Share Name Share Symbol Market Type Share ISIN Share Description
Premier Foods 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
  +0.25p +0.60% 42.25p 42.00p 42.25p 43.50p 41.50p 43.50p 275,883 16:29:24
Industry Sector Turnover (m) Profit (m) EPS - Basic PE Ratio Market Cap (m)
Food Producers 790.4 12.0 0.7 60.4 351.71

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21/11/2017
11:21
hTTps://www.moodys.com/research/Moodys-affirms-Premier-Foods-B2-CFR-and-assigns-a-PB2--PR_366578?amp;WT.mc_id=AM~UmV1dGVyc05ld3MyX1NCX0NWX1JhdGluZ19OZXdzX0FsbA%3d%3d~20170516_PR_366578 A few months old but still very much relevant. I had recorded somewhere (Cannot find where right now) that the current Moodys ratings equated to a shareprice of around 38p - 42p which probably explains why the shareprice has been trading between these levels since Moodys research in May. In all, 38p is a good buy. 42p is a good sell on current trading / forecasts. Negative outlook still so no pie-in-the-sky 60p level unless theres a bid.
american idiot
19/11/2017
10:41
Indeed, it was a pretty convincing presentation.
mick
18/11/2017
20:12
Darby looked very pleased on screen.Nissin hoping their 17% holding might be looking healthier after paying 63p last year.GLA.
geraldus
18/11/2017
18:12
Found it,thanks Mick.Hope we have a turnaround situation here.
geraldus
18/11/2017
12:41
Hi Geraldus, have a look again - it's there alright within the Results Centre page.
mick
18/11/2017
10:59
Anybody had access to the results webcast.Can't see it on their website.
geraldus
15/11/2017
10:02
Last week from Jefferies... Jefferies trims price target for Premier Foods ahead of interims Interims from Premier Foods should reveal a “sprightlier” second quarter on the top-line front but lower profits, according to broker Jefferies. The broker expects sales to be modestly down from last year’s £48mln at £47mln, with pre-tax profit dipping from £26mln at the halfway point last year to £23mln. “The big picture - of tough markets and nip and tuck on share - doesn't change and we apply some incremental caution to our top line forecasts. We welcome the arrival of new chair Keith Hamill, who has a rich but complex agenda to prosecute,” Jefferies said, as it trimmed its price target to 43p from 46p. Today from Jefferies... * "H1 was just ahead of our forecasts on sales, trading profit and net debt," Jefferies says * Q2 rev +6.2 pct with over 40 percent of growth coming from partnerships with Nissin and Mondelez strategic partnerships * "Q2 sales trends are encouraging and make for one of the more positive trading updates we have read from PFD in a long while," Jefferies adds
american idiot
15/11/2017
09:56
PFD has been trading solidly between 38p - 42p for the last 6 months The recent dip probably down to the general market sentiment turning negative recently / fears of falling sales at PFD as general retail figures have been horrific lately. Todays statement was a breath of fresh air. After a poor Q1, Q2 was excellent. Dare I even say the word 'growth' here. Jefferies only came out on the 8th Nov with a slightly bearish view and reduced price target on PFD. They have been made to eat their words today :-) Take advantage of the current price here as when market sentiment improves this will be back to 42p in a flash.
american idiot
15/11/2017
09:15
Is a target price range of 50 - 60p reasonable, I think so.
chrisgail
15/11/2017
08:32
BUZZ – Premier Foods shares rise 5 pct after strong results 15 Nov 2017 - 08:26 * Shares in British packaged food maker Premier Foods jump 5.5 pct after modest H1 beat * H1 rev +1.5 percent to 353.3 million pounds * Adjusted EPS +0.9 percent to 2.56 pence * "H1 was just ahead of our forecasts on sales, trading profit and net debt," Jefferies says * Q2 rev +6.2 pct with over 40 percent of growth coming from partnerships with Nissin and Mondelez strategic partnerships * "Q2 sales trends are encouraging and make for one of the more positive trading updates we have read from PFD in a long while," Jefferies adds
american idiot
15/11/2017
07:15
It seems to me they are doing what they say they will, so although its a slow process they are turning the Company around. I beleive the valuation should reflect the progress made.
chrisgail
11/10/2017
10:07
Diku, who are these 'insiders'? The present management who are working hard to keep this old ship afloat? One can understand your disenchantment at the lack of progress of this bundle of old brands. When last did a trading statement reveal anything other than declining sales? This is a classic zombie company. Presumably present shareholders are still here in the hope they may be bailed out by a future takeover. More likely I suggest will be just the continuing piecemeal flogging off of the better brands until little remains but a pension fund which has to be supported by the declining rump of a company the formation of which was a 'folie de grandeur' of the pre-2007 boom.
nobbyx
10/10/2017
21:44
Some companies are there not for the growing but just plodding along...the real winners are the insiders as they keep their good lifestyle..
diku
09/10/2017
14:58
Sadly, glenglen, the company's prospects as a competitive supplier of foods are poor, and in my view it will never succeed. I have argued the same for years - notwithstanding the spikes that have occurred in the share price along the way. None of the retailer groups owe them any favours - they each have the company over a barrel when it comes to agreeing the terms on which they will stock and display PFD products - they know the company is in poor shape and will continue to exploit that. This stock has passed its sell-by date and is heading for sub-10p in my opinion. Those wishful-thinking dreamers who insist that a bidder will surely step in and save it are kidding themselves and each other.
grabster
06/10/2017
08:24
All buys this morning.
y1phr1
01/9/2017
08:08
I have been invested in PF for a while now hoping for a turnaround. All I can say about this company is that there seems little imagination by the board to try and grow. That is however minor at this stage - I would welcome the company change it's name to Premier Pensions and Loans. After all, what is its main activity really? Is it producing food products to make profits or is it producing food products to service the pensions and debt? I feel that, as an investor (shareholder) all I am doing is assisting the company keep up its pension payments - sorry Premier staff - but that's how it feels. Maybe some positives will happen but as of now I cannot see it.
glenglen
23/8/2017
13:18
the x chairmain and wife arte buying! what up! anyone please with insight
ali47fish
16/8/2017
14:36
They like to be in their comfort zone...it becomes a bit too easy daily routine...less imagination...
diku
20/7/2017
09:44
MickDirectors r only concern about their jobs ad takeover would mean less jobs for high flyer
action
20/7/2017
06:14
Not so good however inline with expectations. Improvement tilted towards H2 Could have been worse IMO. 20 July 2017 Premier Foods plc (the "Company" or the "Group") Trading update for the 13 weeks ended 1 July 2017 · Q1 Sales down (3.1%), in line with Group's expectations for the quarter Outlook This financial year has started in line with the Board's expectations. The Group remains confident of delivering growth in quarter two, through continued market share gains and pricing benefits and therefore expects sales to be broadly flat in the first half of the year, assuming normal UK temperature trends. The Group continues to work towards its strategic objectives and expectations for FY17/18 sales and Net debt remain unchanged with progress weighted to the second half of the year.
american idiot
19/7/2017
17:04
Bit worrying to see the drop in price just before trading update tomorrow. I wonder what the board of directors were thinking of when they rejected the takeover approach from McCormicks at 65p approx!! Very very poor corporate governance.
mick
19/7/2017
15:38
Plenty of suitors around at the moment. Maybe those who missed out might look at Premier Foods ? wishful thinking perhaps :)
american idiot
19/7/2017
13:24
Looks like we've missed the boat !! mccormick are looking to buy Reckitts Mustard for 2 billion plus.
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