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 Shares Traded Last Trade
  -100.00 -3.23% 2,995.00 78,597 12:05:19
Bid Price Offer Price High Price Low Price Open Price
2,993.00 2,997.00 3,093.00 2,976.00 3,093.00
Industry Sector Turnover (m) Profit (m) EPS - Basic PE Ratio Market Cap (m)
Food & Drug Retailers 811.30 -13.70 -12.90 3,042
Last Trade Time Trade Type Trade Size Trade Price Currency
12:05:09 AT 20 2,995.00 GBX

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Greggs Daily Update: Greggs Plc is listed in the Food & Drug Retailers sector of the London Stock Exchange with ticker GRG. The last closing price for Greggs was 3,095p.
Greggs Plc has a 4 week average price of 2,913p and a 12 week average price of 2,498p.
The 1 year high share price is 3,135p while the 1 year low share price is currently 1,113p.
There are currently 101,577,364 shares in issue and the average daily traded volume is 238,718 shares. The market capitalisation of Greggs Plc is £3,033,100,089.04.
sharetalk: 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.
philanderer: Shore Capital salutes Greggs’ ‘exceptional’ bounce-back An impromptu trading update from Greggs (GRG) shows how strongly the high street baker has bounced back and is pushing Shore Capital to review its recommendation. However, analyst Clive Black retained his ‘sell’ recommendation on the stock, which closed up 2.9%, or 74p, at £26.34 on Monday. The chain reported positive momentum since its stores had reopened after lockdown which should have a ‘materially positive impact’ on full year results should it continue. Black said the group had ‘bounced back exceptionally well’ and showed ‘considerable resilience’. ‘Chasing our tail a bit, we shall reintroduce new forecasts for Greggs following publication of its interim results, with a view to measuring how close the stock is trading relative to our estimation of fair value: the shares have been trading on somewhat elevated multiples for some time,’ he said. ‘We shall also review our present “sell” stance at that time.’ HTTPS://citywire.co.uk/funds-insider/news/expert-view-astrazeneca-jd-sports-petrofac-greggs-and-alpha-financial/a1524218?section=funds-insider&_ga=2.33020406.917469266.1624959738-1068178417.1624959738#i=3
philanderer: Usually one year from the print. BERENBERG RAISES GREGGS PRICE TARGET TO 2,950 (2,100) PENCE - 'BUY'
philanderer: Shore Capital: ‘sell’ Greggs despite strong recovery A recovery in sales at Greggs (GRG) isn’t enough for Shore Capital to change to a more optimistic outlook on the high street baker, which it believes is overvalued. Analyst Clive Black reiterated his ‘sell’ recommendation on the stock after sales moved past pre-pandemic levels after the reopening of its stores. The shares closed up 10.5%, or 246p, at £25.91 on Monday. ‘With Greggs stock trading on a financial year 2021 price/earnings ratio of over 25 times, noting state aid, and 2022 and 2023 multiples that are likely to be in the 20-25 times range, we see the stock as somewhat overvalued,’ he said. Black added that supermarkets are trading on roughly half that multiple and ‘while they do not have the store opening potential of Greggs…the valuation gulf remains a bit too high still to us’. However, the analyst said ‘hats off’ to the company’s boss Roger Whiteside for ‘the effective engineering of Greggs in an immensely challenging period’. HTTPS://citywire.co.uk/investment-trust-insider/news/expert-view-unilever-iag-greggs-centrica-and-provident-financial/a1505863?section=investment-trust-insider&_ga=2.249255170.423179759.1620739848-690323066.1620584692#i=4
westdean: philanderer, do you have any predictions for tomorrow? Some hunch or vague intuition? I have been studying the share price movements today very closely, to see whether any clues can be obtained for what lies in store for tomorrow. At one time it looked very encouraging; it went up as much as 3.7%. I thought this was a very good omen. In the end the share price fell back to a level where the gains were around 1.2%. Well, it is useless for us to speculate: tomorrow is not a long way away now. Good luck if you are a holder.
essentialinvestor: As the GRG share price was near £17 at the time of that post bergster, I'm surprised you were "topping up" if you anticipated £6.
essentialinvestor: Phil, would agree with the quality definitely. The issue is valuation, it's selling on well over 30x 2021 FY earnings estimates- and those estimates assume no further lockdown (at least that's how I read it). Just 2 years ago the GRG share price was under £11 a share, in August 2018. It got down to approx £10.25 a share that month, 2 years ago. Some are looking at the parabolic spike over £20 and thinking...it's a bargain. But we are in a completely different environment now.
essentialinvestor: I thought below £14 would be seen again as mentioned last week. After that think it depends on if there are further lockdowns etc. In December 2018, the GRG share price was about 15% Below this morning's level. Pre COVID, pre recession and when the Company had a net cash position.
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