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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
  0.00 0.0% 2,606.00 2,608.00 2,610.00 - 0.00 00:00:00
Industry Sector Turnover (m) Profit (m) EPS - Basic PE Ratio Market Cap (m)
Travel & Leisure 1,703.4 58.2 21.1 123.5 5,264

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DateSubjectAuthorDiscuss
13/12/2021
06:38
What the lardy @ss part ?

boris acts ----

Plan B for today but what Plan for this coming Friday ?

By friday Omicron will be the dominant strain in London and several other cities

hTtps://www.examinerlive.co.uk/news/local-news/new-covid-rules-coming-week-22440277

buywell3
12/12/2021
21:57
I agree with you for once on that! :)
bountyhunter
10/12/2021
15:33
If you ignore the banks, oil companies and miners, WHITBREAD has about the best NAV relative to its share price in the FTSE 100....

Its possible if the property is revalued soon it might be the highest!

netcurtains
08/12/2021
21:17
Definitely, this should bounce back strongly at some point in the NY imho. Maybe sooner. I'd rather be staying in a Premier Inn where you know they are taking standardized measures against Covid infection than somewhere where Covid measures are uncertain.
bountyhunter
08/12/2021
15:17
Actually this could be a big winner if covid omicron is a damp squid...
netcurtains
08/12/2021
11:00
Its across the board on ftse. I guess correcting yesterdays sharp rise.
netcurtains
08/12/2021
10:52
what happened as stocks like WTB and JDW falling sharply in last 30 minutes ? Must be an adverse report om the virus coming out !
arja
07/12/2021
07:19
Reports from South Africa, where omicron first was spotted, that hospitals haven't been overwhelmed "is fueling some optimism" among traders who sold earlier, said Yeap Jun Rong of IG in a report.

Airlines, cruise lines and other travel companies that stand to gain from avoiding more anti-coronavirus controls advanced after Dr. Anthony Fauci said early indications suggested omicron may be less dangerous than the earlier delta variant.

bountyhunter
02/12/2021
17:37
But on the Up Side there's the Airport Hotel Quarrantine bookings at £2K+ a go.

They need to be in on that piece of action this time.

commuter10
02/12/2021
15:46
LOL - but againat that bottom-feeding investors do like to get all the bad bad news out in the open then the only way is up.
netcurtains
02/12/2021
15:03
'Omicron fears cause wave of hotel cancellations'


Fears about the Omicron Covid variant have led to a raft of cancellations at hotels, with many customers changing their Christmas plans.

Best Western GB, which runs 300 UK hotels, told the BBC that around three-quarters of its hotels had experienced event and room booking cancellations.


https://www.bbc.co.uk/news/business-59506067

philanderer
01/12/2021
14:46
They should do well. That wise old fella from Omaha says a good company at a fair price is better than a fair company at a good price. WTB is a good company at a good price. It might take a few months, perhaps even a few years, for the value to be realised, but it will get there. There is a lot to be said for old fashioned assets such as property and for happy customers who bring repeat business. This is one to buy and hold.
dig and sell
01/12/2021
12:24
Looks like people are "bottom fishing".
netcurtains
30/11/2021
11:27
MAB - Mitchells and Butler chain is now BLUE.
netcurtains
30/11/2021
10:26
Interesting net.. thanks
gswredland
30/11/2021
09:47
LOL - the market definitely does not like staying in Premier Inn.....

I wonder when the last time anyone valued the freehold value of WTB property portfolio?
It has to be worth a bomb.

worth noting the prices directors bought this year:

02/8/21 - Chairman buys £200k @3111p
01/7/21 - Director buys £10k @3143p
24/6/21 - Director buys £32k @3239p
17/2/21 - Chairman buys £100k@3346p

netcurtains
29/11/2021
16:11
If travelodge can do well (and considering my bad experiences .....unclean coffee cups, cigarette butts in cups, hair in bath, generally poor quality cleaning etc......stayed once in Liverpool 8 years ago and then thought I try them again and see if they improved just for another awful experience in Kew 3 years ago) then Premier Inn would surely excel.....at least they'd get repeat business. And their budget chain (zip) is far superior to travelodge even if you don't have a kettle in the room.I would assume a good business that attracts repeat business is a superior business....albeit I haven't the foggiest about their budget sheet
johnsphotopage
29/11/2021
14:24
Read across...


Travelodge revenues get lift from UK staycation trend


Big growth in staycations has helped Travelodge achieve record third-quarter sales, the budget hotel chain has said.

The company, behind 593 hotels, said sales in the three months to September 30 reached £229.5 million, compared to £88.2 million a year earlier when travel restrictions severely hurt the leisure sector. The performance was better than the pre-Covid performance of £208.8 million.

Revenue per room stood at £53.54, an improvement on the two prior years.

Travelodge, owned by GoldenTree Asset Management, Avenue Capital and Goldman Sachs, secured a company voluntary arrangement last year, a move that helps agree rent cuts or closures.


HTTPS://www.standard.co.uk/business/leisure-retail/travelodge-revenues-growth-uk-staycations-b968909.html

philanderer
29/11/2021
13:14
My simple view is that borders closing = more staycations.Plus having stayed at other chain hotels, Premier Inn is soooo much better. Others might be a little cheaper but they aren't as clean or modern
johnsphotopage
28/11/2021
23:58
Could be a bounce tomorrow morning, FTSE futures +40pts at the moment.
philanderer
28/11/2021
11:15
Missed the boat to sale and leaseback the estate, poorly managed by that fat lump Brittain, the share buy back executed at a crazy level was whitbread having all the money coke gave them for the coffee being vaporised, then dilution of shareholders with the capital raise which I doubt will be the last before the covid fiasco is over. This is a classic dross index of the world ( ftse 100 which is at same value as Dec 1999 ) constituent. It’s a really crxp investment. I ll trade as per if it sinks to circa 2200 again but this sort of stuff isn’t an investment any more. Stick to the S&P growth. U.K. for trading and shorting purposes only.
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