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Share Name Share Symbol Market Type Share ISIN Share Description
Fevertree Drinks Plc LSE:FEVR London Ordinary Share GB00BRJ9BJ26 ORD 0.25P
  Price Change % Change Share Price Bid Price Offer Price High Price Low Price Open Price Shares Traded Last Trade
  26.00 1.11% 2,361.00 2,369.00 2,373.00 2,374.00 2,318.00 2,373.00 178,999 16:35:25
Industry Sector Turnover (m) Profit (m) EPS - Basic PE Ratio Market Cap (m)
Beverages 252.1 51.6 35.9 65.8 2,751

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26/5/2020
17:01
Back up to jan numbers
llama1978
26/5/2020
14:13
Yep, I was thinking about the logic after reading CT's post. In a pub, bar, whatever, you get served measures whereas at home you pour directly from a bottle. In the latter there's no constraint on the quantity (even with steady hands Lol). Secondly, at home, there's no time constraint. And, finally, I suspect there's a lot more "social" drinking going on at home than the Stasi are observing. Anyway, looks like priming for a take-off. 1885's my marker. Good luck!
sogoesit
26/5/2020
13:02
Simple, people drink more gin at home than the pub. I expect sales to be well up on 2019. Many people are actually better off under lockdown (those who had office jobs and are now working from home). Easy to justify buying premium tonic when you’re saving money on petrol, not going to restaurants, for myself a few days rent mid week. My credit card bill has halved! The new sodas are pretty good. Very summery, will go down well with the ladies I expect. Let’s hope the pubs stay shut until xmas :)
llama1978
25/5/2020
10:20
I went long at the end of last week - in small way as part of a small basket of esoteric recent momentum (Microwave Vision SA, Kornit Digital and Hilton Food Group). The off trade is likely covering on the on trade losses in the UK, and other places have started to open up. There is some overhead resistance on the slow moving average, but a flag is forming. It isn't a broken company, and thus is more attractive than the swathe of businesses that are, and that must make money flow asymmetric. Better to overpay for slow growth than to lose everything, and the hurdle rate to beat over the medium term is pretty close to zero.
hpcg
25/5/2020
08:38
Anecdotally sounds encouraging! As ever, thanks CT. On a, simplistic, TA basis this downtrend has now been in place for just over a year (since 3 May '19) and currently bumping up against the upper downtrend line. (Apparent in the charts above too). If we break out to around 1875/85 the share price looks good for aiming to the next resistance at £20'ish (the round figure that those selling/shorting may like to try their luck with). Thereafter it might be a struggle. On the other hand, if the inverted H&S pattern works fully, then £25/26 could come in short order over the summer months. Obviously a good summer, opening locked-in or not, could help sentiment together with an update at the AGM on 2 June. I am thinking, if that's possible in the current weekend environment, that I will try my luck and accumulate at a break-out at the 1885 mark. That's the plan, but, on contact with reality, that plan may not survive (to misquote von Moltke)! Good luck!
sogoesit
22/5/2020
18:31
Interesting Neilson data today - The week ending May 9, 2020 saw off-trade sales up by 50% compared to the same week in 2019, according to Nielsen data. This probably also equates to tonic sales up 50% as well.
trying2getrichquick
22/5/2020
18:25
CT Regarding ‘Told today they are NOT taking on new accounts’, a Director at FT has just told me that this is not the case. It’s business as usual and new accounts are welcomed, as they are growing their footprint.
trying2getrichquick
22/5/2020
18:25
CT Regarding ‘Told today they are NOT taking on new accounts’, a Director at FT has just told me that this is not the case. It’s business as usual and new accounts are welcomed, as they are growing their footprint.
trying2getrichquick
21/5/2020
14:20
Germany is the only listed subsidiary that did not contribute in anyway to 2018 numbers but 100% for 2019, hence my assumption.Companies house has it registered in March 2019 as a subsidiary of Fever Tree Europe, two directors/officers: Warrilow and Branchflower.
discodave4
21/5/2020
14:05
Could very well be, but maybe all subsidiaries (including US). "The Company has taken advantage of the exemption not to disclose related party transactions with wholly owned fellow Group companies." Amounts owed by group undertakings 2019 65.2£m 2018 5.3£m apad
apad
21/5/2020
13:58
The weather during lockdown has been epic. And looks like staying that way for some time yet. Walking down my road yesterday evening I reckon half the street were having bbqs. And all good bbqs have fever tree! I managed to get 3 of the 4 new sodas, although not tried yet, ran out of spirits to mix it with!
llama1978
21/5/2020
13:34
APADI think it may have something to do with setting up the subsidiary FeverTree Germany Ltd. Seems a large number though.
discodave4
21/5/2020
08:42
IMO take profits Tiger
buywell3
20/5/2020
18:23
Its a Wednesday and a record for us on FT today. Retail sales over £8000 in a single day. LFL on the same Wednesday last year was £362. Order in since 2pm to go out tomorrow stand at over £2600. Work on 16.99 retail per case for the 200ml That = to 470 cases today or 4 pallets. Smashing it. We carry the full sugar range tiger
castleford tiger
20/5/2020
17:04
It’s bbq and g&t weather!
llama1978
20/5/2020
08:15
Dow futures rise, continuing volatile week on Wall Street Published Tue, May 19 20206:03 PM EDT Updated 3 hours ago Maggie Fitzgerald @mkmfitzgerald
christh
20/5/2020
08:11
I wish they’d sell the full fat version in the supermarkets more, so hard to get hold of and no idea why really. Sugar tax can just be passed on to consumer...
llama1978
19/5/2020
19:52
Emailed them Sogoesit - no reply as yet. CT that sounds relatively positive 😊 "Not taking on new accounts" Blimey. Makes me realise wot I don't know! My first purchase was in Nov. 2014 (about 170p). To me it has always been a bet on the creation of a new global brand. Been quite a sleigh ride, but the bet is still the same. 😊 GLA apad
apad
19/5/2020
18:29
one or too shortages creeping into Fevertree now. We have stock on back order ( that's very unusual ) The extra 30 days to pay is only for money owing at lock down not for new orders. They are keeping a very tight grip on cash flow and credit. My orders can be 25k a pop but they wont let me have 2 in same credit period so we finish up with only 14 days credit. Not complaining as we are only selling retail at the moment so only have to cover stock in the building ( 25k ) Told today they are NOT taking on new accounts....could be 1) They are too busy 2) They are concerned re credit. To be fair I think its the former. No idea what stock situation is like in supermarkets but our home deliveries ( 850 a day)........ many are adding fevertree and these are NEW customers to me. Tiger
castleford tiger
16/5/2020
10:56
Dunno, apad, maybe something to do with when separation of a subsidiary (or operating unit) took place eg structure of US operation (and financing for that)? Wasn't there a structural/organisational change in US operations during 2019? (I'm guessing as am not an accountant).
sogoesit
16/5/2020
10:30
Asda has no Fever tree in Cumbernauld , three empty shelves.
bargainbob
16/5/2020
10:25
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