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ugovictoria 21st September 2007 08:49 AM

7up
 
7-Up Plc Dropped their result on the floor yesterday, and its thus:

7UP BOTTLING CO. PLC AUDITED YEAR-END RESULT FOR THE PERIOD ENDED 31 MARCH, 2007
2007 2006 CHANGE % CHANGE
N'b N'b N'b %
TURNOVER 27.300 22.000 5.300 24.09
PBT 1.960 1.700 0.260 15.29
TAXATION -0.741 -0.539 -0.202 -37.48
PAT 1.200 1.160 0.040 3.45
PROPOSED DIVIDEND N1.30K
CLOSURE DATE 2/10/2007

c kenneths 22nd September 2007 12:48 AM

The dividend declared by 7up is a slight improvement on last years 1.25, even after the splits, my only worry here is the marginal increase in profitability.

I thought this company will be giving NBC a hot chase in profitability as they are doing in in adverts.

No wonder my mentor once told me to stick with market leaders in every sector. Surprises will happen but not as much.

c kenneths 30th September 2007 07:24 AM

When will all the efforts of this company start to yield superlative results? I am always amazed about their market penetration programmes, succesful promos, fido dido adverts, market goodwill, and other positive factors.

When will all these increase shareholders value? When compared to investors in other companies, returns in 7up seems smaller.

This company is stingy to shareholders!

hispy99 30th September 2007 06:17 PM

Quote:

Originally Posted by c kenneths (Post 6288)
When will all the efforts of this company start to yield superlative results? I am always amazed about their market penetration programmes, succesful promos, fido dido adverts, market goodwill, and other positive factors.

When will all these increase shareholders value? When compared to investors in other companies, returns in 7up seems smaller.

This company is stingy to shareholders!

@C_Kenneths

Maybe all the successfull promos, fido dido adverts, market goodwill e.t.c have not tranlsated into excellent financial results and not necessarily the company being stingy? If the company is "stingy to shareholders" and it has been financially sucessfull over the years, then this will show up in the company's fundamentals i.e. very low P/E multiples, very low PEG ratios, very high dividend yield e.t.c. If 7up's ratios are in line with its competitors, then the company's price has relected all the superlatives you mentioned, or you do not think so? I do not own 7up, so maybe the company's P/E multiples e.t.c are way below its peers?

hispy99 18th December 2007 04:32 PM

Does anyone know if 7up has realsed any interim results? All I have are the audited results for FYE March 2007.

yodiyokun 18th December 2007 08:04 PM

Quote:

Originally Posted by hispy99 (Post 8756)
Does anyone know if 7up has realsed any interim results? All I have are the audited results for FYE March 2007.

from practice 7UP releases half year and full year results.

Their half year is september and is not released before december - most probably in February.

hispy99 18th December 2007 08:50 PM

Quote:

Originally Posted by yodiyokun (Post 8762)
from practice 7UP releases half year and full year results.

Their half year is september and is not released before december - most probably in February.

thank you very much!

dhandaulat33 28th December 2007 09:16 AM

my Associate Degree in Business Management
 
Hello buddy, can I get my Associate Degree in Business Management at a community college and transfer to a university and get my Bachelors Degree in Human Resource Management? All still in four years? Because the community college I'm at doesn't haven the HR Associates Degree. Or does it depend on the University? I want to get my bachelors in the 4 years still, but with Associates in Business, and the full bachelors in HR Management. Please help me.

richestowealth 28th December 2007 03:58 PM

Quote:

Originally Posted by dhandaulat33 (Post 9029)
Hello buddy, can I get my Associate Degree in Business Management at a community college and transfer to a university and get my Bachelors Degree in Human Resource Management? All still in four years? Because the community college I'm at doesn't haven the HR Associates Degree. Or does it depend on the University? I want to get my bachelors in the 4 years still, but with Associates in Business, and the full bachelors in HR Management. Please help me.

How does this relate to 7up? Abi you wan work as production manager for there after you finish?

Goddey 30th December 2007 01:54 AM

My brother, fear catch me too. I was wondering what all the degrees has to do with 7Up. Please help us understand.

Ahaah 30th December 2007 11:56 AM

The guy obviously need help. Anyone with good knowledge of American educational system could oblige through private mail.

papermaker 25th April 2008 12:08 PM

What do you think?
 
Sorry pls, i am new here and really don't know how to go about this site properly. i spent lots of time trying to ask questions to my fellow investors but it's been difficult. I just hope i get it this time. I want to get invested in shares and seeking the right shares to buy for a period of 5 months with good returns probably. penny or blue chip will do just fine. pls help??

