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Fiberweb - bank 37% gain and sell

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- Tom Winnifrith

I recommended shares in Fiberweb (LSE: FWEB) in August 2009 at 60p as the market looked to have overly discounted the company’s debt burden given its cash generation and I thought its markets close to the bottom. The company has subsequently sold the majority of its ‘hygiene nonwovens’ business and resultantly now has a net cash position. The shares currently trade at 70p, giving a market cap of £121.5 million, and, including dividends of 12.4p, I would argue that I have delivered a fairly decent return (37%). However, with macro economic recovery set to be gradual and drawn-out, the outlook in the company’s international specialty industrial and construction materials businesses is, I would argue, pretty uncertain. As such, there look to be more attractive plays on similar ratings elsewhere and so it is time to sell and move on. Here is why.

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