|Bid||0.00 x 37300|
|Ask||313.00 x 255900|
|Day's range||271.80 - 280.60|
|52-week range||271.80 - 386.92|
|PE ratio (TTM)||N/A|
|Earnings date||5 Mar 2018 - 9 Mar 2018|
|Forward dividend & yield||N/A (N/A)|
|1y target est||345.14|
** Restaurant Group falls 2.1 pct after 4-star rated Peel Hunt trims TP to 250p vs 275p ** Cites weakening spend per head in UK eating out sector ** Peel Hunt says data from M&C, the specialist information ...
** Restaurant Group, operator of Frankie and Benny's chain, -5.2 pct, bottom of FTSE 250 ** HSBC says industry pressures suggest more than one year of transition for the company ** Shares fall as much ...
Britain's Restaurant Group Plc (Other OTC: RSTGF - news) said new menus at its chains Frankie & Benny's and Chiquito were drawing customers, although it posted a 2.2 percent fall in first half sales. The company, operator of more than 500 restaurants and pubs in Britain and which has rolled out menus with low price meals and other offers, said it saw early signs of higher volumes. Liberum analysts said signs of higher volumes since May, when the majority of the investment in new menus was made, was encouraging given the tough backdrop of inflationary pressures and a competitive market for eating out.
Britain's Restaurant Group, operator of Frankie & Benny's and other chains, and pubs group Greene King appointed new chief financial officers on Friday. Greene King CFO Kirk Davis, who oversaw the company's ...
Frankie & Benny's chain owner Restaurant Group named Kirk Davis as chief financial officer on Friday, scooping him from pub firm Greene King, where he oversaw the company's Spirit Pub Company acquisition. ...
Britain's Restaurant Group Plc (Other OTC: RSTGF - news) is making progress with its turnaround efforts, it said on Friday, as the struggling pub and restaurants operator reported a slower-than-expected decline in comparable sales for the first 20 weeks of the year. Restaurant Group, which operates more than 500 restaurants and pubs in the UK, said comparable sales for the 20 weeks to May 21 fell 1.8 percent and total sales declined 1.5 percent, less than the 3.9 percent contraction in 2016 total comparable sales.
Britain's Restaurant Group Plc said comparable sales for the 20 weeks to May 21 fell 1.8 percent and warned sales could fall further over the rest of the year as people cut spending on movies and travel. ...
Restaurant Group (Other OTC: RSTGF - news) announced on Friday the immediate departure of finance chief Barry Nightingale, less than a year after the owner of the Frankie & Benny's chain brought in the former head of Monarch Airlines to help turnaround its business. A spokesman for Restaurant Group said the board was looking for a finance chief with a different skill set to support new Chief Executive Andy McCue, who joined in September from betting firm Paddy Power (EUREX: 27913021.EX - news) to help drive the company's recovery.
The finance director of the owner of Frankie & Benny's and Garfunkel's is stepping down less than a year into a turnaround plan prompted by a string of profit alerts, the company has confirmed. Barry Nightingale is to leave The Restaurant Group with immediate effect, the company said - hours after his departure was first reported by Sky News. The group is now searching for a successor to Mr Nightingale, who was previously a finance director at airline Monarch and bookmaker Betfred.
Restaurant Group Plc (Other OTC: RSTGF - news) finance chief, Barry Nightingale, is set to leave the company after less than a year in the role, Sky News reported on its website. Nightingale's departure is set to be announced as early as Friday, Sky News also reported. Restaurant Group named Nightingale, the former head of Monarch Airlines, as its finance chief in June last year.
Britain's top share index dipped on Friday ahead of a delayed U.S. vote on a key healthcare bill, though gains among Smiths Group and Provident Financial (Other OTC: FPLPF - news) capped losses. The FTSE 100 closed 0.1 percent lower. Global equity markets turned down on Tuesday as investors grew concerned about the 'Trump trade', which had been buoying stocks.
Britain's Restaurant Group (Other OTC: RSTGF - news) , the owner of the Frankie & Benny's chain, said it would seek to offer better value and improved service to win back customers after reporting lower annual profit in 2016. "It is clear that we had added an unsustainable premium to pricing in our leisure businesses and that changes to our menus had been insufficiently tested with our customers," said Restaurant Group, which runs chains such as Chiquito and Coast to Coast. The company, which operates more than 500 restaurants and pubs in Britain, has put the brake on expansion plans until it is sure that its brand and location strategy is 'sufficiently robust', it said on Wednesday.
Britain's Restaurant Group (Other OTC: RSTGF - news) , the owner of the Frankie & Benny's chain, said it would review all of its leisure brands to lure back customers, after reporting a 3.9 percent fall in comparable sales for 2016. "It is clear that we had added an unsustainable premium to pricing in our Leisure businesses and that changes to our menus had been insufficiently tested with our customers," said Restaurant Group, which runs chains such as Chiquito and Coast to Coast.
Restaurant Group (Other OTC: RSTGF - news) 's sales fell last year and the owner of the Frankie & Benny's chain warned on Wednesday that a hike in Britain's minimum wage will drive costs higher in 2017. Shares (Berlin: DI6.BE - news) in Restaurant Group, which operates more than 500 restaurants and pubs in the UK, were down 9.8 percent at 314.1 pence at 0827 GMT, making the stock the worst performer on the FTSE Midcap Index. Britain's finance minister in November raised the minimum wage to 7.50 pounds from 7.20 pounds, taking the edge off a benefits squeeze for low earners.