Share Name Share Symbol Market Type Share ISIN Share Description
Pz Cussons LSE:PZC London Ordinary Share GB00B19Z1432 ORD 1P
  Price Change % Change Share Price Bid Price Offer Price High Price Low Price Open Price Shares Traded Last Trade
  -1.00p -0.28% 362.50p 361.50p 361.80p 365.30p 360.00p 364.00p 275,854 16:35:13
Industry Sector Turnover (m) Profit (m) EPS - Basic PE Ratio Market Cap (m)
Personal Goods 821.2 83.7 16.2 22.4 1,554.27

Pz Cussons Share Discussion Threads

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DateSubjectAuthorDiscuss
20/6/2017
15:46
Have faith! Excellent company.
gateside
15/6/2017
09:40
Hasn't plummeted on trading update/results for the first time in a while.
toffeeman
20/2/2017
22:27
spoole5:> unlikely (imo) hopefully !!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!
pugugly
20/2/2017
20:11
looking to start buying these sub 3 quid. Will i get my price?
spoole5
24/1/2017
10:27
Yes. Nigerian currency issue was pretty well flagged?
zcaprd7
24/1/2017
08:14
As expected - 250p fair value?
uhound
20/1/2017
10:01
Since the trading update which painted a challenging picture going forward, the shares are up around 10%. To me these look expensive and I can see a fall back when results are announced next week 24th.
uhound
16/12/2016
13:09
Looks good today. Oversold over recent months.
gateside
15/12/2016
23:27
Numis upgrading to 'hold' and 324p target Shorecap retains 'hold' Market report: An uninspiring update from consumer products company PZ Cussons sent shares lower on the day. The firm, which is behind household brands such as Imperial Leather, Carex and Original Source, said it was trading in line with expectations and profit had been flat in the half-year to November 30. Cussons said a poor British summer had affected sales of St Tropez tanning products while a 40 per cent fall in the value of the Nigerian currency had hit the firm's business in Africa. Consumers in the region are struggling against high inflation, but Cussons said it had maintained its market share. Numis raised its rating on the stock to 'Hold'. The broker said it was a decent update despite tough conditions and added that Cussons was likely to benefit from becoming Tesco's top choice after the Unilever 'Marmitegate' spat. Shares slipped 1.6 per cent, or 5p to 308.8p. HTTP://www.dailymail.co.uk/money/markets/article-4038102/MARKET-REPORT-Footsie-briefly-breaks-7000-points-barrier-betting-firm-GVC-Holdings-soars-following-special-dividend-announcement.html
philanderer
07/12/2016
11:00
I'll happily get in at 250...
zcaprd7
31/10/2016
17:53
Up from 240p last year. Not a dog, it's a Pedigree!
gateside
31/10/2016
15:49
Just glad I sold. I knew this dog would soon come tumbling down. H&S pattern now in progress. Should that complete expect to see sub 300 within a few months. http://tinyurl.com/jt3dxha
bend1pa
25/9/2016
15:13
Nope - I paid 298.5. As and when the price goes above 375 and that level becomes support I will set a stop at 350, as that would lock in a decent return. I don't PLAN to sell!
toffeeman
24/9/2016
08:17
Bought at 229p PZC is an excellent run company, why sell the moment your in profit, just because you bought at a high price? Doesn't seem like a very good investment strategy to me.
gateside
24/9/2016
00:01
In the long run we're all dead. I don't see any hope for countries like Nigeria whatsoever. I think you did well to buy PZC at 298 and assume your stop was triggered since posting. I only just broke even yesterday for the first time in a little over 2 years. During that period PZC have underperformed the ASI by about 20%, which gives some indication how mediocre these shares have been. My timing could have been a lot better and I didn't expect to see my money back. Thankfully sold today and won't be buying this dog again.
bend1pa
10/8/2016
13:11
Nope - not Unilever - they have a bigger presence in Nigeria than PZC - they used to run the country!
toffeeman
10/8/2016
12:14
Or Unilever! For those looking at emerging markets and consumer staples companies. I think FEET IT fits the bill very well.
mozy123
10/8/2016
11:52
I bought PZC at 298.5 I plan to set a stop at 350 as and when the stock breaks and holds 375 to lock in a 17% gain. Like sturmey Nigeria with a population of at least 200m (40% of EU!)is a key reason for holding. At some point (could be a distant one) Nigeria will be an attractive growth market and PZC could well be a target (I would see PG or CL as a more likely buyer than RB)
toffeeman
09/8/2016
21:34
bend1pa Nigeria is by far the largest country by population in Africa. PZC are well entrenched to benefit from future growth. As an "Africa play" it is hard to find a better candidate than PZC. I bought PZC primarily for its exposure to Africa/Nigeria. If PZC pulled out of Nigeria, I would pull out of PZC. I look at PZC as an emerging market version of Reckitt Benkiser (which I also hold). Might RB cast a predatory look at PZC in the future?
sturmey
09/8/2016
17:58
I don't know wtf PZC continue to base themselves in Nigeria. What can be the point of continuing to produce in such a corrupt, financially unstable country which has been the case for years? It's about time PZC came to their senses. The Naira will continue to depreciate despite its recent 23% devaluation. Nigeria is one screwed up hellhole with no sign of things improving. Time for PZC to pull the plug on it.
bend1pa
04/8/2016
16:46
Closed bang on key level - will we see progress next week?
toffeeman
23/7/2016
09:44
The good support at this level is very comforting in the current market for me.
value king
22/7/2016
17:08
Nigeria not looking any better?
zcaprd7
20/6/2016
20:57
It means that the costs of production in Nigerian factories goes up because they are all imports and so profits will be down. Then when the Naira earnings are translated into £Stg they are worth less(sic). That's the short term. In the longer term it should strengthen the economy and so enhance earnings. (At least I think that's the impact!)
toffeeman
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