Share Name Share Symbol Market Type Share ISIN Share Description
Fevertree Drinks LSE:FEVR London Ordinary Share GB00BRJ9BJ26 ORD 0.25P
  Price Change % Change Share Price Shares Traded Last Trade
  +33.00p +0.91% 3,672.00p 333,382 16:35:28
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3,679.00p 3,686.00p 3,725.00p 3,635.00p 3,635.00p
Industry Sector Turnover (m) Profit (m) EPS - Basic PE Ratio Market Cap (m)
Beverages 170.17 56.43 39.48 93.0 4,263.6

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Fevertree Daily Update: Fevertree Drinks is listed in the Beverages sector of the London Stock Exchange with ticker FEVR. The last closing price for Fevertree was 3,639p.
Fevertree Drinks has a 4 week average price of 3,460p and a 12 week average price of 3,288p.
The 1 year high share price is 4,120p while the 1 year low share price is currently 1,816p.
There are currently 116,111,983 shares in issue and the average daily traded volume is 272,530 shares. The market capitalisation of Fevertree Drinks is £4,263,632,015.76.
123trev: Moving forward the biggest problem is the large margin that’s being made here the American market knowing this will want huge discounts and very favourable payment terms that are starting to be asked for in the U.K. a little late though maybe! That’s the nature of business I’m afraid and those directors are fully aware as are the major holders their playing the share price at the minute to milk it dry then bang the big drop will come followed by another then another.
martywidget: 07 August 2018 ...Despite the rapid share price rise, analysts at Jefferies said there is still an investment case for investors to take a look at the stock. Equity analyst Ed Mundy noted that expansion into the US – a relatively untapped market for the company – could be a game changer. “The US is the largest growth opportunity for Fever-Tree over the medium term given premiumisation trends in spirits and culture of long drink mixability,” he said. While in the UK premium mixers account for around 39 per cent of the market, in the US it is just 5 per cent. “Assuming that the current premium mixer market can grow from current 5 per cent to 20 per cent, this represents a potential £167m incremental opportunity versus 2017 group sales of £170m. This implies that if the US is successful, Fever-Tree’s group sales could double,” Mundy noted. Meanwhile, non-tonic sales, which currently account for 25 per cent of the business, could be more lucrative, with the firm launching a dark spirits range. “We estimate that the premium dark spirits market (e.g. whiskey, brandy and rum) is 10x the size of the premium gin market,” the analyst said. However, there are risks for the business. Indeed, competitor Schweppes remains the market leader in tonic water with a market share of 37 per cent in the UK. Although the premium gin recovery is expected to grow over the next few years, changes in consumer choices or lifestyle could also negatively impact sales. Overall, he said the underlying core business has a valuation of around 3,300p per share assuming average group revenue growth of 23 per cent between 2018 and 2021. However, if an integration to the US is successful it could add another 3,000p of value per share. Currently the stock has a share price of 3,586p per share. Https://
christh: tomorrow will be trading around £36.50-£36.80p demand for the shares is great. volume traded good, meaning shares are wanted. So tomorrow will be a stronger share price than today
martywidget: Stock Rating Reiterated by Analysts at Jefferies International (New target - £43.00) Old target price - 4000p New target price - 4300p Reiterates Http:// Jefferies Financial Group Increases Fevertree Drinks (FEVR) Price Target to GBX 4,300 Https:// [Fevertree Drinks PLC 18.1% Potential Upside Indicated by Jefferies International] Https://
christh: Most of the hedge funds, pension funds,Financial institutions will be piling in these. The share price will get to £39 and £40-£45 as the sales boom, and more to come with the sales in the US and Europe. The share price is a steal (in my opinion) as the potential is enormous and can turn at any time heading upwards to £39.
villarich: I like the phrase 'they've tapped out the UK market.' I completely agree and the US story, along with the push on the dark spirits mixers is key to keeping the growth story going. And that's why I think we have possibly hit the top in terms of high growth which moves the share price at speed. We aren't going to see it double this year, far from it, but it should still grow. I see 20% uplift in the share price this year, barring no major issues.
