Greggs PLC (GRG)

3,120.0
+21.0(+0.68%)
  • Volume:
    199,899
  • Bid/Ask:
    0.0/0.0
  • Day's Range:
    3,090.0 - 3,134.0

GRG Overview

Prev. Close
3,099
Day's Range
3,090-3,134
Revenue
1.36B
Open
3,090
52 wk Range
1,113-3,134
EPS
0.84
Volume
199,899
Market Cap
3.15B
Dividend (Yield)
15.00
(0.50%)
Average Volume (3m)
228,158
P/E Ratio
37.07
Beta
1.34
1-Year Change
176.94%
Shares Outstanding
101,670,519
Next Earnings Date
04 Oct 2021
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Greggs PLC Company Profile

Greggs PLC Company Profile

Sector
Services
Employees
24344

Greggs PLC is a United Kingdom-based food-on-the-go retailer company. The Company manages retail activities in a group and sell a range of fresh bakery goods, sandwiches, and drinks in its own shops or via delivery channels. It sells products to franchise and wholesale partners for sale in their own outlets. The Company offers pastries and bakes, sandwiches, breakfast, sweets, pastas, salads and soups, bread, platters, drinks, and snacks. The Company owns approximately 2,000 shops, with regional bakeries, distributions centers and manufacturing center. The Company has approximately 328 franchised shops operating in travel and other convenience locations.

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  • new ATH ;)
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    • Buy and hold
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      • sell now...
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        • Greggs announces losses and no good news until 2022 and the share price jumps. Strange times we live in.
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          • It doesn't make sense. I personally sold Greggs at a loss few months back and now this jumps on the worse possible news haha.
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        • I think a fair price for now would be 1000 to 1200 pence. We simply don't know how long Covid will last. When Covid clears then the business should be worth £3 or £4 billion. But at 1.5bn when the footfall in its stores has slowed dramatically, revenue will surely take a massive hit all the while Covid is around.
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          • Good time to buy dip if under 1000
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        • Before Covid 19 you couldn't go into a Greggs without there being 3 or 4 other customers in there but now 3 out of 4 times I go in one I am the only customer in there. And this is morning we are talking about when the store is usually its busiest.
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          • Dunno for me it's just a matter of time before everyone realises the food is terrible and over priced. Anyone for chicken goo pasty or mushed sausage roll? I can imagine them being wiped out in a few years by cooplands.
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          • Michael JonesI think the opposite. Their food is quite tasty, and at the same time reasonably priced, especially if you account for the deal they offer. Greggs is hard to beat in terms of value for money. But there will always be some people that think they are too posh for Greggs.
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          • New Normal is the label
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        • This stock is recovering now because...?
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          • Becuase there's no Real reason that it shouldn't
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        • If it goes back to around 1000 would be a good buy I think
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          • where do we think this may find support now, 1000? doesn't seem to be any clear support before that level
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            • Tricky. Depends on the covid situation but compounded also by the new trend to work from home. If no vaccine news / mngt cannot reinvigorate it first it could get cheap. Like 5 quid!?
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          • Another bloodbath day. Is this stock going to recover?
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            • PE still high, priced for growth but closing stores. Volume is relatively light though, so maybe a determined seller is having an exaggerated impact.
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            • Will dilute this loss when we we are at the bottom. But yes you might be right.
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          • Made a new 1yr low, just, bounce?
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            • Not sure but its been painful to watch
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          • Great time to get into this stock i reckon at 14£.
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            • i wouldnt touch anything in Greggs but lots of people love carbs and fat and cheap rendered pork products, i dont see this chanting anytime soon, Greggs know their market well and target it. let the masses have their sausage rolls.
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            • Lots of people still do, but surely that market is already priced in here? Nothing to stop Greggs diversifying nor the government "educating" against whilst taxing consumption
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            • yes i think your right about that market being priced in.We are at peak sausage roll. still not convinced the Tory backbenches will allow taxes to be bought in but we will see
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          • yeah me the company is good but it is trading at a bigger pe ratio then McDonald's and also this is a British company, it ain't growing global
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            • anyone following this pasty stock
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