Share Name Share Symbol Market Type Share ISIN Share Description
Eco Animal Health Group Plc LSE:EAH London Ordinary Share GB0032036807 ORD 5P
  Price Change % Change Share Price Bid Price Offer Price High Price Low Price Open Price Shares Traded Last Trade
  -9.00 -3.61% 240.00 234.00 246.00 249.00 238.00 249.00 9,387 10:18:44
Industry Sector Turnover (m) Profit (m) EPS - Basic PE Ratio Market Cap (m)
Pharmaceuticals & Biotechnology 74.6 15.2 17.6 13.6 162

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DateSubjectAuthorDiscuss
12/2/2020
14:09
Made me think of EAH https://www.ft.com/content/ae682f6d-4a9c-4216-b5ea-e59a2a54ad85
cerrito
07/2/2020
09:06
Chickens at risk "Hundreds of millions of chickens at risk of being wiped out with much of China locked down due to virus" https://www.cnbc.com/2020/02/06/millions-of-chickens-at-risk-amid-china-lockdowns-due-to-coronavirus.html what likely impact on pigs which consume far more than chickens and then a knock-on impact on Eco - Also with travel and delivery lock-downs what impact on Eco sales - Looks like a possible lose - lose position - Surprised no rns from company on China position.
pugugly
04/2/2020
16:03
I presume the fall is due to the Corona impact .....
hatfullofsky
30/1/2020
10:21
yep seems to be holding up well considering the news but cannot breach the 262p resistence so might well fall back
waldron
30/1/2020
10:13
Somewhat surprised that the share price has held up here given what is going on in China and let#s hope that they have collected all their extended receivables.
cerrito
30/1/2020
09:30
30 January 2020 ECO Animal Health Group plc (the "Group") (AIM: EAH) Marketing Authorisation in Indonesia ECO Animal Health Group plc, is pleased to announce that its subsidiary ECO Animal Health Limited (ECO) has received a marketing authorisation from the Ministry of Agriculture, Directorate General of Livestock and Animal Health of the Republic of Indonesia. The agreement is for the use of Aivlosin(R) water soluble granules in chickens laying eggs for human consumption, with a zero day drug withdrawal period for eggs. This approval has been granted under the Group's other brand name Valosin(R). Aivlosin(R) , ECO's patented antimicrobial, is used under veterinary prescription for the treatment of a variety of economically important respiratory and enteric (gut) diseases in poultry and pigs. Marc Loomes, CEO of ECO Animal Health Group plc, commented "Indonesia is ranked the number one market in Southeast Asia, and eighth globally, for laying bird numbers. Although the market is currently somewhat fragmented, we expect this to change in the future. It is key that the consumption of Aivlosin provides a zero day drug withdrawal period for eggs which is a significant competitive advantage for ECO. This latest approval demonstrates ECO's continued progress in rolling out this indication for commercial layers."
waldron
30/1/2020
09:29
Peel Hunt Buy 460.00 - Reiterates
waldron
08/1/2020
10:37
Thanks AuDigger. I note the original patents were filed in 2001 so expiry in 2021. However, their comments on manufacturing difficulty may make generic copies less likely.
wjccghcc
08/1/2020
07:40
With regards to the patent, I had some email exchange with the Directors on this back in 2016. Here are the responses I received: "Our patents vary in length around the world and are usage ones for the molecule Tylvalosin. Many have been submitted jointly with University of Cambridge’s dept of Pathology and Virology. Their average expiry is just under 20 years. Aivlosin is VERY difficult and expensive to produce in pure form and we have not been bothered by any illegal tries to copy it" "Patents in the animal health sector typically last up to twenty years. Numerous disease indication and use IP protection remains in place for Aivlosin┬« and ECO actively seeks to add to its portfolio of patents.Whilst it may be possible for generic companies to produce for the for the less regulated markets, the drug is extremely complex and thus expense to manufacture. ECO has also filed very narrow product specifications with the relevant regulatory authorities. Aivlosin┬« has been trademarked and strongly branded."
audigger
07/1/2020
21:17
Thanks Aimingupward - I can't say they all go like this! Spread was massive when I bought but also seems to have tightened up over the last few days. Would like to know what is driving this rally - shorts closing? Either way this was pretty highly rated before the fall and animal health is a really popular sector for investors right now. Hard to find a stock in the US with animal health interests below 40x earnings. I have heard lots of news about China re-stocking herds so would imagine farmers would take even further precautions going forward to protect their animals from illness. Hope for a continued share price rise rest of the week and beyond! Good luck all holders
jimbob49
07/1/2020
20:33
Could the worst be over and we are now heading towards the 300p resistence Https://www.marketscreener.com/ECO-ANIMAL-HEALTH-GROUP-P-4003649/
maywillow
07/1/2020
20:16
Something appears to be going on. Just my luck!
