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TATE Tate & Lyle Plc

-1.50 (-0.24%)
Last Updated: 14:24:42
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Share Name Share Symbol Market Type Share ISIN Share Description
Tate & Lyle Plc LSE:TATE London Ordinary Share GB00BP92CJ43 ORD 29 1/6P
  Price Change % Change Share Price Shares Traded Last Trade
  -1.50 -0.24% 615.50 87,735 14:24:42
Bid Price Offer Price High Price Low Price Open Price
615.00 616.00 623.50 614.00 622.50
Industry Sector Turnover Profit EPS - Basic PE Ratio Market Cap
Flavoring Extract,syrup, Nec 1.85B 190M 0.4730 13.07 2.48B
Last Trade Time Trade Type Trade Size Trade Price Currency
14:25:49 O 64 615.00 GBX

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27/11/202315:05Tate and Lyle Graph's and Charts3,900
26/11/202116:20TATE Charts38
22/5/201912:29Tate & Lyle FY Preview 23.05.19-
03/7/201408:18Darren Sinden bullish on Tate & Lyle PLC live on TipTV-
10/9/201304:52TATE sweet & sour103

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Posted at 01/12/2023 08:20 by Tate & Lyle Daily Update
Tate & Lyle Plc is listed in the Flavoring Extract,syrup, Nec sector of the London Stock Exchange with ticker TATE. The last closing price for Tate & Lyle was 617p.
Tate & Lyle currently has 401,657,700 shares in issue. The market capitalisation of Tate & Lyle is £2,482,244,586.
Tate & Lyle has a price to earnings ratio (PE ratio) of 13.07.
This morning TATE shares opened at 622.50p
Posted at 23/11/2023 17:59 by pete160
Confusingly Tate and Lyle Sugars is part of ASR group and not Tate and Lyle (after T&L sold it off in 2010).

But, if you want a closer sugar tie up, the husband of the current health secretary is the MD of British Sugar (which is owned by ABF - incl. Primark!, not T&L)
Posted at 09/11/2023 08:29 by wad collector
The outlook is cautiously positive too, looks like the share-price nadir may have passed.
Posted at 19/10/2023 12:52 by essentialinvestor
I mentioned this previously. If you take a look at the YTD share price it corresponds
to the above.
Posted at 19/10/2023 10:43 by csalvage
Barclays cuts Tate & Lyle to 'equal weight' (overweight) - price target 760 (950) pence
Posted at 17/4/2023 10:31 by cfro
I almost never bother posting here for that very reason - there really isnt much to say.

Run by the brilliant Nick Hampton. Once the results are out in May i really wouldnt be that surprised to see an share price over 1000p+ by the Autumn provided markets behave.

A real buy and forget type share.
Posted at 03/2/2023 20:14 by wad collector
IC have done a FTSE350 review for 2023 this week and put TATE at the top of their food and household goods list. They think the strategic direction is good even if the sweeteners divestment has not produced the hoped for returns yet.
Posted at 12/9/2022 12:34 by roguetraderuk
heres a pull out from the q&a after the june results. the bit includes the jefferies analyst and his q re european corn.

And I think our next question comes from Martin Deboo at Jefferies. Martin, good morning.

Martin Deboo

Yes, Nick and Dawn, good morning. Thanks. I've got three. I don't know if that's allowed. The first one may overlap with Alex's question, I was distracted. I just want to try and get a fix on where pro forma first of April net debt ended up? Dawn gave some very useful numbers, which on the back of an envelope seemed to me to suggest that before Quantum, you probably had a pro forma position of about negative 60 million relative to what you've said you'd be around neutral, I think? And the reason I think your negative is, you ultimately had to put more working capital into the business and relative to my numbers a bit more exceptional is how I'm seeing it, but I'll just be grateful for your collaboration of that?

