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Share Name Share Symbol Market Type Share ISIN Share Description
C&c Group Plc LSE:CCR London Ordinary Share IE00B010DT83 ORD EUR0.01 (CDI)
  Price Change % Change Share Price Bid Price Offer Price High Price Low Price Open Price Shares Traded Last Trade
  5.00 2.16% 237.00 236.40 237.20 245.00 230.00 230.00 2,618,710 16:35:23
Industry Sector Turnover (m) Profit (m) EPS - Basic PE Ratio Market Cap (m)
Beverages 886.7 -105.2 -29.3 - 936

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DateSubjectAuthorDiscuss
12/4/2010
10:09
That article is from November!
ondebanks
08/4/2010
08:29
THOSE planning a summer break in Ireland would be best to set aside some days in June as July and August are forecast to be far from hot. http://www.irishexaminer.com/ireland/weather-sage-warns-of-wet-irish-summer-116681.html#ixzz0kUXTnhaE
lbo
25/3/2010
21:08
very interesting long term uptrend established here and long term breakout at the moment. Is there a predator about? Personally i hope not.
lochgarman
24/3/2010
22:11
http://www.marketingweek.co.uk/news/alcohol-industry-slams-darling%E2%80%99s-%E2%80%9Cmisery%E2%80%9D-budget/3011561.article Alcohol producers have slammed the "hikes" in duty on cider, beer, wine and sprits announced in the budget today (24 March), claiming that higher prices will hit jobs and sales.
lbo
03/3/2010
12:18
bulmers berry!!! http://www.irishexaminer.com/business/bulmers-berry-latest-addition-to-firms-range-of-cider-products-113051.html I nearly puked more of a alcopopcider product than the pear and probably too expensive for "the kids" to knackerdrink
jrizzo
01/3/2010
23:51
Soaring cider duty likely in UK Budget? http://www.barkeeper.ie/News_Item.asp?News_ID=2092
lbo
24/2/2010
09:53
Heineken Irish sales down 6.8pc http://www.businessworld.ie/livenews.htm?a=2560355;s=rollingnews.htm A fall in beer sales hit Heineken profits in Ireland last year. The company said volume sales were down 6.8 per cent, but still it outperformed the market, allowing it to grow its share. The brewer said that in Ireland ovgerall, the "severe effect of the recession meant beer consumption declined by high single digits". - Irish Times
lbo
18/2/2010
12:07
Pernod Ricard sees 'dramatic' Irish fall http://www.rte.ie/business/2010/0218/pernod.html
lbo
16/1/2010
13:11
Market 'challenging' for cidermaker C&C http://www.irishtimes.com/newspaper/finance/2010/0116/1224262472992.html
lbo
15/1/2010
13:22
Revenues fall 9pc at C and C for quarter http://www.fxcentre.com/news.asp?2539206
lbo
11/1/2010
22:42
Magners owner C&C targets sport sponsorship and local raw materials in bid to grow brands in Scotland http://scotlandonsunday.scotsman.com/business/Magners-owner-CC-targets-sport.5939614.jp It comes as the company battles to improve its Magners' sales after they fell last year
lbo
14/12/2009
21:21
http://archives.tcm.ie/businesspost/2009/12/13/story46157.asp The Irish brokers have generally been quite positive about C&C's acquisition strategy (and are probably just glad to have something good to tell the investors who spent more than €5 to get into the stock). For a while, there must have been some angry calls from clients wondering why the much-hyped Magners invasion of British pubs was going so badly wrong. But some British brokers have thrown a more sceptical eye on the stock.
lbo
13/12/2009
21:59
djderry...ha ha..i spotted that when i had a free peek while out shopping... UP we go so. I used to buy the investors chronic....not for a long while.
lochgarman
13/12/2009
18:30
Investor's Chronicle have these as a 'sell'.Should move up so.
djderry
08/12/2009
18:40
next they will be betting on weather derivatives! C&C Bets The Bar on Cider http://blogs.wsj.com/source/2009/11/30/cc-bets-the-bar-on-cider/
lbo
08/12/2009
18:38
Yes becoming even more leveraged to sales of a weather dependendent drink like Cider is a geat business plan with the recent climatic changes over the last few years (highest rainfall on records)! LOL http://www.independent.ie/business/irish/cc-trebles-production-base-with-836450m-gaymer-cider-purchase-1962351.html C&C's problem was that its programme of divestments had turned it into a one-trick pony. The situation was compounded by the weather-related nature of the cider business -- the bad summer effectively ruined the share price last year
lbo
01/12/2009
18:37
djderry...i agree...looks like a nice bolt on acquisition. Gives them even greater access to distribution channels etc.
