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
  -12.00p -0.64% 1,870.00p 1,863.00p 1,866.00p 1,899.00p 1,854.00p 1,894.00p 495,116 16:35:29
Industry Sector Turnover (m) Profit (m) EPS - Basic PE Ratio Market Cap (m)
Food & Drug Retailers 960.0 71.9 56.6 33.0 1,892

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16/10/2019
00:05
'The city with the biggest Greggs fans can compete to get the Festive Bake early' Read more: HTTPS://metro.co.uk/2019/10/15/city-biggest-greggs-fans-can-compete-get-festive-bake-early-10921516/?ito=cbshare
philanderer
15/10/2019
19:02
There is only one reason they would back it, firstly to get the deal past the initial stage and then vote it down in the final stage to push through no deal.
this_time_its_different
15/10/2019
18:34
It seems strange that the DUP would back such an agreement, effectively tying DUP to the republic of ireland. The last thing DUP want is unification of ireland and this is one step closer.
this_time_its_different
15/10/2019
18:17
Though sterling will eventually recover from a no deal, just we will see 1.1 GBPUSD first.
this_time_its_different
15/10/2019
18:13
I still think sterling has gone up far too much on far too little, we all know the EU will give a deal if you ben-d over, the real issue is the deal getting past the ERG and DUP. My money is still on a no deal brexit, these UK domestic stocks will come c-rashing down once the DUP says no. Boris just rehashed May's Deal, no way the DUP will accept a customs line down the irish sea.
this_time_its_different
14/10/2019
12:46
Student discount app Student Beans has partnered with popular fast-food outlet Greggs to offer free vegan sausage rolls to hungry students throughout October. Students at sixth form, college and university can get themselves a free vegan roll without making any other purchases HTTPS://www.vegetarianrecipesmag.com/blog/greggs-offers-free-vegan-sausage-roll-for-students
philanderer
12/10/2019
23:11
What happens now is all down to Brexit. If Johnson gets a good deal, watch the market jump. If Brexit is cancelled watch the market soar. If Johnson takes us over the cliff with a no deal Brexit, watch the market collapse.
daijavu
11/10/2019
18:41
I guess you could call me semi retired (fairly young to stop "proper work" so my investing/trading need to compensate in the long term) so it's not too late to make some adjustments. I completely rebuilt my approach several years ago having read and absorbed works like these. There is no doubt it's been a tough market recently but I know that I'll have flattish performance in poor markets and very good performance in good markets. We are due a good market!
davr0s
11/10/2019
18:37
If your interested go read Weinstein, William O'Neil and Minervini as a couple of examples - it will completely change how you think and approach the markets. And show how much nonsense there is out there
davr0s
11/10/2019
18:28
Yes, I have come to the conclusion that it is the only way to make money on the stock exchange now but I'm afraid I am too old and don't have the time or inclination. I have adopted the buy and hold policy but it is no longer a way to make money. Can't hope to beat the crooks, shorters and algorithms. However, as I have a huge no. of holdings, just hope that will mean the diversification will be some sort of safety net, though not against a general downturn of course.
bouleversee
11/10/2019
17:46
Yep agree no one knows where price is going. People were talking bear markets and recessions just a week ago and then the market has a big rip to the upside. Which is why I trade now and play the probabilities - have no expectation where price is going so I'm never surprised on any stocks movement and it makes trading a much more objective and relaxed activity
davr0s
11/10/2019
16:31
Decent recovery today, which all goes to show nobody has the faintest idea what is going to happen at the moment and it's just a game of snakes and ladders. I see Whiteside claims the sale was to fund property purchase, which I suppose is fair enough if true. My money comes from buying the most expensive house we could afford and selling it 38 years later for over 34 times the price we paid. A better investment than any shares I have bought so who can blame him. Unfortunately, it's not so easy to assess the fundamental value of a company as one doesn't know everything that is going on behind closed doors and there seems to be rather dodgy accounting going on in some companies these days. And that's without the Brexit roller coaster.
