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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
  5.00 0.22% 2,302.00 2,298.00 2,303.00 2,313.00 2,284.00 2,298.00 182,547 16:35:20
Industry Sector Turnover (m) Profit (m) EPS - Basic PE Ratio Market Cap (m)
Beverages 252.1 51.6 35.9 64.2 2,682

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DateSubjectAuthorDiscuss
21/8/2020
18:16
We are going to try Schweppes 1783 this weekend.
toptrump1
21/8/2020
18:14
My Sainsbury’s has reduced shelf space for Fevertree and my wife swears the taste isn’t same. We now buy S own brand and much cheaper. Maybe the far corners of the world to source their ingredients aren’t accessible with covid. This also from Maynard Paton quoting Steve the Bartender Steve has hosted no less than 64 G&T events during the last few years, and recorded the verdicts from the blind taste tests that judged twelve Indian tonic waters. As tonic-water taste tests go, the results were as authoritative as I could find. Worrying news perhaps for Fever-Tree shareholders — Steve claims Fever-Tree’s Indian tonic water ranked tenth out of the twelve from the 64 events. The standouts were Schweppes 1783, which came second, and Merchant’s Heart, the “out and out winner” and a “phenomenal tonic water”. Even the own-brand tonic waters from Tesco and Aldi captured more votes than Fever-Tree. I must also tell you Steve reckons the “Gin Boom” subsided last year:
toptrump1
21/8/2020
17:42
Omg this retard Chris is enough to put one off any board.
porsche1945
21/8/2020
14:41
21.50ish region as a finish? Mmmmm
bulltradept
21/8/2020
14:24
Kinwah, " my research in Tesco", please elucidate.
jonut
21/8/2020
14:21
The forward-looking statement with the interim results on September 8th will be interesting as they will have had an extra 6 weeks late summer's trading to consider compared to last year's interim results. My reading of the situation is the trading statement in July covering the period to 14th June 2020 was the best possible period for trading. Since then we have had more changeable weather including some hot weather but followed by torrential rainstorms. Now we are in a more autumnal period. I believe during the buoyant trading period earlier this year, consumers stocked up enthusiastically but since then have been running down their personal stockpiles as we approach the end of summer. The tv ads may have encouraged consumers to drink more but from my research in Tesco it hasn't led to much additional buying and definitely no stockpiling. My expectation is the statement with the interims will blame signs of disappointing second half UK sales on the headwinds caused by the transition from consumers buying for home consumption and the on-trade re-opening slower than anticipated.
kinwah
21/8/2020
13:49
Forgot about the gap...TY Skinny 👍
redips2
21/8/2020
13:01
True, but if we are long term investors it's all just noise. I agree this strategy may not be consistent with your ADVFN name but hey ho :)
growthpotential
21/8/2020
12:56
How can there not be insider trading, when the share price drops 7% without any RNS. The stock market is a completely fraudulent activity, matched only by rigged horse racing.
trying2getrichquick
21/8/2020
12:55
free stock charts from uk.advfn.com
skinny
21/8/2020
12:49
Neilson data just released - BWS (Beer, Wine& Spirit) sales increased by 20% in the four weeks to August 8, 2020, outperformed among the bigger grocery categories only by baking products such as flour and sugar.
trying2getrichquick
21/8/2020
12:44
I did buy at £22.20p this morning so quay sera sera... 8 September not far. They might recover a bit this afternoon. It dropped from £24 a few weeks ago, between 13-15 July was £24.31
christh
21/8/2020
12:23
Big move down today? I thought the US sales growth of 43% was healthy
growthpotential
21/8/2020
09:42
Oh yeah - how low will it go after three weeks of that? 1500?
trident5
21/8/2020
09:35
Read JOEMILLION's post. Usual tactics by the market makers to accumulate prior to the fortcoming results. Triggering automated sales to drop price and Sell them close to the 8 September at a high premium to claw their bonuses and profits!
christh
21/8/2020
09:25
Market says down 5% this morning - heading south at a pace.
trident5
21/8/2020
09:24
A great Buying opportunity Will it hit £25-£27 on the 8 September? The brokers say "£25 and higher" The advertising is very succesful and if we go by Diageo's sales then we'll probably test £27!!! DYOR
christh
21/8/2020
09:22
Market makers loading up and taking out stop losses before the interim results and big rise possibly?
joemillion
21/8/2020
09:21
Screening For My Next Long-Term Winner: Fever-Tree Drinks Posted on 29th July 2020 htTPs://knowledge.sharescope.co.uk/2020/07/29/screening-for-my-next-long-term-winner-fever-tree-drinks/
martywidget
21/8/2020
09:11
Down over 100p today. Just smashed through 2100.
trident5
21/8/2020
09:07
HSBC uprates Fevertree to 25.50
christh
21/8/2020
08:59
Broker rating - Barclays have Fevertree as overweight with price target of 2500.
christh
21/8/2020
08:56
And punters are pumping
trident5
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