Associated British Foods Plc
0.50 (0.03%)
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 Shares Traded Last Trade
  0.50 0.03% 1,952.00 702,670 16:35:01
Bid Price Offer Price High Price Low Price Open Price
1,949.50 1,951.00 1,969.50 1,943.00 1,959.50
Industry Sector Turnover (m) Profit (m) EPS - Basic PE Ratio Market Cap (m)
Food Producers 13,884.00 725.00 60.50 32.3 15,453
Last Trade Time Trade Type Trade Size Trade Price Currency
18:45:06 O 2,408 1,952.39 GBX

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Posted at 06/3/2023 19:08 by tlobs2
Must be after that award of £5m shares to the finance director designate today #shocked

"Grant of conditional award"

I hope that one of the conditions are that he doubles the share price within the next twelve months ;-)

Posted at 28/2/2023 10:52 by philanderer
SocGen raises Associated British Foods price target to 2,150 (1,900) pence - 'hold'

Citigroup raises Associated British Foods price target to 2,100 (1,900) pence - 'neutral'

Goldman Sachs raises Associated British Foods price target to 2,200 (2,040) pence - 'neutral'

JPMorgan raises Associated British Foods price target to 1,760 (1,680) pence - 'neutral'

Barclays raises Associated British Foods price target to 2,300 (2,000) pence - 'equal weight'

Deutsche Bank raises Associated British Foods target to 2,300 (2,180) pence - 'buy'

Posted at 27/2/2023 23:54 by philanderer
'Fashion is back', says boss of Primark owner ABF as sales soar despite the cost of living crunch


Posted at 09/2/2023 10:09 by tlobs2
Lack of focus? We must be looking at different companies called ABF ;-)

For clairity .... details of the diverse one that I am posting about are here :-

From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia

Associated British Foods plc (ABF) is a British multinational food processing and retailing company headquartered in London, England.

Its ingredients division is the world's second-largest producer of both sugar and baker's yeast and a major producer of other ingredients including emulsifiers, enzymes and lactose.

Its grocery division is a major manufacturer of both branded and private label grocery products and includes the brands Mazola, Ovaltine, Ryvita, Jordans and Twinings.

Its retail division, Primark, has some 384 stores across several countries, predominantly Germany, Ireland, Netherlands, Spain, and the UK. ACH Food Companies is an American subsidiary.

Associated British Foods is listed on the London Stock Exchange and is a constituent of the FTSE 100 Index.

Posted at 24/1/2023 11:09 by fuji99
A sound business but when it issues a statement like this one, it means it will stagnate in the near future with no growth and if growth is decelarating, the share price has to correct accordingly: "For the full year, our expectation for the Group result overall is unchanged with a significant growth in sales, and adjusted operating profit and adjusted earnings per share to be lower than the previous financial year."
Posted at 02/12/2022 19:28 by tlobs2
LOL. I don't think it was this that drove the share price upwards so rapidly today .....

Description of shares: Associated British Foods plc - ordinary shares of 5 15/22 pence

Number of shares repurchased: 1,313

Date of transaction: 2 December 2022

Average price paid per share: GBp 1,649.6440

Lowest price paid per share: GBp 1,649.6440

Highest price paid per share: GBp 1,649.6440

The Company intends to cancel these Shares.

Posted at 08/11/2022 07:58 by deadly nightshade
Agreed suet these are smart business people that run ABF you don't consistently make billions in profit over the years if your not a well run company. Hopefully share price will soon reflect this
Posted at 06/11/2022 00:26 by philanderer
ABF faces test with results imminent

Associated British Foods' commitment to keeping Primark clothes at bargain prices will face a fresh test when it releases annual results on Tuesday.

ABF – which also owns Twinings and British Sugar – said in September that business in 2022 was on track, but steered analysts to lower forecasts in its next financial year.

Sales are expected to have risen 20 per cent to £16.7billion.

But will ABF's promise not to raise Primark prices any further still be realistic as the cost-of-living crisis bites?


Posted at 08/9/2022 21:13 by deadly nightshade
Any company that averages nearly 800 million profit a year over the past 5 can't be doing that bad. Also this share price was priced higher when covid was rampaging and all the stores were shut so I struggle to get what point you are making essentialinvestor. I read somewhere the debt gearing is only 0.8 so if that don't mean a well run company then I don't know what is. That being said I wouldnt be surprised to see share price screwed down even further knowing how our markets seem to react. Makes you wonder how other companies must be trading because when ever I go into town it's only Primark that seems to be doing any trade every other clothes shops hardly have anyone in but always a long queue in Primark when ever I buy anything
Posted at 24/3/2022 13:22 by cashisking76
ABF share price is now too cheap to ignore and is clearly way too oversold at the moment, hence, just bought in here and joined the ABF party today, will certainly continue to add more at these depressed oversold levels, GLA.
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