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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 GB00BFXZC448 ORD GBP0.00903968713304439
  Price Change % Change Share Price Shares Traded Last Trade
  4.00 7.02% 61.00 21,870,690 16:35:18
Bid Price Offer Price High Price Low Price Open Price
61.20 61.95 62.00 56.65 57.00
Industry Sector Turnover (m) Profit (m) EPS - Basic PE Ratio Market Cap (m)
Automobiles & Parts 997.30 -104.30 -49.60 1,113
Last Trade Time Trade Type Trade Size Trade Price Currency
16:40:44 O 18,426 61.00 GBX

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05/8/2020
09:20
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 57p.
Aston Martin Lagonda Global Holdings Plc has a 4 week average price of 45.10p and a 12 week average price of 27.50p.
The 1 year high share price is 636p while the 1 year low share price is currently 27.50p.
There are currently 1,824,014,450 shares in issue and the average daily traded volume is 18,751,934 shares. The market capitalisation of Aston Martin Lagonda Global Holdings Plc is £1,112,648,814.50.
22/7/2020
12:05
robingood: Just read that. The company will succeed, but the share price won’t (along with your investment). The share price is being thrashed, lashed, and trashed.
14/7/2020
22:37
swiss tony: @Astonbroome. It’s really strange, I can't work out why you completely disregard everything I say, then come back asking questions you obviously don’t know the answer to. This is your first attempt at using real figures for AML, and you’re laughing at me? You’re in danger of making yourself look a little silly, which you obviously don’t mind. If you’d like to check back on my posts dated 8th July, I included figures for all the new models, so please don’t say I only quoted DBX... Goldfinger, Valkyrie are there. Everyone knows AML’s future depends on the DBX, hence why I was focusing on it for potential figures Where did you hear they had sold 4000 units of other models? Same place that told you they actually made a profit on them? . Have you actually looked at company results? In the last 7 years they have made a profit in 1 year, 2017 from memory, circa £75M I think. That means they have been selling cars at a loss. Same for Q1 2020, hence why I quoted those figures, they are recent. Unsure which part of this you don’t understand. This is the most balanced article I have read on AML, please have a read: hxxps://www.moodys.com/research/Moodys-downgrades-Aston-Martins-existing-secured-notes-ratings-to-Caa2--PR_427715?cid=7QFRKQSZE021 Of course I don’t know how much cost saving they have done already, because Stroll hasn’t mentioned anything other than reducing cars in dealers. Your passive aggressive questions on something I could not know anything about unless I was an insider is ludicrous. The bike is £100k and they are only making 100 of them, are you serious? £10 Million in sales and at what profit margin, maybe 40% tops, so £4Million profit? This company is £1.2 BILLION in debt and you’re arguing over peanuts. I am not assuming anything regarding cashflow, hence why I included all the figures on cash flow earlier today, please re-read. They burned through £40M p/month cash during lockdown, when the government was paying (80% of) staff wages for them. Ouch, what were they spending it on if not wages etc? Do you think they would have done the dilution if they didn’t need the cash, 3 months after the last cash raise? I repeat, they raised money in April, and HAD to raise money again in June, again, unsure which part of running out of money you find contentious? Ferarri model, don't make me laugh. I highly doubt AML will ever get anywhere close to what Ferrari have, hence why AML share price has plummeted since IPO, and Ferarri's has TRIPLED. But you do seem to love comparing AML to other companies like Tesla and Ferrari, so crack on. I think AML has brand potential, but we have to be realistic, to compete with Ferrari’s business model/brand is 5-7 years away, imho. AML's net asset value/shareholder equity is circa £350M, ie, it's well below their debt value of £1.2 Billion. That’s right, the £1.2 Billion that some other chump on here stated I was overstating, saying it was £850m odd. I was quoting the Moody’s article above, but it must be some mistake! ;) I think I have done enough work here. Why don't you do some work for yourself and enlighten all of us? I get it, you think Stroll can turn this around. It’s probably one of the highest risk companies on the market right now, so you pays your money and takes your chance. As long as everyone knows how slim that chance is and exactly what they need to do to turn it around. I hope it works out for you, I really do. All the best.
05/7/2020
20:47
hotaimstocks: SHARE PRICE NOT LOOKING GOOD. wait till the second or third wave of coronavirus to hit AML share price.
05/7/2020
17:38
vecturaking: AML Ready for Take Off This has Been overdone Put your Seats belts on AML Ready to Take off the Funding is Secure DBX orders on Track for Delivery to customer s Will generate hundreds of Millions of pounds of income for the Second half of 2020 Aston Martin is Fireing on all there Brands Now Share price to gain Rapid rise to the upside Good luck Everyone
03/7/2020
07:39
vecturaking: Nice message to Those lovely Shorters Close your Shorts and go Long We have been here before in my view the company has more then Enough funds to survive the next couple of years with delivery of the new DBX Models in a matter of Weeks You can expect Rapid Acceleration of the share price moving much Higher The Trend is to go Higher with nearly £400. Million pounds in the bank Aston martin share price is Set to Triple In the next twelve months Have a lovely Weekend
27/6/2020
11:47
hamhamham1: But to remember with the 4 for 1 and now extra 20% dilution. There are 6 shares out there for each 1 share before. So share price should be multiplied by 6 to compare to previous share prices. So current 51p is equiv to 306p in old share numbers in issue when it comes to calculate market capital.
