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Greene King

Current Price 849.00p Bid 849.00p Ask 854.00p Change 0.00%
Last Updated: 19/09/2021 13:12. Prices delayed by at least 15 minutes.
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Company Overview

Founded in 1799, Greene King operates managed and tenanted public houses and is responsible for brewing popular beers such as Abbot Ale, IPA, Old Speckled Hen and Ruddles County.

Key Personnel

Mr Philip Yea
Chairman
Mr Nick Mackenzie
Chief Executive Officer
Mr Gordon Fryett
Non-Executive Director
Mr Michael Andrew Coupe
Non-Executive Director
Mr Richard Smothers
Non-Executive Director
Mrs Sandra Turner
Non-Executive Director
Ms Lynne Weedall
Non-Executive Director
Mr Rob Rowley
Senior Independent Director

Stock Details

EPIC
GNKL
ISIN
GB00B0HZP136
Shares in Issue
308.91m
Market cap
£2,622.61m

Price Summary

Mid Price
849.00p
Bid Price
849.00p
Ask Price
854.00p
Volume
0
Change Today
0.00p
% Change Today
0.00%
Open
849.00p
Previous Close
849.00p
Intraday High
849.00p
Intraday Low
849.00p
52 Week High
849.00p
52 Week Low
849.00p
52 week high and low figures quoted above are calculated from intraday price data.

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