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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 2,338,762 16:35:23
Industry Sector Turnover (m) Profit (m) EPS - Basic PE Ratio Market Cap (m)
Beverages 884.9 -104.9 -29.2 - 936

C&c Share Discussion Threads

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DateSubjectAuthorDiscuss
06/9/2012
15:52
Can anyone tell me more in regards to C&C .... i hear the USA is gettin a bit of a flavour for Cider .. and this company could become a tgt for a bigger one .. I see M&G recovery Funf are buying the shares ..recent report...
3dwd
01/9/2012
21:26
No one here but I'd be shorting this now. The summers real damage is only going to show now. The apple crop is a wipeout this year.
cat100
30/5/2012
15:33
Yes such a weather dependent share; and other factors beyond their control eg. if Ireland (c40% of turnover) do well in Euro 2012. I have come back in recently, on the prospects of growth in International markets (see presentations on their website); only about 4% of profits at the moment- but am looking at the medium term.
lobby ludd
29/5/2012
19:59
With all this hot weather,they must be selling bottles of cider,by the drove,,,6 for £6 at terry`s corner shop tesco.
halogen
17/5/2012
22:53
OMG...just stumbled across this share again after a long time having exited some 2 years ago....what a turnaround. Looking at some of the beaten up companies lying around the markets currently this looks a solid buy. Will be my first buy of the day tomorrow a.m....regards to all.
marvelman
16/5/2012
21:18
An EV/EBITDA of over 8 http://www.irishexaminer.com/breakingnews/business/cc-profits-in-line-with-forecasts-revenue-down-551717.html http://www.independent.ie/business/irish/candc-not-a-likely-takeover-target-3108949.html
lbo
16/5/2012
19:01
lobby...and they were good..look at all that free cash ;-)
lochgarman
16/5/2012
11:29
Anybody here ? Final results were released today.
lobby ludd
20/1/2012
01:21
Hey folks, This week I started The Great Irish Share Valuation Project on my value investing blog, where I plan to set a Fair Value Price Target for every listed Irish company. So far I've valued a dozen companies, including C&C: http://wexboy.wordpress.com/2012/01/18/the-great-irish-share-valuation-project-i/ I hope you'll take a look (if you've any feedback/questions, please don't hesitate to comment or email me), and/or become a regular reader. Cheers, Wexboy
wexboy
02/4/2011
09:17
http://www.independent.ie/business/irish/regulators-inquiry-into-cc-shares-adds-to-woes-2606509.html
lbo
04/2/2011
11:24
you mean good news?? let them do all the work and then move in with magners after them?!?! also, has anyone tried both? I have, and much prefer magners taste
jrizzo
31/1/2011
12:43
http://www.independent.ie/business/heineken-ups-the-pressure-on-cc-2516703.html Heineken's plans to turn Strongbow cider into one of its "global brands" is bad news for C&C
lbo
11/10/2010
22:39
http://www.sbpost.ie/themarket/cc-looking-further-afield-to-sweeten-the-taste-52119.html Cider maker C&C is struggling to maintain Irish profits in a very depressed drinks market, with growth prospects now firmly tied to its plans for Britain and, increasingly, further afield. hype surrounding the Magners push into Europe a few years ago which ultimately failed to deliver. While the international potential of Magners may be a beacon of light for long-term investors, the immediate issue for Dunsmore continues to be wrestling the volatile Irish and British markets under control. Although C&C first started out with Bulmers in Ireland, the poor state of Irish consumer spending is weighing on the stock. A report on the stock by Davy pointed out that Irish excise statistics for July showed that C&C's consumption levels had fallen by 6.6 per cent between March and July. C&C said at the beginning of the year that its target was to ''defend profitability'' in Ireland. Davy is forecasting a top-line decline of 9 per cent, and an 8 per cent decrease in earnings before interest and tax. The picture in Britain is a bit rosier, although there are still several issues to be ironed out. According to data from Nielsen, Magners volumes in the off-licence channel have increased 18 per cent but have declined 6 per cent in the pub trade. This represents an overall lift in volumes of 4 per cent. The improved off-trade performance has been driven by the World Cup sales boost, as well as the longer-term benefit derived from the establishment of a solid off-trade sales structure. However, problems remain with the fact that Magners does not have enough exposure to the fast-growing draught category.
lbo
23/9/2010
11:49
Euro rise above 85p hurts exporters here http://www.fxcentre.com/news.asp?2665176
lbo
24/8/2010
22:04
Many companies wouldn't last a minute with investment 'Dragons' http://www.independent.ie/business/stocks-markets/many-companies-wouldnt-last-a-minute-with-investment-dragons-2284710.html It is much the same problem with CRH (too many products, too many markets); C&C (they seem to sell half the company every two years to buy new toys); SiteServe (what do they do again?) and even poor old Boundary Capital, the latest company to exit ignominiously from the stock exchange leaving the rest of us wondering why they were allowed to linger on for such a long time.
lbo
29/7/2010
21:44
Magners hit by 15pc sales drop http://www.independent.ie/business/european/magners-hit-by-15pc-sales-drop-2257301.html C&C GROUP received a blow yesterday with the news that sales of its flagship Magners cider at British pubs and restaurants fell significantly between April and May. According to Goodbody stockbrokers, the latest Nielsen on-trade data shows that sales of Magners declined 15pc in th
lbo
22/7/2010
09:33
does anyone know when c&c announce summer sales?
jm99
20/5/2010
10:23
bulmers price cuts - I dont know if the publicans are passing these on and 4 cents is NOTHING anyway. Its a tough to go to war on prices with beer when you are already so far behind because of stupid government cider duty. here's hoping for a long hot and dry summer and a good run by england in WC :)
jrizzo
10/5/2010
21:37
http://www.independent.ie/business/irish/campc-drop-price-of-bulmers-by-4-cents-per-pint-2174517.html C&C has reduced the price of Bulmers draught cider in Ireland by 4 cents per pint with immediate effect. The cut is part of a range of initiatives to boost the business, Bulmers said in a statement today. The company already reduced the price of a bottle of Bulmers cider last year.
lbo
09/5/2010
21:17
Talk is BC Partners want to dump their shares but no buyers. Typical pump and dump on the poor retail fools!
lbo
02/5/2010
20:58
Sorry, an incredible deal http://www.thepost.ie/themarket/high-spirits-at-cc-over-incredible-sale-48927.html and now a takeover target http://www.thepost.ie/themarket/sale-of-cc-could-earn-executives-over-30m-48933.html
smicker
01/5/2010
10:04
Look back in the thread and a figure of 150m euro for these businesses was mentioned. Looks a good deal to me too http://www.heraldscotland.com/business/corporate-sme/scotch-distiller-buys-into-irish-whiskey-in-300m-deal-1.1024491
smicker
26/4/2010
10:52
SELLING OFF SPIRITS DIVISION?? http://www.sbpost.ie/themarket/cc-lining-up-200m-sale-of-spirits-division-48776.html I dont like this - its becoming even more specialized on beer/cider, and I dont think x15 earnings is good enough for defensive sector play. WHAT DO THEY NEED THE CASH FOR??????? dont they think recession is EVER going to END??
jrizzo
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