Share Name Share Symbol Market Type Share ISIN Share Description
Pz Cussons LSE:PZC London Ordinary Share GB00B19Z1432 ORD 1P
  Price Change % Change Share Price Bid Price Offer Price High Price Low Price Open Price Shares Traded Last Trade
  +0.40p +0.13% 297.50p 297.50p 297.90p 302.50p 294.30p 302.50p 731,874.00 16:35:11
Industry Sector Turnover (m) Profit (m) EPS - Basic PE Ratio Market Cap (m)
Personal Goods 821.2 83.7 16.2 18.4 1,275.58

Pz Cussons Share Discussion Threads

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DateSubjectAuthorDiscuss
31/10/2016
17:53
Up from 240p last year. Not a dog, it's a Pedigree!
gateside
31/10/2016
15:49
Just glad I sold. I knew this dog would soon come tumbling down. H&S pattern now in progress. Should that complete expect to see sub 300 within a few months. http://tinyurl.com/jt3dxha
bend1pa
25/9/2016
14:13
Nope - I paid 298.5. As and when the price goes above 375 and that level becomes support I will set a stop at 350, as that would lock in a decent return. I don't PLAN to sell!
toffeeman
24/9/2016
07:17
Bought at 229p PZC is an excellent run company, why sell the moment your in profit, just because you bought at a high price? Doesn't seem like a very good investment strategy to me.
gateside
23/9/2016
23:01
In the long run we're all dead. I don't see any hope for countries like Nigeria whatsoever. I think you did well to buy PZC at 298 and assume your stop was triggered since posting. I only just broke even yesterday for the first time in a little over 2 years. During that period PZC have underperformed the ASI by about 20%, which gives some indication how mediocre these shares have been. My timing could have been a lot better and I didn't expect to see my money back. Thankfully sold today and won't be buying this dog again.
bend1pa
10/8/2016
12:11
Nope - not Unilever - they have a bigger presence in Nigeria than PZC - they used to run the country!
toffeeman
10/8/2016
11:14
Or Unilever! For those looking at emerging markets and consumer staples companies. I think FEET IT fits the bill very well.
mozy123
10/8/2016
10:52
I bought PZC at 298.5 I plan to set a stop at 350 as and when the stock breaks and holds 375 to lock in a 17% gain. Like sturmey Nigeria with a population of at least 200m (40% of EU!)is a key reason for holding. At some point (could be a distant one) Nigeria will be an attractive growth market and PZC could well be a target (I would see PG or CL as a more likely buyer than RB)
toffeeman
09/8/2016
20:34
bend1pa Nigeria is by far the largest country by population in Africa. PZC are well entrenched to benefit from future growth. As an "Africa play" it is hard to find a better candidate than PZC. I bought PZC primarily for its exposure to Africa/Nigeria. If PZC pulled out of Nigeria, I would pull out of PZC. I look at PZC as an emerging market version of Reckitt Benkiser (which I also hold). Might RB cast a predatory look at PZC in the future?
sturmey
09/8/2016
16:58
I don't know wtf PZC continue to base themselves in Nigeria. What can be the point of continuing to produce in such a corrupt, financially unstable country which has been the case for years? It's about time PZC came to their senses. The Naira will continue to depreciate despite its recent 23% devaluation. Nigeria is one screwed up hellhole with no sign of things improving. Time for PZC to pull the plug on it.
bend1pa
04/8/2016
15:46
Closed bang on key level - will we see progress next week?
toffeeman
23/7/2016
08:44
The good support at this level is very comforting in the current market for me.
value king
22/7/2016
16:08
Nigeria not looking any better?
zcaprd7
20/6/2016
19:57
It means that the costs of production in Nigerian factories goes up because they are all imports and so profits will be down. Then when the Naira earnings are translated into £Stg they are worth less(sic). That's the short term. In the longer term it should strengthen the economy and so enhance earnings. (At least I think that's the impact!)
toffeeman
20/6/2016
18:24
How does Nigeria losing the dollar peg impact them?
zcaprd7
09/6/2016
10:18
Needs to get back above 342
toffeeman
09/6/2016
08:44
Decent trading update this morning - in-line with expectations
adamb1978
25/5/2016
19:15
above a key level of 342
toffeeman
25/5/2016
17:43
But the share price is!
gateside
20/5/2016
11:09
Nigeria will continue to be a drag on share price imo. forecast earnings not showing much in the way of growth.
pyemckay
20/5/2016
10:17
If 320 continues to hold , then the next hurdle is a close above 342. This would put it above the downtrend from the 2013 high of 440 and on support from most of 2014.
toffeeman
09/5/2016
12:20
Maybe back above 320 today?
toffeeman
21/4/2016
13:20
Not looking good
toffeeman
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