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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
  -31.00 -1.76% 1,727.50 1,723.50 1,733.50 1,788.50 1,717.00 1,717.00 251,031 16:35:25
Industry Sector Turnover (m) Profit (m) EPS - Basic PE Ratio Market Cap (m)
Automobiles & Parts 611.8 -466.0 -543.0 - 2,008

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DateSubjectAuthorDiscuss
14/12/2020
18:50
Is that equivalent to 80p of all price?
nasnas1
14/12/2020
17:46
Forget today’s graph
bashor
14/12/2020
17:46
Forget today’s graph
bashor
14/12/2020
17:45
This feels better
bashor
14/12/2020
11:34
Share consolidations are like wash rinse and spin cycle allover again...single and double digit shares going through..
diku
14/12/2020
08:15
Pence, 60 Pence.
robingood
14/12/2020
08:06
might get back to the float price at this rate.. ;-)) ADVFN are usually pretty quick to include share splits in their data, once advised..
steve73
14/12/2020
08:02
Lols.Just wondered what was going on here, 13 bagger on the open. Obviously not.
plat hunter
14/12/2020
07:55
1 share for every 20 you own
cliffv69
14/12/2020
07:52
Yes therefore theoretically should open 1417p
bashor
14/12/2020
07:35
Do I understand the RNS correctly that this was a 20 for 1 share consolidation..?
steve73
11/12/2020
15:06
Back to 81 before close
nasnas1
11/12/2020
13:58
They are going to 20%
viking24
11/12/2020
11:03
Well then their holding will probably get bigger next week when this goes to 50p.
robingood
11/12/2020
10:31
Strong buyDaimler Benz have doubled their holding to 10%
viking24
11/12/2020
10:12
Is the reason for today’s hit the battery giga factory to be built in Northumberland rather than Wales close to Astons factory
bashor
10/12/2020
16:33
The UK is bankrupt after 45 years in the EU. We cannot afford to keep importing everything and exporting all our manufacturing jobs to other countries. I find that most remainers are in stable well-paid jobs that do not rely on actually making things. They expect to be supported by the tax-payer, but do not support UK manufacturers who help to create wealth. There are now reports that the Chancellor is going to increase capital gains tax to reduce the fiscal deficit. What will he tax when all the existing wealth is gone? There sure is very little new wealth being created in this country. Far too many jobs are in the service sector feeding people who are quite capable of cooking for themselves. Not really creating wealth. Just spreading it from richer to poorer. The UK is going down the tubes and it is self-inflicted.
willoicc
10/12/2020
01:09
Boris has been over to Ursula's tonight but he couldn't do it . News says something about very a large gap and she stank of fish and he refused to lie down on level playing field for her. Will he do it or won't he? I personally think he'll do it . They're saying try again Sunday. But the shag could potentially go on till end of month . So I'm holding my horses hoping they don't runaway and having a calm Christmas . Hold new horses after that. Got some shopping to do and Might get hit of fishing in before the French turn up.
bakar922
09/12/2020
14:34
Bashor, what a sweeping, remainer, anti govt mantra that sounds. No evidence, no proof, just your gut feeling influenced by all the liberal left, project fear, propaganda you have swallowed. We are leaving. The EU will not remain in control of the UK. We will not be funding their utopian project any more. If that means charging tarriffs on EU goods in response to their bloody mindedness then so be it.They have sucked us dry for 40 years. You are just too blind to see it. Aside from fishing, they decimated one industry after another in the UK to relocate again in other EU countries using our money to fund it. Wake up and start supporting the UK project.
tygarreg
09/12/2020
13:45
Outside of holding AML, a no deal is a terrible position for the future of our kids and country, where is that oven ready deal, what a blithering clown he’s turned out to be
bashor
09/12/2020
12:45
Weak pound has its benefits! It really is a two edged sword!Just imagine we get a deal. The pound goes up 20% We avoid 10% tarriffs. German cars become 30% cheaper than the no deal scenario. That does not help uk car manufactuers! A no deal means pound remains weak, we also slap on a 10% tarriff. Gives our manufacturers a fighting chance. Yes we import some parts but majority of cost of uk car manufacture comes from wages, taxes, land costs, sales costs, money costs, marketing and assembly.
tygarreg
08/12/2020
11:39
Pistonheads review of the DBX is glowing it is also worth pointing out that this is probably the most liveable and downright amenable car Aston Martin has ever produced. In short, and against all odds, the DBX is everything it needed to be
bashor
07/12/2020
18:59
Porsche does the same on fever tree £5 a share non stop. Must be a seasoned shorter. Yawn.
llama1978
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