I am new to this stock market of a thing. I bought about 5,800 units of Afribank at 24naira after seeing a good P.E ratio in the news paper. but now it's dropped about 2naira lower and i don't know if it will continue like this or may be better. I am thinking of selling it soon and getting the money diverted to penny shares. Pls my fellow investors, do you think the cost of Afribank share will rise anytime soon?

Thanks.

El-Kayode 25th April 2008 01:51 PM

Quote:

Originally Posted by papermaker (Post 16749)
Sorry pls, i am new here and really don't know how to go about this site properly. i spent lots of time trying to ask questions to my fellow investors but it's been difficult. I just hope i get it this time. I want to get invested in shares and seeking the right shares to buy for a period of 5 months with good returns probably. penny or blue chip will do just fine. pls help??

I am new to this stock market of a thing. I bought about 5,800 units of Afribank at 24naira after seeing a good P.E ratio in the news paper. but now it's dropped about 2naira lower and i don't know if it will continue like this or may be better. I am thinking of selling it soon and getting the money diverted to penny shares. Pls my fellow investors, do you think the cost of Afribank share will rise anytime soon?

Thanks.

My Dear friend, I will advise you direct further question to afribank thread, which already exist. meanwhile, I think Afribank will stil do very well, only if u can be patient. The restructuring taking place lately will pay off.

Cheers

Happy Investing!

papermaker 25th April 2008 03:03 PM

thanks Kay.
 
Thank you Kayode for the response. I still don't see any Afribank thread. i guess there is none. anyway thanks alot.

bye.

billions 18th May 2008 08:53 PM

[QUOTE=hispy99;8756]Does anyone know if 7up has realsed any interim results? All I have are the audited results for FYE March 2007.[/QUO



the half year result is out and the profit after tax is 0.656b naira while d profit b4 tax is 0.813b.

the price shd be above 60 soon...so i thk.tx.

Monwowo 18th June 2008 03:16 AM

Quote:

Originally Posted by papermaker (Post 16762)
Thank you Kayode for the response. I still don't see any Afribank thread. i guess there is none. anyway thanks alot.

bye.


This is one Afribank thread. Go to banking and search all the postings...

http://www.stockmarketnigeria.com/fo...-afribank.html

mye01 24th July 2008 01:45 PM

hi..im just wondering why 7up is not so available in the market rightnow? i mean you rarely see in in some stores..why is that so? thanks!

billions 2nd October 2008 07:29 PM

Re: 7up
 
7-UP PLC
Audited a/c for the year ended 31/03/2008
2008 2007 % Change
Turnover N'Bn 30.572 27.309 11.95%
PBT N'Bn 2.48 1.96 26.53%
Taxation N'mn -871.887 -741.309 17.61%
PAT N'Bn 1.608 1.219 31.91%

Proposed Dividend N1.50k
AGM 3/12/2008
Closure Date 20th- 31st October 2008
Payment Date 10th December 2008

hispy99 28th March 2009 02:16 AM

Re: 7up
 
SEVEN-UP BOTTLING COMPANY PLC: 2ND QUARTER RESULTS ENDED 30TH SEPTEMBER, 2008.
PROFIT AND LOSS ACCOUNTS INFORMATION.

TURNOVER SEPT'08 N15.2b SEPT' 07 N13.9b
PBT SEPT'08 N980.3m SEPT '07 N813.8m
TAX SEPT'08 (N179.6m) SEPT'07 (N158.2m)
PAT SEPT'08 N800.7m SEPT'07 N655.6m
BALANCE SHEET INFORMATION.
FIXED ASSETS SEPT'08 N14.8b SEPT'07 N12.2b
STOCK SEPT'08 N4.3b SEPT'07 N5.2b
TRADE DEBTORS SEPT'08 N3.5b SEPT'07 N3.2b
CASH AND BANK BAL SEPT'08 N2.9b SEPT'07 N2.7b
TRADE CREDITS SEPT'08 N2.1b SEPT'07 N3.4b
SHORT TERM BORROWINGS SEPT'08 N5.8b SEPT'07 N4.9b
OTHER CREDIT BAL SEPT'08 N9.2b SEPT'07 N8.6b
WORKING CAPITAL SEPT'08 N8.0b SEPT'07 N6.9b

hispy99 3rd September 2009 12:06 AM

Re: 7up
 
Seven-up bottling company plc.
Corporate actions proposed dividend n1.50kobo
annual general meeting date november 4th 2009.
Closure of register september 28th to october 9th 2009


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