|Fuller Smith & Turner
||'A' ORD 40P
||EPS - Basic
||Market Cap (m)
|Travel & Leisure
|Fuller Smith Daily Update: Fuller Smith & Turner is listed in the Travel & Leisure sector of the London Stock Exchange with ticker FSTA. The last closing price for Fuller Smith was 996p.|
Fuller Smith & Turner has a 4 week average price of 992.06p and a 12 week average price of 998.93p.
The 1 year high share price is 1,200p while the 1 year low share price is currently 0p.
There are currently 32,278,580 shares in issue and the average daily traded volume is 15,479 shares. The market capitalisation of Fuller Smith & Turner is £321,494,656.80.
|glenowen: Anyone got access to the full accounts? If so, exactly how many of each class of shares is in issue? Trying to work out the proper market capitalisation which, at about the reported £250 million or so, seems to be based on the quoted "A" shares only.
As for GuyThomas, forget it. Such unsophisticated thinking will lead to burnt fingers. Maybe there will be a short-term downturn in the share price, but anyone who is going to dump such a solid stock as FSTA (with a fantastic portfolio of undervalued properties in London) needs their head examined.|
|red army: I do like it when a share price rises to new highs and the threads are quiet - only long term holders :-)|
|ygor705: Notice that Fullers fixed assets have not been revalued since 1999. Is this also underpinning the share price? Youngs is even better...........the Ram Brewery was last revalued in 1997. Property prices in the London area have moved up a lot since then!|
Taking the company private is always an option .......... especially if the Directors/Family see a big windfall around the corner that they don't want to share with everybody else! I've always suspected Fullers of having undervalued assets in the balance sheet and South East property prices haven't been exactly static in recent years. Fullers is almost as big a property as a brewery play I suspect. Plenty of City vulture funds would trip over themselves to assist in gearing up the operation. But in the end it all depends on what the family want to do and I'm not sure how firmly they are wedded to the business these days.
Can understand why Directors want to buy back shares......it increases the future EPS line for very little effort......which makes them look good. In a thin market like Fullers it can also sustain the share price for everybody - provided the fundamentals hold up. Anyway, the price seems to be moving in the right direction at the moment on modest volumes. Let's hope the trend continues.
Happy New Year.|
|spotdog40: There seems to be only me and Fullers buying these shares.
1)the NAV vs share price
3)Unique quality product-London Pride
4)Diverse business: Brewery, Pubs,Hotels
Is it a no-brainer?
Anyone want to join me in a takeover bid. We sell all the London properties, bank the money, and just keep making the beer.|
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