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 34.4 242

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27/8/2009
18:27
the buying seems to start around 12 each day , perhaps early morning us buying? something going on. what price to sell out at?
haroldthegreat
26/8/2009
16:34
mdc you may well be right about about the extent of the shortage has the stevia crop in brasil and india and elsewhere also been hurt by the late rains?
cnx
26/8/2009
14:44
Looks and smells like an institutional fund trying to buy bulk in a very thin market. Interesting to do it now rather than when most fund managers are back at work in September. whoever is doing the buying will know that liquidity is thin, so why persist buying now rather then in September? Don't underestimate the current sugar shortage - which is expected to get worse next year.
mdchand
26/8/2009
13:59
I was wondering the same thing. Has news of a European authorisation been leaked?
sleveen
26/8/2009
13:59
Americans?
foodcritic
26/8/2009
13:58
up we go again any ideas
haroldthegreat
25/8/2009
15:06
This article was emailed out 24th August 09 by New Star This article may have sparked some interest and judging by some of the large buys going through today it has just done that. Thoughts The current trend in the sugar market is one of rising demand from developing nations and the requirement for farmland for supply. In western markets, and increasingly in less developed nations as they adopt a more western lifestyle, sugar consumption is high, causing both lifestyle and health issues. A recently approved natural high intensity sweetener called Rebaudicide (Reb-A) has caught the imagination of the food and beverage (F&B) industry. The US Food and Drug Administration (FDA) approval in November 2008 of Reb-A resulted in its use by major groups such as PepsiCo and Coca Cola, in mainline products such as fruit juices (Tropicana), vitamin water (Glaceau), flavoured waters and dairy products. The challenge for the F&B industry is to create new economically viable products, while improving branding. Reb-A provides a good solution due to its high intensity sweetness, its natural state and its general properties corresponding to sugar. Reb-A is well positioned to capitalise on the growing demand for low calorie F&B products made from natural ingredients. Consumer perception of artificial sweeteners (aspartame, saccharin and refined sucrose) is poor, with frequent media reports linking them to cancer, neurological problems and other health issues, while rising rates of obesity and diabetes are becoming major problems in many countries. With time, Reb-A could penetrate a significant proportion of the world sugar market and the only scale producer, PureCircle (UK quoted company), could benefit too.
jenny2908
25/8/2009
14:27
suspect they are trying to fill a large buy order and don't want to keep chasing the price to fulfil it. Another 32k's worth of sales since 15.07 - looks like punters selling into the recent rise.
mdchand
25/8/2009
14:19
any ideas?
haroldthegreat
25/8/2009
14:07
LIBC soaking up some reasonable selling in the last 15 minutes (circa 100k sales) while at the same time raising its offer price. Wonder why they're being so aggressive when the rest of the MM's are happy to sit on 260p.
mdchand
25/8/2009
14:00
after the viagras worn off we should try cialis and levitra. better still why not all 3 together.
haroldthegreat
25/8/2009
13:59
in the header it says its a horny stock , it just needed viagra to get it going again.
haroldthegreat
25/8/2009
13:56
i have got the answer. viagra has been added to the chart
haroldthegreat
25/8/2009
13:55
a rise can only occur when people buy shares, whats the reason for the buying? news about new products containing reb a ?
haroldthegreat
25/8/2009
13:43
technical breakout by the looks of things, but needs to get past 265p-270p to get past near term resistance points. Actually, I do wonder if the attached article might not be closer to the truth.... August 24, 2009 Nothing Sweet In Soaring Sugar For Major Food Groups By Charles Wyatt The world's major food manufacturers are having a very bad attack of the wobblies about what is going on in sugar. General Mills, Kraft Foods and Hershey and others have sent a joint letter to US Agriculture Secretary Tom Vilsack, reminding him that federal estimates suggest the US will end next year with less than 13 days' worth of sugar in its stockpile. "If this forecast is accurate, we may well virtually run out of sugar," they wrote. The companies hope to convince the government to ease import restrictions, which, in an effort to support local farmers, currently keep sugar's domestic price tag about twice as high as the global one. Domestic sugar producers counter that increasing sugar imports won't be cost-effective, as freight costs would inevitably drive prices higher, anyway. Increased import quotas, they say, would depress sugar prices below the cost of production and drive them out of business. Where does sugar go next? Analysts differ widely. Some optimists share the view of Michael Coleman, a manager of commodities hedge funds, who argues sugar could climb another 80 per cent to top 40 cents/lb. "Sugar is caught in a perfect storm," he is reported as saying in a Bloomberg TV interview. "From this point on, it depends on how price affects demand." But according to Peter Baron, executive director of the International Sugar Organization, 40 cents/lb is "wishful thinking," since higher prices will decelerate import buying. "People are much more cautious when they face prices which are in the clouds," he said, adding that exorbitant prices would compel food producers to use alternatives, like corn syrups. However, the International Sugar Organization has predicted global demand to outstrip supply by as much as 5 million metric tons by September 2010.
mdchand
25/8/2009
13:40
8.6% any ideas
haroldthegreat
25/8/2009
13:25
7% now why
haroldthegreat
25/8/2009
13:14
up 4% why?
haroldthegreat
21/8/2009
16:26
Very quiet here, no one like the sweet things in life anymore. After we tanked I decided to buy one of Evil's book as it was rumoured he was shorting PURE. Seems to me Cawky is a shrewd cookie. Still long here so if we tank again a little top up maybe in order. :)
spudders
06/8/2009
19:48
http://www.foodproductdesign.com/articles/2009/08/stevia-expands-functional-food-options.aspx
foodcritic
23/7/2009
16:27
Expected revenues to rise 130% and profit to rise not less than 11M, a 420% rise. Debt of $49M had risen above expectations & in talks to raise new bank loans. Forecasts look optimistic given the problems with leaf quality & poor harvests in China, a dilutive share issue looked like a possibility. 'Evel Knieval' mentioned for shorting ahead of trading update. All above mentioned in Tr#ndw#tch. Hope it helps, I still hold :)
spudders
16/7/2009
07:54
sp keeps me guessing
sleveen
15/7/2009
21:42
What a week - expected a bounce but not this dramatic. Should have topped up in a bigger way at the bottom.
rik shaw
15/7/2009
12:11
Wonder if Evil Knievel (Simon Cawkwell) has closed his short/ been stopped out
pelleeds1980
15/7/2009
12:08
Anyone have a clue as to why these are rising?
nurdin
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