Share Name Share Symbol Market Type Share ISIN Share Description
Carillion Plc LSE:CLLN London Ordinary Share GB0007365546 ORD 50P
  Price Change % Change Share Price Bid Price Offer Price High Price Low Price Open Price Shares Traded Last Trade
  +3.50p +1.39% 256.10p 255.40p 255.60p 258.50p 249.40p 249.90p 3,850,819.00 16:35:11
Industry Sector Turnover (m) Profit (m) EPS - Basic PE Ratio Market Cap (m)
Construction & Materials 4,586.9 155.1 30.9 8.3 1,101.88

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06/12/2016
12:44
On track to achieve full-year targets -- Strong revenue growth with operating profit in line with expectation That was last year - it made the share price "surge" from 305 to 320 then fell back to where it started within a day. This yr starting at about 255 , are we going to see the same story? It would seem a fair bet to me to buy now and look for an early sell for a quick 5%. But being CLLN it will probably drop back! Is it worth it for 5% or so? Not for me, as I have too many of these to start with.
wad collector
06/12/2016
10:00
Another decent rise today would be good going into tomorrow's update.
m4rtinu
05/12/2016
16:53
UBS up from below 4% to over 6% in two days' trading... Interesting. I am guessing they won't be loaning out their shares...
edmundshaw
02/12/2016
15:04
Fri chart "very interesting 13.00-13.30.
m4rtinu
28/11/2016
09:58
the debt + the pension deficit is probably the reason for the shorting of Carillion
rcturner2
28/11/2016
09:43
Cashpoint, net borrowing was given in the presentation of the last interims. It is in the last 2015 Annual Report too as £538.9 million.
edmundshaw
28/11/2016
07:55
Well said lab 305 couldn't agree more
linton5
27/11/2016
21:23
With regard to average borrowing and indications of what the real numbers are: FDs can be quite creative at times and as discussed end of year is often a targeet for sprucing things up. One way I use to check the number is to look at interest payments throughout the period t cross reference. Naturally if we have the total interest payments and a rough idea of interest rate charge we should get some consistency. Likewise when we see a heavy cash position there ought to be a nice net finance income from interst paid (although these days it can be rather negligible).
thorpematt
27/11/2016
11:31
Cashpo1nt I must be lucky the article just comes up when I search google. Just try this search:- carillion high borrowings prospects stockopedia
poacher45
26/11/2016
20:26
Thanks edmundshaw and poacher45 for your responses to my query. Sadly I couldn't find any mention of "average net borrowing" in any recent interims or finals( except Aug 16 HY), they all give net borrowing at a particular date with figures about 30 ish%, or less, of GBP 538 million. I'm a little concerned at the lack of detail and inconsistency in their RNS reports. Might these factors be behind the heavy shorting? PS I tried to find the Phil Oakley article but was denied access that address, only found general advice about reading balance sheets etc.
cashpo1nt
26/11/2016
13:51
Cashpo1nt try reading this report:- hxxps://www.sharescope.co.uk/philoakley_article89.jsp
poacher45
26/11/2016
13:47
Average net debt is the number to look at rather than the (frequently massaged) end of year position. Carillion are good with this, as they always give the average debt number, unlike some other companies. House builders typically have higher average debt in the spring, so the period end movement is not so surprising. Also in the presentation they stated "average net borrowing similar to 2015 full-year average, in line with expectations" So all in all, nothing to be concerned about, I would say.
edmundshaw
26/11/2016
09:45
I like Carillion's yield and order book but find the net borrowing figures anomalous and worrying, vis: 24/8/15 (Half Year) Net borrowing at 30/6/15 GBP 199.6 million (31 Dec 2015 GBP177.3 million) 3/3/16 (Finals)Net borrowing reduced to GBP 169.3 million 24/8/16 (Half Year)Average net borrowing similar to the 2015 full year average of GBP 538.9 million "in line with expectations" Can anyone explain this seemingly large discrepancy and put my mind at rest please?
cashpo1nt
24/11/2016
16:50
hxxps://uk.finance.yahoo.com/news/most-hated-stocks-uk-ditch-090255675.html Carillion's fundamentals are also relatively impressive. As a construction business, it's exposed to cyclical construction trends, and it looks as if short sellers are betting that the company will struggle if the UK's economic growth grinds to a halt as it negotiates its divorce from the EU. But with the government committed to extra infrastructure spending, and a number of big-ticket infrastructure projects recently announced, it doesn't look as if this scenario will end up playing out. What's more, shares in Carillion are cheap. Shares in the company trade at a forward P/E of 7.4 and yield 7.4%. Another company I wouldn't bet against.
haywards26
24/11/2016
09:52
This might be of interest from yesterday's AS: hTTps://www.constructionnews.co.uk/markets/sectors/infrastructure/6-things-we-learned-from-the-autumn-statement/10015096.article
m4rtinu
16/11/2016
07:48
http://www.standard.co.uk/news/london/google-to-create-new-london-headquarters-and-3000-jobs-at-kings-cross-a3396496.html https://www.architectsjournal.co.uk/news/google-presses-go-on-big/heatherwicks-600m-hq-at-kings-cross/10007606.article
mirandaj
15/11/2016
09:24
And linked to this: (Actually this is London, the other link is for work in the north of England) "14 April 2016 Transport for London (TfL) has today confirmed that it has now signed a contract with Arriva Rail London Limited as the new London Overground operator. The £1.5 billion contract will cover seven and a half years with an option to extend for up to two additional years. Arriva will take over from existing operator LOROL in November 2016, and will support TfL in delivering further improvements for customers on the already hugely popular network. These will include modernised stations and more frequent services, the first of which will be on the North London line. " I guess CLLN is the "modernised stations" bit.
m4rtinu
15/11/2016
08:02
Further to this probably: Dec 15 http://www.fm-world.co.uk/news/business-news/carillion-arrives-at-arriva/
mirandaj
15/11/2016
07:10
I see only myself recommending buy now. Apathy or what ? Come on people. BUY 1 50.00% And another good contract win yesterday . Carillion Wins Service Deal With Arriva For London Overground Stations 15 hours ago - LONDON (Alliance News) – Integrated services company Carillion PLC Monday said it has inked a new seven-and-a-half year contract with Arriva Rail London with a potential 22-month extension.
lab305
14/11/2016
17:34
Luckily bought in at 244 last week. Divi is excellent. Long term hold .
gswredland
10/11/2016
11:22
Being a long term holder here for the excellent divi and buying the lows it's good to see this rise today,,,,,,,,,CLLN has turned out to be a trading stock for many 'tho, happy to hold unless the story changes :-)
cheshire man
10/11/2016
11:22
Being a long term holder here for the excellent divi and buying the lows it's good to see this rise today,,,,,,,,,CLLN has turned out to be a trading stock for many 'tho, happy to hold unless the story changes :-)
cheshire man
10/11/2016
11:16
Surprised no one has spotted this beauty
ny boy
10/11/2016
08:07
Happy to hold these for the medium term and see how the share price goes and collect a decent yield, better than friggin 0.05% on offer in the banco
ny boy
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