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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
  32.00 0.78% 4,146.00 4,088.00 4,092.00 4,138.00 4,032.00 4,138.00 303,957 16:35:03
Industry Sector Turnover (m) Profit (m) EPS - Basic PE Ratio Market Cap (m)
Support Services 551.4 51.5 62.4 66.4 2,707

Genus Share Discussion Threads

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DateSubjectAuthorDiscuss
12/11/2009
15:55
Profit warning! Back to a fiver?
simon gordon
12/11/2009
15:42
Could soon be time to consider buying these. 550 would be decent entry point for recovery of Agricultural sector in 2010!
dvarty
06/11/2009
12:21
Why the complete lack of interest in this board?
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27/7/2009
20:12
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simon gordon
27/7/2009
19:48
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spreadex1
20/5/2009
15:12
Excellent rise today!! Director buying and pig business doing well by all accounts!
dvarty
26/2/2009
14:52
I think the growth outlook does not justify the current high valuation of the shares. I assume current fx rates will prevail throughout H2 FY09 and all of FY10. Also that H1 FY09 margins are sustainable but will not grow. This points to EPS of about 42p for FY10 and the following 5 year earnings growth at about 11% pa (opportunities in China etc). This leaves the share price looking expensive even for a trade buyer.
cellars
26/2/2009
11:23
debt has moved by -20m yet the share price has moved about -50m. Seems an over-reaction to me, especially if there debt is linked to US libor rates which means a very low interest cost moving forward. Still, strip out the fx movements and you have 1% growth - which is probably concerning the markets more right now. Looks like a nice short term trade for some.
mdchand
26/2/2009
10:43
The debt is the problem!! good company though. just bought in again after selling at a good profit last year!
dvarty
26/2/2009
09:39
Have i missed something here? Results look good apart from the debt due to the dollar.
shauney2
24/10/2008
21:20
See post 53
reckless eric
24/10/2008
21:18
Does anyone know if GNS stilll have that outstanding pension liability that was mentioned on this thread some time ago?
reckless eric
09/10/2008
18:28
lol. Could be right, there. I had regretted getting out at 6-quid, too!
flateric
09/10/2008
18:21
...or not. Next stop £5?
rogid
09/10/2008
08:13
This 7-quid level definitely looks like a support line. Could be a turn up again now...?
flateric
17/6/2008
11:01
If this was a popular thread you would have many theories to answer your question. It seems as though the stock is being walked down over the past few days even though there are consistently more buys than sells. There could be a large buy order waiting to be filled (at a lower price than current) or a large sell in the offing! Either way I am losing money daily and will more than likely top up if it reaches 800p.
dvarty
16/6/2008
15:25
What's up with this stock?
acidic lou
12/6/2008
18:50
dvarty - I prefer it that way! When it gets busy you know its getting close to sell.
acidic lou
11/6/2008
08:21
Acidic Lou Thanks for the link. Its a pity this board isnt a bit more active. Agriculture & food production is the 'new oil' and good old Genus has a lot more upside yet as it approaches an ALT!
dvarty
10/6/2008
11:49
For any of you guys who don't read the city rag 'City AM', good piece on Genus here: http://www.cityam.com/index.php?news=15083
acidic lou
14/5/2008
13:30
Well done A2584728 I have loads too acquired at the end of the FMD outbreak a few years ago. Have done very very well for me. Its difficult to see where they can go next on their own unless they can develop the porcine side a bit more. Monsanto take over would make a lot of sense for Monsanto and make their business more rounded and could be good for Genus Scientists and products with Monsanto's global infrastructure giving easy access to some markets where Genus have minimal penetration. Lets hope they get on with it quickly if there is any truth in the rumours-- lets have the end game and exit point on this one!!
dvarty
13/5/2008
13:28
And talking to me too, I have loads and am looking for at least 1200, great company and well managed.
a2584728
12/5/2008
16:25
Aha Monsanto!! The Company, together with its subsidiaries, is a global provider of agricultural products for farmers. Has been doing very well for the past 3 years and appears to be cash rich. Genus would be a good aquisition. Talking to myself again.
dvarty
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