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Share Name Share Symbol Market Type Share ISIN Share Description
M.p. Evans Group Plc LSE:MPE London Ordinary Share GB0007538100 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% 570.00 560.00 580.00 - 6,578 08:00:21
Industry Sector Turnover (m) Profit (m) EPS - Basic PE Ratio Market Cap (m)
Food Producers 90.0 9.6 8.7 64.1 311

M.p. Evans Share Discussion Threads

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DateSubjectAuthorDiscuss
14/10/2020
12:03
CPO price now $780 - should add to the H2 numbers.
oli12
16/9/2020
14:43
Interesting cross today of 200,000 shares.
coolen
31/8/2020
16:14
Many thanks Oli12
ntv
28/8/2020
14:55
Don’t disagree Norton re share buybacks, especially when there is debt to service. In the case of MPE it could only purchase around £1m of shares per year, the lack of liquidity meant they often mopped up stock of holders who wanted out. I still believe KLKs vote against the buyback was based on other motives. Time will tell.
oli12
28/8/2020
13:47
I voted against it too, as I always do. Companies are rarely any good at buying back their own shares. They tend to buy high and it is not clear that it has more than a temporary effect on the share price. If they have spare cash they can't invest in the business, they should pay it out to the shareholders. There's nothing like the value of cash in hand. A shareholder can then buy more shares in the company if they think they are good value or choose another company. Buying back shares would tend to increase the % share KLK own, perhaps pushing them over the 29% threshold before they wish to make a bid.
nocton
28/8/2020
13:23
See AGM June resolution 10. Authority to purchase own shares, it was NOT passed and thus buy backs ceased immediately. Based on the numbers it’s likely that KLK voted against this resolution. It’s reasons for doing so.... maybe check the MPE / KLK history.
oli12
28/8/2020
13:13
Why has the company suddenly stop buying it's own shares back?
ntv
29/7/2020
13:40
Promising.
forensic
29/7/2020
11:37
Well KLK are buying again.... their last in market purchases were back in March 2019... time to ready the defenses again.
oli12
28/7/2020
11:57
Indeed. Liquidity here always a problem. Great H1 numbers posted last week and CPO price moving up nicely should bode well for a promising H2. Maybe KLK will come back for a second nibble as well - the bigger holders will decide the price though.
oli12
28/7/2020
11:36
Big volume gone through. Looks like it's cleared a line of stock.
tole
10/1/2020
16:56
Big trade value £5m today - along with the usual smaller trades.
oli12
09/1/2020
18:51
Yes some good headline numbers, 2020 should be good given the price of palm oil. I continue to observe some strange trading going on here, lots of small trades designed to pull the price down.
oli12
09/1/2020
16:16
Production rose 21% in 2019.
bobdouthwaite
31/12/2019
08:38
Palm oil up again.
oli12
30/12/2019
14:32
Based on previous statements the BoD, they have made it clear the price needs to be nearer the £10 level - happy to hold collect the dividend and wait it out.
oli12
30/12/2019
14:23
I would bet on a takeover in 2020
forensic
30/12/2019
11:46
Palm oil price closed at a 3 year high - it has risen just over 40% this year. MPE well placed to benefit from this, some strange recent trading activity here, lots of small trades going through pulling the price up / down. Could Kuala Lumpur Kepong Berhad come back for a take over in 2020 - they are the largest holder.
oli12
05/12/2019
14:28
The FAO Vegetable Oil Price Index rose by 10.4 percent in November, as palm oil price quotations rose amid robust global import demand, increased use for the production of biodiesels and expectations of possible supply shortages next year. Rapeseed and soy oil values also rose.
bobdouthwaite
02/4/2019
08:34
PO and SB price go up and down, but main thing important for the long term is the steadily increasing production and lower costs. PO is a victim of its own success - it has long since hugely overtaken SB oil. SB oil production is a by-product of the animal feed industry - 80% of the bean is meal. The more vegans there are the less will be produced!
nocton
02/4/2019
08:16
pretty depressing results, palm oil price depressed, just too much soya planted.
mw8156
07/11/2018
17:13
people who bid for company - cant believe it but the offer lapsed in December 2016 - some 2 years ago. They bid and failed at £7.40 nearly two years ago and directors at time, and currently, think its worth north of £10. KLK have increased holdings from about !0% in Jan 17 post the lapse to current levels. Looks like they are nicking stock that MPE would otherwise be buying as part of the share buy back. One to just hold and wait for the value to will out either by a decent bid again from KLK or otherwise probably via a rise in palm oil prices. KLK seem to have no qualms buying whatever they can at these levels still it seems. ( eventhough palm oil at a low of some $500 a tonne and it was north of $700 in Dec 16 )
felix99
07/11/2018
15:59
Yes, looks like KL-KEPONG INTERNATIONAL LTD accumulated. Whoever they are
galles
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