Share Name Share Symbol Market Type Share ISIN Share Description
Britvic Plc LSE:BVIC London Ordinary Share GB00B0N8QD54 ORD 20P
  Price Change % Change Share Price Shares Traded Last Trade
  17.00 1.98% 874.50 1,342,761 16:35:19
Bid Price Offer Price High Price Low Price Open Price
876.50 877.00 879.50 862.00 878.00
Industry Sector Turnover (m) Profit (m) EPS - Basic PE Ratio Market Cap (m)
Beverages 1,503.60 145.80 44.40 19.7 2,325
Last Trade Time Trade Type Trade Size Trade Price Currency
18:45:04 O 1,417 872.169 GBX

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2020-01-17 18:45:10872.171,41712,358.63O
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Britvic Daily Update: Britvic Plc is listed in the Beverages sector of the London Stock Exchange with ticker BVIC. The last closing price for Britvic was 857.50p.
Britvic Plc has a 4 week average price of 854.50p and a 12 week average price of 854.50p.
The 1 year high share price is 1,079p while the 1 year low share price is currently 835.50p.
There are currently 265,892,018 shares in issue and the average daily traded volume is 1,007,018 shares. The market capitalisation of Britvic Plc is £2,325,225,697.41.
philanderer: Comment: “Sales of Britvic’s low sugar and fruit-based beverages are a bright spot in the report,” said Ask Traders’ senior market analyst Steve Miley. “This is an area we expect to see expand going forward given the current low sugar push in the UK and some European countries.” Investors disappointed by the profit drop sold off shares in early trading, knocking Britvic’s share price 2.8 per cent lower to 957.5p. But Liberum advised shareholders to hold onto the stock. “The guidance statement is light on the detail but we suspect consensus FY2020 to come down a few percentage points,” the brooker said. “We are excited for Britvic’s free cash flow story to improve but believe it is priced into the shares.” Chris Daly, chief executive of the Chartered Institute of Marketing, credited the firm’s refreshed marketing strategy for Robinsons with pushing UK revenue higher. “The FTSE 250 company has a refreshed strategy focusing on key categories for growth including the launch of new products in the adult soft drink market,” he added, citing a marketing push for Pepsi Max. “Although Coca-Cola has long been synonymous with the festive period, retailers may yet be persuaded to give Britvic’s cola brand a larger share of shelf space.” CITY AM
philanderer: Shore Capital upgrades 'sell' to 'buy' After having fallen 15% in the past month, Shore Capital now thinks drink maker Britvic looks like a 'buy'. Britvic’s share price declined sharply post its first-quarter statement on 31 January and in absolute terms has fallen by 15% in the past month and closer to 20% peak to trough, notes analyst Phil Carroll. After moving to a negative stance on the stock in December due to concerns over valuation especially with the uncertainty of sugar tax ahead, he now believes Britvic shares "look compelling". Carroll's forecasts are below consensus expectations and there is a prospect of a "rising attractive free cash flow yield" once the drink-maker emerges from its three-year capital investment programme and therefore, the ShoreCap man's recommendation has been upgraded from 'sell' to 'buy'. The shares are currently trading for 13.6 times the 2018 full year earnings per share of 50.8p that Carroll has forecast, which take account of a shift in some customer-related investment spend from selling and distribution costs to revenue and moves some incentives from suppliers from revenue to cost of sales. "The valuation based on Bloomberg consensus is 13.0x. We believe we have taken quite a prudent view of the year ahead given the introduction of the sugar tax," the analyst said. But he stressed that "even taking into account any downward pressure on market expectations, the valuation remains historically attractive HTTPS://
blobby: Yes that is my understanding as well (7.2p). However the share price is up by 10p making a total 17p rise in effect. That is 2.4% rise on a relatively flat day so far. I think the market took fright with Pepsi selling its small stake in Britvic, but the market is already getting over the issue.
eastbourne1982: Britvic must be a takeover candidate given the share price weakness despite very solid business performance, throw in the weak pound and I wouldn't be surprised if a bid came in from overseas. £7 - £7.50 would be tempting however it would also offer decent value for a buyer.
mozy123: I would have thought a rising £ would have supported the share price. A tax on sugar, like a tax on alcohol and tobacco will do almost nothing to demand. Looking exceptionally cheap, like quiet a few others. Rising bond yields are lumping this share into the consumer staples arena - everything defensive is selling off. Trump wont be able to do anything with a rising rate environment. He has a $20 trill debt holding him back financed at the short end. Adding defensive's in the view of QE4 later down the line.
mozy123: About time Britvic got on the heals of Fever Tree - now if the share price would like to stop falling....
ygor706: I sold out of Britvic at a profit about 2 years ago at a price of nearly £7. My major concern was the balance sheet in a slightly uncertain interest rate environment. Since that time the company's performance has improved and cash flow has significantly deleveraged the balance sheet. The share price, however, has fallen to sub £6. To me it doesn't really make sense unless you believe that Brexit will lead to a hike in interest rates. I suspect that we're in for another round of quantitative easing in August which will hold interest rates down. Politicians/Governments worldwide need interest rates low (or even negative if they can get away with it) because they are the biggest borrowers of them all. With that in mind I bought back into Britvic yesterday and doubled my holding on the fall today. A yield of nearly 4% twice covered is not to be sneezed at. Nichols yields half that amount.
hydrus: A weak share price performance for a long time now, not surprising to see IIs selling. Happy to hold.
philanderer: Soft drinks group Britvic is up 2p at 690.5p despite worries about increased competition following news that rival Coca-Cola Enterprises (CCE) planned to merge with private Coke bottlers in Spain and Germany. Societe Generale raised its rating from hold to buy, and Shore Capital also issued a buy recommendation. Shore analyst Phil Carroll said: Clearly, this is relevant to Britvic which in fairness we believe has been outperforming CCE in the UK in recent years so from CCE’s perspective improvement in performance is needed. Britvic’s outperformance of its main competitor continued to be evident in its recent third quarter trading statement where management stated the Pepsi portfolio continues to gain market share on a volume and value basis. As to whether [the new merged group] can outperform Britvic in the future, only time will tell but based on the recent past, Britvic has shown how effective it is when it comes to its marketing, revenue management and innovation capabilities. Therefore, we are not overly concerned by the news at this stage and would certainly encourage investors to take advantage of any potential weakness in Britvic’s share price of the back of this deal announcement. HTTP://
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