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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
  7.50 0.19% 3,857.50 3,849.00 3,851.00 3,937.00 3,850.00 3,872.00 6,220,076 16:35:06
Industry Sector Turnover (m) Profit (m) EPS - Basic PE Ratio Market Cap (m)
Beverages 22,448.0 4,387.0 140.2 27.5 88,714

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16/6/2021
13:22
NFL, Diageo agree to comprehensive sponsorship deal Diageo and the NFL have completed a comprehensive spirits marketing pact, which will be the league’s first sponsorship in that category. Sources said that Diageo gets exclusivity across spirits broadly, but the sponsorship will be used to market three main Diageo brands: Smirnoff vodka, Captain Morgan flavored rum and Crown Royal whiskey. HTTPS://www.sportsbusinessjournal.com/SB-Blogs/Breaking-News/2021/06/Diageo-NFL.aspx
philanderer
15/6/2021
11:28
1 year intraday high reached today
gateside
15/6/2021
08:14
If you feel like blaming the Government - have a drink and the feeling will go away. I tried it. A Diageo drink of course!
onei
14/6/2021
10:10
BERNSTEIN CUTS DIAGEO TO 'MARKET-PERFORM' ('OUTPERFORM') - PRICE TARGET 3,550
philanderer
11/6/2021
11:17
Diageo pulls out of sponsoring Copa America soccer tournament HTTPS://whbl.com/2021/06/10/diageo-pulls-out-of-sponsoring-copa-america-soccer-tournament/
philanderer
11/6/2021
03:51
hxxps://www.thetimes.co.uk/article/microdraft-guinness-is-pure-genius-ncsmfzcf2 'Microdraft’ Guinness is pure genius It is being hailed as the biggest technological advance in beer dispense since the “widget” more than three decades ago. Draught Guinness, which until now has always been dispensed from traditional beer kegs kept in pub cellars, will soon be available from a can. The brewer, famous for its advertising jingle “good things come to those who wait”, has spent two years developing cutting-edge technology that pours the perfect pint of the “black stuff” from a special can. It said the new technology was designed as “a solution to pour Guinness in new places and new spaces, such as restaurants, where previously it would be impossible to serve it on tap due to the lack of keg system, beer lines and cooling system complexities”. The dispense system sits on the bar and uses a “world first, patent pending, double coaxial piercing of the can”. An air pump pushes the liquid out of the can and automatically stops when it reaches the top of the harp on the glass to enable an authentic two-part pour. The system also tests the temperature of the stout to ensure it is cold enough. Grainne Wafer, global brand director at Guinness, based at the St James’s Gate brewery in Dublin, said that Guinness MicroDraught, as it has been dubbed, was effectively “the smallest keg in the world and gives the perfect pint-glass experience”. It tasted exactly the same as a pint poured from a keg, she insisted. Guinness, which is sold in 150 countries, has a long history of innovation. In 1959 it became the first beer to deploy hydrogen in the pour to produce a creamy pint, then in 1988 it launched the widget, allowing drinkers to enjoy the Guinness “surge and settle” at home for the first time. Its forays into innovation have not always gone as smoothly as its beer, however. In 2002, it ditched its famous slogan and launched a quick-pour dispense system that reduced the time taken to pour a pint from 119 seconds to just 25, declaring: “We have to accept that the two-minute pint is not relevant to our consumers today.” It turned out they were, in fact, prepared to wait, and the quick-pour system was quietly dropped the following year. Last year’s launch of a non-alcoholic version of the stout, Guinness 0.0, also came a cropper. After four years under development, and just three weeks after its launch, the cans had to be removed from supermarket shelves after a product recall “because of microbiological contamination which may make some cans unsafe to consume”. It is being relaunched at the end of August. Guinness MicroDraught will initially be tested in the UK this month in the Fridays restaurant chain (formerly TGI Friday’s) then next month in Ireland and Korea, which turns out to be the sixth biggest market for Guinness globally. Its rollout by Diageo, the drinks giant that owns the stout, will make draught Guinness available in an additional 12,000 outlets. The new dispense system could presage an eventual launch of the perfect pint of draught Guinness in people’s homes, which would come in handy during lockdowns. Wafer confirmed: “We’re looking at whether we can do something in the home.”
