Share Name Share Symbol Market Type Share ISIN Share Description
Glanbia LSE:GLB London Ordinary Share IE0000669501 ORD EUR0.06
  Price Change % Change Share Price Bid Price Offer Price High Price Low Price Open Price Shares Traded Last Trade
  -0.06 € -0.36% 16.79 € 16.78 € 16.81 € 16.91 € 16.75 € 16.81 € 7,945 12:42:31
Industry Sector Turnover (m) Profit (m) EPS - Basic PE Ratio Market Cap (m)
Food Producers 2,774.3 245.0 62.1 27.0 4,970.52

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28/9/2016
09:20
Glanbia Daily Update: Glanbia is listed in the Food Producers sector of the London Stock Exchange with ticker GLB. The last closing price for Glanbia was 16.85 €.
Glanbia has a 4 week average price of 16.74 € and a 12 week average price of 17.15 €.
The 1 year high share price is 18.85 € while the 1 year low share price is currently 15.40 €.
There are currently 296,040,684 shares in issue and the average daily traded volume is 29,420 shares. The market capitalisation of Glanbia is £4,970,523,084.36.
10/3/2010
08:12
caveat_emptor: Question now is....what premium(loss) are they prepared to take(write down), on the sale terms to the Farmers Coop to be released from a business they don't want any more. If they want to be out of a LOSS making business, they are going to have to take a helluva loss on it!!!! With this uncertainty, the shares look expensive!!! Shades of Greencore, divested of all the Agri business and now operating outside Ireland making 200000 sandwiches every day!!!! This share price could go either way!!! When the dog sees the rabbit, Glanbia will then have no Irish connections save procurement in Ireland. Sad...it used to be a premium IRISH company....just like Hibernian Insurance, now operating it's Aviva customer interface from Calcuta. I pity small Irish shareholders...they have'nt any muscle....and they do not understand Globalism.
10/1/2005
14:56
davejon: ADVFN have apparently switched today to displaying the Glanbia share price in euro (monitor/trades/portfolio screens. Is this an admin slip, or is it going to continue? Anyone know?
23/11/2004
10:03
hypocrite: Easy.......Davy's published a few lines explaining it....milk supplies across Europe......quotas havent been achieved. I would be a seller despite this........ Easy also.....read Moneybags.....Glanbia consistently ignore and refuse to recognise the £100 million black hole in their pension fund.......much less how they are going to deal with it!!! If they had to announce plans to write off 100m what would the share price fall to? Allowing that the figure is only 60 million lower than their bank borrowings???? Caveat Emptor....
21/11/2003
10:45
hypocrite: Wipo1 I was not wanting out of Glanbia....I was taking a small profit on 1/6th of my holding....that is not baling out...... Glanbia is a great company...but understands little about what it takes to have an attractive share price.....much less what it takes to have liquidity in the most important share market.....of course the Dublin guys would love to keep it to themselves...who would'nt I suppose.....that's probably why Kerry are valued SIX-EIGHT times more!!!
21/11/2003
09:45
hypocrite: Well, I have sent my email to all the management, addressing first of course to Mr. Moloney.....I am not holding my breath........ BUT if a company is unaware of the need for several marketmakers in London to facilitate having it's share price traded freely there, then they are simply not going to achieve very much for overseas investors. Moneybags in Phoenix magazine in Dublin has been very critical of the company of late....I havent had much craw up to now for his criticism of the company....but I am beginning to listen now!!!! Caveat Emptor!!!
21/11/2003
08:45
hypocrite: I will be writing reiterating my observation last year to Mr. Moloney, Glanbia's MD, that the chances of Glanbia's share price gaining greater acceptance in the UK and elsewhere, are slim, while the share is limited to two brokers in Dublin, and ONE only in London, Winterfloods, whom I consider to be a small share broker, (this mornings announcement concerning their new focus on OFEX companies would rather endorse that view). Ownership of Glanbia shares in sterling makes it extremely difficult to trade. This London broker, deals a mere 1000 shares, bid or ask. Taking the appropriate figures into account, it is perhaps symptomatic of Glanbia's problems, that the share price trades at 1/6th to 1/8th of it's peer Kerry Group, suggesting the underperformance of the company and its share price, but more particularly the fact that domestically and internationally Kerry have 8 marketmakers(ref:ADVFN) as opposed to Glanbia 2 in Dublin and 1 in London. This morning I decided to trim my sterling holding from 72000 to 60000, and trading on ETRADE execution only, I tried to sell 12000 shares, only to find the order did'nt fill, and immediately after the price on advfn had dropped 4.5p and 5 minutes later, it showed down 5p with a sale of 362 shares, which did'nt take a lot of figuring out as to why. I now realise that Glanbia'a London quotation is not very liquid. I have found this out to my cost on the first and only occasion I have tried to sell a single share in the five years since I have owned them. Caveat Emptor!
26/8/2003
23:00
gateside: Hypocrite....Some excellent posts, there are so many shares out there, this one has gone un-noticed by myself in the past...only wish it hadn't. I have shares in FFY, though which I got a link to GLB and after reading though your posts, would agree that this is an excellent comapny in the making... Will be watching carefully. The RSI is looking a little high, maybe the fact that it is a little over bought is the reason for the decline in the share price today? If this dips to around 125p would seriously consider buying
17/8/2003
15:34
hypocrite: Kerry V Glanbia Peer Performance is everything or so some of the Dublin broking "experts" would have you believe.....well if that is so....why such a divergence in the share price???? Do Kerry have better sales representation for their share price???? Kerry having EIGHT marketmakers, between Dublin, London and the Continent, and an ADR listing in New York MUST mean the Kerry case is better heard than Glanbia's...with a miserable two in Dublin and one in London.....and as far as I can gather no US listing at all.
17/8/2003
10:20
hypocrite: interesting comparison when you ask How far can Glanbia go....... With only one marketmaker in London, and two in Dublin, Consider...... Kerry Group........Turnover last report.....3.7b......shares 185m.....price £10 Glanbia...............Turnover last report....2.3b.......shares 293m.....price £ 1.40 Given the paydown of debt, the funding for acquisitions, the rationalisation of their coop sector(same as Kerry), the emergence of multiple global partnerships, European leadership in Pizza cheese products, global whey producing capacities, focus on ingredients industry(just like Kerry), with a few negatives, such as unhappy farmers(just like Kerry), with rationalisation of Irish agriculture looming on a grand scale, possibly via Supercoop(same issue affects Kerry)....why should this company be trading at a tenth of the Kerry share price????? It has one third more shares in issue, 2/3rds the turnover of Kerry, and if all the other fundamentals by which one judges a profitable operation are coming together, what should our target(expectation) be..... Kerry £10 minus 1/3rd difference in turnover=£7 and less 1/3rd for difference in shares issued=£5 at least!!!!
20/8/2002
18:29
red army: Ok. today has prompted me to say something as this has been on my watchlist for some time.There are a number of reasons to buy. Food producers are holding up reasonably well and may escape the eventual sell off. The share price is not likely to fall substantially due to the market valuation. Interim results due out on the 5th September. Current debt is reducing nicely. Estimated NPBT for the year is £72mill Current P/E based on the above is approx 4 Management now focussing on their core strengths All in all, worth considering - particularly leading up to the interims. DYOR
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