topvest
07/1/2020
13:40
Nice to see a decent amount of buying today and the share price improving well in response. You did well to enter when you did Jimjohn.
aimingupward2
07/1/2020
08:53
When does the Aivlosin patent expire?
wjccghcc
03/1/2020
16:53
Just bought a small tranche today at 215p. I understand the negativity as most here are probably longer term holders sitting on some heavy losses. I don’t think a p/e valuation is the correct way of looking at this stock. Yes earnings have plummeted but looking at sales they have remained relatively flat, a imagine a business already has the distribution network in the same geographies and connections with customers. They can buy a product that does 50m in sales for 2.5-3x that amount. An acquisition at 3x sales for a simple intergration is unheard of. To me this is the perfect commodity play, ASF won’t last forever.. the Chinese love pork and will completely re shape their country in order to produce it. Hefty upside on trade deal or any news of the disease abating. The hog herd has been mostly culled. Viruses don’t spread as quickly when 60% of their hosts numbers have reduced compared to full capacity. That’s my 2 cents..
jimjohn101
02/1/2020
13:45
346k buy just went through
hatfullofsky
02/1/2020
12:58
It was priced in, the big fall was with the Nov update where they predicted a 60% decline in China, the reported decline was 53% with some great growth elsewhere.Somebody is building a position. Well so am I but at a lot smaller scale
hatfullofsky
31/12/2019
13:56
Yes, fortunately there is a buyer in the background to lower the pain for all involved. With interims like these, often the price would be down 50%.
topvest
31/12/2019
12:20
Indeed! Over £1.1 million. Somebody is confident of a decent measure of recovery then.
aimingupward2
31/12/2019
12:14
Huge buy just gone through
hatfullofsky
31/12/2019
12:07
I suspect it was more about delaying the accounts until the last minute to get as much clarity on the accounting restatements as possible.
wjccghcc
31/12/2019
12:06
I agree that very tacky for any company to put out the interim results on the last possible day-even more when that is New Year eve. The company would say that the results are in line with the Nov 11 trading statement and they needed the maximum time to bed down all the accounting adjustments, which suggest that they were time consuming and quite extensive. I do not see myself buying more-I have messed up here at least in the short term and have more than is good for me. Nor do I see myself selling. This is a candidate for a takeover especially at the current FX rate. They have done well ex China and the US and they are right to say that there will continue to be maximum political focus in China to get pork prices down-no doubt by a combination of increased imports and domestic production. I do ask myself how long it will take to reverse their price discounting in the US and continue to fret as to what would happen if ASF reaches the Americas.I recognize the receivables risk in China. I am mystified as to the dividend suspension. I can well understand why they did suspend but am not sure if they have thought through the message that people will pick up. I know nothing about the Chairman and hope that he has both the leadership skills and decisiveness including ing if necessary to replace the CEO. I do not see the share price getting to 460p any time soon and will in the near term meander in a 185//220 zone. I need to go through the figures closely.
cerrito
31/12/2019
10:00
No, I won't - it was the right thing to do and £2 is a pretty good result after these awful results put out on 31 December. Never trust a management team that try and bury dismal reports at this time of year. I regret not selling out in the £4 zone, to be honest. Its been a car crash for a couple of years now and I need to improve my sell discipline on winners that go wrong! For me the real sell signal is caused primarily by pulling the dividend even though they have been profitable and have a large cash balance. That is a vey bearish signal and is more important than the vaguely upbeat noises that you can't really trust them on anyway, given their past comments! This will be a 3 year recovery play now. The only near term upside is the potential for a bid. Probably worth £200-250m, but that's unlikely until the ASF position improves. Anyway, will keep watching. I would buy for recovery at a sub-£100m valuation possibly but I would like management changes. However, I am not sure that I trust management and particularly the CEO. It's obvious why the new Chairman left after 6m now - he gave lots of comments about improving corporate governance, only to find out a few week's later that his lovely glossy annual report was materially incorrect on all the numbers! Peter Lawrence was more trustworthy in my view. I should have sold when he left abruptly! Anyway, a good learning point for me and will try and work it into my investment process for 2020 as this has happened on Fulcrum and ECO Animal Health in 2019 and I shouldn't have let it!
topvest
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