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Share Name Share Symbol Market Type Share ISIN Share Description
Real Good Food Plc LSE:RGD London Ordinary Share GB0033572867 ORD 2P
  Price Change % Change Share Price Bid Price Offer Price High Price Low Price Open Price Shares Traded Last Trade
  0.00 0.0% 4.65 4.30 5.00 4.65 4.65 4.65 0.00 08:00:00
Industry Sector Turnover (m) Profit (m) EPS - Basic PE Ratio Market Cap (m)
Food Producers 61.6 -26.1 -28.6 - 5

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DateSubjectAuthorDiscuss
15/8/2014
07:09
This is a real risk going forward hTTp://www.bbc.co.uk/news/health-26442420 free stock charts from uk.advfn.com
buywell2
15/8/2014
06:52
buywell2 24 Feb'14 - 00:08 - 2142 of 2142 0 0 edit So how will this impact the bottom line ? No numbers given in the update so another profit warning coming methinks Also the lack of forsight of the BOD in NOT sourcing alternatives BEFORE this reflects very badly upon them free stock charts from uk.advfn.com
buywell2
08/8/2014
12:47
I don't see immediate crises for RGD, but they do need to have a serious rethink about their business model and how it accommodates pressures without their control.
spaceparallax
07/8/2014
14:51
BrianGeeee, it's a good point you make about working capital. Is "improved working capital management" a euphemism for paying suppliers later? How much longer do you think they can keep the plates spinning?
typo56
04/8/2014
09:08
The results are indeed bad - although there may be glimmers of hope in some areas if Totte's to be believed. I don't think they have a chance with the CMA - they're simply being outmanouevred by a more skilfull competitor. The good news is that so far the mkt seems to have reacted with indifference.....so far!
spaceparallax
01/8/2014
22:04
It appears the short term borrowing facility has been pushed to the limit at 91% of receivables. At the same time, payables have risen 40% to £29.8m. So they've maxed out on borrowings and have substantially slowed paying bills. Working capital has deteriorated from £7.3m to £1.5m. I'm surprised there's no qualification to the report by the auditors.
briangeeee
01/8/2014
13:19
No mention here of today's results yet? There can't be any holders left. The numbers look horrible, but perhaps no worse than expected. They estimated net borrowings at 31 March in the May trading statement and they are not as high as I originally thought they would be. So far, there's been no mention of the fund raising I'd been expecting soon. It's difficult to say by how much the frequently mentioned sugar dispute has impacted because, as far as I can see, it's not been quantified. Why not do you suppose? Apparently, "The negative impact on cash generation arising from the British Sugar dispute was largely offset by improved working capital management." Anyone able to elaborate on this from the figures available? Why didn't they do this "working capital management" previously? Also note how they want to re-establish the various divisions as separate entities. What do you make of this? Does this mean if one division gets into trouble it wouldn't bring down the group? Does it make it easier to dispose of a division? I wonder if Daniel Stewart are involved. Still not a stock on my shopping list.
typo56
28/7/2014
13:26
In fairness to you, the dispute has subsequently placed a big cloud of uncertainty over the Company. They need to resolve this ASAP if the share price isn't to sink further.
spaceparallax
23/7/2014
08:26
I see that I was too upbeat back in December (4 Dec'13 - 13:08 - 3461 of 3615) when I suggested 40-45p as the trading level for the shares.
tiredoldbroker
21/7/2014
21:23
call me old fashioned, but I only ever invest.
spaceparallax
21/7/2014
09:25
Ah, but the good thing about being long is that slippage is limited to 100%!
typo56
21/7/2014
08:40
Sp looking pretty precarious - we badly need some positive news to prevent significant slippage.
spaceparallax
16/7/2014
15:37
I wonder what's behind today's dip?
spaceparallax
10/7/2014
13:56
They may be holding off for the CMA decision regarding the BS dispute. I think the outcome of that could be rather binary for RGD. We've seen in the past how low EU sugar prices can be detrimental to RGD's profitability. If EU prices remain low, doesn't that rather undermine the reason for building Immingham? Added to that, sugar is now public health enemy no 1 and England got booted out in the first round (don't ask me why that's significant but I'm sure Totté will find a way if he can).
typo56
10/7/2014
10:26
Prelims out 26th June last year, and they weren't great. Maybe more head scratching required this year. Perhaps longer discussions with auditor regarding the next 12 months. PT may be convinced that Omnicane will ride to the rescue, but it will be interesting to hear if the auditors share that view.
briangeeee
10/7/2014
10:13
ABF are finding the sugar market tough. How will that impact RGD? Surely an RNS soon?
typo56
02/7/2014
14:19
AIM have rules do they? :-) CR
cockneyrebel
02/7/2014
14:15
Given it will have a material impact it's perhaps understandable that they want to wait for the CMA decision before releasing final results. Under AIM rules I think they've got until the end of September.
typo56
02/7/2014
10:36
Ah, was just going to post there should be news here soon and see Typo has beat me to it :-) The Grim Reaper doesn't use sweetner :-) Let's see how any news is "Tottified" this time. All imo/dyor etc. CR
cockneyrebel
01/7/2014
16:28
It's gone a bit quiet. News on the dispute and results soon perhaps.
typo56
30/5/2014
11:29
it's certainly a big risk to leave hanging so perhaps they might justifiably delay.
spaceparallax
29/5/2014
14:59
Real Good Food Company dispute to be resolved in July - See more at: hTTp://www.bakeryinfo.co.uk/news/fullstory.php/aid/12724/Real_Good_Food_Company_dispute_to_be_resolved_in_July.html#sthash.6gW4sx0Y.dpuf Might they delay results, until this is settled?
typo56
16/5/2014
16:37
sp looking at risk of dropping closer to 30p
spaceparallax
01/5/2014
20:14
ABF dispute doesn't sound like it's going too well: hTTp://www.foodmanufacture.co.uk/Business-News/Napier-Brown-confirms-ABF-sugar-dispute-hit A spokeswoman for ABF said: "The recent commercial dispute between the two companies is not a matter upon which it is appropriate to comment." And then she goes on to comment.... "The matter was recently considered by the relevant regulator at that time, the OFT, who had undertaken a preliminary high level assessment, listened to the respective parties and in February 2014 took a decision not to open an investigation." "Contrary to what was stated publicly by RGFC at the time there was no 'referral' (as that particular term is used in this field) to the CMA. We understand Napier has resubmitted the same complaint to the CMA and we have no reason to believe that the CMA will reach a different view to the OFT."
typo56
01/5/2014
17:41
It's not in Omnicane's interest to undercut the BS price.... yet! Now if they were to squeeze RGD just undercutting BS, that would heavily impact on profit line negatively for RGD and positively for RGD; with this would come continuing slippage of share price After a few more months of share price weakness, the required bid price for Omnicane is suddenly much lower; hence, the company gets snaffled up for a song. Following which, Omnicane helps out its sister company with lower prices and consequent rising profits with a ready made conduit into the UK market.
spaceparallax
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