WTB.L - Whitbread PLC

LSE - LSE Delayed price. Currency in GBp
4,008.00
+2.00 (+0.05%)
As of 2:12PM BST. Market open.
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Previous close4,006.00
Open4,000.00
Bid4,007.00 x 6300
Ask4,007.00 x 10000
Day's range3,990.00 - 4,038.00
52-week range3,499.90 - 4,573.00
Volume75,628
Avg. volume853,209
Market cap7.327B
Beta1.01
PE ratio (TTM)16.76
EPS (TTM)239.10
Earnings date23 Apr 2018 - 27 Apr 2018
Forward dividend & yield1.01 (2.52%)
Ex-dividend date2018-05-24
1y target est4,223.18
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  • Reuters15 days ago

    Whitbread to cut restaurant manager jobs in reorganisation

    The Independent newspaper reported https://www.independent.co.uk/news/business/news/costa-coffee-whitbread-job-cuts-premier-inn-a8427076.html that Whitbread was cutting at least 250 jobs as part of the restructuring of its restaurants business, which is held under the Premier Inn brand. "We are consulting directly with the individuals impacted and will endeavour to find them alternative positions wherever possible," Whitbread said in an e-mailed statement to Reuters, without disclosing how many jobs would be affected. The news comes two months after Whitbread said it would spin off Costa Coffee, yielding to pressure from hedge funds, including activist investor Elliott, which said the coffee chain was being held back by being grouped with the Premier Inn hotel chain.

  • Reuters - UK Focus15 days ago

    Whitbread to cut restaurant manager jobs in reorganisation

    Britain's Whitbread Plc (Frankfurt: WHF4.F - news) is planning to simplify the management teams in its restaurants business, resulting in a number of managers leaving the company, it said on Monday. The Independent newspaper reported https://www.independent.co.uk/news/business/news/costa-coffee-whitbread-job-cuts-premier-inn-a8427076.html that Whitbread was cutting at least 250 jobs as part of the restructuring of its restaurants business, which is held under the Premier Inn brand. "We are consulting directly with the individuals impacted and will endeavour to find them alternative positions wherever possible," Whitbread said in an e-mailed statement to Reuters, without disclosing how many jobs would be affected.

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  • Reuters - UK Focus15 days ago

    Whitbread to cut hundreds Of management jobs - The Independent

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  • Costa Coffee owner Whitbread cutting hundreds of management roles
    The Independent15 days ago

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    The Telegraph20 days ago

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  • Whitbread split clouded by sales reverse at Costa coffee chain
    Evening Standard20 days ago

    Whitbread split clouded by sales reverse at Costa coffee chain

    The owner of Premier Inn hotels and coffee chain Costa on Wednesday cast a shadow over its decision to break up the two businesses as it posted falling sales. Same-store sales at Costa in Britain, which has been seen as an undervalued jewel and a moneymaker at Whitbread, were down 2% for the first quarter. In April, Whitbread said it is going to spin off its £3 billion Costa arm after bowing to pressure from activist investor Elliott and hedge fund Sachem Head, another shareholder.

  • Reuters20 days ago

    Whitbread says Costa Coffee spin off making 'good progress'

    Costa Coffee will be spun off after Whitbread yielded to pressure from hedge funds, including activist investor Elliott Investors, who argued it was being held back by being grouped with the Premier Inn hotel chain. "Constructive early steps have been taken in preparation for the demerger and good progress continues to be made on the core infrastructure and efficiency work that was already underway," the company said in a statement. Whitbread said it expects to deliver full-year results in line with expectations, adding that it would provide an update on the demerger in October.

  • Reuters - UK Focus20 days ago

    Whitbread says Costa Coffee spin off making 'good progress'

    Britain's Whitbread (Frankfurt: WHF4.F - news) said on Wednesday it had made "good progress" in Costa Coffee's demerger as it reported a dip in first-quarter sales in its British stores. Costa Coffee will be spun off after Whitbread yielded to pressure from hedge funds, including activist investor Elliott Investors, who argued it was being held back by being grouped with the Premier Inn hotel chain. Whitbread said it expects to deliver full-year results in line with expectations, adding that it would provide an update on the demerger in October.

  • Reuters - UK Focus20 days ago

    Whitbread says Costa demerger making 'good progress'

    Britain's Whitbread said on Wednesday that it had made "good progress" on Costa Coffee's demerger and reported a 1.3 percent fall in UK like-for-like first-quarter sales. Total sales rose 3.5 ...

  • Whitbread boss to face questions over potential sell-off of Costa Coffee
    The Independent23 days ago

    Whitbread boss to face questions over potential sell-off of Costa Coffee

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  • Are You An Income Investor? Don’t Miss Out On Whitbread PLC (LON:WTB)
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  • Britain's Whitbread open to selling either Costa or Premier Inn
    Reuterslast month

    Britain's Whitbread open to selling either Costa or Premier Inn

    Britain's Whitbread is open to selling its Costa coffee chain or Premier Inn hotels and abandoning its original plan to spin-off the coffee business, according to a new executive pay scheme circulated to shareholders. The FTSE 100 company said in April it planned to demerge Costa into a separately listed company within two years to "provide shareholders with an investment in two distinct, focused and market-leading businesses".

  • Reuters - UK Focuslast month

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    Pret A Manger sold for £1.5 billion to Germany's deal-hungry Reimann family

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  • Reuters3 months ago

    Costa Coffee break brewing after Whitbread investors stir

    Costa Coffee will be spun off after parent Whitbread (WTB.L) yielded to pressure from hedge funds who argued it was being held back by being grouped with the Premier Inn hotel chain. The world's second biggest coffee chain after Starbucks Corp (SBUX.O) has attractive, long-term international potential, Whitbread said. Former brewing group Whitbread will retain its Premier Inn hotels and Beefeater and Brewers Fayre restaurants once the split is completed within 24 months, a timeline which some shareholders said was longer than necessary.

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