sogoesit: Danny, as Villa says, it seemed a pretty odd question (for an accountant) but referring to gainer/loser lists share price (amount) movements are based on the underlying pence, or monetary, absolute change. Share price percentage gainers/losers reduce the share price movements to ranking them based on their movements as a percentage of their own share price. In general terms absolute price is not meaningful to rank gainers/losers... what matters is how much in proportional terms they have changed and also how much this change has been compared against an index or market. (Note Villa’s point about spreadbetting which is based on monetary absolutes... making high monetary numbered shares more interesting..)... ... if I’m right otherwise I better stick to the Great Wall! (But always beware, the market can make fools of us all and certainly has done in my case on numerous occasions ;-) )
christh: HA HA HA Calling the kettle black. I have not sell my shares at all, waiting for the takeover, £28 or £30. Results are known already. Waiting for the rumours of a possible or likely bidder in the scene. £26.85 was the highest price that Fevr price hit so it will be £26.85+10% to accept the offer
villarich: I've done some really rough analysis based on the limited financial information given in today's update to see where the share price might go over the next year or so. They are really rough figures with roundings but hopefully it all makes sense. I'll revisit when the full results are released. Last years reported Post-Tax Profit was £27.5m from revenues of £102m (roughly 27% of revenue was turned into PTP). Using that percentage on today's reported revenue figure, I'm getting £45.6m in profit which gives us EPS of 39.6p. I've rounded this to 40p for ease. I get a current multiple of 104 based on 24p EPS. If we applied 104 to 40p EPS we get a share price of £41. It would be wrong though to apply 104 to this EPS because the current multiple has that growth factored in. If we apply a multiple of 60 (this time last year the multiple was around 60) to 40p EPS we get £24. Right where we are now. If EPS does come in at 40p then EPS growth is 66%. Let's assume growth continues at a similar, albeit slightly lower pace of 50% this year. That gives us an EPS of 60p in 2018. Applying a multiple of 60 to that gives us a share price of £35.64. Again it's probably wrong to apply the same multiple again so a multiple of 50 gives us an share price of £29.70 (18% up from now). As I said there's loads of assumptions in here but I'd be interested to see the EPS in the full results and will revisit my thoughts. Overall, I won't be selling any time soon. Then again I wont be topping up either. It's a hold for me.
sogoesit: The article excerpt referred to in post 1013: "Fevertree (FEVR:AIM) £16.05 Current market status: LOVED Fevertree’s tonic water is increasingly the gin lover’s mixer of choice as it is considered a high quality product. The company has succeeded in getting its products stocked in a wide range of places, from supermarkets and restaurants to airlines and pubs. Fevertree has an asset-light, outsourced production model that means it is very cash generative and able to pay a progressive dividend. Its share price has risen 12-fold in value since joining the stock market in 2014. It has developed a reputation for providing conservative earnings guidance to analysts and subsequently over-delivering when financial numbers are reported. That has led to a continuous stream of earnings upgrades which have fuelled significant share price gains. FEVR - Comparison Line Chart (Rebased to first) WHAT ARE THE NEGATIVE POINTS FOR THE INVESTMENT CASE? 1. Could struggle to crack dark spirit market It is betting on a repeat of its tonic water success in the dark spirit mixers category. We think that’s a tall order. The market could punish the share price if the company cannot crack this market to same degree as it has done with light spirit mixers. Gin (a light spirit) and tonic is a refreshing drink where consumers clearly want high quality from both the spirit and the mixer, hence why Fevertree has done so well. However, dark spirits tend to be drunk neat, such as brandy, bourbon and whisky, so no need for fancy mixers. A mixer could cover up the true taste of whisky, for example, which defeats the object of enjoying that type of spirit. Water or ice would be acceptable mixers for whisky, but you don’t need a Fevertree-branded product. As for something like whisky and cola, surely that is the preferred drink of someone who is going after quantity over quality? Fevertree is now selling Madagascan Cola, which it claims to enhance ‘the complex flavours’ of the finest rums, whiskies and bourbons. Convincing shophisticated whisky drinkers to start adding cola to their favourite tipple will be a hard sell, in our opinion. 2. Is the business really worth £1.8bn? We note that Charles Rolls, one of the company’s founders and deputy chairman, last month sold £73.1m worth of shares. He cashed in £17.3m worth of shares when the company floated three years ago, plus earned £648,000 from Fevertree in pay and bonuses in 2016 alone – so hardly short of cash. Selling a large chunk now sends a negative signal to the market about the company’s future prospects. 3. Main Market plans We’ve heard talk that Fevertree is going to move to London’s Main Market. The company’s advisers say there are no plans at present, but we see this as a short-term risk to the share price if it does happen. The stock is a popular choice for investors wanting AIM shares that qualify for inheritance tax benefits. IHT portfolio managers would be forced to sell if Fevertree went to the Main Market as the shares would no longer qualify for the tax benefits."
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