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British American Tobacco Share Price (BATS)

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Price 2,983.00on 22-05-2019 at 16:30:00
Change 1.50 0.05%
Buy 2,986.50
Sell 2,985.50
Buy / Sell BATS Shares
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Last Trade: Sell 12,489 at 2,982.989p
Day's Volume: 2,414,688
Last Close: 2,981.50p
Open: 2,999.50p
ISIN: GB0002875804
Day's Range 2,972.00p - 3,026.00p
52wk Range: 2,336.50p - 4,265.00p
Market Capitalisation: £68,423m
VWAP: 0.00p
Shares in Issue: 2,294m

Recent Trades History British American Tobacco (BATS)

Buy/Sell Volume Trade Prc Trade Type Trade Time
Sell*12,4892,982.98918:45:02 - 22-May-19
Buy*1,2842,997.95618:45:01 - 22-May-19
Buy*3263,024.091Ordinary
Delayed publication
18:45:01 - 22-May-19
Buy*1,8222,987.896Ordinary
Delayed publication
17:15:44 - 22-May-19
Sell*1,3292,982.98918:25:38 - 22-May-19
Sell*2,1672,982.98918:25:38 - 22-May-19
Sell*3,0602,982.98918:25:38 - 22-May-19
Sell*13,2422,979.59618:18:01 - 22-May-19
Sell*5,7662,979.59318:18:02 - 22-May-19
Sell*9,3352,979.60618:18:01 - 22-May-19

Share Price History for British American Tobacco

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Date Open High Low Close Volume
22nd May 2019 (Wed)2,999.503,026.002,972.002,981.502,414,688
21st May 2019 (Tue)2,973.503,016.502,934.000.004,207,384
20th May 2019 (Mon)2,959.502,972.002,915.502,957.502,051,078
17th May 2019 (Fri)2,908.502,960.502,896.002,927.003,222,256
16th May 2019 (Thu)2,905.502,927.502,875.002,905.002,867,051
15th May 2019 (Wed)2,878.002,908.002,854.502,874.002,322,952
14th May 2019 (Tue)2,884.502,910.502,859.502,865.007,923,405
13th May 2019 (Mon)2,856.002,878.002,834.002,839.002,572,733
10th May 2019 (Fri)2,909.502,920.002,835.502,885.503,056,257
9th May 2019 (Thu)2,828.002,904.002,815.502,845.003,199,601
8th May 2019 (Wed)2,872.002,910.002,794.002,873.506,400,737
7th May 2019 (Tue)2,865.002,927.502,851.502,897.505,548,850
6th May 2019 (Mon)0.000.000.000.000
3rd May 2019 (Fri)2,875.002,911.002,868.502,880.002,521,040
2nd May 2019 (Thu)2,914.002,914.502,870.502,927.503,267,218
1st May 2019 (Wed)3,049.503,062.502,915.502,990.004,712,460
30th Apr 2019 (Tue)3,010.503,032.002,966.003,011.005,207,936
29th Apr 2019 (Mon)2,989.503,022.502,982.502,992.002,072,347
26th Apr 2019 (Fri)2,909.002,995.502,884.002,982.007,581,631
25th Apr 2019 (Thu)3,047.003,050.502,921.003,044.003,991,239
24th Apr 2019 (Wed)3,087.003,097.503,020.503,088.504,396,064
23rd Apr 2019 (Tue)3,084.003,097.503,028.503,057.003,440,834

BATS - British American Tobacco Investor Summary

British American Tobacco is one of the world's largest tobacco companies and is currently listed on the FTSE 100 share price index. The company was formed in 1902 by the Imperial Tobacco Company and the American Tobacco Company. The venture between the companies was intended to organise the production and marketing of both companies' products outside of the UK and USA, the respective 'home' markets. The original companies would instead trade in their own home market drawing on the brands of both companies.

Having begun its operations in Germany, Japan, Africa and Australia, the company continued to expand throughout Western Europe, South East Asia and Africa after the turn of the century. By the second decade of the twentieth century, the American Tobacco Company had divested its interest in the business and it was listed on the London Stock Exchange independently. After opening a division to focus on central and South America, British American Tobacco itself began trading in the USA with the acquisition of Brown & Williamson in the 1920s. After the Second World War the company was left in a weakened state but was able to re-strengthen its position through continued acquisition, including the well known Benson and Hedges brand. Throughout the 1960s the firm diversified into food production and distribution which continues in decades that follow with acquisitions such as Argos and Allied Dunbar in the UK, and Saks Fifth Avenue in the US. By the late 1980s, the firm's tobacco business was stable and the firm began to divest its non-tobacco interests. The firm now employs over 50,000 staff and had revenues of over £26 billion in 2007.

News about British American Tobacco (BATS)

Pay Levels at FTSE 100 Groups Continues to Increase

News - Thursday, May 23, 2019

In spite of new rules that were created to encourage pay restraint, the pay levels at the biggest companies in the UK are continuing to increase....

FTSE 100 Ends Five Day Streak of Gains

News - Thursday, May 23, 2019

The FTSE 100 slipped from a three-week high on Wednesday, ending a five-day streak of positive trading. The losses were, in part, down to several major companies going ex-dividend....

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