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 Shares Traded Last Trade
  -46.50 -2.35% 1,932.00 840,163 16:35:08
Bid Price Offer Price High Price Low Price Open Price
1,918.00 1,924.50 2,014.00 1,892.00 1,989.50
Industry Sector Turnover (m) Profit (m) EPS - Basic PE Ratio Market Cap (m)
Automobiles & Parts 611.80 -466.00 -543.00 2,221
Last Trade Time Trade Type Trade Size Trade Price Currency
18:45:04 O 2,710 1,982.317 GBX

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Aston Martin Lagonda Glo... Daily Update: Aston Martin Lagonda Global Holdings Plc is listed in the Automobiles & Parts sector of the London Stock Exchange with ticker AML. The last closing price for Aston Martin Lagonda Glo... was 1,978.50p.
Aston Martin Lagonda Global Holdings Plc has a 4 week average price of 1,870.50p and a 12 week average price of 1,360p.
The 1 year high share price is 6,168p while the 1 year low share price is currently 550p.
There are currently 114,933,587 shares in issue and the average daily traded volume is 968,624 shares. The market capitalisation of Aston Martin Lagonda Global Holdings Plc is £2,220,516,900.84.
swiss tony: Citi group raised, but Goldman Sachs cut their AML price target from 940p to 807p and rated it a sell, 1 day after. Recalling a near £200k luxury car because you forgot to install a safety part is never good news. Moers has been around 3 months before this was spotted. I am still undecided on Stroll, it was easy for him to take Chinese made clothes and make them luxury by adding a symbol on them. Selling niche cars is very much more difficult. 151 DBX recalls means only 151 sold up until October, the rest were demo for dealers imho. Q3 sales were 345, 160 worldwide dealers, simple maths. Stroll needs to keep the F1 dream alive but concentrate on selling core models. Everyone agrees the DBX is required to sell well (up to 4000 per annum) or AML are in dire straits. Reichman designs just aint selling. AML won't be selling any/many of any of their forecourt models in this UK lockdown, so you can imagine what end of year results in February are going to look like. I'll guess 700 DBX sales in the 6 months from July to December. That means 1400 per year and well short of the hit it *needs* to be. £150M interest on the bonds every year, that £500M of cash on the balance sheet aint going to last long....
astonbroome: Hmm, so a bit of news this week or so then. Let’s get into it: AML F1 team signs Cognizant as IT partner. Not sure that affects the share price but not bad news at all. AML has a recall in the US of 151 cars, due to missing foam in the headliner. Sounds worst than it actually is, as this is not a mechanical fault (and to be honest all new models have teething probs) this could be affecting the share price a little bit. COVID lockdown (old) deffo having an affect on all UK businesses, esp AML with its high beta. Brexit - I think the fear of goods crossing the boarder could be affecting the price, M&S has raised a red flag about goods not making it over to Northern Ireland early doors, so one to keep an eye on. Citigroup raises price target from ‘neutral’; to ‘buy’ with a 2,800p price target, which is 140p in old money. I see this as a positive sign but need more analysts to weigh in before we see some movement in share price I’m long term since the 50-40p days. Holding till 2024/25. Also holding NIO since May - can’t wait for Monday!
swiss tony: Hi folks, still here. Some end to the year for the share price, eh? I guess the consolidation did take the traders out of AML somewhat. Much more expensive to spread bet because of the higher share price You in Plat?
hamhamham1: Its often done to reduce the erratic move in a share price. People don't think anything if a share moves a few pence, but it means a lot of the share price is 70p rather than 1400p. Really it is more psychological as the key thing is the relevant to percentage moves against the market cap that counts.
swiss tony: EOD. No-one can influence a share price on a BB. I am no trader, I buy and hold. This BB was super quiet, then we get folk coming on spouting crazy numbers when the share price spikes. Lots of people get suckered in on these spikes because of FOMO. I have no idea what the share price will do next, no-one does.
astonbroome: I think the article from Stroll in the Times was very telling. Obviously a very assured and measured man. What he has managed to achieve in the past 8-9 months has been remarkable, given where AML were last at the start of the year and with Covid-19. I believe we're seeing a rise based on overall market sentiment AND, because COVID was the last dark cloud over Aston Martin share price. I think analysts were worried weakened demand would affect sales revenue for many months if not years, and that the money would soon run out - again. Stroll confirming in his article that they have the money, Merc propping up the EV parts and tech worth hundreds of millions (with hybrid cars coming soon, EV cars circa 2025 which is 5 years ahead of Bentley, Lambo and who knows when Ferrari will be ready) and stating the company will be profitable by 2025 AND even going as far to set his own share price target of £9 per share by then - that's why this stock is moving upwards now. I'm looking at @Porsche and @RobinGood right now, looking very foolish i'd say. Writing countless lines about how this company is trash and it's falling to 3p. TOTAL NONSENSE!! They'll tell you they know more than Stroll himself. Always interesting how when the share price goes up like this they get very quiet. Poor Sanks, where are you now mate?
