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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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06/1/2022
00:28
UBS said IHG was one of its top picks for the year, along with Whitbread (up 0.7 per cent, or 22p, to 3156p) and Paddy Power and Betfair owner Flutter (up 1.8 per cent, or 200p, to 11,835p).


https://www.dailymail.co.uk/money/markets/article-10372429/MARKET-REPORT-Ocado-wins-prize-festive-food-fight.html

philanderer
05/1/2022
10:42
SYME is about to multibag
charlescharliesback
05/1/2022
10:36
Commuter, the cases were doubling albeit from low levels and with a variant that isn't as bad as previous ones. As a result less are being admitted into hospital.

Yes of course if you take it as fact that when the BBC or ITV report from a very busy hospital and splash it all across their screens it will have been handpicked as it suits their anti-Government agenda.

Boris and his advisers know the current state of the hospitals and hence why the decision was made not to go for a further lockdown.

tlobs2
04/1/2022
18:59
The market is looking forwards beyond Omicron. That's why recovery stocks are up today, not because of the situation today or in 2-3wks time. The UK may well be one of the first countries to emerge from the Omicron wave due to high vaccination rates and the likely early peek vs many other countries.
bountyhunter
04/1/2022
17:01
TL I'm really Not sure where you're coming from either.

The cases were doubling every other day before Xmas.

Reporting over Xmas hasn't been complete so not accurate.

I'd love to know where local hospital is as only 25% is either a total one off or totally inaccurate. Most A&E Depts are running at 75%+ & some have closed their doors to admissions. Approx 25% + NHS staff are currently off sick.

Let's look at the Stats end of this week for Xmas then again 7 days later for NYE.

I think we'll all be in for a shock.

It may not be a total shut down but a 2 - 3 week circuit breaker.

I can't see things improving until Feb/March.

commuter10
04/1/2022
13:12
does not seem to make sense or why is WIZZ rocketing today and EZJ doing well too ? surprised me even though in a bull market !
arja
04/1/2022
12:44
Didn't think of that tl but makes sense.
A good day for recovery stocks generally with the stock market looking forwards beyond Omicron.

bountyhunter
04/1/2022
11:39
If Boris was going to lockdown he would have done so in December.

With the vaccination program continuing through the Christmas shutdown period the picture is improving week by week. Thankfully hospitalisation and deaths are significantly lower than they were twelve months ago. Our local A&E is operating at about 25% capacity according to a friend who works there.

I see an easing of restrictions over the next three to four weeks along with a significant reduction in infection rates.

The good news for WTB is that there will be millions forced to take UK Staycations again due to their refusal to be double jabbed. They'll not be flying or sailing anywhere for the foreseeable future ;-)

tlobs2
04/1/2022
09:42
Lockdown may still happen when the Xmas casualty figures are announced later this week then again the week after. It takes 2 weeks for new cases to be reported along with hospital admissions. I think you'll find Boris is playing politics again at present as his popularity rating is so low.
commuter10
04/1/2022
08:29
ADVFN experts eh?

buywell315 Dec '21 - 23:52 - 1847 of 1855


By this weekend we will be approaching 125K cases a day

Nothing short of a Full Lockdown now will prevent hospitals from being overwhelmed before the New Year.



It looks like you wrong buywell.

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Porsche194520 Dec '21 - 09:11 - 1853 of 1855

Weeeeee back to 19 quid.



LMAO - It look like you were completely wrong once again you daft old duffer.

tlobs2
28/12/2021
11:13
I don't think Boris is handling things well re the pandemic however we could see a bit of a relief rally here tomorrow given no more restrictions?
bountyhunter
20/12/2021
10:05
Omnicron should blow over quite quickly given the infection rate imo. It's going to be a tough January but I can see things improving after that. We are in a period of uncertainty right now but when infections start to come down from the peak (and tougher measures over the next few weeks may be needed first) the market is forward looking and I would expect it to rise.
bountyhunter
20/12/2021
09:11
Weeeeee back to 19 quid. Look out for another capital raise around Feb/March for “ market opportunities “. Dilution and more dilution altho nothing compared to whats coming down the track for airline share holders. Time to get back into Zoom and Teladoc. Sterling seems to be back on its one way trip to parity with USD, hard to believe sterling used to be worlds reserve currency, of course back then wheezing fat Boris Bunter and his dregs cabinet were not running the sxxtshow and brexit fiasco.
porsche1945
18/12/2021
15:49
On Thursday Mr Sunak was in California but held a hastily convened call with representatives from business groups and companies including Greene King, Nandos and Whitbread, which owns Premier Inn.


https://www.bbc.co.uk/news/business-59681829

philanderer
16/12/2021
21:29
Buyywell

Disagree. This is down to personal choice. We all know the risks.

If I’m boostered I should be safe. If I’m working from home and no elderly/vulnerable relatives at Xmas, why shouldn’t I go to the pub/restaurant?

It will be deserted anyway!

We are all going to get Omicron so best now when max vaccine immunity.

Also the bulk of the ‘vulnerable217; are the fruitcakes who think Bill Gates in trying to track them and have not been vaccinated. Their choice…

ppceh
16/12/2021
19:56
Chancellor coming back from USA implies
possible tax help for hotels, restaurants etc
So yes they might close, but also yes they might get
a golden backhander from the chancellor.

netcurtains
16/12/2021
19:50
If boris does not close down pubs and restaurants and the like on friday

He can kiss his big fat politically correct @rse goodbye

buywell3
14/12/2021
21:48
Yes and especially for the hospitality sector.
bountyhunter
13/12/2021
23:17
taking a medium term view, WTB will see high wage inflation IMO that will not relent. cheap (eastern) EU labour allowed them to keep wages 'under control', but that lever is no longer available to them. it will be industry wide, but it's something to look out for.

it's something i'd stress test if i was looking more closely at investing here.

m_kerr
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