Associated British Foods PLC (ABF)

1,903.5
-1.5(-0.08%)
  • Volume:
    2,971,262
  • Bid/Ask:
    1,885.0/1,935.0
  • Day's Range:
    1,897.0 - 1,932.0

ABF Overview

Prev. Close
1,905
Day's Range
1,897-1,932
Revenue
12.6B
Open
1,922
52 wk Range
1,618-2,528
EPS
0.51
Volume
2,971,262
Market Cap
15.04B
Dividend (Yield)
6.20
(0.33%)
Average Volume (3m)
890,057
P/E Ratio
37.65
Beta
1.39
1-Year Change
1.74%
Shares Outstanding
790,004,376
Next Earnings Date
09 Nov 2021
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Associated British Foods PLC Company Profile

Associated British Foods PLC Company Profile

Sector
Services
Employees
133425

Associated British Foods plc is an international food, ingredients and retail company. Its segments include grocery, sugar, agriculture, ingredients and retail. The grocery segment manufactures products, including hot beverages, sugar and sweeteners, vegetable oils, balsamic vinegars, bread and baked goods, cereals, ethnic foods, and meat products, which are sold to retail, wholesale and foodservice businesses. The sugar segment is engaged in growing and processing of sugar beet and sugar cane for sale to industrial users and to Silver Spoon, which is included in the Grocery segment. The agriculture segment manufactures of animal feeds and the provision of other products and services for the agriculture sector. The ingredients segment is manufactures of bakers’ yeast, bakery ingredients, enzymes, lipids, yeast extracts and cereal specialties. The retail segment is engaged in buying and merchandising value clothing and accessories through the Primark and Penney's retail chains.

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  • 100% Bullish. Awesome done. Thanks you
    0
    • Sold out yesterday and started shorting this
      5
      • Bought at £16.70 Nov 4th & looking at £21.99, that according to my analysis is a fair value for the ABF.
        0
        • This is still gonna go up more. Around £24 plus. DYOR just my opinion.
          0
      • still expensive
        3
        • Sold today and made 10 percent in a weekWinds seem to be changing now
          1
          • Spot on, sad sight again
            0
        • Trading at a lucrative level, have bought some today, best wishes for the other buyers
          0
          • Up we go 💪
            0
            • Long term hold. Likely to go up when shops open.
              0
              • 2nd of july 2020 is earning date...and primark is opening on 15th of june 2020.....this area of time till 16th or before earning date is the area of uptrend.....
                0
                • Lower highs, lower lows.......
                  0
                  • Pe is too high. Dividend very poor. The price has not moved in 10 years! They are asleep.
                    1
                    • Defo a worthwhile investment
                      2
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