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% 131.20 129.60 132.80 0.00 0.00 - 0.00 00:00:00
Industry Sector Turnover (m) Profit (m) EPS - Basic PE Ratio Market Cap (m)
Food Producers 99.2 5.7 3.8 34.2 242

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10/7/2009
11:39
Two sides to very coin - missed out on my purchase opportunity as I thought the shorters had control. As a result Nothing ventured - nothing gained
joe say
10/7/2009
11:32
Trailing stop the answer for making sure profits are locked in, have a hunch positive news is on the not to distant horizon....
sheeneqa
10/7/2009
11:30
gone up by 75pence since yesterday so about 50% profit for those that got in yesterday. got to be back below 2 quid today i reckon if profit takers come in.
monsta2
10/7/2009
11:10
might be worth scalping a profit if you got in low enough IMHO.
sleveen
10/7/2009
10:04
Thats what I call a bounce!
gcom2
10/7/2009
10:03
Many thanks to the shorting brigade for letting us know in advance, and well done to those that bought back after the fall:-) The rise continues.
sheeneqa
09/7/2009
19:29
Yes sleveen, much better. Thanks for taking your time to explain that info, makes perfect sense. Science days are well behind me but always find it interesting. FC
foodcritic
09/7/2009
17:01
FC better day today :-) If you are looking at the mechanism of action, aspirin would be the closest drug to compare with fruitflow as it reduces platelet aggregation . However, if the claim was for a reduction in heart attacks (ie a patient oriented outcome)then comparing a statin with fruitflow would be the better comparitor because statins are safer than aspirin. I very much doubt that there will ever be a randomised control trial. similarly, there is a bread spread that claims to reduce cholesterol, what isn't claimed is that the spread prevents heart attacks and strokes. My view is that what you might gain with lowering of cholesterol is offset by the extra calories ingested causing weight gain. Lowering cholesterol is a surrogate marker whereas reducing heart attacks in people is really what we want. Interestingly there is a school of thought that statins work be reducuing C reactive protein and that lowering of LDLC is purely coincidental:-) Warfarin inteferes with the clotting cascade and works diferrently than apsirin.
sleveen
09/7/2009
14:54
Hope that short enjoyed the squeeze...bye bye
doubleornothing
09/7/2009
09:50
true sheeneqa. PS mos I will not rise to the bait anymore on this thread, please don't ruin it in the same way you have over at UNIQ.
foodcritic
09/7/2009
09:44
Well he aint got it right today! I am not against shorts, however I shy away from smaller companies who have a viable product and a good management team who have hit their own pockets and bought shares. Seems this is another concerted campaign by a bunch of bloodsuckers on a quality company. BB posters and hacks working in tandem. Some bounce
sheeneqa
09/7/2009
09:43
Are you sure you are in Rhodes?
foodcritic
09/7/2009
09:40
Are you sure?.
mos trader
09/7/2009
09:40
I don't think so mos, he got it right yesterday, I got it wrong. I only post under Foodcritic. Enjoy the holiday ;)
foodcritic
09/7/2009
09:36
No, that is one orf evils gang, dead cat bounce or shorts closing? My money is on the latter, chatter is good for this year. Looking very good this morning!
sheeneqa
09/7/2009
09:34
Foodcritic is it true that you use the alias felix on this board?.
mos trader
09/7/2009
09:19
Not so sweet for PureCircle http://business.timesonline.co.uk/tol/business/markets/article6670252.ece
foodcritic
08/7/2009
18:53
Hi sleveen, Just out of interest and sorry for continuing O/T for others. The fruitflow stuff as I understand it is to help prevent platelet aggregation and formation of a thrombosis (for those worried about this?). My understanding of statins is to prevent fat (LDL) build up and thinning of arteries. So would a trial comparing them be comparing the same thing? Warfarin is an anti-coagulant so is this not doing (roughly) the same job as the fruitflow? Layman's terms...
foodcritic
08/7/2009
16:48
PXS I wouldn't give it house room until there is clinical evidence of benefit ie randomised controlled trials verses placebo or better still vs simvastatin 40mg warfarin is used in patient with atrial fibrillation to prevent venous side ischaemic occlussion. additionally circulatory disease is now referred to as vascular disease eg stroke, TIA, peripheral vascular diesease, renal impairment etc. Lecture over:-)
sleveen
08/7/2009
15:20
No not to bad, just frustratingly giving some back. Think I'll hold on for now, another common mistake!
foodcritic
08/7/2009
15:12
Hells bells..been at meetings all day to find this. Felix99 i think your analysis is about right. PS hope you're not down to much FC :-(
sleveen
08/7/2009
15:04
Felix99 looking at the share price now you are not missing anything. Common mistake on my part, too confident when sentiment is the other way!
foodcritic
08/7/2009
11:45
what is there to like the look of in the trading statement ? Seems to me they missed tonnage by a country mile and are saying that expect to ship more in deals in 2010 and 2011? Sounds pretty vague to me ? ??? Any idea what tonnage they reckon they will do this financial year then your friend ? As for the numbers - 2 brokers forecasts on PQ with profit froecasts from £13m to £14m compared to actual of not less than $11m ???????? How is that good? - even assuming the proquote figs should be £ not $ - its possible but I doubt it . They still missed by loads. EPS ? MKT cap £260m at 196p per proquote. So ££7m profit = $11m what p.e is that? 35-40? - Brokers forecasts for next year assume a quadrupling of profit ???? - need it to justify the p/e on a company thats just put out that wonderful trading statement? I;d love to know on what basis your pal is very upbeat for rest of year? I think £1.50 might not be cheap at present having just reviewed the above numbers. Am I missing something?
felix99
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