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
  0.50 0.61% 83.00 81.00 85.00 83.00 82.50 82.50 38,420 14:16:27
Industry Sector Turnover (m) Profit (m) EPS - Basic PE Ratio Market Cap (m)
Food Producers 303.6 4.5 1.7 48.8 106

Finsbury Food Share Discussion Threads

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DateSubjectAuthorDiscuss
25/11/2015
11:03
A very positive update except for the reference to uncertainty of economic and trading outlook. This is almost certain to drive the share price towards 120p.
spaceparallax
25/11/2015
08:21
A very positive update - very good news.
topvest
25/11/2015
08:17
Just looked into FIF and signals all positive except cash in hand. It looks like improved trading can improve cash and reduce debt. However I wonder if a placing will immediately resolve the issue? Either way trading along with share price should continue up.
nashwan123
25/11/2015
08:09
Well I liked the trading update.
hpcg
24/11/2015
09:36
Remember Genius Foods? It made an acquisition hxxp://chilledanddelifood.food-business-review.com/news/genius-foods-to-acquire-chapel-foods-for-35m-241115-4734845?utm_source=twitterfeed&utm_medium=linkedin
jpjp100
12/11/2015
20:03
Bought some this afternoon :)
reddave999
09/11/2015
12:16
thanks Hutch
spaceparallax
09/11/2015
10:50
Shares mag mentioned FIF last week in a food producer sector review, essentially saying positive momentum following the Fletchers takeover. Nothing detailed really but it made me look at Devro and Greencore - the favoured tips alongside ABF - which perhaps shows how FIF could be re-rated upwards.
hutch_pod
09/11/2015
09:27
quite often when I've made a keen priced buy it shows as a sell.
spaceparallax
09/11/2015
08:19
Just bought into these as looks primed for a breakout. Interesting that all the buys are showing as sells this morning....
essential
06/11/2015
14:34
Looks like the article's drummed up a little interest
spaceparallax
06/11/2015
09:40
Thanks Jake.
spaceparallax
05/11/2015
20:02
NT bought in. May give price a boost .... From his lastest blog today. An interesting one that came up at the seminars is Finsbury Food (FIF) which provides high end bakery, cakes and the like. With the success of Bake Off, demand for high quality bakes has risen (gettit?) and the company is certainly making a lot of dough. Profits are rising fast and forecast to rise strongly this year - looks like a share to me that rerates higher, stops for a while then goes up again. Looks like this one is about to get a sudden rerating higher again and I'm looking for a rise of a further 25% to get the share price up to about 125p. Pretty low risk too unless people really stop eating their kind of stuff.
jakedog2
04/11/2015
12:11
Given the recent share price solidity, I wouldn't be surprised to see a move towards 110p in the near future.
spaceparallax
27/10/2015
14:28
I thought the appointment of the new Company Secretary was interesting She looks like she will be both very helpful to the Board as well as keeping them in order!
jpjp100
23/9/2015
11:24
Indeed the 100p level can be tough to hold; however, there are so many positives both now and for the future that I'm confident that we'll come to settle in the mid 110s very soon.
spaceparallax
22/9/2015
15:06
yes, the results were as good as the pre-close statement suggested the news was already in the price before the results were published a bit of profit taking is to be expected maybe and, sometimes 100p is a sticky area to get past!
jpjp100
21/9/2015
19:58
Yes, results pretty positive. Taking half off the table at 107p by me seems a good call last week though as we are getting the inevitable profit taking now after a good run. Happy to keep the rest though, particularly as it's cost is now zero.
topvest
21/9/2015
14:05
Article on Telegraph quotes much larger profit target, dunno what they are quite referring to though: "Moreover, Mr Boyd said Ferrero Rocher's recent acquisition of Thorntons - Finsbury currently holds the licence to distribute Thorntons-branded cakes in the UK - also served up potentially lucrative licensing agreements with bigger European food brands. He added that Finsbury was in line for further cost savings this year to put it within reach of the £22.7m cash profit target expected by the market" http://www.telegraph.co.uk/finance/newsbysector/retailandconsumer/11879287/Minions-and-princesses-drive-tasty-profit-growth-at-Finsbury-Food.html
confusedcoalboy
21/9/2015
09:31
Superb results, outlook and financial stability. Plus a great divi! Can't be long before we pass 110p perhaps making 125p by year end.
spaceparallax
21/9/2015
07:49
Yes, all looks pretty good. Not much of an update on the current trading, but more than happy to hold my reduced holding.
topvest
21/9/2015
07:07
Prelims read nicely A distinct change in tone to that of a proven player in the market now, rather than a striver with something to prove Dr Zak's?
jpjp100
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