Share Name Share Symbol Market Type Share ISIN Share Description
Aston Martin Lagonda Global Holdings Plc LSE:AML London Ordinary Share GB00BFXZC448 ORD GBP0.00903968713304439
  Price Change % Change Share Price Bid Price Offer Price High Price Low Price Open Price Shares Traded Last Trade
  -21.30 -5.04% 401.60 401.60 405.00 435.40 401.00 435.40 1,020,809 16:29:55
Industry Sector Turnover (m) Profit (m) EPS - Basic PE Ratio Market Cap (m)
Automobiles & Parts 1,096.5 -68.2 -31.0 - 916

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DateSubjectAuthorDiscuss
22/2/2020
10:03
Looking at £7 share price by summer here
topazfrenzy
21/2/2020
14:58
Gap filled Fill yer boots Back to 500 before you know it
topazfrenzy
19/2/2020
09:36
Stroll will end up owning this company ( almost) entirely, for pennies on the pound, you dont think he will have a plan up his sleeve? One thing for certain, equity holders will be wiped out, could become quite newsworthy as rather a lot of usual private mug punters got sucked in.
porsche1945
05/2/2020
08:40
https://www.caradvice.com.au/823832/2020-aston-martin-dbx-357000-suv-sold-out-in-australia/Good demand indication, albeit a small volume market. Managing supply to meet demand will be a challenge across the world.
madandy60
31/1/2020
21:53
They did very well to get the raise away at £4. That's what you get with two bidders. Without competition it would have been much lower. I just don't think it's enough and unless the F1 and Stroll partnership adds to the bottom line it has to go back down. No sign of what Stroll will do to change things around either.
goliard
31/1/2020
12:02
Lol, keep trying, ... you're funny
notetech
31/1/2020
09:43
They need to change their focus to a service based model. Then they can almost print their own money. If they start to push that part of the business (a la McLaren) then they will be a good investment. They could even split it between heritage, luxury and super or even hyper cars. This should fly if they get that mix right and understand their customers. all IMHO etc.. I have been looking to invest and have invested a small amount this am.
filster
31/1/2020
09:37
Should be closer to £4.25-£4.50p - The bottom now around the £4 mark - still v risky - Someone likes a gamble
tomboyb
31/1/2020
09:36
Ignoble, big price point difference. No holding here. DBX success or otherwise is the key. You can do some research on this, plenty of motor journalists have given initial views.
essentialinvestor
31/1/2020
09:32
No Mars :-)
clocktower
31/1/2020
09:31
Where from, Wuhan!
bookbroker
31/1/2020
09:25
Orders are huge for DBX, the bias (for better or worse) is shifting in this direction, together with the big margin specials. Undervalued!
notetech
31/1/2020
09:07
It’s a heritage brand, pure and simple, why would Stroll buy now, which he has done off course, but could have waited and bought it from the receivers in its entirety. Big sports cars are so y’day, apart from being collectors items, the market is shrinking and the opportunities to drive on the open road declining unless you wish to finish up in a pothole!
bookbroker
31/1/2020
09:03
Just think Aston has lost the Wow factor Most of The Trendy Young Things seem to drive Lambos..
ignoble
31/1/2020
09:02
not sure racing point will be an improvement on the links with Red Bull
redalert
31/1/2020
08:58
It`s only the branding and that will attract more interest in AM - should help orders flow from around the world. Expect to see a big hike in orders after a few months of the F1 season starting.
clocktower
31/1/2020
08:31
The right choice has been made. The F1 link will be massive for AM imo.
clocktower
30/1/2020
17:55
FT just now. Extract ....."Aston Martin has called a board meeting for Thursday evening that may lead to it deciding between two potential investors in an emergency fundraising to help prop up the struggling luxury carmaker. Chinese carmaker Geely and Canadian billionaire Lawrence Stroll are both proposing to invest about £200m for a fresh 20 per cent stake in the business and a place on Aston’s board. The decision over which one will end up investing in Aston is likely to come down to what the new parties bring to the carmaker beyond their funding, which in itself will be a lifeline for the business. Geely wants a technical partnership with its other brands such as Lotus, while Mr Stroll is interested in the Formula 1 possibilities of an Aston relationship, two people said. An announcement may come as soon as Friday morning, although it is possible the board discussions will run over into the weekend, delaying a result until next week, one person cautioned....."
xxnjr
20/1/2020
14:19
Much better to do a dual listing in the US of ADR's pari-pasu with and consisting of LSE stock. The US will be fully subscribed at this price and will attract overseas investors very easily. Then convert LSE stock to ADR's to meet demand. Liquidity is eased, UK demand increases. Price goes up. It's rocket science. Might help to have a final assembly plant in the US; bolt the wheels on and stick the drive-train and glass in, that sort of thing considering how hand built these things are. Alabama springs to mind, just a stone's throw from S. Wales. I dunno, just an armchair commentary...
sojourno
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