Share Name Share Symbol Market Type Share ISIN Share Description
Portmeirion Group Plc LSE:PMP London Ordinary Share GB0006957293 ORD 5P
  Price Change % Change Share Price Shares Traded Last Trade
  0.00 0.0% 615.00 578 08:00:00
Bid Price Offer Price High Price Low Price Open Price
600.00 630.00 615.00 615.00 615.00
Industry Sector Turnover (m) Profit (m) EPS - Basic PE Ratio Market Cap (m)
Household Goods & Home Construction 87.85 -0.23 -6.02 86
Last Trade Time Trade Type Trade Size Trade Price Currency
14:21:20 O 33 628.00 GBX

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Portmeirion Daily Update: Portmeirion Group Plc is listed in the Household Goods & Home Construction sector of the London Stock Exchange with ticker PMP. The last closing price for Portmeirion was 615p.
Portmeirion Group Plc has a 4 week average price of 585p and a 12 week average price of 545p.
The 1 year high share price is 640p while the 1 year low share price is currently 335p.
There are currently 13,977,112 shares in issue and the average daily traded volume is 9,508 shares. The market capitalisation of Portmeirion Group Plc is £85,959,238.80.
1tx: Yes agreed;the shareprice is probably now up with events following its rise over recent months but I think if we see a further growth in profitability & return to dividends we will see more growth.I am certainly glad I bought here shortly after its share offer last year.It is my intention to hold for the long term.I have always liked this company,I was pleased to buy at a low price.
asagi: results tomorrow. Asagi (long PMP)
pireric: Isn't the reality that this year is a write off for most cyclicals and that the market is looking into 2021 and beyond to value businesses. Its totally excusable why any cyclical will have a bad 2020. Yet most of them are now rerating and I expect PMP to follow suit in due course. Forecasts are for this to get back over 50p of earnings in a couple of years time, which I think might prove a bit conservative, but even then a low-mid teens PE on that would support very substantial upside from here. Given the market is forward looking, I wouldn't be shocked to see Portmeirion post a very strong share price finish to 2020 Eric
illiswilgig: It might. But then it might not. I hear scented candles are the number 1 best seller in the UK at the moment? Just in time for PMP's new production line, improved warehousing and on-line sales drive. Which is not to say that this will replace lost sales of posh crockery through shops - but selling on line is at a higher margin than through department stores and it gives PMP an opportunity to transform itself into a direct on-line seller as well as a manufacturer. Will they succeed? Who knows, and it won't happen overnight - but its got to be worth a try and better than a gradual decline as a supplier of posh plates to department stores whose days are numbered? cheers
zangdook: PMP were notified on July 2nd, and only announced it now?
value hound: So Ruffer have managed to take a near 8% stake without budging the price?
zangdook: Don't know if this means PMP snaffled a bargain or the seller dodged a bullet. Looks cheap on its face.
cjohn: You are right. There's no doubt that many investors are underestimating the financial effects of the shutdown. There are mitigating factors: the various government support schemes; the maintenance of the internet channel; and in the case of PMP, the excellent NHS contract. But there will still be a very negative overall effect and given that the fantastic and fantasist UK government has completely mishandled the outbreak, I suggest factories may be closed for a lot longer. PS No position currently, but like the company a lot. Not dirt cheap enough in the current circumstances.
daijavu: A safe share to hold
podgyted: Well, I might be totally wrong but:- 1) The company had a strong first half (Revenues up 15% on a constant currency basis), now whilst the seasonality here means that they are heavily reliant on H2 performance, outlook comments indicated confidence that momentum would continue. 2) Major factor in the H2 seasonality is Xmas pattern sales in the US - US consumer spending is booming at present. 3) Currency moved in their favour in H2. 4) Retail stats in the UK suggest household goods have done well. On the basis of the above the recent price weakness seemed a buying opportunity to me. Not long (possibly Monday) before I'll either be vindicated or forced to eat my words. (span - look at Jan18 to Jun18 - it does occasionally fly - but agree, did get a nosebleed then came back down to earth.)
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