Share Name Share Symbol Market Type Share ISIN Share Description
Wynnstay Group LSE:WYN London Ordinary Share GB0034212331 ORD 25P
  Price Change % Change Share Price Bid Price Offer Price High Price Low Price Open Price Shares Traded Last Trade
  +0.00p +0.00% 547.50p 540.00p 555.00p 547.50p 547.50p 547.50p 12,471 07:59:04
Industry Sector Turnover (m) Profit (m) EPS - Basic PE Ratio Market Cap (m)
Food Producers 377.4 8.3 34.7 15.8 104.00

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Wynnstay Daily Update: Wynnstay Group is listed in the Food Producers sector of the London Stock Exchange with ticker WYN. The last closing price for Wynnstay was 547.50p.
Wynnstay Group has a 4 week average price of 532.80p and a 12 week average price of 520.19p.
The 1 year high share price is 602.50p while the 1 year low share price is currently 385p.
There are currently 18,996,249 shares in issue and the average daily traded volume is 16,146 shares. The market capitalisation of Wynnstay Group is £104,004,463.28.
redartbmud: Half year results out. Very satisfactory in difficult markets. the share price has been strong of late, long may it continue.
07:40 Yes. Nice results. Some of the metrics are a tad below forecasts detailed on Sharescope, but the overall picture looks good to me. Share price climbed 44% in 2013, and near fourfold since bottoming in Spring 2009.
jeffian: Re #172, I can't wait any longer - I'm in! The fact that the Placing was achieved so close to market value and the share price is recovering almost straight away (I was expecting (hoping?!) it would go to near the Placing price for me to get in) makes me think it's pretty bullet-proof at this level.
jeffian: Yes, I really like this company and it's been on my radar to buy for some time but the share price has moved resolutely ahead of my buying range! Now wish I'd just got on and bought it when I first spotted it. Also put off by the spread but that is not uncommon with this sort of share.
9degrees: Where is everyone?? Excellent and robust set of results - This is a very strong and well run and balanced co . it is in an industry that is vitally important to our economy and also to world food supply. It has good diversity. The share price should now begin to move towards the £4 mark . A value rather than an incomne play. good luck
gateside: Hopefully this will put a floor under the share price Current Trading The Board of Wynnstay is confident that despite recent cost rises in fuel and electricity, the Company will achieve market expectations for the current financial year before taking into account the provision for reorganisation associated with the Bibby Agriculture joint venture.
diogenesj: Sold mine. I think the company is doing its best in a tough market. Just not sure that the results justify the current share price.
padi: Just looking at the share price graph. We're close to floatation price now. All news since floatation has been positive so I can't see a reason why the share price has fallen 25% in 4-6 weeks. The only explanation I can offer is negetive sentiment within the sector. NWF didn't help matters with a profit warning. As Wynnstay is a relatively unknown company on the stockmarket there are limited buyers. However when good news is announced the prices tends to rise significantly, see graph. I think once the interim results are announced this month, we will hopefully see a price correction back to year highs. Anyone else have any views?
paulismyname: Gateside, stumbled across this by accident as believe it or not I clicked the wrong toobar on the computer. It may however be of some modest good fortune. Several questions. Calculated that the NAV is around £2.47 per share. At todays close mid price of £2.87 that puts the share price at a premium to assets of around 14%. Do you agree with this calculation, and do you have a view if it is justified Earnings growth over next year may be factored into the share price if correct - hence little room for share price growth, views? PE of 12 and yield seem okay but cannot figure out why the PEG is well below 1, any views there. But that might relate to the question below General question, I thought that UK farmers were up against it due to the pricing power of supermarkets, clearly wyn having started as a Co-Op has by-passed that issue. However would that fact eventually put a limit on earnings growth. Regards Paul
stan: They do seem very expensive when valued from an earnings multiple perspective for sure, and i was very surprised the price didn't plummet today as I thought the results were quite disappointing in spite of the cheery tone in which they were presented. Obviously the management seem quite optimistic re the future and can see opportunities for expansion and growth which is good They seem intent on investing earnings for the future because the divi yield is very lowly although this doesn't bother me if they can get a good return from their reinvestment. But it also means that the share price isn't supported by any yield to shareholders nor by a low p/e ratio. From a net asset value angle they don't seem overvalued and there don't seem to be any pension nasties lurking which are both positives, and there is the possibility that they may have a really storming year profits wise sometime..though i can't argue this very cogently i'm afraid. In all honesty I can't really see any reason to hold the shares and can quite easily see the share price falling quite sharply from tomorrow onwards. And yet I still can't make my mind up whether to sell or hold on for the very long term...the results have thrown me a bit and normally when i feel like this i regret not selling when i can get out at a good price. Nice to see old friends on this board though...greetings Diogenes...have u sold or are you a holder still i wonder. old stan
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