Share Name Share Symbol Market Type Share ISIN Share Description
FishWorks LSE:FSH London Ordinary Share GB0009588533 ORD 1P
  Price Change % Change Share Price Bid Price Offer Price High Price Low Price Open Price Shares Traded Last Trade
  +0.00p +0.00% 1.625p 0.00p 0.00p - - - 0.00 05:00:10
Industry Sector Turnover (m) Profit (m) EPS - Basic PE Ratio Market Cap (m)
Food Producers - - - - 1.60

FishWorks Share Discussion Threads

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DateSubjectAuthorDiscuss
21/1/2009
07:39
Time for the last catch of puns. After which there will be no fish left in the sea.
orange1
08/1/2009
08:02
Davy Jones locker takes another one
westcoastrich
07/1/2009
19:47
hook - line - & sinker
pictureframe
07/1/2009
18:20
Hi TOB - yes, Howard de Walden have done a good job with the new(ish) Moxon Street food retailers and generally around the high street. Blagdens had managed to persuade the family to stay in the business (they probably weren't much good at stockbroking!), survived Waitrose opening down the road and the congestion charge, but Fishworks finished them off. As you suggest, reopening something similar just wouldn't be viable.
verulamium
07/1/2009
18:04
ironic if loch fyne get the restuarants, seafood and fishmongering is still viable these days. or somebody might buy the company for a squid.
tricky1992000
07/1/2009
17:54
Well, I hesitate to say 'I told you so...'; but I told you so... Verulamium, if the Marylebone site is owned by the Howard de Walden Estate, there's every chance they will look for another (better quality) foodie tenant, but the real problem is more that young people don't want to do jobs like fishmongering. And I say that as someone whose family once owned a fishmongers, which none of us wanted to join after school or university.
tiredoldbroker
07/1/2009
07:52
What took them so long? Now can they close down their Marylebone High Street branch, and can we have back the proper established fishmongers that they drove out of business? Ah no, of course not...
verulamium
07/1/2009
07:42
the share price shows this has seen batter times luke johnson enjoying his chip supper at the darby an joan club
westcoastrich
07/1/2009
07:39
Looks like they've had their Chips and Battered investors have been done like a Kipper. ;-))
isis
07/1/2009
07:26
Hmmm, things starting to look distinctly fishy. Looks like all the punsmiths on this thread are about to be made redundant.
orange1
28/11/2008
16:44
I was thinking it looked pretty dreadful, actually. Net assets almost wiped out; reviews of restaurants not so flattering (see http://www.london-eating.co.uk/33859.htm and http://www.london-eating.co.uk/6851.htm for example), must be operating on a knife-edge by now with £2.5m of trade & other receiveables plus assets held for sale supporting £5.2m of debt, trade payables & liabilities of business held for sale. Wouldn't want to be their bankers, with discretionary expenditure under pressure and possibly fewer people eating out over next 12 months.
tiredoldbroker
28/11/2008
11:22
Quite positive statements in the final results today. Although there are large write offs,it looks as though the under performing side of the business is being kept under control and closed down or sold. They have managed to reduce borrowings. The new format at swallow street can be tweaked to perfection whilst market conditions are poor. Any new rollout would require more equity raising. The directors say that the bank is happy at present presumably on regular reviews.
linhur
28/10/2008
16:08
Expect some bad news in this sector which may affect a number of quoted chains - I hear that at least one very well known restaurant group has not been paying key suppliers for the last 2-3 months and is struggling, a failure there will be very bad for sentiment generally.
tiredoldbroker
23/10/2008
19:58
Those shellfish MMs are really leaving shareholders floundering.
wiganer
23/10/2008
18:55
Down again today and not looking good - 1.25p bid and someone dumped their holding at that level, so the MMs are presumably not short of stock.
tiredoldbroker
23/10/2008
11:16
Doubtless investors will feel like they have been rogered with a fishfork
whiterussians
22/10/2008
16:35
1 normal fish and chip shop down the road from the Marylebone High Street branch does far better fish too....at half the price.
verulamium
22/10/2008
16:12
bail out off this pile of poo!! what i here the management . do not care about shareholders and have not got a clue. its going bust. 10 normal fish and chip shops would make more money than this.
jammytass
22/10/2008
15:59
you have to point your fish finger at the management. Well and truely kippered shareholder value. Dont want to carp on about it though ;0)
pictureframe
22/10/2008
15:43
battered sausage
whiterussians
22/10/2008
11:16
Down 32% today, admittedly that's just a penny off, but....
tiredoldbroker
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