Share Name Share Symbol Market Type Share ISIN Share Description
Imperial Brands LSE:IMB London Ordinary Share GB0004544929 ORD 10P
  Price Change % Change Share Price Bid Price Offer Price High Price Low Price Open Price Shares Traded Last Trade
  +4.00p +0.13% 2,987.50p 2,989.00p 2,990.00p 2,991.50p 2,971.00p 2,982.00p 1,306,882 16:35:27
Industry Sector Turnover (m) Profit (m) EPS - Basic PE Ratio Market Cap (m)
Tobacco 30,247.0 1,861.0 147.6 20.2 28,492.89

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19/8/2018
20:50
😊 FWIW 'Should you buy Neil Woodford’s top two stocks?' Imperial Brands The largest holding in Woodford’s flagship £6bn fund is tobacco manufacturer Imperial Brands (LSE: IMB). At 30 June, the stock had an 8.9% weighting in the fund according to the Woodford Investment Management website, which is certainly a large position. Clearly, the portfolio manager sees considerable value in Imperial. Is it a good stock to buy then? Personally, I share his view that it offers value right now. With the stock down around 27% from the level it was trading at two years ago, I think he has been smart to load up on the shares. It’s no secret there are concerns that the tobacco industry is in decline. However, as my colleague Rupert Hargreaves pointed out, this is nothing new. Tobacco sales have been declining for decades now, yet tobacco manufacturers have always found ways to remain profitable. And tobacco investors have been rewarded handsomely. Zooming in on Imperial Brands in particular, the company has lifted its dividend by 10% per year for nine consecutive years now, which is an incredible achievement, and it plans to keep increasing its payout by 10% per year in the medium term. Of course, with governments around the world continually trying to regulate the tobacco industry, there are risks to the investment case here. However, with the shares currently trading on a forward-looking P/E of just 11.3 (vs the FTSE 100 median of 13.9) and offering a huge dividend yield of 6.3%, Imperial’s risk/reward profile looks attractive, to my mind. HTTPS://www.fool.co.uk/investing/2018/08/19/should-you-buy-neil-woodfords-top-two-stocks/
philanderer
17/8/2018
14:50
Thanks Phil ... the content of the last two items appear diametrically opposed to each other.
patdavey
17/8/2018
14:40
Imperial Brands PLC@ImperialBrands 3 hours ago Imperial Brands PLC Retweeted Fontem Ventures We’re supporting the recommendations from the UK House of Commons Science and Technology Committee to relax regulations hampering the UK’s vaping sector. We’d like to see more smokers trying e-cigarettes like myblu.
philanderer
14/8/2018
00:07
'E-cigarette fluids disable the lung’s cleaning systems and could cause chronic diseases, study finds' HTTPS://uk.news.yahoo.com/e-cigarette-fluids-disable-lung-223022767.html?guccounter=1
philanderer
11/8/2018
12:53
'Is This a Buying Opportunity for Tobacco Stocks?' dd 7-Aug hTTp://www.morningstar.co.uk/uk/news/169401/is-this-a-buying-opportunity-for-tobacco-stocks.aspx?ut=2 Considers BATS vs IB vs PMI excerpt: 'On the other hand, the market now appears to be overlooking the potential of pipeline products to reignite growth. Our new analysis increases our conviction that the sell-off has been so steep that there is value in the group. Our pick is Imperial Brands (IMB), which has been egregiously punished by the market. At 10.6 times 2019 earnings and paying a 7% dividend yield, Imperial is trading at multiples below its peers, below its historical averages and 20% below our £37 fair value estimate, reflecting investors' overly pessimistic outlook. We think Philip Morris International and Japan Tobacco are also undervalued.' [continues]
jrphoenixw2
08/8/2018
18:59
The 2yr downtrend has now been broken for over 25 trading days,we are now above the 200 ma,50 ma is very close to crossing 200 ma, which if positive will be a golden cross,all we need then is 100 ma to cross over,we could then have a lovely up trend!!
