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|Took a few more today !|
|Share price heading back to 120p to give a yield of about 5%?|
|And again today :-)|
|Yep, ticking up nicely, including the xd.|
|Buyers pushing the share price in the right direction :-)|
|Gervais Williams is a fan...
|Simon Thompson has tipped these today with 155-160 target
|Yes I think you're right CWA1. If there were any doubts yesterday should have quelled them, I can't see them shooting much further at this stage but prospects good in my view. For those who didn't see the webinar:-
- FY divi 6p virtually a certainty
- Hedging in place for YE 2018
- Possible market share increase with consumer spending squeeze
- Europe expansion prospect exciting I thought and unexpected
- Level playing field with competitors re necessary price increases
- Diverse raw material sourcing
- Diverse customer base
- Very on the ball and open management, really important this one
- Great sector unless we all stop using the loo, getting colds and spilling stuff
- CEO plans to increase holding
Main points from memory.
Wouldn't surprise me if ST updates, he has covered them a couple of times.|
|Frothy stuff, wonder if it is just recognition of decent results a bit delayed?|
|I too was was well impressed melody, a nice move up on the back of it this morning :-)|
|Excellent start from this one, long may it continue!|
|Another handy rise at the open. Lets see if it holds.|
|Ditto that melody, I put 5 questions in and all answered either in the presentation or after, nothing ducked incl the last one about holdings:)
I wish more boards were as plain spoken and on the ball. Well worth the time.|
|Yes very positive.|
|Just off the webinar and I have to say I was impressed with our CEO Stephen Crossley. He had a great grasp of the business and market place and gave me confidence that I have placed my funds wisely. Its a comfortable hold for me now and add on weakness.
The last comment was that Stephen will look to increase his own holding when he is able to so do - I look forward to seeing the RNS in due course.|
|Yes paleje I also thought PS was unduly negative, let's see how it plays out :-)
A nice divi for holders too
This interim dividend will be paid on 3 February 2017 to Members of the Register at the close of business on 13 January 2017. The shares will become ex-dividend on 12 January 2017.|
|Thanks BB2 but I'm not sure PS has got it right here; he seems to be leaning on his notes from last year for instance the hedging finishing in April. But the company has has extended that (we don't know terms) and as for the anticipated prices increases, which they have acknowledged, it will be a level playing field with all suppliers affected so I don't see why Lidl (which PS cites) should be particularly resistant to a small increase when Aldi and their other competitors are getting the same.
It's interesting that in an increasingly price conscious market they anticipate bigger demand for their products (B&M results would tend to suggest that's happening). Also they're looking at expansion opportunities including Europe which is interesting....where fx could be a positive. Some questions for their webinar this afternoon.|
|I'm not a subscriber so can't read his article but he's entitled to his opinion, bb2, as you are to yours. Time, as ever, will show which is the correct view.|
|Paul Scott not so keen in his daily round up last night.|
|keyno. Thanks. Lets hope its not a bum investment.
Looks promising to me - with a good prospective yield.|
|Nice to see you here broadwood. Just saw your mention of ACRL on the Lloyds thread.|
|Not much not to like.
|Liked these interims and took some on the dip this morning,,,,DYOR
We remain committed to enhancing shareholder value and to the progressive dividend policy discussed at flotation. The Board is pleased to declare an interim dividend of 2p per ordinary share. This interim dividend will be paid on 3 February 2017 to Members of the Register at the close of business on 13 January 2017. The shares will become ex-dividend on 12 January 2017. We remain committed to paying a total dividend which will deliver a strong 6% yield (based on the IPO placing price of 100p per share) for the financial year ending 30 April 2017.
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"Potential earnings and dividend growth over the new few years should benefit from operational gearing, with spare capacity ready to meet demand from discounters and multiples. That highlights competitive positioning and an undemanding valuation considering the prospective yield of 4.8% this year, strategic positioning and 8.1x PER for FY16/17."|
|ED have a note out this morning, positive as you'd expect, there's a webinar tomorrow afternoon and details of how to access and send questions for the CEO.