Share Name Share Symbol Market Type Share ISIN Share Description
Treatt Plc LSE:TET London Ordinary Share GB00BKS7YK08 ORD 2P
  Price Change % Change Share Price Shares Traded Last Trade
  -20.00 -1.88% 1,045.00 24,606 16:35:09
Bid Price Offer Price High Price Low Price Open Price
1,040.00 1,050.00 1,065.00 1,040.00 1,065.00
Industry Sector Turnover (m) Profit (m) EPS - Basic PE Ratio Market Cap (m)
Chemicals 109.02 13.74 16.32 64.0 623
Last Trade Time Trade Type Trade Size Trade Price Currency
16:35:09 UT 3,058 1,045.00 GBX

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Treatt Daily Update: Treatt Plc is listed in the Chemicals sector of the London Stock Exchange with ticker TET. The last closing price for Treatt was 1,065p.
Treatt Plc has a 4 week average price of 1,020p and a 12 week average price of 1,020p.
The 1 year high share price is 1,225p while the 1 year low share price is currently 502p.
There are currently 59,608,089 shares in issue and the average daily traded volume is 72,292 shares. The market capitalisation of Treatt Plc is £622,904,530.05.
mrbeaky: TET recommended in The Times Tempus as a buy today
anley: with a 5% holding. To get hold of that it must have mopped up all the loose shares from £12 down to say about £11........... Some news will send this back up over £12 per share this summer.
vprt: Having listened to the earnings presentation and the analyst Q&A (on PI World, as linked to above), it is clear that Treatt is very successfully capturing highly profitable and rapid growth from the hard seltzer category. With the answers to the questions from Numis towards the end, it becomes clear that: - several of Treatt's product categories benefit from this trend - it is already a good chunk of revenues (I believe they guesstimated 15%) - they have a strong proposition that really matters for the taste, combining expertise and solutions in e.g. sugar reduction and natural extracts - they have a large market share by selling both directly and via F&F houses into the category - the rapid growth is expected to continue for years, at least in the US, and they are looking at expanding production capacity in the US in 2-3 years, despite having very recently completed their new facility there. - the market in ROW is more nascent - so with plenty of runway if the trend takes off, as it might So, this seems very bullish for continued revenue growth and margin expansion in the medium term! To quench my thirst for (more information about) hard seltzers (I have never tried one, but I certainly will, very soon!) I found a couple of articles that were helpful on this phenomenon: hxxps:// hxxps:// - notice the global size PS: If the links don't work: Replace xx with tt in the URLs. I simply googled hard seltzers 2021 to find these
tomps2: Treatt (TET) 2021 interim results presentation to analysts Daemmon Reeve, CEO and Richard Hope, CFO outline H1 results where they have seen revenue up 13.5%, with gross profit margin up 880bps; very strong growth has been enjoyed from the ‘healthier living’ categories. Good trading momentum continues with encouraging order book levels and further growth opportunities. Profit before tax and exceptionals for the current year is expected to be at least £20m, exceeding the current consensus of £18m. Watch the video here: Https:// Or listen to the Podcast here: Https://
truffle: Quite happy to see the share price where it is. But after such a rise over the past year and now trading at £12, no less, and a P/E around 70, it makes you wonder if there is something else we are all missing here?
partridge1948: Quite happy to see a contrary view if presented sensibly and mahammer is entitled to his opinion. Treatt have take a lot on with the new factory, but have already shown that they can manage such a project with similar but smaller expansion in the USA.The demand for their products, coupled with growth prospects once the new facility is up and running, encourage me to stick with it whatever the next year or two may bring - mahammer might be right in the short term (although I hope not) but I have held since 2003 and long term I believe TET will continue to be an excellent performer. Always dyor.
ayl30: Peel Hunt upgrades to 975p target price
partridge1948: TET have historically tended to under promise and over deliver, so the bullish nature of this update shows real confidence. Good that they can manage the growth before the new factory comes on stream later this year, when things could become really interesting. At first glance expensive, but for very good reasons in my view;always dyor.
vprt: Thanks, robow, below is more of the text available to non-subscribers (like me): "Treatt is in a sweet spot and you should buy now This diversified natural extracts and ingredients provider is real high quality business 29 October 2020|Great Ideas Issue: 29 Oct 2020 - Page 11 We think that shares in extracts-to-ingredients supplier Treatt (TET) can maintain the momentum they have shown since the market bottomed in March. Under chief executive Daemmon Reeve, Treatt’s margins are improving thanks to a focus on added-value products and the company is primed to profit from consumer trends including a preference for natural products, the growing interest in health and ... "
robow: TET gets a terrific write up in Shares magazine this week. 'Treat is in a sweet spot and you should buy now.'
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