Share Name Share Symbol Market Type Share ISIN Share Description
Hilton Food Group LSE:HFG London Ordinary Share GB00B1V9NW54 ORD 10P
  Price Change % Change Share Price Bid Price Offer Price High Price Low Price Open Price Shares Traded Last Trade
  +2.00p +0.22% 930.00p 926.00p 930.00p 930.00p 910.00p 930.00p 3,944 16:29:59
Industry Sector Turnover (m) Profit (m) EPS - Basic PE Ratio Market Cap (m)
Food Producers 1,359.5 34.2 33.2 28.0 758.38

Hilton Food Group Share Discussion Threads

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15/1/2010
11:36
Telegraph - 15/1/10: Questor share tip: Hilton Food shares are up 27pc but they're still a buy Meat-packing group Hilton Food, which packages lamb and beef roasting joints and value ranges for supermarket groups such as Tesco and Dutch-listed Ahold, issued a positive update yesterday. In the 53 weeks to January 3, trading was "strong", the company said without providing any figures. Its Central European operations saw robust trading, supplemented by new supply into Latvia and Lithuania. The company's "Irish breakfast meats" project, which came on stream in August 2008, contributed "positively" for the year as a whole. Volumes are building at its Dutch spreadables meat project, which began production in July 2009. The company is continuing to grow geographically and now has a presence in 10 countries and construction will be started soon on a £20m facility for Co-op Danmark. The group certainly has the firepower to fund its expansion plans. Hilton said its balance sheet remained strong with net debt at a "modest level" similar to the end of the interim period. As of July 12, the group had borrowings of £22.7m at the interim stage. The company is unlikely to unveil any major projects in the short term, but it aims to continue to expand the countries it serves from current bases. For example, it plans to move into Estonia, completing coverage of the Baltic states. The group will also continue to try to increase product ranges on the shelves of current customers. The shares are trading on a December 2009 earnings multiple of 10.8 times, falling to 10 in 2010 and yielding 4.5pc. Questor feels that the rating is not demanding for a company expected to increase earning per share by more than 12pc in 2009. The company will release the full-year numbers on March 31. Recommended on April 12 at 160p, the shares are up 27pc since the initial tip compared with a market up 38pc. They remain a buy.
simon gordon
15/12/2009
11:20
Lots of sells going through recently but the price is holding up. Interesting.
thepopeofchillitown
14/12/2009
14:06
Good news starting to flow. Fancy a strong update in Jan.
thepopeofchillitown
29/11/2009
15:27
Saw this tipped in the Telegraph a while ago now. Undervalued.
ls lowry
29/11/2009
15:17
lets hope we can close above 200p by the end of the week.
davidwilkin
28/11/2009
19:50
Agreed my family bold a small stake.
ls lowry
27/11/2009
10:30
Very good news on the contract front, sounds like there could more on the way in the future. Picked up 5,000 first thing, will look to add on weakness. Have been waiting ages for this kind of catalyst.
simon gordon
17/11/2009
15:18
Flat after almost three years: free stock charts from www.advfn.com
simon gordon
17/11/2009
15:01
Surprising large fall today when latest trading statement of 5 Nov positive. The company is well positioned and ought to do well even if it is just currency terms. Weakness seems to be perhaps an over reliance on a handful of customers. Look good value to me but quality of earnings could be a concern.
engineer66
04/11/2009
20:20
in today off the back of a decent write up in money observer, not the most exciting stock but i need a bit of peace and quiet with at least a little of my portfolio, 225p short term for me and then will re-assess. (Can see these being £3 in 18 months time) good luck all.
davidwilkin
17/9/2009
15:00
Tipped in today's Telegraph
beaufort1
17/9/2009
11:53
Well this is bouncing back very nicely after good interims earlier in the month
beaufort1
30/6/2009
10:50
Brewin forecasts - 7/5/09: 2009 T/O - 777m PBT - 18.9m EPS - 18.3 DPS - 8.9 2010 T/O - 829m PBT - 21.4m EPS - 21 DPS - 9.6 Brewin reckon: "220p places the company on an EV/EBITDA multiple of 5x current year, falling to 4.5x in 2010: at this level Hilton is still on a 10% discount to its peer group." *Trading update - 16th July. free stock charts from www.advfn.com
simon gordon
27/4/2009
19:58
There have been frequent substantial director buys here. It does signal internal confidence in the company prospects. A note of caution - I wonder if the current swine flu outbreak will have any impact on pork sales?
haywards26
27/4/2009
08:03
Even more director buys. This one now owns 6.66%.
gordon brown
24/4/2009
14:19
can anybody shed any light on the these automatic trades today ....someone started buying small lots of 20 odds shares, then selling a few, then increasing slowly to 30 then now around the 40 shares at a time?? every 2 or 3 minutes anyone small auto tradegoing through. its been bringing the share price down slightly all day? thanks
caw1965
23/4/2009
22:25
Like I have said previously they are on my watchlist, but would not buy in with a share price over 165p. Especially in current economic climate, where I think there is a reasonably strong chance of the markets falling further than the last recent lows. Bringing the majority of stocks down with it. At present see better value elsewhere, but with director buys being encouraging, a fall will see my interest grow further. IMO
haywards26
23/4/2009
22:17
Looks pretty reasonable value, not withstanding Simon Gordons comments. Quite low volumes being traded for a company of this size.
engineer66
23/4/2009
19:34
More Director buying today.
gordon brown
15/4/2009
20:21
HFG are on my watchlist. I like the growth, divi yield. Will likely be a buyer on any weakness under 160p. Will further analyse the annual accounts also, but on initial viewing appear to be fine.
haywards26
15/4/2009
12:20
My wife likes these so much she put them in her Isa. It's a very interesting company. Underated and no threads running. http://www.hiltonfoodgroupplc.com/
gordon brown
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