bountyhunter
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