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 -0.71% 349.00 14,209 15:12:27
Bid Price Offer Price High Price Low Price Open Price
340.00 358.00 351.50 345.00 351.50
Industry Sector Turnover (m) Profit (m) EPS - Basic PE Ratio Market Cap (m)
Food Producers 33.37 5.70 22.92 15.2 83
Last Trade Time Trade Type Trade Size Trade Price Currency
15:24:41 O 563 352.44 GBX

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Posted at 29/1/2023 08:20 by Anpario Daily Update
Anpario Plc is listed in the Food Producers sector of the London Stock Exchange with ticker ANP. The last closing price for Anpario was 351.50p.
Anpario Plc has a 4 week average price of 345p and a 12 week average price of 345p.
The 1 year high share price is 645p while the 1 year low share price is currently 345p.
There are currently 23,840,231 shares in issue and the average daily traded volume is 25,574 shares. The market capitalisation of Anpario Plc is £83,202,406.19.
Posted at 10/1/2023 17:36 by cerrito
On Bloomberg this morning they were getting very excited about the positive economic impact of China 's reopening. They obviously had not read the ANP TU.
Posted at 09/1/2023 09:07 by cerrito
Good that they were specific with their guidance. I note that adjusted Ebitda was £7m last year and £6.6m in 2021 and of course the share price no longer starts with a 6 or 7 ie has discounted this news which for me is transitory rather than structural.
Posted at 09/1/2023 07:31 by cfro
2022 has turned out to be a very tough trading environment for Anpario.

Revenues looking to come in at £33m which will be similar to last year. At least they are not going backwards...

Still a few positives like price increases implemented, working capital requirements improving, improvement in margins and, this is the big one, raw material prices easing.

Also cash improved £0.3m on the half year, so at least they are not draining cash.

Posted at 18/10/2022 07:56 by partridge1948
Strike price of Options granted about 9 or 10 years ago. Poorly worded!
Posted at 18/10/2022 06:27 by jolomo
Director buy at a price of 158.5p each?
Posted at 15/9/2022 09:51 by cerrito
A few delayed thoughts.
Not all that much surprise for me. Slow conditions in China:gross margin pressures and, as with many other companies, distortions and uncertainties in the supply chains have seen an increase in raw materials and finished goods.
They do have the useful tailwind of the current £/us Dollar rate, though that may be deferred with their hedging strategy.
Interesting to see pick up in R&D.
Note that with a revamped and less transitional board they are looking at m&a and indeed the CEO ended his outlook statement saying this will remain a priority..
One thing that struck me was the volatility in sales in some of the territories. ie Brazil, Chile and Australasia down 27pc,67pc and 28pc respectively.
I also noted the difference in profitability between the various reasons and the Americas so much more profitable than Asia.
One feature is that they have a pretty strong institutional share register and their holdings do not change very much. Yes there have been quite a few change of holdings RNS this year but that is mainly Investec going from 9.9%to 10% and back again . The corollary of having so many institutional shareholders who do not trade much is that the bid/offer spread is wide.
If I make the next AGM I can ask about share buy backs and what the new Board wants to do with the cash.
Too bad they do not have an Investor Meets Company type event. I have left a messasge with the CFO but doubt if it will have an effect.
Of course there is the unknown with current exchange rates if they will be bought out. As I have been unable to get to an AGM for the last couple of years I have not been able to discuss how they could benefit from being taken over. I remember about 7 years ago leaving an AGM convinced that they would be taken out by a US based company who would get their US sales up. Indeed not sure if their US sales are being held back by lack of scale.
I do not see myself selling but am not rushing in to buy as I agree with them that the short term outlook is sombre. The issue with the sombre outlook is that if you say that eps this full year will be 20p they are still trading after yesterday’s fall at a high pe.
I was irritated that they did not give us the number of votes cast at the AGM. I follow the number of votes cast at an AGM as I am keen to know how engaged shareholders are with the company.

Posted at 15/9/2022 06:39 by cfro
The market itself doesn't have a brain and nor do those investors here selling yesterday. Imv they shouldn't be allowed anywhere near the stock-market..
Anyone with any sense knew what to expect, the company told us plus look what's going on in the real world...

Bear markets and hard economic times are periods where investors have to learn to lower their expectations. Anpario does have over £13m in cash which will help it get through this tough environment unlike many other companies.

Not saying the share price will not drift lower here, it may do, but if you choose to sell, then where ever you decide to place your funds all you will be doing is coming up against the same brick walls.

Posted at 20/6/2022 15:11 by cfro
Like you i too hold Treatt and along with this one are two of my larger positions.

The selling here from ordinary pi's (and in general) in past recent days seem almost non-existent, so i am hoping the price will hold firm.

Like Treatt, Anpario is very much a long term growth story and needs to be viewed as such. There is not much we can do about the cost inflation where, as i posted above, is affecting nearly every single company in some form or other. Best to be optimistic on this as eventually these costs will get absorbed and inflation, i hope, should fall back at some point in the future.

Posted at 16/3/2022 11:57 by km18
Anpario plc encompasses divisions producing and distributing natural feed additives for animal health, hygiene and nutrition. As a result, the firm is segmented into two business regions: UK and Eire, where natural feed additive products are effectively manufactured to agricultural markets. Consequently, it implies that this plausible and enriching initiative enabled the firm to derive competitive advantage since Anpario’ s natural feed additive products for animal health, hygiene and nutrition are intuitively aimed at a niche market. Given the growing demand for the firm’s products, revenue hiked 9% to £33.4m and thereby profit before tax leapt to £5.7m in 2021, leading to a Basic Earnings per shares rally of 11% to 22.92p from 20.63p in 2020. Given the attractive profitability, the firm’s EV/EBITDA soared to 15.14, signifying that the firm captured intrinsic value. Subsequently, Anpario’s P/FCF stood at 37.3, meaning that operating, investing, and financing activities are efficiently funded, hence the firm adopted a conservative working capital policy to continue as a going concern. Despite the robust financial prospects, the firm’s stock price is undervalued, illustrated by its low P/E ratio of 22.4x, which is below the consumer staples P/E ratio of 27.31x, hence it is cheaply available for investors to buy the stock. Therefore, Anpario is trading at a discount with respect to its peers and is likely to surge in value since its P/B stands at 3x.

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Posted at 02/3/2022 19:02 by nivison
Not sure whether this drop is linked to the trade volume or just part of the overall market reaction to the general bewildering nightmare that is unfolding in Ukraine.

Looking at the last full report about £3.5 million of revenue came from continental Europe as a whole. So just over 10% of total revenue. This wasn't broken down into countries as the report states that sales per country are not large enough to be material. That 10 % is spread over approx 30 countries. Sales were increasing in Belarus and Russia (double digit percentages) but seemingly from a very low base as far as I can tell. There are no wholly owned subsidiaries in the directly war affected countries with sales in the region presumably dealt with via the Turkey office. So I think that Anparios direct exposure to the appalling developments is thankfully very limited at the moment.

The uncertainty surrounding what on earth is going to happen next is the problem I think. Whatever happens to the share price these are trifling concerns when compared to the worries of Ukrainian population.

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