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Share Name Share Symbol Market Type Share ISIN Share Description
Anglo-Eastern LSE:AEP London Ordinary Share GB0000365774 ORD 25P
  Price Change % Change Share Price Bid Price Offer Price High Price Low Price Open Price Shares Traded Last Trade
  +0.375p +0.09% 416.125p 414.00p 418.25p 424.75p 414.00p 418.50p 5,562 16:35:19
Industry Sector Turnover (m) Profit (m) EPS - Basic PE Ratio Market Cap (m)
Food Producers 133.3 -12.9 -25.5 - 164.33

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DateSubjectAuthorDiscuss
18/7/2016
11:39
finnCap update: "With a moderate to strong El Nino currently in the region there is likely to be some impact on 2016 yields, while the CPO price remains very weak." Https://www.research-tree.com/Company/GB0000365774
jambo192
08/12/2015
14:10
Agree, they have a well-invested estate of 70,000 producing hectares - and lots of spare acreage still to plant, and cash in the bank. I heard an interview with the CEO of another palm oil producer, who pointed out that whilst there has been a drop in demand for bio-diesel (which anyway is only about 10% of the palm oil market), the demand for palm oil for food is still increasing with rising population and living standards.
lobby ludd
08/12/2015
13:48
Solid balance sheet.They look cheap on a net tangible assets value basis.The yield is low - perhaps the market has fallen out of love with palm oil and rubber overseas assets.
shakyhands
08/12/2015
12:47
Quite a drop here recently, compared with other Palm Oilers, RE. and MPE. Any thoughts ?
lobby ludd
24/5/2015
20:20
No worries.
hvs
31/12/2014
01:08
hxxp://www.platts.com/latest-news/agriculture/london/palm-oils-golden-age-over-on-poor-demand-low-27973998 Platts says trouble ahead for the next 3-5 years. Could me a buying opportunity for the very patient..... Lets see if planting slows down. Any idea what earnings will look like if prices remain at this level?
paperwerks
23/12/2014
20:56
Yes, difficult to turn the production tap off, palm oil demand is elastic, supply isn't. And, I would suspect when replanting takes place (what with advances in plant genetics) it is with higher yielding varieties - thus more oil from the same acreage. On the other hand...a quick google of 'palm oil consumption', shows plenty of graphs with ever increasing demand; spurred on by economic growth and rising population (the 3 biggest consumers, China,India,Indonesia. And, as people move from being poor to being richer - the world over - they stop boiling food and start cooking with oil.
lobby ludd
20/12/2014
14:37
Hey Lobby, Thanks for that explanation. This pricing issue should then resolve itself when the other oils return to more normal pricing then. Unfortunately, I added more just after the 1st half results were released. The other issue that keeps me from making this a big position for me is that all the public palm oil compnaies have been rapidly growing production year after year with no end in sight. At some point I am worried they will overplant and palm oil will be in surplus. But the big problem is that even at that point if all the companies stop all planting then supplies will still keep on increasing for many years as trees mature. So, a glut ( if it comes) could last a very long time. Sort of like Iron Ore but not crude oil which can adjust quickly due to rapid depletion of existing wells. Do you see this as a possible/large investment risk?
paperwerks
12/12/2014
15:19
apologies....computer glitch.
lobby ludd
12/12/2014
15:18
No, but because the CPO price is at a 3 year low. Between $800 and $1000 for the whole of 2013 and first half of 2014; now $675. The result of excellent 2014 harvests of soya and sunflower oil, palm's major substitutes. Only 5% of palm oil production is used in energy; 70% food, 25% consumer products.
lobby ludd
12/12/2014
15:18
No, but because the CPO price is at a 3 year low. Between $800 and $1000 for the whole of 2013 and first half of 2014; now $675. The result of excellent 2014 harvests of soya and sunflower oil, palm's major substitutes. Only 5% of palm oil production is used in energy; 70% food, 25% consumer products.
lobby ludd
12/12/2014
15:18
No, but because the CPO price is at a 3 year low. Between $800 and $1000 for the whole of 2013 and first half of 2014; now $675. The result of excellent 2014 harvests of soya and sunflower oil, palm's major substitutes. Only 5% of palm oil production is used in energy; 70% food, 25% consumer products.
lobby ludd
12/12/2014
10:53
Well it broke through support. Now what? Are they selling because they think palm oil demand for biodeisel will decline due to substitution by the newly cheap crude oil?
paperwerks
10/12/2014
18:01
Crucial area, sitting on what should be very strong long term support. Make or break time..
traderabc
02/12/2014
10:48
hmmm.. If you look at the chart above it looks like it's approaching buy territory, however if you look at this one it's not quite as appealing. http://tinyurl.com/klcofph
traderabc
14/8/2014
14:18
Mmmm....CPO $765 very close to a 3 year Low $750).
lobby ludd
04/7/2014
15:00
Minimal risk I feel. They have made a lot of progress last few years and labour still very cheap compared to neighbours.
hvs
28/5/2014
23:25
what about Indonesia risk? How do you price that in?
trytotakeiteasy
28/5/2014
15:30
They are very undervalued given the acreage and cash poistion.
hvs
28/5/2014
15:25
lobby ludd - no idea but look at the last full year results. I think AEP's interim management statement was pretty good. Should see a big profits rebound this year.
trytotakeiteasy
22/5/2014
20:43
CPO remains in a $850 - $900 band. So what has driven AEP share price to cconsistent high's above 700p. Probably the rocketing price of CPKO, up 58% y-o-y. This is caused by surging prices for Coconut oil, for which CPKO is the best substitute. Last year's typhoon devasted the coconut harvest of the major producer the Philippines. Now drought has reduced the Indian (2nd biggest producer)harvest by 50%, such that Indian wholesalers are diluting coconut oil with CPKO. Does anyone know what proportion of AEP's turnover is CPKO ? And, why they don't produce the stuff themselves rather than selling the kernals to third parties.
lobby ludd
22/5/2014
20:43
CPO remains in a $850 - $900 band. So what has driven AEP share price to cconsistent high's above 700p. Probably the rocketing price of CPKO, up 58% y-o-y. This is caused by surging prices for Coconut oil, for which CPKO is the best substitute. Last year's typhoon devasted the coconut harvest of the major producer the Philippines. Now drought has reduced the Indian (2nd biggest producer)harvest by 50%, such that Indian wholesalers are diluting coconut oil with CPKO. Does anyone know what proportion of AEP's turnover is CPKO ? And, why they don't produce the stuff themselves rather than selling the kernals to third parties.
lobby ludd
16/4/2014
10:54
seems to be marking time here.... but palm oil prices strengthening and profits should increase this year..
trytotakeiteasy
08/4/2014
09:15
Finals out today.
lobby ludd
09/12/2013
14:24
This can only go higher. Vast landbank. Vast Cash position and generating more. Fantastic management. And palm oil can only go up . The value is not reflected in share price as shares tightly held. But sooner or later it wil POP.
hvs
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