Share Name Share Symbol Market Type Share ISIN Share Description
Clear Leisure LSE:CLP London Ordinary Share GB00B50P5B53 ORD 0.25P
  Price Change % Change Share Price Bid Price Offer Price High Price Low Price Open Price Shares Traded Last Trade
  -0.05p -6.67% 0.70p 0.65p 0.75p 0.75p 0.675p 0.75p 1,004,305 10:59:52
Industry Sector Turnover (m) Profit (m) EPS - Basic PE Ratio Market Cap (m)
Nonequity Investment Instruments 0.0 -14.9 -5.9 - 2.00

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23/5/2017
09:20
Clear Leisure Daily Update: Clear Leisure is listed in the Nonequity Investment Instruments sector of the London Stock Exchange with ticker CLP. The last closing price for Clear Leisure was 0.75p.
Clear Leisure has a 4 week average price of 0.65p and a 12 week average price of 0.65p.
The 1 year high share price is 1.83p while the 1 year low share price is currently 0.55p.
There are currently 286,043,117 shares in issue and the average daily traded volume is 1,619,993 shares. The market capitalisation of Clear Leisure is £2,002,301.82.
17/5/2017
14:43
maxmarilli: AS posted on LSE.... CLP has a complicated balance sheet. If you have six months to spare you could go through the accounts for the past 6 years. Even then you would be hard pressed to find the answer you seek. BOD are working on a cunning plan that has been in the making since the new BOD were appointed in July 2015. Taking only the debt buy back from last September and last week the BOD have reduced debt by about £2,329,000. This is because last September reduced by £830K and last week by about £1,499,600 net after taking on board the additional loan from Eufingest. Then there is the saving over two years in the reduction in interest payments on our Euro Bond debt of about £655K. When you look at in the past 7 or 8 months the BOD have improved our situation by about £2,884,600 and our share price does not really move, why? The reason LTH are still here is because we have some excellent assets that the new BOD have said will all be sold for the benefit of all shareholders so as to leave a “Cash Shell” Company with available capital and tax losses of almost Euro 60 million or about £50 million and then the icing on the cake the BOD have legal claims of about Euro 55 million or £46 million. DYOR PS we have only 289,701,653 shares in issue not Billions.
10/5/2017
07:20
trickster1: without penalty and Eufingest may convert the Consolidated Loan into shares at the rate of 0.89p per share being a premium of 0.19p on the closing share price on 9 May 2017.
20/4/2017
13:08
brando69: gilt edged company. everything they do is top notch. share price and buying volume tells its own story
10/4/2017
15:54
yajnas01: i did not know... would love it if were true of course. so your comment was based on some rumour. any reason to believe the rumour then? or is it just wishful thinking. if it were true it is shocking how low the share price is then.
10/4/2017
15:01
yajnas01: brando69 - any reason for your comment? share price is down ...
25/3/2017
08:21
rkbeekeeper: Morning Longshanks That is unfortunate and if it irritates them so be it. The BOD have irritated Shareholders, not engaged with PI and think we will just sit back and let them do what they will do. Nobody every askes the BOD what sort of income the 10 Villas in Sardinia are producing (£0) Over past 5 weeks the volume of shares traded by my calculation and correcting errors in the reporting as best as possible and it is about 32.27 Million Buys to 18.77 million Sells or Buys 1.72 Million to 1 1 Million Sells and our Share Price stays the same, one little Sell and the MM drop the price, not being manipulated? RKB
21/3/2017
07:26
longshanks: Given that piece comes from maestro, that craven co-delusionist of yours, I have grave doubts as to its credibility.That notwithstanding, should it be correct that the share price did indeed drop to 0.2p before recovering to 2.2p, I am afraid I don't believe that really qualifies it as a true ten bagger. Having dropped from 132p then it makes it more a 0.02 bagger and the recovery from 0.2p was just a dead cat bounce: all be it a rather phenomenal bounce.