bouleversee
11/10/2019
00:32
Ever heard of satire? I think I'll get by. I still don't like finding I've done something stupid, though, or see large gains disappear/reduce. Let's hope things buck up next week.
bouleversee
10/10/2019
22:00
Those poor shareholders shouldn't buy shares with money they can't afford and the fundamentals state this stock is still over priced, Whiteside made a good call and got out nicely. I can see £14 coming for a correction.
turvart
10/10/2019
20:57
What about those poor shareholders who bought recently and now can't afford to eat? No, that wouldn't work as this one doesn't own a smartphone and hasn't got a Greggs very near her anyway. Where's the nearest foodbank? BTW someone asked how many shares Whiteside still held and I read somewhere that his current holding was195,508. To sell £1.8m worth of shares (inc. his wife's sale) at one go doesn't inspire confidence. I really would like to know whether he made that small purchase before or after selling the big one. The articles I have read don't make clear which Monday and which Thursday.
bouleversee
10/10/2019
18:50
Greggs announces it's giving away 200,000 FREE bakes - but you have to be quick https://www.dailymail.co.uk/femail/article-7559267/Greggs-giving-away-200-000-FREE-bakes-quick.html
philanderer
10/10/2019
17:17
Price (GBX) 1,749.00 Var % (+/-) -2.67% (Down -48.00) High 1,788.00 Low 1,725.00 Volume 495,875 Last close 1,749.00 on 10-Oct-2019
waldron
10/10/2019
17:08
Spot on EI. Add to that the vegan sausage roll hysteria wearing off ..... everyone's on that bandwagon now. This is a top class company, very well run, and I've no doubt we'll see that 2000p again sometime next year. edit: WTB picking up with the market :-)
philanderer
10/10/2019
16:51
The market atm is punishing the slightest sings of any caution from UK retail. Look at Dunelm today for another example. The recent GRG l4l sales growth could not continue at those levels longer term, nothing surprising about that.
essentialinvestor
10/10/2019
16:38
Which came first: Whiteside's sale or purchase on Oct. 7? I have a feeling I saw something about the purchase some days ago but that's the first I have heard about the huge sale. I really have boobed on this one.
bouleversee
10/10/2019
16:22
lol Never entered my mind phil i agree with you about being realistic i try to look for confirmation of trends and try to back it up with news flow At present there is insufficient news in my opinion unless of course the directors sales ruptures the support at sends the share price tumbling towards your 1500p dream price which will no doubt be confirmed or no at Fridays close
maywillow
10/10/2019
16:13
maywillow, I can assure you I don't want to see 150p here. I've been long GRG for more years than I care to remember, right back to the 200p days. Just being realistic that's all.
philanderer
10/10/2019
15:20
Options are not mentioned so that's an amber flashing light for me, appreciate others may see it very differently.
essentialinvestor
10/10/2019
15:12
DIRECTOR DEALINGS: Greggs Chief Sells And Buys Company Stock Thu, 10th Oct 2019 14:44 Alliance News (Alliance News) - Baker Greggs PLC on Thursday said Chief Executive Roger Whiteside sold more than 100,000 shares in the company, but purchased just shy of 5,000 shares in a series of transactions on Monday. Alongside Elizabeth Whiteside, he sold 97,655 shares at 1,804.00 pence each, netting GBP1.8 million altogether. They also purchased 4,952 shares at 1,840.00p apiece, for GBP91,117 in total. The company did not specify how many shares the chief executive now has in the firm. The stock was trading 3.5% lower at 1,734.09p each in London on Thursday afternoon. By Eric Cunha; ericcunha@alliancenews.com
maywillow
10/10/2019
14:56
Https://www.britishbulls.com/m/SignalPage.aspx?lang=en&Ticker=GRG.L Last Signal: STAY IN CASH Last Close: 1,797.00 Change: +37.00 Percent change +2.10% Signal Update Our system�s recommendation today is to STAY IN CASH. The previous SELL signal was issued on 01/10/2019, 8 days ago, when the stock price was 2,073.71. Since then GRG.L has fallen by -13.34%. Market Outlook The market is finally giving hints of a bullish resurgence. Today a bullish pattern is detected.
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