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Mitchells & Butlers Share Price (MAB)



Share Price Information for Mitchells & Butlers (MAB)


Share Price: 380.10Bid: 380.20Ask: 381.30Change: 6.40 (+1.71%)Riser - Mitchells & But
Spread: 1.10Spread as %: 0.29%Open: 372.00High: 380.10Low: 371.60Yesterday’s Close: 373.70
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Mitchells & Butlers Plc Ord 8 13/24P

Mitchells & Butlers is listed in the FTSE 250, FTSE All-Share, FTSE 350, FTSE 350 Low Yield
Mitchells & Butlers is part of the Travel & Leisure sector




Intraday Mitchells & Butlers Share Chart


Intraday Mitchells & Butlers Share Price Chart


Share Price SpacerPrice
380.10

Share Price SpacerBid
380.20

Share Price SpacerAsk
381.30

Share Price SpacerChange
1.71%6.40

Share Price SpacerVolume
173,537

Share Price SpacerOpen
372.00

Share Price SpacerHigh
380.10

Share Price SpacerLow
371.60

Share Price SpacerClose
373.70

Share Price SpacerCurrency
GBX

3 Month Mitchells & Butlers Share Graph


3 Month Mitchells & Butlers Share Price Graph


Currency Issue Country Shares in Issue Market Capitalisation Market Size
GBX GB 411.82m £1,565.32m 5,000

52 Week High 494.90 52 Week High Date 7-MAR-2014
52 Week Low 369.10 52 Week Low Date 10-JUL-2014

# Trades Vol. Sold Vol. Bought PE Ratio Earnings Dividend Yield
442 99,023 74,514 11.553 32.90 0.00 0.00


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Date
Time
Trade Prc
Volume
Buy/Sell
Bid
Ask
Value
 

29-Jul-14
15:31:13
380.10
100
Buy* 
379.60
380.10
380.10
Trade Type:
Automatic execution

29-Jul-14
15:31:13
380.10
227
Buy* 
379.60
380.10
862.83
Trade Type:
Automatic execution

29-Jul-14
15:30:24
379.90
82
Buy* 
379.50
379.90
311.52
Trade Type:
Automatic execution


*Buys and Sells are calculated on the difference between the trade price and the current mid price. As such, they can occasionally be incorrect.

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Directors Deals for Mitchells & Butlers (MAB)
Trade DateActionNotifierPriceCurrencyAmountHolding
25-Jul-14Buy
Trade Notifier Information for Mitchells & Butlers
Timothy (Tim) Charles Jones held the position of Finance Director at Mitchells & Butlers at the time of this trade.
 Timothy (Tim) Charles Jones
377.9GBX3,00024578
04-Jul-14Buy
Trade Notifier Information for Mitchells & Butlers
Timothy (Tim) Charles Jones held the position of Finance Director at Mitchells & Butlers at the time of this trade.
 Timothy (Tim) Charles Jones
400.1GBX290
26-Jun-14Buy
Trade Notifier Information for Mitchells & Butlers
Alistair W Darby held the position of CEO at Mitchells & Butlers at the time of this trade.
 Alistair W Darby
389.7GBX9230
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Date/Time
Author
Subject
Share Price
Opinion
30 May '14
Togglebrush
Acquisition Talks
424.00
No Opinion

