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NFDS Nthn.Foods

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0.00 (0.00%)
23 May 2024 - Closed
Delayed by 15 minutes
Share Name Share Symbol Market Type Share ISIN Share Description
Nthn.Foods LSE:NFDS London Ordinary Share GB0006466089 ORD 25P
  Price Change % Change Share Price Bid Price Offer Price High Price Low Price Open Price Shares Traded Last Trade
  0.00 0.00% 75.00 - 0.00 01:00:00
Industry Sector Turnover Profit EPS - Basic PE Ratio Market Cap
0 0 N/A 0

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DateSubjectAuthorDiscuss
23/5/2024
16:12
Normal service resumed with the normal weather? Been up all day until US opened and now looking likely to finish red again.
aleman
23/5/2024
15:44
Forgot to say, the new thermometer arrived and we saw 20.1°C yesterday with a low last night of 11.3°C. The touch of rain we had in the afternoon was enough to set the slugs and snails on a mission. They are causing a lot of trouble in our garden this year and I am getting very tempted to use the dreaded pellets in certain areas where the frogs don't go.
mrphil
23/5/2024
14:51
DrB, to be fair we had gone decimal but three times not a lot is still not a lot, but that's not the point! It's actually very painful!

Had a letter from Lloyds today telling me the interest rate for my "arranged" overdraft is increasing to 34.9% and will increase again in January to 39.9% and goes on to give figures of how much extra that would be each day/month to make it look insignificant. Thankfully I haven't used an overdraft for probably 30 years or more, but how on earth can they justify those rates with bank rate around 5%?!

mrphil
23/5/2024
14:39
I'm not looking forward to tonight's numbers!
skinny
23/5/2024
14:09
Should there be an "r" in groats? :-)
aleman
23/5/2024
13:57
Three times your original salary MrP? Ouch. You must be down 15 groats :-)
dr biotech
23/5/2024
12:20
Just managed to get a current export reading from Smart Metering Systems for our smart meter (they can interrogate it remotely) and was a bit amazed that we have exported 4,105 kWh since we applied for the Smart Export Guarantee back in February. So that's £677.33 Eon should have paid us so far but I bet I will have a battle on my hands!
mrphil
23/5/2024
12:05
A real ouch this morning from both NG. and SSE but have to console myself by the fact I am still up 38% & 48% against original buy prices! Puts it in perspective when I am down on NG. today by over three times my first annual salary! Yes I am old and no I didn't earn much but you get the idea!
mrphil
23/5/2024
11:28
NG.

I dodged that one - energy infrastructure for me has always been a bit risky re: Labour, so I had a fund previously, forget the name and had to let go ~30% up as my provider wasn't go to offer that anymore that was global infra rather than picking stocks.

Though I did hold AIM FCRM and that didn't end well!

carpingtris
23/5/2024
10:56
Think NG is most of ours - and significantly too. Its about 4.5% of my total.
dr biotech
23/5/2024
10:15
Morning everyone.

Cloudy, dry and windy . Not that warm.

Holding NG. as well.

philanderer
23/5/2024
10:06
Some economists now suggesting the ECB will cut in June (while the election call seems to have blown our chance).
aleman
23/5/2024
09:40
UK PMI inflation commentary is a bit mixed but also seems to suggest more weakness to come (after national living wage gets passed on), especially in services. Does the MPC read these? Does CPI accurately reflect price pressure in the UK economy?

May survey data provided signs of a slowdown in inflationary pressures at private sector companies. Input price inflation dropped to its lowest level in seven months, reflecting softer rises in input costs across both sectors. Service providers experienced their weakest cost pressures in over three years, which partly reflected a reduced impact from the higher National Living Wage that was introduced in April. That said, the uplift in input prices remained much faster than for manufacturing companies. Amid the softer rise in input costs, private sector firms increased their selling prices to a weaker extent for the third month running in May, leading prices charged inflation to fall to its lowest level since February 2021. The cooldown was solely driven by the service sector, where some panellists indicated greater efforts to stimulate new work intakes amid competitive pressures. In contrast, goods producers raised their factory gate prices at the sharpest rate in a year, which firms mainly attributed to the pass-through of higher salary payments and material prices to clients.

aleman
23/5/2024
09:30
GBP Flash Manufacturing PMI 51.3 49.5 49.1

GBP Flash Services PMI 52.9 54.7 55.0

skinny
23/5/2024
09:26
EU PMI narrative. Not sure how how input costs being up sharply again squares with them falling to a 3-year low. Nonetheless, the general tone is further moderation in inflation to come when EU CPI is already only 2.4%.

Rates of inflation of both input costs and output prices eased in May, but in each case remained above the pre-pandemic average. Input costs were up sharply again, with the pace of inflation only slightly softer than seen in April. Once again, the service sector was the principal source of inflationary pressure, with input costs rising rapidly. That said, the rate of services input price inflation eased to a three-year low. Meanwhile, manufacturing input costs decreased slightly again, though to the least marked extent in the current 15-month sequence of decline. The pace of output price inflation also softened in May, and was the weakest since November 2023. A slower increase in services charges was partially offset by a weaker reduction in manufacturing selling prices. Softer output price inflation was seen across Germany, France and the rest of the eurozone.

UK gilt yields seem to be rising significantly on the election news. Now suggesting 4 or 5 rate cuts in the next year, then 3, then one more a year or two after, bottoming at 3-3.25%. Are gilts worrying it is going to be spend, spend, spend into an already significant PSBR? There will be an immediate effect of this as fixed rate mortgage deals creep back up in the net couple of weeks. Housing transactions will likely slow again at a time when job loss announcements already seem to be on the increase. Let's hope those weaker inflation noises in PMIs are right so rate cuts don't disappear into the distance - again.

aleman
23/5/2024
08:49
I've been with HL since 1984 and have never held them 🙄

Our hourly forecast up until 5am tomorrow has no rain or sun.

skinny
23/5/2024
08:45
Morning.

Grey and cloudy start but no rain yet.

Another red start for the portfolio.

malcolm caton
23/5/2024
08:42
Skinny, yes I was actually looking at SSE last week and thinking about taking some profit but I have been in them for the long term and have been more than happy so will probably stick. As for NG. I guess it would be silly not to take up the offer.

As an early holder of HL., I wonder why I ever sold them!

mrphil
23/5/2024
08:24
I hadn't noticed that HL have been the subject of bid interest.
skinny
23/5/2024
08:19
No, that was yesterday.

I might buy a few for rounding purposes.

skinny
23/5/2024
08:18
Skinny, I have NG. & SSE in my top three by value, is it time to reduce I wonder?
mrphil
23/5/2024
08:14
NG are my top holding by value.

All utilities have been marked down - fear of a Labour government I assume.

skinny
23/5/2024
08:12
Blimey, NG. one of my top 3 individual holdings, where did that come from?
mrphil
23/5/2024
08:07
NG. is my 7th largest holding so this will affect my portfolio today.
gateside
23/5/2024
08:06
Good Morning.

The NG rights issue has gone down like a lead balloon!

At least its not raining yet.

skinny
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