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SUP Supreme Plc

141.00
0.00 (0.00%)
14 Jun 2024 - Closed
Delayed by 15 minutes
Share Name Share Symbol Market Type Share ISIN Share Description
Supreme Plc LSE:SUP London Ordinary Share GB00BDT89C08 ORD 10P
  Price Change % Change Share Price Bid Price Offer Price High Price Low Price Open Price Shares Traded Last Trade
  0.00 0.00% 141.00 140.00 143.00 141.50 141.50 141.50 67,835 16:35:05
Industry Sector Turnover Profit EPS - Basic PE Ratio Market Cap
Household Appliance Stores 155.61M 11.97M 0.1020 13.87 166.03M
Supreme Plc is listed in the Household Appliance Stores sector of the London Stock Exchange with ticker SUP. The last closing price for Supreme was 141p. Over the last year, Supreme shares have traded in a share price range of 87.50p to 144.00p.

Supreme currently has 117,333,835 shares in issue. The market capitalisation of Supreme is £166.03 million. Supreme has a price to earnings ratio (PE ratio) of 13.87.

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12/6/2024
22:50
Crazy foolVaping burns holes in your lungs, likelyto cause heavy breathing and potentially heart attack.Also you look stupid.Ban expected. Same for high energy drinks
muffster
12/6/2024
19:39
saw a guy buying a 50 gram pouch of golden Virginia earlier - 23 English pounds !! think it was half the price when I used to smoke that rubbish.So glad I switched to vaping about 15 years ago now - ok I'm still addicted to nicotine but I like a coffee too, certainly much fitter and healthy now I don't smoke, and more money in my pocket too !!
danb45
12/6/2024
13:34
It's not so much about what is in Labour's manifesto it's what they actually do when in power that matters! But yes, I get your point....who cares about The Conservative manifesto.....or indeed anything The Conservative party says now.

I expect that when Labour are in charge they will come to quite like the tax revenues from vapes and tobacco. As it pays for all the lovely 'plans' they have but aren't telling you about.

They might tax it a bit more but who cares? You could double the tax on vapes and people would still pay for it.

Vaping is still about 1/10th the cost of smoking.

From SUP's point of view, more tax on vapes doesn't impact them much. They are one of the cheapest on the market. Their strategy is a numbers game - acquire as many brand loyal customers as possible.

The more customers they get the more valuable they are.

gb904150
12/6/2024
12:31
It's what's in Labours manifesto that will matter.
boonboon
12/6/2024
12:31
I could believe it if the conservatives weren't 25/1 with the bookies But every bit of positive helps
basem1
12/6/2024
12:24
Just reading that in the conservative manifesto the recent policy regarding the gradual ban on tobacco and a crackdown on vape sales which is linked to Sunak has been left out. Maybe the reason for today's move?
clanger66
12/6/2024
12:21
Hopefully a nice increase in the dividend too as I have some in my ISA too
basem1
12/6/2024
12:20
Yes, thx for correction ?
cheaky monkey
12/6/2024
12:06
Full year results not a TU We have already had the TU
basem1
12/6/2024
12:05
Looking good here ahead of trading update
cheaky monkey
11/6/2024
16:41
Thanks for flagging that presentation
adamb1978
23/5/2024
22:06
Further update from UKVIA The UK Vaping Industry Association is pleased to see that common sense has prevailed and that the Tobacco and Vapes Bill will almost certainly not be rushed through the legislative process, prior to the Election.Since the Bill was announced, the UKVIA has maintained that the measures it contains could have such potentially grave impacts on the health of both smokers and vapers that it requires extremely careful consideration.The General Election gives everyone time to pause, take stock, and – should this Bill be reintroduced once a new government is formed after July 4 – we will continue to engage with whoever is in power.Whatever happens, the UKVIA remains committed to ensuring that adult smokers and vapers continue to have excellent access to the vaping products and flavours they require to keep them off cigarettes while protecting those underage from ever startinghttps://ukvia.co.uk/with-the-tobacco-and-vapes-bill-almost-certainly-on-hold-until-after-the-election-ukvia-welcomes-much-needed-breathing-space-to-properly-consider-future-vape-legislation/
actscap
23/5/2024
18:23
I think we were in a better position to deal with the regulations than competitors so I don't think it's necessarily a positive.For example part of the legislation was spend money on dealing with illegal vapes so that's also going to be delayed.
boonboon
23/5/2024
16:39
It would be helpful, but not transformative. Upside is the cashflow of that delay. Their disclosure is decent so should be able to calcluate it. Bit surprised that the share price wasnt up today
adamb1978
23/5/2024
15:23
I think, given they've already engaged with the business community, there shouldn't be any material changes to the bill once it's reintroduced in the next parliamentary. Reintroduction of the bill is a safe working assumption as it got wide cross party support in current parliament. So all else equal, a half year to one year delay to implementation would be a positive for supreme and other vape sellers.
actscap
23/5/2024
15:13
It has officially been ditched, surprised not more reaction in market. Means at the v least a significant delay to the introduction of the ban
actscap
23/5/2024
06:21
Tories have neutered labour on vaping already by being proactiveThe only thing labour could do to differentiate on vaping is start talking up extremes like the banning route or extreme taxesWhen you look at data on vaping (ie how popular it is among voters), that would be unnecessary risk for the side who basically just need to avoid doing anything stupid to bring in the win
hammergaumet
22/5/2024
20:56
So increased risk of uncertainty ahead, particularly given the significant labour majority that is expected. But every cloud....legislation is unlikely to receive royal assent until late 2024 or first half 2025. This will mean the anticipated ban on disposables could be pushed into 2026 esp allowing for transition periods.
actscap
22/5/2024
20:49
So, consequences.....Bill could be reintroduced: If there is a desire to pursue the legislation further, the bills must be reintroduced in the next session of Parliament. This can be done by the same or different sponsors. Reintroduction can happen as new bills, and they will have to go through all the legislative stages again.Pre-dissolution Arrangements: Occasionally, there are provisions made for certain bills to be carried over to the next session if an early dissolution was anticipated and arrangements were agreed upon before the dissolution. However, this is rare and usually specific to certain urgent or widely supported legislation.Changes Upon Reintroduction: The bills, when reintroduced, can be identical to the ones that fell, or they may be modified based on feedback, changes in government policy, or other considerations that have arisen in the interim.
actscap
22/5/2024
20:40
Some useful reading https://www.parallelparliament.co.uk/bills/government
actscap
22/5/2024
20:39
Given the bill has yet to make it through the lords first reading, I think it likely to fall
actscap
22/5/2024
20:35
This essentially means the bill has to pass by dissolution on May 30
actscap
22/5/2024
20:33
For context....Public bills cannot be carried over from one parliament to the next in the same way that they can be carried over from one session to the next within the lifetime of a parliament. The period of the last few days of a parliament, during which unfinished business must be agreed by both Houses or lost at dissolution, is known as 'wash-up'. During this period, because there is not enough time to complete parliamentary consideration in the usual way, the Government is reliant on the cooperation of the Opposition to secure its legislation.
actscap
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