Moving on to the trading. You've made this statement on Page 4 that you have committed agreements in place for key inputs covering the majority of the first half of 2023. It's a slightly odd statement, Nick, given that the business runs on calendar year, contracting implies as an uncertainty around the fourth calendar quarter, but can you remind me now we're in this new world, these complex supply agreements in the prospectus. Just give me an [indiscernible] in the new world, how is corn and procurement working for FBS? And how much and what sort of risk is FBS taking on corn?

And then the third one, if you'll allow me, is just what's the outlook for Europe primary, given it's still a retained business? Europe corn price is clearly up. I think this is really an isoglucose business. So, where are we versus the isoglucose sugar price? What's the situational capacity utilization in isoglucose Europe? How would we think about the outlook for Europe's primary?

Nick Hampton

Okay. So, why don't I take the second two questions, then I'll ask Dawn to comment on the debt position, post the transaction completion. So, your first question on corn. So what we've said is, we've substantially covered through the first half of our financial year, which to your point takes us to the end of the third quarter of the calendar year. That's really a reference to Europe Martin, where as you know forward cover on corn is more problematic and typically what you do is you buy the season ahead. So, we're starting to lay in cover for the next crop season in Europe as we speak, as farmers start to bring to market what they're planning to plant.

In North America, as you rightly point out, it's an annual process and we and because we contract annually, we're fully covered on corn in North America through the end of the calendar year. So, I hope that gives you a simpler explanation of that. And as part of that, as we've done when we do contracting, we back to back the cost of corn, although Primient will be buying us on our behalf. So, it's really no change to the North American position.

So hopefully that gives you a clearer sense of the difference between Europe and North America, which is really no difference to the past. I guess, is a simple way of putting it with this using Primient as a source of our corn. I think your third question was about Primary Products in Europe, if I remember.

Look, pre-anything to do with Ukraine-Russia, we were anticipating a moderation in the challenge in Primary Products in Europe. So, improvements in in the pricing situation and therefore no drag on the business this year. It's a little bit early to tell how things are evolving at moments and we'll give more color to it as the year evolves, but what we are seeing, as you say, is continued pressure on corn prices.

We're also seeing an increase in the price for isoglucose and also for co-products. So, at the moment, those two things are balancing each other off in the near term. We'll see how that evolves as we get into the year. And then last to your question on net debt and post the transaction completion, I'll ask Dawn to pick that one up.
Posted at 07/4/2022 22:35 by pierre oreilly
a proposed Special Dividend of GBP1.07 per Existing Ordinary Share in the capital of Tate & Lyle. In addition, in order to maintain the comparability, so far as possible, of Tate & Lyle's share price before and after the Special Dividend, it is proposed that the Special Dividend be accompanied by a Share Consolidation resulting in Ordinary Shareholders receiving six New Ordinary Shares with a nominal value of 29 (1) /(6) pence each for every seven Existing Ordinary Shares that they hold.

Sp it looks like we are effectively selling 1/7th of our holding at £7.49p/share.

I suppose the benefit comes with the subsequent share price which hopefully will rise (for some reason which escapes me). Fewer shares in issue means a higher eps if earnings stay the same I suppose.

Note the final divi x date is just a couple of weeks after the consolidation.
Posted at 23/7/2020 12:05 by essentialinvestor
* marked recent underperformance re the sector - that should have read on Unilever.

Back on TATE, that statement looks very strong to me.

They have significant indirect exposure to the casual dine out market, particularly in the US.
Prices for co-products will surely have been impacted?.

Net debt down yet again.

What looks interesting longer term is the market for their food solutions business is growing apace -
'clean labels', reduced sugar, reduced calorie, added fibre, focus on taste etc.

Added a small amount and tbh if it was not for wider market volatility I would add a larger amount.

As we know the TATE share price can sell off for no good reason, so perhaps best looked at on a bad day
Posted at 06/7/2020 12:55 by essentialinvestor
Added a small amount.

The TATE share price can be volatile as we all are aware.
Tate & Lyle share price data is direct from the London Stock Exchange

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