Share Name Share Symbol Market Type Share ISIN Share Description
Chamberlin LSE:CMH London Ordinary Share GB0001870228 ORD 25P
  Price Change % Change Share Price Bid Price Offer Price High Price Low Price Open Price Shares Traded Last Trade
  +0.00p +0.00% 67.00p 64.00p 70.00p 67.00p 67.00p 67.00p 0 08:00:00
Industry Sector Turnover (m) Profit (m) EPS - Basic PE Ratio Market Cap (m)
Industrial Engineering 35.0 -0.2 -3.3 - 5.33

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06/12/201708:57Chamberlin, for recovery. Director buying635
07/1/201110:24Forging ahead!35
31/8/200421:46Why the price fall?7
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16/12/2017
08:20
Chamberlin Daily Update: Chamberlin is listed in the Industrial Engineering sector of the London Stock Exchange with ticker CMH. The last closing price for Chamberlin was 67p.
Chamberlin has a 4 week average price of 58.50p and a 12 week average price of 58.50p.
The 1 year high share price is 177.50p while the 1 year low share price is currently 58.50p.
There are currently 7,958,126 shares in issue and the average daily traded volume is 695 shares. The market capitalisation of Chamberlin is £5,331,944.42.
19/10/2017
08:46
asagi: I'm a shareholder myself here also 2realist. I thought kwackerh2's post added some welcome balance. The contracts that the CEO went out and won should have been company changing. Hence the share price action of the last 12 months. But they have stumbled on delivery. So that jury is back out again. Asagi (long CMH)
19/10/2017
07:58
2realist: Time will tell but whoever is the CEO the fundamentals are difficult, the company overgeared and borrowing more to climb out of the problem. And the pension deficit is massive - so the old share price you refer to didn’t look backed by fundamentals. Are you from the company’a PR?
18/10/2017
20:48
kwackerh2: The business has invested £5m in a state of the art machine shop and it hasnt hit the ground running leading to a delay in payback. The issues are being sorted and the fundamentals of this business are no different now to what they were six months ago when the share price was double its present level. The directors are overpaid and thats the case in almost every business I look at and it seems to be the way of the world these days. The CEO inherited a business that had been run aground and was in a mess. The previous CEO paid dividends when the business was on its knees and his head was in the sand. Nolan has made big calls and done all of the right things to reposition the business for long term growth and expansion by logical progression into machining and investing heavily to secure a future for a business which didnt have one when he arrived.
05/10/2017
07:13
redartbmud: The current management is light years in front of the previous incumbents, whose strategy ran the business into the ground. They have sorted out the production side, but the balance sheet does not make pretty reading. This does place a drag on the share price, and the ability to return to the dividend list in the near term. The potential is there for a turn round. Look at the list of disclosable shareholdings.
27/9/2017
21:19
kwackerh2: I think that any bad news is already priced in at current levels and the lack of clarification from the board about trading is unacceptable given the major decline in share price. Its difficult to predict where the stock goes from here although the order books are full and the fundamentals still appear sound. The restructuring and investment has all been done with a long term focus on removal of non profitable operations and the expansion of the core business into supply of fully machined parts as opposed to the raw casting thus increasing the margin and the customer offer considerably. I first bought this stock at 47p during the " crunch " when everyone thought it was a basket case. The fundamentals were terrible and the order book was dry. I sold at 127p a few years later and then bought back around 70p when it dipped. I will be watching closely and see the business as having excellent prospects when the dust settles and revenues increase considerably.
27/7/2017
09:33
paleje: MRF, why? 3i had this to say about them the days after the AGM:- Chamberlin (CMH) Foundries operator Chamberlin published complicated full-year figures because of all the one-off and exceptional charges and the difficulty in matching the figures to the forecast in the market. Last year was always going to be one where the decks would be cleared to ensure a new year unencumbered by write-offs. This year, the turbo charger castings contracts that have already been announced will start to contribute. There are high barriers to entry and the weakening of sterling has provided an additional boost because the majority of sales are exported. The closure of the Leicester foundry enables Chamberlin to focus on its core activities and the business can ride the cyclical upturn. The new machining facility has opened in Walsall and production is building up. This makes Chamberlin the only fully integrated supplier of grey iron bearing housings in Europe. An underlying pre-tax profit of around £2 million is forecast for 2017-18, and profit could rise to £2.5 million the following year. Despite the large rise in the share price the 2017-18 prospective multiple is eight. Given the additional potential as demand builds up for turbo charger castings, and the investment in the machining facility pays back, this is a modest rating. Thomas Charlton has taken his stake above 3% and he obviously appreciates that the shares are undervalued.
24/4/2017
07:45
redartbmud: So pleased for the management, but with little prospect of a dividend anytime soon and a PE of 28 aren't we in bubble territory with the share price?
07/3/2017
22:09
coolen: Could this be the first year for a decade (or more!) that Chamberlin has avoided a banana skin? I've held both Chamberlin and Castings for many years. Would love too see a share price chart comparing the two.
19/5/2015
14:33
my retirement fund: Thanks hasting interesting article. So going by that forecast underlying EPS growth from 7.2 to 11p is 50% PEG here is way below 1, the share price is going to have to rise somewhat.
13/3/2014
20:08
coolen: I suggest they ask a few of its institutional holders whether they might put up some more cash. Perhaps a convertible pref ? Won't help the share price, but this company is so accident-prone it needs every cushion it can find.
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