07/6/2020
07:13
hamhamham1: Being a holder. The one thing I would say is that they did a 4 for 1 share issue recently. So, in market capital terms (ie overall market worth of the company), when the share price is £1 that's the equivalent of £5, allowing for the new number of shares now in issue? (ie todays share price of 72.7p is equiv of 363p in current market capital terms with old number of shares in issue) So unless the market capital for the company gets to 5x higher than previous heights, the share price will not follow to those heights? Can anyone confirm my logic on this? But having said that, am happy holder here, just trying to understand share price targets. (Alliance News) - Aston Martin Lagonda Global Holdings PLC on Monday said it has now received complete acceptances for its rights issue of new shares, as new Chair Lawrence Stroll said the company will be fulfilling pre-orders for the new DBX sports utility vehicle. The luxury car manufacturer said it received valid acceptances for 1.2 billion new shares in its 4-for-1 rights issue. As at Monday, Aston Martin's issued share capital comprises 1.5 billion shares.
04/6/2020
18:56
sif12: Out esteemed colleagues Jackson and James jackson83 - 25 May 2020 - 20:28:01 - 4868 of 6038 Aston Martin - AML I can see AML winning the F1 in 2021 & expect a share price above 1000p then...STRONG BUY jackson83 - 26 May 2020 - 16:15:05 - 5017 of 6038 Aston Martin - AML not looking good sold out at 50p and will be back to buy in around the 35p level soon jamesto2 - 25 May 2020 - 20:35:25 - 4869 of 6038 Aston Martin - AML ITS 10 X BAGGER BY SEPTEMBER ................... gad I bought back in at 28 jamesto2 - 25 May 2020 - 20:46:48 - 4873 of 6038 Aston Martin - AML very positive vibe now as people wake up to this once in a lifetime bargain. jamesto2 - 26 May 2020 - 16:11:56 - 5014 of 6038 Aston Martin - AML the clever money is now shorting this today from 49p .. STRONG SELL
19/5/2020
18:58
slartybartfaster: Is the Aston Martin share price a bargain? Rupert Hargreaves | Sunday, 17th May, 2020 Investors have been selling Aston Martin shares this year. The stock has fallen around 76% as shareholders have become increasingly concerned about the outlook for the global economy. However, following this decline, Aston Martin looks cheap compared to history. As such, bargain hunters have started to take an interest in the company. Aston Martin share price on offer? After recent declines, Aston Martin’s market capitalisation has fallen below £700m. That looks cheap compared to the company’s past performance. Last year the business reported revenue of nearly £1bn. That being said, the business is now facing significant challenges. The coronavirus crisis has caused demand for luxury cars around the world to slump. The company has had to suspend manufacturing operations, and this has hit revenue. To help keep the lights on, management negotiated a bailout with shareholders and creditors. This deal has helped to support the Aston Martin share price. But it’s just the latest in a string of company bailouts. The company has consistently failed to generate a sustainable profit. The current crisis suggests this isn’t going to change any time soon. Difficult to value Even though the company’s revenues have doubled over the past five years, the Aston Martin share price is difficult to value. Pre-tax profit has been negative for the past two years. Measuring a company’s profit in comparison to its total market capitalisation is one of the fastest ways to measure the value of any business. If profits are negative, this process becomes impossible. However, the group’s most valuable asset is undoubtedly its brand. This could be worth as much as £2.6bn, which is significantly more than Aston Martin’s current market capitalisation. The company’s brand value suggests the stock offers a wide margin of safety at current levels. But the group’s outlook is likely to remain uncertain for some time. With the global economy facing an unprecedented crisis, demand for the company’s luxury cars is expected to remain depressed until the end of 2020 at least. With this being the case, the stock is unlikely to generate market-beating returns in the near future. Nevertheless, the value of the company’s brand suggests that the Aston Martin share price has the potential to generate positive investment returns over the long run. Building a portfolio Therefore, it might be best to own Aston Martin shares as part of a diversified portfolio. Holding the stock alongside a portfolio of other FTSE shares would allow investors to benefit from any profits while minimising losses if the firm encounters further problems. Indeed, there are plenty of other stocks out there at present, which appear to offer excellent value for money after the recent stock market crash. Aston Martin is just one such opportunity. ................................ What people like Mr Sheedy the frauster forgets is whatever the economy does the people with money that can afford luxury don't suffer the same way as the ordinary Joe. They continue to massage their ego's with flash cars, yachts, and 2nd and 3rd house. The spending will resume ahead of ordinary Joe.
13/5/2020
11:09
bluecash: Probably seen the bottom now. Stroll's plan in evidence - massive reduction in dealer inventory. If you want an Aston Martin, there'll be a demo car and events, but all made to order. Smaller business perhaps, but when the F1 exposure comes, wealthy people who need to spend some cash are gonna want one of these very select vehicles. I reckon they'll end up closing one of their factories. There won't be another covid situation. Next time, everyone will be geared up for it. This is the 'fearful' moment for the AML share price and all UK business. Get greedy if you can afford it. Government cash to help AML through will be coming. They might not even need it.
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