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Is the Bull Market over? Andre Minassian says no! Watch here

Is the Bull Market over? Andre Minassian says no!


Premier Foods Share Chat (PFD)



Share Price: 41.50Bid: 41.50Ask: 41.75Change: -0.50 (-1.19%)Faller - Prem Foods
Spread: 0.25Spread as %: 0.60%Open: 41.00High: 42.00Low: 40.50Yesterday’s Close: 42.00


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DoomMonger
Posts: 304
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Price:41.50
RE: DoomMonger
Today 01:40
Mandy +S but able to spot dogs! How much you lost? :)))))
 
Dierich
Posts: 3,590
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Price:41.50
DoomMonger
Fri 22:54
Your an absolute waste of space, not problem, just saying.

So many positive things in life you could be doing.
DoomMonger
Posts: 304
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Opinion:No Opinion
Price:41.50
RE: Next week
Fri 21:57
Down I would say - bad news not sunk in yet.
H-hi
Posts: 400
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Opinion:No Opinion
Price:41.50
Just PFD products guys!
Fri 20:45
If you want to see PFD hit 80p just make sure your family and friends buy only PFD brands..........simple!
Dierich
Posts: 3,590
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Price:41.50
RE: Next week
Fri 19:55
Mems27
Posts: 181
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Price:41.50
Next week
Fri 18:21
Hey guys so what is your sp target for next week ??????
dogger
Posts: 97
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Price:41.50
RE: what are oasis upto?
Fri 16:49
Still not sure I fully understand....if they "have the right" to own 7%, where does the 7% come from if they choose to excercise the right ?
2reincarnated
Posts: 2,844
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Price:41.75
oldtimer
Fri 14:45
I don't think anybody knows what's going on, but we can all speculate. I think there could be a private equity connection in this affair, of which Oasis are a part of. Indeed, if in March 2016 when MC bid, GD said ''other bidders may emerge''. Indeed, if a private equity outfit did launch a higher bid and bough PF, what would they be doing with the company today? My guess is getting companies like Nissin on board who have products that can drive growth. So before an outright bid is launched, expect to see agreements with other manufacturers aimed at growth, because whether PF is listed or in private hands, it needs to get growth from somewhere. To blame the burden of debt on everything will get you nowhere.
oldtimer
Posts: 3,551
Observation
Opinion:No Opinion
Price:41.75
2reincarnated
Fri 13:35
I don't know what's going on or what will happen in the short term but over the last few months there has been many large buys after the close of business and whenever we see large sells they always seem to be bought up by someone or some institution. It's sods law that at some stage someone will strike when they have enough holdings or when they think this stock is about to rocket and they don't want to miss out, but until then It's being held back so someone can keep building their stake. I still think this will hit 80p - £1 over the next 6 months and so I am not selling out just yet.
StyxFan
Posts: 482
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Price:41.75
What happened to that....
Fri 13:23
resumed dividend payment indication from Gav two or 3 years back? That's the litmus test for me. We Pi's all need to get a bit more proactive on the voting front (mind you wouldn't make a lot of difference).




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