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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
  0.00 0.0% 71.00 70.00 72.00 71.00 71.00 71.00 30,058 07:47:58
Industry Sector Turnover (m) Profit (m) EPS - Basic PE Ratio Market Cap (m)
Food Producers 313.3 17.0 9.8 7.2 93

Finsbury Food Share Discussion Threads

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DateSubjectAuthorDiscuss
11/2/2013
14:15
I personally feel it paints a too pessimistic outlook of the group's growth prospects. SP moving north again I see
boffster
11/2/2013
08:47
I think its a reasonably written case study It misses a few things that I consider when I evaluate my holding in the company, but I don't have any arguments with the points made
jpjp100
10/2/2013
22:35
Pretty neutral article here http://www.stockopedia.co.uk/content/finsbury-food-fif-a-second-look-70692/
boffster
07/2/2013
14:14
that's long been the way and at one time there was partial justification because of the level of indebtedness after their acquisition spree. However, they continue to lift revenue and profit whilst gnawing away at the debt. The share price tide has been turning of late, but there is lots more scope for improvement based upon consistent performance despite the tough last few years.
spaceparallax
07/2/2013
13:31
It is still way undervalued.
this_is_me
07/2/2013
09:32
back to life this morning
spaceparallax
31/1/2013
15:04
Seeing RGD's figures this morning emphasises just how good the FIF numbers were. I still like both companies, but FIF are looking the better placed atm
spaceparallax
28/1/2013
14:08
I think it's fair to say that they're striking a very healthy balance of growth, health and debt reduction.
spaceparallax
28/1/2013
12:27
Quite happy here too The Board has shown it can deliver growth without sacrificing profit Now it has to show it can deliver improved profitability from its various investment / efficiency plans I think it can Maybe even land a small acquisition And remember, it 'only' has to do better than its competitors
jpjp100
28/1/2013
12:24
your point on £ rev per share is a good one on the trading statement, it has been flagged for a long time that last year's growth was 'a one off', no one should be surprised by essentially flat numbers just now the key now is to drive more profit from the same revenue and increase returns on equity / capital etc. not easy
jpjp100
28/1/2013
08:32
It looks like the start of the next leg up.
this_is_me
25/1/2013
22:30
Anyone care to speculate on what these big trades were about?
boffster
25/1/2013
22:29
You mean the aurora? As for the griffin, is that a mythological creature?? I've no idea what you mean....
boffster
25/1/2013
17:12
I like it boff my old friend, I've been sat here an eternity too, oh big love to duffy, I liked the ora of him at the last agm, oh and the griffin was great! X
bigfrocks
25/1/2013
16:56
SP - if you were bigfrocks you would love yourself as well, he's a very charismatic guy :-)
boffster
25/1/2013
16:56
Yep. Frisky. And a 4½ year intraday high.
aleman
25/1/2013
16:52
some very big sales this pm and the share price rises. Lightbody selling to satisfy institutional demand? Bigfrocks i can understand you excitement but some of us have been here an eternity waiting for this to get recognised, it's been undervalued a long time so take a few valium and calm down ;-) Woody
woodcutter
25/1/2013
16:44
That's okay but don't be too publicly vocal about it.
spaceparallax
25/1/2013
16:43
I love myself!!
bigfrocks
25/1/2013
16:26
sp looking really positive towards close
spaceparallax
25/1/2013
15:55
and most importantly for a quoted company, they continue to deliver consistency of positive performance despite the recent tough times
spaceparallax
25/1/2013
15:54
FIF is in a low margin business; the margins look good for the sector.
this_is_me
25/1/2013
15:02
Yep, I'd say 50p is comfortably possible. The issue of margins is valid, but given the continued growth in T/O and reduction in debt provides me with plenty of confidence in the FIF operations.
spaceparallax
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