6P8.F - Pets at Home Group Plc

Frankfurt - Frankfurt Delayed price. Currency in EUR
2.5860
+0.0060 (+0.23%)
At close: 3:52PM CEST
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Previous close2.5800
Open2.5480
Bid2.5660 x 300000
Ask2.6380 x 290000
Day's range2.5820 - 2.5940
52-week range1.1890 - 2.6880
Volume1,022
Avg. volume664
Market cap1.271B
Beta (3Y monthly)0.62
PE ratio (TTM)27.22
EPS (TTM)0.0950
Earnings dateN/A
Forward dividend & yield0.08 (3.19%)
Ex-dividend date2019-06-13
1y target estN/A
  • Why We’re Not Impressed By Pets at Home Group Plc’s (LON:PETS) 4.7% ROCE
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  • Reuters - UK Focus

    UPDATE 2-Pets at Home sees upbeat profit as demand for pet food, vet services rise

    British pet supplies retailer Pets at Home Group Plc said on Friday it expected full-year underlying profit to be slightly above current market estimates on higher demand for its pet food and vet services. Pets at Home shares rose as much as 6.5% to 229.6 pence at 0747 GMT, their highest in over 2-1/2 years, after the company also reported a 9.9% rise in revenue during the 16 weeks ended July 18, with retail revenue rising 8.7%. The company's upbeat profit view and strong results are a bright spot in an otherwise gloomy British retail sector, which has been hit by the rising popularity of online shopping and Brexit uncertainty.

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    Swedish buyout group EQT to sell stake in pet care group IVC -sources

    STOCKHOLM/FRANKFURT, Feb 11 (Reuters) - Buyout group EQT is set to sell a 20 percent to 25 percent stake in Independent Vetcare Group (IVC) to institutional investors in deal that will value one of Europe's biggest veterinary services providers at over 1.5 billion euros ($1.7 billion), two sources told Reuters. Swedish private equity firm EQT Partners, IVC's controlling investor, is bringing in co-investors and will refinance the company, the sources familiar with the deal said, declining to be named as the process is private. The deal is expected to be announced this week, the sources said, and follows media reports last year that EQT was hoping to sell IVC, which owns about 540 clinics and hospitals across Europe and also operates a successful online pet pharmacy.

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  • Pets at Home may boost stockpiles by £8m in case of hard Brexit
    Sky News

    Pets at Home may boost stockpiles by £8m in case of hard Brexit

    Pets at Home (Frankfurt: A1XFE7 - news) says it is considering spending an extra £8m stockpiling products, including food, in case of a "no-deal" Brexit. Some 17% of its goods come from outside the UK and chief executive Peter Pritchard has previously pledged to ensure families do not run out of food for their pets. It joins other major UK retailers , including Tesco (Frankfurt: 852647 - news) and M&S, in filling warehouse and other storage space in the run-up to Brexit day on 29 March.

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    Sky News

    Pets at Home to stockpile up to £8m of products in case of hard Brexit

    Pets at Home (Frankfurt: A1XFE7 - news) says it is considering spending another £8m stockpiling products, including food, in case of a "no-deal" Brexit. Some 17% of its goods come from outside the UK and chief executive Peter Pritchard has previously pledged to ensure families do not run out of food for their pets. It joins other major UK retailers , including Tesco (Frankfurt: 852647 - news) and M&S, in filling warehouse and other storage space in the run-up to Brexit day on 29 March.

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  • Vet practices face axe under Pets at Home shake-up
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    Vet practices face axe under Pets at Home shake-up

    Hundreds of Pets at Home (Frankfurt: A1XFE7 - news) workers are facing uncertainty after the retailer announced an overhaul involving dozens of its vet practices. It is shaking up its vet practice business after a review of the division identified many sites were under pressure from salary costs - and the fees charged by the Pets at Home parent company. One analyst said a decline in the number of EU vets in the UK was putting pressure on pay.

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  • Reuters - UK Focus

    Pets At Home rethinks vets business strategy as costs climb

    Britain's Pets At Home (Frankfurt: A1XFE7 - news) warned of a drop in full-year profit and the potential closure of dozens of veterinary practices in what amounts to a strategy rethink after first-half pretax profit slid more than 9 percent. The pet care group had touted its push into higher-margin veterinary services as key to growth in the face of declines in its traditional pet food operations. The restructuring will also involve the purchase of 55 of the 470-plus practices it runs as joint ventures with iundependent vets, aiming to increase profitability.

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