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 34.5 242

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07/11/2010
15:10
On the 15 October 2009 a Trading Report was released. One was not issued sofar this year, I pressume, because the Annual Accounts were only released on the 22 September 2010. What information is available on trading & prospects since the end of June this year sofar? Does this company hold an AGM and when is the date of such a meeting? Last time a half year report was released, it was on the 22 March 2009. Will we have to wait until March next year before any information becomes availbe to shareholders on current trading? Just some questions that might excercise other shareholders and who may know the answers.
a1samu
02/11/2010
11:29
50k purchase shows he thinks the shares are a good investment
haroldthegreat
01/11/2010
20:00
Director buy, maybe the share price will turn.
spudders
01/10/2010
08:45
not any more !
ukinvestor220
27/9/2010
21:32
Agree with Westhouse Analyst. We need to look past this year's results and at the bigger picture, as he states. IMO explosive growth waiting to happen. Seems like 160 - 163p holding up.
troc1958
27/9/2010
17:05
Westhouse Securities has lowered its profit projections for PureCircle after the sugar-substitute producer's disappointing full-year results but remains a buyer of the shares. "We have lowered our numbers and our price target reflecting the somewhat unpredictable growth trajectory but remain convinced about the medium-term viability and prospects for PureCircle," said Westhouse analyst Bruce Davidson. The broker is now predicting earnings before interest, tax, depreciation and amortization of $15.7m and profit before tax of $9.5m for the year to 30 June 2011, on revenue expected to be in the region of $70m. The new price target is 250p. The recommendation remains "buy". The broker said the company's fiscal 2010 numbers may have been disappointing when compared to expectations before the July interim management statement but should be accepted as part and parcel of a company with a pioneering product. "However, the progress towards widespread consumer acceptance of stevia in food and drink products, together with its adoption by major food and drink companies, seems substantial," opines Davidson. "In terms of the bigger picture, all the infrastructure and investment is in place. It is now all about driving sales growth. This will increasingly come from consumer pull linked to food and beverage product launches across all categories," he added.
ukinvestor220
23/9/2010
17:49
...... and lost £3million !!
ukinvestor220
23/9/2010
17:23
and the same Simon Cawkwell that shorted Connaught.........
utrecht_00
23/9/2010
12:32
UK - Yes SC is a serial shorter and deramper. Probably still in Solomon Gold and currently in conversation with his bank manager. These two JV's are indicative of where Pure are positioning themselves for future growth. Basically leveraging the expertise of other well positioned sugar and ingredient companies to push the growth of stevia. Excellent move! This share is being bashed by the markets at the moment as it consolidates its new strategy from one main distributor to end market supply / JV's. Obviously its profitability was going to be affected and thus its share price. The markets are still not convinced its new strategy will work and be cost effective enough to generate good profits. But I believe that as soon as Pure gets EU approval its price should move up fast. Investors may have to wait until sometime in 2011 for this to happen. Is 165p a good entry / top up point? I dont know, but am reasonably confident based on my own conservative growth / profitability forecasts that the price will be around 300p this time next year, barring a huge market sell off. SC will have disappeared off the scene long before then.
troc1958
23/9/2010
12:16
yes here we go: From 15th Sept 2010 Finally, and still on gold, I shorted Solomon Gold (SOLG) at 11.75p and 12.75p. It is one thing to announce a potential major gold find. It is quite another to bring it into production.
ukinvestor220
23/9/2010
11:50
is this the same simon cawkwell who shorted Solomon Gold SOLG at 13p ?
ukinvestor220
23/9/2010
07:10
Two more JV announcements today
ukinvestor220
22/9/2010
15:01
The profits have benefitted from a $4.8m push from stevia leaf being grown,without this there would have been a net loss.
mikeja
22/9/2010
11:09
A couple of new contracts, some high profile stevia product launches, a positive trading statement, EU approval etc There is a lot of upside risk here and a lot of uncertainty here.
shuisky
22/9/2010
08:46
Results as predicted and reflected in the already depressed price. A downward move of overall markets will no doubt push Pure's share price lower. So shorters like SC may benefit. However those who believe in the bigger "stevia" (obesity) picture will do well in the long term. Pure have geared themselves to global growth. When (not if) this growth happens they will benefit and the share price will move higher. Just a matter of time. (SC may get greedy and be burned by remaining short)
troc1958
22/9/2010
08:29
Gentlemen, Ths company's results statement this morning is remarkably bad. Declining profits - indeed, there is hardly any profit - certainly a tiny error in computing stock would eliminate all profit. There is rising debt. And of course the competition is marching along. These shares cannot now be worth a penny over 125p. Even the chairman thinks that the short term forecast for sales is uncertain. And that means the long term outlook is uncertain as well. Simon Cawkwell
simon cawkwell
11/9/2010
15:39
Any idea what forecasts for results ???
hy3nas4
06/9/2010
19:26
Mail on Sunday states HOLD, as may be able to exit at higher price.
spudders
25/8/2010
15:30
The 150000 trade made no difference to the trend. Let the trend be your friend. It does appear that the trend towards the 150p is being reinforced. In fear of bringing out more monkeys from the woodwork, I will not repeat my regrets for holders and hopers, that this trend will reverse anytime soon.
a1samu
20/8/2010
10:00
150000 shares just bought at full price. I am so sorry for all shorters !!
ukinvestor220
20/8/2010
06:46
PURE has been dropping every day for the last two weeks & 150p, perhaps even 100p is now definitely in sight. Instead of rallying on the last two Fridays, after dropping all week, it just continued falling & it looks that the same will repeat again today, this Friday. I am sorry for all holders.
a1samu
19/8/2010
08:30
http://www.fi-stevia.com/
foodcritic
19/8/2010
08:28
fyi http://www.ingredientsnetwork.com/ifi-article/full/new-sweeteners-new-challenges
foodcritic
05/8/2010
13:06
I think the comment under the blog is better than the blog. The DOWN thread has loads better shorts than Miers comes up with.
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