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Share Name Share Symbol Market Type Share ISIN Share Description
Pittards Plc LSE:PTD London Ordinary Share GB00BHB1XR83 ORD 50P
  Price Change % Change Share Price Bid Price Offer Price High Price Low Price Open Price Shares Traded Last Trade
  -2.50 -3.91% 61.50 60.00 63.00 64.00 61.50 64.00 66,531 10:37:08
Industry Sector Turnover (m) Profit (m) EPS - Basic PE Ratio Market Cap (m)
Personal Goods 15.2 -2.3 -17.7 - 8

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DateSubjectAuthorDiscuss
11/6/2021
09:39
corrective sharebuyback Clocktower, do you understand "corrective" ?? "The Company also announces today it will undertake a Corrective Share Buyback utilising the Authority. On 16th November 2020, the Company undertook a share buyback of 934,210 Ordinary Shares at a price of 38p per share. This transaction is now being rebooked with WH Ireland at the original transaction price of 38 pence".
smithie6
11/6/2021
09:08
I posted incorrect information in error as I failed to read the full RNS - My apologies.
clocktower
10/6/2021
12:45
Hi S, Only another 4/6 six weeks before we get another trading update I expect, as last years was on 20.07.2020 maybe sooner this year, as everything looks so positive in the industry with demand rising from bag makers in China to shoe manufactures around the world, let alone the specialist golf shoes that Pittards supply the leather for. Not to forget with the re-opening of so many sports activities, that will will see increases in demand for gloves once again, be it for cricket, motor sport, cycling or the sports shops filling up for winter sports this autumn. Not to forget one of the most important growth partnerships with vivobarefoot. Https://www.vivobarefoot.com/uk/?gclid=EAIaIQobChMIg9jYj_2M8QIV4RAGAB384w7JEAAYASAAEgKvZ_D_BwE Nice to see a little life in the stock again today, and we might see more of that as we run up to the end of the H1 and a trading update, which could have a huge impact on the share price bearing in mind how tightly the stock is held and the directors/insiders buying not that long ago.
clocktower
08/6/2021
10:50
LOL S - Just good free PR if the company was on the ball - be it Mongolia or the Moon - for the cost of a few pairs of gloves for the poor woman with cold hands - the BBC would just have to say how PTD helped out after reading their article, and bingo thousands of pounds worth of free publicity.
clocktower
07/6/2021
20:19
Mongolia !
smithie6
07/6/2021
09:21
Shortages of gloves in Mongolia. Maybe Pittards could help the poor woman, as good PR through the BBC. Https://www.bbc.co.uk/news/business-57253341
clocktower
03/6/2021
12:18
Retro racing products still made using Pittards leather. I bet there are not many of those sold each year but it just caught my eye when I was looking for something else. Https://classicpartsltd.com/halcyon-retro-racing-leather-apparel-set.html
clocktower
03/6/2021
09:25
Talking about partnership's - look how good the one with vivobarefoot uk has been for PTD.
clocktower
03/6/2021
09:18
Good morning S. There are several British companies making leather satchels very successfully plus a large number of bag makers. I am not sure which one you are talking about but they are in a different market to that of Mulberry and as regards Pittards, making and selling bags is not number one on their list of important things, as selling the leather to many of these smaller manufacturing businesses is. I am sure Pittards support many of them through their expertise though, and by providing them with leather on very good terms, as it can only be good for Pittards if they become the next Mulberry. Far from missing a trick, it is better to assist these companies and form strong bonds to open up markets around the world for British Leather Products.In fact if I was running PTD - I would help those that were buyers of PTD's leathers by showcasing their products on the company website by providing links from the pictures of bags to their company retail websites, and then with other marketing events as long as they committed to purchasing leather from PTD. Strong partnerships is the only way to become world leaders in the industry. Pittards will never be the go to fashion brand for bags but they are a prestige international heritage brand that sits above most of these other makers. Some of these smaller businesses are very successful in their own right, as they capture the fashions and are often the very inspiration that larger makers feed from but never give them credit.
clocktower
02/6/2021
21:36
btw I saw an thing on TV 'How do they do that' English Satchel Co. the woman behind it couldn't find anything she liked so she set up a co. to make satchels ! using just to start £600 ! I guess more later on now making 120k bags/year apparently !! in England ! & selling abroad looks like Pittards & Mulberry were asleep
smithie6
27/5/2021
11:22
If your interested in hearing about the big increase in demand for leather from fashion houses and footwear brands, go to towards the end of this video from Hidenet (which talks about the USA market - but will I expect be reflected in Europe and the Far East). Https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=f64y2cBiess&t=222s (This video is week of 23.05.2021) Https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Xkq7z8qTxFo (This video is week 02.05.2021) (The above one is most interesting as they talk about the UK market at the start) Https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=AfKMeZHoTMo (16 May Video talking about shortages in the European market) Https://uk.advfn.com/cmn/fbb/thread.php3?id=48358321 So, it just not the benefits of the exchange rate that is going the right way for Tanneries and PTD in the UK and Africa - its the big increase in demand.
