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Share Name Share Symbol Market Type Share ISIN Share Description
Devro Plc LSE:DVO London Ordinary Share GB0002670437 ORD 10P
  Price Change % Change Share Price Bid Price Offer Price High Price Low Price Open Price Shares Traded Last Trade
  +0.50p +0.24% 211.00p 211.00p 212.50p 211.00p 211.00p 211.00p 1,228 08:01:54
Industry Sector Turnover (m) Profit (m) EPS - Basic PE Ratio Market Cap (m)
Food Producers 253.4 17.5 7.5 28.1 352.26

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DateSubjectAuthorDiscuss
22/12/2009
15:27
I see DVO selling at £1.45-£1.55 approx by results as I have previously posted. Far more likely to be closer to £1.55 imv.
essentialinvestor
20/12/2009
17:34
IC. SMALL SHARES BIG FUTURE ? Nice little write up this week Devro is forecast to improve revenues by 21% this year to £221.4m (£15.3m in 2008). Eps is estimated to increase by 23% to 10.1p (buy)
pitball
16/12/2009
10:59
Plent of time for that Scapman, I would much prefer a slow steady rise. Mid Jan onwards within orbit of results is most likely when you will see large moves imo.
essentialinvestor
16/12/2009
10:56
well that was a very brief peep at 140 , thought it was well on the way for a serious breakout,
scrapman
16/12/2009
09:59
Not really much volume trded here
phillis
16/12/2009
09:39
I really hope that did not happen to many yesterday. When Devro Directors are snapping up the shares left right and centre, you want to hold on to yours tightly imo.
essentialinvestor
15/12/2009
18:24
Phillis bet a few got shook today what do you reckon?
cr4zyness
15/12/2009
18:20
Directors continuing to buy Devro shares as announced today. I thought we had broken to new higher ground with two consecutive closes abover £1.35 pence a share, interesting to watch the price action over the next week or so.
essentialinvestor
15/12/2009
17:57
The non Execs have just signed off on next year's budgets and guess what - they like what they see!
phillis
15/12/2009
14:07
Shuisky - why are you shy?
phillis
11/12/2009
11:58
Definate breakout if it closes over 135 on the mid price imv well clear of that at the moment.
essentialinvestor
10/12/2009
18:05
Looks like a breakout, tomorrow will confirm
essentialinvestor
08/12/2009
11:33
Shuisky You sound as though you were close to things Which side? The fact is the pension deficit position could not be reconciled between Buyer and Trustees(and PB with Hawkpoint at his side as always swiftly ended the discussions)
phillis
08/12/2009
10:08
A finish above £1.35 would be nice ;) free stock charts from www.advfn.com
cr4zyness
08/12/2009
09:29
CWK very strong this morning. Looks like Pork products are the place to be .
essentialinvestor
08/12/2009
08:19
It will have been substantially reduced in any case. Lets focus on the real reason to hold the shares. The No1 Globally in their Market and rapidly rising Global meat comsunption, particularly in China. £1.45 plus around results imv - and this may be too cautious. A Director spending neealy 50k of his hard earned cash just before the Close period - should clrealy signal the potential here.
essentialinvestor
08/12/2009
08:01
The pension fund is weighted towards equities so the recent rise would have benefitted them tremendously. Furthermore, a pension fund is a 'fund' and does not have to be paid off immediaterly like say fixed term debt. The talks were pulled off in 2007 NOT 'because they were unable to reach agreement over pension deficit', this implies that there was an issue with the quantum. It wasn't. AFAIUI, the issue was over the subordination of that debt given a leveraged takeover. The 'pension deficit' issue is a red herring IMHO.
shuisky
07/12/2009
10:35
In April 07 the Company called off talks with private equity bidder because they were unable to reach agreement over pension deficit http://www.investegate.co.uk/Article.aspx?id=200704131204448320U Nothing much has chnged on that front whilst operations have made substantial strides
phillis
06/12/2009
22:16
I backed this at flotation in the mid 1990's, so know the Company very well Even then DVO was very highly thought of. Always thought Prvate Equity may swoop at some point. I would prefer Devro to remain listed and prosper.
essentialinvestor
06/12/2009
21:53
I think you have invested wisely. Not a stellar/risky return but solid and much better than a savings account!
assagai
06/12/2009
21:35
Yes, I thought the meaning was crystal clear. I have bought 63,000 shares, may add some more.
essentialinvestor
06/12/2009
20:40
Essential - Although not clear I do take it you mean the defecit and not the dividend. Anybody else been to see the company at the new factory in Prague?
assagai
06/12/2009
12:21
My view is that it will be materially reduced on 12 months ago. A director has bought 50k 's worth and just before that Close period. Tells me all I need to know.
essentialinvestor
06/12/2009
12:14
Pension fund is clearly an issue, being a break on dividend increases Ass - glad you are not a trusteee of my pension fund
phillis
06/12/2009
08:37
Pension fund NOT an issue. If equity markets don't take care of it, interest rates will. Nice after market RNS Director buy!
assagai
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