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Recent ShareScene.com Radio Broadcast (12/07/2007 13:00:00):

PBP - 2008 Profit Guidance - Mr Wayne Stringer, CEO


N.B. ShareScene.com Radio can normally be accessed by the 'RADIO' link, top of every page.


ShareScene.com Radio delivers investor presentations from ASX listed companies. Keep up to date with the latest corporate dealings of the shares you follow. Hear news direct from the source. Listen to directors and investor relations mangers discuss their company, give investor updates and brief on current results. ShareScene.com Radio keeps you informed about company announcements and events, and provides you daily market wraps and industry discussions.


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A better quality result from PBP with good cashflow and a reduction in debt. So far, has been one of the better of the small-cap, industrial results that I've looked at. Might consider buying a few more. http://www.sharescene.com/html/emoticons/cool.gif
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In reply to: Lizard on Wednesday 20/02/08 08:25pm

Nice FY result for PBP and forecast for at least 20% growth in NPAT during coming year. P/E of 10.8 and forward P/E max 8.9 on current price of $1.40.


Overall a tidy result, although growth in inventory is on the high side for perishables. Cashflow is acceptable and debt levels look manageable against EBITDA.


I reckon they should be worth at least $1.95 on this result.

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In reply to: Lizard on Wednesday 20/08/08 05:36pm

Yes, solid result and in better times would have warranted a rise in the SP.

No mention of the legal situation. Wonder where we're at with that?





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In reply to: macduffy on Wednesday 20/08/08 07:52pm

Result only came out after close, so let's see what happens tomorrow.


Haven't spotted any clues in there regarding the legal action, so guess that means no further news at this point.


Given the debt level, it is probably worth being familiar with the covenants given on page 18 of pdf - most are okay, but current ratio not so good.

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