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Wed, Jun. 17, 2:43 PM
- Manchester United (NYSE:MANU) is up 4.6% to $17.02 on volume 2X normal activity.
- Baron Capital's founder was on CNBC early today to explain why Manchester shares will sail to $40 as the brand value of the soccer team is fully realized through licensing and media channels.
- MANU hasn't traded over $18 since last summer.
- CNBC interview with Baron Capital Chairman Ron Baron
Wed, Jun. 3, 6:52 AM
- Credit Suisse initiates coverage on Manchester United (NYSE:MANU) with an Outperform rating on a call tied to valuation.
- The soccer club finished in 4th place in the Barclays Premier League which was high enough to qualify it for the Champions League.
- Champions League inclusion provides an extra revenue stream for Manchester United.
- MANU +1.54% over the last 52 weeks.
Thu, May 14, 7:21 AM
- Fewer home games for Manchester United (NYSE:MANU) led to a drop in Q1 of broadcasting and matchday sales.
- Sponsorship revenue was up 22% during the quarter.
- Total operating expenses were up 8.2% despite lower staff costs.
- Guidance: The company points to the club's likely inclusion in the Champions League and a new partnership with Adidas as positive drivers for growth next year.
- Previously: Manchester United beats by 2.73p, revenue in-line (May 14)
Thu, May 14, 7:07 AM
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Fri, Mar. 27, 10:56 AM
- Shares of Manchester United (MANU +2.9%) trade higher as the soccer club puts itself in a strong position to be playing in European competition next year.
- The Red Devils are in 4th place in the English Premier League which would qualify it for the Champions League, and even a 5th place finish puts into the Europa League.
- Broadcast revenue and matchday revenue have been off this year at the parent company due to the club's Europe league exclusion.
Thu, Feb. 12, 7:27 AM
- Manchester United (NYSE:MANU) reports commercial revenue rose 9.7% in Q4 with new sponsorships kicking in.
- Broadcast revenue fell 39.4% during the period due in part to the club's non-inclusion in the UEFA Champions League.
- Matchday revenue was off 8.3% with fewer less home games in the quarter.
- Operating expenses +6.2%.
Thu, Feb. 12, 7:15 AM
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Nov. 18, 2014, 8:19 AM
- Manchester United (NYSE:MANU) reports Commercial revenue fell 5.2% to £56.8M, due to a 27.1% decline in Retail, Merchandising, Apparel & Product licensing revenue, £1.3M down in Mobile & Content revenue partially offset by 2.4% increase in Sponsorship revenue.
- Broadcasting revenue declined 13.0% to £16.8M, primarily due to non-participation in the UEFA Champions league in the current season.
- Matchday revenue decreased 21.8% to £15.1M, due to non-participation in the UEFA Champions league and one fewer domestic cup home game.
- Operating expenses +2.82% to £92.75M.
- During the quarter the company signed the largest kit manufacturer sponsorship deals in sports with Adidas for £750M over 10 years.
- FY2015 Guidance: Revenue: £385M to £395M; Adjusted EBITDA: £90M to £95M.
- FQ1 results
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