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CCH Coca-cola Hbc Ag

14.00 (0.51%)
24 May 2024 - Closed
Delayed by 15 minutes
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
  14.00 0.51% 2,782.00 400,112 16:35:02
Bid Price Offer Price High Price Low Price Open Price
2,786.00 2,788.00 2,790.00 2,744.00 2,758.00
Industry Sector Turnover Profit EPS - Basic PE Ratio Market Cap
Btld & Can Soft Drinks,water EUR 10.18B EUR 636.5M EUR 1.7061 16.34 10.4B
Last Trade Time Trade Type Trade Size Trade Price Currency
16:44:28 O 3,486 2,782.45 GBX

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Posted at 25/5/2024 09:20 by Coca-cola Hbc Daily Update
Coca-cola Hbc Ag is listed in the Btld & Can Soft Drinks,water sector of the London Stock Exchange with ticker CCH. The last closing price for Coca-cola Hbc was 2,768p.
Coca-cola Hbc currently has 373,083,461 shares in issue. The market capitalisation of Coca-cola Hbc is £10,401,566,893.
Coca-cola Hbc has a price to earnings ratio (PE ratio) of 16.34.
This morning CCH shares opened at 2,758p
Posted at 19/5/2022 11:21 by ram376s
Pop up CCH . 300 nurse to train for GDR new game changer test . Multibagger possible . Anticipated news .
Posted at 13/5/2022 22:14 by m_kerr
a very good update in the circumstances IMV, though the full impact of the ukraine invasion is not felt in these numbers (at least €330m in fixed assets invested in russia), and 18% of EBIT.

few consumer staples companies have the customer loyalty and pricing power of soft drinks companies - maybe only tobacco and confectionary that i can think of. people will trade down to own label on many things during these inflationary times - cereal, yoghurt, bread etc, but IMV coca cola will be one of the last things people trade down on.

i'd been waiting for an even more attractive entry price so this update did take me by surprise, but maybe i shouldnt have been.....!
Posted at 09/3/2022 13:57 by mwainw1973
Be rude not to at this price
Posted at 08/3/2022 17:06 by m_kerr
there's considerable public pressure being pushed on coca cola (KO) to pull out of russia. problem is they can't really make that decision when it's CCH that stand to lose the most out of it, as they have the capital invested in russia, and it affects almost 20% of their revenue and EBIT. morally coca cola (KO) cannot really make that decision to pull out unless they compensate CCH. i expect CCH / KO to update investors in due course as to their stance here.
Posted at 05/3/2022 17:21 by m_kerr
due to some fixed costs and operating leverage (manufacturers have quite high fixed costs), losing 20% of your revenue and EBIT will lead to a greater than 20% fall in profits as they'll lose the contribution to fixed costs. they have a number of factories in russia (around 10) and at least one in ukraine. even if russia remains operational, they will presumably face difficulty repatriating any profits due to the sanctions. to be cautious i'd budget for more like a 25-30% fall in profits for the time being.

to illustrate, from 2016-19 revenue increased 4% compound, whereas ebit increased 12% compound. obviously this works the other way should revenue fall.

i'd venture to add that the share price falling 35-40% does at least reflect this disruption to business.
Posted at 01/3/2022 15:10 by alwaysvalue
I don't hold here but had a look at the annual report to size up worst case scenario. Page 33 says operating profit about 800m. Of which about 400m is emerging markets. Page 44 says Ukraine, Belarus and Russia are about 40% by volume of emerging markets. I don't see a operating profit breakdown by country but might be there if I had more time to read everything. Assuming those three go to zero and using volume as a proxy for operating profit would give an adjusted emerging market operating profit of about 240m and a total operating profit of about 640m or a 20% overall reduction. Current earnings per share is 1.5 euro (page 2) so that goes to 1.2 euro with a 20% reduction or around a £1 if you want to compare to current share price of about £18. There would need to be other charges for loss of assets and other things so with a wipeout fair value ought to me more than 20% less than before. Also emerging markets are part of the growth story so with those reduced then this should be valued as more a value share and a bit less growth. Of course if you think it will still be possible to get a Coke in Moscow or Kyiv in ten years time and that CCH will have bottled it then it's back to growth. Anyone got a different take on the balance sheet?
Posted at 01/3/2022 08:41 by bulltradept
However, if CCH came out and said we've got assurances from both sets of governments that our plants won't be affected because everyone loves a coke (!), we'd all be happy! ;-)
Posted at 22/2/2022 21:59 by alwaysvalue
Hi Salpara111, CCH trade sell into Ukraine and Russia. They list Nigeria and Russia as their two largest markets but I can't find any details of the relevant percents.
Posted at 09/9/2021 20:13 by philanderer

Coca-Cola HBC (LSE: CCH) is Europe’s largest CocaCola bottler, with a stronghold on the European beverage market. Marketed by one of the most beloved brands in the world, I think it is a stable investment that almost guarantees returns in the long term. Along with Coke, the company also licenses popular products like Fanta, Monster Energy, and Costa Coffee. This adds to its diversity, which I think allows it to garner a large and faithful consumer base.

The company has rebounded well from the effects of the pandemic. Its shares have grown a respectable 21.3% in the last 12 months. However, the company is heavily reliant on Coca Cola products, which is a concern. But, the steady 2.2% dividend yield and unbeatable market share makes it the perfect defensive UK share to buy for my portfolio today.
Posted at 07/9/2021 15:54 by hopefuldave
All this news is good if helps the company increase profits. What upsets me is that the dividend is great, but I’m losing more due to my reduced capital as the share price is collapsing. Will it recover?
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