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FIH Fih Group Plc

242.00
0.00 (0.00%)
24 Jul 2024 - Closed
Delayed by 15 minutes
Share Name Share Symbol Market Type Share ISIN Share Description
Fih Group Plc LSE:FIH London Ordinary Share GB00BD0CWJ91 ORD 10P
  Price Change % Change Share Price Bid Price Offer Price High Price Low Price Open Price Shares Traded Last Trade
  0.00 0.00% 242.00 234.00 250.00 242.00 242.00 242.00 0.00 08:00:00
Industry Sector Turnover Profit EPS - Basic PE Ratio Market Cap
Ferries 52.71M 3.12M 0.2494 9.70 30.3M
Fih Group Plc is listed in the Ferries sector of the London Stock Exchange with ticker FIH. The last closing price for Fih was 242p. Over the last year, Fih shares have traded in a share price range of 205.00p to 280.00p.

Fih currently has 12,519,900 shares in issue. The market capitalisation of Fih is £30.30 million. Fih has a price to earnings ratio (PE ratio) of 9.70.

Fih Share Discussion Threads

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DateSubjectAuthorDiscuss
17/9/2016
08:00
OK - I've now created a new thread.
weatherman
15/1/2007
16:02
is this company still trading and making a profit?
silvester1
29/6/2005
12:27
Will we ever get any compensation or return on these shares
silvester1
21/1/2003
10:15
How is the company doing now that it has been in receivership for some time???
silvester1
27/9/2002
10:13
Its a matter of opinion whether the food was tasty. We ate there once (Guildford). The service was appalling, and the choices on the menu very 'samey'. I like my vegetables on the 'undercooked' side but these were on the wrong side of raw!
muchos wonga
27/9/2002
09:16
No, the shares are worthless and the stock has been deleted from the AIM at 0p per share. Its a shame becuase the restaurants serve very tasty food.
tones8
23/9/2002
14:34
are these shares worth anything
silvester1
10/7/2002
15:49
Is that that then?
Have we all lost every penny. Anyone any info?

pojscott
04/7/2002
14:58
Obviously no directors purchases despite a share price collapse was a clear sign.

A lesson to be learnt for the future

813061
03/7/2002
18:18
Now look out for who is behind the bids for purchasing the remains. Could prove to be a lesson for us all. Dont hold yor breath for us shareholders.
tabbhils
03/7/2002
18:10
Usually there is nothing left over for the shareholders but I wonder if there will be in this particular case as there seems to be some profitable bits left to the business.
salpara111
03/7/2002
10:04
Yes its an exceedingly ill looking fish by all accounts.. its a shameit really is.. although the restaurants will cotinue trading as normal..
mitzis
03/7/2002
09:28
Well, at least I took my own advice and was waiting to see what the next 6 months brought.
I had been tempted at various points but all the signs said "wait and see" so I did and there we have it.
I am guessing that their trading conditions were continuing to deteriorate otherwise I would have thought that some judicious, if somewhat painful, surgery would have saved the profitable core of restaurants but there we go.
Bad luck to all holders. The only thing to do is look at what happened and learn from the mistake.

salpara111
02/7/2002
21:56
Dead fish....it is now. I have been watching this one...quite a spectacular collapse due to over-expansion. Very much a case of good restaurants....too expensive....wrong locations. Their Solihull restaurant never has a few more than a couple of people in it and must have lost a stack. I am surprised that there are no comments today...I don't own shares and I found this one interesting!
simonevans
24/5/2002
13:42
dead fish floating sell
jennie8
22/5/2002
20:19
Salpara111, Many thanks for the infomation.
quickmind
21/5/2002
10:18
Spoke to my friend yesterday, unfortunately he is leaving the company shortly to work for another very well known london restauranteur. He had planned his move before the latest debacle so is not bothered either way.
Bottom line appears to be that about 40% of outlets are currently loss making.
Some of these can probably be turned around but it leaves the spectre of possibly 4 outlets having to be closed. Any exceptionals surrounding that level of closures would ensure that even if trading picked up well in the next 6 months, that the group would remain in a net loss position for the next 12 months.
As a result I will just leave good old FIH on my watch list, just in case there are some abnormal director trades which might signal the potential of the group going private.
Otherwise I stand on my initial prognosis.
The group will survive but there are many better places for your money for the next 6 months until the air has cleared and the group has announced its restructuring and more solid trading conditions. Not that I dont trust their upbeat trading statements....Ha!

salpara111
21/5/2002
10:17
Why won't the directors buy a few pounds of Fish? That would show us they still have some confidence in the company.
silvester1
21/5/2002
00:51
I still think that FISH is a quality product but it has become the classic case of overenthusiasm over the last couple of years which has led to overexpansion. The problem now is that they know that they have some underperforming units and it will be very costly to close them down.
I dont expect the group to fail but at the same time, if they have to trade and rationalise themselves out of their current predicament then it is realistic to expect that it will take at least a year to do so.
Therefor the question is, do you have somewhere better to put your money for the next 6 months or so until there is a clearer picture going forward.
Having said that, if I see some meaningful director buys in the near future I will have another closer look.

salpara111
21/5/2002
00:14
being as we are waiting for this 2 find it's true value, has any1 any views on AQG - up 12% this morning - doesn't appear to need much volume to lift it?
royalexile
20/5/2002
14:04
let's get fishing now
silvester1
20/5/2002
10:24
salpara thanks for your info going to wait and see for now, i did notice ft said could be a winner if all there plans work out
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