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% 82.50 81.00 84.00 82.50 82.50 82.50 88,182 08:00:00
Industry Sector Turnover (m) Profit (m) EPS - Basic PE Ratio Market Cap (m)
Food Producers 303.6 4.5 1.7 48.5 106

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DateSubjectAuthorDiscuss
19/7/2016
15:15
I'm happy to see modest scale strategic acquisitions alongside organic growth so long as we retain low indebtedness.
spaceparallax
18/7/2016
14:39
Very nice reading the pre close trading statement Nice and upbeat on the back of an impressive year, including 5% L4L sales growth Clearly continuing to reinforce the message that it is up for acquisitions too I like it. A lot.
jpjp100
18/7/2016
08:25
Great TS, should see continued share price growth. Their achievements over recent years have been consistently impressive.
spaceparallax
06/6/2016
08:36
Strong buying of late. Now 119p to sell.
thecroots
26/4/2016
14:34
a brief retracement to reflect some profit-taking; I anticipate anothe surge soon towards 130p.
spaceparallax
07/4/2016
08:12
Looks like we may be breaking out.
spaceparallax
23/3/2016
15:15
Ta Tanneg, hadn't seen that.
spaceparallax
23/3/2016
14:51
May also have something to do with bid for Premier Foods today.
tanneg
23/3/2016
13:36
coming alive again today - breakout possible and justifiable given the superb recent results.
spaceparallax
17/3/2016
14:18
Well received in the media http://www.telegraph.co.uk/business/2016/03/16/minions-prove-to-be-a-sweet-spot-for-finsbury-foods/ hxxp://www.thegrocer.co.uk/finance/results/finsbury-food-sales-and-profits-soar-as-acquisitions-bed-in/533343.article hxxp://www.dailyrecord.co.uk/business/company-results-forecasts/finsbury-food-group-reports-strong-7565072#vxTDzyyRgfKLp5jP.97
jpjp100
16/3/2016
14:08
Very impressive progress. I like it a lot. I particularly like the reiteration that FIF wants to play a leading role in further industry consolidation / has reference to M&A It must be one of the first choice consolidators now and the effective integration of Fletchers and Johnstones will have been well noted surely The only thing I would like to see improved (and its a small thing really) is for intangibles to become a smaller %age of the overall assets
jpjp100
16/3/2016
09:53
Superb results and good to see a market response. I envisage progress to 130pps very soon.
spaceparallax
16/3/2016
08:31
Yes very good , a bit annoyed i have sold so many on the way up from 20p , I did the same with nichols too ....
catsick
16/3/2016
07:16
Excellent set of results
thecroots
01/3/2016
15:40
Good to see us on the up with just a fortnight until the results.
spaceparallax
08/2/2016
09:03
Marnie Millard - that is a good addition to the Board imo Nichols is 3x market cap of FIF and makes 2x as much profit from half the revenue Great EPS growth record in recent years too Her history includes larger companies too I like the appointment
jpjp100
07/2/2016
07:45
htTp://www.trustnet.com/News/649563/four-early-bird-aim-stocks-for-your-2016-isa/1/1/ First up we have food producer Finsbury Food which makes a range of baked goods for supermarkets, wholesalers, caterers and restaurants. “This diversity reduces the risk level and gives the company exposure to potential growth in a number of key areas,” Spooner said. “The group’s strong performance of late has been mainly credited to its acquisition of bakery group Fletchers, which came through earlier than expected. Investors should also note that the prospective dividend yield of 2.5 per cent is good for the sector and is well covered.” The stock has returned 74.62 per cent over the past year and Spooner says its recent acquisitions could see it perform strongly again, but adds it is for investors who are willing to accept a higher level of risk and are seeking growth. “Current trading is solid with good growth patterns continuing into the new financial year, particularly so in terms of organic sales. The café and convenience food service sectors have been growing steadily in recent years and Finsbury Food is a beneficiary of this growth,” he added.
hutch_pod
05/2/2016
11:10
Roll-on 16 March - I'm expecting solid progress to sustain the strong upward trend of the share price now that the mkt's finally woken up to what an underpriced gem FIF is.
spaceparallax
25/1/2016
09:37
Thanks Hutch, that makes gratifying reading.
spaceparallax
22/1/2016
10:54
Spotted this on RMMC (R&M MicroCap trust) RNS update. I've been wondering whether to add.. NAHL Group and Finsbury Food Group are both excellent examples of a full cycle of ownership where returns have already been locked in as the positions were exited. Finsbury Food enjoyed robust demand for its cakes and breads leading to strong profit growth which supported an attractive c4.5% dividend yield at purchase. As the shares moved to reflect good progress, there was a sharp re-rating in the valuation as the market cap burst through the £100m mark, which seemingly is a threshold which drives increased investor interest in stocks. Finishing the period 47% higher than the purchase price, shares had reached a fairer valuation with a c3% dividend yield. In addition, the firm has a large workforce where it may be challenging to pass through National Living Wage related wage inflation to supermarkets. As a result a full exit was warranted into the market and almost complete by the end of the period under review, hence the 4.2% cash balance at period end.
hutch_pod
19/1/2016
18:12
You have to understand with this company that they are always very careful on margin comments and talk about challenging conditions as a matter of course. Why? Because their customers no doubt read their announcements and would use any stray bullish comments against them.
topvest
19/1/2016
17:46
I liked the pre-close too of course I am interested to see where they go next re acquisitions / other corporate activity Fletchers and Johnstones have shown that they are careful acquirers that can act quickly if need be and, more importantly, that they can do the integration piece pretty well too In a still fragmented industry, that counts for a lot. The Chairman must know just about everyone in and around the industry and the new Company Secretary didn't join to prepare Board agendas IMO FIF is likely to be actively pursuing further acquisitions, but will tread carefully and cautiously until it finds the right one on the right terms.
jpjp100
15/1/2016
15:32
Not is absolute terms, but in relative bp.
hpcg
15/1/2016
15:31
They're probably reluctant to reveal much around margin as they supply some of the big supermarkets. A sniff of extra profits and those companies will be looking to drive it down and put it back in their pockets.
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