Share Name Share Symbol Market Type Share ISIN Share Description
CLS Holdings LSE:CLI London Ordinary Share GB0001592475 ORD 25P
  Price Change % Change Share Price Bid Price Offer Price High Price Low Price Open Price Shares Traded Last Trade
  +3.00p +0.19% 1,553.00p 1,534.00p 1,553.00p 1,560.00p 1,531.00p 1,550.00p 6,675.00 16:35:12
Industry Sector Turnover (m) Profit (m) EPS - Basic PE Ratio Market Cap (m)
Real Estate Investment & Services 118.9 151.2 305.7 5.1 640.65

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19/7/201610:09Net Asset Value 732p93.00
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09/12/2016
08:20
CLS Holdings Daily Update: CLS Holdings is listed in the Real Estate Investment & Services sector of the London Stock Exchange with ticker CLI. The last closing price for CLS Holdings was 1,550p.
CLS Holdings has a 4 week average price of 1,588.90p and a 12 week average price of 1,576.05p.
The 1 year high share price is 1,880p while the 1 year low share price is currently 1,125p.
There are currently 41,252,659 shares in issue and the average daily traded volume is 7,828 shares. The market capitalisation of CLS Holdings is £640,653,794.27.
05/12/2014
08:49
truffle: CLS promoted to the FTSE 250. Gives some explanation for the recent strong rise in the share price which presumably will be tracked by new institutions in future. The only problem is the very low daily trading volume. A share split would solve that to some extent.
03/10/2010
21:59
sammu: CLS has a 29% shareholding in Catena a swedish property company. The latter is proposing a sale of assets and the share price has moved up from 120kr to 170Kr in the last month, which I have worked out is worth about an extra £20 - £25m to CLS or 40p - 50p a share, - useful.
17/11/2009
11:48
cockneyrebel: interim management statement Nov 18th last year. Last NAV statement 719p (up 11% from 603p) - NAV probably risen more since Current share price 467p 29 Oct Sten Mortstedt, Chairman, bought 1.18K 30 Oct " " bought 1.16K 2 Nov " " bought 7.9K £48K worth bought by him a fortnight ago. Must be trading at a 40%+ discount to NAV, NAV risen at 10% over the past year.
20/9/2009
15:00
cockneyrebel: Well if punters were waiting for a pull back they won't get much better than this to buy on GI, imo. Let the trend be your friend - and this has a delightful trend :-) 720p NAV rising at 10% this year gone and the share price still £2 below NAV. Next leg up will be a race imo. CR
06/12/2007
18:39
sscrabble: just a comment on these - looking at their balance sheet and todays share price - they are at a 50% disc to nav , but because of loan to value if their properties lost 15% of their value they would only be at a 15% discount and 20% would put them at nav. To compare - others - CLI - 50% - 15% - 0% CAL - 61% - 46% - 38% BLAND - 48% - 28% - 18% MAY - 39% - (-34%) - (-123%) Just my rough workings , but in the right area I think.
26/6/2003
12:11
ed 123: It looks like someone bought 200,000 shares today. It pepped up the share price a bit.
23/8/2002
23:45
skyship: WARNING: For Investors only – not for Traders……;.. It is possible that a large line of stock over-hanging CLS Holdings (CLI) is about to clear (see below), in which case this is a property company likely to show a good return over the next few months. I’ve collated and updated a few of my comments on the old FreeBB thread, so as to make the case easier to follow: I remain very much a commercial property bull, as really it is only in the City and London West End that rental value falls have not outweighed the increasing values arising from lower yields. CLI has actually pulled back by 21% from the May peak of 260p to the current 204p. At this level it stands at a 44% discount to the historic (31/12/01) 365p NAV; and a 49% discount to a concensus 400p NAV for the end of this year. Each year the NAV is marginally enhanced by the policy of share buybacks instead of dividends - these give a yield equivalent of 5.4%. However, even though the "FRS 13 Fair Value" adjustment knocks 16p off the NAV, I believe that concensus figure will be left far behind. ING Barings estimate 416p, but even that doesn't allow for: 1. The effect of the Euro appreciation on a property portfolio historically 42% on the Continent (France-22%; Sweden-20%; UK-58%); but apparently now much nearer 50%. 2. The likely rise in commercial property values in H2 Having such a high %age exposure to the Continent is now viewed by many property followers as a significant benefit. Property yields are considerably higher across the Channel; and the sector as a whole is viewed as "under-played". It is interesting to note that of last year's £30m revaluation surplus 36% came from France; 39% from Sweden; and just 25% from the UK. Being a family controlled company, CLI has historically traded at a larger NAV discount than its peers; however the Swedish Mortstedt family adopt a far more open and approachable policy than their British counterparts. Also, CLI is a freely marketable stock being now quite a large company with a 31/12/01 Year End portfolio value of Gross £728m and a Market Cap of £197m. The 76 page Annual Report is commendable in its detail; and well worth a detailed read. I think there was a very good reason for the recent decline, essentially Govett Strategic I.T. (GVS) was a forced seller in view of their winding-up/restructuring. We know they sold 740,000 @ 220p; and they must remain the favourites to have been the rather crass seller of another 1.75m shares @ 188p on 15th July - 12.5% below the then market price! It may not have been them of course, but whoever it was, it wasn’t a smart move as CLI