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Premier Foods Share Chat (PFD)



Share Price: 39.50Bid: 39.30Ask: 39.45Change: -0.30 (-0.75%)Faller - Prem Foods
Spread: 0.15Spread as %: 0.38%Open: 39.90High: 39.90Low: 39.25Yesterday’s Close: 39.80


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bistolover
Posts: 543
Opinion:No Opinion
Price:39.50
take back control
Today 20:14
the share holders own the company, not sure why the board keeps saying other stakeholders, only shareholders matter.
 
bistolover
Posts: 543
Opinion:No Opinion
Price:39.50
fight back has started
Today 19:55
hopefully darby will not be ceo by the agm. Nissin cannot vote as they are on the board. If paulson also votes with them, it will be goodbye darby. The company can then attract buyers for the parts or the whole business, these will be able to raise funds cheaply.We have had 5 years of throwing money down the drains with nothing to show for it other then very well rewarded bond holder, banks gifted money like there is no tomorrow. The rhm scheme is £700m in surplus and management team have not been able to get a penny back. gave away hovis plus loans to them..
oldtimer
Posts: 5,212
Opinion:No Opinion
Price:39.50
rns
Today 17:51
Looks like Oasis are not willing to wait any longer for GD to do his work, maybe if they still fail to get him removed they will buy more shares and try a full takeover.
dogger
Posts: 255
Opinion:No Opinion
Price:39.50
RE: Oasis.
Today 17:43
Just spoken to the Halifax (who hold my shares) and instructed them to vote against GD.....we are on our way !!!
Consultgreg
Posts: 246
Opinion:No Opinion
Price:39.60
RE: Oasis.
Today 16:04
Great news, really simple, but everyone who has ever moaned on this site, should use this as an opportunity to vote as the AGM

https://www.premierfoods.co.uk/getattachment/investors/shareholder-centre/2018-Form-of-Proxy.PDF.aspx
bistolover
Posts: 543
Opinion:No Opinion
Price:39.70
RE: excellent news
Today 15:53
about time. how many others will vote to sack darby as well, will nissin follow them.
Thecountofmc
Posts: 109
Premium Chat Member
Opinion:No Opinion
Price:39.70
Oasis.
Today 15:52
Here here !! About time.
bistolover
Posts: 543
Opinion:No Opinion
Price:39.70
excellent news
Today 15:51
The Board of Premier Foods plc ("the Company") has been made aware that Oasis Management Company Ltd ("Oasis"), based in Hong Kong, intends to vote against the re-election of Gavin Darby as Chief Executive Officer at the Company's AGM on 18 July 2018 and may encourage others to do the same. The Board strongly believes that Gavin Darby is the best person to lead the Company and to execute the Board's strategy. Having regard to the best interests of the Company's shareholders as a whole and its other stakeholders, the Board unanimously recommends that shareholders vote in favour of Gavin Darby's re-election as the Chief Executive Officer at the Company's AGM and will communicate further in due course.
2reincarnated
Posts: 3,371
Opinion:No Opinion
Price:39.80
stakebuilding
Wed 18:40
is there any going on? can you ''stakebuild'' with the volumes we are getting? if so it is at a ''snails pace'' Perhaps PSG may build to 10% like Oasis did below 40p.
Trent700
Posts: 394
Opinion:No Opinion
Price:39.65
RE: Trent
Wed 11:50
Yes, you are right. I was in PFD a few years ago and wasn't particularly too concerned about where the sp was throughout all the time I held them. I followed the sp all the way down to 3p each (if anyone else remembers that).

Why did I do that? Because I liked the company and enjoyed buying and eating it's products. I still do. I wasn't too bothered about them only being at 3p, 10p each and so on, as I was hoping to see improvement in how the company was being managed and also hoping to see even a very small divi, but after 5 years of waiting and nothing coming back, my patience wore a little thin and I moved on.

Don't get me wrong, I am still quite fond of pfd and her brands, and I would say that if there was an rns tomorrow saying that they've got themselves in a good financial position, enough to start paying half a pence divvi I'd be back in here in an instant, and I'd be happy to pay whatever the increased so would be.

Kind regards,

Trent.
3cardbrag
Posts: 3,349
Opinion:No Opinion
Price:39.60
Trent
Tue 11:32
All true but nobody, not even your last category, invests just for something to do. They all hope at some point to make a profit, be it through divs, trading or long term investment, none of which seems likely in the near future.
Trent700
Posts: 394
Opinion:No Opinion
Price:39.90
RE: what will move the SP?
Tue 10:33
A higher sp isn't the be all & end all for this or any share, unless of course you are hoping to sell for a profit.

