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
  +3.00p +0.88% 345.00p 330.00p 360.00p 345.00p 345.00p 345.00p 4,223 07:31:25
Industry Sector Turnover (m) Profit (m) EPS - Basic PE Ratio Market Cap (m)
Pharmaceuticals & Biotechnology 74.6 15.2 17.6 19.6 233

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01/10/2016
10:47
The D Telegraph today looks at 6 British companies that 'could emulate the huge share price gains made by the tonic water maker Fever Tree'. EAH is picked out as one of them!! A bit ott, I would have thought, but a nice show of confidence anyway.
aimingupward2
20/9/2016
12:29
Thanks for that, Au.
aimingupward2
20/9/2016
11:53
Yes they do. They have their own manufacturing facility in China. I remember a number of rns releases a few years back when they were gmp acredited by FDA, Eu,Japan and others.
audigger
20/9/2016
10:02
Do they produce all their Aivlosin themselves, Au, or do they partially or wholly use contract manufacturers?
aimingupward2
20/9/2016
08:19
I guess another consideration is infrastructure. Assuming they have sufficient production capacity, then the large increase in sales appears to be being delivered by the existing infrastructure and therefore without too much additional cost. If regulators move towards selectively authorising molecules with a very low residue profile then Aivlosin may well be quite future prof assuming no issues with resistance. This has to be an attractive proposition for the bigger players in the sector.
audigger
19/9/2016
18:52
Peter Laurence commented at recent AGM that the first 5 months of year were significantly higher than previous year; also benefiting from Brexit / £Sterling fall with its +90% transactions in forex.
ettienne1951
19/9/2016
17:59
If exceptional costs start to unwind then I guess that could help anyway as you highlight
hydrus
19/9/2016
17:58
It's a high quality company which appears to have commenced a period of extended rapid growth. If profits are rising 40% plus then the PE isn't at all stretching.
hydrus
19/9/2016
17:03
JIGSAW47, on the iii site, says "Brokers have today reiterated a buy recommendation with a target price up from 450p to 550p but "continue to see significantly higher value as the business grows and given its strategic value." He also says "PE is the wrong measure to judge as it includes amortisation of the costs of regulatory approvals that are in reality a growing and substantial asset and increasingly so as sales accelerate." I suppose that's a sensible view. What do others think?
aimingupward2
17/9/2016
17:19
Yes, fantastic update. Just wish I'd bought more of these when I did at 93P. Oh well, at least I haven't sold any yet. May sell a few at some point relatively soon. I'd love to see a robust valuation of this company. We all know its great, but no idea how much it's really worth to a major.
topvest
17/9/2016
06:32
Great company here, well done Peter Lawrence and team! They have something very special! However how much longer can this company stay independent??? Particularly given the exchange rate makes it much cheaper for s foreign buyer......
smelleroo
16/9/2016
11:49
CHUCKLE GOOD LUCK ENJOY YOUR DAY AND WEEKEND
waldron
16/9/2016
11:45
Some rise today! I bought back in a few weeks ago at 425 and really didn't expect such a rise so soon. I now hold these in an ISA so will be keeping them for the long- haul for retirement......only 13 years to go!
audigger
16/9/2016
08:54
Substantial price rise this morning as a result of encouraging AGM statement re trading in the first 5 months and prospects of higher sterling profits given the weakness of the pound folowing the Brexit vote.
aimingupward2
13/8/2016
12:53
That's interesting and encouraging. Presumably it was responsible for the biggish buying a week ago. I don't have access to N+1 Singer's research notes - it requires a subscription. Do you have any more details please, Smelleroo? What I have seen, though, is that there is a broker forecast (Peel Hunt?) of 14.37 eps and dividend of 5.75p for the current year to March '17.
aimingupward2
11/8/2016
16:06
My broker has just informed me that n1 has issued a buy research paper on Eah with target price of 498p
smelleroo
10/8/2016
10:14
Whilst not specifically mentioning Eco, a recent report highlighting the future growth in animal healthcare.....inc diseases that transfer from animals to humans via product consumption hxxp://investdailynews.com/global-animal-healthcare-market-zoetis-merck-co-merial-limited-bayer-ag-novartis-animal-health-inc-virbac-sa/
smelleroo
08/8/2016
22:53
There was a 42% increase in eps in the year to end March '16. With the fall in the value of sterling and the greater market penetration this year, particularly in the important USA market, it seems likely that a further 50% or more could be achieved this year. All of which nicely supports the high rating, especially as there is strong cash generation - always good to see! Interestingly the year end report also contained the following re the net cash held: "The inventory figure also includes ?925,000 of expenditure on a property that the group has acquired for renovation and resale. Management expect that the return will far exceed the rates available on bank deposits and expect to repeat the exercise as suitable opportunities arise." Too true it will 'far exceed' bank interest given the latest bank rate reduction and a further one seeming likely in due course. So, part time property developers as well as animal health people. That's certainly very enterprising! If they get to be as good at that as they have been with the core business, that should add in a useful additional profit.
aimingupward2
08/8/2016
14:17
Exactly! Guess retail focus on more speculative opportunities but as you say mileage left here, plenty in fact I would say. Still reckon a growing North America business will lure an acquirer from there especially given growth and also exchange rate
smelleroo
08/8/2016
14:00
I guess so - and paying 440p! They must think there is some mileage left!
aimingupward2
08/8/2016
13:50
More institutional buying I presume here .......
smelleroo
08/8/2016
13:08
Not that I am complaining as like hidden gems! Just a decent company that seems off most people's radar bar institutions
smelleroo
08/8/2016
12:35
Yes,I agree. It seems to be a very reassuring share to hold.
aimingupward2
08/8/2016
11:02
Amazed how quiet this is! Great product, mainly overseas earner and very institutional shareholder register! Very exciting company that seems on no ones radar these days except a few city institutions
smelleroo
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