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Tasty plc – trading update, how optimistic to be about trading?

A trading update from ‘Wildwood’ and ‘dim t’ casual dining restaurants company Tasty (TAST) concludes that “it is confident in its brands and optimistic about the trading potential of the group, especially with the strong revenue stream provided by takeaway and delivery services”. So what of a current slightly increased 5.25p share price and down from 7.5p as recently as September?…

Tasty plc – trading update, how strong the sales performance?

A trading update from ‘Wildwood’ and ‘dim t’ casual dining company Tasty (TAST) includes that “since the relaxation of indoor dining restrictions, the six-week period to 27 June 2021 as a comparison to 2019 has shown strong like-for-like growth” and “takeaway and delivery sales performed well during the most recent lockdown and throughout H1”. Sounds encouraging…

Tasty plc – share price spike another warning of current markets?

A most recent, 15th January, update from ‘Wildwood’ and ‘dim t’ restaurants company Tasty plc (TAST) noted due to lockdown restrictions it “currently has open approximately 38 units providing takeaway and delivery services only” and that a bank facility “has now been drawn down”. The shares closed then at 2.85p and started this week at 3.85p. They today hitting as high as 7.75p forced a “Statement re: Share Price Movement”…

Tasty plc – bigger blundering Boris impact, how’s the balance sheet risk?

Shares in ‘Wildwood’ and ‘dim t’ restaurants company Tasty plc (TAST) recovered to start this month at 3.4p… but now an intra-day (9:41am) “Trading Update”. Usually bad news…

Tasty plc – still “hopeful… will be able to navigate our way through”?

Previously writing on Wildwood and dim t restaurants company Tasty plc (TAST), I’ve noted the financial situation from a market cap of below £4 million saw my stance avoid / sell. Now a “Statement re: Restaurant Closures” – and the shares currently further lower to 1.25p…

Tasty plc – ‘due to the continuing COVID-19 restrictions’...

A week ago shares in Wildwood and dim t restaurants company Tasty plc (TAST) recovered a further more than 26%, to 2.85p, on an announcement that it had “re-opened seven restaurants (representing approximately 13 per cent. of the estate) for takeaway services only. Over the next few weeks, the company intends to cautiously open further units for takeaway and/or full table service, in compliance with Government regulations, and by mid-July expects to have some 25 units open for trading”. Now a “Statement re: Redundancies”...

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I start with a few personal thoughts on phoning my elderly relatives in the era of Coronavirus. Then I look at Versarien (VRS), Open Orphan (ORPH), Tasty (TAST), Burford (BUR) and Carson Block of Muddy Waters and N Brown (BWNG) which prompts me to ask when the taxpayer will have to bail out the banks?

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Tasty plc – after discounted fundraising bore out my prior caution, what do interims now show?

Previously writing on Wildwood and dim t restaurants company Tasty plc (TAST), I reviewed discounted fundraising bears out my prior caution, though where from here?. Now results for its half-year ended 30th June 2019…

Tasty – discounted fundraising bears out my prior caution, though where from here?

Writing last month on Wildwood and dim t restaurants group Tasty (TAST) with the shares at 6.5p, I concluded that the noted trading and financial situation saw me retain prior caution. Today a placing & open offer announcement…

Tasty – results the Chairman is “pleased to be reporting”… why the further 20%+ share price fall then?

Tasty (TAST) Chairman Keith Lassman states “I am pleased to be reporting on the group's annual results for the 52 week period ended 30 December 2018”. The shares have responded currently to 6.5p – 23.5% lower!...

Tasty – half-year results, “well placed to resume growth”?

Wildwood and dim t restaurants company Tasty (TAST) has announced results for its half year ended 1st July 2018, including “in February 2018 we implemented major operational structural changes and are beginning to see early signs of improvements which we expect to continue in the second half of the year”. The shares have currently responded, er, approaching 15% lower, at 14.5p!…

Tasty – 2017 results, “significant positive changes throughout 2018”?

Wildwood and dim t UK restaurant company Tasty (TAST) has announced results for the 2017 calendar year – with “highlights including; “Revenue up 9.7% to £50.3m” and “The financial performance of the group was in line with the board's revised expectation”. Hmmm, “revised expectation” hey…

Tasty – 2017 trading update states “in line”, so why the precipitous share price decline?

Trading Update for the 2017 calendar year from Tasty plc (TAST) includes that “trading for the period has been in line with expectations”. However, the shares are currently a further more than 5% lower below 30p having commenced 2017 at more than 140p. Hmmm…

Tasty – Interims leave a sour undertone

AIM-listed restaurant group Tasty plc (TAST) served up its interims to 2 July this morning. Starters included good news that revenue was up 12% and that four new sites were opened. But the main course left a bad flavour in the mouth, reflected in the (last seen) drop of 12% in the share price.

Tasty – “trading across the estate below management's revised expectations”. Uh oh…

March-announced 2016 results from restaurant group Tasty (TAST) included that “the directors believe the group's core 'Wildwood' brand remains attractive to customers”, but that “trading since year has proved challenging and the directors are now expecting headline operating profit for 2017 to be below that achieved in 2016”. Hopefully the warning was heeded as the shares are currently further lower on the back of a “Trading Statement” announcement…

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Tom Winnifrith Bearcast - How the Shipmans are buttering up my Dad plus punishing the wrong folks at Tesco

My father is being charmed and buttered up by the quacks at Warwick Hospital and I am off there shortly for a pre operation chat. Ahead of that I look at Tesco (TSCO) and its fines today - we really have got white collar crime all wrong in this country. Then I look at Genel (GENL), Tasty (TAST) which is really not very tasty at all, Advanced Oncotherapy (AVO) which is is utterly inedible and Sound Energy (SOU) where the issue is valuation. Surely the good news is in the price already? 

Zak Mir's Bull Call Of The Day No.1: Tasty: Ultra Trending Situation

What can be seen on the daily share price chart of Tasty (TAST) is the way that even though this has been an extended bull run, the real excitement for the shares has occurred over the past couple of months in terms of position action for the longs.

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