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
  6.00 0.23% 2,670.00 2,667.00 2,669.00 2,691.00 2,646.00 2,670.00 951,953 16:35:11
Industry Sector Turnover (m) Profit (m) EPS - Basic PE Ratio Market Cap (m)
Food Producers 15,574.0 1,279.0 127.5 20.9 21,138

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13/8/2018
09:37
Primark is an incredible achievement. In terms of the US they are being eminently sensible in adopting a highly conservative expansion. And would expect no less, as the Weston family have a controlling stake in ABF.
essentialinvestor
12/8/2018
20:35
I do LOL when I read the doom mongering posts of Queen Gibbs. Primark is a shining light on the high street and a magnet for customers in the UK and now more so overseas. Wake up and smell the coffee. Not all buyers want or can shop for what they need on-line. DYOR especially with respect to the potential growth in the US.
tlobs2
12/8/2018
09:31
Morning EI , that Amazon comparison is stunning :-)
philanderer
11/8/2018
19:53
The share price has dropped 29% since October Primark growth is slowing as stated The USA stores aren't working anywhere near as expected Several key people have left The business rates are the business rates are only one reason the stores are being hurt The change of retail is driven by customers & their choice in how they spend If a business is arrogant enough to believe that they don't need multi channel retail then good luck to them .............it will be costly
queen gibbs
11/8/2018
11:45
Phil, the business rates on HoF Oxford Street annually, equate to the entire UK corporate tax paid by Amazon last year. On ABF, mentioned previously some PE multiple compression would not surprise me, particularly without yield support and with the incredible Primark growth slowing. The balance sheet looks pristineand ABF appears very well run, around 18x forward now looks more reasonable than 24/25 X of 12 months ago. Yield still sub 2%.
essentialinvestor
11/8/2018
08:45
Philip Hammond signals 'Amazon tax' as high street retailers feel the pressure The chancellor said he was ready to consider an online-platform tax based on the ‘value generated’ by the company HTTPS://www.independent.co.uk/news/uk/politics/philip-hammond-amazon-tax-high-street-retail-online-business-rates-a8486446.html
philanderer
11/8/2018
08:41
Price Slump Of Associated British Foods Is Signal To Buy HTTPS://seekingalpha.com/article/4197818-price-slump-associated-british-foods-signal-buy
philanderer
10/8/2018
13:06
Share price now at it's lowest since december 2013
philanderer
10/8/2018
09:29
HOF news today - another nail in the coffin of the High Street Another reason why not to visit! Potentially the most jobs lost in a single year in retail? It's a disaster for both those directly & indirectly involved
queen gibbs
10/8/2018
09:17
High Street falling apart. Ashley spending £90m to pick off parts of House of Fraser... 17,000 jobs at risk , terrible news for those people :-( edit: just noticed FTSE100 and FTSE250 now unchanged for 2018
philanderer
09/8/2018
11:02
ABF - overall the share price has dropped 30+% in recent times The group have relied on Primark's performance during that time This is a dangerous game to play in the current climate - the high street as a retail destination is dead & buried The lack of online presence was always down to ignorance/arrogance - this will bite hard & the 2020 vision of 'click & collect' is so dated it belongs in the ark! The leadership team & far & away not what it used to be & the retail DNA that always delivered has been lost, as several key figures are no longer in the business Interesting times ahead?
queen gibbs
06/8/2018
07:28
Thanks Nils ...... a very bullish article indeed :-)
tlobs2
05/8/2018
11:59
https://www.irishtimes.com/business/retail-and-services/primark-s-fast-fashion-makes-it-fastest-growing-retailer-in-the-us-1.3585774
nilsholgerson
01/8/2018
11:40
You might as well read across from BP. Comparing primarni to next.... ;)
mozy123
01/8/2018
10:58
Yes - not such a smart entry point!
skinny
01/8/2018
10:56
Read across from NXT.
philanderer
27/7/2018
11:37
Looks like the 2355/2391 area is reasonable recent support. I've made an initial purchase @2461.
skinny
27/7/2018
11:33
You looking for £20 then skinny being the next level of lower resistance? Looks like a gift horse at the current price?
mozy123
27/7/2018
10:55
I haven't held these for years, but they are back on my list.
skinny
23/7/2018
12:07
Best one for me today 👍
philanderer
20/7/2018
09:00
Large new Primark opening in the Trafford Centre....... I've just added a few more as thankfully (sugar apart) the company have reported strong improvements across the whole group. I will cling on to them all the way back up to 2900p :-)
tlobs2
20/7/2018
08:30
Yes ABF the top dog of my lot now by a mile. 🤓🤓🤓 Edit... and still haven't opened the new Primark in Toulouse. 😳😳😳
philanderer
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