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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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10/2/2022
17:14
onwards and upwards, breaking out to the upside :)
bountyhunter
09/2/2022
16:14
Regardless of the politics and the science it's looking like very good news for Premier Inn and therefore Whitbread.

We really could be on a roll from here especially given the UK focus of Premier Inn with Europe and most of the rest of the world seemingly behind the UK pandemic wise.

bountyhunter
09/2/2022
16:11
Don’t forget the 95% of the population that want and need the country to be back open again
citytilidie
09/2/2022
15:27
bountyhunter, spot on.
philanderer
09/2/2022
13:57
A strong day for recovery shares.
Boris pledging to lift all remaining Covid restrictions a month early must have helped, although that's clearly just another move to placate the backbenchers!

bountyhunter
01/2/2022
17:25
on the roll now finally.
sundial1
01/2/2022
16:57
on the roll now finally.
sundial1
01/2/2022
12:10
Britannia has been named the UK's worst large hotel chain by Which? for the ninth year running.

It scored just two out of five stars for cleanliness, and its bathrooms received just one star, with the consumer champion saying that one guest found ‘stains everywhere’ in their Britannia room.

Topping the list was Premier Inn, which has more than 800 hotels throughout the UK and an average room price of just £66. Customers were particularly impressed by their king-sized beds and the selection between firm or soft pillows.


https://www.dailymail.co.uk/travel/travel_news/article-10460187/Britannia-named-UKs-worst-hotel-chain-NINTH-year-running-Premier-Inn-No1.html

philanderer
27/1/2022
22:25
seems to be side tracking when will it shoot.
sundial1
18/1/2022
11:50
MarketBeat

Whitbread (LON:WTB)'s stock had its "buy" rating reiterated by research analysts at Citigroup in a research report issued to clients and investors on Monday, PriceTargets.com reports. They presently have a GBX 3,770 ($51.17) target price on the stock. Citigroup's price target suggests a potential upside of 19.53% from the company's previous close.

www.marketbeat.com/instant-alerts/lon-wtb-a-buy-or-sell-right-now-2022-01-2/

bountyhunter
18/1/2022
11:47
Whitbread well placed for FY23, says Peel Hunt as it repeats ‘buy’ rating

Https://proactiveinvestors.co.uk/companies/amp/news/970628

bountyhunter
18/1/2022
11:33
Thanks guys
gswredland
17/1/2022
14:56
I also saw the Buy recommendation via MSN.
commuter10
17/1/2022
10:39
CITIGROUP RAISES WHITBREAD PRICE TARGET TO 3,770 (3,640) PENCE - 'BUY'
philanderer
13/1/2022
14:24
Further growth to come at Whitbread, says eToro


Premier Inn owner Whitbread (WTB) faces ongoing setbacks from the pandemic but eToro believes there is further growth to come this year.

The group said demand had been hit over the Christmas period due to the emergence of omicron and warned of surging cost inflation this year.

Analyst Mark Crouch said: ‘WhitbreadR17;s story at the moment is really a tale of two countries.

‘While the UK business had a relatively strong third quarter, its German business is being hampered by local lockdown restrictions, which are expected to be in place for the rest of the winter.’

He added: ‘Looking forward, it is difficult to determine at this point what the softening demand over Christmas will do to full-year sales, but we are expecting further growth in the next financial year, barring any further restrictions in both the UK and Germany.’

Shares in Whitbread fell 1.8%, or 57p, to £31.42 on Wednesday.

citywire.com

However, Crouch said after a tough two years, the group is ‘showing real signs of recovery in the UK, its main market’.

philanderer
12/1/2022
14:34
Happy to hold :-)


'Premier Inn owner reports Omicron hit to bookings and says it will put up room rates as costs surge'

Whitbread maintains its guidance that, while Omicron has muddied the waters somewhat in recent weeks, it expects to see sales at its UK hotels fully recover this year.


HTTPS://news.sky.com/story/premier-inn-owner-sees-hotel-recovery-but-challenging-time-for-pubs-and-restaurants-12514111

philanderer
12/1/2022
12:04
Omnicron should subside from after this coming wk/end ( 2 weeks after NYE ). Hopefully, things will start going back to normal very gradually as long as another horrid strain doesn't appear from nowhere. Half - Term Feb then Easter In April. Full steam ahead & share price pick up fingers crossed. Maybe worth looking at other hospitality shares that are underpriced?
commuter10
12/1/2022
11:42
And Omicron to subside, but that should happen sooner rather than later, surely most people will have had either the booster or Omicron or both before too much longer! Fortunately the market looks ahead and at least you know with the Premier Inn brand that precautions are taken across their estate to mitigate against Covid whereas you don't really know what you are going to get in that respect with many of the alternatives.
bountyhunter
12/1/2022
11:26
Nice to have some Good News for a Change. All looks pretty positive & plenty of Staycation business to be had. All we need now isfor the weather to play ball!
commuter10
12/1/2022
08:25
They can charge more in Germany.

With Costa sold this becomes a potential target especially given today's impressive results beating pre-lockdown figures.

The market seems to have received them well.

bountyhunter
12/1/2022
07:53
Going into Germany is going to cost imo

Costa Coffee sale now looks premature

buywell3
12/1/2022
07:48
Continued market outperformance in the UK with Premier Inn total accommodation sales 10.6% ahead of FY20 and like-for-like UK accommodation sales 5.5% ahead. Total UK accommodation sales growth was 14.9pp ahead of the M&E market(1) driven by strong leisure demand and recovering business demand

Up vs pre pandemic FY20 but the share price is around 40% down on where it was in the comparative period.

bountyhunter
11/1/2022
15:43
Q3 trading update tomorrow
philanderer
07/1/2022
14:49
Thanks Phil, very upbeat assessment. I would add a Cautious Approach needed until the Xmas & NYE fall out of cases is handled. Potential pick up from th eend of the month.
commuter10
07/1/2022
14:28
Whitbread well placed for FY23, says Peel Hunt as it repeats ‘buy’ rating


“We believe that the recovery will quickly re-establish itself from early in Whitbread’s new financial year,” the broker said

Whitbread PLC (LSE:WTB) is well placed for the coming financial year, with the worst of the COVID-19 pandemic set to be over by then, according to broker Peel Hunt, which reiterated its ‘buy’ rating and 3,600p target price on the hotel and restaurant group.

“We believe that the recovery will quickly re-establish itself from early in Whitbread’s new financial year”, which starts in March, the broker said in a note.

“WhitbreadR17;s share price has lagged peers since last summer and we expect it to catch up, or for the value of this freehold-backed business to attract a bidder,” it added.

The broker noted that England appears to be resisting imposing further pandemic restrictions and that the Omicron variant of coronavirus seems to be working its way through the population very quickly, which all bodes well for Whitbread.

The group’s Premier Inn hotel business has been impacted by rising costs, particularly labour costs, and although these pressures are set to continue in the new financial year, Premier Inn “will benefit from market leadership, a well-invested estate and a business in Germany that will emerge from COVID-19 materially larger than when it went in”, the broker said.

Last summer, Premier Inn benefitted strongly from the boom in staycation holidays. Peel Hunt said summer 2022 may not be as strong as last year for the hotel group as people head for holidays abroad.

It also said the recovery in international travel may take longer than the domestic recovery.


proactiveinvestors.co.uk

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