Share Name Share Symbol Market Type Share ISIN Share Description
Dekel Agri-vision Plc LSE:DKL London Ordinary Share CY0106502111 ORD EUR0.0003367 (DI)
  Price Change % Change Share Price Bid Price Offer Price High Price Low Price Open Price Shares Traded Last Trade
  0.00 0.0% 1.95 1.90 2.00 1.95 1.95 1.95 0.00 08:00:00
Industry Sector Turnover (m) Profit (m) EPS - Basic PE Ratio Market Cap (m)
Food Producers 18.8 -2.9 -0.9 - 8

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DateSubjectAuthorDiscuss
15/11/2019
19:12
Cpo at 680 now
loadsamonay
14/11/2019
15:12
Wedge forming on the chart, could break to the upside if this persistent seller clears... AIMMHO
gymratt
14/11/2019
14:33
I bought in again this pm and am now fully invested here. Both chadders and rivaldo must have those 'balls of steel' that sweenoid used to refer to on the IQE thread. We will see if the market catches up with what investors here suspect might happen given the current CPO price. As a side note - they stopped publishing my bakery magazine so no further posts in relation to that. GLA
mr doughnut1
12/11/2019
22:55
Cheers - that's 18-month highs now for the CPO price.
rivaldo
12/11/2019
16:01
CPO still rising now $679 tonne. https://www.rea.co.uk/websites/reaholdingsplc/English/2450/cpo-price.html
chadders
12/11/2019
10:39
Best bid/ask on show is 1.9p v 2.3p, with almost the full ask being paid at 2.29p. All as I type. f
fillipe
11/11/2019
08:06
Price of CPO still shooting up today. Bought some more DKL first thing. Improvement in CPO will make a huge difference to their finances and ability to overcome any mishaps in the cashew launch. Looking good.
dropside
08/11/2019
12:40
CPO prices/futures are continuing to rocket today: Https://uk.investing.com/commodities/crude-palm-oil Not me chadders. Perhaps the MMs had the 233k that's just been reported on their books, and dropped the price a touch to accommodate it, who knows?
rivaldo
08/11/2019
08:07
Anyone have level 2? I can't quite understand days like yesterday when there a multiple buys but the price gets walked down. Today no trades and it's walked down again.
chadders
08/11/2019
07:58
A very useful insight. It all appears well managed and above all equitable.
chadders
08/11/2019
07:09
Cheers - here's the link: Https://www.rea.co.uk/websites/reaholdingsplc/English/2450/cpo-price.html Interesting post elsewhere setting out an email reply from DKL re CPO pricing. DKL will start to benefit from the sharp price in CPO prices from December onwards: "Dekeloil base price On 25th of each month the price of both CPO and what we pay for the FFB is communicated to all industry participants by AIPH. http://www.aiph.ci/ AIPH is a body with members from farmers, cooperatives, palm oil producers and refineries. We are a member and participate in all meetings The price of CPO is calculated from the USD CIF Rotterdam prices taking into account the previous 4 weeks prices This means it takes approximately 1 month to fully price in movements. So when prices are going up as they are now we will see full benefit from December and conversely when prices go down we get the better prices for an additional month There is a complex excel formula which works backwards from the AIPH CPO prices to work out the FFB cost. In general the calculation works to ensure fair prices for all and basically we share some of the pain on the down side and share some of the upside Market conditions do also play a role Prices can vary from the set AIPH price due to local market demand and supply. Typically in the low season we pay a premium for the FFB but we also achieve premiums on CPO sales. Typically at this time of the year in the low season our CPO premiums are about 10-15% above the set price. This is because there is not enough CPO to satisfy the refineries. The alternative for refiners is to import most likely from Asia and freight alone would cost them 10% plus premium so easier just to pay us In the high season prices tend to hold to the AIPH levels if harvest levels are typical. The one big breakaway was in 2018 when the very low high season created fierce competition for FFB which meant we had to pay higher prices which could not all be passed on".
rivaldo
07/11/2019
20:10
CPO uptrend continues, $665 per tonne (source: rea holdings)
chadders
07/11/2019
11:21
It's good to get confirmation that he thinks the higher prices will put the balance sheet in a much healthier position.
loadsamonay
07/11/2019
10:35
New podcast from the CEO talking about the rise in palm oil prices, why it's happened and the improving outlook going forward: Https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=yWNU6pxK39w
rivaldo
07/11/2019
10:22
https://www.nextoilrush.com/88e-partner-1b-premier-oil-north-slope-farmout-drilling-q1-2020/
costax1654x
06/11/2019
13:35
Moving up on every buy at present, this time after a 92k (£2k) buy.
rivaldo
06/11/2019
13:01
It's a bit unfortunate that DKL are in the low season, but if the price trend continues, it bodes really well for next year and the start of the high season. Important to remember Ayounan has a 70,000 tonne capacity.
chadders
06/11/2019
09:02
A £2k buy this morning has had a dramatic effect.....
rivaldo
04/11/2019
17:44
And the share price continues to fall with every RNS.
poleaxe
04/11/2019
14:03
Apologies that's $100 on 35000 which is $3.5 m
chadders
04/11/2019
11:51
Breakeven at approx $550. The current CPO price is $130 a tonne higher. That would be an additional $ 4m plus revenue on 35000 tonnes produced most of which would drop through to the bottom line. This price trend is very significant. DYOR etc
chadders
01/11/2019
14:44
Just bought in again 150000 (showing as a sell) Still not the most fashionable place to invest but the mood music seems to be getting more positive, esp with the rise in the CPO Price.
mr doughnut1
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