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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 2,694.00 314,991 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

Greggs Share Discussion Threads

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DateSubjectAuthorDiscuss
08/3/2022
09:18
Surely a takeover target at only £2bn market cap
topazfrenzy
08/3/2022
09:17
Best post ever by moron tooazfrenzy

“Not too shabby”

It’s down 249p so far

It’s so funny you really couldn’t make it up

BWAHAHAHA

allenquatermain
08/3/2022
09:12
I chose this over MKS since they pay a dividend .. and it's not too shabby what they just just declared
topazfrenzy
08/3/2022
09:11
I bought in today, anyone else interested in this share? Very quiet here!
topazfrenzy
04/3/2022
12:32
Prelims next tuesday
philanderer
19/2/2022
15:29
Well considering the announcement in the papers said they are opening some greggs in some primark store I'd say yes.
babbler
18/2/2022
16:22
I just get my head around this shareprice, seems way to high.
montyhedge
18/2/2022
14:06
...from last year...

Greggs today issued a Q3 trading update, it was titled “Continuing recovery and increasing potential for growth” which is not a bad summary of the state of play. Forward guidance was revised up, more aggressive store expansion is planned, delivery channels are growing. The Strategic plan includes an ambitious target to double turnover over next five years to circa £2.4bn in 2026. The share price liked the message and has spiked up nearly 10%. So do I, management have delivered solid performance over the past 5 years and look set to do the same over the next 5 years. Valuation is average on both forward PE and PS ratios, but not a constraint to further solid share price gains. And the share price has momentum and is trending. Greggs is a BUY...

...from WealthOracleAM

https://wealthoracle.co.uk/detailed-result-full/GRG/181

km18
10/2/2022
09:40
I don't think this Primark thing is the greatest of moves and seems a really stupid thing to do.

Is this a hint at a tie up with Primarks owners, AB Foods

spacecake
09/2/2022
10:15
should have gone more upmarket with Ted Baker
elpirata
09/2/2022
10:13
The market seems to have taken a bite which is all that concerns me. Tuck in!
bouleversee
09/2/2022
08:59
We Greggs customers will swallow anything :)
toffeeman
09/2/2022
04:19
Not sure customers will swallow that but hope it goes well.
bouleversee
08/2/2022
12:59
hTTps://www.chroniclelive.co.uk/news/north-east-news/primark-window-greggs-pasties-newcastle-23008746

Responding to queries about whether they are hinting at instore Gregg's cafes, the company said "we are cooking up something great" and "we can't wait to share it with you… well, not all of it."

spacecake
28/1/2022
11:38
HSBC RAISES GREGGS PRICE TARGET TO 3,430 (3,000) PENCE - 'BUY'
philanderer
14/1/2022
17:07
Agreed the share price is looking a bit crusty. I wanted to sell half just before the update but the shares have been on a roll and I didn't put in the order.my PF has got a stuffing and the odds of a quick reversal of the share price are not very skinny. Food for thought on whether I should cash in my chips here or not.
mach100
14/1/2022
11:53
Peobably a switch from over valued growth stocks into the under valued boring stocks.
chiefbrody
14/1/2022
11:40
The share price is starting to taste a bit 'off'.
bouleversee
14/1/2022
11:15
The vegan sausage and bean melts are better.
spacecake
12/1/2022
09:53
For research purposes I tried their vegan sausage roll, yuk all I could test was salt. Still students will eat anything.
montyhedge
11/1/2022
11:35
I know not much related here but if talks break down between Russia and America then could we see an invasion of Ukraine
red5
11/1/2022
10:31
More likely stage protests outside their shops or in Downing St.
bouleversee
11/1/2022
10:04
I imagine half of them will go on hunger strike and the other half will start baking their own.
whoopee1
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