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Share Price Information for Whitbread (WTB)


Share Price: 4,500.00Bid: 4,496.00Ask: 4,499.00Change: 0.00 (0.00%)No Movement on Whitbread
Spread: 3.00Spread as %: 0.07%Open: 4,477.00High: 4,500.00Low: 4,465.00Yesterday’s Close: 4,500.00

Whitbread Plc Ord 76 122/153P

Whitbread is listed in the FTSE 100, FTSE All-Share, FTSE 350, FTSE 350 Low Yield
Whitbread is part of the Tourism and Leisure sector

Formed in 1742. Part of the Leisure/hospitality industry. Headquarters Houghton Regis, UK. Revenue £2,921million (2016) and 50,000 employees. Divisions: Beefeater, Brewers Fayre, Costa Coffee, Premier Inn, Table Table.





Share Price SpacerPrice
4500.00
Share Price SpacerBid
4496.00
Share Price SpacerAsk
4499.00
Share Price SpacerChange
0%0.00
Share Price SpacerVolume
674,115
Share Price SpacerOpen
4,477.00
Share Price SpacerHigh
4,500.00
Share Price SpacerLow
4,465.00
Share Price SpacerClose
4,500.00
Share Price SpacerCurrency
GBX


Currency Issue Country Shares in Issue Market Capitalisation Market Size
GBX GB 173.86m £7,823.63m 500

52 Week High 5,162.00 52 Week High Date 3-APR-2019
52 Week Low 3,870.00 52 Week Low Date 2-AUG-2018

# Trades Vol. Sold Vol. Bought PE Ratio Earnings Dividend Yield
4,530 264,213 384,216 2.205 2,040.80 102.45 2.28


London South East Users info for Whitbread


Users who watch WTB also watch: Lloyds, Tesco, Vodafone, BP, Barclays, Glaxosmithkline, RBS, BT, National Grid, Aviva

Users who hold WTB also hold: Vodafone, Lloyds, BP, Glaxosmithkline, Tesco, National Grid, Aviva, HSBC, BT, Taylor Wimpey


Date
Time
Trade Prc
Volume
Buy/Sell
Bid
Ask
Value
 

25-Jun-19
17:31:44
4,500.00
1,100
Buy* 
4,496.00
4,499.00
49.50k
Trade Type:
Ordinary
Delayed publication

25-Jun-19
17:31:44
4,500.00
1,100
Buy* 
4,496.00
4,499.00
49.50k
Trade Type:
Ordinary
Delayed publication

25-Jun-19
17:42:19
4,481.158
52
Sell* 
4,496.00
4,499.00
2,330
Trade Type:
Ordinary




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Directors Deals for Whitbread (WTB)
Trade DateActionNotifierPriceCurrencyAmountHolding
28-Feb-19Buy
Trade Notifier Information for Whitbread
Frank Fiskers held the position of Non-Executive Director at Whitbread at the time of this trade.
 Frank Fiskers
4857GBX610610
25-Feb-19Sell
Trade Notifier Information for Whitbread
Louise Smalley held the position of Group Human Resources Director at Whitbread at the time of this trade.
 Louise Smalley
4892GBX7,92330000
25-Feb-19Sell
Trade Notifier Information for Whitbread
Louise Smalley held the position of Group Human Resources Director at Whitbread at the time of this trade.
 Louise Smalley
4891GBX3,31330000
View more Whitbread directors dealings >>


marineville
Posts: 10,992
Opinion:No Opinion
Price:4,510.00
ask yourself why did ceo and hubby
Thu 12:52
sell over £500k of shares a couple of months back?

i seriously doubt it was because they had some 'urgent' family business to attend to... more like they saw that £50 was the high point...

never trust an sp when the CEO (and family) sell out.

from world class asset to supporting weak sp on bed and breakfast biz... they've become the seaside landladies of the ftse.
skier1
Posts: 3,609
Opinion:No Opinion
Price:4,595.00
RE: Q1 Report
19 Jun '19
Yup, Whitbread has become yet another slowmotion car-crash, like Tesco, M&S, Jaguar, etc. If you're shrinking in the good times, you will collapse in the bad times. When the next UK / EU recession arrives, in 2020 or 2021, Premier Inn will slump. Not even Lenny Henry will be able to stop it. They should never have sold Costa. People are addicted to coffee and caffeine and always come back for more. Cheap hotel beds, not so much.
Uncle_Doug
Posts: 116
Opinion:No Opinion
Price:4,565.00
RE: Q1 Report
19 Jun '19
Awful results. Q1 sales down 5% even though economy growing and unemployment at record lows. Been wasting their money buying back shares at higher price than they are now. Should never have sold Costa. With airbnb gaining popularity hotels are in trouble. SELL
50glass
Posts: 932
Opinion:No Opinion
Price:4,548.00
Q1 Report
19 Jun '19
Whilst there are short-term headwinds, the longer-term continues to look good. Premier Inn enjoys the best rating amongst hotel users.
R1CHARDO
Posts: 702
Opinion:Strong Sell
Price:4,543.00
WTF WTB
19 Jun '19
I have been a loyal Premier Inn customer for years but very seldom now stay in their hotels. Their kids go free offer usually means noisy rooms with thumping footsteps from above, badly behaved children in the bar until late at night and the cleaning staff have to work extra hard to get the rooms back to standard. The restaurant menu is unappealing to older people too rich and spicy, and the cost cutting programme which their CEO appears to be so proud of means so few staff that customers wait for everything. I also suspect prisons have less worn out towels.
I think this will be the first of several profit warnings. Their offering just doesn't appeal to those of us who used to stay, and much more importantly spend money in the restaurant and bar. Sell
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Whitbread Plc Ord 76 122/153P home pageWebsite: Whitbread Plc Ord 76 122/153P
Website Description: Formed in 1742. Part of the Leisure/hospitality industry. Headquarters Houghton Regis, UK. Revenue £2,921million (2016) and 50,000 employees. Divisions: Beefeater, Brewers Fayre, Costa Coffee, Premier Inn, Table Table.



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