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Eco Animal Health Group Plc LSE:EAH London Ordinary Share GB0032036807 ORD 5P
  Price Change % Change Share Price Shares Traded Last Trade
  0.00 0.0% 91.00 43,367 07:41:07
Bid Price Offer Price High Price Low Price Open Price
90.00 92.00 91.00 91.00 91.00
Industry Sector Turnover (m) Profit (m) EPS - Basic PE Ratio Market Cap (m)
Pharmaceuticals & Biotechnology 105.61 20.28 12.08 7.5 61
Last Trade Time Trade Type Trade Size Trade Price Currency
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Posted at 27/1/2023 08:20 by Eco Animal Health Daily Update
Eco Animal Health Group Plc is listed in the Pharmaceuticals & Biotechnology sector of the London Stock Exchange with ticker EAH. The last closing price for Eco Animal Health was 91p.
Eco Animal Health Group Plc has a 4 week average price of 90p and a 12 week average price of 82.50p.
The 1 year high share price is 239p while the 1 year low share price is currently 82.50p.
There are currently 67,517,126 shares in issue and the average daily traded volume is 65,795 shares. The market capitalisation of Eco Animal Health Group Plc is £61,440,584.66.
Posted at 13/1/2023 12:37 by pugugly
Not looking good - So keeping powder dry.
"The average price of live hogs had fallen to CNY15.36 (USD2.27) per kilogram on Jan. 10, almost half the record high set in the middle of October of CNY28 (USD4.10) per kg, according to pork trading information site Soozhu.

While the average price of lean pork slumped 12.9 percent in the week ended Jan. 6 from the week before to CNY20.05 (USD2.97) per kg, according to the ministry. This was also a 0.9 percent year on year dip.

The hog-corn price ratio fell to 5.93:1 in the week ended Jan. 6, below the breakeven point of 6:1, meaning that pig breeders are now losing money, according to the latest monitoring data from the National Development and Reform Commission. The larger the ratio, the more profit for the pig farmers, but the smaller the figure, the less they are earning."

https://www.yicaiglobal.com/news/price-of-pork-falls-in-china-as-market-glut-fails-to-clear-in-run-up-to-lunar-new-year-break

Posted at 09/1/2023 13:54 by boonkoh
Still time for the read across. EAH and ANP have low investor followings, so will take time for indirect news to hit EAH. I expect a gradual decline over the next few days.Cases in China and consumer sentiment indicators look poor, and we're now only two weeks away from CNY. Looks like muted celebrations, Lower pork consumption, and a general price depression and glut to linger.
Posted at 09/1/2023 09:10 by cerrito
Given the ANP news this morning especially with reference to China was expecting a slight fall here but of course the current EAH share price has alot of bad-even if transitory - news baked in.
Posted at 30/11/2022 15:28 by aimingupward2
Encouraging to read that the CEO roughly doubled his holding in EAH yesterday, adding 20,334 shares at 98p.
Posted at 24/11/2022 08:07 by waldron
Dividend

The Board recognises the value of dividends to shareholders and balancing the need for prudent management of cash resources as well as funding the exciting pipeline of new products. It has however decided that the best use of the Group's cash is in the new product development initiatives and accordingly no dividend is recommended at the current time.

Auditors

The Company announced on 14 November 2022 that BDO resigned as auditors to the Group and we are delighted to have appointed Haysmacintyre LLP to be the Group's auditors. Transitionary arrangements are underway, and we look forward to their first audit for the year ending 31 March 2023.

Change of advisers

The Group also announces that from 23 November 2022, Singer Capital Markets and Investec, will be retained and will act as the Group's nominated adviser and joint broker, and joint broker, respectively.

Outlook

The China pork price has improved from less than CNY13/kg in March 2022 to in excess of CNY27/kg by the end of October 2022. This increase in pork price prompted the Ministry of Agriculture to release frozen pork onto the market ahead of the National Day on 1 October - the first time it has done so during 2022. The Group has experienced improving trading conditions in China with October's revenue greater than any other month recorded during this financial year. Whilst this is a promising start to the second half, we remain cautious on China's revenue recovery until January 2023 and the period of strong pork demand associated with Chinese New Year and national holidays. The containment policy in relation to COVID also provides short term reason to be cautious regarding pork demand.

