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Share Name Share Symbol Market Type Share ISIN Share Description
Genus Plc LSE:GNS London Ordinary Share GB0002074580 ORD 10P
  Price Change % Change Share Price Bid Price Offer Price High Price Low Price Open Price Shares Traded Last Trade
  30.00 0.64% 4,696.00 4,690.00 4,700.00 4,758.00 4,680.00 4,758.00 3,114 08:50:51
Industry Sector Turnover (m) Profit (m) EPS - Basic PE Ratio Market Cap (m)
Support Services 551.4 51.5 62.4 75.3 3,066

Genus Share Discussion Threads

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DateSubjectAuthorDiscuss
18/2/2015
08:05
had a good run and sold to move on, love the business but time to take my profit, am sure it will do well and will keep a watch if it does fall back I will definitely be back in.
bigman
22/12/2014
08:12
22 Dec 2014 Genus PLC GNS Liberum Capital Buy 0.00 1,285.00 1,400.00 1,400.00 Reiterates SP TARGET 1400p
mike740
01/12/2014
08:30
01 Dec 2014 Genus PLC GNS Liberum Capital Buy 1,291.00 1,291.00 1,400.00 1,400.00 Reiterates SP targer 1400p
mike740
27/11/2014
15:25
70% of Chickens have bacteria..XMAS TRADE!!.... Beef = GNS GENUS Pork = CWK CRANSWICK as alternatives for chrissy dinner and parties etc. GNS as the better chart and Ive found out they do both Beef and Pork. Long on GNS
mike740
21/8/2014
08:43
GNS GENUS...Numis starts with add rating; price target 1290p
mechanical trader
15/8/2014
16:28
A pleasant little rise in the last few days - is anything happening?
huttonr
17/4/2014
16:00
Capital growth maybe ?
dvarty
10/4/2014
17:49
I was looking at the recent results and I guess the reason I won't be buying is the pitiful level of dividend. I am invested in Moneysupermarket which is growing faster than Genus and is currently yielding 4.2% so I struggle to see the argument for being invested here.
salpara111
10/4/2014
17:03
Some of the directors have bought recently at around £9.75 so I thought I'd join them this morning. It seems I was a little hasty.
bobdouthwaite
10/4/2014
16:07
Starting too look good value now for a medium term investment. Any views out there ?
dvarty
07/12/2013
13:24
Have been waiting for this to ease back to the £12 line. Still not cheap but long term structural demand should provide some support.
salpara111
06/12/2013
19:12
Yes Mirabeau thats a lot of piglets on the way. Even allowing for politician hype surely Genus will come out of it on the plus side.
grahamg8
18/11/2013
17:00
bob, the agrimoney article is a might strange. It points out the GNS direction of growing into China - the biggest pig market in the world; and into India - the biggest milk market in the world, albeit split between buffalo and cows. Then goes onto quote two numbty so called pi's that there isn't much growth potential. What twaddle. The PE may be high. But for good reason. This is a conservatively managed business with an impressive growth record - revenue, profits, and dividends.
grahamg8
17/11/2013
15:10
Interesting review from Agrimoney: Genus deepens foothold in huge Indian dairy market hxxp://www.agrimoney.com/news/genus-deepens-foothold-in-huge-indian-dairy-market--6493.html
bobdouthwaite
16/11/2012
08:45
0707 GMT [Dow Jones] Goldman Sachs upgrades Genus (GNS.LN) to conviction buy from buy but cuts price target to 2100p from 2200p. The de-rating of the shares since last week's trading update creates an attractive entry point, says GS. Says the growth opportunity in porcine products in China remains intact. Over the mid term, Goldman expects sales growth to accelerate as recent investments in developing the company's emerging markets business bear fruit. Shares closed Thursday at 1284p. (michele.maatouk@dowjones.com)
ukinvestor220
14/11/2012
19:26
Re entry target £12 or £10 not seen the bottom yet!!
dvarty
13/11/2012
21:46
huttonr & clintonville -- certainly the demand for consumer products such as pork will carry on rising in china and the far east baring disaster --- it's just that the share price rise of genus has really been excessive and more to do with selling the story than the fact, and extreme supply constraints and I'm grateful for that: but this type of demand always means boom and bust -- there is no middle way --- so i think the sell off will probably continue very sharply for a good while - this doesn't mean that they aren't a good company and that there isn't a market for their excellent products. I won't go short because i'm a coward but as things stand i will leave it a while before reevaluating. Good luck!
planckfund2
13/11/2012
17:25
A few comments - partly to see what other people think. It seems to me that the share price got a bit ahead of itself during the last month or so and we have now got back to a reasonable level. Looking at the rise since January, we have had a good run and hopefully will stay around this level for a while. The so-called Chinese slowdown looks more like a little reduction in the growth rate but the real change in demand for meat in China - pork especially - seems likely to continue as the pace of social change continues. The company appears to be doing the right things with their current emphasis on China which will make up for a possible mild slowdown elsewhere. However, the basic selling point for Genus is the yield improvement and they do seem to be one of the market leaders here.
huttonr
12/11/2012
10:12
The economic slowdown is'nt going to stop people eating meat.
clintonville
08/11/2012
23:13
but what do i know?
planckfund2
08/11/2012
23:13
chinese slowdown now makes this one a big sell for me
planckfund2
08/11/2012
23:06
chinese slowdown now makes this one a sell for me
planckfund2
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