Diageo Share Price (DGE)

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Price 3,096.50on 15-11-2019 at 16:30:00
Change -27.00 -0.86%
Buy 3,098.50
Sell 3,097.50
Buy / Sell DGE Shares
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Last Trade: Buy 5,977 at 3,106.824p
Day's Volume: 2,862,991
Last Close: 3,123.50p
Open: 3,137.00p
ISIN: GB0002374006
Day's Range 3,084.00p - 3,140.00p
52wk Range: 2,688.50p - 3,633.50p
Market Capitalisation: £72,751m
VWAP: 3,097.818p
Shares in Issue: 2,349m

Recent Trades History Diageo (DGE)

Buy/Sell Volume Trade Prc Trade Type Trade Time
Delayed publication
17:25:01 - 15-Nov-19
Delayed publication
17:20:01 - 15-Nov-19
Delayed publication
17:33:54 - 15-Nov-19
Delayed publication
17:16:33 - 15-Nov-19
Delayed publication
17:16:33 - 15-Nov-19
18:28:27 - 15-Nov-19
17:47:55 - 15-Nov-19
17:47:54 - 15-Nov-19
17:47:52 - 15-Nov-19
17:45:29 - 15-Nov-19

Share Price History for Diageo

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Date Open High Low Close
13th Nov 2019 (Wed)3,067.503,119.003,067.503,115.25
12th Nov 2019 (Tue)3,105.503,108.003,060.003,069.25
11th Nov 2019 (Mon)3,103.503,116.003,080.003,109.75
8th Nov 2019 (Fri)3,119.503,124.503,090.003,100.25
7th Nov 2019 (Thu)3,127.503,140.503,105.503,115.25
6th Nov 2019 (Wed)3,093.003,134.003,079.503,116.75
5th Nov 2019 (Tue)3,123.003,150.003,098.003,101.00
4th Nov 2019 (Mon)3,154.003,162.503,126.003,137.00
1st Nov 2019 (Fri)3,168.503,189.003,150.003,149.75
31st Oct 2019 (Thu)3,186.003,217.503,153.503,175.25
30th Oct 2019 (Wed)3,098.003,178.003,094.003,170.50
29th Oct 2019 (Tue)3,075.503,114.003,074.503,106.75
28th Oct 2019 (Mon)3,106.003,117.503,079.003,106.75
25th Oct 2019 (Fri)3,125.003,147.503,115.503,115.25
24th Oct 2019 (Thu)3,093.503,150.503,090.003,142.50
23rd Oct 2019 (Wed)3,118.003,134.003,090.503,127.00
22nd Oct 2019 (Tue)3,105.503,132.503,077.003,116.25
21st Oct 2019 (Mon)3,107.003,122.003,059.503,101.50
18th Oct 2019 (Fri)3,150.003,150.003,106.503,123.25
17th Oct 2019 (Thu)3,148.503,162.003,091.503,149.25
16th Oct 2019 (Wed)3,165.003,222.003,141.503,164.00
15th Oct 2019 (Tue)3,232.503,234.503,155.503,167.00

DGE - Diageo Investor Summary

Diageo is one of the largest multinational alcoholic beverage companies in the world. As a constituent of the FTSE 100 share price index, the value of this company is used as a measure of the UK economy's performance. Diageo was the result of a merger in 1997 between Guinness plc and Grand Metropolitan plc.

Grand Metropolitan's portfolio had gradually built up since the 1960s to include hotels, restaurants and food producers, as well as alcoholic drinks brands such as Smirnoff Vodka and Bailey's Irish Cream. Following the merger with Guinness, the combined group divested most of its non-drinks assets, including the Burger King chain in 2002. Today some of the company's brands include Red Stripe lager beer, Bell's, Glen Ord and Cragganmore scotch whiskies, Gordon's Gin, Archers schnapps, Blossom Hill Wine and Pimm's. The company's beer brands account for over one fifth of sales. Diageo is the world's leading premium spirits brand, accounting for over half of the sales of the top ten premium spirits brands.

The company currently trades in over 180 countries worldwide and employs 22,000 people. Due to the company's strong portfolio of Whiskey brands, it employs 2400 people at over 40 locations in Scotland. The company is currently organised into three core divisions: Americas, Europe and International, with each accounting for roughly a third of of business. The company has taken an active role in self-regulation in terms of promoting alcohol awareness. In June 2008, the company's market capitalisation was valued at around £23 billion.

News about Diageo (DGE)

Director Deals - Diageo PLC (DGE)

News - Monday, November 11, 2019

Javier Ferrán, Chairman, bought 267 shares in the company on the 11th November ......

FTSE bounces despite Bank of England warnings

News - Thursday, September 19, 2019

London's FTSE 100 closed higher on Thursday, despite cable rising and warnings from the Bank of England, while keeping rates on hold at 0.75%, that a further Brexit delay would be bad for the economy and risked hitting sterling. ...

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