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YNGN Young & Co's Brewery Plc (aim)

18.00 (2.86%)
24 May 2024 - Closed
Delayed by 15 minutes
Young & Co's Brewery Plc... Investors - YNGN

Young & Co's Brewery Plc... Investors - YNGN

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
18.00 2.86% 648.00 16:35:19
Open Price Low Price High Price Close Price Previous Close
640.00 640.00 658.00 648.00 630.00
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Posted at 12/11/2022 15:17 by essentialinvestor
Investors Chronicle give Young's (YNGA) a Buy on 17 X full year earnings.

Yet you can buy in to Young's via YNGN on just 10 X FY EPS,
qualifying for exactly the same dividends and value of business assets.

As sector capacity is stripped out over the next couple of years, Youngs should
continue to thrive, coupled with an opportunity to expand:

Intend to sell some or all of YNGA on Monday provided we get another bounce.
Posted at 11/11/2022 11:07 by essentialinvestor
This British institution needs little introduction, the business now solely focused on owning and operating premium pubs and hotels in the South of England.
Young's also own the freeholds on the vast majority of their properties.

This week's H1 results demonstrated further progress with a strong outlook.
YNGN currently sells on a gaping % discount to YNGA,
offering an entry in to Young's at a very large discount.

Sector headwinds have been discussed in the media and investors will be aware of these. What gets far less attention is the potential opportunity for successful businesses to grow as other pubs, restaurants and smaller hotels call time and close. As always, please dyor.
Posted at 06/9/2022 15:57 by darrin1471
I think the bounce today in most pub stocks shows a lot of investors think the sector is oversold and they are looking to pile in. I think we are near a year low for the sector but markets as a whole feel like they are going lower.
I think JDW are first to report on 7th October which is still a long way away in the current market.

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