Associated British Foods (ABF)
ABF Share PerformanceMore
|52 week high||3,387.0 24/10/17|
|52 week low||2,335.0 26/01/17|
|52 week change||155.5 (6.02%)|
|4 week volume||23,646,325 27/12/17|
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18/01/2018 - 16:57 StockMarketWire
UK equities continued to lose steam following a strong rally in early January as cautious investors booked profits amid spe...
18/01/2018 - 14:09 Interactive Investor
Conglomerates are unwieldy beasts, and so it sis with AB Foods, where the share price looks magnetically drawn to much l...
18/01/2018 - 11:44 StockMarketWire
The FTSE declined into negative territory, with ex-dividend utility stock SSE (SSE) dimming 1.1% to 12.99. National Grid (N...
18/01/2018 - 08:36 StockMarketWire
The FTSE 100 fell 0.15% to 7,713.71 on Thursday morning, extending its three-day losing streak. Royal Mail (RMG) declined 1...
18/01/2018 - 07:04 StockMarketWire
Associated British Food's revenues for the 16 weeks to 6 Jan were 4% up on last time at constant currency with sales at Prim...
16/01/2018 - 11:30 StockMarketWire
Barclays Capital today upgrades its investment rating on Associated British Foods PLC (LON:ABF) to overweight (from eq...
15/01/2018 - 17:04 RNS
03/01/2018 - 13:09 StockMarketWire
Associated British Foods has confirmed that non-executive director, Ruth Cairnie, has been appointed as a non-executive di...
|Dividend yield||1.496 %|
Latest discussion posts More
“"Perhaps investors in LSE:ABF:Associated British FoodsA have grown a little blas?? after several years of market-beating growth from the fashion chain Primark.But instead of ...”▼
“https://www.abf.co.uk/media/news/2018/trading_update_jan_2018 SP probably down because of sugar revenues down 'AB Sugar revenue from continuing operations was 12% behind ...”▼
“Associated British Food's revenues for the 16 weeks to 6 Jan were 4% up on last time at constant currency with sales at Primark up 7%. The group said the outlook was ...”▼
Codes & Symbols
|Symbols||ABF, LSE:ABF, ABF.L, ABF:LN, LON:ABF, XLON:ABF|
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