Share Name Share Symbol Market Type Share ISIN Share Description
Coca-cola Hbc Ag LSE:CCH London Ordinary Share CH0198251305 ORD CHF6.70 (CDI)
  Price Change % Change Share Price Shares Traded Last Trade
  0.00 0.0% 2,501.00 0.00 00:00:00
Bid Price Offer Price High Price Low Price Open Price
2,501.00 2,503.00 0.00 0.00 0.00
Industry Sector Turnover (m) Profit (m) EPS - Basic PE Ratio Market Cap (m)
Beverages 5,986.06 549.32 109.70 24.3 9,212
Last Trade Time Trade Type Trade Size Trade Price Currency
18:00:39 O 1,376 2,494.98 GBX

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11/12/2019
08:20
Coca-cola Hbc Daily Update: Coca-cola Hbc Ag is listed in the Beverages sector of the London Stock Exchange with ticker CCH. The last closing price for Coca-cola Hbc was 2,501p.
Coca-cola Hbc Ag has a 4 week average price of 2,370p and a 12 week average price of 2,296p.
The 1 year high share price is 3,094p while the 1 year low share price is currently 2,296p.
There are currently 368,328,169 shares in issue and the average daily traded volume is 635,240 shares. The market capitalisation of Coca-cola Hbc Ag is £9,211,887,506.69.
21/5/2019
11:49
philanderer: Deutsche: CCH’s share price reaction (down 7-8% initially, -5% now is overdone in our opinion considering (1) the attractions of the standalone investment case (and upcoming capital markets day), (2) a CCBA deal seemed unlikely on a 6-12 months view anyway, given the recent special DVD announcement, (3) today’s news doesn’t rule out KO refranchising CCBA at some point in the future (KO is and remains committed to a franchise model). We believe the shares have overreacted on the news, with possibly some short term 'event-money’ coming out of the stock, and we would take this as a buying opportunity. Goldmans Mispriced for growth: We continue to believe CCH is undervalued for its ngrowth advantage to the sector. The shares currently trade in line with the broader European Staples sector (c.23x on 2019E P/E) despite offering organic sales growth that is c.200bps above peers (FY19-21E organic growth +5.8% vs. sector +4.0%). Further scope for margin expansion: We believe current company guidance of n+11% comparable EBIT margin is conservative for 2020E. CCH delivered FY18 EBIT margin of +10.3%, a 70bps increase from 2017 (in line with the 5-year average annual margin expansion). We note the current guidance implies c.40bps margin expansion p.a. to 2020. Benchmarking CCH to other Coke bottling peers also suggests there could be scope for over-delivery of CCH’s 2020 target as well as potential for margin expansion beyond 2020 (the average EBIT margin for listed Coke bottlers was c.12.7% in FY18, with best-in-class CCEP at 13.7%). We therefore assume 2020E EBIT margin of 11.3% and 2022E margin of 12.6%. Balance sheet optionality provides additional upside: CCH’s FY19 net debt to nEBITDA of 1.1x (on our estimates) remains materially below both the European Staples sector at c.2.0x and the 1.5-2.0x target outlined at its last Investor Day (2016). This is despite the announcement of a special dividend of €2.0 per share at its 1Q19 results, the equivalent of €730mn total consideration (and 6% special dividend yield). We continue to believe the company’s lean balance sheet provides scope for additional upside to the shares from cash use: Special dividend: If the company chose to lever up to the top of the provided otarget in 2019, we see scope for the announcement of a second special dividend for a total consideration of c.€1bn (or c.€2.7 per share); this would imply a potential net gain (special dividend yield less EPS dilution) of high single digit. Generic acquisition: Levering up to the top of the provided target range oimplies high single digit to low double digit 2020E EPS accretion (assuming different levels of synergies), on our estimates. The company has indicated during its 1Q19 results conference call that while the proposal of a special dividend does increase the company’s FY19 leverage ratio, it does not affect it pursuing M&A. https://ftalphaville.ft.com/marketslive/2019-05-21/
20/5/2019
12:04
musicgibbon: Anyone got any idea why the share price just dropped 8%?
20/1/2015
18:12
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28/5/2013
16:19
soggy: Maybe he gave a great-grand child his CCH share certs and told them to hold on to them for when they're 80!
