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Share Price: 6.25Bid: 6.00Ask: 6.50Change: 0.00 (0.00%)No Movement on Asian Citrus
Spread: 0.50Spread as %: 8.33%Open: 6.125High: 6.25Low: 6.125Yesterday’s Close: 6.25


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Tils
Posts: 62
Observation
Opinion:No Opinion
Price:34.00
Results
21 Sep '12
lets see how many sells today.
 
pablo2
Posts: 5,910
Off Topic
Opinion:No Opinion
Price:33.50
Results
21 Sep '12
Get in there Tony Tong - excellent.
jange
Posts: 25,517
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Opinion:No Opinion
Price:33.50
achl
20 Sep '12
Shares in orange tree plantation operator Asian Citrus have risen more than one-tenth ahead of Friday's full-year results.

That will be some consolation to long-suffering shareholders who have seen the share price slide from the high eighties to the low twenties as doubts persist that the company may be over-stating its assets, a concern emanating from a single story run by the sort of magazine normally found near the check-out counter in supermarkets.

Seymour Pierce thinks Friday's results will show a strong advance in revenues, up 22% to RMB.1,725m. "The increase is driven by a full year revenue contribution from the fruit processing business, BPG, compared with just 7 months in FY11A [fiscal 2011, actual) and the 12.2% increase in orange production," the broker said.

"The trading update on July 25th guided to net profit (pre- revaluation of biological assets) being higher than FY11A but not significantly so due to the impact of heavy rainfall in the final quarter of the year necessitating the usage of a higher volume of pesticides and fertilisers to protect the crops," the broker added.

"If there was no increase in net profits, FY12E [fiscal 2012, estimated] EPS pearnings per share] would be RMB0.46, down -13.9% YOY [year-on-year] due to the share dilution from the BPG acquisition," Seymour Pierce continued.

"We would expect management to provide an update on the operations and the impact of continued heavy rain through July and August on the FY13 figures. The actual impact on the winter harvest revenues will not be known until ACHL [Asian Citrus] updates the market on the winter crop and it's pricing in early November," Seymour Pierce analyst Sue Munden said.
kidwin
Posts: 308
Observation
Opinion:Buy
Price:33.50
ACHL
20 Sep '12
Seymour Pierce cuts Asian Citrus price target to 50p from 65p; rating buy

Target price should come soon after a good summers harvest, in my humble O:)
kidwin
Posts: 308
Observation
Opinion:Buy
Price:33.50
Acquisition to boost top line
20 Sep '12
Shares in orange tree plantation operator Asian Citrus have risen more than one-tenth ahead of Friday's full-year results.

That will be some consolation to long-suffering shareholders who have seen the share price slide from the high eighties to the low twenties as doubts persist that the company may be over-stating its assets, a concern emanating from a single story run by the sort of magazine normally found near the check-out counter in supermarkets.

Seymour Pierce thinks Friday's results will show a strong advance in revenues, up 22% to RMB.1,725m. "The increase is driven by a full year revenue contribution from the fruit processing business, BPG, compared with just 7 months in FY11A [fiscal 2011, actual) and the 12.2% increase in orange production," the broker said.

"The trading update on July 25th guided to net profit (pre- revaluation of biological assets) being higher than FY11A but not significantly so due to the impact of heavy rainfall in the final quarter of the year necessitating the usage of a higher volume of pesticides and fertilisers to protect the crops," the broker added.

"If there was no increase in net profits, FY12E [fiscal 2012, estimated] EPS pearnings per share] would be RMB0.46, down -13.9% YOY [year-on-year] due to the share dilution from the BPG acquisition," Seymour Pierce continued.

"We would expect management to provide an update on the operations and the impact of continued heavy rain through July and August on the FY13 figures. The actual impact on the winter harvest revenues will not be known until ACHL [Asian Citrus] updates the market on the winter crop and it’s pricing in early November," Seymour Pierce analyst Sue Munden said.
cautioussid
Posts: 14,171
Premium Chat Member
Off Topic
Opinion:No Opinion
Price:33.75
nice
20 Sep '12
to see share price start to rise again ,still well down from 80p, every rise helps
pablo2
Posts: 5,910
Off Topic
Opinion:No Opinion
Price:34.00
Final Results
20 Sep '12
tomorrow - fingers crossed.
cautioussid
Posts: 14,171
Premium Chat Member
Off Topic
Opinion:No Opinion
Price:30.75
nice
14 Sep '12
to see the buys share price still well down
silverknight
Posts: 274
Off Topic
Opinion:No Opinion
Price:29.00
Value
11 Sep '12
Very tempted to have a run at this one. All the stats make it look a real bargain. Something niggles at the back of my mind though. Can't help thinking of Polly Peck. Probably nothing .
ericeric
Posts: 2,546
Premium Chat Member
Answer
Opinion:No Opinion
Price:28.25
Results are 21st Sept
11 Sep '12
21st September





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