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Mitchells & Butlers FY Pretax Profit Rises 36.2%
Mitchells & Butlers YTD Sales Up 4%, Sees FY Oper Profit Margin Similar To Last Yr
Mitchells & Butlers LFL Sales For 10 Weeks Grew By 2.8%
Mitchells & Butlers PLC is an operator of managed restaurants and pubs. The Company's portfolio of brands and formats includes Harvester, Toby Carvery, All Bar One, Miller & Carter, Premium Country Pubs, Sizzling Pubs, Crown Carveries, Stonehouse, Vintage Inns, Browns, Castle, Nicholson's, O'Neill's and Ember Inns. The Company's segments are Retail operating business and Property business. The Company also operates Innkeeper's Lodge hotels in the United Kingdom, and Alex restaurants and bars in Germany. The Company also offers Dining Out gift cards. The Company's subsidiaries are engaged in the business of leisure retailing, property leasing, property management and finance. The Company's subsidiaries include Mitchells & Butlers Retail Limited, Mitchells & Butlers Retail (No. 2) Limited, Ha Ha Bar & Grill Limited, Orchid Pubs & Dining Limited, ALEX Gaststatten Gesellschaft mbH & Co KG, Midco 1 Limited and Mitchells & Butlers (Property) Limited.
27 Fleet Street
Non-Executive Chairman of the Board
Chief Executive, Executive Director
Ronald Alexander Robson
Non-Executive Deputy Chairman of the Board - Representative of Piedmont Inc.
Tim C. Jones
Finance Director, Executive Director
Gregory Joseph McMahon
General Counsel, Company Secretary
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Mitchells & Butlers <MAB.L> delivered slightly better-than-expected full-year profits on Wednesday as strong sales for both food and drinks offset rising costs, sending the restaurant and pub operator's shares to multi-year highs.
London's FTSE 100 slipped into the red on Wednesday as shares in retailer Kingfisher slumped 8% after its quarterly sales disappointed, and as lack of clarity on the Sino-U.S. trade front remained.
Mitchells & Butlers reported a higher full-year adjusted operating profit on Wednesday, buoyed by stronger food sales at its around 1,700 restaurants and pubs across the UK, and as it kept a tight lid on costs.
Shares in Mitchells & Butlers Plc jumped more than 9% on Thursday as the British pub operator reported higher comparable sales and profit for the first-half of the year, despite increased costs mainly from higher wages.
Shaky investor sentiment after China warned of difficult times ahead due to its trade dispute with the United States led Britain's FTSE 100 into the red, while mounting Brexit worries sank the pound and hit the mid-cap index.
British pub operator Mitchells & Butlers Plc <MAB.L> on Thursday reported a 9.8 percent rise in comparable sales for the three-week holiday season, but warned about the ongoing uncertainty around Britain's looming exit from the European Union.
British pub operator Mitchells & Butlers Plc on Thursday reported a 9.8 percent rise in comparable sales for the three-week holiday season, but warned about the ongoing uncertainty around Brexit.
Mitchells & Butlers Plc's <MAB.L> quarterly comparable sales growth came in just under 1 percent, as its food sales dropped due to Britons favouring its pubs during the football World Cup over its restaurants.
Mitchells & Butlers Plc's quarterly comparable sales growth came in just under 1 percent, as the pub operator's food sales dropped.
British pub operator Mitchells & Butlers Plc <MAB.L> warned of "unrelenting" cost pressures through the second half of the year and into the next, as it posted an 8 percent decline in first-half pretax profit due to a margin squeeze from higher costs.
British pub operator Mitchells & Butlers Plc reported a 8 percent drop in first-half pretax profit on Wednesday, as margins continued to be weighed down by rising costs.
British pub operator Mitchells & Butlers Plc <MAB.L> said on Friday comparable sales in the three-week festive season rose 3.9 percent, kicking off the key Christmas period trading results from pub operators.
British pub operator Mitchells & Butlers Plc said on Friday comparable sales in the three-week festive season rose 3.9 percent, kicking off the key Christmas period trading results from pub operators.
* TRADING THROUGH CORE THREE WEEK FESTIVE SEASON WAS STRONG, WITH LFL SALES GROWTH OF 3.9%
British pub operator Mitchells & Butlers <MAB.L> posted a smaller full-year profit due to higher costs and said it would not pay an interim dividend in 2018, sending its shares down more than 12 percent in morning trade.
British pub operator Mitchells & Butlers said on Thursday its annual comparable store sales improved 1.8 percent, as food and drink sales remained robust, despite inflationary cost pressures.
British pubs group Mitchells & Butlers Plc said its drinks sales shrank 1.2 percent in the past eight weeks, blaming poor weather compared to last year, although food sales rose.
British pubs group Mitchells & Butlers Plc reported a 2.9 percent rise in sales for the 51-week period to Sept. 16 despite poor weather in recent weeks.
* MITCHELLS & BUTLERS - TRADING SINCE HY HAS BEEN STRONG, WITH LIKE-FOR-LIKE SALES GROWTH OF 2.6% OVER 10-WK PERIOD CONTINUING MOMENTUM REPORTED AT HY
British pubs, bars and restaurants operator Mitchells & Butlers Plc reported a 9.6 percent drop in first-half pretax profits on Wednesday, saying that consumer confidence has remained "fragile" throughout this year and last, sending its share price lower.
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