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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 Shares Traded Last Trade
  23.00 0.9% 2,579.00 1,891,924 16:35:28
Bid Price Offer Price High Price Low Price Open Price
2,566.00 2,568.00 2,639.00 2,560.00 2,639.00
Industry Sector Turnover (m) Profit (m) EPS - Basic PE Ratio Market Cap (m)
Travel & Leisure 1,703.40 58.20 21.10 122.2 5,210
Last Trade Time Trade Type Trade Size Trade Price Currency
18:11:05 O 2,421 2,581.597 GBX

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 JUPITER UK GROWTH INVESTMENT TRUST PLC 4.80% 2022-06-27

Whitbread (WTB) Discussions and Chat

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Date Time Title Posts
27/6/202210:35WHITBREAD - chairman buys @1217p/shr1,933
26/6/202213:5806-11-01 Whitbread stake building???25
15/12/202008:17WTB - please ignore mucking around-
22/6/202015:58Whitbread rights application delayed in post1
22/6/202015:52Mr1

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2022-06-27 17:11:122,581.602,42162,500.46O
2022-06-27 17:08:372,588.422,67769,292.08O
2022-06-27 17:04:592,579.392,29759,248.52O
2022-06-27 17:04:592,579.3940010,317.55O
2022-06-27 17:04:322,594.3993924,361.28O
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Whitbread (WTB) Top Chat Posts

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27/6/2022
09:20
Whitbread Daily Update: Whitbread Plc is listed in the Travel & Leisure sector of the London Stock Exchange with ticker WTB. The last closing price for Whitbread was 2,556p.
Whitbread Plc has a 4 week average price of 2,480p and a 12 week average price of 2,480p.
The 1 year high share price is 3,465p while the 1 year low share price is currently 2,384p.
There are currently 202,013,826 shares in issue and the average daily traded volume is 748,651 shares. The market capitalisation of Whitbread Plc is £5,209,936,572.54.
26/6/2022
13:55
bountyhunter: That's what I thought and topped up on the back of it. Also the Directors clearly believe the prospects are good looking at their share purchases some of which are in the header, not to mention the ever present possibility of a takeover. We even have dividends restored now with 34.7p/share payable in just a few days time on 1 July.
16/6/2022
09:46
philanderer: SocGen cuts Whitbread price target to 2,790 (3,620) pence - 'hold'
15/6/2022
10:16
philanderer: JPMorgan raises Whitbread price target to 4,150 (4,000) pence - 'overweight'
13/6/2022
14:22
bountyhunter: I would be surprised if this is not taken over at some point (unless the price rises significantly) with Costa sold off and the pandemic seemingly now largely out of the way in the West at least.
06/6/2022
19:02
m_kerr: occupancy is now above pre pandemic levels. total LFL last year down 15% but that included shut downs and the omicron panic. there's up to around £5-6bn of property here, potentially worth more in alternative use. at the current price you can borrow the whole purchase price against the property. at the moment their rivals include the likes of travelodge who ripped off their landlords during covid and run a highly leveraged balance sheet, on a fully leasehold model. here by contrast, you have up to £6bn of property, no net financial debt, and the leading brand in the market. WTB is a very attractive asset IMV. UK holiday parks are in a frenzy of m&a, driven by the staycation trend and freehold property underpinning. the labour and cost squeeze will hit weaker competitors 10 times harder than a pretty well run, well capitalised business like WTB. the current share price is fully underpinned by property, and they should be able to generate £400m+ EBIT once the results aren't obscured by the costa one offs and lockdowns. this reminds me of morrisons. this will offer solid risk adjusted returns as a standalone entity, with the prospect of a takeover premium.
26/5/2022
16:55
bountyhunter: up 89p today plus the 34.5p in the bag, not a bad day for WTB holders :)
12/1/2022
12:04
commuter10: 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?
07/1/2022
14:28
philanderer: 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
26/10/2021
11:11
philanderer: 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
16/5/2021
11:57
bountyhunter: Thanks for posting that link dd. Clickable: Https://www.morningstar.co.uk/uk/news/212223/stock-of-the-week-whitbread.aspx From the above.. "With restaurants set to re-open from Monday, we asked our Twitter followers to nominate a listed food chain as stock of the week. They’ve chosen the first item on the menu, Whitbread (WTB), which owns the likes of Beefeater and Brewer’s Fayre restaurants. After the latest winter lockdown, England has been slowly re-opening in recent months, with pub and restaurant goers able to eat and drink outside from April 12 but only do so inside from May 17." Also there is the Staycation factor seen to be a plus for the Premier Inn hotel chain. We could see a rise in the WTB share price tomorrow as long as vaccinations continue to appear to be effective against the Indian Covid variant.
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