Share Name Share Symbol Market Type Share ISIN Share Description
C&c Group Plc LSE:CCR London Ordinary Share IE00B010DT83 ORD EUR0.01
  Price Change % Change Share Price Shares Traded Last Trade
  -2.40 -1.35% 175.00 644,318 16:35:13
Bid Price Offer Price High Price Low Price Open Price
175.20 176.80 176.80 170.20 173.60
Industry Sector Turnover (m) Profit (m) EPS - Basic PE Ratio Market Cap (m)
Beverages 1,845.79 9.98 2.49 66.5 543
Last Trade Time Trade Type Trade Size Trade Price Currency
17:21:37 O 21,067 175.00 GBX

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C&c Daily Update: C&c Group Plc is listed in the Beverages sector of the London Stock Exchange with ticker CCR. The last closing price for C&c was 177.40p.
C&c Group Plc has a 4 week average price of 170.20p and a 12 week average price of 170.20p.
The 1 year high share price is 416.50p while the 1 year low share price is currently 140.60p.
There are currently 310,470,110 shares in issue and the average daily traded volume is 525,836 shares. The market capitalisation of C&c Group Plc is £543,322,692.50.
electrick: Look at where people are sourcing their alcohol CCR are not supplying supermarkets.. it is the hospitality trade that retails their product in the main New products to access outside trade terms help, the HOTBO scheme in Aug was a great filip. But recent changes will have a massive impact. Add to this not all line are available as Covid impacted brewery’s ability to produce Certainly not back to to full output yet, evidenced by staff still on furlough Long way to go through winter and see further dips and maintaining range of 1.70 a 2.20
a_game: The price is quite odd. C&C's balance sheet is strong and they have enough cash run way for years. People don't suddenly stop drinking when a crisis strikes, if anything, they drink more! Sure, the majority of C&C's business is to trade which is suffering a lot at the moment however they are already pivoting to more direct to customer channels. There's an enormous amount of value to be had at this price.
a_game: fantastic price for a top up / entry...
electrick: Thoughts turning to the impact of the imports and Brexit. The company has total reliance on wines and spirits to service the UK hospitality trade.. Thinking aloud, but very interesting to hear any thoughts on how different trade versions could impact CCR and other drinks wholesalers
masurenguy: David Capital Partners likes the CCR prospects ! "Another recent addition is C&C Group PLC (LSE: CCR), a company the Partnership successfully owned once before in 2011-2012. C&C Group is a manufacturer and distributor of alcoholic and non-alcoholic beverages in the UK and Ireland. As roughly 75% of the company’s business is to the “on-trade” (restaurants and bars), C&C Group has recently suffered a steep decline in its results. That said, C&C Group has an extraordinarily strong balance sheet – at its current rate of cash burn, the company would not run out of money until 2027 – and we are confident the UK Government will support its iconic pubs and the British people will continue to drink a good pint or three as those pubs re-open in coming weeks. We see +100% upside to the shares from today’s price just above 200p."
a_game: Solid update this morning. Strong YoY growth for FY results (pre-covid). Whilst we've got hit hard with 80% of rev coming from hospitality, costs are under control and there's a massive liquidity buffer there to weather this. With hospitality coming back online slowly very shortly, I can see CCR rising nicely once our institutional sellers are done
electrick: Steady price rise it seems in anticipation of the reported impact MC Bib will have on C&C. Don’t expect much detail for several months but the rise is welcome.
electrick: Matthew Clark Bibendum will be run as a separate business and C&C management believe the combination with C&C will create the leading independent route-to-market network across the British Isles, alongside C&C's existing drinks wholesaling businesses. In the UK and Ireland provide direct access to an incremental c.23,000 pre-dominantly on-trade customers across the UK comprising leading hotels, restaurants, pubs, clubs, and bars and enhance access for C&C's cider and super-premium brands across the on and off-trade in the UK The company is expecting to strengthen the combined Group's procurement, supply and distribution capabilities for third party wines, spirits, beer and soft drinks. Good to see the Matthew Clark team looking to pull the stops out and clear the decks over the coming weeks. Been a busy few weeks for the team and the sunshine is only going to increase the workloads.. Steady price increases encourage but will not know full extent as to how significant an acquisition until the next results released... in the meantime my money is in.. watching with interest
lobby ludd: C&C's US market share now appears to be 6.5% (latest company presentation, 'Pabst' section). When they bought Hornsby's (of which little is heard) that had 20% of the US market, and buying Woodchuck added - at the time - another 40%, plus Magner's US sales. And now the US business is for sale to Pabst, should they want it.
ygor706: See that C & C's name has been linked with one or two of the potential spin offs from the SAB Miller situation........Peroni was one of them. May explain the abnormally high level of share buying today.
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