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|as it stands at the moment, the PE is 36+..............how tenable is that?|
|interesting......a former AIB comes on board.......that is impressive....!|
|2013 The Great Irish Share Valuation Project (Part V)
I take a look at Glanbia, plus a batch of other Irish stocks:
|Wex - GLB has just come on my radar. Looks very solid so will probably be investing in the near future. Thanks for the link to the blog. Visited once already and found it very useful.|
I've just posted Part II of The Great Irish Share Valuation Project on my value investing blog, where I plan to set a Fair Value Price Target for every listed Irish company. So far I've valued two dozen companies, including Glanbia:
I hope you'll take a look (if you've any feedback/questions, please don't hesitate to comment or email me), and/or become a regular reader.
|Glanbia Consumer Products Boosts Warehouse Productivity
January 4, 2012
1m contract boosts warehouse productivity by up to 95%
|Davy on 2012
Stock-picking in defensive sectors will be key to outperforming market in uncertain environment
04 January 2012
Tipped in press|
|Vote not passed 73% vs 75% needed.|
|Farmers fall out over Glanbia sell-off
Monday, 15th March 2010 06.52am
A group of farmers who have concerns about the transfer of Glanbia's Irish operations to Glanbia Co-operative Society has contacted the Irish Stock Exchange claiming what they say is a conflict of interest at board level.
Fourteen of the group's 18 board members are nominated by the co-op.
But Glanbia has rejected any suggestions of a conflict of interest, saying an independent committee of the plc board - containing no co-op nominated directors - was formed to consider the proposal.
It said co-op board members would have no involvement in any plc discussions on the issue.
Glanbia said the independent committee, chaired by senior non-executive director John Callaghan, had appointed independent financial and legal advisors.|
|A buy-out of Glanbia's Irish arm would be a 'win-win' situation for farmers, claims chief executive John Moloney....RTE News!!!
Guess who Moloney will be working for after the sell off?|
|Self administered pension scheme for the farmers?|
|Sheepdogs steering the sheep into a pen?|
You mentioned that the deficit is near to £100 million in the pension?|
|Question now is....what premium(loss) are they prepared
to take(write down), on the sale terms to the Farmers Coop to be released
from a business they don't want any more.
If they want to be out of a LOSS making business, they are going to
have to take a helluva loss on it!!!!
With this uncertainty, the shares look expensive!!!
Shades of Greencore, divested of all the Agri business and now
operating outside Ireland making 200000 sandwiches every day!!!!
This share price could go either way!!!
When the dog sees the rabbit, Glanbia will then have no Irish
connections save procurement in Ireland.
Sad...it used to be a premium IRISH company....just like Hibernian
Insurance, now operating it's Aviva customer interface from Calcuta.
I pity small Irish shareholders...they have'nt any muscle....and they do
not understand Globalism.|
|Pension deficit is between 50-100m
So I'm told!!!
So calculate total liability in these regards of 520-575.
Is it fair to say that is E2 or thereabouts a share?|
|LBO......you here as well?
That 471m nett debt this morning held my right hand back from the execute button....
Just sent a message to my brokers asking as well if there is a pension fund deficit and how much?|
|Glanbia lowers full year profit forecast
|Glanbia's profits fall 28pc as ingredients arm falters
|H1 EPS could fall by 25%
|Irish-owned firms fight to survive as demand plummets