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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 Shares Traded Last Trade
  28.00 1.2% 2,357.00 497,315 16:35:28
Bid Price Offer Price High Price Low Price Open Price
2,360.00 2,362.00 2,373.00 2,342.00 2,345.00
Industry Sector Turnover (m) Profit (m) EPS - Basic PE Ratio Market Cap (m)
Food Producers 13,937.00 686.00 57.60 40.9 18,660
Last Trade Time Trade Type Trade Size Trade Price Currency
17:31:20 O 598 2,346.866 GBX

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12/6/2021
09:20
Associated British Foods Daily Update: Associated British Foods Plc is listed in the Food Producers sector of the London Stock Exchange with ticker ABF. The last closing price for Associated British Foods was 2,329p.
Associated British Foods Plc has a 4 week average price of 2,233p and a 12 week average price of 2,191p.
The 1 year high share price is 2,528p while the 1 year low share price is currently 1,618p.
There are currently 791,674,183 shares in issue and the average daily traded volume is 479,193 shares. The market capitalisation of Associated British Foods Plc is £18,659,760,493.31.
18/5/2021
21:33
m_kerr: not at all UA, for the grocery business alone, i reckon a near 30% return on capital business growing at high single digits is worthy of a premium valuation. with operating profits of about £430m, that would be worth around £7-8bn in this market, maybe more. adding up each component of ABF, i reckon it's worth at least £30bn, compared to the current £21bn enterprise value. it's got no financial debt, which is very rare for company with a substantial food business. most are leveraged at around 8-10x net profits. there's a lot to like about ABF. it is a steady, long term compounder, with a very strong balance sheet.
10/5/2021
17:29
netcurtains: KoP202: I think the wb is bad for ABF. No one wants the risk of tobacco style insurance claims. OK to dabble at it for peoples health but not go mass market . It will end in very big tears if they do. I suspect its that stuff that is holding the price back.
22/4/2021
16:02
essentialinvestor: net, with respect you need to take a look at a longer term price chart for ABF. It's founding family controlled and that may be a reason it's given to price volatility- lower free float %. To make a guessestimate in answer to your question- prior to results sentiment was uber bullish, sometimes more difficult to make short term share price progress that being the case.
20/4/2021
13:39
essentialinvestor: Phil, how many times have we seen this with ABF, 4/5% falls on updates, it's been a pattern for a while now. Wider UKX lower today adding to that. Fair to say that expectations for ABF were already very high.
20/4/2021
13:30
philanderer: Commenting on the results, Richard Hunter at Interactive Investors said the company was being run "carefully" and pointed to profit-taking after a 41% run in the share price over the last six months as the reason behind Tuesday's fall. "Even so, with the way ahead beginning to clear as lockdowns ease, the market consensus of the shares as a strong buy suggests that AB Foods will be well placed to pounce on the recovery." ShoreCap's Darren Shirley also sounded a positive note on the stock, noting how its shares were changing hands on an enterprise value-to-earnings before interest, taxes, depreciation and amortisation multiple of about 8.0-9.0 times. In his opinion, such a "strong and high-quality" business deserved a double-digit multiple. [...]
20/4/2021
10:51
bolo25: Coverage on today's ABF results here hTTps://cube.investments/cube-uk-report-20-april-2021-abf-sounds-caution-on-reopening-trade/
05/1/2021
14:08
philanderer: Afternoon EI, Shore Cap likes ABF :-) Shore Capital: buy into any ABF weakness Covid-19 restrictions continue to disrupt Associated British Foods (ABF)’s Primark stores but Shore Capital says investors should take advantage of any weakness in the share price. Analyst Clive Black reiterated his ‘buy’ recommendation on the group, which bucked the wider market rise to fall 1.68%, or 38p, to £22.26 yesterday. Black said he was not engaging ‘in a moving feast of forecast adjustments’ and will instead wait for a formal update on the figures as, despite the disruption to Primark, the grocery operation is expected to be ‘a net beneficiary from Covid-19-related market conditions’. 4 of 6 key stats Dividend Yield 1.52% Market Capitalisation £18,026.42m No. Of shares out 791.67m Trading volume (90 days avg. 1.163634m Cash Per Share 97.72p Shore Capital: buy into any ABF weakness Covid-19 restrictions continue to disrupt Associated British Foods (ABF)’s Primark stores but Shore Capital says investors should take advantage of any weakness in the share price. Analyst Clive Black reiterated his ‘buy’ recommendation on the group, which bucked the wider market rise to fall 1.68%, or 38p, to £22.26 yesterday. Black said he was not engaging ‘in a moving feast of forecast adjustments’ and will instead wait for a formal update on the figures as, despite the disruption to Primark, the grocery operation is expected to be ‘a net beneficiary from Covid-19-related market conditions’. ‘Through no fault of its own, the New Year news remains a bit mellow for Primark, but we would take advantage of any markdown in the ABF share price as equity markets reopen, should that occur, to participate in a fundamentally high-quality stock, one where Primark in particular is set to be a winner,’ he said. HTTPS://citywire.co.uk/funds-insider/news/the-expert-view-entain-bunzl-and-associated-british-foods/a1445526?section=funds-insider&_ga=2.269209588.400108881.1609855462-1481963480.1609855462#i=4
01/11/2020
21:27
essentialinvestor: * which is why the share price is not over £20.50, the price towards the end of August. spoole, with respect you have been a country mile behind on this, posting multiple times shops would not close again. The share price was well ahead of newsflow and started discounting this early September, just as COVID cases began to rise again.
27/5/2020
12:44
suetballs: I think that Primark will have a fairly slow start and will gradually build as Covid becomes more under control and peeps confidence improves. Also many shoppers will currently be using online such as boo and will continue to do so even when the High Street reopens. However I still think the abf share price will soon be back in the £20's. A well run company. Suet
20/5/2020
13:22
valueinvestor17: Added/bought on this great dip; markets always adjust over time, absolutely no doubt that ABF share price is trading much below fair value but will not stay like this for long, huge gains ahead here IMHO.
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