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I am still more focused on a “hotly-debated Vegan Sausage Roll” than Greggs shares

Some good news and some less good news for easyJet (EZJ) today. Call me radical but I have booked an easyJet flight for later this year, which is a tiny bit of positive news for its finance team. The less good financial news is that the company is going to have to “offer new and existing cabin crew a £1,000 bonus at the end of the summer holiday season, as airlines battle to retain and recruit staff”. Frankly though, a bit like any company, if it doesn’t have happy and motivated staff it will ultimately struggle. I remain a fan despite a lower share price this morning. And what about Greggs (GRG), which published a trading update this morning? After all a couple of months ago I asked the question “At what share price will I want more than just a vegan sausage roll from Greggs?”...

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At what share price will I want more than just a vegan sausage roll from Greggs?

I am sure many people have almost given up on picking stocks and related investment efforts but - as I noted here on Sunday - if you are not being greedy about looking for investment opportunities when the global markets are fearful, then let an investment company mention your pension and go to bed. As for individual stocks though, there are plenty of interesting things happening today...

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This Bakery King is Spreading Fast and the Share Price May Soon Be Cooking on Gas

Hello, Share Tasters. My happy family are all veggies. My three kids in their late twenties have never tasted meat or fish. So we were delighted by the success of the meat-free sausage rolls by Greggs (GRG). And we buy a lot of them. We also like the efficient, modern, bright and breezy way it runs its bakeries. And reckon a lot of other folks feel the same.

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Hello an excitable rest of 2021, 2022 and beyond – re. ScS and Greggs

As a famous Led Zeppelin song once observed: “if it keeps on rainin', levee's goin' to break”. Such is life in a world of higher government debt levels and (in many cases) excitable equity valuations and exceptionally low bond yields. That is not a combination which continues, in other words you have to keep very active with your stock selection (and general investment allocation). I am certainly confused about some of today’s results from the UK market.

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Greggs – has impact of pent-up demand for retail reduced?...

With its more than 2,000 outlets, food-on-the-go retailer Greggs (GRG) has updated including “in recent weeks the impact of pent-up demand for retail has reduced”. The shares have through currently responded further higher towards 2600p, so what’s going on?...

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