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
  -0.90 -1.12% 79.80 3,494,829 16:35:06
Bid Price Offer Price High Price Low Price Open Price
79.40 79.60 80.50 79.00 80.50
Industry Sector Turnover (m) Profit (m) EPS - Basic PE Ratio Market Cap (m)
Food Producers 847.10 53.60 5.50 14.5 677
Last Trade Time Trade Type Trade Size Trade Price Currency
17:47:53 O 8,596 79.80 GBX

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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 80.70p.
Premier Foods Plc has a 4 week average price of 51.60p and a 12 week average price of 31.20p.
The 1 year high share price is 83p while the 1 year low share price is currently 17.86p.
There are currently 848,209,480 shares in issue and the average daily traded volume is 3,547,430 shares. The market capitalisation of Premier Foods Plc is £676,871,165.04.
daz1712: Can’t see any negative here, Next years debt reduced to 300m from 1300m 10 years ago Pensions issue resolved subject to final terms More revenue due to the shutdown Should be eps of 10-11p for 20/21 imo Plus the brands are worth far more than the share price valuation
lammylover: JP Morgan take a stake in Premier Foods - behind todays 8.5% rise? Back into the 40ps. Hoping this is start of some share price progress and hopefully get my investment back plus with some interest! Rich
lammylover: Oasis / Paulson forcing issue of ownership of PFD. Hopefully Nissin will buy out Batchelors for £300m or better still the whole company. Company Mkt cap worth less than sum of parts, as these fund holders know. Expect share price to continue to rise to AGM.
vinceelliott: Surprised it has been so quiet here, as: share price up 12% since start of month; clashes on re-election of ceo; RNS and 6% plus holding by Paulson & co, a backer of undervalued companies who are takeover candidates; I am long and have held for over a year on recovery grounds rather than takeover. See also #19867 and RNS re Oasis challenging ceo
grabster: 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: My expectation is that the share price, regardless of momentary upward spikes, will sink to 30p this year. The cost of advertising and promotion will continue to be a killer - and none of the supermarkets will do Premier any favours.
yinyang888: grabster, why don't you short pfd then? let's see what the share price will be by the end of the year!
boffster: Another lousy update from this company which never fails to disappoint. If not for the recent bid interest the share price would be down at 25p. I would suggest current holders might consider capitalising on this disparity, as I can see nothing to drive the share price forward in the medium term. I very much doubt that McCormick or anyone else will be back to bid for this, with declining sales and a still huge debt
dexdringle: I suspect McCormick weren't interested in a hostile takeover. Quite why the board of PFD thought than an offer at around a 100% premium to the share price beforehand "undervalued" the business I don't know. What the hell do they think the shares are worth - and what is their plan to achieve that ? Presumably, if it is so clear that the shares are worth more than the McCormick offer, we should be looking at amazing news that will mean the share price is more than 65p within the next, say, 3 to 6 months.....
jimrclark: Just been reading some articles on this LIBOR fiasco. Having spent quite a few years in financial services, it isn't surprising that this kind of activity went on. What is a surprise is that someone has been bold enough to investigate and blow the whistle. I wouldn't want to suggest that the whole system is corrupt but there are plenty of people who act without scruples and for personal gain. It makes it really difficult for minnows like us to succeed on what is not a level playing field. I've been investing for a few years and some events make you scratch your head in complete puzzlement. The recent cw. takeover by Vodafone is a prime example. How on earth was the cw. share price maintained at below 38p without manipulation? When you look at the pfd share price over the last year, the pre-consolidation share price and the share price today, the volume of trades, the lack of bad news, the encouraging signs from pfd management, you just have to wonder if the share price has been manipulated down!!
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