J00.F - Just Eat plc

Frankfurt - Frankfurt Delayed price. Currency in EUR
9.752
-0.052 (-0.53%)
At close: 8:02AM CEST
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Previous close9.804
Open9.752
Bid9.638 x 300000
Ask9.832 x 300000
Day's range9.752 - 9.752
52-week range6.588 - 10.065
Volume427
Avg. volume91
Market cap6.736B
Beta0.93
PE ratio (TTM)N/A
EPS (TTM)-0.201
Earnings dateN/A
Forward dividend & yieldN/A (N/A)
Ex-dividend dateN/A
1y target estN/A
  • Deliveroo forks out to riders in latest gig economy rights claim
    Sky News24 days ago

    Deliveroo forks out to riders in latest gig economy rights claim

    Deliveroo is to pay a six-figure bill to settle an employment rights battle brought by dozens of ‎its riders, underlining continuing tensions over the treatment of so-called gig economy workers. Sky News has learnt that the food delivery app has agreed to award‎ 50 of its British couriers sums "in the low thousands of pounds" each to settle the claim before it was formally heard at an employment tribunal in London. The settlement includes no admission of liability, according to a source close to Deliveroo, meaning that it is not expected to change the self-employed status of the company's army of riders.

  • Reuters - UK Focus25 days ago

    BUZZ-Just Eat: falls on cautious outlook at capital markets day

    ** Just Eat falls 9.6 pct in volume, with traders citing cautious guidance from the company's capital markets day ** Two traders say co guided for flat margins, did not commit to investment plans beyond ...

  • Reuters - UK Focuslast month

    UK lawmaker to investigate pay and conditions at Deliveroo

    A British lawmaker who has pushed for more working rights in the gig economy said on Monday he planned to investigate the pay and conditions at takeaway food service Deliveroo, in the latest move against the flexible model touted by such businesses. The issue of whether those working in the gig economy should be classified as self-employed, with few rights, has become increasingly contentious in Britain in recent years. People operating in the gig economy tend to work for several firms without fixed contracts.

  • Reuters - UK Focuslast month

    Deliveroo steps up Just Eat battle, letting restaurants use own riders

    Deliveroo will allow restaurants to use their own riders for orders placed through its takeaway food app, in a move which will boost the number of available outlets by 50 percent as it intensifies a battle with rival Just Eat. All orders currently placed on the platform in Britain are delivered by one of the firm's 15,000 riders, well-known for their distinctive black and teal jackets and delivery boxes emblazoned with its kangaroo logo. Deliveroo hopes the change, which is called Marketplace+ and comes into effect in July, will boost the number of available restaurants from 10,000 to 15,000 by the end of the year with thousands more riders likely to be taken on.

  • Deliveroo to hand staff £10m share pot in step towards float
    Sky News2 months ago

    Deliveroo to hand staff £10m share pot in step towards float

    Deliveroo, the food delivery service which is a leading member of Britain's 'gig economy', is to hand staff a £10m share pot in a move towards an eventual public listing. Sky News has learnt that Will Shu, Deliveroo's founder, told employees last week that permanent workers would be handed stock options worth an average of £5,000 during the coming months. Deliveroo's army of delivery riders, who are classed as self-employed contractors rather than permanent employees, will not share in the windfall.

  • Just Eat serves 400 millionth order and revenue jumps after Hungryhouse acquisition
    Sky News3 months ago

    Just Eat serves 400 millionth order and revenue jumps after Hungryhouse acquisition

    The London-based company, which has operations in Australia, Canada, Europe and the UK, said orders jumped 32% to 51.6 million. UK orders climbed 24% to 29.7 million, helped by to the acquisition of Hungryhouse, and increased orders over Easter, which added an estimated 1% to UK order growth. While international orders rose 46% to 21.9 million, Just Eat warned of "softness" in Australia, where it faces stiff competition.

  • Just Eat revenue jumps on acquisition of Hungryhouse
    Sky News3 months ago

    Just Eat revenue jumps on acquisition of Hungryhouse

    The London-based company, which has operations in Australia, Canada, Europe and the UK, said orders jumped 32% to 51.6 million. UK orders climbed 24% to 29.7 million, helped by to the acquisition of Hungryhouse, and increased orders over Easter, which added an estimated 1% to UK order growth. While international orders rose 46% to 21.9 million, Just Eat warned of "softness" in Australia, where it faces stiff competition.

