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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 Shares Traded Last Trade
  0.00 0.0% 55.50 1,159 08:00:00
Bid Price Offer Price High Price Low Price Open Price
53.00 58.00 55.50 55.50 55.50
Industry Sector Turnover (m) Profit (m) EPS - Basic PE Ratio Market Cap (m)
Personal Goods 19.66 0.46 2.12 26.2 7
Last Trade Time Trade Type Trade Size Trade Price Currency
12:44:39 O 750 57.15 GBX

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Pittards Daily Update: Pittards Plc is listed in the Personal Goods sector of the London Stock Exchange with ticker PTD. The last closing price for Pittards was 55.50p.
Pittards Plc has a 4 week average price of 50p and a 12 week average price of 50p.
The 1 year high share price is 73p while the 1 year low share price is currently 50p.
There are currently 12,914,480 shares in issue and the average daily traded volume is 756 shares. The market capitalisation of Pittards Plc is £7,167,536.40.
clocktower: A very positive statement and being able to achieve this from its own resources shows how strongly the company is starting to perform. The share price could easily double from here and head towards former highs as it has been grossly undervalued for a long time. The major shareholder added again this year, as did the ceo. I am looking forward to see H1 figures in September.
clocktower: With recession around the corner and energy costs rising, I cannot see Pittards being a good place in 2023 regrettably. While the order book was well up,it may not reflect that the profit will also rise. What can any investors event do for PTD?
my retirement fund: It's going to be on a high PE and high risk with a long track record of both poor management and high costs. Difficult to see a premium share price afforded here.
clocktower: It seems it will take a few days before the achievement is recognised, and the prospects for the next 12 months are reflected in a much higher share price. Though the MM marked it well up to start it seems as though a a few small trades have impacted the share price The increase in investment and stock on the sea has taken the shine off the numbers but once the supply chain becomes more stable, I guess that will reverse once again, which will add a huge amount to the bottom line.
smithie6: 10% of the company in return for getting the share price down from 200p to 70p. You couldn't make it up. Disgraceful. Blatant theft in return for reducing the share price ?? Except on UK stock mkts ....a home for corruption (Cupid, Globo, theft from the public, financial scams, false accounts (Tesco, Speedy, Globo, Invu, & many many more) & directors taking the shareholders' assets. ----- Sorry to be banging out the same old message. But imo it is wrong for dirs to award themselves wealth/assets in return for reducing the share price & losing money for shareholders !. At PTD or any company. Company Act 2006 needs changing imo to make it illegal. & let us recall the scandal of dirs bonuses at Persimmon. UK mkts are often like the wild west or an unruly casino.
callumross: The Scheme continues to vest in March 2022; however, the scheme has been modified. The exercise period has been extended to April 2023, formerly August 2022, taking into the impact of COVID-19. The base price has been set at 51p, with two new conditions. Firstly, that no award will be made unless the share price reaches or exceeds 70p, and finally that the aggregate award to management will not exceed 10% of the issued share capital, being 1,388,860 shares (the company already holds 934,210 in treasury). Previously the scheme was uncapped
smithie6: ...shares options... I can't recall the exact details but was it 10% of the co. if the sh. price stayed above 70p for X days ?? (the sh. price has fallen from ~200p to 60p since 200-205p that the dirs. have decided to award themselves 10% of the co. for 'achieving' to reduce the share price from 200p to 60p disgraceful/shameful but until the stock market imposes some rules for options for all listed cos. these type of things will happen. Recall the scandal/shock at Persimmon with directors bonuses of massive % of the annual profit. Tens of millions of £ !. Not long afterwards they departed. So that option scheme didn't work very well ! Since there are no rules for options schemes (except the guideline of <10% in 10years; widely ignored) such scandals will happen. AIM, but like the wild west at times. ---- PTD each person to their own views ---- best wishes for the workers & situation in Ethiopia. Hopefully the weapons will be put away in the rebel areas.
clocktower: Agreed callumross and if your the buyer, I think you have made a wise purchase at this time. In post 403, I said I considered them a safe bet again but I was not yet ready to invest in PTD but would have if the share price would have stayed under 60p While I think it still has legs, there is little prospect of buying in any volume, without pushing the share price way up, and remember there are a lot of shares that certain people receive once it goes over 70p if my memory serves me correctly. It was smithie6 that made a point of the dilution and the fact that the workers never shared in the benefits bestowed upon the directors. Though I do believe they are doing a good job in turning this around but factors like the production in Ethiopia were out of their hands, if things had gone differently. Some time ago, I said I would switch from sell to buy and I did but I was not the buyer, as I see little scope if one wants any volume over say 20k + of shares. without paying a very much higher price, as can be seen by todays movement. I think when the results are out, the share price may hit well over 70p. If smithie6 is still around maybe he can remind us about that share issue which was set at 70p I think - please correct me if I am wrong. DYOR
clocktower: Thing is S so many people are going vegan and if the prices of hides fall PTD with its huge stock is likely that PTD have to write the holding down in value imo. I dare say they are also opposed to buying leather goods, and with the need to reduce plastic, I would have thought leather would be more sustainable. However car makers are pushing cloth and I guess those fabrics are mostly synthetic and worse than leather. I'm sounding more like you were six months ago when you were attacking the management for their greed, getting 10% of the company when the share price hit 70p - did it have to stay at 70p for x numbers of days for them to receive the reward S? I cannot remember.
clocktower: £5.3k maybe to you S but he purchased more late last year and bear in mind his salary was £119k in 2020 before tax, and if you have a family etc to support then £5k would be a pretty large chunk of spare cash I would suggest. As I am not familiar with tax and NI deductions in the UK S, please tell me how much you expect Mr Average would have take home money out of £119k ? He now owns 1.04% of Pittards and I consider that for a CFO that earns £119K pa. that has been buying more shares since last year a very decent commitment to PTD and bearing in mind any of his options will only kick in when the share price rises above 70p. It is only that, bar punting money, I am fully invested across my portfolio or I would add to my holding of PTD right now while the share price is so undervalued imo. and clearly that is the view of the CFO of PTD's.
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