lochgarman
30/11/2009
20:05
The acquisition of Constellation Brands' cider business in the U.K. is interesting,not least in that they're acquiring 'value brands' as well.So instead of just offering customers the 'premium' product,they'll have something for the 'chavs' as well!
djderry
25/11/2009
10:15
http://www.rte.ie/business/2009/1125/britvic.html? Drinks group Britvic has reported a 5.6% drop in annual revenues at its Irish operations as it said that the market here shows no sign of a return to growth in the short term. Britvic, whose brands include Ballygowan, 7UP, Club, Mi Wadi and Robinsons, said that its Irish revenues for the year ending September fell to £189.5m sterling from £200.7m in 2008. Its Irish operating profits fell by 17% to £12.2m from £14.7m
lbo
18/11/2009
20:41
THE currency crisis is costing thousands of jobs and putting the viability of Ireland's export-dependent agri-food sector under threat, according to a report launched in Dublin yesterday. http://www.irishexaminer.com/business/sterling-disparity-costing-jobs-105853.html#ixzz0XFJDWJf9
lbo
17/11/2009
21:56
http://www.independent.ie/business/irish/cider-production-slumps-by-06pc-1945328.html CIDER production in Ireland fell 0.6pc in the 12 months to the end of September, Davy Stockbrokers said yesterday, citing new customs and excise figures. C&C, which sells Bulmers here and Magners in Britain, is struggling to maintain market share in either region, both of which are in recession and both of which have seen poor weather deter cider-drinkers.
lbo
16/11/2009
22:59
http://www.fxcentre.com/news.asp?2511296 The latest Nielsen British off-trade data for the four weeks to end-October show that Magners' pricing trend is moving upwards in the GB off-trade market. Magners price per litre rose 2.8pc month-on-month (mom). "This month, C and C will start to lap easier price comps and we should start to see Magners' pricing improve on a year-on-year basis," said Davy's Barry Gallagher. Volumes for both Magners (-8.4pc) and Bulmers (-6.3pc) were weaker than the off-trade cider market (+4.6pc). Shares in C and C fell by 8c to E2.52.
lbo
03/11/2009
12:01
Pubs cut beer prices as pound slide leaves them 'high and dry' http://www.independent.ie/business/irish/pubs-cut-beer-prices-as-pound-slide-leaves-them-high-and-dry-1926693.html Consumers are heading north in search of cheaper food and televisions, UK tourist numbers are sinking, and exporters such as food company Kerry Group and C&C, the maker of Bulmers cider, are suffering in their largest European market. "It's nothing but bad news to Irish exporters," said Alan McQuaid, chief economist at Bloxham Stockbrokers in Dublin. "Sterling is a bigger negative force than in any other euro-region country. It's certainly something we could do without." Almost 20pc of Irish exports go to Britain, where companies including Kerry, DCC and Greencore, which supplies more than 100 million ready meals to the UK, are being hit on their sales or the translation of profit back into euros.
lbo
19/10/2009
18:11
Sterling Weakness Adds to Ireland's Economic Troubles http://online.wsj.com/article/SB125551843086284645.html "Between now and year-end sterling going to weaken further rather than strengthen," said Dublin-based Bloxham Stockbrokers chief economist Alan McQuaid. "This weakness in sterling is not good news for Ireland." The food and drink industry, which accounts for two-thirds of exports not accounted for by multinational companies based in Ireland, is particularly vulnerable to this weakness in sterling. Approximately 43% of food and drink exports go to the U.K. "The increasing weakness of sterling is having a crippling effect on our exports," said Paul Kelly, director of Food and Drink Industry Ireland. http://www.investorschronicle.co.uk/Companies/ByEvent/Results/Analysis/article/20091012/0994314e-b4bc-11de-b38a-00144f2af8e8/CCs-sales-go-cold.jsp C&C's sales go cold
lbo
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