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Ocado Share Price (OCDO)



Share Price Information for Ocado (OCDO)


Share Price: 414.30Bid: 414.20Ask: 415.10Change: -0.70 (-0.17%)Faller - Ocado
Spread: 0.90Spread as %: 0.22%Open: 417.80High: 420.70Low: 411.10Yesterday’s Close: 415.00

Ocado Group Plc Ord 2P

Ocado is listed in the FTSE 250, FTSE All-Share, FTSE 350, FTSE 350 Low Yield
Ocado is part of the Food & Drug Retailers sector






Share Price SpacerPrice
414.30

Share Price SpacerBid
414.20

Share Price SpacerAsk
415.10

Share Price SpacerChange
-0.17%-0.70

Share Price SpacerVolume
365,412

Share Price SpacerOpen
417.80

Share Price SpacerHigh
420.70

Share Price SpacerLow
411.10

Share Price SpacerClose
415.00

Share Price SpacerCurrency
GBX


Currency Issue Country Shares in Issue Market Capitalisation Market Size
GBX GB 620.97m £2,572.68m 3,000

52 Week High 623.50 52 Week High Date 26-FEB-2014
52 Week Low 216.80 52 Week Low Date 16-OCT-2014

# Trades Vol. Sold Vol. Bought PE Ratio Earnings Dividend Yield
697 244,557 120,855 -191.806 -2.16 0.00 0.00




Date
Time
Trade Prc
Volume
Buy/Sell
Bid
Ask
Value
 

26-Jan-15
12:06:32
414.30
540
Sell* 
414.20
415.20
2,237
Trade Type:
Automatic execution

26-Jan-15
12:04:28
414.70
222
Sell* 
414.70
415.40
920.63
Trade Type:
Automatic execution

26-Jan-15
12:04:28
414.70
20
Sell* 
414.70
415.40
82.94
Trade Type:
Automatic execution


*Buys and Sells are calculated on the difference between the trade price and the current mid price. As such, they can occasionally be incorrect.

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Directors Deals for Ocado (OCDO)
Trade DateActionNotifierPriceCurrencyAmountHolding
15-Jan-15Buy
Trade Notifier Information for Ocado Group
Tim Steiner held the position of CEO at Ocado Group at the time of this trade.
 Tim Steiner
404GBX3728696725
15-Jan-15Transfer From
Trade Notifier Information for Ocado Group
Tim Steiner held the position of CEO at Ocado Group at the time of this trade.
 Tim Steiner
0528696725
15-Jan-15Buy
Trade Notifier Information for Ocado Group
Duncan Tatton-Brown held the position of CFO at Ocado Group at the time of this trade.
 Duncan Tatton-Brown
404GBX37159238
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Date/Time
Author
Subject
Share Price
Opinion
Today 09:18
Rocka999
hool
414.10
No Opinion

Ocado isn't purely online as it's also doing click and collect. Omni-channel is a war fought on many fronts which will ultimately fail IMO, we'll see how many more stores will close as we move on. Napoleon thought he'd won at Waterloo until the Prussians made an appearance. The German connection is purely coincidence, but it's difficult to fight a battle from the front when you're looking out for your back.
Today 07:57
Hool
Rocka999
415.00
Strong Sell

Is it an accident that after all these years Ocado is unique in still being the only purely on-line grocer? Omni-channel is now seen as the strongest profitable model way for the future, so I would have thought that a lossmaking on-line approach will have limited appeal to others.
Today 00:01
Rocka999
Hool
415.00
No Opinion

You'll probably understand that MRW signed their deal knowing that they weren't going to make a profit until 2017, I'm sure they'd done their due diligence before signing that 25 year deal and now they are just starting to see the green shoots of that investment. We await the next licensing deal with eager anticipation which will start the next bear squeeze. It's taken Ocado nearly 15 years to get this far because they had Waitrose hanging around their neck like a dead albatross until they sold their stake in Ocado nearly 4 years ago so for me that's the starting point, totally free from the dead weight of the John Lewis Partnership. In the end I believe JLP only sold to fill that large black hole in the pension fund they have but it suited both companies at the time. Free from the constraints of another grocer we've seen rapid expansion at Ocado which will continue apace during 2015. If what you say is right we'll see no fees coming from abroad, but for your sake don't put any money on it!
Sun 18:44
MeMyselfAnd...
Hool
415.00
No Opinion

Didn't Morrisons say that online had contributed 1% in its first year, without minimal geography across the country and still places to expand to? Just saying!
Sun 16:47
Hool
Rocka999 and others
415.00
Strong Sell

I assure you that coming up with negatives is no problem at all. So how does the sales pitch for licensing go... "Hi there, we're the guys from Ocadoland and we've got this fantastic technology which cost several hundred millions over 14 years to get to a tiny profit on £1bn sales. We're convinced that you can't wait to get your hands on it so you too can spend millions, year after, to make as much money as we have. (if you find your 1st CFC loses money don't worry it's no problem you just build a 2nd or 3rd etc) Oh did we mention that you will also be paying us millions on top for licensing our technology?"
Sun 15:54
Rocka999
Hool
415.00
No Opinion

The more I read your posts the more I believe you're struggling to come up with negatives, your previous analogies are for all intents and purposes meaningless, Your post regards the CO-OP which has no online service and in terminal decline was meant to highlight what exactly, they can sell a loaf in store cheaper than the Ocado bloke can ship it in his van? Five years from now how much will the CO-OP and Sainburys for that matter be raking in from licensing deals similiar to Ocado's E-Commerce solutions? Ocado's E-Solution is unique and the nearest comparative is Amazon although we don't get to see their figures in much detail regards groceries! Still waiting for that much vaunted launch in Germany also, September 2014 wasn't it !? I can recall 2 years ago the bears heralding the arrival of AmazonFresh here in the UK and here we are today still awaiting their arrival. I'd put away the star and stripes because they won't be coming any time soon. What we do see are Ocado's expansion plans with the development of 2 further CFC's and maybe a 5th in the north west. It's no good denying that the UK grocery market is changing, the current model of the shopper going to the out of town superstore is dying on it's feet and now we have store closures and redundancies as I had predicted in some of my earlier posts. Anyways moving on to the future Ocado will build partnerships with other grocers globally offering them their e-commerce services for a fee as I've said then we can start to look at sales per head but in the right context.

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