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Share Price: 42.00Bid: 41.75Ask: 42.00Change: -1.50 (-3.45%)Faller - Prem Foods
Spread: 0.25Spread as %: 0.60%Open: 43.50High: 43.75Low: 41.25Yesterday’s Close: 43.50



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bonker99
Posts: 13,480
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Opinion:No Opinion
Price:59.25
Free
16 Apr '14
Logic says that if it can't beat 61 (doesn't have to be today but ....) then it has to go lower or sideway forever lol
 
freeshare
Posts: 2,569
Off Topic
Opinion:No Opinion
Price:59.50
Bonker
16 Apr '14
If it doesn't breach 61p??? A new low???
bonker99
Posts: 13,480
Off Topic
Opinion:No Opinion
Price:59.75
C'mon
16 Apr '14
bb, smack it back up from that 59p, there's a good girl ...

Freeshare: hopefully back to a quid+ from here mate but gotta beat 61p first ...
oldtimer
Posts: 2,110
Observation
Opinion:No Opinion
Price:59.75
queserasera
16 Apr '14
Good to see you back buddy, who are you anyway. we are all fickle on here and forget anyone that has sold out or not posted for at least 2 days. !!!!
David_
Posts: 322
Premium Chat Member
Off Topic
Opinion:Strong Buy
Price:59.75
Worth a punt
16 Apr '14
Stronger balance sheet, business restructured, clear defined strategy....this is looking like a good risk to reward ratio. If the business does manage to grow sales by 2% this year in a tough market,then a share price 50% higher than we are now is very realistic.
freeshare
Posts: 2,569
Off Topic
Opinion:No Opinion
Price:60.00
Bonkers
16 Apr '14
How do you see the shareprice moving? Must be bottom now????
queserasera
Posts: 1,625
Off Topic
Opinion:No Opinion
Price:60.25
Hi all
16 Apr '14
I am back in. Great price IMO.
bonker99
Posts: 13,480
Off Topic
Opinion:No Opinion
Price:60.50
Moral and SP
16 Apr '14
super low = buy imo ...
oldtimer
Posts: 2,110
Observation
Opinion:No Opinion
Price:60.00
PFD
16 Apr '14
Well we are seeing all the doomsters and de-rampers coming on here with their views
like GD has to turn the company around and make profits etc etc, all to drive the sp down.
But what GD does is turn round companies with financial problems which he has just demonstrated with pfd, he also did it with Cable & Wireless and then sold it off.
Now that pfd has been saved from going bust and is now set up financially for another 10 years I fully expect the next step to be announced within the next few months.
I wouldn’t be totally surprised to here PFD being sold off as a going concern for £1.50 a share to some company within the next 6-9 months. Now that would make good reading.
2reincarnated
Posts: 1,421
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Opinion:No Opinion
Price:60.00
only-blue-please
16 Apr '14
Thank you for your post. With all due respect, although your brother may work for PF and may have a feel for the morale. I feel the production side of PF is not an issue and quite simply nobody ''small'' has any impact on the SP. The SP is currently where it is because of the expected ''turbulence'' post right issue. The institution/large holders are running through the motions, when the ''dust settles'' the SP will either rise or stagnate. Do not think it will go near 50p.



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