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Share Price: 53.25Bid: 52.00Ask: 54.50Change: 0.00 (0.00%)No Movement on Plant Impact
Spread: 2.50Spread as %: 4.81%Open: 51.25High: 53.25Low: 51.25Yesterday’s Close: 53.25


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trader250
Posts: 558
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Price:54.25
RE: pig in trough
27 May '16
on my smartphone but it seems he has an incentive here if sp moves North.

I like this share although not yet invested. I have a small holding in Optibiotix
 
doze
Posts: 2,729
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Price:55.00
CEO and CFO
19 May '16
now have 15% of company as reward lined up and if they are there just to get shareholders hyped up at the prospect of tripling the SP then it is the sort of management of expectation that is out of favour. This is a company whose product is needed and sells itself without management pretending they deserve a global magnate size remuneration. The company just needs steady organic growth not a tripling of prospects in two years.
doze
Posts: 2,729
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Price:55.00
pig in trough
19 May '16
http://www.londonstockexchange.com/exchange/news/market-news/market-news-detail/PIM/12821701.html

Doesn't he get a wage. This is the sort of remuneration that has gone out of fashion nowadays, a real shot in the foot for PIM.
doze
Posts: 2,729
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Price:56.50
good rns
21 Mar '16
shan
Posts: 6,029
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Price:61.25
pim
26 Oct '15
simply put brilliant results from a brilliant little company!
hereandnow
Posts: 1,251
Answer
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Price:61.25
RE: Business Desk headline
26 Oct '15
They also said they were based in preston!….which they haven't been for several years…quality bit of journalism!
AL75
Posts: 525
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Opinion:Buy
Price:60.00
Business Desk headline
26 Oct '15
The Business Desk headlined today's results with a headline, "Plant Impact enjoys spectacular profit and revenue growth".

It's a bit sensationalist, but the results certainly sent the shares up substantially higher, and out of its indecisive triangle pattern. For me it's a buy but not a "spectacular" one.
AL75
Posts: 525
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Opinion:Buy
Price:60.00
Business Desk headline
26 Oct '15
The Business Desk headlined today's results with a headline, "Plant Impact enjoys spectacular profit and revenue growth".

It's a bit sensationalist, but the results certainly sent the shares up substantially higher, and out of its indecisive triangle pattern. For me it's a buy but not a "spectacular" one.
kidwin
Posts: 324
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Price:56.75
Transformational Year
4 Sep '15
Plant Impact, the agricultural crop improvement specialist, said it now expects to break even after trading profitably through the last full year.
After a transformational year to the end of July, the AIM-listed company predicted growth for the 2016 financial year on the back of substantial sales in Brazil of its soybean crop efficiency product, Veritas.

Sales of Veritas, which is sold in Brazil by German multinational Bayer, were encouraging and helped group revenue expand 80% to £4.5m, of which £1.4m came in the fourth quarter, itself a 75% increase.

Although sales in Northern Europe were hit by Russia's boycott of European produce, Plant Impact said overall for the year its net profit after tax was expected to be £0.1m, reversing the previous year's £0.7m loss.

Chief executive John Brubaker said it had been a transformational year for the group and said 2016 was "an important year for multiple growth programmes".

"The directors have a positive sales outlook for the 2016 financial year."

This is predicated on forecasts of "substantial growth" in Brazil for Veritas as sales are expanded across the whole country after a successful test-marketing season, with firm orders already received for most of its expected sales in the 2015/16 Brazilian soybean season.

Northern Europe, the smaller region from a current sales perspective, is expected to see "modest" growth, Middle-Eastern sales are expected to continue to expand, and a first commercial year of Banzai, a new product to improve cocoa yield that will be marketed in West Africa by Arysta LifeScience, beginning with Cameroon and the Ivory Coast.

Management also plan to significantly expand commercial and research and development programmes, using some of the £7.6m cash balances.




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