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Whitbread: don’t freak at geek metrics

Published 58 days ago

First trading update of my (long) tip of the year for 2017 and the shares are down 4%. Worried? Of course not…the Whitbread (WTB) share price is still nicely above where I recommended it…and frankly we are not even a month into the year. The magnitude of the move today reflects the (to use a wonderful phrase poached from a fellow market observer) wildebeest financial market backdrop we have at the moment…

Whitbread Shares May Froth Despite the National Living Wage

Published 73 days ago

Hello Share Cravers. Whitbread (WTB) is a name which still conjures up old-fashioned pubs and breweries. Not necessarily a great business to be in that, as pubs seem to close down all over the shop.

ShareProphets Share Tips of the year 2017: No 1 Buy Whitbread says Chris Bailey

Published 92 days ago

If you want to buy just one new single stock in the FTSE-100 for 2017 you need to look at the perceived Brexit losers given, over the course of the next 12 months, Brexit apocalypse will move further away via delays and position dilution.  Forget big overseas earners as this backdrop will crimp their translated back into Sterling earnings so it has to be more domestic plays.  And filtering for market leadership, strong balance sheet and continued growth hopes I end up with Whitbread (WTB) the owner of the Costa Coffee and Premier Inn franchises. 

There Might Be Room at the Premier Inn for Share Shifters to Make Money.

Published 275 days ago

Hello Share Thumpers.  The big hotel and catering set-up Whitbreads (WTB)  has had an encouraging write-up in my modest column before. If anything my enthusiasm has increased since then. The first three months of this year were promising  both for its hotels and for its Costas, the Italian- sounding, but not, chain of coffee houses, which seem to be springing up everywhere.

 

Whitbread: The Shares Costa Lotta at nearly 45 Quid a Throw - But This Is a Tasty Play

Published 470 days ago

Hello Share Trillers. When I think of that well-known British name Whitbread (WTB), I think of pubs and beer. As I am a red wine man, this does not always thrill me.

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