|Bid||30.20 x 0|
|Ask||30.35 x 0|
|Day's range||29.69 - 30.81|
|52-week range||0.55 - 59.65|
|Beta (5Y monthly)||1.48|
|PE ratio (TTM)||2.17|
|Earnings date||16 May 2023|
|Forward dividend & yield||N/A (N/A)|
|Ex-dividend date||12 Dec 2019|
|1y target est||49.63|
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The pub remains an ‘affordable treat’ for customers, Marston’s said.
The firm, which runs 1,468 pubs across the UK, saw shares lift higher on Tuesday morning as it also returned to profit.
(Reuters) -Christmas dinners at Marston's will cost up to 10% more this year, the British pub group said on Tuesday, but said it would be serving all the trimmings and bookings were higher so far than pre-pandemic levels for this year's festive season. The price rise is lower than inflation in Britain, which reached a 41-year-high in November, leaving business facing the dilemma of how much they can pass on to customers of higher costs, including food and energy, without destroying demand. CEO Andrew Andrea said he had not yet seen evidence Marston's was losing customers and recent sales had been boosted by England's performance in the ongoing soccer World Cup taking place in Qatar.
The company had been due to post its results for the year to October 2 on Tuesday.
The outlook comments from Marston's come as the company pushed back the release of its annual results, citing a "procedural" delay in the completion of auditing accounts of its joint venture with Carlsberg UK. The delay was at the request of Carlsberg's auditors, Marston's said, adding that it should be in a position to announce its full-year results ended Oct. 2 within the next week after being reassured of no disagreement between the auditors and Carlsberg Marston's Brewing Co. Overall sales in its new financial year have so far risen about 7% versus last year, and 5% from pre-pandemic 2019 levels.
Pubs, restaurants and hotels in Britain, still recovering from pandemic restrictions, are now grappling with rising costs and lower consumer spending in the face of rising inflation. "We are managing cost inflation well with food, drink and energy costs covered for the immediate future," Chief Executive Officer Andrew Andrea said in a statement. Marston's in July hedged the group's electricity rates for the upcoming winter season and fixed gas prices until March 2025 to counter the surge in energy costs.
Sales at the pub group dropped by 1% in the 16 weeks to July 23 compared with the same period in 2019 as consumer demand remains strong.