Share Name Share Symbol Market Type Share ISIN Share Description
Pittards Plc LSE:PTD London Ordinary Share GB00BHB1XR83 ORD 50P
  Price Change % Change Share Price Shares Traded Last Trade
  0.00 0.0% 39.50 0.00 08:00:00
Bid Price Offer Price High Price Low Price Open Price
38.00 41.00 39.50 39.50 39.50
Industry Sector Turnover (m) Profit (m) EPS - Basic PE Ratio Market Cap (m)
Personal Goods 22.30 0.58 2.93 13.5 6
Last Trade Time Trade Type Trade Size Trade Price Currency
- O 0 39.50 GBX

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Date Time Source Headline
03/8/202016:51UKREGPittards PLC Holding(s) in Company
20/7/202007:23ALNCFAlliance News Flash Headline
20/7/202007:00UKREGPittards PLC Trading Update
14/5/202013:45UKREGPittards PLC Result of AGM
24/4/202013:27UKREGPittards PLC AGM Statement
17/4/202013:02UKREGPittards PLC Holding(s) in Company
24/3/202012:14ALNCPittards Sees Annual Profit Rise, Suspends Shareholder Return Review
24/3/202007:00UKREGPittards PLC Final Results
04/3/202010:24UKREGPittards PLC Holding(s) in Company
22/11/201911:01UKREGPittards PLC Holding(s) in Company
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20/7/202014:29Pittards plc539
09/9/200819:29 Pittard - stakebuilder up to 29% and shares up 7% in a sea of Red on Friday!111
11/1/200616:52PTD with Charts & News1
08/7/200319:59Pittards - Pension Liabilities26
15/2/200217:26Up 15% in two days - bid coming?5

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Pittards Daily Update: Pittards Plc is listed in the Personal Goods sector of the London Stock Exchange with ticker PTD. The last closing price for Pittards was 39.50p.
Pittards Plc has a 4 week average price of 38.80p and a 12 week average price of 38.80p.
The 1 year high share price is 74p while the 1 year low share price is currently 38.80p.
There are currently 14,104,107 shares in issue and the average daily traded volume is 0 shares. The market capitalisation of Pittards Plc is £5,571,122.27.
investorschampion: At the current share price of 41.4p the market capitalisation has fallen to just under £6m – one for the brave! Read more in our daily update on the impact of the coronavirus on PTD and other stocks we follow here: Https://
meijiman: Had a quick look -excellent. If only the share price could be as impressive. However I target three figures before the year end.As you say trading should be reasonable and as long as they avoid banana skins....
jaf111: ......and paying at least a 100% premium to the current share price..... Looking forward to the RNS on Monday!
jaf111: Some steady buying continues to push share price there something good pending or is this another false dawn???
meijiman: Some interesting views. Is there any alignment of interests between this board of directors and its shareholders. Difficult to tell whether this lot are bothered whether the share price is 90p or 20p as they probably feel they are bid proof. I recall reading the esteemed PP is his regular column being scathing about this company and the management -difficult to disagree.
philw2009: Pittards share price leathered Shares in Aim-traded leather goods manufacturer Pittards (PTD: 106p), a constituent of my 2015 Bargain share portfolio, have been marked down 17 per cent this morning after the company issued a profit warning alongside its half year results. The company did deliver the profit uplift I was looking for in the first half of the year: operating profits rose by half to £752,000, albeit revenues were down 10 per cent to £15.6m. The fall in turnover was as a result of a reduction in demand for military orders, the timing of the cold winter period in the US affecting dress glove leathers, events in Russia and lower demand in the golf category. However, favourable currency movements, price increases and lower hide prices (reflecting the fall in global demand) meant that gross margins jumped by three percentage points and gave a boost to profits which more than compensated for the revenue shortfall. The problem being that the economic chill from Asia, and the economic slowdown and turmoil in China, in particular, have reduced demand for leathers in July and August, a trend that was confirmed at international trade fairs attended by the company recently. As a result analyst John Cummins at house broker W.H. Ireland has pulled back his full-year revenue estimate from £37.5m to £31.5m and downgraded pre-tax profit estimates by a fifth to £1.6m, implying a flat profit performance on 2014 rather than the recovery I was anticipating. On this basis, expect EPS of 11p. Mr Cummins has also taken a cautious view to prospects for next year too, reining back revenue estimates by 14 per cent to £34.1m and pre-tax profit forecasts from £2.2m to £2m. The profit downgrade is far less severe than the revenue decline due to the improvement in gross margins (forecast to be 23 per cent for both 2015 and 2016). Still, this is a marked turnaround from the trading outlook earlier this year when there appeared potential for volume increases to boost Pittards’ earnings. The positive being that the company should be able to deliver on the revised analyst forecasts as I foresee the three factors underpinning the improvement in gross margins continuing for some time yet to support profits and compensate for some of the revenue headwind the leather industry is facing right now. Moreover, the bad news looks priced in for a company forecast to turn in a flat profit performance this year. That’s because with Pittards’ offer price falling this morning to 106p, down from my recommended buy-in price of 129p, the forward PE ratio is very modest at 9.5 and the shares are trading on a chunky 38 per cent discount to net asset value of 171p. Hold.
clocktower: So they are rewarding themselves generously on Sales Growth, not on profit growth or on dividend payment and growth, or even share price growth but on sales growth. The board have failed investors year after year and still have the nerve to reward themselves before investors imo.
oregano: Sure. but net assets are worth £2. any profit that is generated boosts those NTAs. This and next year are profitable years, ie rising NTAs. Most businesses generating profits trade at a premium to book value. don't under estimate the damage that bloke selling 20% of the shares did to the share price last year.
captainhindsight: This has the smallest market cap of Investors Chronicle 2015 bargain share picks (todays issue). This paragraph particularly caught my eye: 'Another element that investors are not factoring in right now is that the slide in Pittards’ share price last year was primarily caused by a share sell down from activist investor Peter Gyllenhammar, whose investment vehicle Bronsstädet AB cut its stake from 18.25 per cent to 2.1 per cent after the company ended bid talks with a potential acquirer. That overhang has now cleared and with shares in Pittards basing out, directors buying at the end of last year, and the company now enjoying a significant currency tailwind, a recovery in the share price looks firmly on the cards.'
momosu: Wow, a THREEfold increase in production!!! Pittards has always been a BARGAIN share, but now must be feeling very bullish for the future - great news that demand is good and they're planning this level of expansion! With this sort of momentum, who's to say the share price won't trundle up to the THREE pound level?
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