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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
  0.00 0.0% 4,658.00 4,652.00 4,658.00 - 0.00 00:00:00
Industry Sector Turnover (m) Profit (m) EPS - Basic PE Ratio Market Cap (m)
Support Services 551.4 51.5 62.4 74.6 3,042

Genus Share Discussion Threads

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DateSubjectAuthorDiscuss
06/8/2007
07:33
2001 outbreak had an imense impact- the share price hit the floor and their profits took a hit. If I remember correctly the share price was sub 120. The price today opened 10p down and i would expect a further slide over the next 2 weeks.
dvarty
06/8/2007
06:52
Genus says UK foot and mouth outbreak to have no measurable impact on business LONDON (Thomson Financial) - Genus PLC, the multi-species global genetics company, said the outbreak of the foot and mouth disease confirmed in Great Britain last Friday will have no measurable impact upon its business. It also said that only 14 pct of its turnover is in GB animal-related business. It clarified that all of its GB breeding stock facilities are located far from the source of the outbreak. However, it has further enhanced its "already high" bio-security procedures and will keep the situation under constant review. The company added that the ravaging 2001 outbreak had no adverse impact on the business and since then it has developed both geographically and in species. TFN.newsdesk@thomson.com pmi/slm
waldron
15/6/2007
11:20
Yes, dvarty, I too made the mistake of taking some profits at £5. Chart still looks strong. It would seem that the FT was going to run a story about GNS today but then pulled it; the companies index shows "Genus - page 20". I turned the pages in excitement but nothing there. It may be on-line - anyone got a subscription?
stanhouse
14/6/2007
11:10
Talking to myself on here! Good share though! High Div and spectular profit since FMD.Bought in at £1-55 and taken profits twice!
dvarty
07/6/2007
10:42
Why the sudden drop???
dvarty
04/6/2007
16:46
house broker ups target to 740p
greenslug
04/6/2007
10:36
broken out to new high today
wynmck
26/2/2007
12:01
this has been ticking up nicely pre results on Mar 13
wynmck
24/9/2006
18:43
That Was The Week That Was ... In Soft Commodities By Sally White Speculative interest in commodities has definitely slowed, according to US investment bank Morgan Stanley, with net inflows to commodity-linked mutual funds totalling US$107million so far this year, against US$3.8 billion for the same time of 2005. However, with the International Monetary Fund's latest commodity study showing that speculative positions follow commodity price movements, not the other way around, there is still potential running in a number of the soft commodities with a fundamental supply shortage. ... more .... http://www.agriprods.com/storyFull5.php?storySeq=33
wassapper
22/9/2006
11:15
Questor has a Buy in 21 Sept Daily Telegraph headline Stud statistics offer reasons to be bullish about animal genetics group.
vraic
06/9/2006
15:58
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06/9/2006
15:46
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qytropeac
06/9/2006
15:32
Was thrusting up for few days but seems to have spent its load now.
buzzaldrinsballs
26/7/2006
12:43
Cow abunga
volsung
02/3/2006
17:00
I'm out as of today - thing we have over-shot the mark. May buy back near to £4.40 - great company but looking a touch overvalued at these levels... Malc
malkie
02/2/2006
21:10
Interesting looking chart!
allstar4eva
02/11/2005
08:48
would you buy in a placing that close to the open market share price? I wouldn't and even at 325 the discount isn't that great and maybe even less in due course!
greenslug
28/10/2005
09:39
The Sygen deal looks sensible but I was a bit disappointed by the 325p price in the placing - I would have thought that the management could have stuck out for a higher price - say 340 or so.
huttonr
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