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Share Name Share Symbol Market Type Share ISIN Share Description
Greencore Group Plc LSE:GNC London Ordinary Share IE0003864109 ORD 1P
  Price Change % Change Share Price Shares Traded Last Trade
  0.00 0.0% 122.90 0.00 00:00:00
Bid Price Offer Price High Price Low Price Open Price
122.00 122.20
Industry Sector Turnover (m) Profit (m) EPS - Basic PE Ratio Market Cap (m)
Food Producers 144.61 56.40 19.90 6.2 647
Last Trade Time Trade Type Trade Size Trade Price Currency
- O 0 122.90 GBX

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2020-12-02 17:09:43122.80468574.72O
2020-12-02 17:08:30122.809461,161.67O
2020-12-02 17:04:27122.2110,84813,257.28O
2020-12-02 17:02:03122.911113.52O
2020-12-02 17:02:02122.7513,61616,712.96O
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02/12/2020
08:20
Greencore Daily Update: Greencore Group Plc is listed in the Food Producers sector of the London Stock Exchange with ticker GNC. The last closing price for Greencore was 122.90p.
Greencore Group Plc has a 4 week average price of 88p and a 12 week average price of 87.25p.
The 1 year high share price is 282.20p while the 1 year low share price is currently 83.40p.
There are currently 526,514,398 shares in issue and the average daily traded volume is 4,554,702 shares. The market capitalisation of Greencore Group Plc is £647,086,195.14.
16/8/2020
16:32
waldron: Greencore workers faced cut in pay if they self-isolated, says union Staff waiting for test results were on statutory sick pay of £95.85 a week 36 minutes ago Kevin Rawlinson Workers at a Greencore sandwich factory in Northampton that is at the centre of a coronavirus outbreak were told they would be paid less than £100 a week if they had to self-isolate. Workers at a Greencore sandwich factory in Northampton that is at the centre of a coronavirus outbreak were told they would be paid less than £100 a week if they had to self-isolate. AddThis Sharing Buttons Share to Facebook Share to Twitter Share to Email App Share to LinkedIn Workers at a Greencore sandwich factory in Northampton that is at the centre of a coronavirus outbreak were told they would be paid less than £100 a week if they had to self-isolate, making it difficult for many to comply, their representatives have claimed. Bosses at the Greencore site, where M&S sandwiches are prepared, acknowledged that many staff were entitled to no more than the statutory sick pay rate of £95.85 (€106) if they followed instructions to self-isolate. “Statutory sick pay does not support people and, in a crisis like this, you can’t expect people to try to survive on £95 per week,” said Ian Hodson, the national president of the Bakers, Food and Allied Workers Union, which represents staff at the site. He said the policy of only paying statutory sick pay applied to many people who were on minimum wage and unable to build up any savings that would help them through, while more generous company sick pay terms were available to some of their colleagues. Mr Hodson also referred to the case of two employees who, he said, were fired after travelling to work together when at least one of them was suffering from Covid-19. While his union does not claim they were justified in coming to work, he criticised the policy of paying staff so little while they were self-isolating, saying it may have contributed to their decision to flout the guidelines. It emerged last week that 292 people working at the site had tested positive. Greencore said it had taken the decision to proactively test staff after a spike in cases emerged in the east midlands town. Northamptonshire county council said 79 people returned positive NHS tests and a further 213 tested positive through the company’s private testing. Greencore, which employs more than 2,000 people at the site, said it had conducted contact tracing and told potentially affected people to self-isolate. Referring to the two complaints, a Greencore spokesman said: “In the event that colleagues have had to self-isolate, they have continued to be paid in line with the terms of their contract. This ranges from full pay to statutory sick pay, depending on the type of contract. “In a very small number of cases where there have been direct contraventions of government policy with regard to self-isolating, which have put other colleagues at risk, we have unfortunately been obliged to take disciplinary action.” The company added: “Ever since the Covid-19 epidemic started to have an impact on our business, we have worked tirelessly to keep our people as safe as possible. – Guardian
26/3/2020
17:26
sphere25: There we go much better. Stock has almost doubled off the lows. Crazy institutional fund manglers providing bargains. I'm dumping into the spikes mind. Posted why on other recent posts. Here's some analyst commentary: Jefferies sees upside at Greencore Markets are pricing in a ‘permanent crisis’ at Irish food group Greencore (GNC) but Jefferies believes the convenience foods producer can ‘weather the storm’. Analyst Martin Deboo retained his ‘buy’ recommendation but reduced the target price from 295p to 235p. Deboo cut earnings per share forecasts for 2020 by 44% but said the ‘equivalent fall in the shares suggests that the market is either pricing in a permanent crisis, a rights issue, or worse’. However, he said ‘stress-testing suggests that Greencore can weather the storm’ and he remains ‘positive̵7; on the shares. He added that he was ‘willing to look beyond full-year 2020 for valuation’ given the ‘resilience217; of the group, which ‘points to significant upside’.
