Glanbia PLC (GL9)

12.48
+0.85(+7.31%)
  • Volume:
    696,596
  • Bid/Ask:
    18.24/18.25
  • Day's Range:
    11.81 - 12.65
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GL9 Overview

Prev. Close
11.63
Day's Range
11.81-12.65
Revenue
6.24B
Open
11.81
52 wk Range
9.7-15.25
EPS
0.48
Volume
696,596
Market Cap
3.42B
Dividend (Yield)
0.3046
(2.44%)
Average Volume (3m)
340,842
P/E Ratio
22.69
Beta
0.74
1-Year Change
-12.54%
Shares Outstanding
273,882,845
Next Earnings Date
02 Nov 2022
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Glanbia PLC Company Profile

Glanbia PLC Company Profile

Employees
8071
Market
Ireland
  • Type:Equity
  • Market:Ireland
  • ISIN:IE0000669501

Glanbia plc is a global nutrition company. The Company operates through two segments: Glanbia Performance Nutrition and Glanbia Nutritionals. The Company's Glanbia Performance Nutrition segment includes performance nutrition products. Its products are sold through a range of channels, including specialty retail, the Internet and gyms in a range of formats, including powders, bars and ready-to-drink beverages. The Company's Glanbia Nutritionals segment provides nutritional solutions. It manufactures and sells cheese, dairy and non-dairy nutritional ingredients and vitamin and mineral premixes targeting the market focus on health and nutrition.

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  • no deal will be a disaster for Ireland and their food exports to UK. high tarriffs and weak pound will make irish imports totally uncompetitive. However, it's great for UK farmers able to crank up production following 40 years of being quota'd to give more market to EU! uk farmers cannot produce enough food for UK market so New Zealand and Canada will take up some of the slack and wont be tarriffed like imports from EU. So UK food will be a massive loss to EU farmers!!
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