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 Shares Traded Last Trade
  28.00 0.78% 3,598.00 4,625,252 16:35:15
Bid Price Offer Price High Price Low Price Open Price
3,607.00 3,608.50 3,648.00 3,578.50 3,592.00
Industry Sector Turnover (m) Profit (m) EPS - Basic PE Ratio Market Cap (m)
Beverages 19,153.00 3,706.00 113.80 31.6 82,746
Last Trade Time Trade Type Trade Size Trade Price Currency
17:55:52 O 50,841 3,610.282 GBX

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Diageo Daily Update: Diageo Plc is listed in the Beverages sector of the London Stock Exchange with ticker DGE. The last closing price for Diageo was 3,570p.
Diageo Plc has a 4 week average price of 3,541.50p and a 12 week average price of 3,282.50p.
The 1 year high share price is 4,110p while the 1 year low share price is currently 3,282.50p.
There are currently 2,299,787,706 shares in issue and the average daily traded volume is 3,385,538 shares. The market capitalisation of Diageo Plc is £82,746,361,661.88.
tudes100: Consumers do reduce expenditure on consumer discretionary categories like alcohol in recession but for DGE it's possibly about their positioning as a premium brand manufacturer. When times are tough some consumers are less likely to buy the more expensive choice, they trade down and will pick up a brand that offers better value. DGE have proved themselves resilient over the years but they undoubtedly have a portfolio now that is increasingly focused on premium (they call them reserve) brands that offer better margin but arguably are more vulnerable to an economic slowdown.
thamestrader: Thanks Deutsche. Thanks a bunch. I wonder how recession-proof DGE is? Does tightening one's belt mean cutting down on the hard stuff? Naaaagh!
philanderer: Deutsche Bank cuts Diageo to 'hold' (buy) - price target 3,900 (4,650) pence
anhar: ...and dividends supporting shareholder returns... That's an odd comment considering the painfully low yield for DGE at present as I show above. Far from supporting returns, that yield is likely to put off investors for whom yield is a serious consideration. Not that anyone gives a toss about worthless public broker advice, or at least they shouldn't, but anyway, since it was posted here.
philanderer: Jefferies upgrades Diageo forecasts Jefferies has upgraded forecasts for drinks company Diageo (DGE), reflecting a continued favourable growth outlook and a recovery in trade sales, according to Edward Mundy, an analyst at the broker. Mundy believes Diageo is well-positioned to navigate a ‘stagflationary’ environment given its structural growth, pattern of market share gains, the increased demand for premium-level spirits, and a business model that can absorb the cost of goods inflation, underwritten by £1.2bn cost savings recently. Alongside buybacks and dividends supporting shareholder returns, the growth story is backed by an ambition to boost its share of the global alcoholic beverage market from 4% to 6% this decade. ‘We refresh our estimates to reflect a continued favourable growth environment and a recovery tailwind,’ Mundy said. Jefferies maintained a ‘buy’ recommendation with a price target of £44 on the stock, which closed up 0.8% at £40.11 on Wednesday.
anhar: Sure, call it 5,000p and you're breaking my heart at that price. This offer is a special for today only so hurry.
anhar: For income investors like me, DGE yield right now at 4,012p with a historical div of 73.95p is 1.8%, which is far below the market. The forecast yield is slightly higher but remains very low. For this reason it's a tempting sell because the cash could be reinvested in a much higher yielder to boost my port income. Against that, it is unique in the FTSE100 with no other booze manufacturer there. As I maintain wide diversification, selling would lose my representation in this sector which I'm reluctant to do. So I've decided to hang on for the time being.
philanderer: Credit Suisse raises Diageo price target to 4,700 (4,500) pence - 'outperform'
philanderer: Interims due on thursday. Questor: Diageo’s share price slump provides an opportune moment to ‘buy on the dip’ Questor share tip: loyal customers, opportunities for growth and the ‘premiumisation’ trend all bode well for its shares
philanderer: 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://
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