HOTC.L - Hotel Chocolat Group Plc

LSE - LSE Delayed Price. Currency in GBp
374.00
+4.00 (+1.08%)
As of 8:38AM BST. Market open.
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Previous Close370.00
Open374.00
Bid0.00 x 0
Ask0.00 x 0
Day's Range366.00 - 375.00
52 Week Range251.56 - 415.00
Volume7,368
Avg. Volume42,900
Market Cap422.014M
Beta (3Y Monthly)1.84
PE Ratio (TTM)39.79
EPS (TTM)N/A
Earnings DateN/A
Forward Dividend & Yield0.02 (0.46%)
Ex-Dividend Date2019-03-07
1y Target EstN/A
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  • Is It Time To Consider Buying Hotel Chocolat Group Plc (LON:HOTC)?
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  • Boasting A 21% Return On Equity, Is Hotel Chocolat Group Plc (LON:HOTC) A Top Quality Stock?
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  • How Does Hotel Chocolat Group Plc (LON:HOTC) Affect Your Portfolio Volatility?
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  • What Do Analysts Think About Hotel Chocolat Group Plc’s (LON:HOTC) Growth?
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  • Hotel Chocolat Group Plc (LON:HOTC): Will The Growth Last?
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  • Reuters

    Hotel Chocolat bucks gloomy Christmas with strong sales

    Hotel Chocolat (HOTC.L) bucked the trend of a disappointing Christmas for many of Britain's retailers, reporting strong sales with growth in all channels - retail, digital and wholesale. While British consumers cut back on spending in the three months to December for the first time since last spring, according to official data, Hotel Chocolat said its total revenue increased 15 percent year-on-year over the 13 weeks to Dec. 30. "Our new store openings (15 in the second half of 2018) contributed 5 percent of the growth in the period, with the balance coming from existing stores, digital and wholesale channels," said co-founder and Chief Executive Angus Thirlwell.

  • Is Hotel Chocolat Group Plc (LON:HOTC) Potentially Undervalued?
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  • How Much Money Does Hotel Chocolat Group Plc (LON:HOTC) Make?
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  • A Spotlight On Hotel Chocolat Group Plc’s (LON:HOTC) Fundamentals
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    Turkey's Yildiz launches Godiva Japan sale - sources

    Turkey's Yildiz Holding has launched the sale of Godiva chocolate's Japanese business with the first round of the auction set to close early next month, sources said. The auction is being handled by Morgan Stanley, said the sources who asked not be identified because the sale process is private. Valuations are not set, with some sources estimating the business to be worth closer to $1 billion.

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    Exclusive - Godiva chocolate owner Yildiz preps Japan business sale: sources

    Yildiz Holding is exploring a sale of Godiva chocolate's Japanese business in a deal that could fetch around $1.5 billion, according to two sources familiar with the matter, potentially letting the company pay down debt and invest elsewhere. Godiva's Japanese business has revenue of around $350 million a year and is likely to appeal to companies or investors with experience in Japan, a fickle market grappling with an ageing population, one of the sources said. Godiva sells its luxury chocolate through hundreds of boutiques in more than 80 countries, as well as wholesale through other stores.

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    Oil majors give FTSE a boost, Next shines

    Britain's top share index edged up on Tuesday thanks to a surge in oil majors as crude prices hit a four-year high, while retailer Next stole the spotlight after a strong update confounded expectations. The FTSE 100 ended up 0.66 percent, with energy stocks and miners contributing the most to the rise. Next (NXT.L) shares jumped 7.7 percent to the top of the FTSE 100 after it raised its full-year profit forecast and struck an optimistic tone on a no-deal Brexit, saying it is well prepared for the eventuality.

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    Hotel Chocolat looks to Japan, U.S. for more growth

    Hotel Chocolat (HOTC.L) will open shops in Japan and the United States later this year, the British chocolatier said on Tuesday, targeting international expansion to drive its long-term growth after profit climbed 13 percent in its latest financial year. For the year ended July 1, Hotel Chocolat reported pretax profit of 12.7 million pounds, 13 percent higher than last year, on revenues that were 11 percent higher at 116.3 million pounds. With a little more than six months before Britain leaves the European Union, the main impact of Brexit on Hotel Chocolat has been from the fall in the value of the pound, increasing raw material costs.