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Associated British Foods (ABF)

Share Price:
Down 2,206.00p
Change Today:
-16.00p
Market Cap:
17,464m

Latest ShareCast News

(Sharecast News) - Pearson: Deutsche Bank upgrades to buy with a target price of 600p.

(Sharecast News) - Analysts at Berenberg reiterated their 'buy' recommendation for shares of Associated British Foods, telling clients that the combination of a valuation discount for the firm's fashion unit, Primark, and signs that the sugar price was "bottoming out" made for a good entry point into the shares.

(Sharecast News) - BigBlu Broadband: Barclays initiates at overweight with a target price of 200p.

(Sharecast News) - Associated British Foods warned that profit margins at its Primark unit would be lower in the next financial year as the company maintained current year forecasts.

(Sharecast News) - Primark announced plans to train 160,000 cotton farmers in India, Pakistan and China on environmentally friendly farming methods by 2022 in a bid to improve the sustainability of its operations.

(Sharecast News) - ShoreCap reiterated its 'buy' stance on shares of Associated British Foods on Thursday after the company reiterated guidance for full-year earnings per share to be in line with that of a year ago, highlighting its returns on capital and ability to throw off cash and arguing that its push into the US was not reflected in the share price.

(Sharecast News) - Associated British Foods said group revenue rose 3% for the 40 weeks to June 22 at constant currency rates as it maintained its full year outlook, although unseasonable May weather held back sales at its Primark fashion chain.

(Sharecast News) - Thursday is expected to be a rather quite session given how US financial markets will be closed in observance of the 4 July holiday and what with what traders are left at their desks likely to be sitting on their hands ahead of the June non-farm payrolls report due out on the following day.

(Sharecast News) - Saga: JP Morgan upgrades to neutral with a target price of 80p.

(Sharecast News) - Associated British Foods posted a big drop in first half earnings as the company's bottom line was hammered by one-off costs, but said full-year profits were still expected to be in line with the prior year's result.

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Market Data

Currency UK Pounds
Price 2,206.00p
Change Today -16.00p
52 Week High 2,638.00p
52 Week Low 2,041.00p
Volume 696,555
Shares Issued 791.67m
Market Cap 17,464m

Dividends

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Ex-Div 06-Jun-19 13-Dec-18
Paid 05-Jul-19 11-Jan-19
Amount 12.05p 33.30p