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Diageo Share Price (DGE)

Share Name Share Symbol Market Type Share ISIN Share Description
Diageo LSE:DGE London Ordinary Share GB0002374006 ORD 28 101/108P
  Price Change % Change Share Price Bid Price Offer Price High Price Low Price Open Price Shares Traded Last Trade
  +17.50p +1.00% 1,762.50p 1,762.00p 1,763.00p 1,765.50p 1,752.00p 1,754.50p 877,152 09:17:42
Industry Sector Turnover (m) Profit (m) EPS - Basic PE Ratio Market Cap (m) RN NRN
Beverages 15,966.0 2,933.0 95.0 18.6 44,333.62

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28/11/201212:30The Irresponsibly Active Diageo Investors Club20
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anley: Do you mean "yield" if so then at £17 that would be even more interesting!! We all have to accept that what is keeping the USA going is the consumer and if he were to stop or reduce his drink expenditure then there would be a serious problem for the share price and the economy. DGE are doing all the right things but like many big businesses fighting head winds - China slowing down and reducing expenditure of booze (malts and fine wines) the oil problem and world liquidity so what is the point in moving around a guy who still needs to sort out the Indian company and Nigeria as that country has turned away - for the moment - from a dark brew. Meanwhile the Brazalian boys will be keeping an eye on events.
anley: The share price goes nowhere and there is no momentum either within the company or the chart............therefore I stand by what I have said and that is wait and watch for a cheaper entry point perhaps another £1 to £2 lower.
anley: and that is a big market for their drinks portfolio including malt whiskey which I have been researching recently. To be honest I would like to see the share price well down so I can buy a big position and wait for the take-over. No rush as the Brazilian boys are watching and waiting.........
philanderer: Good article here from a couple of weeks ago, covers most of the bases.... Nick Train: Why I'm still keen on investing in Diageo shares, but the board should be 'looking over its shoulder' due to recent share price performance HTTP://www.whatinvestment.co.uk/financial-news/shares-and-trading/2489491/nick-train-why-iand39m-still-keen-on-investing-in-diageo-shares-but-the-board-should-be-and39looking-over-its-shoulderand39-due-to-recent-share-price-performance.thtml
philanderer: Talks to sell wine busines HTTP://invezz.com/news/equities/20453-Diageo-share-price-Drinks-giant-in-talks-to-sell-wine-business
broadwood: Getting a wee bit hacked off with the share price performance over the past year. Results in about three weeks. It may have to go.
bikeaholic: Whats weighing on the share price? Bit of a double whammy with it going the opposite direction of the FTSE. as well.
broadwood: Yep, very strong results should see share price continue to move North.
broadwood: Heineken said beer sales were down. reddit this Diageo was among the biggest risers this morning after the drinks giant cheered investors with a 17% jump in full-year profits. Shares in the maker of Guinness stout rose 5% to 1,173p as the group reported a boost to its bottom line from increased sales of higher-priced brands such as Johnnie Walker whisky, Kenel One vodka and Tanqueray No. 10 gin. It also set an ambitious double-digit profits growth target for the medium term. Strong sales growth in Asia and other emerging markets outweighed smaller increases in the US and a decline in Europe, on reduced demand from Portugal, Greece and Spain. Diageo's share price rise contributed to a modest increase in the FTSE 100, which rose by 22 points, or 0.4%, to 5,228 points in morning trading. Richard Hunter, head of equities at Hargreaves Lansdown Stockbrokers, said: "Investors are raising their glasses after another robust set of numbers from the drinks giant. The metrics continue to perform as they should – increased profits resulting from margin improvements, reduced costs, additional free cash flow and, as a sign of confidence further out, a hike in the dividend." "Diageo's global presence is reaping dividends, allowing the company to ride a wave of growth in emerging markets, such as the growing popularity of Scotch in the Asian region. The group is also well placed to purchase further brands as and when the opportunities arise, and the stated performance is in stark contrast to the difficulties which have beset some of its peers," Hunter continued.
gateside: http://www.independent.co.uk/news/business/sharewatch/investment-column-uncertainty-puts-unilever-on-hold-1681088.html Diageo Our view: Hold for now Share price: 881p (+26.5p) There were drinks all round at the world's biggest distiller, Diageo, yesterday. The company's shares jumped 3.1 per cent after it reconfirmed full-year operating profit growth of between 4 and 6 per cent, even though the first nine months of the year have produced flat sales. The maker of Johnnie Walker whisky and Smirnoff vodka has suffered from weaker demand from Russia, but that should not worry investors if the analysts at Credit Suisse are to be believed. They argue that the worst is behind the company: "We believe Diageo came to terms with the issue of destocking and down trading earlier and more aggressively than its main competitors, and this will bear fruit going forward now that the destocking cycle is nearing an end," they say, adding that the shares will outperform the peer group. We do not disagree that the group is solid, but would prefer to see some numbers to support the above thesis. The group's shares are undervalued, but we would be tempted to wait a little longer before piling in. Hold for now.

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549 1,762.71 12 Feb 2016 09:17:54 GBX
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