17/3/2017
15:09
rkbeekeeper: Clear Leisure Land in Sight The Mediapolis 10 part Post yesterday may have been too much for some of you to read it entirely so I will summarize. CLP own 84.04% of Mediapolis There is only one director on the Board of Mediapolis and they were appointed by the BOD of CLP on 30th March 2016. Note almost one year (this is significant) exactly two weeks before change of Director? Or time to explain what has happened in the past year? Mediapolis owns almost 50 hectares of land with ‘permission217; to build a Theme Park, Hotels, Commercial Centre and a Power Plant they also own 100% of 10 Holiday Villas in Sardinia. BOD had two offers for Mediapolis just over 3 years ago for Euro 20 Million in cash which Euro 7 Million to CLP and 13 Million to settle Mediapolis debts. Since then some of the debt has been restructured and reduced. The sale of Mediapolis for various legal reasons failed to complete and the main reason was basically that there were issues with the permissions given by the local council. There have been several court hearings, which are still ongoing, and CLP have a claim going through the courts for Euro 39.9 million. On 18th August 2014 the Government of Regione Piemonte issued a letter which confirmed it is in support of the Mediapolis project. Within the letter it confirms the rights of the building licence as well as the commercial rights owned by Mediapolis. The Board further advises that the Regione Piemonte also confirms its full administrative support to provide all the necessary documentation within the next 18 months. We have licences owned by Mediapolis which are confirmed by Regione Piemonte for 100,000 sqm for commercial use,30,000 sqm for hotels, 10,000 sqm for boutique shops, 5,000 sqm for logistics and 15,000 sqm for common areas. The time is long overdue when all the documentation should have been completed in fact we are one year over due. Now it has been two years since the Board engaged Avalon consulting to market the land and development rights for a cash price in the region of 22,000,000 or via an asset exchange for a liquid listed stock of an authorised real-estate fund in the region of 34,000,000. Just over 2 years ago we were informed that for Mediapolis the Profit before tax was 7,425,326 and shareholder equity net of all debt was 24,346,116. We also know from an RNS on 12th September 2016 (the day our share price spiked to 1.85p) that our BOD reiterated that the gross carrying value of the land owned by Mediapolis was 13,000,000 and the 10 villas in Sardinia was 5,100,000. Now has our BOD and our Director in Mediapolis anything to update shareholders regarding this Asset? Has the new company which was registered at Companies House on 9th March 2017 called Clear Leisure 2017 Ltd anything to do with an imminent disposal of our Mediapolis Assets? We do not know and would not need to speculate if our BOD would issue the long overdue Operational Update. RKB
20/2/2017
06:57
rkbeekeeper: Morning Longshanks You make some valid points and with robust questioning of both our views PI can make an informed decision. I do not claim to understand everything about CLP, I am trying to "find the missing millions" The only information we PI can utilize is what is in the Accounts, research of BOD and communicating with BOD (and Auditors) asking probing questions and holding BOD to account. Regarding BT and their Italian problems. I am sure BT pay their Auditors millions (we paid ours £28K last year) so BT have only themselves to blame for not taking their Auditor to task (I have taken ours to task and they are aware that our accounts are being scrutinized. Yes our legal claims are one of the avenues the Professor is pursuing but we have several assets that can sell and they will be sold (Professor intends to sell them all as he gets 10%) and as I have said recently Geosim is being sold and it is going in my opinion for over Euro 900K. I do recall Polly Peck (was not invested there) but there were two things that stand out with Polly Peck that I recall (but at my age I could be wrong) 1 The share price was running away and PI (and II) were chasing the share price up to dizzy heights and 2 Polly Peck were 'generating' massive profits on their fruit business that a school child could see were not sustainable from their business model. CLP is the exact opposite, share price rock bottom and generating (but only up to 2015) massive losses. Who knows? You could be correct and my 3% will be worth nothing but then again when you believe in something and have strong nerves and don't take a 10% "profit" hold firm and then one day the penny (or two) drops and the Market Makers realize this company Clear Leisure is going to deliver the LTH will be duly rewarded. I am out most of the day and if I am not able to Post a reply / response I am not ignoring you, I will post later. RKB
14/12/2016
10:11
rkbeekeeper: Four Corner Pieces of the Jigsaw Eufingest have the four corner pieces to this massive jigsaw puzzle. You have to look at the whole jigsaw that Eufingest are helping to build. First Corner Piece: Eufingest currently have 78,719,066 shares or about 27.52% (more than a quarter of our Company) of the current total shares of 286,043,117. So this is a solid corner. Second Corner Piece: Eufingest have Euro 3 million of the 9.9 Million Bonds which they have agreed to accept the reduction of 6% on the interest they are due (they do not have to but they have agreed in principle) Now Eufingest could have refused to reduce their interest and ‘lent CLP’ some more money via another short term loan but they did not. Also their Euro 3 million is 43.5% of the outstanding Bonds of 6.9 million. So this is a solid corner. Third Corner Piece: Eufingest loans to CLP were clearly documented on the RNS dated 27 October 2016. In summary as at October they had loans of £526K and Interest accrued of £69K (total £595K) Then on the next day they lent CLP another Euro 50K which is repayable on 31/12/16 but can be converted at £0.0075. Then on 18 November 2016 they lend us another Euro 300K repayable on 30/04/17 but can be converted at £0.0085. You have to ask why accept an increase from £0.0075 to £0.0085? Eufingest have the power to dictate a conversion of £0.0075 but they accept £0.0085! Let’s just use a figure of 13 million shares converted from loans at £0.0075 and £0.0085 and this works out at a cost of about £97.5K and £110,500. So I expect that the small loan of Euro 50K will be converted to shares at the end of 2016. So this is a solid corner. Fourth Corner Piece: Eufingest could convert up-to Euro 350K of loans into shares. If all Warrants are converted there would then be 308,265,339 shares in issue. Using an exchange rate of £0.85p per Euro, if Eufingest were to convert the whole Euro 350K then £297,500 would convert into about 35 million shares. This would mean Eufingest would have about 113,719,066 or 33.13%. (as there would be total shares of about 343,265,339) I have excluded Eufingest having any Warrants. This is the fourth solid corner. Put it altogether and there will be a Takeover with Eufingest giving their backing to whoever wants our company. We get taken out at a substantial premium to our current share price. PS as for further dilution of shares. The Professor has done well to limit the number of shares in issue. Many companies on AIM have Billions of shares, CLP does not. Why? Because the Professor has been able to fund the company with the 100% backing of our largest and most loyal shareholder Eufingest. And when a dividend is finally declared it will be meaningful like £0.02p not £0.0000002p
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