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ANP Anpario Plc

-2.50 (-0.96%)
05 Dec 2023 - Closed
Delayed by 15 minutes
Share Name Share Symbol Market Type Share ISIN Share Description
Anpario Plc LSE:ANP London Ordinary Share GB00B3NWT178 ORD 23P
  Price Change % Change Share Price Shares Traded Last Trade
  -2.50 -0.96% 257.50 14,914 14:00:14
Bid Price Offer Price High Price Low Price Open Price
250.00 265.00 260.00 257.50 260.00
Industry Sector Turnover Profit EPS - Basic PE Ratio Market Cap
Pesticides, Agric Chems, Nec 33.1M 3.3M 0.1375 18.73 61.83M
Last Trade Time Trade Type Trade Size Trade Price Currency
16:22:47 O 1,030 257.16 GBX

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29/9/202317:12ANPARIO (formerly Kiotech)1,527
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Posted at 05/12/2023 08:20 by Anpario Daily Update
Anpario Plc is listed in the Pesticides, Agric Chems, Nec sector of the London Stock Exchange with ticker ANP. The last closing price for Anpario was 260p.
Anpario currently has 24,013,131 shares in issue. The market capitalisation of Anpario is £61,833,812.
Anpario has a price to earnings ratio (PE ratio) of 18.73.
This morning ANP shares opened at 260p
Posted at 29/9/2023 17:12 by petersinthemarket
Recently, this year, Lord Lee built a new portfolio for a family member.
Amongst others, he again bought ANP at 235p.

Lord Lee New family PF:
3 units into each: AV/369p, LGEN/216p, MNG/193p
2 units into: BATS/2590, PHNX/512p, PHP/93p, STB/680p, TW/113p
1 unit into: ANP/235p, CSN/267p, DUKE/31p, MPE/760p, BOWL/230p, STVG/197p, WKP/486p, VP/525p.

If you want to know what his own personal pf looks like
you can find it on ''Lord Lee House of Commons Register of Interests''

Posted at 13/9/2023 13:10 by cfro
Ah, wait one minute i've just finished reading through the results more thoroughly which i had not done first thing this morning and found this:

As announced in June 2023, Anpario launched a £9.0m tender offer to purchase its own shares at a price of 225p per ordinary share. Valid tenders were received in respect of 107 per cent of the total number of share subject to the tender offer and as such the company purchased the full 4,000,000 ordinary shares. The actual repurchase and settlement of the transaction occurred in early July 2023 and as such is not reflected in these financial statements, other than to show the £9.1m held in escrow with a third-party as a separate line item of the statement of financial position.

Following the conclusion of the Tender Offer, the 4,000,000 shares repurchased, together a further 440,388 shares that were already held in Treasury were subsequently cancelled. As this took place after 30 Jun 2023, the earnings per share calculation in note 6 does not reflect any impact of this transaction. There will be a partial benefit to FY 2023 as the transaction occurred half-way through the year, by a way of a reduction in the number of weighted average shares in issue, however the full year impact will only be felt through 2024.

I had forgot that the tender offer took place after the first half so is not reflective of the bottom line numbers such as EPS this time around. Even the FY numbers will only be partially reflective.
Posted at 22/8/2023 10:56 by cfro
No, this story is very real and very happening..

So, as per the article, Dame Sally Davis - the UK's special envoy on Antimicrobial resistance - helped set-up the investor action group at the Davos economic forum. That includes the Fairr initiative that has the backing of 370 shareholders with $71tn in combined assets.

Other shareholder groups are now involved too like the shareholder commons group and organisations like Finance for Environmental and social systemic change centre.

So there clearly is a big push and moves are definitely afoot..

There is a massive opportunity for ANP with the door being forced wide open it's just up to them to step in...
Posted at 22/8/2023 10:35 by cerrito
Yes cfro I saw this and immediately thought of ANP.
To be honest this aspect of Anpario has been rather off my radar for the last few years. I heard more about it 4 years ago.
I went through the AR of Anpario just now and they seem to downplay it.They talk about the solar panels but their discussion on AMR is implicit rather than explicit.
Perhaps in the September 13 interims they will blow the trumpet on this.
If the world economy has been hit by £100tn I would have expected to have heard more on this.Perhaps I read the wrong papers and magazines.
The cynic in me wonders if this is a story to fill the FT on a slow August news day.
Posted at 10/7/2023 17:14 by bottomfisher
Now that Investec has bowed out, Unicorn AIM VCT has emerged as Anpario's biggest institutional shareholder, upping its stake from 7.82% to 9.30%. The following comment in its half yearly report, is mildly reassuring. "Anpario reported a weaker operational and financial performance in recent months, announcing a 25% decline in its gross profits due to supply chain disruption and significant inflation in the cost of raw materials. Sales growth across Asia, Middle East & Africa, and the Americas has been offset by a decrease in European revenues. Despite this recent setback, the business, remains profitable, maintains a strong balance sheet, offers a broad range of products and is geographically diverse. Your Investment Manager believes that the share price is likely to recover strongly once the current headwinds abate."
Posted at 02/6/2023 06:36 by vprt
Well done to management for acting on their huge cash pile and low share price today. I will be delighted if they get most of this tender offer taken up, but not sure the price is high enough to attract as much as 4m shares - but I hope it does!
Posted at 28/5/2023 10:41 by earwacks
Not question of missing anything. The profit drop was largely due to poor trade in Europe and inflation in food prices.Richard Edwards was confident that this was a short term hit, but the recovery may take longer than initially thought. The other problem is companies with cap below 100 million seem to suffer bigger sell off than others. Strong balance sheet and increased dividend prove that this is a very good and well managed company. As often said directors do not direct the share price , they direct the company, its speculators who direct share prices.will be a difficult year for sure.
Posted at 17/4/2023 15:37 by cerrito
No real surprise that the share price took a breather today after it's sharp rise of the last few days and others like me took some profits from their sub 200p purchases.
Even after the small amount I sold today it is now my 6th biggest holding.
I foresee that the share price will meander round where it is today and I will rather go back to sleep here.
Posted at 11/4/2023 15:54 by bottomfisher
Surely the main reason for the recent sharp drop in the share price is the dramatic reduction in brokers EPS forecasts. According to the latest Investor Chronicle, Anpario's forecast eps for the current financial year has been reduced from 22.2p three months ago, to 17.9p a month ago, and now 11.1p. The following year the company is forecast to earn 12.6p. Given that ANP was earning over 20p a share a few years ago, the downgrading in the company's share rating is understandable.

The latest share purchase by the chief executive is welcome but remember that he raised over £700,000 two years ago by selling 125,000 shares (over half his stake) at £5.80.
Posted at 03/4/2023 18:42 by earwacks
Thanks fro. Yes I see you covered all those points. I originally invested when it was kiotech for about 2p! There was a share price consolidation and changed name to Anpario. Been in and out a about 3 three times so this is my forth tug. Usually sell too early but have always come away with something. I went to one of their first shareholder meetings . Me two other shareholders and the board! Richard is a fantastic ceo. He was project manager on the channel tunnel before Anp which he has steered from about 10 million market cap to 100 million and now back to this ridiculous price. It was their aim back then to build to 100 million and then sell. Seem to have held as long standing following of institutional holders and the infamous lord Lee. Dont think they would let it go for under 100 million. Think there is a bit of a clue with the former CFO trades only a month ago when she sold some shares and bought back into her Or hubbies ISA. Can’t have anticipated this reaction
Anpario share price data is direct from the London Stock Exchange

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