Share Name Share Symbol Market Type Share ISIN Share Description
Nichols Plc LSE:NICL London Ordinary Share GB0006389398 ORD 10P
  Price Change % Change Share Price Bid Price Offer Price High Price Low Price Open Price Shares Traded Last Trade
  +8.00p +0.51% 1,564.00p 1,562.00p 1,578.00p 1,575.00p 1,551.00p 1,572.00p 11,838.00 16:35:08
Industry Sector Turnover (m) Profit (m) EPS - Basic PE Ratio Market Cap (m)
Beverages 109.3 28.0 60.3 25.9 576.86

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DateSubjectAuthorDiscuss
05/11/2016
14:35
Get ready for christmas guys, its not cancelled!
alcoholtradebuyer
14/9/2016
14:35
Big selling today....what's going on?
ygor706
25/8/2016
16:36
Yes, Summer is unseasonable, in August. Lol !!!!!!!!!!!!!
eeza
25/8/2016
16:18
Was on a normally deserted UK beach yesterday and almost got trampled to death by the crowds. The soft drinks manufacturers must be making a fortune out of the unseasonable weather.
ygor706
22/7/2016
13:23
Another set of good numbers. Have made a lot of money out of this share over the years and although I took profits last year I'm still happy to hold a reasonable position. Britvic arguably offers better value just at the moment because of its yield and a couple of years of good cash flow which has improved the look of it's balance sheet. Nevertheless, Nichols is still a star as far as I'm concerned!
ygor706
21/7/2016
08:55
HTtps://www.insidermedia.com/insider/national/vimto-owners-revenues-boosted-by-acquisition?utm_source=northwest_newsletter&utm_campaign=northwest_news_tracker&utm_medium=manufacturing_article
davebowler
16/5/2016
18:14
what are you talking about?
cnx
10/4/2016
19:03
46% of sales are already sugar free (annual report). That will rise further in the two years before the 'sugar tax' takes effect.
lobby ludd
16/3/2016
14:43
.. NICL sharply down today owing to sugary drinks levy proposed in UK budget. Per litre level of tax is not announced however estimate is that levy will raise incremental tax revenue of £520 mln. Nielsen estimates the UK soft drinks industry at £7200 mln sales pa .. so that would imply a levy of 6.8%. Think NICL could live with that and think the 10% drop in the stock (on minuscule volume) is an overreaction... GLA ...
taudelta1
16/3/2016
14:02
Agree Grosvenor.......it's only a matter of tweaking the sweetener for those who don't like paying the tax ..... even if it does happen! Hardly rocket science.
ygor706
16/3/2016
13:59
Hopefully an over reaction.
grosvenor
16/3/2016
13:57
Budget - sugar tax?
typo56
16/3/2016
13:52
10% drop - sugar tax - should have seen that coming :-(
grosvenor
02/3/2016
21:45
Chuffed with the results. I got in a £12. Plan to hold this for a long time.
guernseymoney
02/3/2016
11:10
Mention on 27 Feb of NICL here - NICL target 1450p: Berenberg initiated coverage on the four UK mid-cap soft drinks manufacturers, highlighting a preference for Britvic and Nichols. “We feel this market is often overlooked by investors due to the lack of absolute growth in the end-markets. However, we believe these businesses score well on several elements relative to our broader UK mid-cap coverage.” The bank said they typically generate strong and stable margins driven by operating efficiencies, they can deploy capital on value-accretive M&A, and they have demonstrated a good level of success by UK and international expansion. It started Britvic and Nichols with a ‘buy’ rating and 850p and 1,450p price targets, respectively. The bank said its preference for these two was mainly due to a combination of a propensity for future EPS upgrades and reasonable valuations. On Britvic, it said EPS momentum was stabilising and there are several areas that could surprise to the upside, such as margin uplift from supply chain investment, Fruit Shoot’s move into the $2bn US multipack market, and the International division returning to profitability. “We believe these upside risks are not reflected in the current 14.3x FY 2016E P/E multiple, which makes the stock the cheapest among soft drinks peers and in the broader consumer sector.” As far as Nichols is concerned, it said recent acquisitions of Feel Good and Noisy Drinks have helped drive strong EPS momentum. In addition, the company generates much higher margins and return on invested capital than most peers.
fbrj
02/3/2016
09:56
Today: another set of cracking full-year results from the Purple Nectar.
lobby ludd
24/2/2016
09:43
The Vimto Caliphate http://www.bbc.co.uk/news/blogs-trending-35640385
strollingmolby
08/1/2016
11:56
hTTp://www.insidermedia.com/insider/national/vimto-owner-on-track-despite-challenging-uk-market?utm_source=liverpool_newsletter&utm_campaign=liverpool_news_tracker&utm_medium=manufacturing_article
davebowler
11/12/2015
13:49
nice bowl forming on the chart
robow
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