27/11/2019
11:13
epo001: Just a request for clarification because I think I had it wrong in my spreadsheet. Although an Irish company, GNC declare their dividends in UK pence but that amount is subject to a 20% withholding tax. Just to ask again, has anyone attempted to reclaim this tax?
05/3/2019
12:09
wattene: Government Petition to Ban shorting of London AIM stocks. The AIM stock market is where smaller companies list their shares rather than using the prohibitively expensive main London Stock Market. This is an important market for the growth of smaller UK companies. In challenging times, shorters seek to borrow the company's shares from a holder for a consideration and to buy them at a later date. They immediately sell these shares which, due to the relative illiquid market, sends the price much lower and hence the shorters can buy them at that lower price - pocketing the difference. The only beneficiaries are the shorters and the market makers with the losers being the reputable company and it's bona fide investors. hTTps://petition.parliament.uk/petitions/242399
17/1/2019
14:23
tigers1975: Why would you tender when the current price is nearly £1.95 which would leave you without any shares as well
02/1/2019
22:21
sleepy: harry - as you live underwater you are easily forgiven. 1) you can probably only sell some (not all) of your shares at £1.95 and 2) the price at which the shares will trade after the buyback is unknown
26/11/2018
19:09
epo001: Has anyone looked at how are the EPS and PE likely to be affected? Did the US subsidiary provide 32% of earnings and profits which is about the expected reduction in share capital. My quandary is I am happy with my holding size and 2/3 of that is a bit small so if I want to continue to hold GNC then do I scale up before or after the special dividend? I suspect dividend reinvestment will be the easiest course of action.
26/11/2018
17:01
epo001: Are people hanging on for the special divi or not? It seems that the share consolidation is intended to reduce the value of my holding by the amount of the special divi. I hold GNC in an ISA so I have no tax considerations but will have a markedly smaller holding after consolidation. Should I just scale up my holding now to get some back as a divi and end up with my preferred holding size? Or should I wait for the ex divi price drop and top up then?
22/10/2018
07:40
bend1pa: Looks like at long last shorters are starting to lose their appetite over GNC. Big drop in shorts over the past fortnight, down from 9.88% to 5.77%, the lowest level seen in 10 months.
19/10/2018
20:35
totalgeek69: They will be reducing debt as well though. The share price is very depressed at the moment and imho will not be so under pressure once the share price div is returned as they are returning to the UK market only where they are already doing well. Admittedly all this is less exciting. "Reported revenue in the Convenience Foods UK & Ireland division increased by 14.3% to GBP1,438.4m" FY17 FY16 Net Debt (519.2) (331.8) EPS 1.9 9.5 The Transaction will also support a strengthened balance sheet, with up to GBP293 million to be used to reduce leverage, and a target medium term leverage range of 1.5-2.0x Net Debt / EBITDA Post-Transaction, Greencore will have a leading position in its core UK market, greater financial and strategic flexibility, and potential for dynamic capital management The shorters will most likely withdraw and cut their losses... DYOR
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