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 35.1 242

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DateSubjectAuthorDiscuss
04/6/2013
12:46
i am not too worried by the table top sales. for me the big catch will be in beer, soft drink and industrial bakeries
cnx
04/6/2013
09:16
Strolling - beat me to it, I was just about to post the link. Interested in comment about H&B retail sales in last few weeks
ayl30
04/6/2013
08:06
How did stevia get mainstream? http://www.bbc.co.uk/news/magazine-22758059
strollingmolby
03/6/2013
14:26
I think the move maybe to save on cost whereby Stevia might be cheaper than sugar if they can do it without harming the taste. As for directors not being able to buy - these contracts are in negotiation for ever with no gurantee they will be signed or when the revenue might flow. Directors will be able to buy realistically for quite a while I would have thought whilst negotiations are ongoing up until point where they get told its a done deal subject ot getting approvals signed off.
felix99
03/6/2013
13:41
I've been tracking PURE recently after a comment by someone that knows the company well. I can see the comments re coke etc, but if talks were in place like that, the directors would not be able to buy. Good to see someone like Lucid who is prepared to back their beliefs with solid investment. At the risk of being shot down, other than rumours about coke and others, plus director buys, can Pure justify this MC in terms of potential short term revenue. A 12/18 month view. I too saw this in the supermarket but he prices were steep. No matter how concentrated or sweet it is, human nature pushes people towards what they are used to. So for retail customers choosing it over sugar and other sweeteners, then I can't see it. Big businesses involved is a different matter.
superg1
24/5/2013
11:29
another director buys more, #100,000
cnx
24/5/2013
10:56
Make that tripled!
ayl30
24/5/2013
07:52
Impressed by the reliance here. Have just more than doubled my holding over past 2 days
ayl30
17/5/2013
11:48
Well there is me but was keeping quiet. Bought at 87.
gertrobinson
17/5/2013
10:43
Well the four of us can see the continued strength in this. I wonder why there are no others?
ayl30
16/5/2013
14:52
Obviously this is trying to copy TCG by the look of the graph today
ayl30
15/5/2013
22:38
Wow you are a brave man, best of luck to you
ayl30
15/5/2013
21:12
Lucid, welcome that's four nowCongrats on the investment although for your sake this is not 100% of your portfolio
ayl30
15/5/2013
11:45
I will run with it until whatever news or results land and reassess then. Subject of course to what the markets do in general !
felix99
15/5/2013
11:41
Always been a fan of crowd free buses myself :) History repeated itself for this spike, so will it also repeat itself for a retrace? Promised myself I'd bank a few next time it suddenly spiked like this, as it has fallen back on such spikes before (and I always missed the chance to bank some profit). But all those director buys are making me thing thrice about doing that. (although my money is still on a retrace to just above 300p by end of the month)
calahan
15/5/2013
11:02
Ok so its only three of us on this bus ride, still the view is getting good up here in the hills
ayl30
14/5/2013
14:58
Make that three. Been holding these for about 2 years having first bought around 80p during the madness that was mid 2011, and topped up a few times along the way and again recently on the day of the recent results. I like the look of the potential here, and I think it will only take a single major contract with one of the big players to see these take off. Of course you can never be sure that such a contract will ever emerge, but I must say that the insane level of director buying in the past 6 months has done wonders for reassuring any doubts I had. (since Oct 1st 2012 directors have bought over 7M shares at an average of around 240p. And both times doing so almost immediately after the results when the closed period ended. And never a bad thing to see directors backing-up their confident words with the contents of their wallets!).
calahan
14/5/2013
13:29
Felix, at least there are two of us! Lets hope for continued progress
ayl30
14/5/2013
09:31
been following for a while - bought quite a few after all those director purchases. I reckon / my guess is that Coke/Pepsi going to launch a stevia branded version of coke/pepsi rather than messing around with their other minor brands?
felix99
14/5/2013
08:46
Nice rise of late - does noone else follow? Further press comment this am re manufacturers fizzy drinks and calling into question their sugar content
ayl30
26/3/2013
12:15
Ever get the feeling the share price is being held back to allow directors to fill their buy orders? If I remember correctly, the same thing happened here before back in November, and was followed by a quick spike to 280+ before falling back just as quick to where it came from. Wonder if history will repeat itself?
calahan
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