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Share Name Share Symbol Market Type Share ISIN Share Description
Associated British Foods Plc LSE:ABF London Ordinary Share GB0006731235 ORD 5 15/22P
  Price Change % Change Share Price Bid Price Offer Price High Price Low Price Open Price Shares Traded Last Trade
  13.50 0.7% 1,945.00 1,948.50 1,952.50 1,983.50 1,905.00 1,947.50 1,357,419 16:35:13
Industry Sector Turnover (m) Profit (m) EPS - Basic PE Ratio Market Cap (m)
Food Producers 15,824.0 1,173.0 111.1 17.5 15,398

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03/4/2020
13:27
Primark's 30,000-strong workforce to be furloughed in a matter of days as retailer's top brass take a pay cut Executives at Primark owner AB Foods have agreed to take hefty pay cuts Retailer Primark's workforce in Britain will be furloughed on 5 April AB Foods has warned that its earnings will be 'much lower' than forecast https://www.dailymail.co.uk/money/markets/article-8183555/Primarks-30-000-strong-workforce-furloughed-brass-pay-cut.html
philanderer
02/4/2020
00:01
Primark's decision to cancel all its suppliers' orders is branded 'unethical' and 'apocalyptic' https://www.dailymail.co.uk/money/markets/article-8177295/Primarks-decision-cancel-suppliers-orders-branded-unethical-apocalyptic.html
philanderer
26/3/2020
12:12
The owner of Primark has told U.K. landlords it will withhold rent payments after the country’s coronavirus lockdown prompted store closures. Property owners need to “come to the table” after the budget fashion chain’s outlets were closed globally, John Bason, finance director of Associated British Foods Plc, said in an interview. The shutdown is causing 650 million pounds ($764 million) in lost revenue a month. Primark is one of Britain’s most successful retailers, and its request for rent relief shows the extreme levels of distress in the industry as a result of the pandemic. Bloomberg
philanderer
25/3/2020
20:52
Indeed. Some hefty money beginning to move back into this today.....and in volume. I would think this will push up through 2000p tomorrow. AIMO etc.
threadworm
25/3/2020
16:43
Nice rise.... Makes up it not rising with the market yesterday.
gateside
25/3/2020
09:11
I've sold these off this morning. I will be back. Good luck to all holders..... So this rise is down to me :-)
tlobs2
24/3/2020
17:40
One issue on the ABF statement, they do not appear to provide the detail on operating costs that some other retailers have. Look at Greggs statement from yesterday, as one example.
essentialinvestor
23/3/2020
16:40
Had a small amount.
essentialinvestor
23/3/2020
14:53
The virus could just burn itself out, it's happened before. A vaccine looks our best hope atm. In terms of ABF I'm looking to add, thought it may be available lower down.
essentialinvestor
23/3/2020
14:48
Essential - sorry to hear that - stay well. I'm looking for positives too and an eventual exit. But I admit it could be a while yet. Suet
suetballs
23/3/2020
14:24
suet, I'm stuck in as have asthma, so I'm also looking for any positives.
essentialinvestor
23/3/2020
13:04
Today - Germany's infection curve may be flattening. Per their health chief. Suet
suetballs
23/3/2020
11:48
Essential I hear what you say. I'm only looking at trends but on the plus side it does look like we are seeing green shoots in S Korea and China. Suet
suetballs
23/3/2020
11:39
We are barely scratching the surface on cases and can give a quick example. A friend of mine works in a Surrey hospital where two people died of coronovirus, he came down with flu like symptoms last week and is self isolating. Now his girlfriend developed the same symptoms over the weekend. Neither has been tested, nor have other hospital staff. Any member of staff showing symptoms is self isolating. We barely have enough test kits for all patients atm.
essentialinvestor
23/3/2020
11:32
tlobs - I am watching the worldometer site closely. The UK appears to be doing very well on number of cases per million of population. And the cases seem to be slowing down in Italy and Spain.OK they're only numbers but hopefully they will herald that things are getting better. China and Korea are good examples of this. Getting back to abf they have a strong balance sheet and are not a one trick pony and will survive this. Stay safe. Suet
suetballs
23/3/2020
09:53
I disagree warranty. The latest facts appear to show the the UK government have done really well so far to control the spread of this flu like virus. I suspect that many had it around Christmas/New Year time (didn't realise it) and came through it. The latest facts are .... Latest data (Guardian) the infection rates are as follows (data correct at 008.48 UTC 23 March) Italy 59,138 Germany 24,873 Spain 29,909 France 16,018 UK 5,683
tlobs2
23/3/2020
07:45
Or at least do without for a number of years philanderer? We haven’t seen the bottom yet nor anywhere near the end of this awful, destructive virus.
warranty
23/3/2020
00:24
Indeed FTSE futures -300pts Never more obvious now that you should only ever buy shares with money that you can afford to lose.
philanderer
22/3/2020
15:28
Yes this will be messy tomorrow. Suet
suetballs
22/3/2020
14:34
FT reporting Primark temporarily closing UK stores due to the coronovirus.
essentialinvestor
17/3/2020
16:32
Light at the end of the tunnel? ;-)
tlobs2
16/3/2020
18:11
tree shake?
el chupacabra
16/3/2020
10:31
Only just turned on. Must have looked weird earlier :-)
philanderer
16/3/2020
10:13
I tried to buy some at 5p got rejected lol
ny boy
16/3/2020
09:56
Suspended - see rns
tomboyb
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