We expect continuing growth in our markets outside of China. Seasonally occurring disease is anticipated to drive demand in the second half of the financial year. This seasonal effect, together with expected stronger trading in China in our fourth quarter is expected to result in the customary second half weighting to our revenue. In the event Sterling weakness continues, this would provide further upside in revenue opportunity. Cost control in relation to manufacturing costs has served us well during 2022 and we are cautiously optimistic in relation to the 2023 contractual price negotiations.

The Board is excited about the continuing results from our new product development programme and we look forward to providing an update at a Capital Markets Day in the first quarter next year.

We look forward with cautious optimism to reporting the full year numbers in line with market expectations.

Dr Andrew Jones

Posted at 30/10/2022 07:46 by cerrito
Thanks simon gordon for that v good article and I would encourage others to read it. I have been thinking on the same lines and no doubt Kemi B and her colleagues in the UK Trade ministry are pondering this. If things do pan out as suggested in the article, the UK will need to revisit its decisions ref the single market.
That all said it has limited relevance to EAH. If indeed the concerns of the US Admiral are borne out and there is Chinese military activity on Taiwan which provokes sanctions (either trade or financial) where does that leave EAH given that the secret sauce for Aivlosin is made in China as I understand it??

Posted at 28/10/2022 10:33 by cerrito
I have for me important holdings in 2 AIM companies whose share prices are struggling and for whom China is important and indeed both companies are making investments there.
One is EAH an agtech business with a long track record in China and whose business is improving pig health which will help keep pork prices low- a key issue for the CCP. The other is CWR which is in a start up phase in China and in partnership with an important Chinese company. It is in the clean tech business and will have the effect of reducing urban pollution-another key issue for the CCP.
I have been aware of the Chinese country risk but given both companies’ activities are in line with CCP policy I have been relaxed.
Given all the recent noise about a possible invasion of Taiwan(although I note that the comments on Taiwan to the Congress last week were muted) and the subsequent sanctions I am asking myself if I want to buy more shares in either company. I appreciate it sounds outlandish that China would invade Taiwan in the foreseeable future but it would have seemed outlandish this time last year if I had suggested that Russia would invade Ukraine.
In the reports I read of the Congress there was no explicit hostility to foreign capital.
I take comfort from the fact that Chinese leadership seems more rational than Russian and of course if such an invasion was to occur the market reaction would be mega serious.
Just something else to think about

Posted at 23/8/2022 11:16 by cerrito
As both the pound and the share price gently slide down people must be looking at this ref an acquisition.
I wonder how much relations with China are affecting this. Cannot help but the interests of EAH and the CCP are well aligned.

Posted at 24/6/2022 20:28 by cerrito
Article in the FT the other day on the role of increase in pork prices in the general inflation situation in China.
Commented that profits of hog producersike Muyuan being squeezed given increase in price of animal feed . It also said the share price of Muyuan suffering but actually only down 1.5pc YTD.
Anyway suggests to me that there continue to be headwinds for EAH despite increase in pig prices.

Posted at 15/3/2022 20:08 by cerrito
I agree a very sloppily worded RNS and you would have thought with three joint brokers not to mention a PR agency and ED they would have done a better job.
We are told about revised expectations in para 2…not clear who revised them when as no mention of revisions in the January 12th TU when they said this year’s revenue will be in line with then current market expectations.
Very disappointing that they do not tell us their understanding of consensus estimates for the current FY.
FWIW I see that Singers-one of the three joint brokers- have out a note today with a buy at 253p just below the previous TP of 264p. They have this year’s adjusted EBITDA at £7.1m compared to that of 20/21 of £22.2m and have left unchanged their forecasts for the next two years. Singers comment that they had estimated total R&D expenses in this FY of £8.4m and now management guidance is £10.2m. Difficult to know if Singers got hold of the wrong end of the stick or EAH have no grip.

What happens to the share price depends on the amount of patience that their larger holders have. To remind myself of their shareholder structure I went onto the web site and found that there has been no update since September 31. Since then of course we have said goodbye for all intents and purposes to Amati and hello to SFM with their 11.39% holding. Seems rather lackadaisical.
The magnitude of the share price drop, the -for EAH- very large volume today of almost 1.2m shares suggests that some have decided not to hang around.
With the current share price, the cable at $1.30 and an apparent lack of management grip, this must be a takeover target,,,although I do not understand the industry enough to know who it could be.

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