swiss tony: The Italian fund who are winding up, have sold down from over 30% to less than 3% of AML, since Stroll took over, hence the share price drop from recent highs. They are almost done if not already. Vettel has bought a chunk at 50p too. But you keep trying to force the price down so you can buy in again Robin, I am topping up consistently at these levels, as I am sure you are too, same as last time. As if Stroll would get Vettel onside, let him buy shares, then shaft him by taking company private, or go into administration. He hired Vettel to win races and promote the AML brand in Germany, biggest marketplace in the EU for AML. Like I said before, you talk loudly, but say nothing of any value. If you want to go toe to toe on numbers, I'm here any time.
swiss tony: Nice, share price held at 50p for Vettel to fill his boots. I've been investing for over 25 years and never seen a better potential turnaround story than this. A list of recent investors in AML: - Lawrence Stroll - multibillionaire from branding, high fashion company investing etc (Pierre Cardin, Ralph Lauren, Tommy Hilfiger and Michael Kors) - His consortium which you can read about here: (With a capital H, Plat ;) Https:// - Toto Wolff, team principal/owner of Merc F1 team, worth £500M and loves picking up undervalued shares to have skin in the game. Holds £40M ish AML, just under 10% of his net worth. Be interesting to see where he ends up if Merc F1 is sold! - Seb Vettel, 4 times world champion F1 driver, shrewd as can be, obviously wanted in @ 50p, same as the placing price a few months ago. So they buy in, get all the bad news out the way around Covid times, keep perfectly quiet about DBX sales... no-one has a clue how many DBXs are sold Except everyone listed above. Https:// Kuala Lumpur have sold 11, wait time is 1 year. AML's new factory can produce up to 5000 DBXs per year, which means lead times from ordering to delivery are about a year. So I'd guess the DBX sales are closer to 5000 than 2000. Anything close to 5000 DBXs per year will double AML's car sales annually. btw....4000 DBX units @ 170k each is £680 Million turnover per annum. Then let's see what Moers (ex head of AMG, who quadrupled their profits in a few years) does with the rest of the Aston lineup too. Your choice: Follow the names above, or all the traders on internet BBs. Q3 results (and an update on DBX sales) are 12 November, 2020.
swiss tony: Once the Italians have sold down the remainder of their holding the brakes will be off the AML share price. We all know it, it will tread water for a few more days, then they cannot sell any more. Toto Wolf has it right, invest and forget about it for 3 years, it will treble at least.
deedoz1: Newbies this is a table that I have created to help me understand the Share dilutions. It’s important for you to get your head around that the share price table does not accurately reflect both of the share dilutions AND the share price of 70+ has already exceeded pre Covid levels! Hope it helps. Cheers Sept 2018 228,002,890 (when Floated) MCAP £4.33 BILLION Share Price £19.00 April 2020 1,520,014,450 DILUTION 1 June 2020 1,824,014,450 DILUTION 2 AUG 2020 APRIL 2020 SEPT 2018 MCAP 23p 28p £1.86 £419M *LOWEST PRICE* 24p 29p £1.93 £438M 25p 30p £2.00 £456M 29p 35p £2.32 £528M 30p 36p £2.40 £547M 35p 42p £2.80 £638M 40p 46p £3.20 £729M 45p 54p £3.60 £821M 46p 55p £3.68 £839M 47p 57p £3.76 £857M 48p 58p £3.84 £875M 49p 59p £3.92 £893M 50p 60p £4.00 £910M 55p 66p £4.40 £1.00B 60p 72p £4.80 £1.09B 65p 78p £5.20 £1.18B < << January 2020 (Covid) 70p 84p £5.60 £1.28B 75p 90p £6.00 £1.37B 80p 96p £6.40 £1.46B 85p 102p £6.80 £1.55B 90p 108p £7.20 £1.64B 95p 114p £7.60 £1.73B 100p 120p £8.00 £1.82B 150p 180p £12.00 £2.74B 200p 240p £16.00 £3.65B 237p 280p £19.00 £4.33B *HIGHEST PRICE*
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