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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
  1.00 0.85% 119.20 119.00 119.40 119.20 116.20 116.20 160,946 12:21:28
Industry Sector Turnover (m) Profit (m) EPS - Basic PE Ratio Market Cap (m)
Food Producers 947.0 122.8 12.5 9.5 1,020

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24/8/2021
12:43
Maybe they are trading ahead again....they were top of expectations range last RNS I could find.....let's see....quality company being led to the sunny uplands it seems at the moment....DYOR
qs99
24/8/2021
12:16
I was thinking the same myself
rudiwebb
24/8/2021
11:21
new recent high IMO....just wonder if someone is stake building here....looks suspicious IMO! DYOR
qs99
20/8/2021
14:37
With this urge from foreign investors to take over uk companies... every possibility we might get people sniffing around premier
shaf200
18/8/2021
08:51
Actually on a combined basis, the schemes are over-funded..
18bt
18/8/2021
08:21
My understanding from the original RNS is that there is no under-funded pension overall, once the mergers are concluded. It takes time for the legal bods, actuaries, pension trustees & the company to dot all the i's & cross the t's, but I expect it's pretty much a done deal. The pension fund trustees may be holding out for a stronger company covenant, or perhaps there are some actuarial valuations to be signed off
ianguerin
13/8/2021
13:46
How is the underfunded pension fund problem now?
shaker44
13/8/2021
13:26
Pretty small beer really... One seems to bed and breakfasting selling,then buying more or less similar amount. The other is for 1148 shares! Last of the big spenders!:)
geckotheglorious
13/8/2021
12:41
directors buying
ali47fish
23/7/2021
07:53
Looks like PTP around £116-120m, so EPS c11p. PER still under 10x and prospective dividend yield of 1.3%, with scope to grow that pretty strongly or to make further acqusitions.
18bt
23/7/2021
07:13
Very positive update today ? the long road to recovery continues
vic_frost
23/7/2021
07:12
Very positive update today ... the ping road to recovery continues
vic_frost
28/6/2021
12:43
Interestingly, PFD appeared in a stockbroker note last week as a possible PE-backed takeover candidate according to the press. If that's the case, they really should have moved earlier and refinanced all the debt at the same time and they would have made a lot. But that's not to say it might still not be in the sightlines of PE - free cashflow is forecast to rise from c£50m a year to £81m between 2022-24. PE houses traditionally don't like DB pension schemes, but that is very close to being de-risked. So I don't see an offer at 140p+ being out of the question.
18bt
30/5/2021
11:36
hTTps://www.fool.co.uk/investing/2021/05/29/top-uk-stocks-june-2021/
davebowler
27/5/2021
12:51
2022 consensus PTP and EPS estimates have now risen - up to £108 and 10.2p respectively.
18bt
26/5/2021
13:28
Bought in at 111p17 p would have been better !But looks good for re rate
s34icknote
24/5/2021
10:07
Jefferies have raised price target to 130p from 110p. Rate a Buy.
clanger66
24/5/2021
07:43
That's a decent increase on the old forecast of £102.3m for 2022. Should take EPS close to 10p. Corresponding increases in cashflow so net debt down still further.
18bt
21/5/2021
14:53
bond pricing will give 8m saving so pfd have upgraded their profit forecast
redalert
20/5/2021
10:55
EC - agreed - should have given a bit of thought before drafting!
18bt
20/5/2021
10:48
18BT, Investment grade bonds are BBB and above, so BB- is below investment grade ("speculative").
effortless cool
20/5/2021
10:31
That sounds about the right interest rate B1/BB- is a notch above investment grade but still feels as they are paying a slight premium for their history. But it's a big saving in cash terms. It sounds like they will issue guidance once the terms are set. Interestingly, the bond plus the RCF gives them quite a bit of leeway for add-on acquisitions.
18bt
20/5/2021
09:54
More news on the £300m bond refinancing shortly but suggestion in this article is that interest rate may become circa 3.75% compared with the current 6.25% https://www.globalcapital.com/article/b1rwzpzbdsq288/exceedingly-good-earnings-prompts-premier-foods-to-launch-well-flagged-refi
shanklin
19/5/2021
18:25
No it doesn't it tells you one scheme is in a bigger surplus than the other scheme which is in deficit - until they merge them, they can't offset one agains the other. On the analysts call hey reckon the DCF of the £47m pa committed is £300-320m. When they merge them the contributions could reduce.
18bt
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