Share Name Share Symbol Market Type Share ISIN Share Description
Associated British Foods 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
  -5.00p -0.15% 3,360.00p 3,354.00p 3,356.00p 3,377.00p 3,337.00p 3,361.00p 691,298 16:35:26
Industry Sector Turnover (m) Profit (m) EPS - Basic PE Ratio Market Cap (m)
Food Producers 13,399.0 1,042.0 103.4 32.5 26,600.25

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15:51:093,360.0023772.80NT
15:38:433,360.002066,921.60NT
15:38:263,360.001986,652.80NT
15:35:563,360.002,42681,513.60NT
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19/10/2017
09:20
Associated British Foods Daily Update: Associated British Foods is listed in the Food Producers sector of the London Stock Exchange with ticker ABF. The last closing price for Associated British Foods was 3,365p.
Associated British Foods has a 4 week average price of 3,148p and a 12 week average price of 2,925p.
The 1 year high share price is 3,377p while the 1 year low share price is currently 2,335p.
There are currently 791,674,183 shares in issue and the average daily traded volume is 584,953 shares. The market capitalisation of Associated British Foods is £26,600,252,548.80.
01/9/2017
18:15
philanderer: 'Credit Suisse raises ABF target price, highlights margins and valuation' (ShareCast News) - Analysts at Credit Suisse bumped up their target price for shares of Associated British Foods, highlighting the potential for the introduction of a 'Click and Collect' model and the likely boost to earnings from currency tailwinds alongside an 'attractive' entry point in valuation terms. Foremost, they highlighted the company's sustainable cost advantage versus peers and then went on to explain how introduction of an online 'Click and Collect' model might boost the firm's margins and sales. As for the impact from currency swings, the Swiss broker believed it would be premature to look for a positive impact from dollar weakness on the company's EBIT margins. "Currency impact is still to fully work through, mark-downs were abnormally low this year, Primark traditionally reinvests in price, and the US is still in investment phase," they said. However, those FX tailwinds would help when translating its Primark arm's profits from overseas into Sterling, which led the broker to bump up its 2016/18 estimates of retail by roughly 4%. Weakness in Sterling versus the single currency would also boost the company's sugar profits by 6%, it said. Finally, trading on about 29 times earnings, down from 40 times two years ago, Credit Suisse believed the present share price presented a "good" entry point given the ABF's structural growth story. Ahead of the firm's 11 September trading update, Credit Suisse raised its target price on ABF from 3,350p to 3,600p while reiterating its 'outperform' rating. HTTP://www.sharecast.com/news/credit-suisse-raises-abf-target-price-highlights-margins-and-valuation/26385281.html
19/8/2017
22:18
gateside: 300 stores in the US will send the share price way upThat calls for a Twining's tea from ABF to celebrate!
01/2/2017
19:15
bookbroker: A good thing the Weston family most likely pay no attention to the share price, over their ownership in principal they have seen remarkable growth in the business of ABF, in all due respect to Primark in recent years, it is nice for them to know that they will continue to receive large dividends annually for the foreseeable future!
01/2/2017
19:12
bookbroker: I comment on small cos. generally, and most likely a load of hogwash, but it is striking when you see the pressure that is reflected in the share price of large caps. like this and say EZJ. Different sectors completely but no business/conglomerate is immune to the stresses of today's business environment, particularly margin pressure as a result of numerous factors! Getting to the point though is the general markdowns in valuation, it is certainly making investing these days very difficult unless you are really in for the long haul, I mean like BT.A recently, and the loss of capital that can result due to weak trading statements, etc.
26/1/2017
08:09
tlobs2: Have I missed something here? Why the sudden drop in share price?
03/11/2016
09:50
hjs: Bank of England statement today should push £ e/rate higher and in return ABF share price should move higher... long for today
18/5/2016
21:00
gateside: What's happening to the share price here? Not good.
09/11/2015
09:31
zyzzyva: http://www.investorschronicle.co.uk/2015/11/03/shares/news-and-analysis/sugar-s-not-everything-nice-for-ab-foods-OC3I3ili9bcA8sBRZ9mbsN/article.html Analysts at Canaccord Genuity downgraded their forecasts for FY2016. The broker now expects cash profits of £1.48bn for the current financial year, giving EPS of 99.1p, compared with £1.49bn and 102p in FY2015..... Meanwhile, the share price is hovering near a five-year high, giving a toppy multiple of 34 times FY2016 earnings. We downgrade to sell.
28/10/2015
10:31
zyzzyva: and that's another stupid recommendation. how can a stock be a buy if the target price is below the share price? 28th oct Liberum buy tp 3450p
09/7/2015
20:57
philanderer: Primark to debut in Milan Clothing retailer nicknamed Primarni plans three stores in Italy with first branch in home of Armani, Prada and Versace HTTP://www.execreview.com/2015/07/primark-to-debut-in-milan/ Telegraph market report: The decision of discount fashion retailer Primark to venture into the Italian market next year helped Associated British Foods add 149p, or 5.1pc, to its share price, closing at £30.80. In a trading statement, the FTSE 100 company said its earnings expectations for the year were unchanged. Primark is also due to open its first store in the United States in September. Darren Shirley, of Shore Capital, said he expects the stock to trade flat after yesterday’s update, but sees “scope for outperformance over the forthcoming couple of months as market excitement around the US store debut feeds into the share price”. HTTP://www.telegraph.co.uk/finance/markets/marketreport/11729767/Man-Group-jumps-as-commodity-prices-recover.html
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