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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
  -2.00 -0.07% 3,074.00 34,342 08:46:13
Bid Price Offer Price High Price Low Price Open Price
3,073.00 3,075.00 3,074.00 3,047.00 3,056.00
Industry Sector Turnover (m) Profit (m) EPS - Basic PE Ratio Market Cap (m)
Travel & Leisure 1,703.40 58.20 21.10 145.7 6,210
Last Trade Time Trade Type Trade Size Trade Price Currency
08:46:13 AT 106 3,074.00 GBX

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Date Time Title Posts
27/1/202315:36WHITBREAD - chairman buys @1217p/shr2,040
10/11/202220:5206-11-01 Whitbread stake building???28
15/12/202008:17WTB - please ignore mucking around-
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Posted at 27/1/2023 15:36 by philanderer
A ‘blue-sky̵7; Whitbread could hit £80, says Shore


Shore Capital believes Whitbread (WTB) shares could more than double as the Premier Inn owner continues to build momentum.

Analyst Greg Johnson retained his ‘buy’ recommendation and a ‘fair value’ target price of £44 on the company whose strong trading statement earlier this month showed a 14.9% rise in like-for-like group sales over pre-Covid levels.

Johnson increased his full-year 2023 profit before tax estimate by £47m to £391m after Whitbread’s ‘excellent third quarter’. The shares have advanced over 14% to £30.65 in the New Year rally but are up just 2% in the past year.

‘With booking trends strong, and several ongoing supportive factors, we see our assumptions of a modest decline in profitability next year as conservatively set,’ he said.

‘We see the higher profit base and continued momentum increasing pressure for enhanced shareholder returns – £1bn over the next three years – while underpinning our property valuation argument.’

Johnson said while the ‘fair value’ is set at £44, the group could achieve a ‘blue-sky valuation of over £80 per share on a fully built-out UK and Germany’.


citywire.com

Posted at 19/1/2023 08:25 by dig and sell
So, in summary, one bank thinks WTB is going up, one thinks it is going down and another thinks it will stand still. I predict that one of them will be right!! Honestly, brokers are worse than useless.
Posted at 18/1/2023 10:24 by philanderer
Bank of America cuts Whitbread to 'underperform' (buy) - price target 3,100 (3,300) pence

Deutsche Bank raises Whitbread target to 3,530 (3,100) pence - 'buy'


Oddo BHF cuts Whitbread to 'neutral' (outperform)

Posted at 16/1/2023 12:33 by tlobs2
I'd be happy with a more modest long term improvements in the share price over the next two or three years to 5,000p with a few special dividends thrown in on the way ;-)
Posted at 13/1/2023 13:24 by bountyhunter
Yes PI hotels have been heavily booked even at the higher prices which still represent good value compared to the competition. This recovery in the share price is long overdue, plenty of catching up to do yet! Imho
Posted at 13/1/2023 11:46 by philanderer
UBS raises Whitbread price target to 3,750 (3,505) pence - 'buy'

SocGen raises Whitbread price target to 3,150 (2,790) pence - 'hold'

Barclays raises Whitbread price target to 3,750 (3,500) pence - 'overweight'

Bernstein raises Whitbread price target to 2,985 (2,700) pence - 'market-perform'

Jefferies raises Whitbread price target to 3,500 (3,000) pence - 'buy'

Posted at 05/12/2022 17:59 by bondholder
This share has been an absolute dog for the last three years. Hopefully the improvement in trading will start to impact the share price soon.
Posted at 25/10/2022 08:31 by bili1
Other than the share price response Phil!
Posted at 06/6/2022 18:02 by 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.

Posted at 16/5/2021 10:57 by 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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