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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
  -10.00 -0.37% 2,694.00 2,688.00 2,692.00 2,712.00 2,670.00 2,694.00 328,076 16:35:17
Industry Sector Turnover (m) Profit (m) EPS - Basic PE Ratio Market Cap (m)
Food & Drug Retailers 1,229.7 145.6 115.7 23.3 2,749

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DateSubjectAuthorDiscuss
06/10/2021
18:35
Share price volatility here is a bit nuts, bet against at your own risk :-)
spacecake
06/10/2021
13:24
Or maybe everyone has just gone to Tesco.
bouleversee
06/10/2021
11:53
No, they are all taking profits and/or following the yo-yo market.
bouleversee
06/10/2021
11:35
Looks like the queue has died down. Maybe that have all gone to Prets
brad1
06/10/2021
04:34
Inflation is set to cost a typical family £1,800 by the end of the year and HALF have already started cutting back

https://www.dailymail.co.uk/news/article-10063113/Brits-face-big-squeeze-Inflation-cost-typical-family-1-800-end-year.html

johnwise
06/10/2021
04:28
Analysis: Can Greggs' robust ambitions withstand the heat of inflationary pressures?

https://www.scotsman.com/business/analysis-can-greggs-robust-ambitions-withstand-the-heat-of-inflationary-pressures-3408588

johnwise
05/10/2021
21:41
Long queue Pret a Manger, going flat out with 5 tills. Food more healthy choice and organic (filtered) coffee with milk or cream on the side £1.25..Attractive imported staff, beautiful Italian wasted serving coffee..
johnwise
05/10/2021
20:34
Must be those cheap sausage rolls
brad1
05/10/2021
19:54
So thst's your answer brad1. I'm holding on to mine.
bouleversee
05/10/2021
19:18
I was in town at lunch time There was a queue stretching out into the street at Greggs???
johnwise
05/10/2021
17:30
I don't get it! Why such a high valuation of nearly £3bn!! Waiting in the wings to short, but would be a fool to do so with such strength in SP
brad1
05/10/2021
12:56
Sold above 31 will look to buy back on any significant retrace
toffeeman
05/10/2021
10:20
Walking into Starbucks or Costa Coffee they have a small range of pastries alongside various coffee's. A trip into Greggs and they have a wider range of there own food offerings and coffee at a better price to the customer.
spacecake
05/10/2021
10:17
I think these new freshers should hold a Greggs open day party on campus!
iammrweald
05/10/2021
10:13
Well received.
philanderer
05/10/2021
10:01
I would like to see the price move so that I can set a stop loss at 3100!
toffeeman
05/10/2021
08:19
Greggs upgrades full-year expectations but labour shortages, supply chain issues bite

The baker has also unveiled ambitious long-term plans

https://www.proactiveinvestors.co.uk/companies/news/962191/greggs-upgrades-full-year-expectations-but-labour-shortages-supply-chain-issues-bite-962191.html

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johnwise
05/10/2021
07:42
Update today, all well in Greggsland.
spacecake
04/10/2021
14:07
Did I dream or read that their company is now registered offshore in a tzx haven? I'm referring tonthe Iss brothers, of course, not Greggs.
bouleversee
16/9/2021
06:38
Foodies Greggs and DPP tipped:2 UK Shares to buy in OctoberWed 15th September 2021Royston Wild - Motley FoolI’m searching for some of the best UK shares to buy for October. I think the following British stocks could soar in value in the coming weeks. I also think they could have what it takes to deliver titanic shareholder returns over the long term.Takeaway titanI reckon penny stock DP Poland (LSE: DPP) might rise in value when half-year trading numbers are released on 25 October. Latest financials showed like-for-like sales up 5% in June from the same month in 2020.This UK share is the master franchisee of the Domino’s Pizza brand in Poland. This puts it in the box seat to exploit the soaring food delivery market there. Experts at Statista think the online food delivery industry will be worth 5.7bn zloty (£1.07bn) by 2025. That’s more than twice its predicted value this year.DP Poland is rapidly expanding to make the most of this opportunity too. Earlier this year, it secured the takeover of fellow pizza restaurant chain Dominium for almost £30m. The move more than doubling its store estate to around 126. The business plans to continue rolling out its shops across Polish cities too.It’s true that the Dominium tie-up will allow DP Poland to better navigate the problem of rising costs as well. Though it’s important to remember that this problem could remain a significant drag on profits. Supply chain problems could propel food costs higher, while delivery scooter maintenance expenses have jumped and labour costs are also climbing.(The other share mentioned is Greggs: GRG).Still, like DP Poland, I think this UK share is a highly attractive buy right now.
sharetalk
04/9/2021
14:13
I would say Clarkson.
montyhedge
04/9/2021
00:42
I hold both. Each good in their own way. It will be interesting to see which does best going forward.
bouleversee
03/9/2021
22:15
Clarkson has been mostly plain sailing but Greggs is on a roll. Wouldn't like to try and get on board Clarkson at this stage funnnily enough but still retain an appetite for Greggs.
mach100
01/9/2021
10:14
I like growth companies like Greggs, but Clarkson shipping 18 years of consecutive dividend growth is a super star dividend payer.
montyhedge
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