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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
  2.00 0.08% 2,586.00 2,588.00 2,590.00 2,600.00 2,578.00 2,583.00 1,561,500 16:35:26
Industry Sector Turnover (m) Profit (m) EPS - Basic PE Ratio Market Cap (m)
Travel & Leisure 1,703.4 58.2 21.1 122.6 5,224

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18/11/2021
09:32
It was champage day yesterday.
redoctober5
18/11/2021
08:40
Beaujolias Day today.
netcurtains
17/11/2021
20:48
I remain confident as well, just a waiting game.
bountyhunter
17/11/2021
19:50
Hopefully 3000p holds chartwise.
philanderer
12/11/2021
12:40
Agreed Net, Xmas if No restrictions reintroduced could be a bonanza for the Company both in U.K. & Germany. Hold your nerve!
commuter10
12/11/2021
11:41
Not the best of weeks :-(
philanderer
11/11/2021
16:22
Disappointing fall today but I am still convinced, over a reasonable period that:
End of covid-19 === rise in Whitbread.

(three equal signs means "The same as" in Java Script)

It's just a waiting game.
At least that is my opinion.
I'm biased as I'm big into this stock.

netcurtains
10/11/2021
12:41
The average price for this share is 4000 going right back to the beginning of 2014 so still an awful long way to go to reach "average".
netcurtains
10/11/2021
09:37
With no lockdown, I suspect quite a few people will take small holidays around Christmas using Premier Inn.
netcurtains
08/11/2021
14:32
UK consumer confidence lowest since March as pessimism rises


Airlines may be in celebratory mood today, but UK consumers are feeling less optimistic.

Pessimism about household finances have dragged down consumer confidence for the third month running, as people judge that their financial situation has deteriorated - and is going to get worse.

This follows rising inflation, surging gas prices, looming tax increases, growing supply chain problems, and the recent fuel shortages.

The latest poll from YouGov and the Centre for Economics and Business Research found that consumer confidence is the lowest since the last Covid-19 lockdown ended this spring.

Confidence about household finances over the next year has taken a sharp dive.


HTTPS://www.theguardian.com/business/live/2021/nov/08/uk-us-flights-resume-travel-ban-markets-crypto-rally-tesla-musk-business-live

philanderer
02/11/2021
13:41
Questor: Premier Inn will only get stronger, so we’ll hold on to its owner

Questor share tip: the owner of the budget hotel chain has the opportunity to take market share in Britain and Germany


https://www.telegraph.co.uk/investing/shares/questor-scope-premier-inn-get-even-stronger-hold-whitbread/

philanderer
01/11/2021
11:00
Whitbread are a holding company for lots of small chains so perhaps they get lots of £100ks?
One for each chain?

netcurtains
01/11/2021
10:55
GOLDMAN RAISES WHITBREAD PRICE TARGET TO 3,900 (3,800) PENCE - 'BUY'
philanderer
27/10/2021
19:30
Capped at one property tho no? Does anyone know the details on this?
dartboard1
27/10/2021
13:02
50% business rates tax cut for hospitality!
bountyhunter
26/10/2021
18:08
Header updated with Interims.
bountyhunter
26/10/2021
12:46
I see the AGM remuneration vote got a special mention, they have had a chat with some large investors about the excessive remuneration apparently.

2021 Annual General Meeting

At the Annual General Meeting on 17 June 2021, 64.25% of votes were cast in favour of the resolution to approve the 2020/21 Remuneration Report. We engaged closely with a number of our large investors in the lead up to that vote and also subsequently, and we believe we have a good understanding of investor sentiment regarding the votes cast against. We will continue to engage constructively with investors on this topic throughout the rest of the year.

spacecake
26/10/2021
10:44
I agree with that. Sitting duck
charlotte2020
26/10/2021
10:43
'Premier Inn owner Whitbread warns of staff shortages as demand recovers'


https://www.bbc.co.uk/news/business-59048014

philanderer
26/10/2021
10:33
These will suffer over the winter, I have called it pretty much bang on with whitbread, its a poorly managed company and these will see 26 over the next few months as covid bites, a buy next spring when less risk and may get a bounce, The epic fail that is brexit starting to hit them tho, trouble hiring, input costs ( wage rises and lunatic levels of U.K. taxation ), parabolic energy costs settled in USD with weak sterling…..tbh they are a trade but not an investment, like rest of dog index of the world ftse 100. And before anyone comes back with a load of defensive drivel these are the same price as they were in 2013, over 8 years ago, and they dont pay a dividend, hardly a blue chip capital return.
porsche1945
26/10/2021
10:17
And a Brexit bonus for employees too!

hxxps://order-order.com/2021/10/26/premier-inn-attributes-rising-wages-to-brexit/

vermilion1966
26/10/2021
10:11
Whitbread could attract bid interest, says Peel Hunt


Whitbread (WTB) is ‘investing through the pain’ which Peel Hunt says could attract the interest of private equity.

Analyst Ivor Jones reiterated his ‘buy’ recommendation and target price of £36 on the owner of the Premier Inn hotel chain, whose share price was up 1.1%, or 34p, at £31.55 on Monday.

‘Whitbread is taking advantage of its strong balance sheet and investing in growth,’ he said.

The group has been refurbishing hotels, added Premier Plus rooms, and continued its expansion in Germany.

‘The long-term value creation is clear and that, plus the asset-backing, could attract private equity interest,’ said Jones.

‘Despite possible short-term challenges from Covid-19 trading disruption, we reiterate our “buy” recommendation.’

Jones said the fly in the ointment could come from rising energy prices, which management is likely to ‘express caution’ around, but he remains ‘positive in relation to the long-term’.

HTTPS://citywire.co.uk/funds-insider/news/expert-view-hsbc-tesco-london-stock-exchange-fever-tree-and-whitbread/a1573117?section=funds-insider&_ga=2.147288497.783810996.1635242804-1023509028.1635242804#i=5

philanderer
26/10/2021
09:42
Happy to hold :-)
philanderer
26/10/2021
07:28
-- The Group retains a strong balance sheet and liquidity position with a cash inflow before debt repayments of GBP106.7m in the half, reflecting the improved trading performance compared to the same period last year. Net cash at the end of H1 was GBP60.2m

Outlook

-- Sales recovery is ahead of expectations, and while a number of uncertainties remain, UK like-for-like RevPAR run rate has the potential to reach full recovery at some point in 2022

-- Confident on the return to pre-pandemic UK profit margins, however we will have to wait to assess speed of recovery once we have greater visibility of longer-term inflation and supply chain pressures

Driving long-term value

-- In the UK, we will continue to grow by leveraging the powerful competitive advantages of our scale, brand, direct distribution, best-in-class operating model, and broad customer reach

-- In Germany, we are expanding at pace, investing in both organic and inorganic growth, and building the Premier Inn brand proposition as we establish a nationwide footprint

-- Whitbread is well-placed to take advantage of the likely accelerated supply contraction in the market and constrained investment amongst independent and budget branded operators in the UK and Germany

-- Our strategy is underpinned by our well-established Force for Good programme, delivering ambitious commitments to operate responsibly and sustainably, and reflecting the positive impact we can make for our employees, customers, suppliers, investors, communities and the environment

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