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Marston's Says Carlsberg Deal To Close Slightly Later Than Expected
Marston's H1 Underlying Pretax Profit Falls To 9.4 Mln Stg
Marston's And Carlsberg UK Form JV Partnership
Marston's PLC is engaged in running pubs and beer brewing. The Company owns a range of assets from pubs to brands. The Company's segments include Destination and Premium, which consists of food and drink sales, accommodation and gaming machine income; Taverns, which includes Food and drink sales, rent from licensed properties, accommodation and gaming machine income; Leased, which includes drink sales, rent from licensed properties and gaming machine income; Brewing, which comprises drink sales and third-party brewing, packaging and distribution, and Group Services. Its portfolio includes 1,537 pubs and beer brands. Its breweries supply and distribute beers to its estate, supermarkets and other pub businesses across the nation. Its brands include Hobgoblin, Young’s, Bombardier, Lancaster Bomber, Wychwood, Ringwood, Brakspear and Courage.
Marstons House, Brewery Road
William J. Rucker
Independent Chairman of the Board
Chief Executive Officer, Executive Director
Chief Financial Officer and Corporate Development Officer, Executive Director
Carolyn Jane Bradley
Senior Non-Executive Independent Director
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* Shares down more than 6% (Adds CEO and analyst, shares, background)
Marston's said on Friday it was uncertain about its financial outlook in the short-term as it prepares to reopen pubs and restaurants on July 4, following a roughly 40 million pound hit to sales from the coronavirus lockdown.
Marston's said on Friday it has formed a joint venture with Carlsberg UK to create a brewing and distribution company, in which the British pub operator will get a 40% stake and a cash payment of 273 million pounds.
* BELIEVES THAT GROUP HAS SUFFICIENT LIQUIDITY TO MAINTAIN OPERATIONS AT A MATERIALLY REDUCED LEVEL OF BUSINESS
* MARSTON'S PLC - COVID-19 UPDATE RE: SECURITISATION WAIVER GRANTED
* MARSTON'S PLC - FOR 24 WEEKS TO 14(TH) MARCH 2020, LIKE-FOR-LIKE SALES IN OUR PUBS WERE 1% BELOW LAST YEAR
Marston's Plc on Friday posted 4.5% growth in like-for-like sales during the two-week Christmas holiday period, helping the pub operator rebound from subdued business in early December when wet weather kept Britons indoors.
Marston's said on Friday like-for-like sales during the Christmas fortnight rose 4.5%, helping the pub operator overcome subdued trading in early December due to poor weather.
Pub operator Marston's Plc reported a fall in full-year underlying pretax profit on Wednesday, hurt by lower food sales, rising labour costs and sluggish consumer spending.
Pub operator Marston's Plc reported a fall in full-year underlying pretax profit on Wednesday, hurt by lower food sales, rising costs and sluggish consumer spending.
British pubs group Marston's <MARS.L> said on Tuesday annual profits had fallen for the first time in five years, hit by sluggish consumer spending and rising costs, and that it would sell more pubs to cut debt.
British pub operator Marston's Plc said on Tuesday it expects full-year pretax profit to be lower, hurt by lower food sales at its 'Destination' and 'Premium' pubs and higher labour costs.
** Co posts 2% rise in H1 underlying pretax profit; underlying revenue rises 5% for 26 weeks ended March 30
May 15 - Pub operator Marston's Plc said on Wednesday acquisitions and lower administrative costs helped it post a 2% rise in its half-year underlying pretax profit.
* Shares slip as analysts whittle down forecasts (Adds CEO comments, analysts' forecast, shares)
Pub operator Marston's Plc said on Wednesday its total pub sales rose 3.2 percent for the year, as more customers visited its pubs in the second half due to the hot weather and the football World Cup.
Pub operator Marston's Plc on Wednesday forecast revenue and profit growth this year as it posted a 20 percent rise in underlying revenue for the first half, driven by strong trading in its pubs.
British pub operator Marston's Plc said on Tuesday that business in the Christmas period was marred by snowy and icy weather in the UK and would hurt its annual profit by 1 million pounds ($1.4 million).
British pub operator Marston's Plc said on Tuesday trading in Christmas period was marred by snowy and icy weather in the UK and would hurt its annual profit by 1 million pounds ($1.40 million).
* FOR 16 WEEKS DESTINATION AND PREMIUM TOTAL SALES FOR PERIOD ARE UP 4.9% REFLECTING CONTRIBUTION FROM ESTATE EXPANSION IN 2017
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