contrarian joe
08/8/2018
10:48
this is eyeing that £30 level - can she make it through...
jezza123
08/8/2018
07:52
One indicator of a value trap is fuzzy thought at board level where the managers have no strategic vision.
erogenous jones
07/8/2018
17:33
or ;-) 'Spluttering tobacco: time to buy or value trap?' Once-mighty tobacco stocks have endured a torrid 12 months. Some fund managers are buying on weakness, others warn of a 'value trap'. HTTP://citywire.co.uk/money/spluttering-tobacco-time-to-buy-or-value-trap/a1144806?re=57129&ea=290170&utm_source=BulkEmail_Money_Daily_Summary&utm_medium=BulkEmail_Money_Daily_Summary&utm_campaign=BulkEmail_Money_Daily_Summary
philanderer
07/8/2018
13:56
'Is This a Buying Opportunity for Tobacco Stocks?' Despite looming margin pressure, disappointment with heated tobacco performance is creating opportunities HTTP://www.morningstar.co.uk/uk/news/169401/is-this-a-buying-opportunity-for-tobacco-stocks.aspx
philanderer
02/8/2018
14:15
Imperial Brands PLC @ImperialBrands 2 hours ago More than 1 million pod format myblu starter kits have been trialled by US adult smokers and vapers in the past few months. Nicotine salt 'myblu Intense' now also added to the blu franchise in both the US and UK #vaping
philanderer
01/8/2018
12:12
thanks warranty.... I am expecting the share price to recover the ground lost from earlier this year. As for the £30 mark, well my hunch is that it will not be broken for at least another week. The purchases I have made this year are in separate SIPP accounts for my sons and, at the moment, their core holdings are being built. Am rather of the opinion that, based on life expectancy for todays pensioner retiring aged 66, a investment pot of at least £600,000 is needed to survive retirement. Furthermore, a young person needs to spread investment accross a number of different wrappers, the bulk of which should be in ISA before working on SIPP wrapper because there will be times when savings are needed from such wrapper (house buying/marriage/new child etc) and an ISA is for such purposes, IMO.Of course, I am not an investment advisor and very amateur in my portfolio management skills, but the ratio between capital in each wrapper is 5:1 (and I am looking after the 1 part). Anyway, although for myself my deals tend to be in blocks of £10,000, their accounts are rather smaller and deals are in £1,000 blocks.
erogenous jones
01/8/2018
11:58
Tuesday rise all gone :-S
philanderer
31/7/2018
16:42
Well timed EJ, nice little profit on your purchase yesterday. Let's hope we can get over £30 by the end of the week and keep going.
warranty
31/7/2018
14:24
Fag shares going well today :-)
philanderer
30/7/2018
10:26
Have taken the liberty to add a few more to a SIPP account. Don't care for the products, but that does not mean it is a poor investment.
erogenous jones
21/7/2018
09:12
Imperial’s bet on e-cigarettes seems safer HTTPS://www.thetimes.co.uk/article/imperial-s-bet-on-e-cigarettes-seems-safer-vrsb5b5pv
philanderer
20/7/2018
09:10
Fag shares on the up this morning. 😀👍🏼
philanderer
20/7/2018
08:45
Well head and shoulders formation is now history - bounced very comfortably off of 2800 - it's 3000 she needs to breach next... I still can't shake the hunch someone is trying to quietly accumulate here.
jezza123
17/7/2018
22:59
Telegraph market report... Imperial Brands slipped back 38.5p to £28.15 after JP Morgan warned that the European tobacco sector’s results will remain “weak”. https://www.telegraph.co.uk/business/2018/07/17/market-reportgreene-king-unsteady-feet-amid-worries-debt-terms/
philanderer
16/7/2018
22:07
Bullish trend support 2728p resistance 2912p
action
12/7/2018
21:10
Sold a few today at lunchtime as it made good headway in morning trading, just to reduce my holding and take a bit of profit. As I think it struggling to move higher at present and posibly due a slight pull back since the last leg up. If it drops back to around 28 or below I will be back in with what I sold today. Good luck all Ken
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