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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
  9.00 0.38% 2,391.00 2,387.00 2,392.00 2,400.00 2,334.00 2,364.00 132,817 16:35:21
Industry Sector Turnover (m) Profit (m) EPS - Basic PE Ratio Market Cap (m)
Beverages 252.1 51.6 35.9 66.7 2,787

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DateSubjectAuthorDiscuss
02/9/2020
16:41
Competition starting to encroach in FEVR's space - The London Essence Co and Double Dutch.
trident5
02/9/2020
06:43
Fevertree Drinks Buys Germany Distributor, Sees Strong Off-Trade Sales 14/07/2020 Fevertree Drinks PLC on Tuesday reported a solid start to its current financial year, after which the Covid-19 outbreak caused a widespread shutdown of of On-Trade business, but Off-Trade sales boomed. In the UK, Off-Trade sales for the last 12 weeks to June 14 increased by 34% year-on-year, with positive momentum in both the spirits and mixer categories. In addition, Off-Trade sales have grown in the US, with Nielsen data, which covers nearly half of Fevertree's US Off-Trade sales, reporting a sales increase of 89% year-on-year for the 12 weeks ended June 13. hTtps://uk.advfn.com/stock-market/london/fevertree-drinks-FEVR/share-news/Fevertree-Drinks-Buys-Germany-Distributor-Sees-St/82848410 Reporting -------------- Tuesday 8 September Fevertree Drinks PLC Half Year Result
christh
28/8/2020
18:53
Wait and see in a week and a bit I observe at the supermarkets and is a best seller.
christh
28/8/2020
10:28
I'm confused a few days ago you said that MMs were marking this down, which was consistent with the share price direction. Is that very strong marketing campaign or very expensive marketing campaign?
trident5
28/8/2020
09:55
It will test £25 as the results have improved better than expected by the market. Very strong marketting campaign has achieved results.
christh
28/8/2020
08:50
Reminder, should have mentioned in post above, open gap is dated 16/6/2020 Size is 1958-1966 on the last market chart. 50 sma is 1800 and rising 200sma is 2193 and flat
bamboo2
27/8/2020
22:25
Price is caught on the support zone around 2000 Will H&S target be denied by support? Potential turn 27-28/8/2020
bamboo2
27/8/2020
20:11
Schweppes far superior ask anyone at our golf club, Fevertree to sweet.
montyhedge
27/8/2020
18:28
Gin palace- Wray Castle in the Lake District. A mock-Gothic castle built with an inherited family fortune from gin on the edge of Lake Windermere.
melton john
27/8/2020
08:51
results 9 September,
christh
26/8/2020
20:08
I love this Market research talk ! Dosnt eork so well with my other stocks like bricks !From a Waitrose perspective John Lewis do alternate specials on FT then Fentimans and Posh Schweppes called 1789 or thereabouts.All three have naturals sugars. But I prefer a glass bottle so I m willing to pay the extra for FT and Fentimans . And to be honest Fentimans have been doing a lot longer than FT but Its a private outfit so I cant invest. Flavouring is different . But this is not where FT growth is going to be....Watch German consumption . So by and large their main player is a Brand called Thomas Henry . But its old style Scheweppes with Sacherin sweetners.So not nice in my opinion.You can find FT . But with their purchase of GDP distributor in German it will fly. And of course the Germans will spend . Just look at German produced Monkey 47 gin...£40 a bottle retail.here...Monkey gin and a 20cl FT say 8 or 9 euros . Sold no problem in German bars..Massive market.Note...1) Monkey 47 devised by English guys in DeutschlandNote 2) Jacob Schweppe from Hesse Germany.So Tonic no so English .ha!....
washbear
26/8/2020
18:42
Just go to bars and you’ll see 4/5 stock fever tree and if not then it’s Schweppes. Very few stock the other high end ones. I’ve seen them but I’d be surprised if in total they took more than 5% of the market. Fever tree shelf space in supermarkets exceeds Schweppes in most and is higher profit. Stuff like London essence and fentimans has half a shelf at best and probably a lower turnaround. There’s plenty of gins out there but tonics are still dominated by fever tree, Schweppes and supermarket own label. I will have drunk 12 500ml bottles of fever tree by the end of my 2 week holiday (excluding the ones in bars). Just doing my bit.
llama1978
26/8/2020
10:31
Worrying anecdotes.... ah well, another double gin and 6/8ths of tonic for me!
sogoesit
25/8/2020
21:52
My eye in Waitrose to day was caught by London Essence..A four pack.It was being sold as end of line ...guess what from a tenner to eight quid ...So thats two quid for a 20 cl can ! Or there abouts...DISCOUNTED . So if you thought FTree was toppy.!!!..
washbear
25/8/2020
18:09
I've taken a shine to London Essence recently, has a lovely grapefruit peel tang at the end. If I owned a top end or hipster bar I would want to stock something more unusual and a differentiator, as Fever Tree once was. In other words, several markets are getting more crowded. A bit like for the first generation of artisan gin producers such Sipsmith, Chase, Bloom, Millers now with dozens of competitors. That doesn't make them inferior products, any less than Beefeater was before they turned up, it simply means less space in which to operate. To echo Skinny, where I think tonic water makers are missing a trick is promoting their wares as long standalone drinks. I happily drink the aforementioned London Essence and Fever Tree Elderberry that way. In some ways they can't because they would destroy their price position, but there is a big risk to those that stay in the small form factor if someone does go for the fizzy drink market that way.
hpcg
25/8/2020
11:35
Gin boom hasn’t ended. I’m in Cornwall and everywhere I go there are fever tree bottles on the tables. A lorry was taking crates out and many of them were fever tree. Ok it’s just a small thing but fever tree is massive in the U.K. may not grow much but growing everywhere else so who cares. It’s making big profits too and the company has a pile of cash so has options for future growth. Sainsbury’s own brand tonic is not a patch on fever tree. If you want something to mix with Gordons or own brand gin then buy it. Not much point in pouring something deluxe into swill. But pouring own label into anything as decent as Hendricks and you’re ruining good gin.
llama1978
23/8/2020
12:42
Hi Bamboo - as a refreshing drink in its own right, the Sainsburys Diet Tonic with a hint of lime is pretty good.
skinny
22/8/2020
10:13
Hi Skinny, The gap also appears on the last market price based chart. It is dated 16/6/2020 and measures 1958-1966 There is no associated news item, so it must be a common or measuring gap, rather than breakaway. Expect it to be filled relatively quickly. Yesterday's candle confirmed a small H&S. The tp is 1883. Tp's are influenced by historical support and resistance. Support is around 2000, 1800-1820, 1617-1670 etc 200sma is 1792 and rising. ======================================================== Surprisingly, we find the additive and artificial sweetener free Asda own brand tonic by far the best tasting. It's also good value, and comes in little tins!
bamboo2
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
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