Young & Co's Brewery Plc (aim)

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Share Name Share Symbol Market Type Share ISIN Share Description
Young & Co's Brewery Plc (aim) LSE:YNGN London Ordinary Share GB00B2NDK989 NON VTG ORD 12.5P
  Price Change % Change Share Price Shares Traded Last Trade
  -1.00 -0.12% 806.00 4,460 16:35:02
Bid Price Offer Price High Price Low Price Open Price
792.00 820.00 810.00 788.00 788.00
Industry Sector Turnover (m) Profit (m) EPS - Basic PE Ratio Market Cap (m)
Malt Beverages 325.90 34.40 58.80 12.92 471.39
Last Trade Time Trade Type Trade Size Trade Price Currency
15:38:34 O 83 818.32 GBX

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25/5/202308:19The Young Ones - Young's at a fat discount (Young's non voting).23
11/11/202211:27The forgotten share or your ISA56

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Young & Co's Brewery Plc... (YNGN) Most Recent Trades

Trade Time Trade Price Trade Size Trade Value Trade Type
2023-05-31 14:38:35818.3283679.21O
2023-05-31 14:18:17801.003933,147.93O
2023-05-31 14:11:19820.0018.20O
2023-05-31 14:11:18810.0084680.40AT
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Posted at 25/5/2023 08:19 by 1tx
Pleased with results as we are now not getting rates relief & VAT reductions and have had to cope with price,wage increases etc.Divi increase welcome.

The voting structure is designed to protect the company/family interests from takeover.In reality I doubt the large pub groups could run the company better.

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.
Posted at 18/1/2023 11:07 by adae
RBG's recent t/s disappointed due to train strikes at the wrong moment.

How many will be out in Young's pubs in January I wonder - isn't like there's catch-up spend.

So YNGN has exactly the same rights as YNGA except for no vote? Do find these voting/non-voting shares strange, Schroders was another.

Posted at 16/1/2023 17:07 by darrin1471
Divergence between YNGA and YNGN over the last 2 trading days of 18%
Volume up on YNGA
YNGA Blackrock holdings notification on Friday evening. Is that a new holder?

Posted at 03/1/2023 22:30 by coolen
If Young is strong enough to survive long term would zero EPS (v. 60p ) justify a 300p reduction in the non-voters share price. Or in the case of the voters, a 600p reduction.
Posted at 13/12/2022 13:57 by essentialinvestor
Yes, however the reason I started a new board is to highlight the valuation differential between YNGA and YNGN.
Posted at 13/12/2022 10:18 by essentialinvestor
Would not necessarily disagree with that. I've mentioned elsewhere these
are the toughest conditions for the sector I can remember - outside of forced
COVID closures.

Young's will hopefully be a longer term winner, worth keeping a watch for opportunities. YNGN available to buy under £5.80 a few weeks back - and the
shares have gone XD since.

Posted at 06/9/2022 15:36 by essentialinvestor
Darrin, CPC may have more upside?, I stick to YNGN, however that has a very nasty
spread and the share price can do nothing for an age and then moves in fits an starts -
in either direction.

The question to ask may be..are we near a definite low for some of these beaten
up UK focused stocks or is this a fleeting oversold bounce..

You called MCB very well, so I would say go with your gut.

Posted at 06/9/2022 12:43 by darrin1471
EI. I am currently favouring going 55% CPC, 35% JDW and 10% MARS

CPC are not in my location yet but I have looked at every pub in their estate online.
Youngs are also not in my area so I looked at a selection of locations online.
JDW, MAB and MARS are national, so I know their type.

Youngs have a great estate and should trade well against higher energy costs as premium customers are unlikely to feel the energy crunch. In the years ahead IMO interest rate will rise and fixed mortgages will rise hurting Youngs more. This is currently protecting Youngs share price in comparison to the other pubs.
Youngs invested heavily in outdoor space during covid and this I believe is why they have bounced back better than the other pubs.

Allocating an investment soon is not about which is the best pub company but for me who is the most under valued.

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