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
  -0.15 -6.0% 2.35 791,710 13:33:57
Bid Price Offer Price High Price Low Price Open Price
2.20 2.50 2.50 2.25 2.50
Industry Sector Turnover (m) Profit (m) EPS - Basic PE Ratio Market Cap (m)
Beverages 2.78 -5.37 -0.02 8
Last Trade Time Trade Type Trade Size Trade Price Currency
13:33:54 O 125,000 2.30 GBX

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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 2.50p.
East Imperial Plc has a 4 week average price of 2.20p and a 12 week average price of 2.20p.
The 1 year high share price is 20.25p while the 1 year low share price is currently 2.20p.
There are currently 338,171,013 shares in issue and the average daily traded volume is 447,562 shares. The market capitalisation of East Imperial Plc is £7,947,018.81.
goodapple: It's certainly not creating many laughs for holders at present, although it should be said that the shape of EI's share price graph lately mirrors that of Fevertree. Just how long does it take to select a bottling partner in the USA?
sam 4224: In talking to those who handled the float, their was clearly disagreement over focus of effort and pace of expansion. Those directors have now left and are not associated with the company. Therefore my belief is they are selling the shares they got cheap. Certainly at the board meeting the Chairman made very clear the emphasis on focus. And I am impressed with his ability of turning around companies. New Look the prime example. I would much rather one step taken properly rather than two steps and then retreat. No one of course really knows for certain but I am hopeful that as positive news starts to come out so the share price will begin to move forward. As mentioned I have bought more today so fingers crossed ! Sam
davethechef: The Fevertree articles, recently posted & other non-company specific articles, does suggest encouragingly that there is excellent demand for tonics. On East Imperial's own website in last 24 hours they've mentioned a new awsrd winning grapefruit soda they've produced. I've been averaging down lately, but still bought majority much higher price so not so good at Present!
sam 4224: Just seen todays figures. plus 900,000 buys, sells 56000. And the share price falls . Farcical
sam 4224: Hi seagreen, no apologies required and thank you for the useful info. I got an email from Tony out of the blue thanking me for the questions I submitted at the recent podcast and which were in fact addressed. He also kindly organised a hard copy of the annual report for me and indeed attendance at the agm June 1 . Whilst I am very grateful to him for this I also strongly feel as CEO he should leave communication with in the great scheme of things minor shareholders (although not to us) to his team whilst he concentrates on delivering the key business drivers and achieving a badly needed recovery to the share price. I hope this doesn't sound too ungrateful. The USA now seems key to me. If that does not draw fairly positive results then I think there may be problems ahead. Given inflation,shipping, and their location they simply MUST get to a local manufacture position. Otherwise a New Zealand based manufacturing company is just not going to succeed and in thinking of it I think the number of NZ companies that have done really well internationally is limited. I am more than happy to be corrected by our NZ friends on that one. Post the agm will put my feedback up here. Best regards from a sunny day in Suffolk
seagreen: hibberts all I was told was that the broker knew where the sells were coming but the third party would not put them in touch with the seller to buy the stock for interested parties. I would be kind of surprised if the seller was Rabindra as he is an experienced man and would know he could get the best price by speaking to the house broker. BEst guess was it was a pre ipo holder buy no idea currently. Recently there has also been a lot of turmoil in the markets so people have been forced to sell holdings to protect their key holdings which may or may not be the reason. In the mean time I am building back my long term holding to where it once was on a what Ican afford to hold basis. Of course some idiot may have been spread betting and got margin called which always ends in tears. (75% of spread betters lose money and blow up it is not in the small print but they are ruthless. Once you have got burnt you never touch spread betting again! (cough splutter)
sam 4224: No problem, somewhere there is a very serious player getting out of this which is keeping the share price down.Another 250,000 sale this morning. Former directors or the guy who tried to buy out the company ? Any thoughts anyone ?
davethechef: That's me over-and-out for a while now; until further news. I haven't sold any, & hope to be in a position to buy a few more soon. I remain confident of the eventual success here & a much higher share price/market capital. GLA
davethechef: 9. East Imperial (EISB): 10p Target 25p To say a company is going to be “the next” this or that is normally a punchy thing to say. However, in the case of premium beverages group East Imperial, this looks as though it is more than merited. It came to market in July with a market cap of £30m, which compares to Fevertree (FEVR), the premium drink mixers giant at £3bn. The latter made its way to being a giant killer in the space, largely through the genius of its distribution. What could be the big win for East Imperial is to go one step ahead of Fevertree, and really crack the American market, and this is what bulls of the shares are backing it to do. What has been interesting is that since listing in July we have gone through a requisition, something which beefed up the board. The new management experience which is blue chip via New Look and M&S, now puts everything in place for the company to achieve a rollout as good or better than Fevertree has achieved. At the current modest market cap, the market has not factored in more than a fraction of the group’s potential. hxxps:// Now ofcourse, he's not always right, but news on the U.S bottling producer & the U.K launch should put this into recovery. Admittedly, a chunk of money has been spent but the management are confident on success & have enough cash.
robertjt: Been buying into Eisb this week. Like what they're doing but waiting for the right time/price.... Which I feel is now. Further top up just now
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