JE.L - Just Eat plc

LSE - LSE Delayed price. Currency in GBp
776.80
+2.80 (+0.36%)
At close: 4:35PM GMT
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Previous close774.00
Open779.00
Bid776.40 x 0
Ask776.80 x 0
Day's range768.80 - 779.00
52-week range537.40 - 833.14
Volume1042918
Avg. volume3,380,188
Market cap5.3B
Beta (3Y monthly)1.00
PE ratio (TTM)133.93
EPS (TTM)5.80
Earnings date4 Mar 2020 - 9 Mar 2020
Forward dividend & yieldN/A (N/A)
Ex-dividend dateN/A
1y target est868.56
  • Takeaway defends Just Eat bid, says Prosus trying to buy it on cheap
    Reuters

    Takeaway defends Just Eat bid, says Prosus trying to buy it on cheap

    Dutch meal delivery firm Takeaway.com defended its $6.1 billion (4.9 billion pounds) all-share offer for Just Eat on Tuesday, saying rival cash bidder Prosus was trying to buy the British company "on the cheap", even though its bid is higher. Takeaway has argued that merging with Just Eat would create a European powerhouse, with dominant market shares in Britain, Germany and the Netherlands. Takeaway said in a statement addressing points made by Prosus that it had shown "a lack of understanding of the sector", while underselling the capabilities of the Just Eat-Takeaway combination to generate cash and finance investments.

  • Takeaway.com accuses rival Just Eat bidder of 'scaremongering'
    Yahoo Finance UK

    Takeaway.com accuses rival Just Eat bidder of 'scaremongering'

    Takeaway.com said that Prosus has made 'contradictory assertions' about its bid for food delivery firm Just Eat.

  • Just Eat investor Cat Rock puts 925 pence per share price on engagement with Prosus
    Reuters

    Just Eat investor Cat Rock puts 925 pence per share price on engagement with Prosus

    Investors in Just Eat should back the all-share merger with Takeaway.com unless rival bidder Prosus lifts its offer for the food delivery platform to 925 pence per share, one of its biggest shareholders said on Monday. Just Eat shareholders have two offers to consider: a tie-up between the British group and its Netherlands-based peer Takeaway.com and a 710 pence-a-share cash offer from technology company Prosus. Cat Rock, which has been vocal in its support of the Takeaway deal, said in a letter to other shareholders on Monday that Prosus had exaggerated the challenges facing Just Eat to justify its low price.

  • Reuters - UK Focus

    Just Eat investor Cat Rock puts 925p/share price on engagement with Prosus

    Investors in Just Eat should back the all-share merger with Takeaway.com unless rival bidder Prosus lifts its offer for the food delivery platform to 925 pence per share, one of its biggest shareholders said on Monday. Just Eat shareholders have two offers to consider: a tie-up between the British group and its Netherlands-based peer Takeaway.com and a 710 pence-a-share cash offer from technology company Prosus. Cat Rock, which has been vocal in its support of the Takeaway deal, said in a letter to other shareholders on Monday that Prosus had exaggerated the challenges facing Just Eat to justify its low price.

  • Just Eat shareholder Cat Rock urges investors to back Takeaway.com deal
    Reuters

    Just Eat shareholder Cat Rock urges investors to back Takeaway.com deal

    Cat Rock, which controls about 3% of Just Eat's shares and has a 5.69% stake in Takeaway.com, said the Prosus offer significantly undervalued Just Eat and shared none of the future potential of the business with Just Eat shareholders. "A Just Eat merger with Takeaway.com would create a formidable global leader with significant growth prospects and world-class management," Cat Rock founder Alex Captain said in an open letter. Takeaway's offer values Just Eat's shares at 678.6 pence each, based on both companies' share prices on Tuesday morning.

