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Whitbread PLC (WTB.L)

WTB.L on London Stock Exchange

4,120.00GBp
20 Jan 2017
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49.00 (+1.20%)
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Volume
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WTB.L

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About

Whitbread PLC is a hospitality company. The Company operates hotels, coffee shops and restaurants. The Company operates in two segments: Hotels & Restaurants, and Costa. The Hotels & Restaurants segment provides services in relation to accommodation and food. The Costa segment consists of operations of its branded, owned and... (more)

Overall

Beta: 1.05
Market Cap(Mil.): £7,548.29
Shares Outstanding(Mil.): 183.21
Dividend: 29.90
Yield (%): --

Financials

  WTB.L Industry Sector
P/E (TTM): 18.98 56.74 26.34
EPS (TTM): 2.17 -- --
ROI: 10.64 9.28 9.03
ROE: 17.55 16.06 12.83

BRIEF-Whitbread concludes hotel deals in Westminster, Farringdon

* Announces today it has completed two sale and leaseback transactions on Prime London Hotels

Jan 12 2017

BRIEF-Whitbread sees about 150 mln stg cumulative cost efficiencies over next five years

* We will outline our investment in business and provide examples of our cost efficiency programme

Nov 29 2016

UPDATE 1-Millennium & Copthorne's London hotels get a boost from pound's fall

Nov 2 Millennium & Copthorne Hotels reported a 28 percent rise in third-quarter profits on Wednesday, boosted by the slump in sterling after Britain voted to leave the European Union which had also attracted more tourists to its London hotels.

Nov 02 2016

UPDATE 2-Whitbread's Costa Coffee to offer new blends as growth slows

* Rocky patch ahead in short-term - analyst (Adds CEO, analyst comments)

Oct 25 2016

Costa Coffee owner Whitbread's first-half profit rises

Oct 25 Britain's Whitbread Plc said its first-half profit rose 5.4 percent, helped by growing demand at its Premier Inn hotels and the Costa Coffee chain.

Oct 25 2016

RPT-Lloyds investors fret over CEO's future and who could replace him

LONDON, Aug 11 Top investors in Lloyds Banking Group are concerned that chief executive Antonio Horta-Osório might leave the bank sooner than anticipated following press scrutiny of his private life and want its board to start looking for his successor.

Aug 12 2016

Lloyds investors fret over CEO's future and who could replace him

LONDON, Aug 11 Top investors in Lloyds Banking Group are concerned that chief executive Antonio Horta-Osório might leave the bank sooner than anticipated following press scrutiny of his private life and want its board to start looking for his successor.

Aug 11 2016

Earnings vs. Estimates