  • Reuters - UK Focus3 months ago

    BUZZ-Just Eat: Top of FTSE 100 on strong Q1

    ** Just Eat shares up 4.5% & top of FTSE 100 in volume ** Just Eat says Q1 revenue rose 49 pct to 177.4 mln stg driven by a 32 pct growth in orders, compared to a company-compiled consensus for a 26 pct ...

  • Reuters - UK Focus3 months ago

    BP, oil prices keep FTSE afloat

    A rise in energy stocks led by BP , boosted by strong first-quarter results, kept Britain's FTSE afloat on Tuesday while most European bourses were closed for Labour Day. Worries that U.S. President Donald Trump may pull out of the Iran nuclear deal kept oil prices high, but overall sentiment benefited from his decision to postpone the imposition of steel and aluminium tariffs on Canada, the European Union and Mexico. The publication of Britain's Manufacturing PMI for April at 0830 GMT will be very closely watched after Friday's disappointing GDP data made investors fear a sharp slowdown in growth could be on its way.

  • Reuters - UK Focus3 months ago

    Delivery Hero loss widens on higher marketing expenses

    Delivery Hero, the German online food delivery platform, posted a wider 2017 loss on Thursday as a result of a near 50 percent rise in its marketing expenses. The online takeaway business has boomed in recent years, prompting firms like Delivery Hero, Takeaway.com and Just Eat (Frankfurt: A1100K - news) to spend heavily on marketing to gain greater market share, while also trying to fend off competition from U.S. competitors such as Amazon and Uber. For 2017, Delivery Hero reported negative adjusted earnings before interest, taxes, depreciation and amortization (EBITDA) of 94.2 million euros ($115 million), which compared with compared with a loss of 71.2 million euros a year ago.

  • Uber Eats picks Latin America chief to lead fight against Deliveroo
    Sky News3 months ago

    Uber Eats picks Latin America chief to lead fight against Deliveroo

    Uber's Latin American chief is to lead the company's fight against food delivery rivals Deliveroo and Just Eat (Frankfurt: A1100K - news) by taking the helm of its European restaurant app business. Sky News understands that Rodrigo Arevalo was named as Uber Eats' regional general manager for Europe, Middle East and Africa in an internal announcement on Monday morning. The appointment of Mr Arevalo will come five months after his predecessor, Jambu Palaniappan, resigned to join a venture capital firm.

  • Reuters - UK Focus4 months ago

    BUZZ-Just Eat: JPM gets cautious over UK operations

    ** JP Morgan downgrades Just Eat to "underweight" from "equal-weight, cutting target price by 33% ** Broker turns more cautious as it sees a much bigger issue for the UK operations going ...

  • Reuters - UK Focus4 months ago

    BUZZ-Just Eat: hits 5-month low after Canaccord Genuity downgrade

    ** Just Eat -3.3 pct & near bottom of FTSE 100 ** Canaccord Genuity downgrades stock to "hold" from "buy"; cuts TP to 700p from 850p ** Shares down c18 pct since FY results on March ...

  • Reuters - UK Focus4 months ago

    BUZZ-Just Eat: bottom of FTSE 100 after Deutsche Bank downgrades

    ** Shares in Just Eat fall 4.5 pct after Deutsche Bank downgrades to "sell" from "hold" ** Analysts cite investment plan coming at expense of profitability ** Also, DB cuts numbers ...

  • Just Eat shares plunge as £76m loss leaves sour taste
    Sky News5 months ago

    Just Eat shares plunge as £76m loss leaves sour taste

    Shares (Berlin: DI6.BE - news) in Just Eat (Frankfurt: A1100K - news) have plunged after it slumped into the red thanks to a £180m hit from its Australia and New Zealand operations and warned of higher investment across the group. The fast-expanding takeaway delivery platform reported a £76m loss for 2017, compared to a £91m profit the year before. It also said it would ramp up spending in 2018 in the face of intensifying competition, resulting in an earnings outlook lower than markets have been forecasting.

  • Reuters - UK Focus5 months ago

    Britain's Just Eat to spend more as competition hots up

    Peter Plumb, who joined Just Eat (Frankfurt: A1100K - news) in September, said the company needed to address intensifying competition. "There is a large and complementary opportunity to offer delivery services to certain markets," he told reporters after the company reported full-year results. Just Eat's platform connects customers with local takeaway restaurants, which generally provide their own delivery service, unlike competitors Deliveroo and Uber Eats.

