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GRG Greggs Plc

2,878.00
20.00 (0.70%)
18 Jun 2024 - Closed
Delayed by 15 minutes
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
  20.00 0.70% 2,878.00 2,876.00 2,880.00 2,886.00 2,854.00 2,882.00 148,148 16:28:49
Industry Sector Turnover Profit EPS - Basic PE Ratio Market Cap
Bakeries-retail 1.81B 142.5M 1.4065 20.46 2.92B
Greggs Plc is listed in the Bakeries-retail sector of the London Stock Exchange with ticker GRG. The last closing price for Greggs was 2,858p. Over the last year, Greggs shares have traded in a share price range of 2,248.00p to 2,976.00p.

Greggs currently has 101,318,712 shares in issue. The market capitalisation of Greggs is £2.92 billion. Greggs has a price to earnings ratio (PE ratio) of 20.46.

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DateSubjectAuthorDiscuss
05/5/2022
20:16
Upcoming dividend of UK£0.42 per shareEligible shareholders must have bought the stock before 12 May 2022.Payment date: 08 June 2022.Payout ratio is a comfortable 49% and this is well supported by cash flows.Trailing yield: 2.6%.Lower than top quartile of British dividend payers (4.6%).Higher than average of industry peers (1.0%).
r2oo
19/4/2022
16:19
Not everyone has got as much money as you monty :)
maximus57
19/4/2022
15:04
Lol, head for a treat what a vegan sausage roll.Poster geraldus is spot on on his earlier comment.
montyhedge
19/4/2022
14:54
All will be revealed come the trading update by mid May.
geraldus
19/4/2022
14:46
I'm struggling to see the weakness in the share price. Valued at only around 2x there annual turnover and with very little debt. When the economy squeezes and we've very little disposable income, then it's to Greggs we'll head for a treat, not some overpriced coffee shops.This must surely be on the radar as a potential takeover target, I would think at this price
maximus57
19/4/2022
14:24
You are spot on. I see a lower shareprice.
montyhedge
04/4/2022
11:45
Greggs share price is underbaked


Although Greggs (GRG) has been one of the worst-performing stocks in broker Berenberg’s coverage this year, share price weakness coupled with five-year high growth opportunities present a rare opportunity, says analyst Owen Shirley.

The British baker posted its best start to the year since 2019 in February, with Berenberg now expecting 7% sales growth for the full year, driven by increased activity in city centres.

One of the UK’s most popular breakfast sellers, it has plans to expand on evening footfall by keeping doors open for an extra two hours to 8pm.

‘Following trials in 100 stores, management found that sales after 4pm grew from 11% to 17% (spread across delivery and collection) by keeping stores open until 8pm,’ said Shirley, adding that new ‘evening-appropriate’ products were likely to enhance that.

Shirley notes that raised cost inflation is factored into estimates. The opening of a new production site in the south of England will save significant distribution costs too.

‘Just over a decade ago Greggs sold no breakfasts. It now sells more breakfasts than virtually any other business in the UK,’ he said.

Berenberg reiterated a ‘buy’ recommendation with a price target of £36. The shares rose 0.9% higher to £24.84 on Friday.

citywire.com

philanderer
24/3/2022
13:10
Fuel for their large fleet.Heating for all those ovens.Price of wheat and ingredients going through the roof.Not to mention less disposable income for their clientele.Higher prices means less spend.The perfect storm.
geraldus
21/3/2022
12:29
They must be feeling the pain of higher costs. Margins I would have thought squeezed.
montyhedge
21/3/2022
11:13
Jefferies cuts Greggs price target to 3,250 (3,400) pence - 'buy'
philanderer
14/3/2022
19:01
Barclays cut to overweight, lol like their customers.
montyhedge
09/3/2022
14:19
Barclays cuts Greggs price target to 2,900 (3,340) pence - 'overweight'
philanderer
08/3/2022
12:06
YES I bought the lows ...

Now back to £25 here

topazfrenzy
08/3/2022
12:05
I timed it perfectly b+tch

lol

topazfrenzy
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

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!
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