Share Name Share Symbol Market Type Share ISIN Share Description
Premier Farnell LSE:PFL London Ordinary Share GB0003318416 ORD 5P
  Price Change % Change Share Price Bid Price Offer Price High Price Low Price Open Price Shares Traded Last Trade
  +0.00p +0.00% 185.00p 0.00p 0.00p - - - 0 01:00:00
Industry Sector Turnover (m) Profit (m) EPS - Basic PE Ratio Market Cap (m)
Support Services 903.9 29.2 8.1 22.8 687

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20/9/2015
19:13
What about debt?
spooky
20/9/2015
12:48
Well established business with profits of circa 70 million, dividend yield of around 5%, market cap of under 400 million, anyone know of any other listed companies with the same kind of figures ? Sentiment is poor at the moment however surely fair value must be around £1.50 - £1.80 a share. This must now be a massive candidate for genuine takeover interest.
eastbourne1982
18/9/2015
18:04
But for the Dow falling I suspected the share price would have bounced today CWA the share price is unlikely to go much lower imo.
simon templar qc
18/9/2015
09:09
Morning All Well, in spite of my gentleman's agreement with myself NOT to try and catch falling knives, I've STILL gone for a modest punt on PFL at 108p in the hope that, on a medium term view, it will be worth a little bit more than that. Must be mad :-) Good fortune and luck to all holders.
cwa1
17/9/2015
18:58
Inventories will reduce in second half boosting more cash. If they sell the brass subsidiary gearing will plummet.
simon templar qc
17/9/2015
18:28
Barclays...We reduce our target price to 135p, based on a 12m forward PE of 11.8x, a c10% discount to the long-term average reflecting uncertainty over where margins will stabilise, and equating to a 4.5% dividend yield.
kiwi2007
17/9/2015
15:57
Worth noting that free cash flow is up over 200% to just under 42 million, hardly small fry for a business with a market cap under 500 million.
eastbourne1982
17/9/2015
15:49
yup. Adjusted forecast full year operating profit 73-77m.However does the "adjusted" figure include profit or loss on akron sale?
tricia51
17/9/2015
15:40
Anyone have any idea what they may get for Akron Brass ?
eastbourne1982
17/9/2015
15:34
The company said full year adjusted operating profit was now expected to be in the range of £73m to £77m.
eastbourne1982
17/9/2015
15:16
east, each to their own. I have been following here for a while and I would certainly want a bigger yield than 5.5% before I would be interested.
rcturner2
17/9/2015
15:13
Eastbourne no idea where you got £70m in earnings from. Earnings for H1 were £23.4m, and H2 is the weaker half, so I am expecting full year earnings of around £42m or so, but very much an estimate. Yield should be at least 5% though on current estimates, given the target cover of 1.5x to 2.0x. So not expensive if they can halt the slide in earnings from last year, and cheap if they can reverse them.
edmundshaw
17/9/2015
14:49
Yields never excite me however I'm certainly content with a yield of 5.5% when I think there is room for plenty of upside in the share price from these extremely low levels, the risk / reward here is very appealing. I think it could be possible to make 30% here within the next six to eight months.
eastbourne1982
17/9/2015
14:33
A 40% reduction in the dividend means the current yield is about 5.5% going forward, which is nothing to get excited about.
rcturner2
17/9/2015
14:17
Been buying these in tranches today at around £1.13, I think the fall recently is massively overdone, the company is sensible to cut the dividend, the dividend on offer is still very appealing, these were trading at around £2 just a few months ago which was too high at the time, I see £1.50 - £1.70 as reasonable value and this must now be a takeover target, profits are down a bit however they are still going to make circa 70 million, a market cap of around 420 million is crazy imho.
eastbourne1982
17/9/2015
10:51
Wasn't exactly a shock?
zcaprd7
17/9/2015
08:48
So often the time a dividend is cut, on a change in CEO.
edmundshaw
17/9/2015
08:41
40% cut in dividend was bound to knock share price badly.
simon templar qc
17/9/2015
07:45
Beware high yield when profits fall, PFL now cut the dividend. I suspect same will happen to ECM.
simon templar qc
09/9/2015
14:25
No comparison, other than buying both in tranches...
zcaprd7
04/9/2015
15:09
So, when does Harriet Green start back here? This is the company she transformed. Has the 24hour global office opening hours(suits her sleep is for whimps style). She'll be back to finish what she started imo. share price should rocket if she comes back. Comparing this to HMV, lol, come on guy's!!! be serious.
kmann
28/8/2015
11:42
No CEO here. For sale sign?
zcaprd7
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