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Premier Foods Share Chat (PFD)



Share Price: 40.00Bid: 41.00Ask: 41.25Change: -2.00 (-4.76%)Faller - Prem Foods
Spread: 0.25Spread as %: 0.61%Open: 41.75High: 42.975Low: 39.90Yesterday’s Close: 42.00


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zedy
Posts: 589
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Opinion:No Opinion
Price:40.00
RE: Re SP 40p
Today 18:30
Holding tight, should be significantly higher by year end. Was expecting this to keep rising after recent update but feel investors do not trust this board. GLA
 
3cardbrag
Posts: 2,832
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Opinion:No Opinion
Price:40.00
Re SP 40p
Today 18:24
Yeah not brilliant. However if time is on your hands and it drops a penny or two below 40p could well be worth a top up. My average is 40p anyway so won't really make much difference but am prepared to hold for medium term if necessary.
dogscott
Posts: 447
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Opinion:No Opinion
Price:41.05
sp 40p
Today 16:42
Another week of being cheated !
oldtimer
Posts: 4,742
Observation
Opinion:No Opinion
Price:41.05
Business
Today 14:27
Just look at the extra millions of mince pies we have made so far this year.
Bring on more own label contracts as long as they are profitable.
oldtimer
Posts: 4,742
Observation
Opinion:No Opinion
Price:41.05
Business
Today 14:24
A few years ago pfd moved away from making and tendering for Supermarkets own label products in a bid to go more for lower sales but at slightly higher margins. And as we know that proved to be lower sales overall and some of those own label contract went to other manufactures.
So it now looks like we have had some spare capacity in our factories and decided to go for more own label contracts for the like of the discounters.
OK so these are lower profits but still profits and as long as these contracts are from our spare capacity and not at the expense of making branded lines then why not make them.
This keeps our competitors out of the market and once you have these contracts they are usually for a year and then we can re-tender at a higher price if we want to.
I have always believed we need to have a mixture of both branded and own label products to get the best opportunities out of the supermarkets.
dogscott
Posts: 447
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Opinion:No Opinion
Price:41.15
times article
Today 14:18
bistolover
Posts: 485
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Opinion:No Opinion
Price:41.15
RE: RichinMinerals
Today 14:10
depends what you are looking for on this board. Management Chearleaders ( AKA Darby lovers) regardless of what the management do or good fair comments that are helpful to private investors.
3cardbrag
Posts: 2,832
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Opinion:No Opinion
Price:41.225
OT
Today 13:54
Re "but our Q3 Group sales up +4.0%; year to date".
Yes overall up but you do need to break that down. Branded up 0.7% and Non-branded up 17%. So the "busy fools/low profit" bit is racing ahead but our mainstays are almost static. Agree, still better than market but only if the result is higher profits.
oldtimer
Posts: 4,742
Observation
Opinion:No Opinion
Price:41.35
Food sales
Today 12:54
I would agree with you, my ave is still about 65p and a long way off yet.
glenglen
Posts: 13
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Opinion:No Opinion
Price:41.60
RE: Food sales
Today 11:27
BUT not the Share Price huh?




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