well if Oasis are making a noise by holding 5% of shares, just imagine what they could do with the 8% of PF they hold. But will have just wait and see, if Paulson continue to'' get the hump'' over GD rejecting the bid last year, why don't they sell their 2%?
to say darby lied is a substantial understatement. This person gave a investors call on 15 November 2016 knowing sales plummeted for the last 6 weeks, then continued to say 2-4% growth for second half. This only to safeguard his presidency of FDF.
PFD needs a "for sale" tag........Darby lied about growth. Finances won't get better at high interest rates plus no growth and shrinking profit.....A takeover will reduce its interest on loans, cut costs to deliver better margins and grow its brands.
Fischer is a well-known backer of Japan’s changes to its corporate-governance rules under Prime Minister Shinzo Abe, which were intended to make companies use cash better and protect the rights of all shareholders
Sell these shares asap and buy National Grid, Aviva or GSK (all offer a good dividend and are very stable) PFD or short sellers have taken thousands of innocent small time investors to the cleaners over the years. Beware!
Thanks Peter3, good to know some nice people are still posting here. He Doom......you know it for sure now that I will have the last laugh! You've had it so good but the tide has turned and GD is finished after multiple profit warnings now. Your insider that is ruining PFD is less powerful now and will not get support to turn down another bid.
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