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Share Name Share Symbol Market Type Share ISIN Share Description
Aston Martin Lagonda Global Holdings Plc LSE:AML London Ordinary Share GB00BN7CG237 ORD GBP0.10
  Price Change % Change Share Price Bid Price Offer Price High Price Low Price Open Price Shares Traded Last Trade
  4.00 0.2% 1,974.50 1,974.50 1,978.00 1,984.00 1,916.00 1,957.50 168,353 15:19:45
Industry Sector Turnover (m) Profit (m) EPS - Basic PE Ratio Market Cap (m)
Automobiles & Parts 611.8 -466.0 -543.0 - 2,269

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DateSubjectAuthorDiscuss
07/4/2021
12:36
Seen my third DBX in the last day or two Metallic lilac colour... Did look good..
ignoble
07/4/2021
10:50
I'll be ordering a Hybrid or the S model when they are available. Hopefully sometime later in the year.
pwal
06/4/2021
18:53
Swiss' some split shifts operating at the moment, all back in next week as I understand.
arai
06/4/2021
10:07
Thanks Aria, only some of the staff? Fairly big drop today, looking like £19 again before too long. Anyone trading these ranges? RobbieWilliams, you still short?
swiss tony
06/4/2021
09:54
Some furlough staff heading back in this week. Good or bad, who knows.
arai
28/3/2021
19:40
Not a good start to F1 season, 10th place by Stroll, very much a lot to prove!
bookbroker
28/3/2021
15:03
Currently still Wales, I think that is what the concerns are though.
arai
27/3/2021
20:38
Thanks Aira, I am sure the whole BB appreciates your input here. Is the DBX still being made in Wales?, Or can that be moved to Gaydon too?
swiss tony
27/3/2021
19:23
Swiss' I have family that work at Gaydon. The rumour mill is flying off its mounts as to what is coming next. Who knows, I can only say what I see. As you have suggested, this will not be a year to get excited about.
arai
27/3/2021
16:42
I did some more homework on Stroll: Https://neckar.substack.com/p/thinking-big-lawrence-strolls-race Interesting to read that he is fallible, and made a whopper of a mistake with Asprey & Garrard... buying it out, running it so poorly that it became insolvent, and losing hundreds of £millions in the process. Https://www.ft.com/content/8c7792ae-b83f-11da-bfc5-0000779e2340' target='window'>https://www.ft.com/content/8c7792ae-b83f-11da-bfc5-0000779e2340
swiss tony
27/3/2021
11:58
Arai, thanks for update, interesting to see how the Grand Prix goes this weekend, I am not to hopeful of a good result as I think Vettel was the wrong choice as his performance when driving in traffic was suspect even when at his peak winning in Red Bull. Hope I am wrong as it would be good to see this brand near the front. Pulled out of AM and invested in TT Electronics who have a covid test kit which is supposed to be quick and accurate, total gamble but who knows. Good luck to all holders.
northener
27/3/2021
07:38
Big article in the FT Weekend Magazine about the F1 AM team as a platform to revive the AM road car brand - Nothing majorly new, but good context. The comments below also make quite interesting reading if you can access it online.
spyder
26/3/2021
16:23
Just popped back in here to see how things are going. Latest update is that the 200 leaving Wales has not gone down well over there, lots of projects have moved back to Gaydon, Valk is back at Gaydon as well. All sports cars production has gone from 4 production lines back to just 1. Still have staff on furlough. All looks very challenging still at the moment and if ou are invested here and the tourism industry you are having a bad time of it. Roll on the latter part of the year.
arai
26/3/2021
09:30
Good spot Spyder. I watched the BBC documentary on China recently, mental! People have to do as they are told there, anyone who disagrees doesn't have a happy life. Let's hope the trade war doesn't get out of hand.
swiss tony
26/3/2021
09:13
Good to see the share price bounce this morning. Just noticed the headline in the Times; “Boycott western brands, Beijing tells shoppers” - could this have an impact? There does seem to be an escalation of trade tensions and sanctions rhetoric.
spyder
26/3/2021
09:12
End of tex year won't be helping either....
swiss tony
26/3/2021
08:56
You can already see that DBX will be the biggest part of sales. Outside of Europe things are better. Australia was fully subscribe I believe. The USA will continue without missing a step! And of course China. As just said things are volatile at the moment. GP this weekend. Onwards and upwards. But not in a straight line.
pwal
26/3/2021
08:44
The likes of Lamborghini and Bentley are enjoying record sales, presumably mostly in the UAE and China, I’m confident in the medium term outlook for AML agreed though this year could be choppy, GLA
bashor
26/3/2021
07:43
Hey Aston, good to hear from you, it's always nice to have respectful debates on here. I don't think anyone can disagree with the fact Europe is in trouble right now, sales will decline as a result. It will be interesting to see how much support the share price has around this level over the next few days/weeks though. True long termers dont care so much about movements right now, but the share price is down 20% from its recent high, so there is potential for top ups, newcomers buying, and twitchy folk selling too. It intrigues me hugely. Clueless retail traders are adding volatility everywhere, I can't wait for the world to gain a bit more normality and most them will disappear back to work again.
swiss tony
26/3/2021
06:20
Hello everyone, how are we doing? Choppy waters huh! @swisstony long time, how are you keeping?! European car numbers are out for AM. hxxps://carsalesbase.com/europe-aston-martin/ Feb numbers: DBX 35 DBS. 13 DB11 10 Vantage 23 Not the best figures, anyone will agree on that. Europe is entering round 3 lockdown and some people would see this as a year on year decline compared to 2020 but smarter LTH can’t/ won’t compare jan 2020 to jan 2021 although people obviously are, hence sell off. It’s a long term hold and anyone fretting over these fluctuations has clearly bought in with the wrong expectations. Look at the US Nasdaq right now for example, it’s all over the place, with the interest going up on bond yields, the fed seemingly not interested. But smart investors will be buying these dips and looking for upside when the storm blows over (predicting by august). Same is true here, but I think it’s going to be 2021/2022 really we’ll see some serious movements.
astonbroome
25/3/2021
20:26
Yeah, sorry to hear that Northerner. At least you know the price now is lower than when you sold. Support at 1890 could be interesting in the near future, it's bounced off that level twice. Keep your eyes on it and see what Q1 and Q2 numbers are like, plenty time to think about it. AML are obviously concenratng on a new DBX model, which is slightly worrying for me, I can't see them selling 3000 this year, which is management's target. More downside than upside for the near time I would guess. I don't envisage much good news to raise the price in the next few months.
swiss tony
25/3/2021
19:58
I'm sorry to hear that you made a loss, but there are always opportunities out there. I think that Stroll will realise that he's out of his depth and bail. He really isnt needed for developing the brand - and brings nothing to the table, in my opinion.
robbie_williams
25/3/2021
19:40
Sold out some time ago at a loss, 12 March when 95 redundancies announced at St Athan (200 with contractors) which is DBX production plant felt this was not a good sign. If DBX had a full order book then redundancies would be elsewhere? Long term I hope this will do well as I believe Mr Stroll will develop the brand but with big debts if DBX is not selling well they will have problems with finance hence possible further cash call?. Good luck all
northener
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