Share Name Share Symbol Market Type Share ISIN Share Description
Asian Citrus LSE:ACHL London Ordinary Share BMG0620W2019 ORD HKD0.01
  Price Change % Change Share Price Bid Price Offer Price High Price Low Price Open Price Shares Traded Last Trade
  +0.00p +0.00% 5.375p 5.00p 5.75p 5.375p 5.375p 5.375p 0 07:55:56
Industry Sector Turnover (m) Profit (m) EPS - Basic PE Ratio Market Cap (m)
Food Producers 11,972.6 -17,296.7 -13.9 - 67.17

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Date Time Title Posts
25/8/201620:52Asian Citrus Holdings Ltd - AIM and HKEx4,390
09/6/201513:41*** Asian Citrus ***6
30/1/201518:10Asian Citrus (ACHL) - possible bottom fish opportunity10
13/6/201122:01achl - so what's the problem?4
07/3/201105:42Asian Citrus Holdings Ltd - New to AIM2,185

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26/9/2016
09:20
Asian Citrus Daily Update: Asian Citrus is listed in the Food Producers sector of the London Stock Exchange with ticker ACHL. The last closing price for Asian Citrus was 5.38p.
Asian Citrus has a 4 week average price of 5.50p and a 12 week average price of 6.08p.
The 1 year high share price is 9.13p while the 1 year low share price is currently 3.38p.
There are currently 1,249,637,884 shares in issue and the average daily traded volume is 160,182 shares. The market capitalisation of Asian Citrus is £67,168,036.27.
27/1/2016
17:57
liquid millionaire: Yeah yeah but now the share price is rising! Wonder why?!?!?
13/1/2016
08:57
zangdook: If you want to read this thread back to 2011 you'll find discussion. I think the company put out a rebuttal too. Edit: Was it this or was this something else? http://uk.advfn.com/stock-market/london/asian-citrus-ACHL/share-news/Response-to-press-article/51296631
13/10/2015
12:38
taffer87: In that case we should all know they raised a lot of money at much higher share price than the original placing price of 11.2p. And then didn't even use the money for the acquisition it was meant for. Think the funds raised were at 70-80p range (after the stock split). So a massive amount of value has been lost - not 22%.
17/8/2015
23:03
rupe1958: From the Overstone Global ex-US Fund July newsletter. Nothing we don't know, but perhaps of interest to ACHL-followers. The Chinese company in the portfolio is Asian Citrus, the largest producer of oranges in China, and, as we have written recently, a victim of a variety of mishaps, principally disease in its plantations which is necessitating large-scale replanting, and typhoon damage. Despite the share price fall of 28% in the month the shares have risen by nearly a third in the year to date, supported by the cash position which is more than the market capitalisation of the company. The recent share price fall reflects the general new malaise in the Chinese market, possibly unfairly though it is disconcerting that the founder has recently sold the majority of his holding - less disconcerting that the buyer is the current chief executive.
08/7/2015
10:19
varies: Rainmaker Thank you very much for warning us of these typhoons. I must confess that I knew nothing of them and supposed that the accelerating fall in ACHL's share price was related to the much reported fall in the Shanghai stock market. These typhoons do shake my conviction that all will come right for ACHL in a couple of years but I shall hold onto my shares in the spirit of Mr.Micawber and hope for the best.
13/6/2015
11:29
varies: rjmahan Consider what the profits might have been in 2014 if we had been spared the worst typhoons for 40 years, the cankers and other recent misfortunes. All this damage will be very expensive to repair but ACHL has enough cash to cover these expenses many times over and it seems reasonable to expect that the damaged plantations will produce as much in 3 years time as they did before the disasters occurred. There is also a new plantation coming into production soon. So my hope is that profits for 2017 will exceed those for our last good year (was this 2012 ?) and the share price will recover to the level seen then ! It may be, of course, that climate change will have a permanent effect on orange production in China. Let us hope not.
15/5/2015
10:38
varies: Morro I had some shares in Tinci Holdings, bought many years ago at c.80p, which fell all the way to 4p. The Chinese directors, owning some 70% of the capital, made an offer out of the blue at 20p a couple of months ago putting small shareholders like myself out of our misery. It is certainly possible that something similar may happen here but I think a more likely reason for the recovery from 6p to 10p in our share price is that the Chinese have tired of the bad news and are looking, as I am, a couple of years ahead. The new plantation should be in production then and the present woes behind us. Had it not been for the typhoon and the canker, ACHL would now be producing profits and paying dividends that would justify a much higher share price. The damage suffered is indeed substantial and has set us back several years but the business is essentially sound.