clocktower
27/5/2021
10:45
If you take a look at the link below you will see how skin prices have been rising by comparison to those in 2020 - this can only be positive for PTD and I expect is one reason that things started to turn around from around August 2020 and the improvements in prices have increased considerable from this dark days that COVID caused so many shut downs. All that stock PTD has only increased in value it seems in the last five months. You need to just look at the one year chart to see how much things have improved this year. Https://fred.stlouisfed.org/series/WPU041
clocktower
27/5/2021
09:55
A forced buy back S is an interesting idea of yours but I can only see them buying them in the market and they maybe waiting to see if the share price falls a bit further before taking another bite of the cherry. Yesterdays trades shows how little it takes to send the share price down after a run northwards. I took another look at the trades and times and have revised my view on those, it maybe they were all sells bar the last 1500 shares as the share price was 52/54 at that time. I am not sure if that 25k was reported correctly as a buy, as you wrote S.
clocktower
26/5/2021
18:43
ah if they generate some cash selling some stock maybe they do a compulsory share buy back of 1:10 shares or offer a special divi or something to try to get the share price up to 70p so they can exercise 1/2 of their options at 51p for ~5% of the co
smithie6
26/5/2021
18:30
Kate's a darling & excellent product promo (apparently lookalike dresses can sell out almost immediately, for hiking boots I don't know) maybe just need to change the brand name from Berghaus (in German) to say Dalehouse (in English) !
smithie6
26/5/2021
15:19
I might have posted this link before but it is well worth a read as it mentions Scottish Leather's trainee scheme and a bit of the background of Mulberry. Https://internationalleathermaker.com/news/fullstory.php/aid/9830/The_Mulberry_Made_to_Last_Manifesto_.html
clocktower
26/5/2021
13:27
looks like ~25k shares sold & then a buy mopping them up, which I guess is a share buy back to reward the dirs.
smithie6
26/5/2021
11:09
Down with a bump I just noticed this morning but looking at that trade for 10k it looks more like a buy than a sell, as a MM went on to raise the bid soon after, unless there is another buy not yet being shown I guess, which could be larger I suppose.
clocktower
25/5/2021
15:45
LOL S - A leather burger, bit hard to swallow but a good chew. :-) Maybe more will be used on clothes as in these links S. Https://www.scott-sports.com/global/en/product/scott-priority-gtx-pant Https://www.scott-sports.com/gb/en/product/scott-priority-gtx-jacket Https://www.onapolo.com/technology/
clocktower
25/5/2021
14:43
storing 1 year's worth of turnover. nuts imo. a cost for storeage space & keeping the humidity at an ok level, & insurance etc hopefully the next update will show a big reduction in inventory (& great cash generation from selling existing inventory where the cost of producing it has already been paid for)
smithie6
25/5/2021
14:39
maybe they could start selling burgers in the café !! ;-) ---- maybe just 6 weeks till we get the trading update & hopefully a rise in profitability & the share price
smithie6
25/5/2021
10:11
I wonder where most of that £15 million of stock is located S. I was looking at the Satellite view of Pittards on Google and it seems to me that there could be an awful lot of stock stored at the rear by Flushing Meadow entrance, not that I can make it out very well. However, another thing is one can see how close the new McDonalds will be to the huge Pittards Car Park - the car park looks empty in this shot as I guess it could have been taken at a weekend but if you turn to street view you notice the main car park is packed with cars (staff cars I expect) the car park by the shop/coffee shop is relatively empty, as one would expect. You can also see the Nissan Garage which is opposite and is to become the McDondalds, and with a good bit of signage, I guess they could attract some to go to the cafe if they were to put a young child's playground up by the cafe, on the large grass verge, you would then attract young mums to pop in, grab a coffee on a regular basis making the shop look busy if nothing else. Https://www.google.com/maps/place/Pittards/@50.9438658,-2.614639,682m/data=!3m2!1e3!4b1!4m5!3m4!1s0x4872404d41d7f7c1:0x868de815702796e3!8m2!3d50.9438624!4d-2.6124503
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