06/11/2007
12:18
lionelh: Sparky. This company has got a very serious funding problem at a time when there is a major credit crunch. If it is "cash-rich" why has it got such a dire problem? Even in the last results which the market responded exceedingly well to (too well, actually) it was earning no more than a few pennies per share which is hardly "cash-rich" The excitement was caused by the degree to which turnover was increasing exponentially. It no longer has a listing on a very modest trading platform (AIM) because its representatives resigned without notice and nobody else wanted to be associated with the circumstances it finds itself in. That by itself should tell you the extent of its problems. I'm just saying, Spark,y that in my view a shareholder would be incredibly optimistic to get 30p of 57p a share back. I've never known a share where you get back anything like the share price because, as Soggy says, we're always at the bottom of the pile. CCH is a total horlicks I'm afraid and holders really do need to prepare for the very real possibility of total write-off. If you do not want to admit of that very real possibility, Sparky, that is fine but you may well have to face it at sometime. That's all I'm saying. That something has gone catastrophically wrong is obvious to the entire markkt I would say now. It is only the final outcome that is uncertain. CCH had £6 Million - does it still have it now? Are you sure? That CCH was not using its own money and was relying on the "big boys"is precisely why Northern Rock nearly went to the wall, don't you think? The financiers pulled the rug which is precisely what has happened here. Are the banks going to wait three years or their £50 million back? All the signs to me are that they want it back NOW which is why it is such a problem. As I say, I'm not completely without hope that Eren Neal will sort something out and I still think that's our best chance. Getting 30p or 57p back for every share is just setting yourself up for a big disappointment. I just can't see where it is going to come from, certainly not the last set of results or a few more like it.
22/9/2007
06:49
sparky333: The more i read the annual results the more i am comforted that all is not lost here 1. Once german ops clear the debt to Bank 1 we get it back for $1 - you are not telling me there used there $340M for finance over 3years 2. The company had 6.8M Sterling in cash at the end of 2006 so assuming profits where huge again they have at least 8 months profits to book for 2007 say 4M min so they should have over 10M sterling in the bank 3. With 10M sterling in the bank this gives a floor to the share price say 10p discount the continuating business in South America , Australia , Russia etc 4. The issue is does what funding lines does the core Business have left at its disposal ? if nothing then we are a cash shell, if a few hundred Million then we still have a viable business going forward with the option to get Germany back in 3 years time How do other people read this ?
22/9/2007
05:22
sparky333: Hmmm still no answers on the cash in the Bank and profits for so far this year they should stay with the core business ie the 10% left and not the German ops. So this will provide a level the share price will fall to.
19/6/2007
23:17
scrutable: today has shown the limits of holding CCH to trade. Personally I am content to hold for another year confident of seeing profits double again. In the meantime we have to see that the AGM is used to create an active forum rather than a five minute nod through of all resolutions. I shall try to sell the Nil bros on the notion of having their cake and eating it. Were they to sell 37% of the shares to create a technical minority at 49%, they would see the share price rise whilst keeping the proceeds of sale. Proud to hace sold 250,000 is laughable. That is less than o.3% But had they dumped 35% on the market or even 5% the price would have tanked.
11/5/2007
12:06
philjeans: Well, logic would suggest that releasing a shedful of extra shares onto the market would depress the price. But with CCH (and IIR for example) there have been times when the MMs have been literally without stock to deal - not enough sellers to satisfy buyers. Despite the price being heavily manipulated - both ways - that situation is contrary to the stock exchange spirit of free trade and an orderly market. Therefore the nomad requires the major stock holders to release sufficient shares onto the exchange to allow this day to day trading to proceed in an orderly or regular manner. These extra shares should not effect price to any great extent one way or another over the medium term; as James says, providing the business is performing well, and thus attracting investors, there should be good growth in the share price and appropriate liquidity in the market to satisfy allcomers. That's what I'm hoping anyway!
11/12/2006
12:14
affc21: CCH managed growth of pre tax profit from 2H 2005 PTP £646,494 to 1H 2006 PTP £1.6m, which works out at an impressive 147% growth over 6 months (thats some growth over 6 month). Have used PTP (Pre Tax Profit), as it more realistically shows the growth in bussiness activity, since in their last results they paid tax compared to their previous results where no tax was paid. ie growth not distorted by tax. So if they only achieve growth of 50% in the 2H 2006 from a relatively fixed cost base, they will earn 2.7p per share after Tax for this year (CCH financial year end is 31 December). CCH earned 1.09p in the 1H 2006 (after Tax). With the share price at 16.5p (mid), then if they were to achieve EPS of 2.7p (after Tax), that would put CCH on a PER of x6.1 for this year (financial year end is 31 December). If CCH were to stand still (ie no growth) for the rest of this year(2H) they will make EPS of 2.18p which would put them on a respectable PER of x7.5 (at 16.5p mid. share price), for this year 2006. Plus cash in bank. However when you take into account the cash in the bank of at least £2.5m at year end (£6.7m at present), then the equivalent PER of x5 is surely to low.
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