travestor
29/5/2021
10:58
SAGE not happy at all with the government. .. 'data' not 'dates' MR MONEY MAKER: A wee dram of drinks giant Diageo might just lift your profits https://www.thisismoney.co.uk/money/investing/article-9630529/MR-MONEY-MAKER-Diageo-just-lift-profits.html
philanderer
28/5/2021
12:20
Nothing in the data to delay 21st June restrictions being lifted, - business secretary Kwasi Kwarteng, "I don't think we will move the date," said Kwasi Kwarteng - but added that the scientific evidence could change. I guess two weeks is a long time for the growing Indian variant and not long enough to grow the vaccinations.
spacecake
24/5/2021
10:36
DZ BANK RAISES FAIR VALUE FOR DIAGEO TO 3,800 (3,500) PENCE - 'BUY' JEFFERIES RAISES DIAGEO PRICE TARGET TO 3,800 (3,600) PENCE - 'BUY'
philanderer
21/5/2021
14:50
Nick Train: Beverage companies set for 'sustained recovery' Share prices to keep rising The four beverage companies held in Nick Train's Lindsell Train investment trust portfolio are set for "a sustained recovery", according to the manager, who believes the share price uptick they have experienced over the last month is set to continue. According to Train's latest portfolio update published today (20 May), Heineken saw the most substantial share price gain at 13%, followed by Diageo at 9%, Laurent Perrier at 8% and AG Barr at 3%. HTTPS://www.investmentweek.co.uk/interview/4031599/nick-train-beverage-companies-set-sustained-recovery
philanderer
17/5/2021
14:47
Another one ;-) GOLDMAN SACHS RAISES DIAGEO PRICE TARGET TO 3,800 (3,400) PENCE - 'BUY'
philanderer
14/5/2021
12:58
I love broker targets: 1. They are always different - how can that be? 2. There would be no point in having them if they were all the same!! A wonderful paradox which reminds me of the clocks on the station platforms telling different times
toffeeman
14/5/2021
11:05
RBC RAISES DIAGEO PRICE TARGET TO 2,700 (2,400) PENCE - 'SECTOR PERFORM' BARCLAYS RAISES DIAGEO PRICE TARGET TO 3,850 (3,640) PENCE - 'OVERWEIGHT'
philanderer
13/5/2021
12:27
BERNSTEIN RAISES DIAGEO PRICE TARGET TO 3,550 (3,450) PENCE - 'OUTPERFORM' DEUTSCHE BANK RAISES DIAGEO PRICE TARGET TO 4,200 (4,000) PENCE - 'BUY' CREDIT SUISSE RAISES DIAGEO PRICE TARGET TO 3,700 (3,450) PENCE - 'OUTPERFORM' BERENBERG RAISES DIAGEO PRICE TARGET TO 3,540 (3,250) PENCE - 'HOLD' CITIGROUP RAISES DIAGEO PRICE TARGET TO 3,325 (3,200) PENCE - 'NEUTRAL'
philanderer
12/5/2021
18:42
I haven't been investing for long and am planning to hold for the long term. So I think buybacks are probably better than dividends for me as it effectively increases my holding in the company without having to pay broker fees to reinvest dividends
bull19
12/5/2021
18:01
Yes - you can argue that as well and say that if a shareholder wants some income they sell some shares!
toffeeman
12/5/2021
17:38
Couldn't you say the same thing about companies issuing dividends Toffeeman?
bull19
12/5/2021
11:29
I hate share buy backs - it means management can't deploy the resources they have in the business to make it grow.
toffeeman
12/5/2021
09:54
Good update , and buyback news.
philanderer
12/5/2021
08:24
Strong branded consumer goods companies with pricing power and gold are the places to be for the next phase.
spoole5
12/5/2021
08:12
Market likes it - Most of yesterday's fall recovered.
pugugly
12/5/2021
08:01
Very decent figures. Buy and hold forever stock
spoole5
25/4/2021
20:45
Shandy poised for revival fuelled by thirst for no- and low-alcohol beer Supermarket sales of ‘nolo’ beer, wine and spirits have surged by 50% over the past year as more young people go teetotal HTTPS://www.theguardian.com/business/2021/apr/25/shandy-poised-for-revival-fuelled-by-thirst-for-no--and-low-alcohol-beer
philanderer
21/4/2021
17:01
They may have been good - but not good enough to shift the share price
toffeeman
21/4/2021
16:36
Decent Heineken results today
spoole5
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