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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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08/6/2020
09:14
923 I don't understand the above point?
castleford tiger
08/6/2020
07:18
Fevertree will get a boost from advertising Already seen a boost on the lockdown ,it has cleeared all the shelves in Tesco's,Morissons We should see a rise to £25 by the end of the summer as the weather gets hotter
christh
08/6/2020
06:46
So company forecast about a 25% fall in overall sales for the lock down period. How that filters down we will have to wait and see but I feel even allowing for some openings this summer a 20% fall yoy looks about right. tiger
castleford tiger
06/6/2020
14:49
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rejoicebenson
04/6/2020
22:52
Strange about the hard seltzer opportunity. They already sell pre-mixed gin and tonic in the U.K. in bottles only I think? £2.75 in Tesco. It’s not a big step to making alcoholic drinks in cans is it? Especially as they now do soda waters. Apparently this is a massive trend in the US so seems like they are missing a trick here.
llama1978
04/6/2020
17:11
Appreciate the post, t2grq. 3. is particularly interesting. I know that they are not rushing in the US - it's 50 different countries! apad
apad
04/6/2020
17:01
Do you know how much was raised by Coca Cola? Any links?
trying2getrichquick
04/6/2020
16:52
Exciting times ahead - Fever-Tree Drinks plc AGM – 4th June 2020 Shareholder questions 1. Are there plans for new Fever-tree products in the near future, to further strengthen the the current range of tonic and soda waters and to reflect the challenges facing the hiospitality sector? Innovation remains central to ou strategy. Our innovation pipeline in terms of product development remains exciting with customers across both the On and Off-Trade increasingly receptive to our extended range of products. We have recently launched a new range of premium flavoured sodas in the UK as well as a Sparkling Pink Grapefruit Soda in the US market. These new products have been very well received and have enjoyed excellent feedback from consumers and the trade alike. As our global footprint continues to grow, the opportunity remains to extend our flavours and formats to ensure our products reflect the drinking habits and taste profiles for the region. 2. What is the Company view of the Hard Seltzer opportunity? While we are constantly assessing drinking trends and NPD across the beverage sector, our focus remains on the mixer category at this time. 3. Are there plans to enter some of the largest markets soon, such as China, India & Russia? We are already in those 3 markets, albeit relatively early stage. Last year saw us appoint our first Regional Director for Asia who is based in Hong Kong and we are continuging to build and enhance our distribution network while working closely with spirits companies on the long- mixed drink opportunity. 4. Have you had to furlough any staff during the current crisis? We are a small close knit team & we have felt from the start that it is important to provide them with the certainty & security throughout this period and we have not furloughed anyone with all of our team remaining on full pay throughout the last 10 weeks Where certain teams have has more capacity – most notably our on-trade team – we have deployed to different departments across the business to broaden their knowledge and skill set or launching new projects and initiatives
trying2getrichquick
04/6/2020
14:36
Time to step back now I think. It's been a great ride.
andysand
04/6/2020
13:02
Coca Cola probably realised that their signature mixers are awful and nobody would buy coke as a premium product for a premium spirit! I wouldn’t sell for less than £35 now
llama1978
04/6/2020
11:11
They do appear to be breaking out of long term downward trading channel in which they have been mired since September 2018. Strong buy signal. RM
rampmeister
04/6/2020
09:09
Bid? Coca-cola just raised a fortune in bond market..umm
waldof
04/6/2020
08:58
FEVR more informative than usual and pretty good, but expected. Brief on the US price cut. we really don't have significant information - still! Confirms Castleford Tiger's feedback. Probably already in the price (ish). apad
apad
04/6/2020
08:38
I wouldn’t be surprised at all if total consumption in the U.K. was a fair bit up on last year also. If a second more severe wave hits, remortgage your house and buy fever tree shares...
llama1978
04/6/2020
08:31
If Nielsen data is anything to go by, the US will be our main market a lot sooner than previously thought. My top up at 1975p this morning caught the bottom of that early downward spike. RM
rampmeister
04/6/2020
08:21
No new information "information" AGM Statement take down but quick bounce-back this am. The Statement only really covered April but looked encouraging for USA, quoting Nielsen stats, during the current mess. Excerpt: "US The US market is naturally weighted to the Off-Trade, which typically contributes 70% to the Group's US revenue. Since the start of lockdown, while On-Trade sales have been severely impacted, Off-Trade sales have grown extremely strongly. Nielsen data, which covers just under half of Fever-Tree's Off-Trade sales in the US, reported 98%(2) growth year-on-year for the four weeks to 18(th) April and 96%(2) in the four weeks to the 16(th) May. Whilst this performance reflects the benefit of incremental distribution that was secured over the course of H2 2019, along with increased at-home consumption during lockdown, it also highlights the growing strength of the Fever-Tree brand, supported by the continued trend towards premium, long drinks. In addition, the Group's US pricing and format optimisation has been very well received by distributors and retailers, with implementation beginning to be seen on-shelf between March and June 2020."
sogoesit
03/6/2020
19:30
See how you feel tomorrow llama. Have you got a branch in Jersey, Tiger 😊 GLA apad
apad
03/6/2020
19:22
Nothing cheers me up more on a rainy weekend than to sit by the French doors with a few bottles of gin and 8 bottles of fever tree...
llama1978
03/6/2020
11:00
Okaaayyy... so I've tried about 10 gins in the last year. That means another 790 to go. Hopefully I get there before dying or die before trying.
sogoesit
03/6/2020
10:41
There was a small increase in April . We sell the large bottle to RETAIL customers at 1.50 or 8 for 11.00. So we are a fair bit cheaper than main stream supermarkets. Our trade price is 8.99 plus vat per case. We are wholesale but we do have the retail arm that fits with our 800 plus gins. To be fair we have lost 90% of wholesale ( the pubs and catering outlets) and we just have the off-licence business left. We are looking forward to a calmer weekend!! Tiger
castleford tiger
02/6/2020
17:49
Castleford Tiger, do you have any opinion on pricing? A pal and I were commenting that £1.90 a bottle looked pricey in the supermarket - a post above mentions £2 a bottle. Preliminary Results said: "US pricing initiative announced in January very well received by On and Off-Trade customers with promising results from initial trials and new accounts secured" 'US pricing initiative' meant reducing the price. apad ps FEVR advert during Midsomer Murders - wonder what demographic they are aiming for 😊
apad
02/6/2020
17:19
Last weeks numbers in and a new record retail by a fair margin. We had sunny warm weather and that's the key driver for us. This weeks started well but we expect an implosion as the weather cools fast. Give us 2 weeks and bring back the sun. tiger
castleford tiger
02/6/2020
16:52
The historic TTM P/E is irrelvant for valuing a growth stock. A common mistake that people make. Remember that the stock market is forward looking; commonly thought to be 6-12 months although people will pay for high growth in years ahead. (Look at Nasdaq stocks for further insight and other AIM stocks, BOO (TTM 70x), FDEV (TTM 39x), GAW (38x) etc.). EDIT: Also read The Zulu Principle by Jim Slater (and his son, Mark, runs a trust on the principle).
sogoesit
02/6/2020
16:16
Global growth. It’s still a new brand in most markets.
llama1978
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