WTB.L - Whitbread PLC

LSE - LSE Delayed price. Currency in GBp
4,630.00
+123.00 (+2.73%)
At close: 4:35PM GMT
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Previous close4,507.00
Open4,572.00
Bid4,202.00 x 0
Ask4,635.00 x 0
Day's range4,512.26 - 4,630.00
52-week range3,927.00 - 5,162.00
Volume452,963
Avg. volume647,672
Market cap6.19B
Beta (3Y monthly)0.65
PE ratio (TTM)2.20
EPS (TTM)2,100.70
Earnings date22 Oct 2019
Forward dividend & yield1.00 (2.17%)
Ex-dividend date2019-11-07
1y target est4,741.39
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  • Drop in UK business travel hits Premier Inn-owner Whitbread
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    The hotel industry, like the UK economy generally, has suffered from the uncertainty surrounding Britain's split from the European Union, with firms reining in business trips. "Shorter-term trading conditions in the UK regional market have been difficult, particularly in the business segment where we have a higher proportion of our revenue," Whitbread Chief Executive Officer Alison Brittain said on Tuesday. Whitbread's Brittain said it was difficult to predict business confidence and its impact on demand for domestic travel if the uncertainty was to drag on, or if Brexit was to end without a negotiated withdrawal process.

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    UPDATE 2-Drop in UK business travel hits Premier Inn-owner Whitbread

    A Brexit driven drop in business travel within the United Kingdom dented profits at budget hotel company Whitbread Plc in the first half of its financial year and left it deeply uncertain about demand in the coming months. The hotel industry, like the UK economy generally, has suffered from the uncertainty surrounding Britain's split from the European Union, with firms reining in business trips. "Shorter-term trading conditions in the UK regional market have been difficult, particularly in the business segment where we have a higher proportion of our revenue," Whitbread Chief Executive Officer Alison Brittain said on Tuesday.

  • Is the Whitbread share price (LON:WTB) good value at 4,046p?
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    Premier Inn owner Whitbread buys three hotels in German expansion

    The sale of the coffee chain to Coca-Cola Co has left the Premier Inn owner more exposed to increased competition from budget hotel groups and Airbnb when subdued economic activity and political turmoil have forced Britons to rein in spending. Whitbread has looked to counter the weakness in its home market by expanding abroad. The three hotels, located in Nuremburg, Munich and Stuttgart, together comprise 482 rooms, the company, which already runs three hotels in Germany under the Premier Inn brand, said on Monday.

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