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|Clipper Daily Update: Clipper Logistics is listed in the Industrial Transportation sector of the London Stock Exchange with ticker CLG. The last closing price for Clipper was 420p.|
Clipper Logistics has a 4 week average price of 365.88p and a 12 week average price of 335p.
The 1 year high share price is 435p while the 1 year low share price is currently 207p.
There are currently 100,022,968 shares in issue and the average daily traded volume is 162,065 shares. The market capitalisation of Clipper Logistics is £398,091,412.64.
|miti 1000: Tudes100 ,
Totally agree with your post.
I think we will see quite a few big companies signing up for click and collect in the next 6 months and most of the click and collect revenue is not priced into future broker forecasts.
njb67 ,half the share price in your dreams !!. Whilst I agree that CLG is richly valued, there is a reason for that ie., the market is convinced the company will grow into its valuation comfortably . You have to pay for quality. If you want cheap , buy inferior companies like wincanton.
Clipper is the leader in a very big sweet spot for the next 5 years and I fully it expect it to reach 500p within 18 months or else get taken over by the likes of Amazon who could do with a proper returns management(Boomerang) system. I should also add the US let alone Europe, lag way behind the UK in online delivery and returns and click and collect.|
|saucepan: I have just been looking at CLG a bit further.
I am wondering if there is any potential sector "read-across" from the DX. trading update/profit warning that has just devastated the share price?
DX. pointed to:
* challenging trading conditions
* pricing pressure
* deteriorating trading patterns
* increased cost based pressures
* driver resourcing issues
The moot question being: is this DX. company specific weakness, or is it indicative of wider sector challenges that could also impinge on CLG, including increased competition (e.g. lack of barriers to entry)?
These possible concerns have stopped me buying back for now, but I would be interested in what others think.|
Clipper share price data is direct from the London Stock Exchange