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
  +5.50p +0.57% 970.00p 969.00p 970.00p 974.00p 956.00p 959.50p 158,410 16:29:57
Industry Sector Turnover (m) Profit (m) EPS - Basic PE Ratio Market Cap (m)
Food & Drug Retailers 960.0 71.9 56.6 17.1 981.21

Greggs Share Discussion Threads

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DateSubjectAuthorDiscuss
19/7/2018
15:17
Some recent weakness may be FX concerns re produce costs/margins. Around 16.5x forward atm. Worth watching at the very least, or a buy, hold and forget stock.
essentialinvestor
19/7/2018
12:29
I think 900p is a good entry price, very much on my radar this one.
jibba jabber
19/7/2018
12:27
Yes because of summer holidays, punters away therefore brokers and MM's quiet hence things drift. Stocks in general that is.
jibba jabber
19/7/2018
11:58
If you look at the charts over the last 5 years there looks like there is always a dip in share prices this time of year. Could be a sign that share prices could drop in a few weeks? Thoughts?
highbury grease monkey
19/7/2018
07:50
macky d's is always busy in colchester i think there are 3 so i doubt that part of your statement is correct
ntv
19/7/2018
07:17
Andyj, all I can report on is what I say and that is whenever I walk past the numerous Greggs shops in Manchester where I work, there are always queues.
useless23
17/7/2018
19:35
I have just finished visiting the UK and it is easy to see why the retailers are in such a state. Indeed they seem to have almost given up. I cannot see how the likes of Game can continue to be a going concern in the near future. McDonald's also looks to have suffered over expansion and frankly is in decline.But Greggs stood out. Everywhere I went the stores had queues and those at service stations, very long queues. The food is good, well priced and the service is very good for the price, considerably better than the sneering teenagers in McDonald's.This is a company on the up, one that will take business from its competitors and will justify the expansion. I am looking to open a position here although it may need to trickle towards 900 first.
andyj
17/7/2018
14:34
to warm for Greggs.
glasgow13
17/7/2018
12:49
If this was a horse - they'd shoot it. trouble is, they would then use the meat in their pasties.
barius
17/7/2018
12:41
this_time_its_different21 May '18 - 15:04 - 3184 of 3234 0 0 1 Greggs is still undervalued, if you want a position in Greggs, it's best to load up now rather than when it is over 1200p in a few months time.
jibba jabber
11/7/2018
09:42
i closed at 1031 before i went on holiday so glad i did
ntv
09/7/2018
09:02
What a drop
richard4796
06/7/2018
16:37
Disagree with the burning through cash comment re healthier eating options. That just is not the case. The newer options have proven very successful. The big CAPEX spend is on manufacturing capacity and the supply side investment. GRG have to navigate a rapidly evolving UK retail environment, However there is flexibility in the model. Some bumps along the way, yes, would agree with that.
essentialinvestor
06/7/2018
16:28
Got my buy-in trigger set at 900p, another few weeks of the Trump effect to go.
rathean
06/7/2018
13:14
The shorts will have to close their positions before the results so the share price should rise before then.
useless23
06/7/2018
12:36
Profit warning on the 31st.
barius
05/7/2018
10:49
Unnavailable - 3225 That isn't even the same animal! apples & oranges. McChicken Then again I'm Comparing a pie to a burger. Maybe the top selling steak bake is the Greggs equivalent of the Flagship Big Mac but most people don't purchase these individually. The POS is meal deals at McD's. which are better margin. Are there deals at Greggs? I'd say total calories are the primary motivator for a purchase decision but one also has to look at all nutritional factors because it indicates taste and consumer response. Not forgetting ingredients e.g. a donut is the perfect blend of carbohydrate, sugar & fat. It is very hard to get a like for like analysis but my thoughts are that the Steak Bake beats a Hamburger in terms of consumer satiation. But the Big Mac rules without an adequate competitor. GRG needs one: It needs to be +500 kcal & have some nutritional value. my suggestion is the... Steak Bake double XL cheeze & tomato. '100% UK beef in the special Greggs gravy, cheese sauce, tomato & ketchup layered between that deliciously unique pastry...' price: £1.89 Can be eaten hot or cold.
liquidkid
04/7/2018
20:11
My purchases from Greggs are usually a bacon roll and coffee for 2 quid for breakfast and a salad for lunch.
useless23
04/7/2018
19:04
May be a silly question, Glasgow but do you live there?
unnavailable
04/7/2018
19:02
Let's try: Chicken katsu bake VS a big mac.Calories: 290 vs 563Carbs: 35 vs 44Fat: 9.1 vs 33.I still don't know what that tells us other than one thing is worse than the other. Short mcdonalds maybe?
unnavailable
04/7/2018
17:41
Think steak bake is a best seller.
glasgow13
04/7/2018
17:16
Disagree with the unhealthy talk. Greggs is definitely one of the most convenient places I can go to for a quick, healthy bite to eat.Obviously I'm avoiding steak bakes and sausage rolls. But for a salad roll or chicken wrap, etc, it's fairly decent. And anyone that eats relatively healthy isn't comparing the calories in a steak bake with a hamburger from Mcdonalds. Nobody is talking about those numbers because its useless. They're both terrible. And why did you chose a steak bake for comparison?.
unnavailable
04/7/2018
16:27
The difference btn a pasty and McDonald's hamburger is that after eating a pasty you feel full up whereas after a hamburger you don't, hence why those who are worse off eat such food in the first place.
useless23
04/7/2018
16:18
I'm not shorting this. It might be a good idea though ;)
barius
04/7/2018
13:41
Good luck with your short ;
essentialinvestor
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