Share Name Share Symbol Market Type Share ISIN Share Description
Diageo Plc LSE:DGE London Ordinary Share GB0002374006 ORD 28 101/108P
  Price Change % Change Share Price Bid Price Offer Price High Price Low Price Open Price Shares Traded Last Trade
  -23.50 -0.65% 3,615.50 3,613.50 3,614.50 3,650.00 3,601.00 3,648.00 3,635,607 16:35:05
Industry Sector Turnover (m) Profit (m) EPS - Basic PE Ratio Market Cap (m)
Beverages 19,153.0 3,706.0 113.8 31.8 84,564

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updated: 17th feb Barclays overweight tp 3580p 5th feb UBS buy tp 3480p 3rd feb Kepler buy tp 3700p 3rd feb Deutsche hold tp 3250p 31st jan JP Morgan underweight tp 2800p 31st jan Citigroup buy tp 3600p 31st jan Credit Suisse outperform tp 3550p 3st jan Bernstein market perform tp 3370p 31st jan Berenberg hold tp 2720p 30th jan ++++++ interims ++++++
Diageo opens relocated North America headquarters in Manhattan HTTPS://lite.poandpo.com/companies/diageo-opens-relocated-north-america-headquarters-in-manhattan-1222020991
A new super-premium gin from Tanqueray No. Ten – distilled in small batches and known for its blend of botanicals and citrus fruits – has been launched exclusively in global travel retail, at airports such as London Heathrow, Dubai, Auckland and Madrid, before being introduced to other retail channels in time for summer, says parent company, Diageo. HTTPS://www.trbusiness.com/regional-news/international/new-tanqueray-no-ten-citrus-heart-feeds-desire-for-experimentation/182674
'Diageo: Brexit Has Not Made It A Bargain Yet' HTTPS://seekingalpha.com/article/4323223-diageo-brexit-not-made-bargain-yet
5th feb UBS buy tp 3480p cut from 3750p
Market report: Guinness and Baileys owner Diageo rose 2.9 per cent, or 88p, to 3098p after brokers at Kepler Cheuvreux gave it a 'buy' rating, toasting the drinks company for being much less exposed to Asia and the knock-on effects of the coronavirus outbreak than many of its competitors. https://www.dailymail.co.uk/money/markets/article-7962601/MARKET-REPORT-Mike-Ashley-bags-19m-stake-Mulberry.html
Added - over sold near term.
Pretty solid update although foreword guidance towards lower end of 4-6 % range -nice increase in dividend tho !
Upcoming events on DIAGEO PLC januaey/30/2020 Interim 2020 Earnings Release
THURSDAY WILL TELL ALL Https://www.marketscreener.com/DIAGEO-PLC-4000514/?type_recherche=rapide&mots=DGE 1st Strong support it seems at 3051p
Will buy in if it tests it's 2940 level.
contrarian joe
China, fastest growing part of the business
Any idea why the big drop today ?
DGE Credit Suisse Outperform 3,570.00 - Reiterates
RBC Capital Markets Outperform up from 3,100.00 to 3,500.00 Upgrades
RBC Capital upgrades Diageo to ‘outperform217; ep diageo 20190725143003 DiageoDIAGEO - Archivo RBC Capital Markets upgraded shares of drinks company Diageo to ‘outperform217; from ‘sector perform’ on Tuesday, hiking the price target to 3,500p from 3,100p. Diageo 3,137.50 12:39:52 03/12/19 -1.16% 13.50 FTSE 100 7,194.33 12:39:54 03/12/19 -1.26% -91.61 FTSE 350 4,043.68 12:39:55 03/12/19 -1.13% -46.36 FTSE All-Share 3,990.78 12:39:55 03/12/19 -1.11% -44.99 Not only is Diageo growing revenue faster than most consumer staples companies, but it’s doing so in its more highly priced, higher margin categories, RBC said, noting that this bodes well for its ambition to be a reliable compounder of growth. "We’re big believers in the virtuous circle school of management: companies invest to drive revenue growth yielding declining cost ratios enabling them to raise margins and step up revenue investment," it said, adding that "Diageo seems to get it". "Marketing/sales has risen in each of the last three years; this looks likely to continue. Sales growth has done likewise, and with consumer sentiment for its largest brands amongst the most favourable in the alcoholic beverages sector according to RBC Elements (our data science team) we expect it to remain robust." RBC said it expects operating profit growth at the upper end of Diageo’s 5-7% medium-term guidance range. At 1250 GMT, the shares were up 0.5% at 3,141p.
