Share Name Share Symbol Market Type Share ISIN Share Description
Greene King LSE:GNK London Ordinary Share GB00B0HZP136 ORD 12.5P
  Price Change % Change Share Price Shares Traded Last Trade
  +5.60p +0.84% 673.60p 673,483 15:52:02
Bid Price Offer Price High Price Low Price Open Price
673.60p 674.00p 677.40p 670.20p 670.20p
Industry Sector Turnover (m) Profit (m) EPS - Basic PE Ratio Market Cap (m)
Travel & Leisure 2,176.70 197.50 52.40 12.9 2,088.2

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Greene King Daily Update: Greene King is listed in the Travel & Leisure sector of the London Stock Exchange with ticker GNK. The last closing price for Greene King was 668p.
Greene King has a 4 week average price of 631.80p and a 12 week average price of 511p.
The 1 year high share price is 680p while the 1 year low share price is currently 454p.
There are currently 310,000,324 shares in issue and the average daily traded volume is 1,748,214 shares. The market capitalisation of Greene King is £2,094,362,188.94.
waspfactory: Friday again GNK holders, any plans to visit one or more of our pubs this weekend? I'll be visiting one of my favourite pubs in the entire world, the Fleur de Lys in Lowsonford, Warwickshire. It's wonderful in all seasons, a large beer garden in the summer on the banks of the Stratford canal, and log fires in the winter. It's not actually a Greene King pub, however its resident ales are IPA and Abbot and always have been. Share price holding up well given the chaos, have a good weekend.
ianian4: Jeffian. I totally agree with you, there are many things out of their control on a day to day, week to week or month to month basis, but we are in this to make a profit from share price fluctuations. He has grown the company in size but allowed the share price to plummet on his watch, consistently over the last 4 or so years. I can only think that the initial share price dip this morning, on the news that he was leaving, was fear that he may change his mind before the ink was dry. Luckily the resignation was accepted immediately allowing the rebound.
jeffian: Completely disagree. The share price is subject to macroeconomic and political influences that are beyond the control of the Directors and managers of a business (though many would like to think otherwise) so they can't be judged on that alone. They should be judged on the business drivers that they can and do control - revenue growth, margins, profits, earnings per share and dividends. If they get that right, the share price will follow in due course. Greene King has a fantastic record of profit, eps and dividend growth (even in the darkest days of 2008/9 when others like MARS blinked and cut theirs) over a very long period which Rooney Anand not only continued but also oversaw the transformation of Greene King from a modest regional brewer, among many others, to grow from its East Anglian roots to become truly national (one of only two - MARS being the other - to do so). I, for one, would be very happy to have someone of his capabilities take over.
ianian4: Ultimately, you judge a company on the share price. Let us hope that the next clown they give half a million a year plus to, is better than the incumbent. Please do not fool yourself that they are worth what we pay them. All we can hope for is that they don't make such a mess has been made already.
waspfactory: Well off to do my bit to bolster the share price - cheers
andrewbaker: Further to my post 1526, GNK is in a business where people will always spend: eating, drinking, sleeping are all essentials, and the alcohol in all of these is a puller, regardless of green, ethical, health or other considerations. They've made errors as a business, causing recent share price problems, but longer and long term, they are around to stay: more than can be said for many other businesses today, especially high street and other retail, where the internet is causing problems. Nice covered divi, in a sound business, and a loyal customer base: good recovery play, excellent, in fact; IMHO. And a Brexit bonus to come, too. :)
cc2014: I can't make head nor tail of it. The rise is too much for that upgrade but on the other hand I don't know why the share price was 500-510 to start with. That felt too low. The buying looks like someone wants in at any price but actually the volume is not that high. I wonder whether some of the shorters have decided it's time to close out. The economic data has been very good this week and apart from Brexit why would the share price of the Brewers be so low. I also note that relationship between changes in the exchange rate and stock movements has broken down somewhat in the last two weeks suggesting to me portfolio reorganisation is going on. I dunno really. It just feels like a correction to me. Or perhaps if I'm cynical I note the brokers have stopped downgrading stuff and starting upgrading. I assume their client have loaded up over the last two months and now it's time to make money between now and Christmas?
andrewbaker: Well ... my decision to hold may slowly be being shown to be right. As I commented a while back, the divi helps go through periods of poor performance in share price; and I repeat that Brexit will, IMHO, keep more leisure money in the UK, where businesses such as GNK stand to benefit.
ianian4: Jeffian. I accept that maybe, the markets should not react to the good weather, but they reacted to the updates regarding the adverse weather. That had an effect on the bottom line, possibly temporary, and share price, so likewise if the good weather and football etc has a temporary effect on profits, , then that should have a positive effect on the share price. However, we cannot overlook the fact that this share price in virtually controlled by people in the know with plenty of money to short at will.
cc2014: My issue is the following and I have the same issue across lots of stocks. Lots of stocks like GNK with a fair amount of debt have been sold off for the last year. However,I perceive the rate of increase in interest rates will be faster than the market expects. The market's view of this has changed too over the last 6 months and whilst they now see interest rates rising faster than before, the gap between my perception and their perception is not changing. As they adjust to my perception (lol), this should drive the share price even lower. I also believe the consumer is in a better place than the market thinks and companies like GNK will deliver more profit than expected, which will be greater than the additional interest costs. The market disagrees. So, in conclusion I think the share price will go lower yet, based on bad analysis by the "market" and the P/E and dividend yield will get even more stupid. Until such time as the market's perceptions change, the market is currently "risk off" I find this really really challenging as timing the bottom is a problem and I don't want to wake up one today to find the market has gapped up 10% overnight on all these stocks with "manageable large debt" and miss some great opportunities.
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