  • Just Eat Shares Fall Most in 20-Months Over Delivery Investment
    Bloomberg5 months ago

    Just Eat Shares Fall Most in 20-Months Over Delivery Investment

    Shares in Just Eat Plc fell the most in 20 months despite the food-delivery company beating revenue estimates, after concerns over future spending and acquisition costs.

  • Reuters - UK Focus5 months ago

    BUZZ-Just Eat: Worst day ever as core profit outlook well below consensus

    ** Shares in Just Eat slump 15 pct to 4-mth lows ** Analysts say EBITDA outlook 23% below consensus ** The company says it will make investments in delivery in the UK, Canada, Australia & NZ ** Says to ...

  • Reuters - UK Focus5 months ago

    BUZZ-Delivery Hero: still a top pick in Internet space, says JPMorgan

    ** Shares in online delivery platform Delivery Hero up 4.1 pct ** JPMorgan raises PT by 9.3 pct to 59 euros ** JPMorgan continues to see Delivery Hero as a top pick in the Internet space, along with Just ...

  • Ban on 'rip-off' card surcharges comes into force
    Sky News6 months ago

    Ban on 'rip-off' card surcharges comes into force

    A ban on "rip-off" surcharges comes into force today in a move that the Government hopes will stop shoppers from being penalised if they're paying with a debit or credit card. Economic Secretary to the Treasury John Glenn says it's a response to public frustration. "I think for too long consumers have been fed up when they get this sneaky charge added to the end of a transaction be it online or anywhere... this ban will go for debit, credit cards and PayPal (TLO: PYPL-U.TI - news) including Amex, so there is no uncertainty," he said.

  • Reuters - UK Focus6 months ago

    BUZZ-Just Eat: top of STOXX after Barclays upgrades

    ** Just Eat shares up 5.5%, top of STOXX 600 and FTSE 100 ** Barclays upgrades to 'overweight' from 'equal weight' and lifts PT by 43% ** Broker says JE will have strong revenue momentum into Q4 and FY2018 ...

  • Just Eat faces backlash on 50p service charge ahead of card surcharge ban
    Sky News6 months ago

    Just Eat faces backlash on 50p service charge ahead of card surcharge ban

    Customers and consumer groups have rounded on Just Eat (Frankfurt: A1100K - news) after the company imposed a new service charge on its orders ahead of a looming ban on all card surcharges. The takeaway delivery app imposed the 50p cost on all its customers from Monday having previously only applied it to online users. At the same time, the company removed a 50p fee for debit and credit card payments to comply with the change in the law.

  • Reuters - UK Focus7 months ago

    London was top destination for tech funding in 2017-PitchBook

    London was the top city in Europe for technology investment last year, with more funding going into companies in the British capital than into firms based in Paris, Berlin and the next seven cities combined, data showed on Friday. Tech firms in London attracted 2.45 billion pounds ($3.3 billion) in venture capital funding in 2017, about 80 percent of the 2.99 billion pounds invested in Britain as a whole, according to data compiled by funding database PitchBook for London & Partners. Eileen Burbidge, partner at Passion Capital, said it was no surprise to see London - and Britain - leading the pack because it has both the talent and investor capital needed.

  • UberEats chief Jambu Palaniappan latest exec to quit ride-hailing app
    Sky News8 months ago

    UberEats chief Jambu Palaniappan latest exec to quit ride-hailing app

    The boss of Uber's restaurant delivery service in Europe is leaving the company, the latest in a string of executives to quit in the wake of its taxi licence being withdrawn by London regulators. Sky News has learnt that Jambu Palaniappan, UberEats' regional general manager for markets including the UK, has resigned to join a venture capital firm. Mr Palaniappan, who has worked for Uber for more than five years, has led UberEats' expansion in UK, where the food delivery operation is now present in more than 40 cities.

  • Just Eat joins FTSE 100 as Merlin drops out
    Sky News8 months ago

    Just Eat joins FTSE 100 as Merlin drops out

    Just Eat (Frankfurt: A1100K - news) is to be promoted to the FTSE 100 next month - its market value having soared by more than a third this year on the back of global expansion and a surge in sales. It was confirmed on Wednesday night that the takeaway delivery platform would join the top flight along with packaging firm DS Smith (Frankfurt: 877238 - news) and Halma - a safety solutions specialist. The quarterly review of market constituents by operator FTSE Russell will see Merlin Entertainments (Frankfurt: A1W713 - news) - the company behind Alton Towers and Madame Tussauds - drop out to the FTSE 250 index along with ConvaTec Group (LSE: CTEC.L - news) and Babcock International (LSE: BAB.L - news) .

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