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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
  -9.00 -0.4% 2,228.00 2,228.00 2,231.00 2,259.00 2,217.00 2,250.00 173,628 16:35:25
Industry Sector Turnover (m) Profit (m) EPS - Basic PE Ratio Market Cap (m)
Food & Drug Retailers 811.3 -13.7 -12.9 - 2,261

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28/7/2020
07:03
Results not too bad Considering ...
amaretto1
27/7/2020
21:30
It's not in a good position at allThe high streets are dead This relys on volume trade .. it's not happening up north !
amaretto1
27/7/2020
20:21
the new shop expansion on hold for the time being as most greggs PMs currently on furlough.
pride23s
27/7/2020
16:59
not invested here but am confident it will be decent news tomorrow
scepticalinvestor
27/7/2020
13:23
jsforum26 Jul '20 - 16:06 - 4189 of 4193 0 0 0 Gregg's sales are reportedly 75% down according to the Sunday Times who were quoting research from Jeffries The full quote: 'Bakery chain Greggs will this week lay bare a drastic reversal of fortunes, with analysts at Jefferies forecasting June sales down 75% on last year.' So the Jefferies quote is a bit misleading, if c40% of the shops were open on 18/6 so for c13 days vs usual 30.5 days 40%*13/30.5 = 17.0% of normal sales would be expected for June (assuming all shops are the same size). On the face of it that would actually be a fantastic result. Seeing all probably aren't the same size this quote becomes pretty meaningless unless you want to start guessing the footprint of each of the shops(!) What's more crucial IMHO is the LFL sales of the shops that opened.
alphabeta4
27/7/2020
11:12
This day 2 years ago what price was GRG trading at?, Under £9.60 a share. Now you could make a case that ZIRP for longer makes GRG more attractive as an investment, however posted the 27 July 2018 price for some context on the current share price
essentialinvestor
27/7/2020
10:38
Taken an opening nibble at sub 1460 ahead of the update. One of two high Street names I'd consider imo dyor ofc.
rathean
26/7/2020
16:18
Greggs worked on a high volume, very efficient store operation. That's going to be very challenging atm, to say the least. Whether that's largely factored in the share price at this level is more difficult to say.
essentialinvestor
26/7/2020
16:06
Gregg's sales are reportedly 75% down according to the Sunday Times who were quoting research from Jeffries
jsforum
26/7/2020
15:55
It's the outlook the market will focus on. Think under £14 at some point. Difficult to call with all that's going on.
essentialinvestor
26/7/2020
14:51
Yes I am also waiting for the 28th, but hedging my bets with a few buys beforehand as I think it will be better bad news than thought
slinkyj
24/7/2020
17:37
I would have waited for the 28th (could be wrong tho)
soho2
24/7/2020
14:43
2nd batch of my buys gone in. Great opportunity with Greg's.
slinkyj
23/7/2020
18:25
Hi Phil, this will be an interesting update, think we may see near or under £14 here again, but who knows.
essentialinvestor
22/7/2020
13:16
Peel Hunt: Greggs will struggle to deliver Peel Hunt is predicting ‘grim’ interims from Greggs (GRG) and believes the high street baker will struggle to deliver the positives needed to warrant its valuation. Analyst Jonathan Pritchard retained his ‘sell’ recommendation and target price of £15 on the shares, which were trading at £15.40 yesterday. ‘Greggs’ interims next week will definitely look grim, but the biggest question will surround very current trading,’ he said. ‘Clearly the UK’s shoppers and employees have been slow to leave home and therefore sales post-lockdown are unlikely to impress.’ Pritchard said hopes of a V-shaped recovery at the baker were ‘too bullish’ but Greggs ‘remains a strong brand and underlying demand won’t be a problem, but the valuation, even after a bit of a pull back, expects positives that we can’t see Greggs delivering’. HTTPS://citywire.co.uk/funds-insider/news/the-expert-view-gvc-greggs-and-firstgroup/a1382874?section=funds-insider&_ga=2.235579138.2047669121.1595420062-1132927304.1595420062#i=3
philanderer
21/7/2020
15:04
Greg's for me is a buy, it's been working smartly durning Covid,
slinkyj
19/7/2020
17:17
I think the results on the 28th will not be good (hope to be wrong)... will wait before buying more...shops in London are very empty...
soho2
19/7/2020
15:15
Added a small amount on Friday before the close, however would not be surprised if under £13 is seen again at some point. Any idea trading is just going to return to pre COVID levels anytime soon is la la land stuff.
essentialinvestor
16/7/2020
22:39
Https://www.theguardian.com/business/2020/jul/16/pizza-express-set-to-close-up-to-75-cafes-risking-1000-jobs
essentialinvestor
15/7/2020
20:19
Greggs have made store closures annually for as long as I can remember. The intrinsic flexibility in their operating model is a major part of GRG retail success - closing underperforming sites and re-locating to higher revenue areas. Some of this reflects structural changes in retail, lower footfall in some High St locations etc. They are prioritising cashflow by halting expansionary CAPEX currently, where possible. Sensible approach.
essentialinvestor
15/7/2020
19:44
Greggs is slashing prices due to VAT cut HTTPS://www.thesun.co.uk/money/12129004/greggs-cutting-prices-hot-food-drinks-vat-cut/
philanderer
11/7/2020
15:50
The high street is only 1 of 2 things offence or defence, I totally understand the COVID thing but as I walk round especially Greggs they are all over the safety and forgotten they are in business to make a profit. How is soup, probably one of the highest margin lines not in the reduced range ??? and why when you go into any store does £50 buy the entire stock ??? Defence
1iniesta
10/7/2020
13:34
Concerningly though, and it feels hasty, they are closing a high number of stores permanently
bergster56
10/7/2020
08:55
Well, try London and you will get (sadly) a very different answer...I would wait until 28th
soho2
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