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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22/3/2015
18:32
Big article in The Times today... comments from directors re not getting excited seem to suggest they want the share price kept low..... Not invested here but keeping an eye on it .... have a feeling I should be.....
woodpeckers
16/3/2015
12:59
Looking a bit sour this morning. I don't think the results justify the valuation. I wouldn't be surprised to see this dip sub 500p. There may be fol;low on sells tomorrow when the results are digested,
mach100
30/1/2015
21:50
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extrader
30/1/2015
17:47
anyone out there? do you find it strange/coincidental that the share finished the week at exactly the premium price that mr wong paid when increasing his stake seems odd but not sure what to make of it? any ideas
acliff
27/1/2015
10:15
Me, I'll buy again when the trend is firmly in place. Lots of potential but more competition starting to appear. The obese factor will help IMO.
spudders
27/1/2015
09:12
Trying to call this one is almost impossible in terms of share price movements. As ever its expensive but has potential.
meijiman
27/1/2015
08:44
Typical, tree shake by the looks for a director buy. I was concerned it was a Coke thing.
spudders
21/1/2015
22:02
probably worth a bit less then!!
meijiman
21/1/2015
19:17
maybe because of the ridiculous valuation p/e still over 500 I think and not really sure about the e
acliff
21/1/2015
15:03
Sold entire holding at 460. Best off luck all
spudders
20/1/2015
18:45
Why the fall, all looked ok a couple of months back. Still holding
spudders
05/1/2015
15:42
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jeffcranbounre
21/10/2014
15:11
can all existing shareholders apply for new shares or is it insiders only?
cnx
21/10/2014
07:04
running low on cash?
acliff
10/9/2014
06:28
so we now have a p/e ratio..........circa 600!
acliff
06/8/2014
11:05
haroldthegreat - I accept that but the crux is whether Stevia will be rolled out as a replacement to other more harmful sweetners... The setback with vitamin water suggests this is far from certain... in a healthy product like vitamin water its consumers might be considered to care less about taste than health.. however, this has been shown to not be the case...
trytotakeiteasy
06/8/2014
10:55
it is only withdrawing it from the original version that was changed , not from the zero version which has it in as well. nobody says that stevia tastes like sugar what they say is that it sweetens without the calories and so is healthier. i changed from sugar to saccharine in my drinks years ago and i still like both. when i tried stevia i did not like it as much as the other 2 so i continued with the saccharine because i was used to it.. if someone is forced to reduce their sugar intake for any reason ,if the first thing they try is stevia and accept thats what they have to use to remain healthy they will stay with it and get used to it. a lot of people have doubts about the saccharine and will not use that. obesity and diabetes are rising so a replacement for sugar will have to be used for those requiring a sweetened product. as yet there have been no safety concerns about stevia which is more than can be said about all the other alternative sweeteners.
haroldthegreat
06/8/2014
09:53
coke cut Stevia from Vitamin Water... as such the prospect of it in the main coke brand is less likely hxxp://qz.com/244483/why-cokes-experiment-with-vitaminwater-turned-sour/
trytotakeiteasy
11/6/2014
21:36
I have a sell order in just above £6 purely to give me a nice round number proffit but I wonder if the chart isn't looking like a bit of a coiled spring? Been in consolidation for over 6 months. I was looking to sell with the MCAP being so big but then if they can make it work with Coca Cola that's got to be the ultimate customer for a sweetener manufacturer?
count chris
11/6/2014
15:12
you will only find out if he goes over 29.9%. I think its a sell without Wang Tek. Re sugar -think stevia still gives a slightly different taste so that may explain. The drinks companies are under some pressure to reduce calories in soft beverages...
meijiman
11/6/2014
12:52
is he buying them for fun? he is either going to make a bid or he thinks they are undervalued and a good investment. it does not really matter which ,as its got to be a good sign. the launch of coke life can only increase stevia sales. its interesting that they have mixed it with sugar rather than replace the sugar. any reduction in calories is a good for health.
haroldthegreat
11/6/2014
07:52
you can do loads of analysis on stevia and its markets etc but this share price is being determined by Wang Tek. you can see the latest from them on yesterday's RNS. this is why I wouldn't short here, though on fundamentals it looks overbought. Not that the coke news is not good for the longer term story........
meijiman
11/6/2014
06:44
Coke launching stevia version in UK in todayS Daily Mail
ayl30
06/4/2014
21:26
trying to catch up here. I note the one thing with stevia is the taste which is improving all the time. Just spotted Cargill with Viatech and tasteva with tate and lyle. Viatech seems to have captured some attention. Are any of these products linked to PURE
gemferret
19/3/2014
07:01
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