Share Name Share Symbol Market Type Share ISIN Share Description
Camellia LSE:CAM London Ordinary Share GB0001667087 ORD 10P
  Price Change % Change Share Price Bid Price Offer Price High Price Low Price Open Price Shares Traded Last Trade
  -15.00p -0.16% 9,500.00p 9,450.00p 9,550.00p 9,575.00p 9,500.00p 9,500.00p 768.00 16:35:16
Industry Sector Turnover (m) Profit (m) EPS - Basic PE Ratio Market Cap (m)
General Financial 257.8 40.5 450.7 21.1 262.88

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11/11/201607:54CAMELLIA the share price should be in Ј's.156.00
23/11/201406:23 #CameronMustGo trending on Twitter tonight3.00
21/10/201011:45Cam , an undervalued stock with real assets12.00
22/8/200808:25Cornhill Asset Management1.00
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05/12/2016 17:23:549,500.0025023,750.00O
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05/12/2016 16:01:439,458.24656,147.86O
05/12/2016 15:49:289,550.00181,719.00AT
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05/12/2016
08:20
Camellia Daily Update: Camellia is listed in the General Financial sector of the London Stock Exchange with ticker CAM. The last closing price for Camellia was 9,515p.
Camellia has a 4 week average price of 8,985.68p and a 12 week average price of 8,585.43p.
The 1 year high share price is 9,797p while the 1 year low share price is currently 7,300p.
There are currently 2,767,200 shares in issue and the average daily traded volume is 1,333 shares. The market capitalisation of Camellia is £262,884,000.
15/4/2016
14:11
crumppot: Why has the share price fallen so much?
24/11/2010
16:34
crumppot: Share price falling a little. Has anyone any thoughts on Camellia??
29/10/2010
15:08
crumppot: share price increased a lot recently. Near all time high.
21/10/2010
11:45
crumppot: Nice to see the recent share price increase. any thoughts on this one?
26/11/2007
15:58
crumppot: this company is undervalued. the problem is working out what it is really worth. their major shareholder g fox wants them to be valued at a low price so that they can keep buying in shares themselves. alcatel the belgian pension scheme has realised this and bought in substantial amounts of shares. i have been a holder for a long time as i think that at some point the share price will more accurately reflect what the co is really worth. camellia tries and keep a very low profile. their head office itself is a mansion and has fantastic picture collection of mainly french impressionists - worth millions i would estimate. all of it undervalued as they are not using the IFRS method. whenever they sell assets they always seem to make large profits as they are in the books at historical cost rather than market/fair value.
08/6/2007
14:24
crumppot: This company does its best to hide its assets. I like the way they cannot give an indication of the next 6 months - ridiculous. They make an enormous profit on the sale of an asset, how many others do they have like this? They do not revlaue any of their assets on a yearly basis as other companies do. Apparently their headquarters building is a very palatial country house - worth millions. It is proably on their balance sheet at next to nothing. The majority shareholder Fox wants to keep the share price down so he is not noticed.
15/11/2005
12:12
washbrook: Been away from the boards for nearly a year noticed at last they have corrected the share price. I sent them emails for over a year and nothing was done.
05/12/2003
07:16
washbrook: Timbra correct share price is£43.5 not 43.5p as shown by advfn. CAP=£112.9m shares in issue 2.6m
09/10/2003
19:39
timbra: I really don't understand this. A market cap of £1million, pre tax profits of £2million. Share price of 35p, and a dividend of 20p that goes ex div this month. Whats the catch? Surely its worth buying just for the dividend?
26/7/2001
09:58
johnmfrancis: Many small investors personal fortunes will have been decimated during the last year for a whole variety of reasons. Even with level 2 information I feel a whole lot of information is witheld from investors which if they had known about they would not have taken that buy/sell/hold decision. For example how many times have you been amazed to see say a 20:1 buy/sell ratio and the price not move. Only to see several days later a huge late reported (protected trade) sell ? I think it is time for all of us to put together a campaign for more freedom of information to put to the LSE for consideration. All rules and regulations need revising and updating from time to time and I feel that with the advent of the internet and much trading and information sharing and trading taking place via it during recent years then these regulations ought to be more frequently addressed. Please could everyone post their ideas on how the LSE could be improved for everyone so say these can be presented for consideration. I certainly believe the recent rule making it an offence to knowingly post false information on BBS was a step in the right direction. A few of my "radical" ideas are as follows 1.What I and many otheres would like to see is a type of level 2 info whereby all MMS current stock levels and order books are public information so we can all see fair play. There should be no late trade reporting - all trades without exception should be reported immediatley. If a trade is a short it should be reported as such also. All trades and orders of a certain size should have the identity of the buyer/seller published and the associated MM.To prevent the existance of a behind the scenes grey market IE a behind the scenes agreements between MArket maker and CLient heavy regulation should be introduced. No one with any sense of fairness could surely object to this. What I am trying to say is that price should be soley determined by supply and demand and not shady behind the scenes deals. 2.Insider dealing should be heavily clamped down on. We need to see more proscutions for this and evidence that current rules are being rigourously applied. 3.The recent Redstone fiasco should be thoroghly investigated, If it is indeed true that a Market Maker has (or colluded with other MMS) to create a false market IE going short of many millions of shares so other branches of the same firm can get the shares for next to nothing then this sort of activity should be made illegal (against LSE rules) and be punishable by a heavy fine and the MMS made to reverse all relevant trades. Drastic share price collapses in similar situations should also be followed up and investigated for evidence of similar activity. 4.The LSE should issue monthly news bulletins summarising regulatory activity that is going on the detail of which should be public info. This should include how we as a community of private investors can take steps to request a change in the rules. Once all ideas are collated perhaps we can have a volunteer to out these all into an official letter to the LSE. Perhaps we can also get the various financial press interested in publishing such a letter. We would also like an official reaction and explanation to all points raised. Come on you lot all ideas encouraged - it is for everyone's benefit who believes in fair play for all !!
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