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Share Price: 42.00Bid: 42.00Ask: 42.25Change: 0.00 (0.00%)No Movement on Prem Foods
Spread: 0.25Spread as %: 0.60%Open: 43.50High: 43.75Low: 42.00Yesterday’s Close: 42.00


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peacelover1
Posts: 20
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Price:43.50
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price
30 Jan '15
Last Friday was up hope we have same again .
 
peacelover1
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hi all
30 Jan '15
1st time on here .I like all your views it's valuable .
Can anyone tell me please what price we looking /expecting next week?
mkwarriors
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Price:43.50
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hovis
30 Jan '15
Hovis has announced CFO Michael Kennedy has left the UK bread maker as the company seeks to meet its "ambitious growth targets".The news leaves Hovis, now majority-owned by US private-equity firm Gores Group, looking for a CFO and a CEO. In October, the company said CEO Bob Spooner had resigned to "take up a new overseas based opportunity driven by family reasons".Kennedy joined Hovis last year after previous owner Premier Foods plc spun off the business into a joint venture with Gores Group.Spooner insisted Hovis had "come a long way in setting up the business for future growth" since the formation of the venture. He said Kennedy had "done a good job in laying the foundations and putting an infrastructure in place during the transition process".However, he added: "We are now in the next phase of the company's evolution and Hovis is looking for an individual, with a proven track record for delivering sustainable profitable growth, to join its leadership team as it moves forward."Hovis declined to comment on its profitability but, citing figures from IRI, pointed to its sales performance in recent weeks. "Although the bread category is under tremendous pressure, Hovis was the only bread brand to deliver sustained value growth in the latest 12 weeks ending 6 December," a spokesperson said. "The business has made great strides since last April and we continue to invest in capital and brand as we drive the business forward."Mark Stanworth, the CFO at baby and child products manufacturer Mayborn Group, will join Hovis as interim CFO.The spokesperson for Hovis said the company was making "encouraging progress" in its search for a new CEO. "We are attracting a high calibre of candidates who all have the appetite to join a dynamic business, which is fully supported by significant investment."
mkwarriors
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Price:43.50
delayed buy notification
29 Jan '15
came through after close

14:11 45.00p 565,000 £254.25k
2reincarnated
Posts: 1,727
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Price:44.50
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sustainable
29 Jan '15
SP growth leading all the way to May is better than a sharp hike. Thankfully we appear to be seeing that now.
sinbad57
Posts: 17
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Opinion:No Opinion
Price:45.00
greens69
29 Jan '15
when I brought them they were 33p then a year or so later they had the consolidation which put them at £3.33 because I only got 1 for every 10 shares that made it hard for me so I had to buy the shares to get the price down I have only just got to 91p
greens69
Posts: 15
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Opinion:Hold
Price:45.00
sinbad57
29 Jan '15
You weren't tempted to cash in at 180p back in Oct 2013? I sold then and bought back in near the bottom price in November 2014. Small amounts but decent margin!
schlepper
Posts: 2,463
Observation
Opinion:No Opinion
Price:46.00
SP
29 Jan '15
1 step backwards(Yesterday) 2 steps forwards cha,cha cha....positive momentum is still very strong and definitely. NOT DOOMED......GLA.
sinbad57
Posts: 17
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Price:45.25
CN1986
29 Jan '15
I have had my shares for 7 years I have got them down to 91p so I will hold till they have hit the £1 hold hold hold
CN1986
Posts: 20
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Price:44.75
Buyers
29 Jan '15
Decent number of buyers outweighing sellers today. Hopefully yesterday's shallow dip was most profit takers bowing out early.
I'm long on this one. And agree that doom mongrel is wasting his time trying to short on here! Anyone with any sense will hold





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