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Share Name Share Symbol Market Type Share ISIN Share Description
Premier Foods Plc LSE:PFD London Ordinary Share GB00B7N0K053 ORD 10P
  Price Change % Change Share Price Bid Price Offer Price High Price Low Price Open Price Shares Traded Last Trade
  0.00 0.0% 96.90 97.30 97.50 97.60 97.00 97.00 3,973,824 16:35:17
Industry Sector Turnover (m) Profit (m) EPS - Basic PE Ratio Market Cap (m)
Food Producers 847.1 53.6 5.5 17.6 826

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16/4/2021
13:35
Why on earth would it drop to 50p - they could be waiting a long time...
18bt
16/4/2021
12:36
Very quiet here. I think everyone is waiting for it to drop to 50p to buy in.
chickndinner
15/4/2021
15:47
Way overbought IMO
chickndinner
15/4/2021
15:45
Will buy back in when 50p. What say you Kalu?
chickndinner
12/4/2021
12:56
Somebody must be selling every time it get near to £1...………..
cottlet
06/4/2021
08:06
interesting 5%+ open?
qs99
31/3/2021
07:29
Personally, I would wait until further pension scheme news comes through. There are various possible announcements which could be a catalyst for a further rise, but suspect the very short term will be dominated by post lockdown spending - veryone seems to assume the pandemic is over and that pre-pandemic eating out will return in spades.
18bt
30/3/2021
18:33
I was wondering why PFD cant get over £1 quite frustrating! shall I quit or wait longer???
cottlet
26/3/2021
12:25
Just noticed this article posted on the WIN board; another company with a large pension scheme "Covid boost for pension funds" https://www.thetimes.co.uk/article/85cc65de-8a74-11eb-a1a3-928d43a3bbc1?shareToken=a62c36a34b701ea6040fa5b9a858bec8 It suggest Covid will cause "a reduction in the liabilities of defined benefit schemes of as much as 1.5 per cent to 3.5 per cent"
shanklin
18/3/2021
10:53
PFD has been trying to break above 100p for nearly 6 months now, but has formed a strong base around 85p and tried a few times to hold over 100p. It appears to be having another go and the 200 day MA has turned upward. I'm no chartist, but this seems to be primed for another move upwards on any positive news and there are a few catalysts coming in the next couple of months.
18bt
12/3/2021
14:33
The hardest part is getting the cash off iti capital ffs
phlegm
12/3/2021
14:31
Selling at 1.10,happy holidays
phlegm
12/3/2021
13:50
Unusual moves. Wonder whether with the good performance, debt being paid down, if p/e vultures are circling? End of week 5% spike after a few days of rises.....any views anyone? DYOR Cheers QS99
qs99
22/2/2021
11:56
Or somebody getting over-excited about the easing of lockdown on PFD? Really cannot see the fundamentals of the business, with such huge cash flow, being blown out of the water by that.
shanklin
22/2/2021
11:48
Hurt by FIF RNS? Odd as slightly different markets no? DYOR
qs99
22/2/2021
11:47
Looks a little overdone no?
qs99
18/2/2021
09:53
c2% over comparable gilt, but gilt yileds are rising a bit out along the curve. The problem might be the size of issue. The market doesn't really like small issues, but I suspect they might be able to tap into a private placement.
18bt
18/2/2021
09:20
share price falling on the news
estienne
18/2/2021
09:00
18BT So, what might the interest on the £300m be, if PFD had a prime rating?
shanklin
18/2/2021
08:47
From just after 36 minutes in, CFO states "hefty premium" for currently redeeming 6.25% £300m debt. "Premium reduces by half" from circa mid-June, so "worth a look at" the debt market with that in mind.
shanklin
18/2/2021
08:04
Just re-listening to https://www.premierfoods.co.uk/CorporateSite/media/documents/investors/results/2020-21/PremierFoods-2020-21-Q3TradingUpdate-ConferenceCall.mp3
shanklin
18/2/2021
08:00
And, in the latest conference call, PFD confirmed that from halfway throught 2021, the penalties for redeeming the 6.25% debt halves, so at that point they can sensibly look to replace this with a new facility... ...I think this was end 06/21 but will need to check. What would they now expect to pay?
shanklin
18/2/2021
07:23
There goes another £30m of LIBOR +5% debt. Seems to be out of cashflows, so let's say that cash yielded LIBOR (unlikely), so the annual saving is £1.5m. They should pay off the remaining £20m in H1 2022 and then can make a start on the even more expensive £300m of 6.25%, but I'd expect them to be able to refinance all of that during 2021/22. A debt/EBITDA leverage of under 2x should enable that, but I suspect the ratings agencies will want to see the March audited accounts before raising the credit rating - S&P seem to have it as a +ve outlook. It really should be a better rating than that - feels like a BBB. Moodys at B1 - surely should be Baa3. It now feels well into Prime rating territory.
18bt
29/1/2021
12:42
I got out after holding at a loss for many years simply because I don't thinks its the best game in town. The pension issue will get smaller but is still a drag and not much likelihood of strong growth imo. Probably safe but steady as she goes
shaker44
29/1/2021
11:30
And restaurants in lockdown until at least May is not going to do PFD any harm, albeit I suspect the sales benefits of Covid are largely being offset by additional costs. So really its all about the sustained deleveraging process.
shanklin
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