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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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DateSubjectAuthorDiscuss
28/11/2013
10:46
you big lurker :-)
leeson31
28/11/2013
10:38
Get back to your sausage bap!
woodpeckers
28/11/2013
10:37
Leeson, ;-) And stop following me around!!!!
woodpeckers
28/11/2013
10:16
An RNS on the 19th July had Wang Tak Company holding 33,998,411 shares (representing 20.65%), and today the RNS has them holding 34,715,411 shares (representing 21.09%). Mr Tan Boon Seng's personal holding is 814,553 in both RNS's. So the recent Wang Tak Company purchases were for 717,000 shares at an average of £3.674. (Why the RNS couldn't have just simply said that I'll never know, nor have ever known). Personally I can see Wang Tak Company (Mr Tan Boon Seng) taking their(his) holding right up to 29.99% as they've been aggressively buying for the past 18 months seeing as Wang Tak Company 'only' held 7,725,650 shares back in 24th April 2012, plus they acquired 10 million shares in the limited placing back in August 2012. Not sure if this will lead to them eventually making an offer for PURE at some point in the future, but it wouldn't exactly be a surprise (given the aggression).
calahan
28/11/2013
08:06
PureCircle Limited Holding(s) in CompanyTIDMPURERNS Number : 1504UPureCircle Limited28 November 2013PURECIRCLE LIMITED("PureCircle" or "the Company")Notification of a Major InterestPureCircle (LSE: PURE), the world's leading producer and marketer of high purity stevia ingredients has today been notified by one of its substantial shareholders, Wang Tak Company Limited (which includes the holdings of Mr. Tan Boon Seng), that following recent purchases of PureCircle shares from the open market, their total interest held in the Company has increased to 34,715,411 shares representing 21.09% of the issued share capital (excluding treasury shares).Wang Tak Company Limited ("Wang Tak") holds 33,900,858 of these shares and Mr. Tan holds 814,553. Mr. Tan is a director of Wang Tak (a company wholly owned by Lee Hing Development Limited where he is a substantial shareholder).The average price of these purchases since the last notification is GBP3.674.28 November 2013For more information: PureCircle Limited (www.purecircle.com) Magomet Malsagov, CEO +60 3 2166 2206 +44 7974 005 William Mitchell, CFO 163 RFC Ambrian Ltd (NOMAD) +61 8 9480 2500 Stephen Allen
nickg2
27/11/2013
13:41
I bet boxer would love to get into the 'offing'. lol :-)
leeson31
27/11/2013
13:16
They're struggling to find sellers again. I've increased my holding twice since Friday, certainly looks like something is in the offing. GLA. :-)
woodpeckers
26/11/2013
23:50
every day a little higher something must be going on
haroldthegreat
22/11/2013
11:13
I'm guessing the recent FD buy had something to do with it..,
nickg2
21/11/2013
23:45
are there any more products about to be launched? whats the reason for the rise? any tips to buy?
haroldthegreat
20/11/2013
12:03
Starting to wake up at last!!
nickg2
18/11/2013
15:29
Finally getting some interest after the recent director buy..,
nickg2
14/11/2013
15:23
Good to see the FD has some confidence here...
nickg2
27/10/2013
02:41
http://ftalphaville.ft.com/2013/10/25/1678072/sugar-as-the-new-tobacco/?source=email_rt_mc_body&app=n
cnx
27/10/2013
02:34
From the credit Suisse report: "Although medical research is yet to prove conclusively that sugar is in fact the leading cause of obesity, diabetes type II or metabolic syndrome, we compare and contrast various studies on its metabolic effects and nutritional impact. Alongside this, we question some of the accepted wisdom as to what is perceived as "good" and "bad" when it comes to sugar consumption, namely as to whether a calorie consumed is the same regardless of where it is derived from – sugar, fats, or protein – and whether solid foods are "nutritionally different" to liquids. Naturally, recent focus here – medical, media and regulatory – has intensified on certain products, with soft drinks being the common denominator for all three. Within the population, we are already seeing a gradual reduction in the consumption of sugar and a switch to an alternative "diet" or "low-fat" products, particularly among the most highly educated. Demands for regulation, or taxation to limit consumption, are growing. Yet governments and health officials have so far taken a mixed stance on the matter. The potential for a surge in negative public opinion and the looming threat of regulation and taxation are issues that the food and beverage industry clearly must address, though the extent to which they can do so without hurting their current business models is up for question. A diversification into new healthier products is gathering momentum. Change will bring new investment opportunities with clear winners and losers. What can we expect in the future? What should investors focus on? Although a major consumer shift away from sugar and high-fructose corn syrup may be some years away, and outright taxation and regulation a delicate process, there is now a trend developing. From the expansion of "high-intensity" natural sweeteners to an increase in social responsibility messages from the beverage manufacturers, we see green shoots for dietary changes and social health advancement. Ultimately, we expect consumers, doctors, manufacturers and legislators to all play a crucial role in changing the status quo for sugar."
cnx
30/9/2013
15:57
Stevia got a mention on the Breaking Bad finale yesterday, and there's a Forbes article today that highlights it. hxxp://www.forbes.com/sites/davidkroll/2013/09/30/will-stevia-get-a-breaking-bad-bounce/
calahan
18/9/2013
15:49
Broker upgrade: Numis - Add from Hold - TP to 390p from 360p More here: HTTP://www.brokerforecasts.com/news/article/articleId/4670861
major clanger
18/9/2013
02:46
future looks most promising with EU approvals only one year old and India and Indonesia in the pipeline. as noted sales are the key to sound financial results. too pricey for me to add but will look for any dips due to general market falls. imho next two years will be very interesting
cnx
16/9/2013
20:52
It was out on investegate.co.uk at 7am this morning. I never rely on ADVFN newsfeeds, unreliable.
darlocst
16/9/2013
20:44
Cnx, cheers, just about to check out their website :)
spudders
16/9/2013
18:26
its on the website no RNS? insiders only?
cnx
16/9/2013
18:17
Its now 1830 hrs Uk time Any body there? RNS Number : 9399M PureCircle Limited 02 September 2013 "PureCircle Limited ("PureCircle or "the Company") Announcement of Preliminary Results for the year ended 30 June 2013 and Investor Conference Call PureCircle (LSE: PURE), the world's leading producer and marketer of high purity stevia products, will be announcing its results for the year ended 30 June 2013 on Monday, 16 September 2013. The Company will host an investor conference call at 2.00 p.m. London (9.00 a.m. New York) on the same day."
cnx
04/8/2013
20:49
very quiet here.!
haroldthegreat
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