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Should I Buy LON:CCEP Stock? (20% Forecasted Return)



Given that we exclude proposed "best efforts" or potential financings as a source of liquidity, we also exclude from uses of liquidity acquisitions and other discretionary spending that are contingent on the successful issuance of new financing to support the proposed transaction.For companies that engage in reverse factoring--where accounts payable (AP) days are extended beyond the term customary for the industry and supply chain--we assess the likelihood and potential impact on liquidity of these arrangements ceasing to exist. In such a scenario, a company could be subject to material working capital outflows if AP days with its suppliers revert back to industry norms. Accordingly, we exclude these arrangements from sources of liquidity.When evaluating uses of liquidity, we include all debt maturities over the liquidity horizon that are either recourse to the company, or nonrecourse that we believe the company will support even in times of stress. In cases where the debt includes a put option held by debtholders, we will consider the date of the put option the effective debt maturity--i.e., we will assume the debt will need to be repaid/refinanced on the day the put can be first exercised. We estimate CCEP COCA-COLA EUROPEAN PARTNERS PLC stock forecast parameters by: Volume + Moving Average with Chi-Square because of no indications exist that private equity, management, or shareholders may reduce or prevent the maintenance of capital (20% Forecasted Return)

LON:CCEP Price Targets, Stock Forecast (Buy or Sell) as of 12 Jun 2022 for (n+8 weeks)

Stock: CCEP COCA-COLA EUROPEAN PARTNERS PLC

Time series to forecast n: 12 Jun 2022 for (n+8 weeks)

x axis:Likelihood %
y axis:Potential Impact %
z axis:Color (yellow to green) Technical Analysis %


Frequently Asked QuestionsQ: Is LON:CCEP buy or sell?
A: Given that we exclude proposed "best efforts" or potential financings as a source of liquidity, we also exclude from uses of liquidity acquisitions and other discretionary spending that are contingent on the successful issuance of new financing to support the proposed transaction.
Q: Is LON:CCEP expected to go up?
A: For companies that engage in reverse factoring--where accounts payable (AP) days are extended beyond the term customary for the industry and supply chain--we assess the likelihood and potential impact on liquidity of these arrangements ceasing to exist. In such a scenario, a company could be subject to material working capital outflows if AP days with its suppliers revert back to industry norms. Accordingly, we exclude these arrangements from sources of liquidity.
Q: Do analysts recommend investors buy shares of CCEP COCA-COLA EUROPEAN PARTNERS PLC ?
A: When evaluating uses of liquidity, we include all debt maturities over the liquidity horizon that are either recourse to the company, or nonrecourse that we believe the company will support even in times of stress. In cases where the debt includes a put option held by debtholders, we will consider the date of the put option the effective debt maturity--i.e., we will assume the debt will need to be repaid/refinanced on the day the put can be first exercised.
Q: What is the the stock symbol of CCEP COCA-COLA EUROPEAN PARTNERS PLC ?
A: LON:CCEP
Q: What are the risks of investing LON:CCEP ?
A: We use risk analysis for LON:CCEP because of no indications exist that private equity, management, or shareholders may reduce or prevent the maintenance of capital


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