Share Name Share Symbol Market Type Share ISIN Share Description
Churchill China LSE:CHH London Ordinary Share GB0001961035 ORD 10P
  Price Change % Change Share Price Bid Price Offer Price High Price Low Price Open Price Shares Traded Last Trade
  +0.00p +0.00% 855.00p 835.00p 875.00p 855.00p 855.00p 855.00p 6,080.00 07:36:23
Industry Sector Turnover (m) Profit (m) EPS - Basic PE Ratio Market Cap (m)
Household Goods & Home Construction 46.8 5.0 37.3 22.9 93.67

Churchill China Share Discussion Threads

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DateSubjectAuthorDiscuss
11/11/2016
16:55
Hello anyone! The spread has narrowed. It has been as wide as the Rio Grande!
eggbaconandbubble
07/10/2016
13:03
The drop in sterling is certainly going to be good for export turnover and profitability.
eggbaconandbubble
06/9/2016
11:56
Breakout to 950p?
eggbaconandbubble
27/8/2015
06:26
Interims - Still 'chugging along'!
eggbaconandbubble
31/5/2015
13:25
This is a popular financial news item right now due to the results and it being a largely unnoticed company that has chugged along nicely for years. To buy in looks like a good thing to do for a stable tuck-away and non-worry holding, but not until the price falls back after recent euphoria. It's been stable for years, so a wait longer won't hurt, and should produce a lower entry price in a while.
andrewbaker
13/1/2015
09:17
Plus, unlike Portmeirion they don't manufacture in China and are not effected by this EU embargo. Am I right?
eggbaconandbubble
13/1/2015
08:55
The results should be good because the $ strength v the £. which if I remember was CHH's grievance at the interims last year (i.e. at that time a weak $) Haven't got copy of the Sunday Mail anymore but when I read it, it seemed to be pretty much 'on the nail'.
eggbaconandbubble
12/1/2015
09:24
Thank you ch4p_85, I wondered why there was a gap up this morning. Mention in Mail must be on the back of the impressive trading update from last week?
interceptor2
11/1/2015
13:51
Mention in daily mail today. Wakey wakey
ch4p_85
24/3/2014
09:53
Result coming soon , early move today ?
jaws6
10/1/2014
13:55
6 years between posts! now that IS a quiet board. And then 2 posts in one day! The villagers will be talking about it for years to come.... never thought I would be making money in the 21st century from a company making china
malcontent
10/1/2014
07:49
A bit unloved this share? Nice RNS today though
tradermel
11/7/2008
16:39
I hear the sound of breaking China.
hvs
01/4/2008
10:10
This looks a bit less healthy though... "PROSPECTS Despite the economic downturn in the UK and USA we believe that with a strong balance sheet and robust business plan, Churchill is capable of achieving its objectives for the full year. Demand has been weaker in the first quarter of 2008 when compared to the corresponding period of 2007 which was characterised by a number of significant installation sales to the Hospitality sector, although repeat sales to established customers are performing to expectations. As a result it is unlikely that gross revenue and profits for the first half of 2008 will reach the exceptional levels achieved last year. We have several opportunities to grow our revenues across a number of markets in both our businesses. We are actively pursuing projects aimed at increasing near term sales and broadening both our distribution and product range." Of course, just about every company is mentioning economic conditions in their outlook statements at present, but lower demand in the first quarter is real (and unwelcome) news rather than just speculation about the future. Gengulphus
gengulphus
01/4/2008
07:18
These look good to me. mct ----- Chairman's Statement I am delighted to report that 2007 proved to be an excellent year for Churchill, exceeding our expectations, with strong growth in profitability, exceptionally strong cash flows and encouraging activity levels in both our hospitality and retail businesses. This result reflects the successful implementation of key strategies to deliver attractive product ranges backed by specific new product development, high service levels and tight management of our cost base. This was against a backdrop of healthy customer demand in a number of geographical markets especially in the UK. FINANCIAL REVIEW Group revenues rose by £1.0m to £46.9m (2006: £45.9m) reflecting good growth in many key Hospitality accounts adjusted by lower levels of retail contract business and higher rebates to certain customers. Group operating profit before exceptional items increased by 15% to £3.2m (2006: £2.8m) and our profit before exceptional items and taxation improved by over 30% to £4.0m (2006: £3.1m). The results also include an exceptional profit of £0.8m relating to the disposal of surplus land at Marlborough in December 2007. In 2006, net exceptional profits totalled £2.7m. Profit after exceptional items, but before taxation, was £4.8m (2006: £5.7m). Adjusted earnings per share have increased by 30% to 26.5p (2006: 20.5p). Basic earnings per share, including exceptional items, were 33.8p (2006: 37.7p) Overall cash balances rose by £5.0m to £11.4m (2006 £6.4m) and accounted for over one third of year end net assets of £29.7m. DIVIDEND In the light of the strong overall performance of the business the Board is pleased to recommend a 13% increase in the final dividend to 9.2p per share. Together with the increased interim dividend paid in October this gives a total dividend declared in respect of 2007 of 13.7p an increase of 14% on the corresponding figure for 2006. We will continue to manage our dividend policy to deliver progressive, long term, shareholder value creation. In 2007 taking into account capital growth and uplifted dividends, our Total Return to Shareholders in the year was 25%, in line with the average achieved over the last five years.
mctmct
14/1/2008
07:12
Churchill China said it expects its full-year pretax profit to beat market estimates, thanks to a good performance in the fourth quarter. In a trading update for the year to December 31st, the ceramic household products maker said its retail division's revenues should come in lower than 2006 levels but margins have improved. It attributed the better margins to more middle market customers, adding sales of licensed products have beat its expectations. The hospitality division's revenues and profits continued to grow well, Churchill China said, underpinned by a high level of repeat business. The company's annual results will include the �1.1m gross proceeds from the sale of surplus land as an exceptional item.
thumbs
11/9/2007
10:04
Still on the up.
mctmct
12/7/2007
21:54
They've been in the last few days of August for the last five years, so that's when I'll be looking out for them. Gengulphus
gengulphus
12/7/2007
17:37
Any idea when interims are due?
rogerbridge
18/5/2007
17:43
Made first purchase a couple of days ago.Looks a good investment.
rogerbridge
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