Share Name Share Symbol Market Type Share ISIN Share Description
Wynnstay Group Plc LSE:WYN London Ordinary Share GB0034212331 ORD 25P
  Price Change % Change Share Price Shares Traded Last Trade
  2.50 0.74% 342.50 71,714 08:00:00
Bid Price Offer Price High Price Low Price Open Price
335.00 350.00 342.50 342.50 342.50
Industry Sector Turnover (m) Profit (m) EPS - Basic PE Ratio Market Cap (m)
Food Producers 490.60 7.55 30.95 11.1 67
Last Trade Time Trade Type Trade Size Trade Price Currency
16:19:12 O 7,500 344.90 GBX

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Wynnstay Daily Update: Wynnstay Group Plc is listed in the Food Producers sector of the London Stock Exchange with ticker WYN. The last closing price for Wynnstay was 340p.
Wynnstay Group Plc has a 4 week average price of 282.50p and a 12 week average price of 282.50p.
The 1 year high share price is 352.50p while the 1 year low share price is currently 190p.
There are currently 19,684,194 shares in issue and the average daily traded volume is 77,598 shares. The market capitalisation of Wynnstay Group Plc is £67,418,364.45.
thewheeliedealer: Hi all, My mate Peter @Conkers3 and myself did a ‘Twin Petes Investing’ Podcast a few days ago and part of our discussion includes WYN which looks pretty good value to me. We also chatted about loads of other Stocks and Ideas for research and did a particular bit about Luck vs Skill. We also discussed the outlook for Markets and as usual a fair bit of educational stuff with regards to Investing. Anyway, if you use Apple, Audioboom, Overcast or Spotify you can find it under the 'Conkers Corner' Channel (you want Podcast TPI 36) and you can find it on Soundcloud at the link below. It is also now on Youtube. I hope you enjoy it and find it useful, Cheers, WD @wheeliedealer hTTps://
pdosullivan: Share buybacks would be very accretive.
cjohn: PS Very good figures from WYN. Still trading at close to two thirds tangible book value. The macro picture IS important. Of course, there could be a serious second wave in the UK, US etc - or not. The correct response to uncertainty is to insist on downside protection for any share; snap up cheap assets and sell expensive ones. No one can seriously argue that WYN is "expensive". On various leading indicators of value, it's cheap to very cheap. Plus the business has so far been more resilient than most to COVID disruption.
elsa7878: Judging by comments from themselves and competitors I don't imagine it will be pretty, though I think their stores have probably done well. Oil price drop should have helped farmer budgets to mitigate some of the reduction in farmgate prices. 2 years of high £5 million capex - should be reducing from now on. This will aid cashflow. Probably some weak cashflow due to the reduction of inventories in the last full year that will require restocking, unless this was deliberate policy to run a leaner retail business. Still have net current assets - liabilities of nearly the market cap, plus freehold properties of £10 million. Agree at £2 it would be a raging buy. We have to eat and after this pandemic I assume security of food supplies and a greater drive towards self sufficiency etc will become an even more important issue and therefore will require greater farmer support. Government has committed to maintaining welfare standards so can't see us being force fed chlorinated chicken... NWF: 28/1: Feeds. Gained market share with volume growth against a backdrop of lower market volumes. Profit has been maintained despite lower commodity prices. 29/4: In Feeds demand has been in line with expectations and we continue to deliver greater volumes of ruminant feed than the prior year. A recent significant increase in feed commodity prices, particularly proteins, is impacting the business in the short term. CARR: 7/1: Agriculture markets have remained challenging. In the UK, lower cattle prices, downward pressure on milk prices and rising input costs have contributed to pressure on farm incomes which, combined with continuing Brexit uncertainty, has resulted in reduced levels of farmer confidence. In addition, following the unseasonably mild and dry weather seen over the prior year supporting large forage stocks on farms, the division has seen reduced spending on feed and animal supplements. This has resulted in reduced sales volumes in both UK Agriculture and UK Supplements to the end of the period despite an initial good start to the financial year. 12/3: Conditions have remained challenging which, combined with the continued mild weather, has meant that volumes and margins for feed and supplements are significantly behind management's expectations. Results to end of Feb 2020: The sustained mild winter and ongoing market pressures have resulted in total compound feed volumes declining by 10% against the previous year. This reduction is in line with the decline seen nationally, which has placed margins under pressure. WYN: 22/1: Outlook: The trading environment for the agricultural supplies sector remains challenging. Farmgate prices are generally lower than a year ago, and the detail of what Brexit means for the agricultural industry remains uncertain - although the Government has made clear its support for UK farmers and outlined proposals that emphasise environmental management and efficiency. We therefore anticipate that farmers will remain circumspect in their spending and investment plans over 2020. Against this background, the high level of forage stocks on farms has reduced feed demand, and the wet weather conditions over recent months have decreased the acreage of winter cereals that farmers have been able to plant. 24/3: AGM statement: As expected, trading in the first four months of the new financial year was subdued, but has been broadly in line with management expectations. This market softness reflected generally lower farmgate prices, severe wet weather that limited sowing activities, and continued farmer cautiousness.
