Share Name Share Symbol Market Type Share ISIN Share Description
Finsbury Food Group Plc LSE:FIF London Ordinary Share GB0009186429 ORD 1P
  Price Change % Change Share Price Bid Price Offer Price High Price Low Price Open Price Shares Traded Last Trade
  -0.50p -0.77% 64.50p 63.00p 66.00p 65.00p 64.50p 65.00p 39,990 12:01:44
Industry Sector Turnover (m) Profit (m) EPS - Basic PE Ratio Market Cap (m)
Food Producers 303.6 4.5 1.7 37.9 83

Finsbury Food Share Discussion Threads

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DateSubjectAuthorDiscuss
27/7/2019
12:24
I have bought in here on Friday because it looks far too cheap and the business has not let margins slip in a really tough trading environment so as this starts to ease and because of the massive capital renewal I really think this can kick on. 9x pe target price so 87 pence. Nice defensive stock if the market wobbles And as a leading UK independent baker I wonder if anyone is running the rule over these guys at these levels
studentinvestor13
18/7/2019
07:46
Strong TS I think the previous sale was ok at the price achieved Ultrapharm could end up being better by helping get things going outside the UK
jpjp100
15/7/2019
13:49
SR, you're not wrong about the sale but they did obtain a decent price; presumably their agreement to self-exclude from that sector has now expired.
spaceparallax
15/7/2019
13:48
Too true TopV, sadly it reflects the broken nature of our marketplace that is open to manipulation and does little to reflect intrinsic value.
spaceparallax
15/7/2019
12:38
Am I wrong in thinking that FIF sold its 'growth' gluten free business about three years ago and has now bought another? Seems a bit strange - an admission of a strategic error or a good deal financially? But I agree that this looks way too cheap now - especially after this pretty upbeat update - and have bought back in after (for the record) having departed in Nov 16 with a modest 20% profit after a year.
srichardson8
15/7/2019
12:04
Yes, very odd that this has been so weak. Nothing has really changed versus when it was twice the price.
topvest
15/7/2019
11:43
A very impressive TS that should cement investor confidence and a return to a more sensible share price
spaceparallax
01/5/2019
17:31
Wrong thread
spaceparallax
17/4/2019
12:46
The fall here looks overdone, presumably based on potential disorderly brexit related impact rather than recent trading. The retrace may have further to go but I don't see it going back to where it was while we still have the uncertainty.
sammu
05/4/2019
10:28
50% retrace of the whole move, all time low 12p to all time high 138p = 60p. Good risk/reward here.
chester
04/4/2019
12:26
topvest, you have no idea what you are talking about, do you?
johnwig
02/4/2019
20:19
Minimum wage increase yet again is likely to be causing some pain in these businesses, as I suspect their customers say..."get lost, be 5% more efficient!" To be fair, management have done a very good job of recovering prices historically from a highly frugal customer base, which is probably part of the reason for their high salaries. There must be a point though where things just get very very difficult.
topvest
02/4/2019
15:59
I'm not sure I can see a reason for the steep fall here. I know they're facing input inflation but that's nothing new and they've managed it fairly well in the past. They've also put a huge amount into plant in recent years so hopefully that is coming to an end and they can start to generate some meaningful cash. Isn't the historic p/e now about 6? I bought a few around 76p expecting them to recover to around the £1 mark but all they've done since is fall further.
arthur_lame_stocks
02/4/2019
13:10
How low can ya go
theduke420
01/4/2019
21:00
Thanks for your view though I think packages are high. I believe both butter and flour prices both off their highs however I suspect wage inflation a concern.
remslie
31/3/2019
21:52
About a £1m each. Probably the going rate. It's very surprising that these have slipped as far as they have. I feel fortunate to have got out at £1 or so. Bought these originally at 20p and 40p, but seem to be heading that way again even though the results have been pretty good. Still hold indirectly through Lonfin. It looks like cost pressures are impacting the business a little this year, albeit historically they have done a good job in passing them on. Think they will do OK long term, for what its worth.
topvest
31/3/2019
21:22
I find it amazing that the remuneration committee allow such large salaries and benefits to be paid to the two senior directors. Surely the senior Directors should receive a market rate salary and options which can be excercised at a share price well north of today’s share price. Their current remuneration is equivalent to a FTSE 250 company. Indeed the Directors hold relatively few shares which is always a concern. I am surprised the major shareholders allow these enormous pay packets whilst delivering such a poor return to shareholders. Miton and Ruffer etc should get involved imo
remslie
27/3/2019
12:29
It looks to me as though there's a persistent seller in the market, probably one of the institutions offloading. I'll wait to see them clear before accumulating. Given the yield curve inversion co's like FIF may well be sought after as safer havens once the main market sell off gets underway. As always i may be wrong woody
woodcutter
22/3/2019
07:24
It does seem a pretty harsh response by the market to a pretty reasonable set of interims That said, price action is often a precursor to events... Who knows what is round the corner.
jpjp100
26/2/2019
11:56
Looking from the outside in, the shares look pretty fairly valued at this level to me.
boffster
25/2/2019
20:01
The results were indeed pretty good. Obviously pleased that I'm out directly, but still hold indirectly through LONFIN which have a holding. Its difficult to understand why the share price has declined so much as the story hasn't changed. Brexit worries I guess.
topvest
25/2/2019
14:39
Given the impact broadly felt during these Brexit debate times, I'd say the results are remarkably good - the increased indebtedness arises from the acquisitions and cost of closures.
spaceparallax
25/2/2019
14:37
Good to see the usual suspects still here! Definitely agree with that share price I wouldn't go so far as to call it a 'reward for failure', but the remuneration packages here look to be rather excessive, considering the company's fairly lacklustre performance of late.
boffster
22/1/2019
11:52
I have no problem with the TS and expect a positive set of results in line with the cost implications of any acquisitions or internal investment. What I do have a very big problem with is the utter greed of already very well paid Directors, who feel the need to grant themselves unjustified freebies via some pseudo authority "The Remuneration Committee". These people already get well paid and will benefit, like other shareholders, from the increase in share price that will arise from continued good Company performance. I'd be happy for them to be granted an exercise option at a modest (say 20%) discount to the prevailing share price but not utterly free! These Snouts in the Trough exercise are entirely unjustifiable and symptomatic of why the current Capitalist model is failing expecially when major external shareholders don't speak up against such total greed. Were it a private company then fair enough, but it isn't and this amounts to stealing from honest everyday shareholders.
spaceparallax
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