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On The Beach

September 2018

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  • Epic Code:
  • OTB
  • Price:
  • 510p
OTB’s shares picked up speed after saying that although football and the three-month heatwave had suppressed holiday demand, it had been able to mitigate the effect by reducing advertising spend and results will still be in-line with expectations (Peel Hunt forecasts £34m pretax profit for eps of 21p).At the same time, OTB has also made a small bolt on acquisition. It is buying Classic Collection for £20m (£14.6m cash and 607,747 new shares upfront with the remainder deferred for 12 months). Classic Collection dynamically packages luxury beach holidays and sells its packages through a network of third party offline travel agencies (including independent high street agents and homeworkers).OTB plans to ...

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