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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
  -70.50 -4.41% 1,526.50 1,405,550 16:35:19
Bid Price Offer Price High Price Low Price Open Price
1,533.50 1,535.00 1,619.50 1,526.00 1,611.00
Industry Sector Turnover (m) Profit (m) EPS - Basic PE Ratio Market Cap (m)
Food Producers 13,884.00 725.00 60.50 25.2 12,085
Last Trade Time Trade Type Trade Size Trade Price Currency
18:16:21 O 5,082 1,553.943 GBX

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17:13:201,539.071,60524,702.14O
17:02:331,595.3888114,055.27O
16:54:421,526.5070110,700.77O
16:54:421,526.502393,648.34O
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05/7/2022
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 1,597p.
Associated British Foods Plc has a 4 week average price of 1,526p and a 12 week average price of 1,510p.
The 1 year high share price is 2,343p while the 1 year low share price is currently 1,510p.
There are currently 791,674,183 shares in issue and the average daily traded volume is 824,548 shares. The market capitalisation of Associated British Foods Plc is £12,084,906,403.50.
21/6/2022
19:57
m_kerr: good company doesnt necessarily mean good investment. if you pay 10 x ebit you've got a better chance of making money than buying it at 25 x ebit. there is huge risk buying shares priced for perfection, and great opportunity buying good companies cheaply. the assumptions made to price this at £12.8bn, and enterprise value of approx £11bn are very pessimistic indeed. e.g. if instead of declining, primark does as ABF expect and grow by 30% in the next few years, we could be looking at ebit of more like £1.5-2.0bn in 5 years.
20/6/2022
22:31
m_kerr: they should break well over £1bn in EBIT. the shares are very cheap given the roughly £2bn of net cash they will have by the year end. an EV/EBIT multiple of about 10 for a well run company with a proven business model is remarkable. the share price also totally ignores primark upside.
18/5/2022
15:19
dexdringle: No it wouldn't. The NAV is only £12 per share. A buyback at £16.50 would literally be like buying £1 coins for £1.30 each. Only where the NAV is miles above the share price is a buyback worthwhile.
14/4/2022
17:02
thecomposer: "Why ABF's share price is cheap and attractive right now": "This one-time FTSE 100 favourite has been through some tough times, but the future is looking much brighter and the shares are cheap" HTTPS://moneyweek.com/investments/stockmarkets/uk-stockmarkets/604684/why-abfs-share-price-is-cheap-and-attractive-right
24/3/2022
13:22
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.
11/3/2022
17:48
essentialinvestor: rogue, once rated very highly, ABF sold over £33 a share just a few years back. Some hefty mean reversion on the multiple which is now effectively back to a 2010 rating. The share price is double 2010 as profitability has significantly moved forward. As Primark growth slowed - it could not keep growing at the same %, ABF de-rated.
08/3/2022
18:44
essentialinvestor: Is this share price partly as a result of ESG investment trends - fast fashion seen increasingly as a no go area?. Last time I can remember ABF on this type of rating was circa 2010.
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
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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