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 Shares Traded Last Trade
  0.60 0.69% 87.60 2,641,045 16:35:03
Bid Price Offer Price High Price Low Price Open Price
86.20 86.60 87.80 86.20 87.00
Industry Sector Turnover (m) Profit (m) EPS - Basic PE Ratio Market Cap (m)
Food Producers 847.10 53.60 5.50 15.9 747
Last Trade Time Trade Type Trade Size Trade Price Currency
18:00:17 O 407,797 87.609 GBX

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2020-11-27 18:00:1887.61407,797357,266.87O
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Premier Foods Daily Update: Premier Foods Plc is listed in the Food Producers sector of the London Stock Exchange with ticker PFD. The last closing price for Premier Foods was 87p.
Premier Foods Plc has a 4 week average price of 85.50p and a 12 week average price of 79p.
The 1 year high share price is 109.60p while the 1 year low share price is currently 17.86p.
There are currently 852,384,147 shares in issue and the average daily traded volume is 1,803,257 shares. The market capitalisation of Premier Foods Plc is £746,688,512.77.
shanklin: PFD interims just loaded on to Stockopedia. Stock rating up from 94 to 99 with Quality 73, Value 90, Momentum 98
lammylover: Share price only 6% down currently, goodness knows what market would have done if the results had had been poor! Rich
thirty fifty twenty: just to clarify re Hovis.... my understanding, given that Hovis is a 49% associate that PFD had no influence of control in , means that it did not show at all in PFD balance sheet. PFD accounted for it as an investment and adjusted the value of that every year (if needed). it had not seen the need to adjust from zero value up to the latest accounts. so the benefit for PFD will be 37m CASH + c.7.5m loan repaid + c.1m interest yes Shanklin, i agree, as well as paying a big chunk of debt it will then be able to refinance much lower. e.g. note the recent loans refinanced this year... the interest saving there was c.5% a year i believe All IMHO, DYOR BoL PFD is in my top5 hldgs
18bt: Shanklin, that is true provided that Hovis was itself not going to make pre-tax profits, which PFD would have accounted for its share of. It has made losses in the past, but seemed to have moved close to breakeven.
thirty fifty twenty: Shaklin.. i think that when originally disposed there was c.15m was deferred. after a few years this was written off in PFD books as they saw it was unlikely this deferred money would get paid. It was thus a very pleasant surprise when in last year's results PFD said that Hovis had actually re-paid (i think) half of this deferred amount as Hovis was now profitable. it showed as an exceptional gain of £7m in the results. So, if my recall of numbers accurate, there was a further 7.5m of loan notes outstanding - these were on the balance zero at zero value. regardless however these are amounts owed FROM the business, the disposal is about the price FOR the business. I am surprised that figure is only 37m when figures of 100m and even 150m had been circulating. Hovis as we know is trading very very strongly in current times. Still in the scheme of an 800m MV and 400m of debt whether PFD gets 37m or 50m for Hovis is not really that material. We do know that the disposal will reduce debt by 37m + [7.5m] deferred loan repaid + interest thereon [my est 1m+]. So that is >10% of there debt paid off from a business that did not contribute to profits and had zero value balance sheet. All IMHO, DYOR + BoL PFD is in my top5 hldgs
hotdog23: Expecting another bump if and when the Hovis sale completes.Until the next item of fundamental news comes out, it is a mugs game to try and predict where the share price goes in the short term.
firtashia: Wasn't Hod was it? :-)) thanks for the link isis. Credit to the AIs for giving PFD the kick up the backside it needed, they've earned their crust (forgive the pun). They evidently see opportunities to invest in businesses far more distressed than PFD currently is, which is actually reassuring to me, irrespective of the short term movements of the share price.
firtashia: Thanks for your concern, but I'm not disappointed in the slightest. Short term movements in the share price are of no interest to me. Whether its 60p,or 160p, I will only add if the share price is justified by the operating performance of the business.
hodhasharon: This really does speak volumes. He's going to be popular in the office when the bottom falls out of the share price 19/08/20 12/08/20 SELL PFD Premier Foods PLC Wosner, Daniel NED 15,000,000 85.00p £12,750,000.00 85.45p
shanklin: Given the cash flow and the actions being taken on the pension funds, why would PFD raise cash at this point? There's a lot of mileage yet for the share price IMHO... ...and PFD would need to have a use for the cash
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