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Associated British Foods Share Price (ABF)

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Price 2,375.00on 23-01-2019 at 16:30:00
Change -11.00 -0.46%
Buy 2,381.00
Sell 2,379.00
Buy / Sell ABF Shares
Last Trade: Sell 1,400 at 2,375.00p
Day's Volume: 1,061,107
Last Close: 2,386.00p
Open: 2,379.00p
ISIN: GB0006731235
Day's Range 2,350.00p - 2,383.00p
52wk Range: 2,011.00p - 2,873.00p
Market Capitalisation: £18,802m
VWAP: 0.00p
Shares in Issue: 792m

Recent Trades History Associated British Foods (ABF)

Buy/Sell Volume Trade Prc Trade Type Trade Time
Sell*1,4002,375.0017:25:24 - 23-Jan-19
Sell*1,4342,367.09418:28:10 - 23-Jan-19
Sell*62,366.83317:38:00 - 23-Jan-19
Sell*9,1412,375.0017:36:33 - 23-Jan-19
Sell*2,0522,375.94917:27:36 - 23-Jan-19
Sell*2152,376.26117:23:45 - 23-Jan-19
Sell*3,0502,361.0317:23:33 - 23-Jan-19
Sell*11,8522,368.8617:20:22 - 23-Jan-19
Sell*2,1062,367.35817:16:02 - 23-Jan-19
Sell*6082,364.50517:16:02 - 23-Jan-19

Share Price History for Associated British Foods

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Date Open High Low Close Volume
23rd Jan 2019 (Wed)2,379.002,383.002,350.002,386.001,061,107
22nd Jan 2019 (Tue)2,366.002,400.002,344.002,358.001,075,137
21st Jan 2019 (Mon)2,350.002,359.002,315.002,351.00702,457
18th Jan 2019 (Fri)2,340.002,361.002,312.002,330.00619,067
17th Jan 2019 (Thu)2,250.002,333.002,246.002,178.001,812,826
16th Jan 2019 (Wed)2,216.002,251.002,165.002,231.001,316,047
15th Jan 2019 (Tue)2,232.002,252.002,206.002,225.00817,876
14th Jan 2019 (Mon)2,244.002,248.002,208.002,243.001,182,000
11th Jan 2019 (Fri)2,246.002,272.002,237.002,247.00666,528
10th Jan 2019 (Thu)2,267.002,269.002,222.002,268.00929,445
9th Jan 2019 (Wed)2,240.002,303.002,240.002,231.001,382,781
8th Jan 2019 (Tue)2,155.002,260.002,152.002,154.001,115,795
7th Jan 2019 (Mon)2,180.002,195.002,149.002,159.00819,372
2nd Jan 2019 (Wed)2,034.002,075.002,011.002,043.00681,981
1st Jan 2019 (Tue),043.000
31st Dec 2018 (Mon)2,056.002,075.002,043.002,043.00309,731
28th Dec 2018 (Fri)2,042.002,075.002,042.002,041.00417,365
27th Dec 2018 (Thu)2,084.002,112.002,041.002,080.00692,157
26th Dec 2018 (Wed),080.000
25th Dec 2018 (Tue),080.000
24th Dec 2018 (Mon)2,104.002,127.002,080.002,080.00175,215

ABF - Associated British Foods Investor Summary

Associated British Foods is a food production, distribution and retail company. It is currently listed on the London Stock Exchange and the company is a member of the FTSE 100 share price index. Associated British Foods took on its present name in 1960 after previously being known as Allied Bakeries. The company began in 1935 to invest in a small independent bakery and quickly expanded through acquisitions of several smaller bakeries as well as biscuit companies. By the 1950s the company owned fifty bakeries across the UK and had expanded into Australia as well as purchasing a teashop chain with interests in the UK, Australia and Africa. By the 1960s the firm was the largest bakery company in the world and continued to expand by purchasing the Twinings tea brand and the Fine Fare supermarket (later sold). In 1991 the group added a significant asset to its portfolio with the purchase of British Sugar. The group began to invest in its clothing chain, Penney's of Ireland, during this decade and brought the chain to the UK (known as Primark). In the last decade this has been a key to the company's growth and has been bolstered by the acquisition of Littlewood's previous stores and conversion to Primark in the UK. Primark now accounts for the biggest proportion of Associated British Food's net profit.

The company acquired further sugar concerns in the 2000s and moved further towards true multinational operations with the purchase of AB Mauri and Tones. The company currently employs over 90,000 people and operates in over 40 countries with revenues in 2007 of over £4 billion.

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