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YNGN Young & Co's Brewery Plc (aim)

-24.00 (-3.70%)
28 May 2024 - Closed
Delayed by 15 minutes
Share Name Share Symbol Market Stock Type
Young & Co's Brewery Plc (aim) YNGN London Ordinary Share
  Price Change Price Change % Share Price Last Trade
-24.00 -3.70% 624.00 16:35:20
Open Price Low Price High Price Close Price Previous Close
656.00 618.00 656.00 624.00 648.00
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Posted at 23/5/2024 16:21 by essentialinvestor
The two classes of shares are now bang in line in share price % terms on a 12 month basis. Happened quickly.

For YNGN to make further progress, YNGA may need to rise from current levels, £9.86 atm.
Posted at 16/5/2024 16:56 by essentialinvestor
CC, Voting v Non Voting - all else equal, share of dividends etc.
This is written in to their company memorandum.

Gargantuan % difference atm, right at the top of the historical range.

YNGN valuation looks mouthwatering - unless the A shares fall that is.
Posted at 16/5/2024 16:48 by cravencottage
Good call Essential!

Why such a disparity in share price between YNGN and YNGA? - Apart from the obvious non voting status with YNGN


Posted at 16/5/2024 16:17 by essentialinvestor
We've got some catch up due on the A shares - YNGA often moves before YNGN.
Posted at 18/1/2024 10:32 by apad
YNGA and YNGN moved together over 5 years except for a 21/22 period when YNGA outperformed. Don't know why.
I am going to assume that CPC holders will dump their YNGA shares so reducing the price and I will hold on for a while then dump them. Can't understand why a PI would not choose YNGN over YNGA.
Posted at 17/1/2024 21:12 by apad
Does anyone have an explanation for the 21/22 outperformance of YNGA over YNGN?
Posted at 17/11/2023 20:38 by darrin1471
EI. Young's acquisition of CPC includes "3,612,894 new Young's A Shares"
CPC was seen as a NAV value play by many, so some may be looking to offload YNGA over the next few months.
YNGA may underperform vs YNGN creating an opportunity in the future.

I thought CPC was badly run and underperforming. Little profits on owned pubs that did not pay any rents. Combining of head office functions should lead to significant savings, as should the combined buying power and the better Young's product.

CPC own a 53% stake in loss making Mosaic Pubs. Severn of the Mosaic Pubs are in or around Birmingham. It will be interesting to see what Youngs do with them.
Posted at 06/6/2023 15:59 by essentialinvestor
I started this discussion to highlight the very large % differential (on historical price data) between the NV and voting shares.

YTD YNGN Up just under 40%,

YNGA Up 13%.

I hope some may have benefited from this board highlighting what looked a low risk
opportunity on some gap closing between YNGN and YNGA.
Posted at 21/5/2023 09:46 by jeffers613
YNGN looks much better value than YNGA. What are the chances of YNGN getting voting rights ie simplified share structure with all shares on equal terms? What would then happen to market value of YNGN's?
Posted at 18/1/2023 11:27 by essentialinvestor
YNGN is not on a PE of 21 though!!, that's the point of starting this board.

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