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 Shares Traded Last Trade
  0.00 0.0% 166.00 37,034 16:29:33
Bid Price Offer Price High Price Low Price Open Price
166.00 167.40 166.60 165.60 166.20
Industry Sector Turnover (m) Profit (m) EPS - Basic PE Ratio Market Cap (m)
Food Producers 250.00 -21.80 -24.80 277
Last Trade Time Trade Type Trade Size Trade Price Currency
16:44:52 O 14,908 166.00 GBX

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Date Time Source Headline
29/7/202013:12ALNCDevro's Interim Growth Stifled By Covid-19 And Coats Pinches CFO
29/7/202007:29ALNCFAlliance News Flash Headline
29/7/202007:01UKREGDevro PLC Directorate Change
30/6/202007:00UKREGDevro PLC Appointment of Corporate Broker
23/6/202009:23UKREGDevro PLC Holding(s) in Company
12/6/202008:27UKREGDevro PLC Director/PDMR Shareholding
15/5/202012:02UKREGDevro PLC Price Monitoring Extension
12/5/202011:06UKREGDevro PLC Director/PDMR Shareholding
30/4/202014:39UKREGDevro PLC Result of AGM
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Devro (DVO) Most Recent Trades

Trade Time Trade Price Trade Size Trade Value Trade Type
2020-08-06 15:44:52166.0014,90824,747.28O
2020-08-06 15:35:23166.00500830.00UT
2020-08-06 15:29:02166.0091151.06AT
2020-08-06 15:29:02166.0099164.34AT
2020-08-06 15:29:01166.0070116.20AT
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Devro Daily Update: Devro Plc is listed in the Food Producers sector of the London Stock Exchange with ticker DVO. The last closing price for Devro was 166p.
Devro Plc has a 4 week average price of 117.60p and a 12 week average price of 117.60p.
The 1 year high share price is 208p while the 1 year low share price is currently 117.60p.
There are currently 166,949,022 shares in issue and the average daily traded volume is 1,407,105 shares. The market capitalisation of Devro Plc is £277,135,376.52.
hybrasil: These director buys look like a real case of "c,mon lads we need to do something to support the share price" Looking at the chart this could fall back to sub 1£.
woodcutter: Viscofan (VIS) is highly illiquid with just 46m shares tightly held. It's share price has tripled in the last four years so any profit taking on such illiquidity is likely to have a reasonable impact on the share price. Volume yesterday 19380 shares traded. As always there's journalistic scaremongering. The BBC article while balanced isn't so conclusive on what is/isn't acceptable to consume, even WHO don't know. Why publish a piece on completely inconclusive research. Clearly if you eat 15 burgers and 5 packs of bacon a day then you've a problem, which is obviously not just related to your potential cancer risk. No ones trying to persuade you to invest, i have nothing more to add on the subject. wc
woodcutter: An example. At the end of april 2104 there was a share price drop and a gap down, i suspect some panic selling. The share price/indicator divergence at this time coupled with the candlestick reversal pattern was an extremely strong indicator that the share price would recover quickly, which it did. i accumulated heavily during this period. i really shouldn't try to justify the usefulness of it other than to try and enlighten others to it's possibilities, it works for me. "there are none so blind as those who will not see" wc
xandeebee: But still the share price barely moves.
essentialinvestor: Apologies, I could only find share price graphs going back 10 years. That makes the upside even greater than I thought in that case. A 2010 PER of approx 12 for the Global No1 in its Market, is way too low.
treble in 1999: Did the 2007 accounts show what the actual deficit was to the pension fund. I am still struggling to see how much has been charges to P&L. The other reserves rise significantly, and there is no note what these are, but the Retained earnings on the balance sheet actually drop £13m. So it may seem that the pension scheme costs are post bottom line, but then they are tax deductable, so no tax charge would arise. Would like to see the makeup of other reserves. Nice smallish director buy, they all seem to have been buying this year, so perhaps now these results are out, and better, then the market and institutions may start to add this to their portfolios and the share price rise accordingly. Divi yield seems good at these levels.
ydderf: 1.Simple conservatively managed business in food products = low beta share price 2.Dominates its markets 3.International sales - no worries about uk consumer 4.Recently discovered new international markets - eps will grow again, see what happened last time it was a growth stock, will be re-rated 5. Directors have bought shares consistently 6. Positive updates results due in a few weeks 7. 7 per cent yield, p/e of 10/11, so low rating '4' is the most important imho
balcony: Well at last this is on its way,The last few weeks we have had director buys, two of them quite large and no improvement in share price.
idioterna: I invested in Devro when the share price was very low (sub 50p), but traded out at 120 a couple of years ago. I have kept a watchful eye on the share price but have been put off by other factors.. I recently invested in a small scale production venture in Scandinavia but Devro never even bothered to reply to our mail.. at that point I realised the company lacked any ambition so it dropped off my watch-list. Apparently there is a bid... I hope they have more ambition than the prsent management.
besbury: Besbury, you tell me; I'm new to these parts! I take you are not aware of Devro's history. Briefly, Devro were born via a management buyout from Johnson & Johnson and obtained a listing on the LSE with an IPO in June 1993 @ 170p per share. The share price eventually climbed steadily to near 300p in the middle late nineties, when BSE occurred and the price dropped to around 215p. In January 1996 Devro made what turned out to be a disatrous decision when they bought a competitor in the USA named Teepak, who, in addition to manufacturing collagen, also had a Cellulose casings business. Following this purchase the share price climed briefly to a peak of a little over 500p. At that time also, Devro were forced by the US regulators to dispose of Devro USA, which was a most unfortunate consequence of the take-over of Teepak. In 1998 it became apparent that the Teepak Cellulose business was losing money hand over fist following a drastic fall in world-wide demand for these products. DVO were forced to issue several profit warnings, with the inevitable result. The share price collapsed, with the help of Foot & Mouth disease, to a low of about 40p. In the later part of 2001 Devro announced disposal arrangements for Devro/Teepak Cellulose business for £1m net. This resulted in DVO having to report an exeptional loss of of £55m and was without doubt the start of the recovery we have been observing for the last year or so. It would be about this time last year when it became apparent to DVO watchers that someone was buying big into this company. The news papers eventually flushed out the name "Acomita" as the purchaser.Acomita is now by far the biggest shareholder with more than 20m and was eventually linked to John Magnier, the Irish Race Horse owner with a large interest in Man United. I trust this helps and I think it just about brings us up to date with events so far. Regards B
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