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Share Name Share Symbol Market Type Share ISIN Share Description
Purecircle Limited LSE:PURE London Ordinary Share BMG7300G1096 ORD USD0.10 (DI)
  Price Change % Change Share Price Bid Price Offer Price High Price Low Price Open Price Shares Traded Last Trade
  0.00 0.0% 99.50 99.40 99.60 - 0.00 01:00:00
Industry Sector Turnover (m) Profit (m) EPS - Basic PE Ratio Market Cap (m)
Food Producers 99.2 5.7 3.8 27.7 184

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05/3/2009
09:53
Donut has been barred from TAN bb for similar comments..I don't think he can help himself. In the pharmaceutical world (which I work in) once the American FDA licenses a drug Europe usually follows. I suspect this will be the case with Reb A PS a small director buy today.
sleveen
05/3/2009
07:33
Geographic acceptance becomes easier with each territory won. Obviously the key one that remains is Europe, and to be so positive must surely be a good sign. Clearly there's a risk with this share - to me its a straightforward question of whether the worlds 2 largest drinks players buy in, and more importantly do their customers ? The signs so far are good as per the slide presentations. If this continues then the profits will flow. Alternatively, if this is merely a retailer stocking up situation, with product left on the shelves or not repeat purchased then clearly the profits will fall, as will the SP You pays your money - you makes the choice
joe say
04/3/2009
23:47
jatin - thanks for the Kilik note. S
smarm
04/3/2009
23:34
donut - you have been spoiling for a fight, not clear why. If you see no value then move on please. But before you do, take a look at the people they have been recruiting and who they already have contracts with. I can see that things might move slower than they might have done a few years ago but if PURE can capture even a small fraction of the sugar/sweetenr market then the profts forecasted by the broker could materialise. 143m profits by 2011...not me ramping, just the contents of a published broker note. Now then. Let's deal with this ramping thing. Firstly, this is a thread to talk about PURE, so it is not entirely surprising to find people, well, talking about it. So do stop going on about ramping, it's pathetic. So here's the deal. Why don't you b@gger off now and find whatever it is you are looking for and then pop back in 2010 and see how we are doing. Oh, and by the way, the last time it went to close to £1 I bought (at £1.03) and then sold at £2. No value here of course! Then I bought back....and then I sold for a small loss....and then I bought back. Well, we'll see how it works out but I first bought at 187 and sold at 240....then £1.03 to £2. Hey ho. What can I say, some people know how to make money and others just land on threads and spoil for a fight. I know which is more productive. S
smarm
04/3/2009
23:00
donutulike - ??????? Everyone here read what the Chairman said today: " As with all businesses, challenges remain". CR explained: "high risk, high reward" PURE is industry leader for Reb A. Yes it does have competitors, all the way up to FTSE100 constituent TATE. 100p with no adverse news would be a great opportunity, to my surprise, the price so far has been incredibly resilient in very bearish markets.
pitwits
04/3/2009
22:52
KILLIK & Co 04 March 2009 Daily Note Small Company News PureCircle (PURE.L), the world's leading producer of Natural High Intensity Sweeteners (primarily Reb A) has today a posted good set of interim results, with revenues 49% ahead at $21.6m and PBT up 75% to $2.0m. More importantly though is the progress being made in a number of key areas: regulatory clearances - approval has been granted in Australia, New Zealand, Switzerland and last December the US FDA granted GRAS approval too. Europe is to follow shortly; product launches by major food and beverage companies - many of the major food and beverage companies (including Pepsico and Coca Cola) appear committed to major product launches and the GRAS approval will prove to be a key driver here. We await news of consumer pull-through, but the idea of using a naturally-occurring, zero-calorie nonteeth- rotting sweetener has obvious appeal; the ability to scale up the business – PureCircle has clear first-mover advantage in the space, and is thought to now have over 50% of world productive capacity, with further capacity being sought in Kenya and Paraguay. Cash at period-end was $27m and our December conversations with the company certainly suggested that this, along with future free cash flow, was sufficient to finance future planned activities until 2011. This remains a very promising story.
jatin724
04/3/2009
22:29
yawn all you like 100p within 10 days
donutulike
04/3/2009
22:23
fact is: PURE ramped to high heaven will now descend maybe 50p
donutulike
04/3/2009
22:22
nope. any negative gets ridiculed
donutulike
04/3/2009
22:20
who said we're not considering it. You're just repeating yourself. For what reason?
jenson joyce
04/3/2009
22:19
can't help it if folks don't even want to consider the negatives
donutulike
04/3/2009
22:16
you've made your point now move along. You dont want to be classed a bore now do you.
jenson joyce
04/3/2009
22:15
bear case always unwelcome
donutulike
04/3/2009
22:15
LOL! so witty!
foodcritic
04/3/2009
22:12
http://www.purecircle.com/media/59845eb9/Results%20Presentation%20FINAL%20without%20Pepsi%20slide.pdf Link to today's presentation. P8 gives you an early example of the type of growth that is expected to accelerate over the next 3 years. Other useful info too. donut - you are clown on the RCG thread & have nothing to add here either. Back on filter.
darlocst
04/3/2009
22:07
Can't blame you if you do, no value here
donutulike
04/3/2009
22:06
So maybe time to move on...
foodcritic
04/3/2009
22:03
Because I am always looking for a decent opportunity, can't see it here @ this price.
donutulike
04/3/2009
21:56
Well said CR. Donut - PURE do have genuine competition, GLG Life Tech. However the fact is demand outstrips supply and will for some time as scaling up will take time. It is derived from a plant after all. That is why Cargill have contracts with PURE and GLG, to ensure continuity of supply. Growth (pardon the pun) will continue as the big boys gradually roll out new products. This takes time in a branded environment as nobody wants to devalue a big brand or loose trust and integrity. The share price is where it is for a reason - many people see the potential. Working in the food industry I see it more than most. If you don't see it...why come here? FC
foodcritic
04/3/2009
20:52
The fact is the growth outstrips the PE More like the hope. That's why you ramp them so hard.
donutulike
04/3/2009
20:50
look, if you don't like growth stocks why not clear of and buy premium bonds on short dated gilts? Growth stocks are always on high PE's because people are willing to pay a premium for growth. If these were growing earnings at 250% this year and on a PE of 5 there would be something more worrying imo. The fact is the growth outstrips the PE. When these meet forecasts at year end people will physically see the growth of H2 over H1. At that point loads more realise that the growth next year is very achievable. Meanwhile you have a choice - you either don't believe it and buy something low pe low risk or you believe it, you live with the risk that if they disappoint the stock will fall but if they deliver you see your shares rise rapidly. It's not rocket science, it's risk reward, higher risk, higher reward, they go hand in hand. CR
cockneyrebel
04/3/2009
20:09
I have no position but I recognise the interest (which some might label ramping). PURE mgt seem to discount competitor activity somewhat. Usually if there are good stakes, competitors spring up rapidly and are stealers of mkt share.
donutulike
04/3/2009
20:06
I guess you should stick with RCG then donut. People were saying the same thing about CLE as it went all the way from £3 to £19. Thats the type of potential with PURE. One step at a time though, they are making good progress so far. EDIT: spot on smarm. EDIT 2: Anyone else see the one thing missing from PURE's report today? The total lack of mention of the economic recession. Makes a refreshing change. Of course, the segment that PURE operates in has enormous growth opportunities even in the current environment.
darlocst
04/3/2009
19:56
The old executional risk?
donutulike
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