Share Name Share Symbol Market Type Share ISIN Share Description
Young & Co's Brewery LSE:YNGA London Ordinary Share GB00B2NDK765 A' ORD 12.5P
  Price Change % Change Share Price Bid Price Offer Price High Price Low Price Open Price Shares Traded Last Trade
  +15.00p +0.89% 1,700.00p 1,685.00p 1,715.00p 1,715.00p 1,685.00p 1,685.00p 5,540 16:35:28
Industry Sector Turnover (m) Profit (m) EPS - Basic PE Ratio Market Cap (m)
Travel & Leisure 279.3 37.6 61.6 27.6 505.15

Young & Co's Brewery Share Discussion Threads

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DateSubjectAuthorDiscuss
03/4/2018
21:31
Thanks coolen. I see the Takeover Code says a 'comparable offer' must be made to each class. However, a comparable offer need not necessarily be an identical offer. "In the case of offers involving two or more classes of equity share capital, prices for all of which are published in the Daily Official List, the ratio of the offer values should normally be equal to the average of the ratios of the middle market quotations taken from the Daily Official List over the course of the six months preceding the commencement of the offer period. The Panel will not normally permit the use of any other ratio unless the advisers to the offeror and offeree company are jointly able to justify it." My interpretation is, you're probably not going to be disadvantaged buying the non-votings rights (apart from not being able to vote) but, in the event of a takeover, you're probably not going to be advantaged either. I assume a benefit of the cheaper, non-voting shares is the higher yield.
typo56
03/4/2018
19:46
It has been many moons since The Takeover Panel have had to rule on the amount a bidder may, or may not, have to pay for non-voting shares. If you want an extreme, look at electrical engineers Dewhurst plc where the voters now trade at a 50% premium to the non-voters.
coolen
03/4/2018
17:59
Sorry if this has been answered before, but why do the YNGN non-voting shares trade at a 20% discount to the YNGA voting shares? In fact, a couple of years ago the discount was about 25%. Too much? It's similar with SDR and SDRC. In the (unlikely?) event of a bid, wouldn't the YNGN shares receive the same as the YNGA shares? After all, they appear to receive the same dividends and have the same share of the assets. I notice REFS shows the NTAV per share for YNGA as 1596p but I think that is wrong and too high. It looks like they are dividing the NTAV by the 29.7m YNGA shares and not including the 19.2m YNGN shares. The Articles of Association states, "The A Shares and the Non-Voting Shares must be treated equally for all purposes of participation in profits or assets."
typo56
26/3/2018
10:17
Morning! This is a bit ridiculous now. But it goes to show, whenever there's an artificial tax break, the market adjusts for it.
grahamite2
07/2/2018
15:14
Unexpected but comforting!
elmfield
28/11/2017
21:49
Very positive write up in the IC this week.
elmfield
08/11/2017
12:59
Unless you're planning to drop dead in more than 2 but less than 7 years, it's hard to see a lot of point in this.
grahamite2
21/10/2017
12:15
Someone ought to post something every couple of months, I suppose! No September retrace worthy of the name. A 1.3% yield.
grahamite2
25/8/2017
14:24
A long term hold...slow and steady wins the race
jimbowen30
25/8/2017
14:20
Just keeps creeping....
elmfield
23/8/2017
12:11
A September retrace would be nice.
grahamite2
05/8/2017
20:55
A lot of people forget about inheritance tax until it's almost too late - 7 years is a big ask for someone of 80. But 2 years.....even at 85 you can expect another 6 years.
grahamite2
05/8/2017
20:49
I quite like that, Long term, I mean long term, nice solid hold with a dividend to live off, Excellent, fireworks not required! It is a modern replacement for gov't gilts, weird really but shows where we have ended up.
elmfield
05/8/2017
20:46
Genuinely no offence intended! But I'm sure you'd agree it's downright weird that a stock with so much going for it has virtually no interest at all here.
grahamite2
05/8/2017
18:58
Feel free mate!
elmfield
05/8/2017
16:49
Torquil Sligo-Young and his wife have sold 13 thousand of the 300 thousand shares they held beneficially, 4 million they hold as trustees. I don't think you can call that "heavy" selling and certainly not suspicious. 4.3m shares at £13 a pop! He's not wondering where his next meal's coming from!
grahamite2
05/8/2017
16:09
Some quite heavy director's sales with no explanation as to why. I read this as suspicioys but I would appreciate comments. Regards MW
miss womble
02/8/2017
14:16
I just had a quick look through the accounts and don't see any nasties there.
grahamite2
02/8/2017
14:01
How come this thread isn't more popular? People will always want beer, and Young's is a nice pint. So if it isn't about to go bust, surely this should be of inrterest to everyone of a certain age?
grahamite2
11/7/2017
07:49
I must just say, Outstanding trading.
elmfield
28/1/2016
13:23
Wish I had added! Good to see the recovery. Good results from marstons, must help....
elmfield
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