Https://www.just-drinks.com/analysis/sterlings-bounceback-puts-pressure-on-diageo-pernod-ricard-as-jameson-is-taken-to-the-mat-analysis_id129779.aspx Sterling's bounceback puts pressure on Diageo, Pernod Ricard as Jameson is taken to the mat - Analysis Andy Morton22 November 2019 One of the benefits of the Brexit vote, for international drinks companies with operations in the UK, was the subsequent fall in the value of the pound. Overnight, production costs, relative to other currencies, dropped sharply for beverages made in the country. The Pound has strengthened recently against the Euro and US Dollar That benefit, however, may be eroding. According to a note from analysts at Bernstein this week, the recent strengthening of the Pound against the US Dollar and Euro is liable to affect upcoming financial results announcements as it hasn't been factored into current full-year guidance. Among those affected will be Diageo and Pernod Ricard, the two biggest Scotch whisky producers, both of whom export vast amounts of premium brown spirit from Speyside and elsewhere to all corners of the globe. Pernod, which also makes a number of gin brands in the UK, will see a transactional hit from its British production vastly outpace any gains made through consumers in the country spending their stronger Pound. Bernstein said that, overall, Pernod, which makes about 30% of its global sales from UK-made products predominantly sold outside of the country, will take a EUR43m (US$48m) loss to full-year EBIT from currency changes. Meanwhile, expected transactional gains for Diageo, which is based in the UK and reports in Pounds, are expected to soften, according to Bernstein. Previously, the Johnnie Walker owner was on course for a GBP118m (US$152m) gain. That has now dropped to an estimated GBP17m benefit, Bernstein said. In comparison, Diageo's full-year guidance is for a GBP135m gain. The currency hits are just one expected headwind for spirits suppliers' fiscal years. Pernod will not report its first-half results until February, although Bernstein has flagged a potential issue the Chivas Regal and Absolut owner may have to counter as it heads into the New Year. Irish whiskey Jameson is a big cash accumulator for Pernod, especially in the US, where the group's brands overall are traditionally weaker than rival Diageo's, and especially since Absolut ran into challenges. Back in April, Bernstein said Jameson may come under pressure for Pernod in the US because of a weakening Irish whiskey category in the country and the added headache of new entrants such as MMA fighter Conor McGregor's Proper No. Twelve. In a note this week, Bernstein said deceleration in Jameson is "now fully visible", suggesting that Pernod - following its vodka problems - must now turn its attention to Irish whiskey in the US. Citing figures from NABCA, which gives detailed figures from the control states in the US, Bernstein said Jameson's growth over the past three months had slowed to 4%. Jameson was previously Pernod's fastest-growing brand in the US, but has now been overtaken by Malibu (+8% for the three-month period). With much of its current fiscal year remaining, Pernod will have to fight back against Irish whiskey upstarts such as McGregor to break Jameson out of the chokehold.
investorschampion 20 Sep '19 - 09:58 - 1115 of 1117 0 0 0 Diageo warns of global trade tension troubles. Diageo is in the Investor's Champion portfolio because it has defensive qualities which can support it even in an economic downturn. It also has a good track record of growth which we believe can continue for the foreseeable future. Read our ultimate guide to news updates from the king of booze here Https://www.investorschampion.com/channel/portfolio-flash-news/diageo-defensive-giant-to-beat-brexit-blu IC best to use capital H to start link
Indu Anand was head of public policy for Diageo India's northern region until 2018. "Diageo's India Bet: Woo Local Governments, Win the Market," at 10:00 a.m. ET on Nov. 10, incorrectly stated Ms. Anand was head of public policy for Diageo India until 2017 in the 13th paragraph. (Nov. 15, 2019) (END) Dow Jones Newswires November 15, 2019 13:43 ET (18:43 GMT)
Can someone explain how DGE can justify a PEG Factor of 3.38? --------------------------- PE Growth (PEG) Factor The PEG Factor, is the price-earnings (PE) ratio divided by the earnings per share (EPS) growth rate. The PEG factor measures the relative cost of earnings growth at the previous day's closing share price. The formula is the following: = PE ratio / EPS Growth Rate The PEG ratio is a tool that can help investors find undervalued stocks. When used in conjuction with other ratios, and the sector, it provides investors a perspective of how the market views a firm's growth potential in relation to EPS growth. Note: - A PEG factor equal to one, means that the market is pricing the stock to fully reflect its EPS growth potential. - A PEG factor greater than one, indicates that either the stock is overvalued, or that the market expects its future EPS growth to be greater than the current consensus. - A PEG factor less than one, indicates that either the stock is undervalued, or that the market does not expect the company to achieve its forcasted EPS growth.
Lead us not into temptation hTtps://invst.ly/c23av
investorschampion 9 Aug '19 - 10:05 - 1110 of 1111 0 0 0 Spirits giant Diageo buys a majority stake in a non-alcoholic spirit brand. Find out why DGE is in the Investor’s Champion portfolio. Https://www.investorschampion.com/channel/portfolio-flash-news/diageo-defensive-giant-
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