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
  -30.20 -6.29% 450.00 55,527 08:11:44
Bid Price Offer Price High Price Low Price Open Price
450.00 453.80 476.20 450.00 476.20
Industry Sector Turnover (m) Profit (m) EPS - Basic PE Ratio Market Cap (m)
Automobiles & Parts 1,095.30 -213.80 -165.90 524
Last Trade Time Trade Type Trade Size Trade Price Currency
08:11:44 AT 25 450.00 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 480.20p.
Aston Martin Lagonda Global Holdings Plc has a 4 week average price of 466.30p and a 12 week average price of 466.30p.
The 1 year high share price is 2,119p while the 1 year low share price is currently 466.30p.
There are currently 116,459,513 shares in issue and the average daily traded volume is 415,298 shares. The market capitalisation of Aston Martin Lagonda Global Holdings Plc is £559,238,581.43.
arai: Down the plug hole, it will have a 5 at the start of the share price soon enough (and who knows how many digits after it) Its such a shame for the staff, more cuts will be coming.
swiss tony: Press position 14 March, 2022 Court dismisses Nebula Project AG bankruptcy challenge brought by AML, path clear for claims in arbitration Following the termination in mid 2021 by Aston Martin Lagonda Global Holdings plc. (AML) of an agreement with Nebula Project AG (Nebula) concerning the development and marketing of Aston Martin's new range of mid-engine cars (Valkyrie, Valhalla and the new Vanquish), Nebula and other companies led by Dr Andreas Baenziger and Dr Florian Kamelger have faced a series of legal proceedings in Switzerland commenced by AML. The Swiss group formerly ran one of AML's most successful dealerships: Aston Martin St. Gallen. The various actions have included allegations of both bankruptcy and fraud and appear to have been aimed at avoiding claims by Nebula, to which AML alluded in its 22 June 2021 RNS Statement as payments it was 'no longer liable for'. On 8 March 2022, the Cantonal Court of Appenzell Ausserrhoden (Switzerland) has dismissed AML's attempts to have Nebula declared bankrupt. Dr Florian Kamelger, Chairman, says: “We are delighted by the Swiss Court's decision, which brings this dispute to its proper forum: the arbitration commenced by Nebula in London in November last year, with claims in excess of GBP 150m.”
swiss tony: I don't think Stroll will sell AML, that's too close to admitting defeat. He is integrating AML and F1 as he sees the profit combined with his son winning. I'd say that's the two things he cares most about in life. This is his swan-song. I think ultimately there is value here, long term, but a lot of volatility before then, much like the rest of the market. I am more worried about inflation than Russia. As much as I dislike Stroll as a person, I think this is the best shot AML have had in a long while. Basically because of Moers. He quadrupled sales at Merc, making AMG what it is today. He has listened to customers, and the next rev of cars in 2023 will have AML's new bespoke infotainment. If the new updated GT/Sports cars are really good, they could get sales back to pre-pandemic levels. That would mean going from 2000 to 4000 sales. If DBX sells close to 4000 then you have 8000 per year. That's achievable in 2024. The ASP has been rising and in September was at £157k. They need to increase this to c.£175/180k, then onwards to £200k. It's just such a shame about the debt. Which I am sure was Lawrence and chums' insurance policy. Double their money in AML bonds over 5 years, equity profit comes later, or if it doesn't bonds have paid out. That's why as shareholders we have to talk loud about the things that need sorting, Stroll needs keeping in check, imho.
swiss tony: From LSE: If the share price sits around here I'd say there is a fund raise coming fairly soon. c.15% discount to current share price being £12.46, 10% for Merc and c.5% dilution. Cash is £420million. It was at £495million on the 4th November's RNS, so that's £75 million burned in 3 months. But they also burned through all the deposits they have taken in too, so it's much worse than £75 million in ONE Q. They have burned through almost £200m in 6 months! I'd say that's why Stroll and Moers dipped into their pockets to support the share price at £12, the lower it went the bigger the dilution necessary. I'd also guess one of the reasons the CFO left is because current cash does not cover all liabilities now. (AML raised £77m in Feb '21 when cash was already @ £489million for example). So ask yourself why is it allowed to drop to £420m now? There is absolutely no way £420m will last very long at all, never mind fully funded until 2024/25. They have to finish the Valkyrie, design/produce the Valhalla, refresh the DB11 and DBS, DBX variants etc etc. The VW Golf alone took £1.8bn of funds! Be careful out there folks.
arja: amazing that AML share price is so high for a company making big losses although I assume it will make a profit eventually . The chart shows a clear downtrend and looking to keep heading lower sadly .
astonbroome: This was an ok earnings, the revenue and sales had to be stellar YoY, we had Covid last year. The sports car sales did better than expected and that is good going forward into Q4. I'm concerned about the increasing debt by $80m as that has anchored the share price quite a bit and I expect although we had a jump in share price on open, we could that taper off as the week closes. The debt situation just shows that we're still not out of the woods, one slip up and we're right back to where we started. AML is still a risk and that will be reflected in the share price GLA.
swiss tony: Sober up! You are comparing a car crash of a company with Ferrari? Hahah. Ferrari's PE is that of a luxury brand, not a car company, and for very good reason, it deserves it... Ferrari turnover is over £3.4bn per year, and PURE PROFIT after all expenses is circa £500m. Year after year. Covid resulted in a 10% hit to turnover, which has been recouped already this year. Let's compare that to AML: AML have only ever made a profit once, when it loaded dealer forecourts with DB11s in 2018 for the IPO: One of the worst IPOs in UK history. AML is selling HALF the number of sports/GT cars than they did in 2019. The DBX was supposed to be a saviour, selling 6000 cars per annum, now that has dropped to 3000 and failing to meet even that. AML's cash of £500m includes deposits of circa £270m, and as soon as the Valkyrie gets delivered, that cash will move from the balance sheet. Interest payments on the £1.3bn of bonds are 12.5-15%, which equates to £135-145m per year ALONE. AML are burning through £200m of cash PER YEAR! That's why they raised cash in Feb, they don't really have 500m cash, more than half of it is deposits for cars that are nearing delivery. It's all smoke and mirrors and you fell hook line and sinker for it. So you applied Ferrari's PE ratio to AML, and in 4 years and get £4.9bn market cap, nowhere near £6.6bn, but your original statement was it was worth treble? You ask any city boys to apply Ferrari's PE to AML and they will laugh you out of town. You ignored my question on the Nebula court case too and how it will affect profit, probably wiping out the £100m profit we spoke about for 2025. You failed to answer how AML will get to 10,000 car sales. All you have done is compare market cap to Ferrari and think it should be higher, with NO REASONING. If you want to compare a car crash of a company with one of the finest profit making luxury goods companies of ALL time, then crack on. I'll be here keeping you and everyone else honest.
yorkie56: Swiss tony.....are you still working for that Singapore investment house trying to deramp the aml share price?.
swiss tony: It doesn't matter what Stroll says, he lies and exaggerates all the time. The city need to see action, not words. The share price has more than doubled since bankruptcy was staved off, that's a decent and fair move. I'd say the price is about right. After all the cost saving by Moers, AML is still a loss-making company churning through cash every month. The Valhalla was unveiled as they DESPERATELY need the deposit money, don't get fooled by the propaganda. Still massive problems with Valkyrie construction and of course the court case. What do you think will happen to the share price if AML lose that court case, and we find out how much money AML have to pay the 2 Swiss chaps, as they funded development of the Valkyrie in a deal Stroll just ripped up? Everything is not rosy, far from it, this is still on a knife-edge and could go either way, and it's priced accordingly.
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!
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