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|Day's range||7,991.00 - 8,097.00|
|52-week range||6,326.00 - 10,050.00|
|Beta (5Y monthly)||0.29|
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The collaboration announced on Friday will see the companies develop “kerb-to-kitchen robots” to drop off shopping in homes.
CEO Will Shu said he is 'mindful of the uncertain impact of the lifting of COVID-19 restrictions.'
Just Eat Takeaway has claimed to be winning market share from rivals Deliveroo and Uber Eats after its delivery business surged during the latest lockdown. The Anglo-Dutch company said its delivery operations grew by 695pc in the first three months of 2021 compared with last year, which Just Eat said was “multiple times faster” than the growth rate of its main rivals. Overall order growth nearly doubled in the UK, up 96pc, including both its logistics and marketplace businesses. After years of battling fast-growing Deliveroo and Uber Eats, Just Eat has aimed to stage a fightback with a vast marketing drive including television advertising featuring rapper Snoop Dogg. It is also launching a new “Scoober” division of 2,000 riders employed as workers, rather than freelance contractors. Just Eat recorded 23m credit card transactions in March, including 9m from its pure logistics business. Its unnamed number two and three competitors, understood to be Uber Eats and Deliveroo, recorded 13m and 9m respectively. Deliveroo, which suffered a spectacular share flop when it listed last month, has also claimed a strong start to 2021. It posted a 121pc rise in the total value of orders during the first two months of the year. Just Eat said it had completed 200m orders across its markets, its fourth quarter of growth. The company's rapid growth in delivery logistics implied it had eaten up market share from rivals, analysts said. Ian Whittaker, an independent tech analyst, said: “I can’t imagine Uber Eats or Deliveroo did so much growth.” Jitse Groen, chief executive of Just Eat, said the growth was driven by the pandemic and investment in the business. He said: "We are expanding in both our marketplace and in delivery. A lot of these competitors are heavily loss making and are far more expensive than us.”