  • Reuters - UK Focus

    UPDATE 1-Just Eat shareholder Cat Rock urges investors to back Takeaway.com deal

    Just Eat shareholder Cat Rock Capital on Tuesday urged investors to back an all-share merger with Takeaway.com, saying it believed the combination could create a company worth 1,200 pence a share in little more than a year. Cat Rock, which controls about 3% of Just Eat's shares and has a 5.69% stake in Takeaway.com, said the Prosus offer significantly undervalued Just Eat and shared none of the future potential of the business with Just Eat shareholders. "A Just Eat merger with Takeaway.com would create a formidable global leader with significant growth prospects and world-class management," Cat Rock founder Alex Captain said in an open letter.

  • Just Eat urges shareholders to shun Prosus and stick with Takeaway deal
    Reuters

    Just Eat urges shareholders to shun Prosus and stick with Takeaway deal

    Britain's Just Eat urged shareholders on Monday to shun a $6.3 billion cash offer from Prosus, saying a currently lower valued deal with Takeaway.com was a better bet as it would create the largest food delivery firm outside China. "Your Board believes that the Takeaway.com combination provides Just Eat shareholders with greater value creation than the Prosus offer," Just Eat said in a letter to investors. It also said Prosus's offer of 710 pence a share significantly undervalued Just Eat on a standalone basis.

  • Just Eat advises shareholders against Prosus hostile takeover bid
    Yahoo Finance UK

    Just Eat advises shareholders against Prosus hostile takeover bid

    Company board tells investors to reject the bid and instead accept Takeaway.com offer.

  • Reuters - UK Focus

    UPDATE 2-Just Eat urges shareholders to shun Prosus and stick with Takeaway deal

    Britain's Just Eat urged shareholders on Monday to shun a $6.3 billion cash offer from Prosus, saying a currently lower valued deal with Takeaway.com was a better bet as it would create the largest food delivery firm outside China. "Your Board believes that the Takeaway.com combination provides Just Eat shareholders with greater value creation than the Prosus offer," Just Eat said in a letter to investors. It also said Prosus's offer of 710 pence a share significantly undervalued Just Eat on a standalone basis.

  • Prosus bullish on Just Eat, even as rival bid strengthens
    Reuters

    Prosus bullish on Just Eat, even as rival bid strengthens

    JOHANNESBURG/AMSTERDAM (Reuters) - Internet group Prosus is confident about its $6.3 billion (5 billion pounds) offer to buy Just Eat , CEO Bob van Dijk said on Friday, even though a rise in rival bidder Takeaway's shares has all but wiped out its financial upper hand. A higher price had been a big advantage for Prosus, the Dutch arm of South African e-commerce giant Naspers , in its hostile bid for the British food delivery service. In the past few weeks, however, Takeaway's share price has rallied to a point where its all-share offer nearly matches Prosus' 4.9 billion pound ($6.3 billion) cash bid, leading to speculation one or the other will need to raise its offer.

  • Prosus, Takeaway trade barbs in battle for Britain's Just Eat
    Reuters

    Prosus, Takeaway trade barbs in battle for Britain's Just Eat

    The two companies vying to purchase British food delivery service Just Eat traded barbs on Wednesday, as technology company Prosus and Takeaway.com each sought to win over a critical mass of shareholders. Prosus said Takeaway.com's all-share bid, which runs from Wednesday through Dec. 11 and is recommended by the Just Eat board, presents "significant risks" and underestimates how competitive the British market is. The broadsides came after a two-week period in which Takeaway's share price has rallied to a point where its offer nearly matches Prosus's 4.9 billion pound ($6.3 billion) cash bid, erasing the advantage Prosus hoped to gain when it first launched its unsolicited bid in October.

  • Reuters - UK Focus

    UPDATE 2-Prosus, Takeaway trade barbs in battle for Britain's Just Eat

    The two companies vying to purchase British food delivery service Just Eat traded barbs on Wednesday, as technology company Prosus and Takeaway.com each sought to win over a critical mass of shareholders. Prosus said Takeaway.com's all-share bid, which runs from Wednesday through Dec. 11 and is recommended by the Just Eat board, presents "significant risks" and underestimates how competitive the British market is. The broadsides came after a two-week period in which Takeaway's share price has rallied to a point where its offer nearly matches Prosus's 4.9 billion pound ($6.3 billion) cash bid, erasing the advantage Prosus hoped to gain when it first launched its unsolicited bid in October.

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