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Revolution Bars – full-year results, Christmas activity to continue to be slower than normally expected?

UK operator of 67 bars, Revolution Bars Group (RBG) has announced results for its year ended 3rd July 2021 and that it, “continuing from the positive like-for-like growth before the pandemic… are excited to have seen LFL growth in FY22 since 19 July, when restrictions fully relaxed in England, at 14% versus the comparable period of FY20, the last normal period of trade”. So why are the shares currently more than 6% lower at around 25p?...

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Revolution Bars – emphasises “strong trading”, but what’s sustainable?

Revolution Bars Group (RBG) has made a trading update including that since 19th July England covid restrictions removal to 2nd October “same site sales growth of 17% when compared to the same period 2 years ago, when the business traded normally pre Covid” and “costs have continued to be well controlled resulting in good profit generation from these sales”, with the shares currently up by more than 12% to above 25p in response.

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Revolution Bars – argued “successful fundraising” shows contempt for private investors

Previously writing on Revolution Bars Group (RBG), in March with the shares at 29p I was cautious with assumptions on government restrictions having proven dangerous and also the debt and prior challenges. Now the self-styled “leading UK operator of 66 premium bars, trading under the Revolution and Revolución de Cuba brands, is pleased to announce the results of its Bookbuild launched yesterday”. Hmmm...

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