Premier Foods PLC (PFD)

119.07
+0.20(+0.17%)
  • Volume:
    324,859
  • Bid/Ask:
    118.80/119.20
  • Day's Range:
    115.00 - 119.80

PFD Overview

Prev. Close
118.8
Day's Range
115-119.8
Revenue
947M
Open
115
52 wk Range
85.3-127
EPS
0.12
Volume
324,859
Market Cap
1.02B
Dividend (Yield)
1.00
(0.85%)
Average Volume (3m)
1,486,295
P/E Ratio
9.74
Beta
1.25
1-Year Change
33.48%
Shares Outstanding
858,190,477
Next Earnings Date
16 Nov 2021
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Premier Foods PLC Company Profile

Premier Foods PLC Company Profile

Premier Foods plc is a food company. The Company is engaged in the manufacture and distribution of branded and own label food and beverage products. The Company's segments include Grocery, Sweet Treats and International. The Grocery segment primarily sells savory ambient food products. The Sweet Treats segment sells sweet ambient food products. The International segment has been aggregated within the Grocery segment for reporting purposes. The Company offers a range of brands, such as Ambrosia, Bisto, OXO, Paxo, Sharwood's, Loyd Grossman, Homepride, Batchelors, Smash, Bird's, Paul Hollywood, Marvel and Angel Delight. Its Grocery strategic business unit (SBU) includes cooking sauces and accompaniments, flavors and seasonings, Quick meals and soups, and ambient desserts. Its Sweet Treats SBU includes the Company's cake brands, such as Mr. Kipling, Cadbury and Lyons. Its International SBU is focused on new markets across the world.

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  • I can say from a trader perspective , their customer service ********at best,
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    • It's worth a small punt.
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      • Is there any hope for revocery or is PFD looking at an bancrupcy? with operating cashflow turning negative this year and a constantly eroding equity base. What would need to hapend for PFD to turnaround? Anyone out there with views or oppinions? Thx Tom
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        • It's worth a small punt.
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