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
  -21.50 -4.22% 488.50 62,531 16:35:23
Bid Price Offer Price High Price Low Price Open Price
498.50 502.00 507.00 497.00 507.00
Industry Sector Turnover (m) Profit (m) EPS - Basic PE Ratio Market Cap (m)
Beverages 227.00 26.00 17.18 28.4 551
Last Trade Time Trade Type Trade Size Trade Price Currency
17:50:53 O 317 501.227 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 510p.
Barr (a.g.) Plc has a 4 week average price of 497p and a 12 week average price of 462.50p.
The 1 year high share price is 590p while the 1 year low share price is currently 462.50p.
There are currently 112,849,643 shares in issue and the average daily traded volume is 55,359 shares. The market capitalisation of Barr (a.g.) Plc is £551,270,506.06.
spectoacc: We wondered what BAG may do with their cash - consolidate? Attempt another merger with Britvic? Distribute it? No - buy a jumbo oats maker. Not sure I see it: "We are delighted to announce that the Group has taken an initial c.60% equity stake in MOMA Foods Limited ("MOMA") with an agreed path to full ownership over the next 3 years. MOMA was founded by Tom Mercer in 2006 and quickly established itself as a modern, challenger brand in the porridge market, using the finest quality, British jumbo oats. Most recently MOMA has diversified into the high growth plant-based milk sector, and is now the UK's 3rd largest oat milk brand. MOMA also produces a range of low sugar granola and bircher muesli branded products."
spectoacc: "Annual compounder" - after yesterday's spike up, it's now up 5% over 1 year, down 14% over 2 years, down 34% over 3 years, and up the same 5% in 5 years as it is over 1. What's it compounding, if not profits or share price. Happy to be long it tho.
philanderer: Afternoon EI, same here :-) AG Barr ready for inflation, says Liberum AG Barr (BAG) has provided another upgrade and Liberum believes there is more to come from the maker of Irn Bru thanks to its ability to withstand an inflationary environment. Analyst Wayne Brown retained his ‘buy’ recommendation and target price of 655p on the stock, which rose 13%, or 61p, to 529p on Monday. ‘Another upgrade two months before year-end suggests a high degree of confidence and more to come is now highly likely,’ he said. ‘AG Barr is an annual compounder where performance is highly sustainable and dependable.’ Brown said in an inflationary environment ‘investors should look to buy into annual compounders with high levels of predictable revenue streams, and with the ability to utilise multiple levers to offset inflationary pressures’, such as pricing power, promotions and multiple sales channels, all of which ‘de-risks’ the business. HTTPS://citywire.co.uk/funds-insider/news/expert-view-bt-naked-wines-britvic-ag-barr-and-intermediate-capital/a1589435?section=funds-insider&_ga=2.114479111.1819315142.1638291066-2053653589.1638291066#i=5
km18: From WealthOracleAM a few months ago... AG Barr published its interims for the 27 weeks ended August 1st 2021. Revenues were up 19.5% to £135.3m, statutory profit before tax was up 378% to £24.4m, net cash at the bank was up 115% to £65.6m. And dividends were recommenced comprising an interim dividend of 2.00 pence per share plus a one-off special dividend of 10.00 pence per share. Valuation is average but not a constraint on decent share price gains. And the company is high quality – profitability ratios are top third for the industry and net cash is up to £65.6m. The company is on track to record strong full year profit performance ahead of pre-Covid FY20 levels and a little ahead of consensus expectations. AG Barr looks like a pretty solid BUY. https://wealthoracle.co.uk/detailed-result-full/BAG/168
m_kerr: IMV there are multiple avenues to realising value here. share buyback, special dividend, m&a, potential takeover. the balance sheet with £65m of net cash, gives them total flexibility. remember that if they take over another brand, they can strip out a huge amount of cost and manufacture in their existing facilities. the last merger talks with britvic in 2012 mentioned £40m of synergies from combining the two entities. on that basis, an acquirer could pay up to double the current share price and still achieve a good return on that capital. and if there's no takeover, you get a reliable income backed up by a great brand proven to have longevity, and great balance sheet. at this price, i think on a risk adjusted basis, this is highly undervalued.
m_kerr: following on from that phil, i also think it's fair to say irn bru has good pricing power to protect their margin. looking at the balance sheet and interest rates being where they are, it's a pretty obvious candidate for m&a if the share price languishes. the founding family own 15% which is substantial, but not insurmountable. lindsell train are long term shareholders who understand the value of brands, and would demand a very hefty premium. for a comparison, stock spirits went for 13 x ebitda, ag barr is about 9 x ebitda at the moment.
philanderer: 'Five stocks to buy ahead of a rise in interest rates' BARC, BT , LLOY, IHG and BAG Scottish soft drinks manufacturer AG Barr is another company with plenty of cash to help it ride out a rise in interest rates, according to Ms Streeter. “Although the business was hit by hospitality closures, cash generation has remained strong,” she said. "This has put it in a strong defensive position if rates rise.” The Irn-Bru maker reported cash of £66m at the beginning of August, more than double the level it held at the same point last year. Shares in the business trade at well below their pre-pandemic high of 969p, changing hands at around 500p. https://www.telegraph.co.uk/investing/shares/five-stocks-buy-ahead-rise-interest-rates/
philanderer: AG Barr faces challenges, says Peel Hunt Irn-Bru maker AG Barr (BAG) has been hit by supply chain problems resulting in extra costs, which are likely to offset some of the gains from sales inflation, says Peel Hunt. Analyst Andrew Ford retained his ‘add’ recommendation and target price of 575p on the stock, which closed down 2.1%, or 11p, on Thursday at 517p. He updated his earnings per share forecasts to ‘better reflect the moving elements of the business’. In a stock market update this week, the drinks manufacturer said it had seen ‘increased challenges’ across UK road haulage due to the Covid-19 pandemic and ‘risks associated with the wider labour pool’. ‘We update our revenue estimates and gross margin expectations, but increase the cost of operating,’ said Ford. ‘This is to account for the expected price increases allowing for improved recovery of the inflationary pressures in cost of sales, but increasing operating costs to reflect the impact of rising costs in supply and distribution.’ HTTPS://citywire.co.uk/funds-insider/news/expert-view-pearson-boohoo-redrow-ag-barr-and-df-capital/a1562553?re=89596&;ea=290170&utm_source=BulkEmail_FundsInsider+DawnChorus&utm_medium=BulkEmail_FundsInsider+DawnChorus&utm_campaign=BulkEmail_FundsInsider+DawnChorus#i=5
philanderer: Nick Train: Beverage companies set for 'sustained recovery' Share prices to keep rising The four beverage companies held in Nick Train's Lindsell Train investment trust portfolio are set for "a sustained recovery", according to the manager, who believes the share price uptick they have experienced over the last month is set to continue. According to Train's latest portfolio update published today (20 May), Heineken saw the most substantial share price gain at 13%, followed by Diageo at 9%, Laurent Perrier at 8% and AG Barr at 3%. HTTPS://www.investmentweek.co.uk/interview/4031599/nick-train-beverage-companies-set-sustained-recovery
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