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Premier Foods Share Chat (PFD)



Share Price: 39.50Bid: 0.00Ask: 0.00Change: 0.00 (0.00%)No Movement on Prem Foods
Spread: 0.00Spread as %: 0.00%Open: 40.50High: 0.00Low: 0.00Yesterday’s Close: 39.50


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arsenal58
Posts: 1,306
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Opinion:No Opinion
Price:39.50
RE: RNS
Today 07:34
This is the notification of the aggregate no. of shares in both companies since the merger!! No more no less
 
oldtimer
Posts: 4,010
Observation
Opinion:No Opinion
Price:39.00
RNS
Thu 15:03
Could this holdings for Standard life be the shares sold by M.L.
southcbubble
Posts: 2,026
Observation
Opinion:No Opinion
Price:39.25
RE: Quiet
Tue 17:03
I think we are heading to the low 30's, NISSIN on a loser with this share, perhaps they should get out now before PFD become worthless.

Come on NISSIN DO A DEAL WITH McCormick, you know it would make sense!
AndAnotherThing
Posts: 66
Off Topic
Opinion:No Opinion
Price:39.50
RE: Quiet
Sun 18:41
The Titanic is at the bottom of the sea....
mkwarriors
Posts: 2,277
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Opinion:No Opinion
Price:39.50
Quiet
Sun 17:50
Very quiet on here unless my lse us down
H-hi
Posts: 2,009
Off Topic
Opinion:No Opinion
Price:39.75
RB's food unit price
9 Aug '17
was 20x EBITDA, let's say PFD is rubbish but still should able to command between 6x - 10x EBITDA. The debt and pension deficit would be manageable by a bigger company with a better credit rating.
Stpag04
Posts: 20
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Opinion:No Opinion
Price:39.75
Same Old
9 Aug '17
Good to see pfd still doing well going in the wrong direction, good also to see the same names stirring the mix.
2reincarnated
Posts: 3,144
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Opinion:No Opinion
Price:39.75
I've made a discovery!!!!
9 Aug '17
i think I have discovered a company that is similar to PF in that it's main problem is debt burden and like PF carried on trading normally for quite a while before the debt caught up with it. PF was a pound share at one point before rights issues decimated it. Anyway this news basket case is the AA. If I can sell PF at a profit I would throw all my money into this one and this time I would TAKE PROFITS!!!
H-hi
Posts: 2,009
Off Topic
Opinion:No Opinion
Price:39.75
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RE: beever
9 Aug '17
Bisto,

It's simply "FRAUD" but there is nothing we can do as those bankers who get huge commissions from bond issues, right issues need companies like PFD. A food company like PFD should never rally too much or fall so hard because the business is straightforward. I run a business with zero debt, I don't get to pay myself if the company does not make profit and don't get paid when there is no cash. Why must fat cats get paid and given bonuses and shares for destroying value? The U.K government must step in to protect private shareholders against slow burning value destruction schemes.
bistolover
Posts: 418
Off Topic
Opinion:No Opinion
Price:39.75
RE: beever
9 Aug '17
H-hi

you missed the money given to investment banks in this period, which must be more than the current market cap




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