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Share Price: 31.50Bid: 31.50Ask: 31.75Change: -0.50 (-1.56%)Faller - Prem Foods
Spread: 0.25Spread as %: 0.79%Open: 32.25High: 32.50Low: 31.25Yesterday’s Close: 32.00


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schlepper
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RE: takeover possibility??????
13 Nov '14
We don't want that......let this baby do it itself.....unless an offer you can not refuse will make it worthwhile....GLA.
 
2reincarnated
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Re Takeover
13 Nov '14
Hate to say it, but PF is not a takeover target yet. It will be one sometime next year and the SP will rise very strongly at that time. Unfortunately, most on this BB will have sold up by then, thinking the SP has reached a peak. This is eventually how so many people, including me are going to get caught out!!!
KUMS
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Look
13 Nov '14
at our household name brands.

Surely there are eagles circling around PFD.
KUMS
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GooooD
13 Nov '14
Morning all.
greens69
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Price:38.00
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takeover possibility??????
13 Nov '14
Would the debt and pension deficit not put them off though?
mkwarriors
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takeover possibility??????
13 Nov '14
Hormel Foods Hungry For Corporate Activity

12th November 2014

Business Desk Latest*

Taken from the ADFN site.......

Hormel Foods Corporation (NYSE:HRL) are weighing up a takeover of Uk based
Premier Foods (LON:PFD).The corporation have been keen for some time to find
a foothold in the Uk & Eu markets and senior company executives believe a bid
for Premier Foods would fit the bill across a number of fronts.Hormel,who are
best known for brands such as the iconic 'Spam' and 'Skippy' have been steadily
growing their business and portfolio over recent years and are now in a position
to be more aggressive in terms of acquisition and takeovers.One analyst connected to the company revealed that steps are now underway for what he termed 'bolt on acquisitions' to be made swiftly.Premier Foods are best known for brands such as 'Oxo' and 'Mr Kipling' in the Uk,and employ around 4000 staff.
MrB386
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Price:37.75
Balbir_007
12 Nov '14
Think your next email should be to Gavin negotiating your commission!!
balbir_007
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RE: OXO Products and Sainbury
12 Nov '14
For anyone interested in this thread. The following was the latest feedback from Sainsbury, so hopefully when these are in store, then a few more quid to the sales. ----- Thanks for your email. I'm sorry you are disappointed with the news. Be rest assured I have made a request for these products for our buying team to take into consideration.
KUMS
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Pary
12 Nov '14
I like the way we are slowly moving up. It seems slow but only in mid October we were 27p!
paryCMK
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Price:38.00
KUMS
12 Nov '14
You r right KUMS. Too many profit takers today.. seems like.. ! Anything above 38p will be good.





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