was and is in a closed period, so unable to buy-in the stock. If they'd thought of that they could surely have sold the line back to the Company on 30th June - CLI is a confirmed buyer-in of the Company's shares. Such poorly handled transactions present profitable opportunities. To my mind the market-maker who took the stock will remain a tap seller until the Interims next month. The results will clear the way for the Company to buy-in loose stock and for the Market as a whole to be reassured as to the Company's value. HOWEVER, the loose stock may not be around much longer, as a look at the ADVFN Trading history shows (according to my allocation of the Trades) that since 2nd August the market has sold no less than 1.56m CLI. All this stock comes from the GVS "forced sale" of 740,000 @ 220p on 21st June & the further sale (possibly GVS again) of 1.75m @ 188p on 15th August. Assuming the 740,000 were absorbed by the market between 22nd June & 1st August (and I haven't the trading history to check that), then the astute market-maker who took the cheap stock @ 188p may now be down to his last 200/- shares; in which case we could be in for a run sooner than anticipated. Still anchored @ 202-206 today. With gearing @ c.100%, I have a personal target of 425p for the y/e NAV; and a share price target of 255-260 over 6 months. For me this is a core long-term holding. With solid support evident @ the £2 point , the potential upside shows the right sort of multiple to the downside risk. Looks like a safe BUY.
23/8/2002
13:48
tiltonboy: SKYSHIP, I have been chipping away at the overhang, but it appears that stock was replenished yesterday with a couple of large(ish) sales. MLSB, initially, had the "cheap" stock, but HSBC now appear to be able to find stock. This is where we have been picking up stock the last few days. With a 4p touch I would normally expect to deal inside the price, but MLSB and HSBC have been resolute in their offer price. Interestingly the other MM's have been bidding for stock, and not even wanting to match the offer. Providing there are no nasty surprises, in the figures, I also believe the stock will enjoy a run. The company will no longer be in a "closed period" and may well take the opportunity to "buy-in" a line of stock, as well as offering a tender to shareholders. I can't see any reason why there should be any nasty surprises, but in these markets, share price weakness makes me a little nervous. Yet another property company succumbed to a takeover this week, namely Grantchester. I am sure further consolidation, in the sector, is going to happen. Lets hope CLS is one of them. All IMHO and always DYOR. tiltonboy
06/8/2002
22:24
shawzie: Skyship Your posting is as usual interesting and although I have made good capital gains over the past 3 or 4 years in British Land, Brixton and CLS Holdings I have pulled out of the property sector. I did have a holding in Citadel at one time but when CLS Holdings bought out the minority shareholders in Citadel I actually lost on my investment. If the share price continues to decline do you think that the Mortstedt family will take the company private and delist? In which case there may be no mileage in investing in this company.
27/6/2002
16:34
skyship: This market shake-out provides all sorts of buying opportunities for the long-term investor with a CASH cushion looking for a home. To buy this week is not necessarily foolhardy; after all Warren Buffet himself favours buying into sharp falls! I remain very much a commercial property bull, as I have often explained on other threads (the reasoning is linked to Pension Fund Asset Allocation). To my mind the recent fall in the Real Estate index is a healthy retracement back from the overbought 2500 level. One particularly attractive stock - CLS Holdings (CLI) - has actually pulled back by 14% from 260p to the current 223p. At this level it stands at a 39% discount to the historic (31/12/01) 365p NAV; and a 44% discount to a concensus 400p NAV for the end of this year. Each year the NAV is marginally enhanced by the policy of share buybacks instead of dividends - these give a yield equivalent of 5.4%. However, even though the "FRS 13 Fair Value" adjustment knocks 16p off the NAV, I believe that concensus figure will be left far behind. ING Barings estimate 416p, but even that doesn't allow for: 1. The effect of the Euro appreciation on a property portfolio 42% on the Continent (France-22%; Sweden-20%; UK-58%) 2. The likely rise in commercial property values in H2 Having such a high %age exposure to the Continent is now viewed by many property companies as a significant benefit. Property yields are considerably higher across the Channel; and the sector as a whole is viewed as "under-played". It is interesting to note that of last year's £30m revaluation surplus 36% came from France; 39% from Sweden; and just 25% from the UK. Being a family controlled company, CLI has historically traded at a larger NAV discount than its peers; however the Swedish Mortstedt family adopt a far more open and approachable policy than their British counterparts. Also, CLI is a freely marketable stock being now quite a large company with a portfolio value of Gross £728m and a Market Cap of £224m. The 76 page Annual Report is commendable in its detail. With gearing @ 102%, I have a personal target of 425p for the y/e NAV; and a share price target of 300p as the NAV growth becomes apparent. For me this is a core long-term holding. With solid support back in the 200-220 range, the potential upside shows the right sort of multiple to the downside risk. A safe BUY.
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