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Share Name Share Symbol Market Type Share ISIN Share Description
East Imperial Plc LSE:EISB London Ordinary Share GB00BMZ1ND56 ORD 1P
  Price Change % Change Share Price Shares Traded Last Trade
  0.00 0.0% 11.00 6,018 08:00:26
Bid Price Offer Price High Price Low Price Open Price
10.50 11.50 11.00 11.00 11.00
Industry Sector Turnover (m) Profit (m) EPS - Basic PE Ratio Market Cap (m)
Beverages 33
Last Trade Time Trade Type Trade Size Trade Price Currency
08:45:00 O 6,018 10.90 GBX

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30/11/2021
08:20
East Imperial Daily Update: East Imperial Plc is listed in the Beverages sector of the London Stock Exchange with ticker EISB. The last closing price for East Imperial was 11p.
East Imperial Plc has a 4 week average price of 10.75p and a 12 week average price of 10.75p.
The 1 year high share price is 20.25p while the 1 year low share price is currently 8.25p.
There are currently 298,990,635 shares in issue and the average daily traded volume is 346,606 shares. The market capitalisation of East Imperial Plc is £32,888,969.85.
26/11/2021
15:00
davethechef: Ta for that seagreen. Similarly, took a few more 13.5k at 11.20p. I just feel/ believe we should be near the bottom & in the long term this will be seen as an astute top-up price & will be much higher once the present board shenighans are out of the way & positive news on sales, progress continues.
18/11/2021
17:22
seagreen: The maximum period is 21 days from the notice (15th November)to convene and then a maximum of 28 days from the date of convenying as per the RNS, which would impllly the worst case would be circa 3rd January 2022. If they wait that long they will lose any remaining dwindling support and the resolution will be unanimous due to the pig headed and naive behaviour of the Chairman and his co Non Executive Directors. The Chairman and the Non Executive board potentialy are in danger of facing or could face a class action from shareholders against their behaviour and potential misuse of company funds imho and prime facie the board does not understand UK company law, which says it all. I can not see how the Chairman can prevent a simple majority approving the resolution, shareholders are fed up and even if the Chairman found a white knight to buy out Dr Reagan and Taylor Partners a) it would be turned down and b) the shareholders would now still want them to resign due to their appalling mishandling of the situation. He is a Non-Executive Chairman and Funke is a Non-Executive Director (with a legal background, which makes it worse) I am confused that the board does not understand Company Law. Certainly the enigmatic Toby Haywood does if he choses to obey it. Do they honestly think that by carrying on a recruitment process for a "suitable" replacement or additional Non Executive Director and burying their heads in the sand will make this go away. They are totally deluded the majority of sharehoders have had their faith in the Non Executive Board destroyed by their own stupidity and ignorance of Company Law. It stinks of them protecting their Non Executive remuneration and/or share options rather than acting in the best interest of the shareholders and the company. Two of Warren Buffets famous quotes come to mind "It takes 20 years to build a reputation and five minutes to ruin it. If you think about that, you'll do things differently." “I will tell you how to become rich. Close the doors. Be fearful when others are greedy. Be greedy when others are fearful.” I hope they see sense and not put their sharehoders through any further misery.
18/11/2021
15:09
davethechef: Seagreen, Thank you for that link, from the 12th. Quite some detailed insight & concern from Taylor Patners. It's all getting rather messy ; unsettling, especially to the share price( which they mention) ten minutes or so ago one could sell AND buy for 12p! When is this EGM expected to take place?
10/11/2021
11:14
phil188: Don't get it, either. What seems like good news to me causes the share price to fall. Am staying in for the long-term, as I think this is s good brand and management team. Also, the working of the market in the short-term has always baffled me!
10/11/2021
09:14
davethechef: Apparently East Imperial launches today on Amazon USA. According to posts on LSE. Disappointing Share price lately. Can now buy for 14.40p. Looks attractive to me, with all the recent news & future looking positive. Strange thing the markets & reactions, sometimes. Has there been whispers of a placing; who knows!?!
11/10/2021
09:54
fred162: 29 September 2021 East Imperial plc ("East Imperial" or the "Company") Shareholder Update The Board of East Imperial, the global purveyor of ultra-premium beverages, has recently received a proposal from Mr Andrew Regan, who purports to be acting on behalf of some of the Company's shareholders, which the Company understands he has now also shared with various other shareholders of the Company. Central to Mr Regan's proposal is the appointment of two new non-executive directors that he has identified and for one such director to replace the Chairman on the grounds that the Board is "lacking cohesiveness" and "requisite PLC experience". The Company strongly disputes these claims. However, in light of the fact that they have been shared with shareholders of the Company directly, the Board feels obliged to reiterate the following to affected shareholders, together with all other shareholders of the Company: 1. The Company has a well-functioning, cohesive Board, which is dedicated to supporting the executive team, led by Tony Burt, CEO & Co-Founder, to grow the business and deliver significant value for all shareholders. 2. The Company has recently announced strong trading and a positive outlook in a trading update on 13 September 2021. This announcement highlighted the significant progress that is being made, with revenue growth up 60% in the first half (as compared to 2020) and good progress driving sales through retail and direct-to-consumer (DTC) channels which are expected to make up a more meaningful source of revenue over the remainder of this year and into 2022. 3. The Company has a clear growth strategy. This positive progress is enabling the Company to improve efficiencies and explore several manufacturing and distribution options which will support the scaling up of the business. In addition to the growth in sales through the Company's retail and DTC channels, the Company is also engaged in substantive conversations with major distributors in the US and in Asia and will provide a further update on this progress as soon as these have concluded. 4. The value of the Company has risen over 80% since listing, reflecting the positive progress being made, from 10 pence per share on 19 July 2021 to 18.75 pence per share at close on 28 September 2021. The Board does recognize that, as the Company develops, it may be beneficial to add additional Boardroom experience and capabilities. In such circumstances, the Board would look to undertake a thorough selection process to identify the best candidates to fulfil any roles. However, in the Board's view Mr Regan's chosen candidates appear to have little or no recent PLC experience or expertise in the premium beverage sector. Furthermore, his comments on the effectiveness of the Board are not supported by the Company's performance and risk damaging the very positive progress that is being made. Ends
14/9/2021
18:19
gipps: Fever tree results out tomorrow will be interesting to see if they have any effect on the share price of this company. Any thoughts ?
01/9/2021
14:20
davethechef: Źźźzzzzz...sorry you didn't get in at a cheaper price!?! All early days still though. Looking very perky to me & in demand. But everyone entitled to their own opinions.
27/8/2021
10:42
marktime1231: EISB is a FEVR me-too, share price doing rather well. Describes itself as a purveyor of "ultra-premium" mixers and beverages. Ugh! Well done to everyone who spotted this one coming.
27/8/2021
10:23
davethechef: Took a few more on the dip before 9am at mid, 13.25p. Buying now is a good idea because this is just the start of a increasing growth stock, with a range of products well in demand, and will continue to be so; as demonstrated by today's impressive & excellent news & continued progress. Sharesesker , on the Lse discussion site, has outlined his views, impressively & I concur. This share reminds me a little of Agronomics, in its early days, in regard to being under the radar, with P.I's then multi-bagged, once an impressive growth strategy took off & greater investors bought in.
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