Share Name Share Symbol Market Type Share ISIN Share Description
Barr (a.g.) Plc LSE:BAG London Ordinary Share GB00B6XZKY75 ORD 4 1/6P
  Price Change % Change Share Price Shares Traded Last Trade
  19.00 3.87% 510.00 143,481 16:29:46
Bid Price Offer Price High Price Low Price Open Price
506.00 510.00 510.00 484.00 484.00
Industry Sector Turnover (m) Profit (m) EPS - Basic PE Ratio Market Cap (m)
Beverages 255.70 37.40 26.50 19.2 576
Last Trade Time Trade Type Trade Size Trade Price Currency
18:45:03 O 5 507.025 GBX

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Barr (a.g.) Daily Update: Barr (a.g.) Plc is listed in the Beverages sector of the London Stock Exchange with ticker BAG. The last closing price for Barr (a.g.) was 491p.
Barr (a.g.) Plc has a 4 week average price of 471.50p and a 12 week average price of 471.50p.
The 1 year high share price is 557p while the 1 year low share price is currently 369p.
There are currently 112,849,643 shares in issue and the average daily traded volume is 86,445 shares. The market capitalisation of Barr (a.g.) Plc is £575,533,179.30.
philanderer: Questor: maintaining margins in lockdown is no mean feat, so we’ll hold on to AG Barr Questor share tip: the achievement reflects the firm’s efficiency, the power of its brands and the scope for recovery post-Covid
masurenguy: AG Barr could offer ‘material’ upside, says Liberum Irn-Bru maker AG Barr (BAG) has delivered a robust performance despite the pandemic closing many of its markets and, if restrictions ease in the spring, Liberum says the upside could be ‘material’. Analyst Wayne Brown retained his ‘buy’ recommendation and target price of 625p on the stock after a full-year trading statement that reported ‘resilient revenue performance’. The shares closed up 0.6%, or 3p, at 490p on Friday, reversing some of the decline since the update was published on Tuesday. "Cash and liquidity is very strong, and improved during the year meaning a return to dividends could come as soon as the prelims in March/April. Looking ahead, cost agility and…relatively flexible inventory planning [mean] the group is able to respond very quickly to market demands allowing profit and loss and cashflow protection but if restrictions do ease in late spring, then upside could be quite material." said Brown
philanderer: 'AG Barr - better than expected numbers despite disruption' HTTPS://
crispfin: Interesting trading update this morning. Impressed they have managed to maintain the operating margin given the reduced volumes but not really sure how it’s been achieved? Wonder whether they have just switched off the advertising spend? I’m also assuming the Rockstar payment has been treated as an exceptional income and not included in that operating margin calc. I still like this company and think it has long term survivability, but the price always feels just a bit too expensive given organic growth seems hard to come by.
philanderer: 'Nick Train reflects on investment trust holding that has sunk 61%' By Jessica Tasman-Jones, 22 Oct 20 AG Barr shares have been on a downward slide since July 2019 Nick Train has argued Irn-Bru maker AG Barr is “probably through the worst” after its share price slumped 61% in just over a year. article: HTTPS://
philanderer: Liberum backs ‘resilientR17; AG Barr Iru Bru-maker AG Barr (BAG) has delivered improved top line performance and remains resilient, with Liberum predicting a return of its dividend. Analyst Wayne Brown retained his ‘buy’ recommendation and target price of 625p on the stock after a ‘resilientR17; first half led to ‘material forecast upgrades’ with profit before tax for the current tax year predicted to be £30.7m against a previous estimate of £19m. The shares rose 1.2% to 435p yesterday. ‘This is not only due to a much better top-line performance than we were forecasting but right cost control and better gross margins,’ he said. ‘The group remains highly cash generative.’ Brown said it remained a ‘high quality company with highly resilient cashflows’ and the ‘likely return of the dividend in 2021/22 should be seen as signs of the defensiveness of the business’.
philanderer: Results preview: A host of retail and consumer goods giants are due to post results in the week ahead. On Tuesday it’s the turn of Irn Bru-maker AG Barr (BAG). Whether the fizz has gone flat at the drinks maker since lockdown remains to be seen. But it looks that way. Back in July the company estimated that revenue would be down by between 12% and 15% for the year, as long as we don’t see another nationwide lockdown. On a more positive note though, a fall in half-yearly sales was accompanied by news of a slow recovery in hospitality and 'on the go' consumption segments as lockdown measures had eased. For the 26 weeks to 25 July 2020, revenue was expected to be down 8% to £113 million year-on-year, with the complete closure of the hospitality sector and a material reduction in the 'out of home' consumption of soft drinks weighing heavily on performance. But as lockdown measures had recently started to ease, the company said it was seeing sales in the hospitality and 'on the go' consumption segments beginning to recover, albeit slowly. There have been no broker updates since Spring, when Liberum Capital upgraded its investment rating to buy from hold and raised its price target from 580p to 625p, Berenberg reiterated its hold rating but cut its price target to 450p, from 550p, and HSBC repeated its reduce rating and cut its price target from 520p to 430p. Barr’s shares are currently trading around 375p. HTTPS://
philanderer: Blimey I wish I could pick up a bottle of Irn Bru for 20p. My local Sainsbury usually sells the 2L bottle for 180p, recently had an offer for 125p but is back to 180p again.... Iceland always has it for sale at 125p .... probably where the share price will end up the way it's going ;-)
philanderer: Nope, can't find any detail , low sales I suppose ? Ah, booted out of the FTSE250 as well, didn't realise that.... Shares of AG Barr Plc (LON: BAG) today fell 8.3% after the company’s price target was cut to 310p from 380p by Barclays Capital and its investment rating lowered to ‘Underweight.’ The rating downgrade by Barclays came shortly after the FTSE Russell, which maintains both the FTSE 100 and 250 indices announced that AG Barr Plc would be demoted from the FTSE 250 index later this month as part of its quarterly review. The soft drinks manufacturer can’t seem to catch a break today and its no wonder that its shares fell to multi-year lows last seen in June 2012 following the two announcements. HTTPS://
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