Share Name Share Symbol Market Type Share ISIN Share Description
Northern 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
  +0.00p +0.00% 75.00p 0.00p 0.00p - - - 0 06:39:02
Industry Sector Turnover (m) Profit (m) EPS - Basic PE Ratio Market Cap (m)
Food Producers 977.0 7.4 3.0 25.2 359.53

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DateSubjectAuthorDiscuss
21/11/2017
17:46
DF, let's hope there are no nasties in the UU. half year results!
mrphil
21/11/2017
17:41
I'm up +0.241% on the day today (FTSE100 +0.296%). Best rises: IMB +3.40%, BLT +1.80% and BATS +10.78%. Worst falls: CLLN -7.06%, CPG -3.33% and UU. -1.27%. Funny how the price of CPG stayed almost level after the fall on the results. Makes me think that there was a large phased sale. IMB perked up on bid rumours, apparently. CLLN continues to sink. Rats leaving the sinking ship. +11°C this morning with a thin layer of cloud. The sun never made it through. UU. report half-term results tomorrow. They have been in a steady decline of late. Maybe they will tell us why. DF
deanforester
21/11/2017
17:35
Thanks Aleman, will keep watching for now. Aaaarrrgggh! Why can't it just hang on to a gain for just a few minutes longer? Spent most of the day positive and looked good last time I took a peek, but SIPP -0.12% UU. (again), BRCI & GSK and the pot -0.26% LLOY, RR. & DC. I suppose a continual drip may be preferable to a sudden big fall, as long as we don't get both! Had the tree man round this afternoon, a very reasonable £350 quoted for quite a bit of work, but he can't do it until January now. The Secret Life of 5 Year Olds and then The A Word this evening.
mrphil
21/11/2017
17:22
Just +0.19% today with excellent results from SFR (+12.4%) and TEP (+4.6%) being offset by a poor showing from ISAT and RPC. ISAT is today's worst value faller and CINE is today's best value riser. Alas SFR is only a small holding but I took advantage today and topped up. :-) A very mild day with cracks in the cloud cover affording sight of blue sky. Even the sun decided to join the party at one point, it was most pleasant and I was able to ride just shy of 45 miles on the bike this afternoon. I am now enjoying a well earned rest. :-)
hyden
21/11/2017
15:19
The fall is shocking MrPhil. Much more and I will need to think of selling at a loss. ISAT was c. 3.5% of my portfolio, larger than my average holding, and it makes me more nervous with so much in one company when it is not performing as expected. I don't want it to turn into a disaster like CLLN.
hyden
21/11/2017
15:03
Looks like I may need to join you guys in ISAT at this rate!
mrphil
21/11/2017
14:45
Aleman, sadly I don't need to pay in instalments just yet, maybe next year! ;-)
mrphil
21/11/2017
14:25
Https://seekingalpha.com/news/3313740-bitcoin-drops-following-tether-hack
aleman
21/11/2017
12:35
Larger companies pay in instalments that start just into the second half of the accounting year. (It sounds like it could get complicated if you get sudden losses!) The corporation tax trend will be fairly up-to-date for larger listed companies that report twice per year. Https://www.gov.uk/guidance/corporation-tax-paying-in-instalments
aleman
21/11/2017
12:26
Aleman, how is that Corporation Tax info collated? We don't pay it until 9 months after the year end so is it based on receipts, in which case the Q3 info would relate to last year? We don't know what our liability will be until a few months after the year end so that would be difficult to monitor. Or am I missing something?
mrphil
21/11/2017
12:23
DF - I'm finding results don't seem to matter any more. The good news is quickly forgotten. The market us selling off more and more small and midcaps. Consumers are more indebted than ever. Investors are margin trading more than ever. It only takes slight interest rate rises and/or a slight economic slowdown (loss of hours/overtime) for them to become sellers of assets to meet debt payments. A squeeze on UK consumers and investors might hit UK small and midcaps without touching big international foreign earners if the slowdown is not globally widespread (yet).
aleman
21/11/2017
12:13
Growth in production taxes and VAT slowed in October to less than inflation from being comfortably ahead earlier in the year. Also fuel duty fell slightly. I find it very hard not to think we were flirting with recession in October from these numbers, which is also indicated by retail sales and a big rise in "inactives" and part-time self employed in employment numbers. Corporation tax has fallen for 4 consecutive months Y-o-Y after being on a strong upward trend before that - more than 20% up between 15/16 and 16/17 and more recently: Q1/17 +28%, Q2 +9%, Q3 -3%. Corporation tax makes it look like a recession has started. Https://www.ons.gov.uk/economy/governmentpublicsectorandtaxes/publicsectorfinance/bulletins/publicsectorfinances/october2017
aleman
21/11/2017
11:52
Decent results from CPG, yet they go down 3%. Why, I wonder? DF
deanforester
21/11/2017
10:57
There are lots of reports of increased vulcanism around the world but Iceland is probably where we should be watching most. Some solar scientists and vulcanologists link it to a change of phase from global warming to cooling. Http://icelandmonitor.mbl.is/news/nature_and_travel/2017/11/17/iceland_s_volcanoes_may_be_getting_ready_to_blow/
aleman
21/11/2017
10:13
Looks like Swedes are getting as bad as Brits with snow. An inch or two and all the public transport gets cancelled in Stockholm. It's hard to believe. Https://www.thelocal.se/20171121/traffic-chaos-arrives-with-first-snow-in-stockholm-in-pictures There are suggestions that somewhere in southern England could see a record high tomorrow. The early snows are creeping closer, though. Some sources say we'll see snow on the UK's Northern hills at the weekend and some even say snow to low levels and parts of the South. White Christmas odds are have shortened even further in England, with London at 4/1 and Manchester at 7/2.
aleman
21/11/2017
08:59
Morning all, a mildly positive start for me. SFR and TEP are reporting today, both have been received positively by the market. ICP is continuing to rise and again looks a strong contender for the best value riser.
hyden
21/11/2017
08:25
Nice to see a return to people demanding quality over price https://realbusiness.co.uk/sales-and-marketing/2017/11/20/britains-consumers-name-30-favourite-retailers/?
mrphil
21/11/2017
08:24
Https://www.blackpoolgazette.co.uk/news/business/slowdown-in-signs-of-growth-1-8862865
aleman
21/11/2017
08:16
I was heartened to see SSE starting positive but then I saw UU. continues it's plunge to new depths :-(
mrphil
21/11/2017
08:14
Morning All. Another dull day yesterday with a high of 12.7°C which only dropped to 11.3°C overnight. Haven't read this yet although I did contribute https://www.swmas.co.uk/knowledge/national-2017-q2
mrphil
21/11/2017
07:46
Lots of results, today. If there is any bad news, I've missed it.
aleman
21/11/2017
07:43
Remember that broker's letter, published in the WSJ, that Bitcoin futures would be so volatile that they would threaten the clearing system? Https://seekingalpha.com/news/3313586-bitcoin-futures-trading-starting-dec-11
aleman
20/11/2017
19:03
I'm up +0.037% on the day today (FTSE100 +0.119%). Best Rises: BA. +1.68%, SMDS +1.33% and TSCO +1.25%. Worst falls: uu. -1.19%, CLLN -1.16% and SSE -1.11%. Just got back from Chichester, been to a meeting at County Hall. A bit wet on the way home. DF
deanforester
20/11/2017
18:36
+0.36% today. ICP is the stand out best value riser, accounting for almost half the overall rise, and TEP is the worst value faller. Light rain all day. Thankfully the water pressure was restored after the school run. :-)
hyden
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