25/4/2015
14:42
varies: Hereford I bought my first shares at 12p (120p before the scrip) and the share price did not look excessive even at 85p when all seemed to going well : good crops and good dividends. Growing oranges for the Chinese seemed to me (in my innocence)as safe and predictable a business as one could find and I have over many years done very well out of palm oil plantations. The production cycle of an orange tree is predictable, barring a catastrophe, and ACHL has been exceptionally unlucky. I remember as a young man having a large bet on a wonderful two year old called Double Jump who was winning his race easily when he collapsed a furlong from home having burst a blood vessel ! This is a rare occurrence in horse-racing and so are typhoons on the scale ACHL suffered from last year. Even if HLB affected half the trees at Xinfeng rather than 18%, there would still still be a great many left and, of course, all the trees in the other two plantations. Given normal conditions there should be excellent harvests from 2017 onwards. It may be, of course, that climate change will eliminate the production of oranges in China and, perhaps, Florida too. So would a few nuclear bombs but one needs a little hope to invest in anything.
02/1/2015
20:01
rainmaker: free stock charts from uk.advfn.com If some readers out there are rather sceptical that ACHL can deliver multi bagging returns in the next few years then check out their long term chart and note that in 2005 the share price rose from some 9p to 34p in a two and a half year timeframe. Then look at 2008 when the share price rose 9 fold from approximately levels of 9p, slightly above current levels, to 90p in a two year period.It may not look very likely at the moment but it has happened before and it can happen again. Furthermore it won't mean the Company negotiating a series of incredibly difficult 12 foot hurdles but merely just stepping over a series of two foot hurdles as they continue to run their business. From my perspective,the whole point of the Stockmarket is to allow intelligent Investors the golden opportunity of buying stakes, in perfectly good or even great Companies at levels substantially discounted from their true worth and at levels far lower than would be available to them as buyers in the private market. Moreover it is the whole raison d'etre for Investors is to make reasonable assumptions and to use them to take intelligent risks and to be able to understand and quantify those risks.Furthermore it is inherent upon the Investor to use the solid bedrock of known facts and definite prospects on which to build his case rather than conjecture about things that cannot be known.We know there is a full constructed third plantation at Hunan, so we can reasonably include this as a positive factor that will increase production and also reasonably conclude that it will also substantially reduce Group risk of a poor harvest at one plantation. I have absolutely no idea of weather patterns or what the growing conditions for Citrus Fruits in China will be this year or next or what ACHL's fruit production will be. However it is a resonable assumption to make that this year's results are not representative of the long term earnings power of the business and that in time, they will return to more typical levels and the Company will once again be profitable and return to paying a dividend. If the Company has another bad year then what happens to the share price? Well,thanks to great margins and stable prices on their produce and net cash of roughly twice their total operating expense, then I would suggest very little. I suppose its a high uncertainty/ low risk situation-heads I make substantial gains,tails I don't really lose....then of course there is always next year. AIMHO, DYOR regards
31/10/2012
23:26
