Online UK grocery spending hits record in lockdown shopping spree Wed, 27th May 2020 08:00Thomson Reuters LONDON, May 27 (Reuters) - Britons spent a record 1.2 billion pounds ($1.5 billion) online buying groceries during a four week period in April and May as they shunned supermarket trips during the coronavirus lockdown, industry data showed on Wednesday.
Shares in Avacta Group ticker code: LON:AVCT has increased 6.34% or 11.6 points throughout today’s trading session so far. Buyers have stayed positive throughout the trading session. Range high for the period has seen 198.5 while the low for the session was 168.99. Volume total for shares traded during this period was 3,775,664 with the daily average at 10,126,128. The stock 52 week high is 198.5 which comes in at 15.5 points difference from the previous days close and putting the 52 week low at 13 making a difference of 170 points. Avacta Group now has a 20 moving average of 126.7 with a 50 day SMA of 73.61. The current market cap is £406.17m at the time of this report. The share price is in GBX. Mcap is measured in GBP. This article was written with the last trade for Avacta Group being recorded at Friday, May 22, 2020 at 12:23:01 PM GMT with the stock price trading at 194.6 GBX.