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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% 91.50 91.00 92.00 91.50 91.50 91.50 24,780 08:00:22
Industry Sector Turnover (m) Profit (m) EPS - Basic PE Ratio Market Cap (m)
Food Producers 306.3 2.9 -0.6 - 119

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01/6/2020
13:06
Another delayed trade reported: 575k @ 60.5p from Friday. Getting a much clearer picture now. Add in all the above exchanges, a couple of 250k blocks, the way the market makers have now materially widened the spread, the price looking much firmer and threatening a significant breakout, well it all points to the seller being cleared or very close. They brought the spread in over the past two months encouraging investors to buy to help clear any sellers, all change now.
sphere25
01/6/2020
08:18
Added here. Getting more interesting now with interest picking up significantly. Volume traded on Friday close to 2 million - material for FIF. Could be getting close to stock drying up at these levels.
sphere25
28/5/2020
14:26
Somebody check for a pulse. Another crisis (or two) could pass before this one moves. A couple of interesting trades today so far: 467k 472k Gresham possibly holding this back and had reduced down to 4.24m shares so perhaps a slight dent into the seller today. EDIT 29/05 14.04 Another 1m picked up at 60.68
sphere25
27/5/2020
15:23
This looks to be going nowhere fast untill this seller has cleared out, then i think we could start to see some movement northward. Will be interesting to see how it goes forwardafter Covid crisis
maximus57
26/5/2020
12:28
Another 50,000 dumped at 60pSeller cleared yet ? Yawn
value viper
19/5/2020
12:49
Further 100,000 dumped at 61No wonder we never moveWell yet
value viper
18/5/2020
15:13
And then.... The story of staleness continued. Little shift higher and full ask at 61p. Hopefully see some action here soon. No movement in a whopping 6 weeks! How many stocks can hold that tag! This stock must win the prize for most stable (positive spin of course ha), in an otherwise bonkers environment.
sphere25
11/5/2020
14:25
There was a 1m print a short while back at 60p so some of that Gresham stock has been placed with a buyer in decent size there. The rest of the sell order (however big) looks sat with Winterfloods with stock being drip fed into the market at these levels. Gresham had 4.2m as at the 30/04. That's clearly a hell of alot of volume for a stock like FIF, even a quarter of that is, but we'll have to wait and see how much they want to lob. There's always a few stale ones about, but hopefully pop soon.
sphere25
11/5/2020
13:57
I am assuming there is someone else buying the Gresham position or are they offloading all in the market ?!
value viper
11/5/2020
13:55
Stream of buys coming in. Looks like it has been tipped. All revolves around Gresham. If they want to lob the whole position, we could be here a while.
sphere25
05/5/2020
12:55
Yes not long now. Always interesting to see who the buyer is.
battlebus2
05/5/2020
09:23
Gresham House down to 3% as of 30/4, not long for it to breakout
rumobejo
01/5/2020
15:56
Hi rumHope your not following me lolSicknote
s34icknote
01/5/2020
15:29
Still some stock to clear - stubborn sellers. Daily volume here is very small and can be around 100k on alot of trading days with the majority of market makers dealing in 3k. Compared with more liquid stocks too, expect it to take longer to clear x million. Once the line of stock is gone though, it will be a hell of alot harder to buy.
sphere25
01/5/2020
13:54
seller cleared by the looks, bodes well...
rumobejo
01/5/2020
08:42
That's another two million through Sicknote
s34icknote
30/4/2020
16:48
And then there was only one market maker left at 62p with the stock itching to push higher as buying volume increases. This is a glaring anomaly in the market. You would think Mr Market prices stocks in such a way that you don't get opportunities like this where there is at least 30% near term upside (imo), but it does - time and time again. Highlighted so many of these opportunities recently and alot of them have gone absolutely bonkers. It is also bizarre how those stocks which have minimal or zero revenue have bounced strong to recover a significant chunk of their losses and yet something like FIF hasn't bounced when a large amount of the revenue is seeing "unprecedented demand". Highlighted this one in the past when they were 70p and they pushed on to just over £1. They did a similar thing then with lines of stock to clear with stock available in size before it all dried up, sellers cleared and the stock rose sharply on very little volume. This seller at 62p is nearly done and I'd expect the stock to break out and head toward the mid 70's at least. EDIT: Delayed 1m print just hit at 60p. That is definitely another sign the seller is close to being done - stock has been drying up at these levels throughout this week.
sphere25
30/4/2020
16:35
yes , shares tick up - seller (close to) done ?
value viper
30/4/2020
16:05
Did similar
battlebus2
30/4/2020
14:30
Topped up here Sicknote
s34icknote
30/4/2020
12:33
Hello FIF Do I smell rally time. One of the last few decent stock laggards out there. FIF has some catching up to do.
sphere25
29/4/2020
19:05
it won't budge - look at the wider market and AIM in general either the seller continues thus can't yet move or it ain't gonna move until next update maybe both - i would have hoped for just some form of rebound by now ..... guess its a patience job but opportunity cost being parked here
value viper
21/4/2020
19:18
I'm banking on this year being bad for a lot of the stocks I am buying but that they will survive and be worth a lot more once normality resumes.
arthur_lame_stocks
21/4/2020
18:45
Agree, but very conceivable that the 20% could be down 25-50% at least over March/April etc, which has a clearly negative impact on HY trading. And I'd imagine demand in the core bakery goods must be down at least high single digits? Given the business is operationally geared, imagine that makes profitability more challenging this year. But on a multi-year view you'd imagine this all rebounds so if you can pick a low enough normalised multiple, then can be attractive for sure
pireric
21/4/2020
18:30
Yes but 20% of revs only and rightly closed at this time
value viper
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