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Share Name Share Symbol Market Type Share ISIN Share Description
Greggs Plc LSE:GRG London Ordinary Share GB00B63QSB39 ORD 2P
  Price Change % Change Share Price Bid Price Offer Price High Price Low Price Open Price Shares Traded Last Trade
  35.00 2.62% 1,369.00 1,365.00 1,367.00 1,373.00 1,339.00 1,350.00 220,714 15:35:18
Industry Sector Turnover (m) Profit (m) EPS - Basic PE Ratio Market Cap (m)
Food & Drug Retailers 1,167.9 108.3 86.2 15.9 1,386

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20/10/2020
15:01
It's very hard to see the rationale for nil-cost options (other than from the Directors' point of view, obvs!). It's clearly just a way of remunerating Directors in a way which may be more tax-efficient and flexible for them but it fails two important tests for options of providing incentive and 'aligning the interests' Directors and shareholders. It is, quite literally, 'something for nothing'.
jeffian
20/10/2020
13:02
Having praised the management previously, I was rather less impressed to read about the huge number of nil paid options they had awarded themselves while we shareholders have no dividends and have lost a huge chunk of our capital on paper or if we have to sell at present.
bouleversee
20/10/2020
12:30
Daily Telegraph today: Questor: You’ll need courage but it may be time to take a bite of Greggs Questor share tip: the baker has the balance sheet to weather the worst of the pandemic https://www.telegraph.co.uk/investing/shares/questor-need-courage-may-time-take-bite-greggs/
philanderer
14/10/2020
23:22
Just Eat: McDonald's and Greggs help boost orders by 40% https://www.bbc.co.uk/news/business-54538188
philanderer
13/10/2020
18:51
Covid scares etc retail shutdown could affect greggs I guess
donmaka
13/10/2020
17:22
Because £14 was the ever lower high?
taurusthebear
13/10/2020
14:18
Why the sudden drop??
optimistic2
10/10/2020
07:32
Remember the stock market looks 6 months ahead. I have been buying over the last week looking for a good long term return.
hibberts
09/10/2020
18:07
Another good week , GRG +12%
philanderer
08/10/2020
07:37
Hi Mayar, yeah I wouldn't say I have done a great job with my timing so far on this stock. The graph suggests it will get up to 14, maybe a bit above, but if it follows the same pattern as previous then that might be the top until the next cycle.
lyndon b
07/10/2020
17:46
Hi Lyndon B, wdik having done well for myself buying near the bottom of the last bounce in early August I bought some more in the 14.40s (and held) and have just noticed that is at resistance / support on the chart. Doh. I am happy to stay on the side lines and wait for a higher low and higher high, before buying a few more. I still think this is a well run company and has great potential as a recovery play.
mayar
07/10/2020
10:02
I think montyhedge is the idiot from the gsk thread, simpleton, will probably choke (hopefully) on the sausage roll, which would be fine dining for him anyway.
porsche1945
07/10/2020
09:24
Hi Mayar, It was also broken in August, yet the price in October went to near £11. Do you not think this is a classic stage 4 downtrend with a series of lower highs and lower lows, all the way back from June?
lyndon b
07/10/2020
09:22
Greggs share price should hit 1400 this week
mano300
06/10/2020
22:02
According to my charts, the downtrend line from February at about £12.70ish was broken today. The share price may back test the brake out level tomorrow, but I would expect a modest recovery from here. Modest because Greggs are discussing cuts to jobs and hours with the unions and good news will be limited.
mayar
02/10/2020
17:55
Thought I would try a Greggs vegan sausage roll, see what the hype was all about, yuk, 90% must be salt to give it some kind of taste.
montyhedge
02/10/2020
17:06
Well done, Phil, for not listening to the wetblankets on here. Greggs ARE adapting and if things go against them, it won't be their fault.
bouleversee
02/10/2020
16:55
Not a bad week for GRG +113p ... good weekend everyone.
philanderer
01/10/2020
17:24
Just because the are following through with existing expansion plans doesn't necessarily mean anything, if anything they need to be adapting not just full steam ahead.Sub 5.
cl0ckw0rk0range
01/10/2020
16:46
Some encouraging signs in my town. Went past a few Greggs outlets today, and there were actually small queues of people waiting to get into several of the outlets. It's the first time I have seen anybody needing to queue to get in. Still, there will inevitably be a limit to how long people are prepared to wait for service, especially as autumn/winter draws in and people have to stand in the cold and wet.
indigocarmine
01/10/2020
09:47
Greggs progress could face new hurdle, says Jefferies Greggs (GRG) sales have improved after a lockdown hit in the summer but further coronavirus restrictions could halt progress, Jefferies has warned. Analyst Andrew Wade retained his ‘buy’ recommendation and target price of £21.75 on the shares, which were trading at £11.75 yesterday. Greggs said it expected sales to be below normal for the ‘foreseeable future’ and hinted at job losses when the furlough scheme comes to an end next month. Wade said the news that like-for-like sales had improved to 76% of 2019 levels was ‘another solid step forward and sufficient for us to leave our full-year 2020 estimates unchanged’. ‘While we are encouraged by the progress in restarting the business, the reactivation of the store roll-out, and the return to net cash, we fear prospective lockdowns may stymie near-term progress,’ he said. HTTPS://citywire.co.uk/funds-insider/news/the-expert-view-boohoo-greggs-and-next-fifteen/a1406649?section=funds-insider&_ga=2.86507928.1406676876.1601545472-406984883.1601545472#i=3
philanderer
01/10/2020
09:09
UBS CUTS GREGGS PRICE TARGET TO 1930 (2105) PENCE - 'BUY'
philanderer
30/9/2020
13:15
The paywall kicked in before I had eaten my fill of his witticisms. I wish I weren't such a coward. Comes of having my fingers burnt too often after dipping them in to what looked like a tasty dish.
bouleversee
30/9/2020
12:54
Greggs is tastier than the City thinks, at least in the long term The food-on-the-go specialist is still opening new outlets despite the pandemic, while demonstrating its ability to adapt HTTPS://www.independent.co.uk/independentpremium/business/greggs-trading-update-sausage-rolls-pandemic-job-support-scheme-redundancie-b696530.html
philanderer
30/9/2020
09:47
Phil, before AML listed I posted an FT article on the AML bb - Beware a prvate equity wolf in sheep's clothing. To say that FT journalist called it correctly would be a large understatement!.
essentialinvestor
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