Share Name Share Symbol Market Type Share ISIN Share Description
Premier Foods LSE:PFD London Ordinary Share GB00B7N0K053 ORD 10P
  Price Change % Change Share Price Bid Price Offer Price High Price Low Price Open Price Shares Traded Last Trade
  +0.00p +0.00% 41.50p 41.50p 41.75p 42.25p 40.00p 40.00p 1,721,852.00 15:02:25
Industry Sector Turnover (m) Profit (m) EPS - Basic PE Ratio Market Cap (m)
Food Producers 771.7 -13.0 3.5 11.9 347.59

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24/1/2017
06:50
Grabster has his opinion that's fine. But I totally disagree with him and have bought into Pfd.
y1phr1
23/1/2017
23:05
isis23, "It makes profits - you need to read the accounts." I'm looking at the accounts now. In H1 16/17 the post-tax profit was a loss of £55.6m. http://www.investegate.co.uk/premier-foods-plc--pfd-/rns/half-year-report/201611150700081535P/ whilst the full year to April 2016 recorded a profit of £34m the previous 15 month period recorded a loss of £92.7m http://www.investegate.co.uk/premier-foods-plc/rns/premier-foods-2015-16-preliminary-results/201605170700084032Y/ So historically there have been losses and today's announcement warns of further losses in the future. All in all a total basket case. JakNife
jaknife
23/1/2017
23:02
grabster, why don't you short pfd then? let's see what the share price will be by the end of the year!
yinyang888
23/1/2017
19:15
What a load of nonsense. It makes profits - you need to read the accounts.
isis
23/1/2017
18:09
There seems to be a lot of wishful thinking among posters hoping another takeover bid is likely. I stand by what I said before this latest update (10 Jan, post 19767) and previously (mid-October post 19749); this company has no future, it is eventually going to end up going bust in my view. The Nissin project is just another distraction - like all its other wheezes - merely rearranging deckchairs on the Titanic. The supermarkets know that they have Premier over a barrel on pricing - no way are they going to help cushion Premier's cost problems by saying yes to the kind of price increases that Premier is "negotiating". The recipe modifications that Premier have introduced to reduce costs, have damaged the appeal of some of their products. They are not as good as when Premier acquired them. Remember, they were famous brands, but were sold off by bigger owners who saw that the advertising cost of maintaining customer enthusiasm was becoming too great - they were considered no longer viable enough to hang onto despite their fame. I predict a share price lower than 10p before the end of this year.
grabster
22/1/2017
15:16
Mr. Kipling doesn't make chocolate cakes...with the deal with Cadbury's scuppered...they will soon start.
jordaggy
22/1/2017
13:36
Cadbury/Modelez paid a hefty premium to Burton biscuits to buy back the Cadbury license from them last year, so large that it's materially transformed that business (privately held by a Canadian pension fund). I would expect that, given a chance to NOT renew the Cadbury license with PFD ,then that's exactly what Mondelez would do because it strikes me that taking production back in-house is now Mondelez' long term strategy.
jaknife
22/1/2017
13:04
http://www.telegraph.co.uk/business/2017/01/21/food-giant-faces-disaster-cadbury-licence/
roberto mancini
22/1/2017
12:09
Was anyone surprised by the latest poor figures? When last did PFD results surprise by being better than expected (or hoped for? When last was a profit warning an unexpected shock? Does anyone honestly think that some magic transformation in the company's fortunes will take place? Who thinks that the chances of PFD ever resuming the payment of dividends is greater than absolutely zilch? PFD is a basket case. Bit by bit things are getting worse for it. The best thing that can be hoped for is an orderly running down of the company by piecemeal sell off of its better brands or a takeover at a small premium on whatever low price the share price may have fallen to by that time.
nobbyx
20/1/2017
13:37
What is there holding now?
y1phr1
20/1/2017
13:35
Hongkong based Oasis Management have increased their holding, do they know something on the bidding front?
yinyang888
19/1/2017
14:14
Got in Here in the nick of time @ 40.5p hoping for a rise now.
y1phr1
19/1/2017
07:57
Premier Foods Plc : Jefferies cuts target price to 43p from 50p
american idiot
18/1/2017
16:40
Could have been worse. Over optomisitic on sales and growth. Bid still a possibility though.
isis
18/1/2017
13:06
Short-term = bleak. Theres going to be more pricing pressures during 2017. Quick in and out trading here rather than an investment at the moment. (In at 40.25p/40.5p for a few ticks thats all today) (Trading 2 x 50k on 40.5p bid on Level 2 currently)
american idiot
18/1/2017
11:38
I'm trying to be nice, but when you see this kind of selfish reckless behaviour from management, how can you be? So yes, further to the below, shareholders have been shafted and absolutely nothing will happen to the top bods here. Institutional fund manglers might have the odd word, but nothing significant. No change at the top expected, plenty more green for poor decision making and more warnings are likely to now follow. Keep selling All imo ----------------------------------------------------------------------------------- Sphere25 - 12 Oct 2016 - 08:52:59 - 19750 of 19788 Premier Foods - Charts & News - PFD The selfish muppet management here blaming the weather for some grocery sales! Hilarious! Management want shooting for declining the bid. More value destruction to come from the morons in charge here. Sell All imo
sphere25
18/1/2017
11:31
So the Hovis Loaves are no longer "flying off the shelves" ? Professor Pettigrew (PFD) 12 Dec'12 - 08:53 THE recovery stock of 2013 and £3.50 by next summer.
chinese investor
18/1/2017
11:26
Well I guess nows the time to make a sensible bid - when the shareholders are p###ed off.
red army
18/1/2017
11:20
I thought the targets were too high as food retail has small growth overall, so perhaps it was inevitable. I doubt Nissin would have to bid much more than 70p really.
isis
18/1/2017
10:42
Seems to be a habit with this company!
dealer1972
18/1/2017
10:40
Over promise & under deliver!...
diku
18/1/2017
10:27
They raised the targets too high in defense of the bid. Nissin could make a full offer for them?
isis
18/1/2017
10:21
Looks ultimately like continued pressure in the grocery trade though, i.e. whether the 'Premier' brands are standing up to supermarkets' refreshing their shelves to tempt sales. This being the more vital factor than the CEO or what price whoever bought in.
edmondj
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