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littledove
#101 Posted : Tuesday, November 08, 2022 7:53:18 AM
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Ericsson wrote:
obiero wrote:
VituVingiSana wrote:
My 2 cents wrote:
Neither the EABL share nor the bond interest me. They are both expensive for what they offer and better deals can be found elsewhere. Fancy paying PE 30 for a low growth company? EABL is past its prime, in its hey day it was the Safaricom of the NSE. I have a few EABL shares that I bought for Kes144 per share in 2008!!!! Today at Kes 160 per share (13 years later) they have risen by 14.5% total ;)
192/- offered by EABL payable after 17 Feb 2023.

Massive share price gain today

Which has since died out.
February 2023 is a long time to sustain a rally

EABL traded at 150 yesterday, i think that a good buy
There are only two emotions in the stock market, fear and hope. The problem is, you hope when you should fear and fear when you should hope
the deal
#102 Posted : Wednesday, November 16, 2022 12:41:18 AM
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Good to see Wazua is still going strong despite the bear market...I have a new blog...read my thoughts on this Diageo EABL open tender offer here https://davismika.substa...reweries-limited-diageo

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VituVingiSana
#103 Posted : Thursday, November 17, 2022 9:40:41 PM
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Joined: 1/3/2007
Posts: 17,864
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littledove wrote:
Ericsson wrote:
obiero wrote:
VituVingiSana wrote:
My 2 cents wrote:
Neither the EABL share nor the bond interest me. They are both expensive for what they offer and better deals can be found elsewhere. Fancy paying PE 30 for a low growth company? EABL is past its prime, in its hey day it was the Safaricom of the NSE. I have a few EABL shares that I bought for Kes144 per share in 2008!!!! Today at Kes 160 per share (13 years later) they have risen by 14.5% total ;)
192/- offered by EABL payable after 17 Feb 2023.

Massive share price gain today

Which has since died out.
February 2023 is a long time to sustain a rally

EABL traded at 150 yesterday, i think that a good buy
Yes, but a few shares and then the price rose! Too bad I missed them. Still a good buy at 165
Greedy when others are fearful. Very fearful when others are greedy - to paraphrase Warren Buffett
Ericsson
#104 Posted : Saturday, November 19, 2022 7:08:47 AM
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Joined: 12/4/2009
Posts: 10,528
Location: NAIROBI
VituVingiSana wrote:
littledove wrote:
Ericsson wrote:
obiero wrote:
VituVingiSana wrote:
My 2 cents wrote:
Neither the EABL share nor the bond interest me. They are both expensive for what they offer and better deals can be found elsewhere. Fancy paying PE 30 for a low growth company? EABL is past its prime, in its hey day it was the Safaricom of the NSE. I have a few EABL shares that I bought for Kes144 per share in 2008!!!! Today at Kes 160 per share (13 years later) they have risen by 14.5% total ;)
192/- offered by EABL payable after 17 Feb 2023.

Massive share price gain today

Which has since died out.
February 2023 is a long time to sustain a rally

EABL traded at 150 yesterday, i think that a good buy
Yes, but a few shares and then the price rose! Too bad I missed them. Still a good buy at 165


It will soon fall back to those levels.
Wealth is built through a relatively simple equation
Wealth=Income + Investments - Lifestyle
xtina
#105 Posted : Tuesday, February 07, 2023 2:04:48 PM
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Posts: 369
EABL peeps, it is your time to eat. Are you planning to sell your shares? Why? Why not? What happens if people refuse to sell to Diageo?

Early bidders to get priority as Diageo buys EABL shares
TUESDAY FEBRUARY 07 2023

British multinational Diageo will give EABL shareholders who were on the brewer’s books by January 16 and early bidders the first priority in its plan to purchase an additional 14.97 percent stake in the local subsidiary.

The priority treatment will kick in if there is an oversubscription in the offer, which opened on Monday to run until March 17, with a pool of 47.5 million shares designated towards a guaranteed allocation of up to 10,000 shares for all bidders in the first phase of the sale.

In the second phase, which runs between February 27 and March 17, an additional 55 million shares will be used to satisfy bidders who missed out on their full allocation in the first phase, with the balance being to cover the remaining bids.

Diageo is buying an additional 118.4 million shares in EABL at a price of Sh192 per unit, with the offer open to all holders of unencumbered shares of the brewer.

“In the event that the tender offer is oversubscribed, and the guaranteed allocation pool is insufficient to satisfy each accepting shareholder’s first 10,000 ordinary shares, then preference to the guaranteed allocation pool will be given to shareholders appearing on the register on the record date, whether or not such shareholder is an early acceptance shareholder or a final acceptance shareholder,” said Diageo in the tender document.

EABL profit flat at Sh8.7bn as costs rise
“Of the remaining 70.89 million ordinary shares that are the subject of the tender offer, up to 55 million shares will be designated the 'early acceptance pool' to be allocated in priority to early acceptance shareholders.”

The move by the company to prioritise early bidders is meant to encourage uptake of the offer, and also reward existing shareholders who now stand the chance to make a significant capital gain on their stock.

The Sh192 offer price represents a premium of 39 percent on EABL’s share price of Sh138 on the last day of trading before Diageo disclosed its offer on October 14, 2022.

Read: Why Diageo is raising its EABL stake

In the subsequent three-and-a-half months, the share has appreciated in price to close at Sh177.25 on Monday.

“The early acceptance shareholders will enjoy the benefit of having their shares included in the larger pool allocated for the first closing, and should the tender offer be oversubscribed, be likely to be able to sell a greater proportion of their shares than those shareholders who only apply later before the second closing,” said Diageo.

Diageo added that those making offers to sell their shares will remain eligible for EABL’s interim dividend of Sh3.75 per share for the half year ended December, so long as they are on the brewer’s books by the register closure date of February 16.

This is because the settlement and transfer of the sold shares will be done in April.
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