Share Name Share Symbol Market Type Share ISIN Share Description
Anglo-eastern Plantations Plc LSE:AEP London Ordinary Share GB0000365774 ORD 25P
  Price Change % Change Share Price Shares Traded Last Trade
  8.00 1.58% 513.00 11,513 16:35:22
Bid Price Offer Price High Price Low Price Open Price
500.00 526.00 536.00 508.00 528.00
Industry Sector Turnover (m) Profit (m) EPS - Basic PE Ratio Market Cap (m)
Food Producers 196.71 24.25 22.58 23.0 203
Last Trade Time Trade Type Trade Size Trade Price Currency
16:29:47 AT 18 526.00 GBX

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Anglo-eastern Plantations Daily Update: Anglo-eastern Plantations Plc is listed in the Food Producers sector of the London Stock Exchange with ticker AEP. The last closing price for Anglo-eastern Plantations was 505p.
Anglo-eastern Plantations Plc has a 4 week average price of 428p and a 12 week average price of 425p.
The 1 year high share price is 640p while the 1 year low share price is currently 425p.
There are currently 39,490,272 shares in issue and the average daily traded volume is 11,440 shares. The market capitalisation of Anglo-eastern Plantations Plc is £202,585,095.36.
vinnegar: have I missed any recent bad news driving the share price so low or is it just the reaction to the lower palm oil prices? any insights?
lobby ludd: hvs....just looked at your post no.106 (April 7,2007......'in 2012 the share price will be over £7'. Well done !
simon42: It's frustrating to see nbpo rise up to results and aep fall! They should have set a clear date for figures. Would have helped share price. Our time will come.
andysburns: nice write up in the IC last week on the back of results. Anglo-Eastern Plantations is a commodity play with a share price closely aligned to the price of crude palm oil (CPO). Both peaked early in 2008, then fell sharply and have been recovering through 2009 and into 2010. At the same time, the latest results are better than expected: during 2009 the average CPO price fell 28 per cent to $679 (£441) per metric tonne but revenues did not decline by as much because of production of fresh fruit bunches rose 9 per cent. In the same way, operating profits (before plantation asset adjustments) were only a fifth lower at $59m. Other positive pointers were a reduction in debt despite captital spending of $40m and a maintained dividend. The big drivers behind an agricultural business such as Anglo-Eastern are the CPO and the dollar export price. But the company has ambitious expansion plans: it owns 123,000 hectares of plantation land (maily in Sumatra), of which 45,000 hectares have been developed. The target is to increase the latter figure by around 10,000 hectares a year to a target of 100,000 hectares by 2014. So expect capital spending to stay high, with another $40m likely this year. Anglo expects to report "satisfactory" profits and cash flow in 2010. IC View: The shares are thinly traded but remain modestly priced in PE ratio terms. We upgrade them to speculative BUY providing the CPO price continues to recover. BUY
woracle: Yep, CPO at year highs. As usual share price is a bit behind the curve. Just had to be done... accumulated today.
melody9999: back into AEP today. NBPO going nicely on the back of increasing PO prices and likely stock shortage. This buying will come across to other PO stocks. Forget the 3.5p reduction in the divi - at 310p you are buying 2X as many shares as you could in Apr 08 in any case. EPS increase of 33% just announced - meanwhile share price 50% of the price one year ago. errr sounds like good news to me. So.... this becomes increasingly undervalued IMHO.
woracle: You missed the most impressive thing...Management ! Why is it trading way under ? CPO priced at 4400 this time last year, fell to 1300 in Nov, now back at 2000 Pretty much sums it up... in simplistic terms share price is a geared proxy for CPO price with a slight lag.
bountyhunter: yes there's certainly been a very close correlation between AEP and the palm oil price over the past 6 mths, so if that small bounce in the palm oil price is maintained we could perhaps see it reflected in the AEP price/chart shortly
hvs: Fantastic news : We are looking at doubling of last reported profits. THIS SHARE IS WAY TOO CHEAP : RNS Number : 4736U Anglo-Eastern Plantations PLC 15 May 2008 Thursday 15 May 2008 ANGLO-EASTERN PLANTATIONS PLC Interim Management Statement "prospects for 2008 remain very positive" Anglo-Eastern (AEP.L), which operates and is developing some 83,000 hectares (ha) of plantations, primarily palm oil in Indonesia, announces its first Interim Management Statement, in respect of the period since 1 January 2008. The strong trading and encouraging prospects reported in the Preliminary Announcement of 30 April 2008 have continued. For the first quarter, ended 31 March 2008, revenue was more than double that of the first quarter of 2007 at over $49m, helped by high CPO (crude palm oil) prices. The CPO price, which ended 2007 at $960/mt, continued its upward trend, peaking at $1,390/mt, and averaged $1,151 for the quarter (which compares with $607 for the first quarter of 2007 and $790 for the whole of 2007). The Group did not receive the full benefit of rising prices in its results because of increases in Indonesian export taxes which came into effect in March 2008 and which effectively cap prices at $1,000-$1,050/mt. For the first quarter, operating profit and profit before tax are both well ahead of those for the first quarter of 2007, while net cash at 31 March 2008 is up on the December 2007 figure of $23.3m. For the four months to 30 April 2008, FFB (fresh fruit bunches) production is 18% higher than the same period in 2007. Crops from the Bengkulu estates have recovered from the delayed effects of the 2006 drought and are 20% ahead, whilst those at the rehabilitated Bina Pitri estate are well up on the comparable period. CPO production was around 60,000 mt, enhanced by bought-in FFB which exceeded expectations by 30%. The Group's development is proceeding according to plan, with around 5,000 ha of new oil palm planting in progress and due to be completed during 2008. This means that the existing Bengkulu estates will be fully planted by the year end. In January 2008, the Group acquired for a cash consideration of $3.8m a 95% interest in PT Riau Agrindo Agung, an Indonesian company owning the rights to 15,000 ha of vacant land in Bengkulu province. Along with the three acquisitions that took place in 2007, this gives the Group an additional 40,000 ha of plantable land. Prospects for 2008 remain very positive. In the absence of substantial adverse movements in the CPO price, production and Indonesian export taxes, the Board continues to expect a satisfactory increase in profits and cash flow for 2008. Note for editors: At last night's closing mid-market share price of 600p, Anglo-Eastern's market capitalisation was £240m. Enquiries: Anglo-Eastern Plantations plc 020-7236 2838 David Smith (Finance Director)
woracle: Looks guys, the results are pretty much known and it won't surprise anyone. AEP isnt hard to figure out once u know the CPO and yield and although the results will be stellar ( around 65 to 70c give or take I reckon ), I really doubt it will affect the share price as much as some traders hope cause its been well flagged. The forward statement will be predictable too..something on the lines of the year has started well, crops on target, and despite higher export taxes, we expect another record year subject to CPO staying at these levels.. Look back at interims..100%+ increase in EPS, and not a jot of interest or movement I recall commenting at the time. What really matters is the CPO price going forward and the development of acreage and good yield which gives the gearing element over simply CPO..short term charts here is just noise cause its so illiquid. As its pretty much a proxy for CPO.. and to be honest CPO has been wacked lately. But who cares, anything over $1000 this year average would be great and get us to 8 to 9 pound on historic ratings. Having said that, the more astute traders/investors in NBPO may realise that AEP is a lot cheaper once the results are out and able to compare like for like, it could cause a spike up just after results if they pile in here.
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