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Dekeloil 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
  -0.075p -2.27% 3.225p 3.15p 3.30p 3.30p 3.225p 3.30p 838,150 14:57:11
Industry Sector Turnover (m) Profit (m) EPS - Basic PE Ratio Market Cap (m)
Food Producers 26.9 1.5 0.0 - 9.59

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DateSubjectAuthorDiscuss
03/12/2018
21:09
When you think of all the products containing Pam Oil. Bread. pizza bases. shampoo. Chocolate’s. Makeup. icecream. Crisps. Biscuits and many more. Worrying about deforestation has done this product A massive injustice. Nobody thinks of all the fields that had to be cleared of trees to produce crops like corn,wheat and Barely. If it wasn’t for The do-gooders moaning this share price would be double if not triple what it is now. Maybe if this company agreed to plant some trees to compensate the worries we would see a far greater future for DKL.
jammyjim
03/12/2018
17:53
Nice rise today, lets see what the rest of the week brings. More from the bakery magazine - Exports continue to fall which was to be expected after buyers taking advantage of zero export tax in September. For October exports were down in the region of 30%. Palm Oil is now trading at a big discount to Soybean oil and the spread to Gas Oil has also reached a mark that should attract demand. If any one on this thread could find a reliable source of information on the Cashew market it would be appreciated. Regards Mr d.
mr doughnut1
28/11/2018
08:39
Everybody loves cashew nuts so think of the demand for next Christmas and the one after that. You could also have a little Dipping pot of Palm oil if you fancied. I am sure this company will grow in the future but it is going to take time.
jammyjim
01/11/2018
11:21
what with, a placing to save the company?
ntv
01/11/2018
11:06
Indeed mr d1. Patience will be rewarded methinks.
chadders
31/10/2018
18:11
More from bakery magazine - 'Palm Oil went completely against the trend set out by other oils and actually fell late September. Better production and poor demand have weighed on the market for some time now but China have started to reverse some of their Palm Oil business and Malaysia have reduced their export tax to 0%. Exports did break the one million tonne mark for the first time in four months' the interesting bit comes at the end 'Shipping margins do not look good at the moment so product is not moving which could lead to some supply issues towards the end of October' This is only one persons opinion with data support form Mintec. Good News today chadders. Regards Mr d.
mr doughnut1
31/10/2018
07:53
Definitely light at the end of the tunnel.
chadders
10/10/2018
14:00
This is getting progressively worse luckily I wasn’t in for much unless this makes a turn I’m out at 2p.
jammyjim
10/10/2018
06:13
I doubt that More likely suspension Last one here switch the lights out
ntv
10/10/2018
06:11
Finally some light at the end of the tunnel.
chadders
08/10/2018
13:10
Thanks for that mr d
chadders
07/10/2018
14:39
First post on this thread - bought in on Friday, been watching for approx 16 months. I get a bakery magazine each month that provides a brief market report on commodity prices, data used provided by Mintec. 'Palm Oil continues to act like the oddball and go against the trend set out by competing oils as prices rose early September. Some of this rise is a correction which was anticipated due to the falling prices of recent weeks. Along with this the Indonesian market added some fuel to the fire by increasing their biodiesel mandates. The new demand is expected to equal 412,000 mt per month. A weak Malasian Ringgit and high energy prices gave further support.' I will keep the thread updated on all further reports. Regards Mr d.
mr doughnut1
24/9/2018
13:58
Ok rugs2, thanks
chadders
24/9/2018
09:18
Chadders. Don't think they are able buy at present Closed period. rgds
rugs2
24/9/2018
08:50
Thanks for the lse board link rivaldo. Seriously underwater with these at the moment but I'll keep adding a few as and when. Hopefully the Q3 update will reverse the downtrend. A couple of directors buying at these levels wouldn't go amiss either, but news of progress on any front would be good.
chadders
13/9/2018
07:00
Ah that will be the none existent dividend.
blue2guit
13/9/2018
06:50
Fairly dreadfull results. Though if the weather improves for a bumper crop next year it could be a bargain.
martinc
08/8/2018
15:39
Reckon someday they will get round to telling the pi's when they are going to pay the divi
poleaxe
08/8/2018
15:12
Thanks for that cyfran 101. Modest valuation at 12p, nevertheless plenty of upside from here.
chadders
07/8/2018
16:42
VSA capital's tuppence... hxxp://www.proactiveinvestors.co.uk/columns/vsa-capital-market-movers/29981/vsa-capital-market-movers-dekeloil-public-limited-londkl-29981.htmls
cyfran101
27/7/2018
14:02
Interesting that the cashew project has no company owned cashew acreage associated with the project. Cashew trees seem to grow easily in the tropics. Maybe later?
cyfran101
26/7/2018
08:00
Agree with your sentiment rivaldo. Potential for a big turn around. Will hold and continue to add.
chadders
25/7/2018
15:45
looking like a train wreck to me Riv. Admittedly, not often you get it wrong but, this one looks in trouble
mattjos
23/7/2018
12:51
Hi Mattjos. IMO the main product is actually working reasonably well for them, but they've been undermined by typical resource company factors like (1) the commodity price, (2) local FFB availability and (3) production/new machinery issues. (3) has already been overcome, (2) looks like it will be, and (1)....well, who knows when. Certainly CPO prices aren't too healthy at present. The move into cashews is simply leveraging their local knowledge and reputation onto a product which is already well recognised in the country and where demand globally is going up and up. It looks a good move and healthy diversification to me. Remember that DKL is already expanding its CPO operations at Guitry. There are so few CPO independent producers left that DKL will probably be taken over at some point if it continues to fail to produce improved returns. In the meantime, the share price has fallen to a level where I can't see too much downside, but can over time see large upside after say a good couple of quarters of production and/or decent achieved sale prices. EDIT - looking like I'm wrong re the downside :o((
rivaldo
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