buywell3: 666 Advocate and realist replies Just noted · May CARR Payment of interim dividend deferred until full effects of COVID-19 become clear About 9 weeks ago CARR said: UK Agriculture The sustained mild winter and ongoing market pressures have resulted in total compound feed volumes declining by 10% against the previous year. This reduction is in line with the decline seen nationally, which has placed margins under pressure. Volumes in our fuel distribution business were less impacted and were down 6% on last year. Now some have posted about thin margins --- buywell thinks the divi here will get shelved same as CARR How much will that hurt the Share Price ? The Chart tells it like it is ----- WYN has been downtrending for 3 years Any Investor that does not heed charts is one that could lose their cash Covid-19 is now surging once again in the USA , and is kicking off after lockdowns have been relased/relaxed in Turkey , Australia and Saudi Arabia. Global numbers on current trajectory should DOUBLE from the present number and hit 20M cases by end of the first week of Sept 2020. This is why Institutions and bigger holders have been selling stocks IMO as they have belatedly woken up and smelt the coffee Brown and Shipley earlier than some IMO the next leg down will be bigger than the last because of FED actions taking the markets into an artificial position on pumped in cash . DOW to go under 15,000 is buywells' call Careful IMO boldness is asking for a fall
studentinvestor13: They wont shelve the dividend because it is easily covered by earnings and the balance sheet is strong and the dividend is not expensive. When all others were canning dividends, WYN came out and said they will absolutely pay their final dividend. Dont forget the dividend is an important source of income for many of their farmer shareholders. WYN is worth >£4 /share I agree there Buywell is coming across as extremely pretentious. Telling us that we don't know what COVID is because we don't consider the macro. Telling us that nobody can predict covid but the market is going to crash because the fed is pumping hot air. Calling us "oldies" because we like dividends. Idiotic post and anyone who talks about themselves in the third person is not worth listening to.
gateside: Good discussion here. So why has WYN seriously out performed NWF in the last few months?Tempted by WYN for the 5.6% yield. Trouble with companies like WYN they are at the whim of so many factors out of their control, like the weather. Margins are very narrow too.
thorpematt: The wafer thin operting margin always freaks me out here. Do investors here think that increased COVID expenses are liekly to erode this further (If only temporarily)? Is there any positive counter arguement? I have no concerns over solvency but any risk of an unexpected miss on EPS will give a further downward pressure on the share price. The daily chart here is truly dreadful. The downtrend from early 2017 tells its own story in Mr. Market's assessment of the company. Such charts can be pre-curser to turn-around and huge value but my concern is that there is a little more negative still to come?
thorpematt: Yes DBAY tend to be activist. In my experience they have a tendancy to look for companies which ther perception says could be run better - that is to say commercially aren't quite as profitable or aren't exploiting their market as well as could be. In instances where the progress hasn't been made (and the share price continues to lag) they buy the lot. From a PIs point of view it is highly irratating when they get a bargain (and you know it). Ultimatley of course if the progress isn't quite there then one can argue that the (usually) small supplement to 3 month ave price is better than nothing. Often times one has to wonder however. How often does a BoD vote down an unfavourable deal when they retain a small supplement to their options and retain their jobs. Is it really in shareholders best interests? Incidently I have always felt tha WYN could be run better and perhaps DBAY and I have come across each other so much for precisely the reason that they (in my experience) often have a point.
games: Totally agree. And it beggars belief to me at least the share price rises over recent days of some companies that are shutting shop and cancelling dividends. Here's something to think about. It was often mentioned that summer would be a saviour regarding coronavirus. And while it may help, I don't believe it will be as effective. The reason, sunspot activity has all but disappeared, and when this happens, their is less UV, UV kills virus. Take some vit d. And longer term, I wonder what effect a grand solar minimum would have on farming, farm prices... If it were to come about. Wyn is a decent company, I will prob buy in at some point.
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