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|ted32: kooba...must admit I was a bit taken back by the aqualia contract only days after the delisting.
It surely must have made a positive impact on the share price if the co had not delisted.
Applied for share certificate so perhaps not all is lost.|
|8 ball: Results show good growth, increased dividend also.
We could well see the share price touch £3, before the full year results.|
|erogenous jones: Don't forget that May - July were not exactly warm this year. Any excuse which directors can give for poor sales........ The brewing sectors in common with the Property sector generally values land and buildings at a discount - often 25-50%. Is there advantage in valuing these any higher? It won't necessarily affect the share price for the company since this is decided upon by investors opinion for the prospects that the company in the future.
I would be inclined to hold as a defensive stock as I am not convinced that the FTSE will not test 3600 again. The divi is reasonable.|
|skyship: Anticipating that the 220p resistance level from earlier this year will prove to be the new support level, I've bought back into this secure yield and asset play @ 222.75p. The interims are due next month and should provide a bit of back-bone to the share price. A good buy for anyone taking tentative steps back into the market.|
|8 ball: Burtonwood buys and sells
Burtonwood, the acquisitive brewing company, has witnessed some comings and goings in recent days with one director buying for his pension fund and another director selling shares to a colleague, writes Graeme Davies.
First Bill Cran, a recently appointed non-executive director, stepped into the market and bought 23,738 shares at 260.5p yesterday, paying out £61,900 in the process. This gives him his first 0.11% of the £55.2 million company (BWB) .
Meanwhile, at the end of last week chairman Richard Gilchrist bought 15,000 shares from non-executive director Richard Dutton-Forshaw at a price of 260p per share, paying him £39,000 for his troubles. This boosts his holding in the company to 2.02 million shares or 9.48%. Dutton-Forshaw's holding is reduced to 507,300 shares or 2.38%.
The news of directors dealings seems to have excited investors who marked the share price up by 5p on Wednesday to 265.5p, unchanged today, its highest price for five years. This represents a solid recovery from a low of 209p in February.
Last week Burtonwood announced the £16.9 million acquisition of 94 properties in Delaware USA from JER, a company from whom it had previously rented the properties. This news came just days after the company announced a 9.3% rise in pre-tax profits to £7.9 million from a 2.7% rise in sales.|
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