All Analysts articles – Page 3

  • Andy Hornby

    Analysts corner: TRG


    Analysts at Shore Capital and Goodbody give their views on the appointment of Andy Hornby as the new chief executive of The Restaurant Group.

  • Green King Logo

    Analysts corner: Greene King


    Following Greene King’s full year results announcement yesterday, analysts from Hargreaves Lansdown and Goodbody give their reactions on the numbers.

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    Analysts corner: Peel Hunt on the modern leisure generation


    Douglas Jack and Ivor Jones take a deeper look at the leisure industry, the consumer trends making waves and the external influences fuelling upward cost pressures, and theorise about what we might see in the future.

  • Domino's

    Analysts corner: Domino’s


    Domino’s alleged disputes with its franchisees have been making headlines of late, with chief executive David Wild even accused of misleading the City. Analyst at Berenberg give their views on how the situation may play out for them in terms of future performance.

  • Wagamama

    Analysts corner: The Restaurant Group


    Berenberg shares its views on how The Restaurant Group is faring at the beginning of what is an important year for the business.

  • Opinion

    Analysts Corner: Irvine-Fortescue on UK pubs & restaurants


    Mark Irvine-Fortescue, who recently joined Stifel from Panmure Gordon, writes that in a lacklustre operating environment, pub and restaurant equity performance will be driven by companies’ ability to flex balance sheets, as the US investment bank relaunches coverage of the UK leisure sector.

  • Chiquito fajitas

    Analysts corner: JP Morgan on TRG


    On the back of The Restaurant Group’s full year results this morning, Alexander Mees at JP Morgan gives his views on what has been a busy few months for the operator.

  • Just Eat delivery scooters

    Analysts corner: Hargreaves Lansdown on Just Eat


    Three months after it dropped out of the FTSE 100, Just Eat is due to re-join it. Hargreaves Lansdown gives its thoughts in its readmission.

  • Wagamama Rushden Lakes

    Analysts corner: Goodbody on TRG


    Paul Ruddy, of Goodbody, poses some key questions about The Restaurant Group, ahead of their trading update on Friday.

  • Just Eat delivery scooters

    Analysts corner: Just Eat


    Just Eat may have reported a sales uplift of 44% in its full year results for 2018 yesterday, but for Hargreaves Lansdown the business is ‘delivering uncertainty’, with shares dipping 3% in early trading on the back of the trading update.

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    Analysts corner: HSBC on pubs


    Analysts at HSBC have assessed the likely impact of radical changes to lease accounting, which came into force at the start of the year, on the pub sector. They say the introduction of IFRS may lead to reappraisals of valuation multiples and could increase concerns about debt levels.

  • Frankie and Bennys

    Analysts corner: Peel Hunt on TRG


    Peel Hunt analysts Douglas Jack and Ivor Jones reflect on Andy McCue’s decision to step down from The Restaurant Group, and what it means for the company. They warn that “although restaurant supply has finally started to fall, declining in-store demand and rising costs point to years of correction”.

  • News

    Analysts corner: Hargreaves Lansdown on Greggs


    In its trading update yesterday Greggs upgraded its profit expectation for the current financial year, due to ‘an exceptionally strong start to the year’, with shares rising 8% in early morning trading. Laith Khalaf, senior analyst at Hargreaves Lansdown discusses the part played by its vegan sausage roll launch.

  • News

    Analysts Corner: Peel Hunt on Domino’s


    Peel Hunt analysts Douglas Jack and Ivor Jones have given their views on the outlook for Domino’s Pizza, stressing that the current share price underestimates the long-term expansion potential, and over-estimates the short-term downside risk from fewer store openings.

  • Fuller's

    Analysts corner: JP Morgan on Fuller’s


    JP Morgan analysts have given their views on the learnings from Fuller’s sale of its beer company to Asahi, including a read-across from the Fuller’s deal to a scenario where Marston’s or Greene King might consider selling their brewing assets.

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    Analysts corner: Berenberg on Fuller’s


    Following the news last week that Fuller’s is to sell the entirety of its beer business to Asahi in a £250m deal, analysts at Berenberg have compiled their thoughts on the ‘surprise’ announcement, and suggest the sale will give them significant firepower for acquisitions.

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    Analysts corner: Rollo on Whitbread


    Morgan Stanley analyst Jamie Rollo gives five reasons to stay positive about Whitbread following its announcement of faltering like-for-like sales in its third quarter.

  • Rooney Anand

    Analysts corner: Greene King


    Following Greene King’s trading update yesterday, MCA round-ups the views of analysts from JP Morgan Cazenove, Liberum, Hargreaves Lansdown and Goodbody.

  • Rooney Anand

    Analysts corner: Peel Hunt on Greene King


    Leading analysts Douglas Jack and Ivor Jones, of Peel Hunt, have given their view on this morning’s year-to-date trading statement from Greene King, saying it represents a “very strong start to statement season”.

  • Wagamama

    Analysts corner: Wagamama


    On the back of Wagamama’s Q2 trading update (see below), Peel Hunt analysts Douglas Jack and Ivor Jones have noted that costs “continue to surge”. They take a look at the prospects for the brand and its new parent company, The Restaurant Group, throughout 2019.