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NFDS Nthn.Foods

75.00
0.00 (0.00%)
01 Mar 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 Shares Traded Last Trade
  0.00 0.00% 75.00 0.00 00:00:00
Bid Price Offer Price High Price Low Price Open Price
Industry Sector Turnover Profit EPS - Basic PE Ratio Market Cap
  -
Last Trade Time Trade Type Trade Size Trade Price Currency
- O 0 75.00 GBX

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Date Time Title Posts
03/3/202401:37Northern Foods - a Tasty Choice!86,215
07/2/201914:50NFDS YUMMY1
28/5/200902:15NFDS6
11/8/200815:56Ready Meals the growth area4
12/7/200618:49Northen Foods1,747

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Posted at 29/2/2024 15:32 by aleman
RIP Dave Myers. Am I imagining it or does there seem to be an unusual number of male celebrities dying in their 50s and 60s?

Shopped at SBRY. Roads quiet and store very quiet. (Where is everybody these days?) List price was only 7.1% above what I paid this week with fewer offers and the odd higher price but still down on autumn and maybe a year ago.

German Jan CPI 2.5% from 2.9% but only 0.85% over last 9 months. It's basically on target now and below target for anything slightly under the last 12 months. I don't suppose it's crossed their mind to make the Eurobond yield curve slightly less inverted rather than keep the brakes on so hard that the wheels have locked. with a corresponding loss of control?
Posted at 23/2/2024 10:38 by aleman
James Smith, developed markets economist at ING. He is predicting the first rate reduction in August.

UK energy prices will fall by 12% in April and it’s likely the regulator will lower the price cap again in July. That’s set to take headline inflation below 2% in April and we think it will stay below the Bank of England’s target for much - if not all - of 2024.

I've been saying this for maybe 6 months. Lots of economists have started saying it in the last month or two. If everyone thinks it's going below target, shouldn't they be cutting now in anticipation, like they have been in some other countries? When will the MPC start saying this and cut?
Posted at 22/2/2024 16:13 by aleman
Ofgem price cap expected to announced with a fall from £1926 to £1656 tomorrow. This 14%+ fall (not everybody pays this exactly, of course) will push 12-month CPI down sharply in April.

Edit - It looks like there's a new model Swift coming in so they probably have old model stock to shift before it's second hand price drops.
Posted at 19/2/2024 16:48 by aleman
Up next to nothing.

Very quiet on roads to SBRY and quiet in store. Doesn't seem to be as many offers but still som einflated prices. Why have some products not come back down in price after food commodities have fallen all the way back? The offers are back to where they should be. Non-offers probably are not. The list price totalled 13% higher than my Nectar payment. Still rarely paying £100, though, so can't be that much higher.

A sunny day after ovenight rain. It did not dry up enough to cut the grass. Our plum has blossomed today. Our daffs are starting to yellow. 14.2C after 6.0C.
Posted at 13/2/2024 11:06 by aleman
Good morning. Late start today. Floor more dry than wet for a change. No sun yet.

These new experimental employment numbers look to be churning out garbage. The big rise in unemployment and small fall in long term sick is now a small rise in unemployment and a big rise in long term sick. Which is it? And they look worse if you dig:

There are 393k/+0.7% more people aged 16+ than a year ago yet the total hours they worked was completely unchanged at +0.0m/+0.0% hours. UK employed -312k/-1.2%. Non-UK employed +405k/+6.3% of which EU -15k/-0.7%. Inactive +120k/+1.3%. Long term sick +217k/+8.4%. Inactive wanting job +73k/+4.1%.

Average energy price compared to last year:

System Average Price (SAP) of gas 

In the week to 4 February 2024, the System Average Price (SAP) of gas increased by 4% when compared with the previous week. However, this was 52% lower than the equivalent week of 2023.

Our accompanying System Average Price of gas dataset is available.
System Price of electricity

In the week to 4 February 2024, the System Price of electricity decreased by 8% when compared with the previous week and was 62% lower than the equivalent week of 2023.

I'm getting fed up with this bug. That two week sniffle turned into a burning sinus infection at night on Friday. It's not inhibiting as yet but my chest is starting to feel a bit sore this morning. I've only just rid of the lesser aftereffects of Covid. We need better weather!
Posted at 04/2/2024 20:19 by wllmherk
VOD results tomorrow, says a lot that I tend to read them behind my fingers, can't remember the last time they issued results and the share price rose. Going to get a lot colder this week,

wllm :)
Posted at 25/1/2024 21:27 by kiwi2007
UK domestic banks seem to be Quasi-Government agencies these days. No wonder their share prices are so low.

Still, a 13Bn boost to the economy just prior to an election is a decent sized rabbit for Hunt to pull out of the hat.
Posted at 16/1/2024 12:36 by gateside
Thanks for the share suggestions of those companies in the Financial Sector.
Held both HSBA & AV. for ages, but sold out before Covid and reinvested elsewhere.

Briefly held PHNX - but didn't time my buys and sells that well, on that one!

CSN is another one I like, share price never seems to do much, but has a nice 8% yield.
Posted at 14/12/2023 16:43 by blueliner
+0.85% folio, [FTSE All-Share+1.49%]
BHP, PHNX, INVP, BRWM, RIO, leading gainers.

Taking the shine off my figures was ENSI -16.1% with a unexpected fundraise at 40p, not too dilutive and they have a strong potential sales pipeline to back it. So Took a small top up at 37p which is half the share price I initially paid last March.
BA. worst fallers.

Bailey's opened his mouth again I see.
Posted at 06/12/2023 18:43 by blueliner
+0.50% folio, [FTSE All-Share +0.43%]

Out all day so missed the BATS news, on my watch list but not a holder, as have my hands full with SUP -9.5%. Agree banning disposables.
ENSI -7.3% a mystery faller.
WDS continues to fall, is there a more informed Aussie investor forum than Hot Copper

BT.A +4.9%, BHP, PLUS, LGEN, MNG, PHNX, leading gainers.

Agree Mr P the SCLP open offer price does not entice me @11p, anything lower I suppose would unnerve the share price

A cold day, heating up to compensate. Weather warning for tomorrow, more floods possible. Max 4C from 1c, which I doubt as dog walking this morning was fraught with avoiding slipping over, the dog was ok though.
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