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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
  2.40 4.48% 56.00 55.00 57.00 56.00 53.50 53.50 730,181 15:28:44
Industry Sector Turnover (m) Profit (m) EPS - Basic PE Ratio Market Cap (m)
Food Producers 306.3 2.9 -0.6 - 73

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25/7/2014
11:52
sp looking very strong
spaceparallax
24/7/2014
20:38
Yes, cheap indeed. A tad undeserved given their good record.
topvest
24/7/2014
20:04
wow, very meagre PERs
spaceparallax
22/7/2014
21:23
Cenkos have bumped up their 2014 forecast to 6.7p EPS, rising to 8.0p next year Prospective unadjusted PERs of 8.9 and 7.4 respectively El1te
el1te
22/7/2014
08:36
profits ahead, revenue down upbeat tone (more upbeat than I expected) curious about Europe - does anyone know if it has a Euros cost base or is it simply selling stuff made in the UK
jpjp100
21/7/2014
08:34
just read the TS - good to hear such positivity and to see this morning's mkt response.
spaceparallax
17/7/2014
15:05
Yes, good news indeed.
topvest
17/7/2014
09:28
Very pleased with that and a nice reaction on the share price :-)
cheshire man
17/7/2014
06:12
Results ahead of expectations. Great stuff. 1p dividend for the full year is expected. Margins still under pressure from ingredient price rises (probably still cocoa as wheat and sugar have fallen), but they seem to have shaken that off anyway Good to see some progress after 6 months of a static share price. El1te
el1te
10/7/2014
10:57
Apologies, meant Chairman I notice that Cenkos' latest forecasts still date back from January (or at least the visible ones). Forecasts remain at: 2014: 6.40p EPS, 0.90p dividend 2015: 7.50p EPS, 1.00p dividend El1te
el1te
10/7/2014
10:36
new CEO?? please explain... I have seen no announcement anywhere
jpjp100
07/7/2014
21:31
Wheat and Sugar prices falling back although cocoa remains strong. No announcement about the new Chairman stepping in yet, which is perhaps a little surprising - could just be considered a formality of course Ruffer (for its unnamed clients) now up to 16%, which is clearly a material stake. They have been accumulating for a while now El1te
el1te
02/7/2014
17:14
Mr Lightbody selling large amounts...and now leaving... negative signs imo noting that Lightbody has a successful entrepeneur background and Lightbody business is a large part of FIF imo it could be argued that he thinks that he is unable to help the co. grow and that it is now perhaps slow wheel turning or ?...and that he is not enjoying it ..... ---- Mr Marshall leaving the brd. Could he be cutting down his brd. positions now he is around 65 or so....and official resident in S. Africa....long flights to do frequently for a 65 year old perhaps. Not long ago he moved a son on to the board of LFI....one assumes to prepare to take over from papa soonish. ---- Investors who coughed up many millions at 90p after Mr Marshall voted in favour of the deal....wont be too impressed.... that 90p is now....X years later worth only 55p ! they have lost millions !
smithie6
02/7/2014
16:57
"Chairman Martin Lightbody, who disposed of 6.5m last July at a price of 53p." So...after more than doubling I think the turnover per share....since the Lightbody acquisition.....and getting rid of the debt mountain.... Mr Lightbody still rated the shares a big sell at 53p !! So he must of rated them a super duper strong sell at 90p with half the turnover per share and a debt mountain X years earlier !! imo ....t.were a very dubious deal... ---- and anyone clever enough to notice at the time that it was way over priced deal.....sadly the co. with a mountain of debt and bad P/E ....would have made a packet shorting the shares....and if done via an offshore company.....no one would ever know who was doing it.
smithie6
20/5/2014
09:26
I am curious if markt has any comments on the Board changes Knowing that he has never been a member of the fan club of either of the Directors leaving, I thought these changes might have piqued his interest
jpjp100
19/5/2014
13:30
I think Ray Duignan and Peter Baker are brilliant additions to the Board really. (Come on, Peter even has the perfect name for it doesn't he?). I am not sure about the action behind the scenes to make this happen, but I am glad it has. It does mark a new era for FIF. Whatever happens next, I think a very clear message has been sent out by FIF - that it is (getting) ready to do something significant. Given that the industry is ripe for some sort of consolidation, it is nice to see this imo. Potentially exciting times on the horizon?
jpjp100
14/5/2014
19:28
Yes, quite unexpected I think. Lightbody was the major mover and Marshall must have been pushed as his policy is to try and be on the board at all strategic investments. Clearly, something is going on. Lightbody still has a very material stake, so why step down? I just don't get it. LFI have 14% and Lightbody 11%...why step-down? Talks about a pivotal moment for FIF. Makes you wonder if something big is about to happen or the Board has just fallen out over the way forward. If you owned 11% of FIF and were the Chairman, would you step down?
topvest
14/5/2014
09:49
The new Chairman sounds like a very good addition to the Board. Clearly Lightbody stepping down is a significant moment in the Group's history. Not wishing to speak out of turn, but Marshall isn't without his critics and I, for one, am not too sorry to see him go at this point. The message sent is surely that FIF wants to be a bigger player than it is just now. I like it
jpjp100
12/5/2014
09:55
Interesting appointment.
spaceparallax
25/4/2014
07:47
Seems to be quite alot of buying here recently!
bigfrocks
02/4/2014
17:19
Good to see, not often you see a stock rally on ex-dividend day
boffster
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