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Companies: Vertu Motors PLC
Consumer demand for Escape Hunt’s experiential leisure sites has rebounded strongly since reopening. At the same time, the company continues to gain scale with acquisitions outperforming and site rollouts on track to exceed targets. Such solid trading and operational progress improve the company’s long-term profit outlook.
Companies: Escape Hunt Plc
Vertu has released an unscheduled trading update, delivering another earnings upgrade to 2022E, this time in excess of 30%. This is driven by the strength of the used car market, although we believe Vertu is outperforming particularly in terms of securing supply. We believe the shares remain significantly undervalued, and that it remains well placed in the sector.
Lookers has announced a fourth upgrade to 2021 forecasts following an unscheduled H1 trading update yesterday. As a result, we are lifting our current year forecast for underlying PBT by 19% from £51.2m to £60.8m. In what is expected to be an exceptionally strong period for Lookers, we expect the Group to deliver EPS of 12.5p in 2021E, close to what our previous blue-sky EPS was of 13.2p back in February. However, we assume this level of performance is not sustained going into 2022E and 2023E as
Companies: Lookers plc
Due to the very stringent restrictions applied in its core markets, IAG’s Q2 ended up similar to its Q1: in line operating results following a weaker-than-expected top line. The capacity outlook still seems depressed which is discouraging the market.
Companies: International Consolidated Airlines Group SA
What a difference a year makes - 12 months ago, the focus, quite understandably, was on the course of the pandemic and the lifting of the Lockdown (1) measures. For investors, it was the sustainability of the rally in markets seen since March 2020. Today, while we are still thinking about the lifting of lockdown measures, we are also concerned about two “old favourites” from previous decades. Inflation and the parlous state of public finances. The BoE has said that although CPI inflation rose to
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Motorpoint has provided an update on Q1 FY22 trading that reflects the unusual supply / demand dynamics currently evident in the UK automotive retail market. Record sales are reported through April and May, before a fall in new car production impacted vehicle availability and so “moderation of revenues” through June and July. Gross margins have remained ‘strong’ through the period. Online demand remains high, representing 61% of sales, whilst two new physical locations are confirmed. We leave re
Companies: Motorpoint Group Plc
Ryanair’s Q1 results were in line with the market’s expectations as a result of better-than-expected traffic and remaining low fares. Early bookings showed an encouraging uptrend and the group now projects higher FY capacity, but the pricing would remain at low levels. The FY net result is hopefully to attain breakeven.
Companies: Ryanair Holdings Plc
Netflix reported a mixed result as it managed to surpass its rather modest guidance of 1 million net subscriber additions by adding 1.54 million subscribers. The company’s revenues surpassed Wall Street expectations but there were concerns associated with the company losing nearly 430,0000 subscribers in its core North American market. Competitive pressures and the limited Originals content being rolled out in the first half of the year was responsible for this loss of subscribers. However, the
Companies: NETFLIX (NFLX:NYSE)Netflix, Inc. (NFLX:NAS)
There were no surprises in M&B’s Q3 trading results. The lfl sales improved gradually since the lockdown restrictions were eased in the UK. The publican also fared slightly ahead of close competitors. The focus now shifts to the profitability details which management will share with the full-year numbers. Our thesis factors in the probability that the pandemic will not worsen in the coming quarters. Positive recommendation maintained on the stock’s valuation.
Companies: Mitchells & Butlers plc
Photo-Me has detailed that the Group’s trading performance was better than expected in May, June and July. This was driven by a stronger than anticipated recovery in photobooth activity, mainly in continental Europe. Guidance for FY 2021 has been raised to sales of c.£210m (previously c.£200m) and adj. PBT of £25-30m (previously £21-24m). We have consequently upgraded our FY 2021E EPS by 22% but leave our FY 2022E forecasts onwards unchanged for now. In effect, we assume the recovery is taking p
Companies: Photo-Me International plc
Companies: Safestay Plc
E-commerce giant, Amazon witnessed a recent dip after Jeff Bezos selling off close to $5 billion worth of the company’s stock. His exit from the CEO role could be a cause of concern for some but we continue to remain optimistic on the stock. The company continued its string of impressive results in the first quarter of 2021, with both top and bottom line surpassing the analyst estimates. The strength of Amazon Web Services (AWS) coupled with consumers turning to e-commerce during the pandemic re
Companies: Amazon.com, Inc. (AMZN:NAS)AMAZON COM (AMZN:NYSE)
Following a challenging 2019, the COVID-19 pandemic extended the task of restoring stakeholder confidence in Lookers, one of the UK’s leading automotive retailers. With the legacy issues now largely dealt with, Lookers can address the challenges and opportunities presented by COVID-19 and the evolution of the UK car market as the adoption of electric vehicles (EVs) accelerates. The strong balance sheet supports continued investment in technology and brands and, with a leading market position, Lo