Share Name Share Symbol Market Type Share ISIN Share Description
Britvic Plc LSE:BVIC London Ordinary Share GB00B0N8QD54 ORD 20P
  Price Change % Change Share Price Bid Price Offer Price High Price Low Price Open Price Shares Traded Last Trade
  +3.00p +0.45% 670.00p 669.50p 670.00p 679.00p 665.50p 679.00p 691,965 16:09:55
Industry Sector Turnover (m) Profit (m) EPS - Basic PE Ratio Market Cap (m)
Beverages 1,431.3 151.9 43.8 15.3 1,761.08

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Britvic Daily Update: Britvic Plc is listed in the Beverages sector of the London Stock Exchange with ticker BVIC. The last closing price for Britvic was 667p.
Britvic Plc has a 4 week average price of 637p and a 12 week average price of 579.50p.
The 1 year high share price is 727p while the 1 year low share price is currently 521p.
There are currently 262,847,973 shares in issue and the average daily traded volume is 1,017,034 shares. The market capitalisation of Britvic Plc is £1,761,081,419.10.
eastbourne1982: Britvic must be a takeover candidate given the share price weakness despite very solid business performance, throw in the weak pound and I wouldn't be surprised if a bid came in from overseas. £7 - £7.50 would be tempting however it would also offer decent value for a buyer.
mozy123: I would have thought a rising £ would have supported the share price. A tax on sugar, like a tax on alcohol and tobacco will do almost nothing to demand. Looking exceptionally cheap, like quiet a few others. Rising bond yields are lumping this share into the consumer staples arena - everything defensive is selling off. Trump wont be able to do anything with a rising rate environment. He has a $20 trill debt holding him back financed at the short end. Adding defensive's in the view of QE4 later down the line.
mozy123: About time Britvic got on the heals of Fever Tree - now if the share price would like to stop falling....
ygor706: I sold out of Britvic at a profit about 2 years ago at a price of nearly £7. My major concern was the balance sheet in a slightly uncertain interest rate environment. Since that time the company's performance has improved and cash flow has significantly deleveraged the balance sheet. The share price, however, has fallen to sub £6. To me it doesn't really make sense unless you believe that Brexit will lead to a hike in interest rates. I suspect that we're in for another round of quantitative easing in August which will hold interest rates down. Politicians/Governments worldwide need interest rates low (or even negative if they can get away with it) because they are the biggest borrowers of them all. With that in mind I bought back into Britvic yesterday and doubled my holding on the fall today. A yield of nearly 4% twice covered is not to be sneezed at. Nichols yields half that amount.
hydrus: A weak share price performance for a long time now, not surprising to see IIs selling. Happy to hold.
philanderer: Soft drinks group Britvic is up 2p at 690.5p despite worries about increased competition following news that rival Coca-Cola Enterprises (CCE) planned to merge with private Coke bottlers in Spain and Germany. Societe Generale raised its rating from hold to buy, and Shore Capital also issued a buy recommendation. Shore analyst Phil Carroll said: Clearly, this is relevant to Britvic which in fairness we believe has been outperforming CCE in the UK in recent years so from CCE’s perspective improvement in performance is needed. Britvic’s outperformance of its main competitor continued to be evident in its recent third quarter trading statement where management stated the Pepsi portfolio continues to gain market share on a volume and value basis. As to whether [the new merged group] can outperform Britvic in the future, only time will tell but based on the recent past, Britvic has shown how effective it is when it comes to its marketing, revenue management and innovation capabilities. Therefore, we are not overly concerned by the news at this stage and would certainly encourage investors to take advantage of any potential weakness in Britvic’s share price of the back of this deal announcement. HTTP://
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welloiledbeefhooked: Debt coming down. Should be just over three times profit by next year. P/E will be approx 15. About as high as you would like. Cost savings, expansion in USA, profits up, dividend up. Share price doubled in last two years, yield of approx 3%, divi. cover x2
brain smiley: LONDON (SHARECAST) - Panmure Gordon has retained its 'hold' rating and 380p target price for soft drinks group Britvic after Wednesday's announcement that the Office for Fair Trading (OFT) has referred the firm's proposed merger with AG Barr to the Competition Commission. The rationale behind OFT's move is said to be on concerns of a potential loss of competition for brands such as IRN-BRU and Orangina. Panmure said: "This decision seems bewildering given the relatively small share each of these brands has of the £9bn GB soft drinks market and the fact that Coca Cola and Private label combined account for c.50% of the GB Take Home market." Britvic also announced that its anticipated EBIT (earnings before interest and tax) range for the current year ending September 2013 is £125-131m. Panmure, which was current at the top of that range (expected EBIT of £130m), has now cut its forecast to £127.2m to reflect the challenging trading environments in Britain, France and Ireland. The earnings per share estimate has been reduced from 31.42p to 30.85p. Following yesterday's 9.0% share-price drop, the broker said that Britvic's shares are trading at 13 times earnings, a 29% price-to-earnings ratio discount. "We believe that there remains a substantial appetite amongst both boards to complete this merger and we are of the opinion that should the terms of the merger be renegotiated Britvic are likely to be in a stronger position. "However we await the full details of the OFT's decision before re-considering our recommendation on the shares." Shares were down 7.36% at 389p.1p by 09:59 on Thursday.
bam bam rubble: In the 3 years to Oct 2007, gross margin averaged 60.9% (range 61.4-60.0%) In the 3 years to Oct 2010, gross margin averaged 54.4% (range 55.3-54.0%) In the 1 year to Oct 2011 gross margin dropped to 51.4% and they've announced current trading at the bottom end of expectations before including the £15-25m hit to profits Rising debt Oct 2005: -£236m Oct 2006: -£302m Oct 2009: -£451m Oct 2011: -£573m, £43m cash Apr 2012: -£600m, -£6m into overdraft Net trade & payables, pension liability and income tax (Oct 2011): -£177m less £69m derivative gain = other net liabilities of -£108m So net debt & other liabilities of around -£715m (not including inventory). The working capital situation will deteriorate this year with the bottle cap problems and weakening trading requiring further debt drawdowns. Potentially looking at -£750m by end of year. Add the debt to the market cap and its difficult to justify the current share price.
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