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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 22.8 687.00

Premier Farnell Share Discussion Threads

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DateSubjectAuthorDiscuss
30/10/2015
18:03
New low! I expected a retest after share went xd merger rumours now appear to have fizzled out.
simon templar qc
28/10/2015
01:33
I like the look of the accounts, and of course the yield, but what a horrible chart on almost any time frame! Very much in two minds.
grahamite2
22/10/2015
17:23
Having held a few shares from the Farnell electronic components days I'm still waiting for an executive team/Board of directors that can actually bring this company back to life and raise the share price again. Seems that from the tie up with Premier, no successive teams seem to have been any good and surprised the large shareholders are happy with the situation.
geminian
16/10/2015
19:18
Similar views but lets face it the share rose more than 5% on a rumour and its not the first time its been suggested the ECM and PFL could merge. I suspect the market makers priced up on the rumour and now its faded priced down. I suppose the reality is the world economy is still struggling and if there was any truth in a tie up the company had a duty to issue a RNS. That isn't to say they will never tie up but investors are ever so fickle. The world economy is still struggling at the moment with consumers pockets held tight.
simon templar qc
16/10/2015
18:04
What is behind the recent fall? Merger rumours being denied? No RNS news about it, so some broker must have put his boot in.
deanforester
11/10/2015
21:32
All very well but if its simply rumour without substance share price could suffer later. A tie up been talked about for years but nothing come of it. It would seem the logical thing to do to cut costs, as they are both large distributors but whether it will happen remains to be seen.
simon templar qc
11/10/2015
21:28
Surely the PFL should play catch up with ECM on monday..... Bid rumours... http://www.telegraph.co.uk/finance/markets/marketreport/11923399/Shares-in-Electrocomponents-soar-on-merger-rumours.html
market sniper1
11/10/2015
20:56
Yep surely PFL as some catching up to do with the ECM spike on friday you would think.?
market sniper1
11/10/2015
10:02
Read in The Telegraph yesterday about rumours in the City of Premier Farnell and Electrocomponents merging - probably the reason for yesterday's rise. Any thoughts on this?
biglosses
09/10/2015
15:07
Spiked up today, about time really.
eastbourne1982
03/10/2015
21:08
I too thought ECM would fall further but a tip held back the rout. If global economy continues to weaken both could be hit further. In actual fact ECM margins fell as well so a double whammy with sales growth retracting. My gut feeling tells me to wait a bit longer profit warnings tend to come in threes.
simon templar qc
03/10/2015
12:04
You would have thought it was to be expected really, a lot of bad news has been priced in here, ECM didn't drop too much in the end either, PFL is due a decent bounce soon, I still feel this will settle in the £1.40 - £1.50 range in the medium term on the proviso the wider market doesn't tank. I'm watching ECM as well, looking to buy in there as well at some point.
eastbourne1982
02/10/2015
07:51
ECM updated on trading today and sees growth slow to 3% from 5% but margins fall as well. US falls the worse. Could put pressure on PFL share price as both are similar business models.
simon templar qc
25/9/2015
09:39
Strikes me that this business model could be rolling over so fast that they remain just profitable for the next 12 months and then fall in to operating losses quite quickly. What is the bull case for the business model in the current environment. As soon as EBIT covenants on their USD issued bonds are breached then watch out. They have a revolver as headroom for the present, but I don't like the risk reward at all. I own the prefs which repay in May 2016 and I must say I am particularly nervous about getting hosed.
erstwhile2
24/9/2015
17:58
As ever the price gets downgraded after it has tanked big time already, where were they when the price was £2 a few months ago ?? I imagine they were saying this was a buy. I'm currently sitting on a paper loss as I average around £1.10 however I picked up the dividend today and have no problem holding at these levels, I reckon these will hit £1.50 again within the next 12 - 18 months.
eastbourne1982
24/9/2015
14:44
Strange the downgrade yesterday, yet there was a large rise yesterday. I suspect a bit of jiggery pokery by market makers we know it goes on. The story not changed in my view the company undervalued and a bid could come at this price, I was impressed with the tip on the other boards the other day.
simon templar qc
24/9/2015
14:10
Ah, thanks, Tricia51. :-) Ex 2.6p today. RCTurner2. The 336000 trade is the UT trade at the end of the day, this is the uncrossing trade and is an auction not a single transaction. Please do some research! We already know that. Please do some reading of the board before posting!
ed 123
24/9/2015
13:35
The 336000 trade is the UT trade at the end of the day, this is the uncrossing trade and is an auction not a single transaction. Please do some research!
rcturner2
24/9/2015
13:30
Who knows? Where there's a lot of money, there's a lot of temptation. I, for one, did not expect Volkswagen to cheat like they did. 6p per share x 336,000 = £20,000. I wonder if someone 'got wind of' the downgrade?
ed 123
24/9/2015
12:27
Not wishing to appear overly cynical, but City group waiting for the price to fall 40% then downgrading to a sell, might that mean they or their friends are getting interested in buying some?
edmundshaw
24/9/2015
10:05
Same again as described in my post 452. Reported that Citigroup have downgraded to 'sell'. New target price 90p. Whoever sold the 336,000 shares at 108.25p got lucky. Now 100.25p to sell. Not holding, but watching.
ed 123
23/9/2015
16:52
Any thoughts on the large trade at a premium?
simon templar qc
23/9/2015
14:20
I thought the price would pick up once the US opened considerable UK equities are owned by the US investors.
simon templar qc
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