Share Name Share Symbol Market Type Share ISIN Share Description
Swallowfield Plc LSE:SWL London Ordinary Share GB0008667304 ORD 5P
  Price Change % Change Share Price Bid Price Offer Price High Price Low Price Open Price Shares Traded Last Trade
  +0.00p +0.00% 310.00p 300.00p 320.00p 310.00p 310.00p 310.00p 45,795 07:38:33
Industry Sector Turnover (m) Profit (m) EPS - Basic PE Ratio Market Cap (m)
Personal Goods 74.3 3.1 15.2 20.4 52.28

Swallowfield Share Discussion Threads

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DateSubjectAuthorDiscuss
15/3/2018
09:58
Positive article and buy recommendation in todays Shares Magazine.
jls21
09/3/2018
16:42
Are Western Selection, with a NED on the Board, following Mr Peter G out the door?
countryman5
28/2/2018
21:37
Debt going up again though.
topvest
28/2/2018
07:52
Sounds like a good fitting purchase although results a bit less than I expected.
johnrxx99
27/2/2018
19:37
Market liked them by the share action today in a very lacklustre market. I hold.
insideryou
27/2/2018
07:54
Decent enough results at first glance - EPS up double digit %, same with dividend, complementary acquisition,..
adamb1978
09/2/2018
02:37
Maybe you two got them cheap enough/close enough to bid for the computer to take your buys as a sell. Not a good sign............... I got out a while ago, & CRL, which I also got rid of, not looking too good either. Unpopular sector?
napoleon 14th
08/2/2018
11:16
Me too. Showed as sale
insideryou
07/2/2018
10:51
Purchased 1000 shares this morning which is showing as a sell.Shortage of stock, or market makers playing games?
packman8
02/2/2018
20:59
Very large sale at 300p. Will we see a RNS?
countryman5
30/1/2018
11:21
Looks like that accounting question posed above may have come to light???
insideryou
04/1/2018
11:36
Ticking up again. This time I will have a target price.
napoleon 14th
03/1/2018
11:07
Adam - See annual report p29-30: "Underlying operating profit is shown before charges for share-based payments, with a provision made of £1.76m (2016: £0.22m), reflecting the share price appreciation in the year and the impact on the accounting valuation of the phantom shares awarded at the closing share-price of 395p (2016: 180p). The majority of the charge on share-based incentives relates to awards made in 2014 and become exercisable towards the end of 2017. These share options were put in place in order to incentivise the Group’s wider management team (including the executive directors of Swallowfield) and to ensure that their interests are aligned with shareholders. At the time, this incentive plan was introduced the average share price was 95p and since that time shareholders have been rewarded with a capital improvement of over 250% in addition to progressive dividend income."
cautious investor
03/1/2018
10:44
Adam - I would ask the company secretary, who should give you a straight answer.
napoleon 14th
02/1/2018
12:33
Adam, haven't looked (as rather busy), but isn't the accounting charge related to 'fair value', rather than new issue of shares, and therefore just a reflection of a rise in share price? As far as I recall, the purchase was cash-based (in part from newly issued shares), not paper, so unrelated to management share issuance.
briangeeee
01/1/2018
20:57
Hello I came across these recently and like a lot of what I see - expanding margins, increasing earnings, defensive sector exposure, decent balance sheet, increasing yield... I had a question for people who know the company far better than me. Looking back at the FY17 results, they took a massive £1.755m charge through the P&L for share based payments but which, bizarrely, they dont adjust for in their 17.7p adjusted EPS figure - incredible given that its around 10p EPS (see note 9 to their FY17 results which shows the relatively small adjustments for exceptionals and acq'n related intangible amort). Two questions: anyone know why around 3% of the market was given as share based payments (related to one of the acquisitions?) and has anyone spoken to the co re why they dont adjust for this? It makes a massive difference to the multiple Thanks Adam
adamb1978
11/12/2017
19:07
Dont often manage to catch one at the bottom
johnv
11/12/2017
18:18
Good timing johnv. I just held but didnt add.
napoleon 14th
10/12/2017
13:02
Bought back in on Friday.
johnv
08/12/2017
17:12
Recent annoying fall due to the market IMO. AG: statement is clear. "The Board is pleased to report that trading in the first four months of the year is in line with expectations. We continue to see strong momentum in our branded business, with the first half year being positively impacted by another year of growth in our Christmas gifting ranges and further retail distribution gains in the UK and France. Our manufacturing business is also performing steadily against strong prior year comparators. As previously indicated we are seeing volumes normalise against the significant new products launched in the first half of last year. Pleasingly, there is a fresh wave of new product launches and contract wins that will contribute to our full year performance and bode well for future momentum. This is likely to give a second half bias to the year in this segment of the business. While we remain conscious of the continuing macro uncertainty both in the UK and internationally, overall we expect to maintain our positive progress and are well positioned to deliver against our expectations for the full year" What we need is a confident view of the future to get share price to recover. Should not be too much to ask for........
napoleon 14th
05/12/2017
20:16
Is there more drop tomorrow?
johnv
29/10/2017
18:12
MIDAS SHARE TIPS: George Soros and other big investors are attracted by Swallowfield’s growth prospects Read more: htTp://www.thisismoney.co.uk/money/investing/article-5027367/MIDAS-SHARE-TIPS-George-Soros-loves-Swallowfield.html#ixzz4wvEZ8pDG Follow us: @MailOnline on Twitter | DailyMail on Facebook
aishah
19/10/2017
17:17
RNS delivered. Largest shareholder taking a profit. New institution coming on board?
countryman5
18/10/2017
21:41
RNS re sale?
countryman5
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