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Portmeirion Group Plc

-5.00 (-1.2%)
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
  -5.00 -1.2% 413.00 6,011 10:08:31
Bid Price Offer Price High Price Low Price Open Price
410.00 416.00 418.00 413.00 418.00
Industry Sector Turnover (m) Profit (m) EPS - Basic PE Ratio Market Cap (m)
Vitreous China Table Articls 111.09 5.56 39.10 10.45 57.79
Last Trade Time Trade Type Trade Size Trade Price Currency
15:59:12 O 2,000 413.899 GBX

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Date Time Title Posts
23/5/202313:29Portmeirion - profits on a plate384
27/4/201011:37Portmerion: the Prisoner of Pots?68

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Portmeirion (PMP) Most Recent Trades

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2023-06-02 14:59:14413.902,0008,277.98O
2023-06-02 13:24:32413.005792,391.27O
2023-06-02 13:23:14414.242801,159.87O
2023-06-02 13:08:51414.4037153.33O
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Posted at 23/5/2023 13:29 by darrin1471
I also believe the drop is due to flagged US uncertainty.

I would expect PMP to know exactly how coronation sales went, through their online channels and wholesale orders. Uncertainty may exist about how long those sales will continue before they need to be put in the sale section.

Posted at 02/5/2023 10:55 by dicktrade
On the PMP direct retail website they are starting to sell out of the Charles III
memorabilia crockery, they do give pretty swift 'back in stock' dates so i am assuming this is good news not poor forecasting of sales .

Posted at 02/5/2023 10:01 by zho
Portmeirion (PMP) Stock Analysis - May-2023

Posted at 30/4/2023 11:17 by zho
Comparator company Churchill China tipped by Money Week:

Renewed optimism that a global recession can be avoided is especially palpable in small caps such as this £144m ceramics firm, which produces plates, mugs and cookware for the hospitality and retail sectors. About 40% of group sales come from the UK, with the second-largest market in continental Europe.

Posted at 13/4/2023 10:32 by melody9999
Nice results over at CHH today so a positive read across on the sector.

Just comparing the raw numbers, PMP is so much cheaper than CHH with a rolling 1 year PE of 8.4 compared with 16.7 and higher divi.according to Stocko

Posted at 12/4/2023 10:03 by melody9999
Doubled up today. PMP is cheap and has little resistance chartwise up to 600p – which is my target and also broker Singer target. Energy hedge until Q1 2024 but with prices reducing this should give them time to negotiate a reasonable deal.

Also final divi ex 20/4 for 12p.

Posted at 05/4/2023 10:35 by zho
Paul Scott interviewed CEO Mike Raybould last week. PMP move around 600 containers a year and MR says that rates have dropped from a peak of around $20,000 to pre-pandemic levels of around $3,500, which Paul says should generate annual savings in the high digit millions, comparable to 2022 pre-tax profits.

There is a lag of about 6 months on these savings because PMP turn over stock twice a year, and it's worth noting that shipping rates peaked towards the end of 2021 and fell uniformly throughout 2022.

Posted at 03/4/2023 16:41 by cwa1
Nice to see PMP getting the tiniest amount of share price appreciation :-)
Posted at 25/3/2023 20:00 by tole Group (LON:PMP) – 600p Price ObjectiveAs it recovers from the Pandemic hassles this pottery and homewares group is pushing its sales and profitability higher.Yesterday's results for the year to end December 2022 showed revenues of £110.8m (£106.0m), with adjusted pre-tax profits of £8.0m (£7.2m) generating earnings of 46.8p (38.7p) enabling a treble covered dividend of 15.5p (13.0p) per share.Analyst Sahill Shan at Singer Capital Markets rates the group's shares as a Buy, with a 600p price objective.For the current year he looks for £113.4m sales, £9.5m profits, 51.7p earnings and a 17.22p dividend.Singer's suggest that the group will progress gradually over the next few years, going for £120.4m sales in 2024 and £125.7m in 2025, lifting profits to £11.4m and £12.6m respectively. That would see earnings up to 62.3p then 68.5p a share, amply covering dividends of 20.76p then 22.82p per share.This continues to be a very appealing investment story.The £52m capitalised group's shares rose 7% on the results to close last night at 376p after touching 380p during the day.
Posted at 15/12/2022 19:48 by illiswilgig
UK forward wholesale gas price curves are headed downwards. No great surprise. We've not run out of gas yet despite Putin's best efforts and the cold snap with no wind.

Gas bought today for delivery Q2 2024 is around 243p/therm whereas todays spot price is around 380-400p though I'd expect that to fall next week as the cold weather eases, wind returns and some of gas-fired plants stop running full tilt.

6p/kWh addition looks like quite a good assumption if you forward bought for mid 2024 today. But probably best not to do that in the middle of a coldsnap in December with gas powerstations runnning full tilt? But WDIK? I'm not an expert.

Figures taken for UK NBP prices from ERC Energy site. No idea how accurate they are.

Thats the wholesale price. If you are buying forward 38m kWH annually I'd expect close to the wholesale price.

Longterm spot prices seem to have been between 35-70p/therm so we're not there yet.

400p/therm converts to around 13.6p/kWh and
243p/therm converts to around 8.3p/kWh
70p/therm converts to around 2.4p/kWh

if I have got my sums right. No guarantee there!

Doesn't look like any reason to panic for March2024 right now? Personally I'm happy to leave to the management who had the foresight to fix their gas prices in 2021 out to 2024. Very astute.

Happy to be corrected by someone who knows much more about it than I do which is not hard,


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