Coca-Cola Amatil (CCL)
Coca-Cola Amatil Ltd. engages in the production and sale of carbonated soft drinks, spring water, sports and energy drinks, fruit juice, flavored milk, coffee, and packaged ready-to-eat fruit and vegetable snacks and products. It operates through the following segments: Corporate, Food & Services and Alcohol & Coffee Beverages. The Alcohol & Coffee Beverages segment manufactures and distributes premium spirits and beers. The Corporate, Food & Services segment processes and markets fruit and other food products, and provides certain support services to the Group and third party customers. The company was founded in 1904 and is headquartered in North Sydney, Australia.
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Thursday, March 13, 2014
With the valuations of ASX-listed companies looking increasingly stretched, it’s more important than ever to use Skaffold’s filters to flag which stocks to avoid in 2014. The filters built into Skaffold stock research software help to remove stocks from your radar that aren’t regarded as investment grade – which by Skaffold’s measure is limited to stocks with an A1, A2 or B1 and B2 rating of balance sheet quality and business performance.
Removing ratings that don’t make the grade culls the stocks you should be seriously looking at down to around 160, which is only 10% of the 1,770 ASX-listed entities rated and evaluated by Skaffold’s automated algorithms.
Remember, even good stocks can and do lose their investment grade status for a myriad reasons, which surface following the release of interim and full year results.
Friday, February 21, 2014
We have just finished the third week of the first reporting season of 2014 and this week has seen a few companies joining Skaffold’s prized A1 club.
Friday, August 23, 2013
The latest round of companies to update in Skaffold include BHP Billiton (BHP), QBE Insurance (QBE), Coca-Cola Amatil (CCL), Sonic Healthcare (SHL), BlueScope Steel (BSL), Breville Group (BRG) and BigAir Group (BGL).
Did you know that you can receive an email each morning letting you know when companies update in Skaffold. Its what we use to uncover new top quality opportunities every day.
Tuesday, July 02, 2013
The Australian dollar dipped below US92¢ on June 24 – its lowest point since September 2010 – and mounting projections that it could fall to around US85¢ within two years heralds mixed blessings for stocks on either side of the currency divide.
So if you subscribe to the view that a falling Australian dollar is (among other things) the inevitable by-product of waning foreign investor appetite for $A assets, you also need to ask what this means for the stocks you currently own, and how you can profit from it.
The correlation between the Australian dollar and share price movements – and interest rates, for that matter – has declined somewhat in recent years. Nevertheless, when it comes to identifying the most likely winners and losers within a falling Australian dollar environment, there are some useful guiding principles that you as an investor should understand.
Wednesday, October 24, 2012
Today when you login to Skaffold, navigate to the Skaffold Score Evaluate screen for AMP Limited, Coca-Cola Amatil, Westfield, Rio Tinto or Westpac (they’re just a few companies whose Skaffold Score changed last night). You’ll notice the 2012 columns look a little different. Skaffold’s interim Scores ensure you have access to the latest reported financial information for every company. Skaffold’s Scores are based on past reported results and do not take into consideration future value forecasts. The Scores are completely objective and manufactured independently of human intervention and personal opinion. Continue reading the see a summary of the companies that reported at 30 June and their resulting interim Skaffold Scores.
Monday, October 15, 2012
Next week we’ll release a major upgrade to Skaffold – interim Skaffold Scores. Interim Skaffold Scores will ensure you have access to the latest reported financial information for every ASX-listed company, and very soon some of the largest listed stocks globally.