Share Name Share Symbol Market Type Share ISIN Share Description
Hilton Food LSE:HFG London Ordinary Share GB00B1V9NW54 ORD 10P
  Price Change % Change Share Price Bid Price Offer Price High Price Low Price Open Price Shares Traded Last Trade
  -10.50p -1.72% 600.50p 600.50p 620.00p 600.50p 600.50p 600.50p 4 08:38:37
Industry Sector Turnover (m) Profit (m) EPS - Basic PE Ratio Market Cap (m)
Food Producers 1,094.8 27.9 27.5 21.8 439.95

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Hilton Food Daily Update: Hilton Food is listed in the Food Producers sector of the London Stock Exchange with ticker HFG. The last closing price for Hilton Food was 611p.
Hilton Food has a 4 week average price of 613.95p and a 12 week average price of 597.21p.
The 1 year high share price is 650p while the 1 year low share price is currently 460p.
There are currently 73,263,428 shares in issue and the average daily traded volume is 224,944 shares. The market capitalisation of Hilton Food is £439,946,885.14.
philw2009: I don't really see much to make it a sell either. I bought in 2012 and still happy to hold with 65% gain since then. Solid business, good management and investment in future growth - no reason for share price slippage. I'd wager it will be back above 500p before long.
08:08 Nothing in today's results from Hilton Food Group (HFG) to make it a buy. Anyone who was clever enough to get in at the low of last October may well be tempted to bank the 16% they've made, and not wait for the May/June dividend which might be outweighed by share price slippage. The share price has continued upward since the Food Producers sector turned downwards at the end of January - and it might continue to do so - but I've opened a tentative wee downbet ;o)
philprofit: Good point 18BT- looks like any business with a European element (irrspective of results) is at risk of a share price drop. Has seen a little recovery over the past few days; so I'm staying in for now.
philprofit: Does aynone have any thoughts on why the share price has suddenly fallen? (I'm stumped- can't see any brooker downgrades, news etc) Thanks Phil
philprofit: Bought into this sometime ago- Any opinions on whether this is has hit the "top"? Interim Statement seemed good - but seen slight "pull-back" in Share Price
philprofit: Thanks Billy, great insight for Me- in that I did not think of Share Price is terms of "What someone is willing to Pay" (as obvious as I know this now is) In that- factors such as Fundamentals, News, PE's etc all have a huge factor on what a share is worth...but then there is obviously a "human" elment of "What someone is actually willing Pay" for them.... Thanks again
billy bonka: Nobody can say for certain whether a share price will go up and down. A share price is determined by whatever somebody is willing to pay for it which may be lower or higher than a company's fundamental value. In my opinion, there is room for growth here. Yes they have a small number of customers but they are big customers which are growing. I'm here for the long term. Good luck with your investments :)
philprofit: Anyone Help? As I'm to new investing- can anyone provide any insight in the following on Hilton Food Group: Is the value already in the Share Price? Having researched the business, the fundamentals look very strong (Net Debt down etc); and future prospects look good. It "seems" that there is scope for the Share Price to go further The only 2 big drawbacks I can see- are 1- reliance of small number of customers & 2 risks of Own Label/Reatiler branded products. (But as I'm pretty new to this- might have got the above wrong) Any help is much appreciated.
simon gordon: Indie - 15/1/10: Hilton Food Group Our view: Buy Share price: 203p (+5p) Hilton Food Group's specialist retail meat-packing business may not be glamorous but it has all the signs of being a real winner for shareholders. The last time we looked at the company – in the spring of 2009 – we tipped it as a "buy" on the basis of the recession-resisting properties of the food industry. We were right, and the company's stock has shot up by 40p. Now, with the spectre of recession receding, the case is even stronger. Yesterday's trading statement reporting strong performance in line with expectations is just the beginning. The eye-catching aspect of Hilton Food is its geographical expansion. In 2009 it moved into two new countries, the ninth and tenth on its books, with supplies to Latvia and Lithuania from Hilton Food's factory in Poland. There was also healthy growth from the company's Irish breakfast meats project and good progress from the spreadables meat project begun in July the Netherlands. Finally, at the end of November, Hilton Food signed a Danish deal with Coop Denmark. Construction is about to start on the £20m facility and Hilton should start to see good growth from the agreement from next year. Panmure Gordon calculates Hilton's price-to-earnings ratio to be 10.4 times, based on estimates for 2010. And with debt falling to just 0.7 times earnings, there is "substantial room to finance future growth opportunities as they arise," the analyst said in a note. This year's trading environment may remain challenging but Hilton Food is well positioned to carry on the good work. "Hilton remains our top-pick stock in the small and mid-cap food sector," Panmure added. We agree. Buy.
haywards26: Like I have said previously they are on my watchlist, but would not buy in with a share price over 165p. Especially in current economic climate, where I think there is a reasonably strong chance of the markets falling further than the last recent lows. Bringing the majority of stocks down with it. At present see better value elsewhere, but with director buys being encouraging, a fall will see my interest grow further. IMO
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