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|Charterhouse Communications Daily Update: Charterhouse Communications is listed in the Media sector of the London Stock Exchange with ticker CHO. The last closing price for Charterhouse Communications was 0.70p.|
Charterhouse Communications has a 4 week average price of - and a 12 week average price of -.
The 1 year high share price is - while the 1 year low share price is currently -.
There are currently 294,762,143 shares in issue and the average daily traded volume is 0 shares. The market capitalisation of Charterhouse Communications is £2,063,335.
|charmer1_23: On the move again, recent director buys underpinning the share price. Maybe a change in trading fortunes or something which is not in the public domain yet IMHO. ;--))|
But seen this a dozen times in the last couple of months...waht's new this time ? There's no volume (yet) to support it....is it just MMs toying with the share price to see if anyone bites (again).....?|
|thinkbig?: To all
Just like to say the man in the white van says allegedly, that it should be a MBO Geoffrey Gamble has 9.15 pct of the company and ISIS has13 pct. He feels that the company is well undervalued and that the share price has been going nowhere on the market, and he feels that if it went Private that in a couple of years that he could make a lot of money.(last results shown 600,000 profit were as year before they made a loss of 300,000 so that gives you a turn round off nearly 1 million pounds profit and its only capped at £5 mil) There was talk I few months a go hence the sharp mark up in price to 7p-8p would think take out price would be round about 10p that would give 100% premium. Will ring the company again and see what reply a get to some of these rumours . Plus it does not take much for this to move.|
|thinkbig?: Meaning the share price has done nothing over the past year if people at the company were doing there job the share price would be a lot higher but its not.|
|badabing: Wow, that must have been a really exciting and interesting meeting then......is that it ? At least the share price is up a bit today.|
|tiredoldbroker: Lord Lukan - I'm no expert on tele-voting platforms and SMS, but since you ask, I think itu looks ok if you want some exposure to that sector. Has a calendar year end and 3 different brokers all say that after losses this year, it will move into profit in 2004. I have 2 small worries: first, that the shares are already up from about 14p to over 30p, so maybe the best of it is behind us, and second that tv viewers and consumers generally are very fickle, and might get bored with some itu products - but then, they'll probably have something new ready for launch.
The fact remains, for itu, cho or anything else, there are only 3 things which support a share price: assets per share, if its an investment company of some kind, or a company effectively liquidating itself; earnings per share, if its an ongoing trading business; and ramping, if its a small cap stock with little else in its favour. But both assets and earnings can support a share price indefinitely; a ramp is only going to be of limited duration.
In the case of cho, I can't see assets or prospective earnings to support any of the wild claims about where the share price is going.|
|kouneli stifado: ISA SALES ARE ROCKING AND ROLLING IN AN OPERATIONALLY GEARED BIZ WHICH HAS CUT COSTS
MARKET CAP ONLY 5M NOT TOO MANY SHARES AROUND MAKES FOR EXPLOSIVE SHARE PRICE PERFORMANCE
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