Talks of possible acquisition in RNS Orchid Group, which owns the Great British Cavery chain among others, is headquartered in St Albans and has been owned by the real estate arm of Deutsche Bank since 2012 following a restructure which saw the exit of previous owner, private equity firm GI Partners. In 2012, it posted sales of £178 million but a pre-tax loss of £12 million. Local pub company. Born on June 25th 2006, the sixth-largest managed pub and restaurant company in the UK, with over 5,000 employees nationwide. The company is led by CEO Rufus Hall. ‘ Ovver 240 pubs and restaurants across seven concepts: ‘ •Free House Dining o Family-friendly pubs known for value where quality and service are standard. o Our brand new concept “All-Inn’s” is leading our investment strategy in this segment of the market •Carveries o Re-inventing the Great British favourite through quality fresh food, British produce and meats, modern design, excellent staff and a commitment to attention to detail. •Pizza Kitchen Bars o An eclectic mix of bars and pubs offering delicious fresh pizza, handmade each day with our special dough, and combining great cocktails, DJs and live music. •Do Drop Inn’s o Proper pubs with quality award winning cask ales, classic British food, a landlord who knows your name and favourite drink and all sorts of community events. •Independent Local o Pubs that aims to be at the heart of their community, with excellent food, a wide range of drinks, Sky Sports and pool tables. •Dragons o A unique combination of exotic Thai restaurants and the great British pub, both under one roof. •The Oriental Restaurant Group o The best fresh Oriental restaurants in London.
2 Dec '13
Callum28
Alistair Darby communication
413.30
No Opinion

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=UtCD2l7qsCY Our Year End Results: five minute video - engaging 38,000 employees across M&B
26 Nov '13
Essexorcist
Strong RNS
424.80
No Opinion

Nice to see some upward movement here. GLA
1 Nov '13
jange
MAB
406.50
No Opinion

So it comes down to the share rating and, with a forward PE ratio of only 11 times Numis' earnings forecasts for 2013-14, Mitchells & Butlers has the second lowest multiple in the sector, and well below the average of 14. So investors should get their reward for showing patience with a riskier-than-average investment.........As always dyor and good luck.
1 Nov '13
jange
MAB
406.50
No Opinion

The state of the company's pension fund could also be set to improve. Although the fund's deficit (as defined by accounting standards) has nearly doubled year-on-year to £100m, the trend is for deficits to narrow as equity markets recover and interest rates on government bonds rise. If the pension hole closes faster than previously predicted, that could free up some of the £40m-a-year contributions that Mitchells is making to that end. In addition, it would bring a restoration of dividends closer. City analysts expect the resumption of payouts next year (see table), which could boost the share price. The persistent bear point with M&B is that the company has had its share of boardroom strife over the past few years, with big investors - in particular ex-currency trader Joe Lewis - willing to push their weight around. On the bright side, the past year has seen an outbreak of boardroom peace and new chief executive Alistair Darby has been left to run the business without distractions in his first year. Obviously, the debt issue hasn't disappeared, but Mitchells is unlikely to need a re-financing until 2017, and its repayment schedule stretches out to 2030.
1 Nov '13
jange
MAB
406.50
No Opinion

Pub companies have had a well-documented hangover after years of over-expansion and too much borrowing. However, it would be a shame to allow the sector's past woes to get in the way of buying potential bargains, and the often strife-torn Mitchells & Butlers (MAB) pubco is such an opportunity if it can maintain its operational improvements. Mitchells does not need that much to go right for its own performance to improve. For example, its programme of operational improvements - including streamlining IT, refurbishing pubs and managing its menus better - has kept earnings growing, despite forecasts that like-for-like sales in 2013 will remain flat. The best that analysts at stockbroker Numis Securities can come up with is that like-for-like sales will nudge up by around 0.4 per cent. However, the process of gradually improving its pubs estate, rather than going hell for leather for growth, could contribute to a 9 per cent increase in Mitchells' earnings, the broker believes. That's impressive given the unpromising backdrop to trade and suggests that Mitchells has significant potential for operational gearing to boost profits as its improvement programme gathers momentum. Although M&B has been adding pubs to its portfolio - it aims to open 30 next year - it is restrained by its debt burden. At least this is stable - it has remained steady at £1.8bn for the past 12 months, and City analysts assume that whatever expansion occurs from now on will be financed from Mitchells' cash flow, rather than new debt. The company plans a roll-out of around 50 pubs in 2015 and the plan seems to be to use moderate expansion to drive profits, rather than aggressive pricing or marketing to push up like-for-like sales. This is sensible, but it does mean that Mitchells will continue to lag the better performing pubs operators for some while

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