jeffian: Really? 19 Jul 2012 10:00 am RNS Asian Citrus Hldgs (ACHL) Share Repurchase 18 Jul 2012 10:00 am RNS Asian Citrus Hldgs (ACHL) Share Repurchase 17 Jul 2012 10:00 am RNS Asian Citrus Hldgs (ACHL) Share Repurchase 16 Jul 2012 10:30 am RNS Asian Citrus Hldgs (ACHL) Share Repurchase 13 Jul 2012 10:00 am RNS Asian Citrus Hldgs (ACHL) Share Repurchase 12 Jul 2012 10:00 am RNS Asian Citrus Hldgs (ACHL) Share Repurchase 11 Jul 2012 10:00 am RNS Asian Citrus Hldgs (ACHL) Share Repurchase 10 Jul 2012 10:00 am RNS Asian Citrus Hldgs (ACHL) Share Repurchase 09 Jul 2012 10:00 am RNS Asian Citrus Hldgs (ACHL) Share Repurchase 05 Jul 2012 10:00 am RNS Asian Citrus Hldgs (ACHL) Share Repurchase 04 Jul 2012 10:00 am RNS Asian Citrus Hldgs (ACHL) Share Repurchase 29 Jun 2012 10:00 am RNS Asian Citrus Hldgs (ACHL) SHARE REPURCHASE 28 Jun 2012 10:00 am RNS Asian Citrus Hldgs (ACHL) Share Repurchase 27 Jun 2012 10:00 am RNS Asian Citrus Hldgs (ACHL) Share Repurchase 26 Jun 2012 10:00 am RNS Asian Citrus Hldgs (ACHL) Share Repurchase 22 Jun 2012 10:00 am RNS Asian Citrus Hldgs (ACHL) Share Repurchase 21 Jun 2012 10:00 am RNS Asian Citrus Hldgs (ACHL) Summer Orange Harvest 20 Jun 2012 10:10 am RNS Asian Citrus Hldgs (ACHL) Share Repurchase 18 Jun 2012 10:00 am RNS Asian Citrus Hldgs (ACHL) Share Repurchase 15 Jun 2012 10:00 am RNS Asian Citrus Hldgs (ACHL) Share Repurchase 14 Jun 2012 10:00 am RNS Asian Citrus Hldgs (ACHL) Share Repurchase 13 Jun 2012 10:00 am RNS Asian Citrus Hldgs (ACHL) Share Repurchase 12 Jun 2012 10:00 am RNS Asian Citrus Hldgs (ACHL) Share Repurchase 11 Jun 2012 10:00 am RNS Asian Citrus Hldgs (ACHL) Share Repurchase 08 Jun 2012 10:00 am RNS Asian Citrus Hldgs (ACHL) Share Repurchase 06 Jun 2012 10:00 am RNS Asian Citrus Hldgs (ACHL) Share Repurchase 8:35 am RNS Asian Citrus Hldgs (ACHL) Share Repurchase 01 Jun 2012 10:00 am RNS Asian Citrus Hldgs (ACHL) Share Repurchase 31 May 2012 10:00 am RNS Asian Citrus Hldgs (ACHL) Share Repurchase 30 May 2012 10:00 am RNS Asian Citrus Hldgs (ACHL) Share Repurchase 29 May 2012 9:52 am RNS Asian Citrus Hldgs (ACHL) Share Repurchase 28 May 2012 10:05 am RNS Asian Citrus Hldgs (ACHL) Share Repurchase 23 May 2012 10:00 am RNS Asian Citrus Hldgs (ACHL) Share Repurchase 22 May 2012 10:00 am RNS Asian Citrus Hldgs (ACHL) Share Repurchase 18 May 2012 10:00 am RNS Asian Citrus Hldgs (ACHL) Share Repurchase 17 May 2012 10:00 am RNS Asian Citrus Hldgs (ACHL) Share Repurchase 16 May 2012 10:00 am RNS Asian Citrus Hldgs (ACHL) Share Repurchase 15 May 2012 10:00 am RNS Asian Citrus Hldgs (ACHL) Share Repurchase 14 May 2012 10:00 am RNS Asian Citrus Hldgs (ACHL) Share Repurchase 11 May 2012 10:00 am RNS Asian Citrus Hldgs (ACHL) Share Repurchase 10 May 2012 10:00 am RNS Asian Citrus Hldgs (ACHL) Share Repurchase 09 May 2012 10:00 am RNS Asian Citrus Hldgs (ACHL) Share Repurchase 08 May 2012 9:00 am RNS Asian Citrus Hldgs (ACHL) Share Repurchase 04 May 2012 10:45 am RNS Asian Citrus Hldgs (ACHL) Share Repurchase 03 May 2012 10:00 am RNS Asian Citrus Hldgs (ACHL) Share Repurchase 02 May 2012 10:00 am RNS Asian Citrus Hldgs (ACHL) Share Repurchase 30 Apr 2012 10:00 am RNS Asian Citrus Hldgs (ACHL) Share Repurchase 27 Apr 2012 10:00 am RNS Asian Citrus Hldgs (ACHL) Share Repurchase 26 Apr 2012 10:00 am RNS Asian Citrus Hldgs (ACHL) Share Repurchase 25 Apr 2012 10:00 am RNS Asian Citrus Hldgs (ACHL) Share Repurchase 24 Apr 2012 10:00 am RNS Asian Citrus Hldgs (ACHL) Share Repurchase 23 Apr 2012 10:00 am RNS Asian Citrus Hldgs (ACHL) Share Repurchase 20 Apr 2012 10:00 am RNS Asian Citrus Hldgs (ACHL) Share Repurchase 19 Apr 2012 10:00 am RNS Asian Citrus Hldgs (ACHL) Share Repurchase 18 Apr 2012 10:00 am RNS Asian Citrus Hldgs (ACHL) Share Repurchase 17 Apr 2012 10:00 am RNS Asian Citrus Hldgs (ACHL) Share Repurchase 16 Apr 2012 10:00 am RNS Asian Citrus Hldgs (ACHL) Share Repurchase 11 Apr 2012 9:40 am RNS Asian Citrus Hldgs (ACHL) Share Repurchase 30 Mar 2012 10:00 am RNS Asian Citrus Hldgs (ACHL) Share Repurchase 29 Mar 2012 10:00 am RNS Asian Citrus Hldgs (ACHL) Share Repurchase 27 Mar 2012 10:00 am RNS Asian Citrus Hldgs (ACHL) Share Repurchase 23 Mar 2012 9:30 am RNS Asian Citrus Hldgs (ACHL) Share Repurchase 16 Mar 2012 9:00 am RNS Asian Citrus Hldgs (ACHL) Share Repurchase 15 Mar 2012 9:00 am RNS Asian Citrus Hldgs (ACHL) Share Repurchase 8:30 am RNS Asian Citrus Hldgs (ACHL) Share Repurchase 8:30 am RNS Asian Citrus Hldgs (ACHL) Share Repurchase 01 Mar 2012 9:10 am RNS Asian Citrus Hldgs (ACHL) Share repurchase 28 Feb 2012 9:25 am RNS Asian Citrus Hldgs (ACHL) Share repurchase 27 Feb 2012 9:16 am RNS Asian Citrus Hldgs (ACHL) Share repurchase 24 Feb 2012 7:00 am RNS
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