Again, nothing wrong with that, if that is your game of choice.

It's all about the strategy you choose to follow when buying shares. Some like to trade the swings, others like to invest for the divvis, and some buy in simply because they like the company.

Just an observation, or course.
bistolover
Posts: 543
Opinion:No Opinion
Price:40.00
RE: what will move the SP?
Mon 22:15
will only move up when we got new management to replace this discredited useless lot. Premier is always a quarterly result away from the next potential disaster.
HarryCaul
Posts: 31
Premium Chat Member
Opinion:No Opinion
Price:40.00
RE: what will move the SP?
Mon 20:36
It would appear that there are still sellers holding it back at these levels?
H-hi
Posts: 3,082
Opinion:No Opinion
Price:40.00
RE: what will move the SP?
Mon 16:58
We need our biggest investors to get vocal, I think GD and the gang are under zero pressure to boost sp.
2reincarnated
Posts: 3,371
Opinion:No Opinion
Price:39.65
what will move the SP?
Mon 15:23
Think if PSG build up a bigger stake and ''join forces with Oasis'' they could push Nissin into building up their stake.
If Nissin have to go close to 29.9%, there is no reason why the SP will not be more than 65p.
2reincarnated
Posts: 3,371
Opinion:No Opinion
Price:39.65
SP going nowhere
Mon 15:20
Sustained growth needed at Premier Foods, says Shore Capital
Premier Foods (PFD) may have reported stronger than expected full-year results but Shore Capital said the company is yet to deliver sustained growth.

Analyst Darren Shirley retained his ‘hold’ recommendation on the stock, which traded up 0.6%, or 0.3p, at 39.9p.

He increased his medium-term forecasts for the group, which has benefited from cold weather, Easter timing, and a good Australian pipeline, which is all supported by ‘strengthening delivery on its strategic growth priorities’.

‘While our confidence in growth has increased, Premier has yet to demonstrate the sustained growth on growth in sales which would be required for us to review our current neutral recommendation,’ said Shirley.
Reubenjames
Posts: 242
Opinion:No Opinion
Price:39.70
RE: GOD HELP US!!!
13 Jun '18
Coming next, Paul Hollywood Frozen Custard Tarts, should be in the shops by November !!!!!!!
Trent700
Posts: 394
Opinion:No Opinion
Price:39.75
RE: GOD HELP US!!!
13 Jun '18
Interesting you should mention that. I often go to Kalamaki in Greece and seen cup a soups in the supermarkets & thought to myself "Who on earth wants bloody soup in this heat"? Surely they can't sell much dehydrated soup when it's blazing hot. Branson pickle is one thing for sarnies for those that go for room only or self catering is one thing but that said surely it makes more sense to market something you have a reasonable chance you can sell on in that kind of environment makes more sense practically such as cakes, etc. I'd love to find a Mr Kipling Apple pie there myself, but that's just me.
2reincarnated
Posts: 3,371
Opinion:No Opinion
Price:39.25
big late buy
12 Jun '18
was it driven lower to fill the order for who?
H-hi
Posts: 3,082
Opinion:No Opinion
Price:39.25
RE: GOD HELP US!!!
12 Jun '18
ReubenJ,

How about “custard to go”.......the mad guy wasted money on “cake to go”. When was mrkipling never a cake to go? The bastard could have gone for frozen yoghurt / fat free yoghurt version too but nope........he went for frozen custard then paid Nissin to do a pot noodle copy at a higher price than the original pot noodles. I can’t think of a dumber CEO.......do I believe he’s selling cakes to Australia, no!
Reubenjames
Posts: 242
Opinion:No Opinion
Price:39.25
RE: GOD HELP US!!!
12 Jun '18
Frozen Custard will be flying from the freezer section, all is not lost !!!!!!!
Expattwo
Posts: 86
Opinion:No Opinion
Price:39.85
MANY A TRUE
12 Jun '18
Word said in jest, oldtimer.
oldtimer
Posts: 5,212
Opinion:No Opinion
Price:39.95
Oh No
12 Jun '18
Now you have posted that article GD will see it and think , great I can use that on the next results if they are not as expected. My investors are already expecting it.
H-hi
Posts: 3,082
Opinion:No Opinion
Price:39.85
RE: GOD HELP US!!!
12 Jun '18
Barbecue season should be good for condiments..........gravy and sauces should do well. GD is very incompetent and should plan for all seasons instead of blaming the weather.




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