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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
  16.00 0.7% 2,297.00 2,292.00 2,297.00 2,310.00 2,211.00 2,211.00 215,950 16:29:55
Industry Sector Turnover (m) Profit (m) EPS - Basic PE Ratio Market Cap (m)
Beverages 252.1 51.6 35.9 64.1 2,676

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DateSubjectAuthorDiscuss
03/7/2020
13:31
Maybe a RNS coming with a trading update if sales have materially changed.
trying2getrichquick
03/7/2020
13:29
Lol, leaky, great word!
trying2getrichquick
03/7/2020
11:14
Presumption. Historical announcement dates are transparent to the market (last year Interims were published on 23 July). However, if you go to FEVR's Financial Calendar page, here htTps://fever-tree.com/en_GB/investors-financial-calendar , Interims are stated to be announced in September. Normally a company will give notice of the announcement. Has COVID interfered with this year's timings, noting that Preliminary's were published one month late? Is the market confused? Who knows? AIM is renowned for being "leaky".
sogoesit
03/7/2020
09:40
Well by the look at today’s share price, up 5%, it’s imminent & VERY positive. It’s outrageous that insider trading must be happening for this to go up by so much in one day. It’s not fair on P.I. like you & I.
trying2getrichquick
26/6/2020
14:50
It is very quiet. Everyone so happy the price has gone from £8.90 to £21.40, probably getting drunk on g&t and enjoying the fine weather. That would sum up my week anyway. Presume we should be getting an update at some point in July, anyone know the date?
llama1978
25/6/2020
20:18
CT how’s sales going at the moment, still shifting in the pallet load?
trying2getrichquick
25/6/2020
20:16
This board has gone very quiet
trying2getrichquick
25/6/2020
19:08
2nd wave is old news. 3rd wave is already being talked about. This is good news for fever tree. Loads of people will be stocking up over the summer months to ensure they can still enjoy their bbqs. I have anyway. And my bbqs are GIGA so expect a massive jump in share price.
llama1978
22/6/2020
10:45
Breakout from long term downtrend confirmed and should presage an upward leg around + 30%. Let’s see. RM
rampmeister
22/6/2020
10:17
RBC raises it’s target price to 2500p - ‘outperform217;.
aimingupward2
16/6/2020
10:46
"COVID-19 will have a material impact on FY20 trading..." from Fevertree's RNS just a few days ago. Suspect they know more about it.
trident5
16/6/2020
10:10
christh 10 Jun '20 - 08:58 - 925 of 928 trying to go higher £20>>>>>>>> sales going well now that openning up in bars in the US and soon in UK They turned the corner, the impact of covid 19 will not materialise on FEVR as drinking indoors has risen. Pubs and drinking establishments re-openning gradually. Next milestone £22 then to £25.
christh
15/6/2020
12:48
On a TA basis we're now above the 200d MA... Being a key metric for some long term investors will the trend continue to be our (long) friend...?
sogoesit
12/6/2020
17:16
An 8% market share seems higher than I would have thought. They don’t get much shelf space, if they are sold at all. And most pubs don’t stock them. I would have thought more like 1% but what do I know...
llama1978
12/6/2020
13:26
Dow futures bounce by 500 points as Wall Street tries to recover from its worst day since March Published Thu, Jun 11 20206:01 PM EDT Updated 43 min ago Fred Imbert @foimbert Eustance Huang @EustanceHuang
christh
12/6/2020
12:18
So, 1 million bottles is about 1/400th the size of FEVR. Will the "The perfect twin to your drink" guzzle into Fever? It's a bit confusing the amount of competition there is out there and wondering whether they all make money like Fever? Here's a list of 15! htTps://www.craftginclub.co.uk/ginnedmagazine/the-15-best-tonics-for-your-craft-gin In 2018 Fentimans net margin was 2.5% on £40m turnover (see Accounts at Companies House). Double Dutch Ltd (UK) is classified as a small company and thus only files its balance sheet.
sogoesit
12/6/2020
12:10
To put into context though, it’s just a member of the Heineken family that’s invested, not the Heineken brewing company.
trying2getrichquick
12/6/2020
11:29
Heineken family acquires stake in premium mixer brand Double Dutch The Heineken family has acquired a minority stake in Double Dutch, the UK premium tonic and mixer brand. The investment of just under 10%, provides new capital for Double Dutch, the brand owned by Dutch twin sisters Raissa and Joyce de Haas. In addition, Michel de Carvalho, husband of Charlene Carvalho-Heineken, has joined the supervisory board of Double Dutch. He said: “This is our first family venture into tonics and Double Dutch is an exciting brand with two driven, ambitious young Dutch women entrepreneurs behind it. No longer a startup brand, it has captured an 8% market share in the UK, which is testament to the founders’ hard work and tenacity. I see the growth in premium tonics continuing, with the demand for luxury soft drinks, healthier low sugar alternatives and unique mixers for exclusive variants of gin and vodka increasing, and Double Dutch fulfils all of those.” Raissa de Haas said: “As well as being hugely exciting commercially, the relationship is a perfect cultural fit – both businesses are Dutch, family-owned and female-driven – we couldn’t be happier.” Double Dutch was founded in 2015 and no sells more than one million bottles a month in more than 26 countries.
trying2getrichquick
12/6/2020
09:50
fevertree going higher....it could reclaim thr £21 platform.
christh
12/6/2020
08:38
That’s because people like a good drink, in more ways than one :) being locked up inside can’t really harm them as much as some other companies. News from the US seems to generally be good. Probably will become the biggest market for fever tree soon.
llama1978
12/6/2020
08:22
Dow futures rise more than 300 points as Wall Street tries to recover from its worst day since March Published Thu, Jun 11 20206:01 PM EDT Updated 2 hours ago Fred Imbert @foimbert Eustance Huang @EustanceHuang
christh
11/6/2020
21:09
Fever has weathered today remarkably well! I'm seriously impressed. Congrats holders. You are sitting on quality stock.
dround87
10/6/2020
08:58
trying to go higher £20>>>>>>>> sales going well now that openning up in bars in the US and soon in UK
christh
08/6/2020
21:35
Hi all, My mate Peter @Conkers3 and myself did a Twin Petes Investing Podcast a few days ago and part of our discussion covers FEVR. We also chatted about the current situation in the Markets and covered loads of Stocks and as always a fair bit of general Portfolio Management educational stuff. Anyway, if you use Apple, Audioboom, Overcast or Spotify you can find it under the 'Conkers Corner' Channel (you want TPI Podcast 24) and you can find it on Soundcloud at the link below. I hope you enjoy it and find it useful, Cheers, WD @wheeliedealer hTTps://soundcloud.com/user-479955511/conkers3-wheeliedealer-24-is-cash-king-gaw-fdev-fevr-ajb-hl-grid-hfd-ocdo-php-luce
thewheeliedealer
08/6/2020
17:29
With the US 100% up like for like off trade and growing though? The new model kicking in over the next few periods... sales there should really take off.
llama1978
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