Share Name Share Symbol Market Type Share ISIN Share Description
Cml Microsystem LSE:CML London Ordinary Share GB0001602944 ORD 5P
  Price Change % Change Share Price Bid Price Offer Price High Price Low Price Open Price Shares Traded Last Trade
  +0.00p +0.00% 347.50p 340.00p 355.00p 347.50p 347.50p 347.50p 4,884 05:00:10
Industry Sector Turnover (m) Profit (m) EPS - Basic PE Ratio Market Cap (m)
Technology Hardware & Equipment 22.8 3.3 18.0 19.3 56.32

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29/9/2016
09:20
Cml Microsystem Daily Update: Cml Microsystem is listed in the Technology Hardware & Equipment sector of the London Stock Exchange with ticker CML. The last closing price for Cml Microsystem was 347.50p.
Cml Microsystem has a 4 week average price of 338.50p and a 12 week average price of 340.88p.
The 1 year high share price is 410p while the 1 year low share price is currently 305.50p.
There are currently 16,206,537 shares in issue and the average daily traded volume is 1,586 shares. The market capitalisation of Cml Microsystem is £56,317,716.08.
10/6/2014
16:52
wiloughby2: With the greatest respect roddiemac if the CFO sells shares and the company share price subsequently falls over twenty per cent, whatever reassurance he stressed to you privately, you would have to question it's validity.
10/1/2013
17:26
roddiemac2: Willydoctor The share price only softened on the day of the results.In fact it has been remarkably steady since it first went to 400p. on 11/10/12. Since 8/10/12 about 11% of the stock has been traded on the main market ( no figures for plus markets ). Most of this trading has been on 19 days of above average trading. On 12 of these above average volume days the price has risen . On three of the remaining 7 the price has neither risen or fallen. Where do I see this going? I don`t know. I don`t like to speculate on what a share price might do. With an interim management statement due mid Feb, we will soon know more. The statistics above are approximate .
20/11/2012
20:39
roddiemac2: Bones, Another thing to query is what do they plan to do with the growing cash pile? ---Invest in the business: make an acquisition. If they end up with more cash than they can use in the business,they may choose to make a special dividend payment; they have done that in the past. I hope to be able to answer this question and others in the next few days. I will be contacting management, and I am waiting to hear from someone who attended the presentation today. You are right about how the share price has tended to retrace 20% and more in this illiquid stock.
20/11/2012
19:05
bones: CML share price has been surprisingly steady of late. Historically it will retrace 20% - 40% without any particular reason other than supply and demand affecting a very illiquid stock. I would not be at all concerned even if these did go back to 300p. That said, growth is slowing but growth is still there. Wonder if they will ever sell out to a bigger player?
18/9/2011
19:32
jakleeds: Cml Microsystems (LON:CML) - Stored up potential Wednesday, Sep 07 2011 by Edison Investment Research http://www.stockopedia.co.uk/research/stored-up-potential-59877/ http://www.edisoninvestmentresearch.co.uk/?ACT=18&ID=5762 Sep 07th 2011 - Edison Investment Research today published a report on Cml Microsystems (CML.L, LSE:CML, LON:CML) entitled "Stored Up Potential". In summary, the report says: CML supplies semiconductors into specialist communications and embedded flash memory storage applications. Underpinned by a broad capability set and deepening engagements with key customers, we expect solid performance in communications. Sales into storage have the potential to scale up significantly, driven by market share gains, portfolio expansion and average selling price increases. The rating is undemanding, while the scope for a step change in storage creates good upside potential to both earnings estimates and the share price.
15/6/2011
21:58
roddiemac2: " why the muted reaction to what look like an excellent set of results?" Liquidity has been down across the whole market for weeks.Companies disappointing get hammered. Companies producing good results get little share price reaction. These are dangerous times. It is right to be cautious. Against this backdrop , CML has produced good results, but new investors may be put off by the company`s five year record. Given the right conditions, CML could do very well in the next few years. Patience should pay.
08/1/2011
13:05
moab47: Doing a research article based on the Top 100 performing shares on AIM in 2010. Can anyone give a quick summary of why this rose so much in 2010 and whether and what there were any early signs of the massive rise in share price. Thanks Moab http://www.stockopedia.co.uk/content/small-is-beautiful-small-caps-dominate-the-annual-top-100-stock-market-performance-awards-51863/
28/11/2010
14:16
rainmaker: Hi All,Sorry to go o/t on this thread but I will looking to run positions in CML for a further year. Experience has taught that it definitely pays to give these types of situations time for the share price to work it's magic. So I like to employ a hands off approach. CML is moving up from such a poor rating that even if it moves to an average rating it will go a lot higher. I would use the price/sales ratio. Let me check. Hi again Y-Essentially I'm buying shares in Companies that are trading at or less than net working capital-ie current or liquid assets less all liabilities.Currently Northamber(NAR) and Mallett(MAE) are good examples.I think I remember you posting on either Acal(ACL) or Trifast(TRI)at around 100p and 10p respectively a couple of years ago?Are you a fellow shareholder in either?Acal is up 150% and Trifast 400%. Both are good examples of Value shares that I hold. re Jim Slater I've got his books and I think the PEG is a useful tool not just to find out if a share is undervalued but obtain a price if it were to be fairly valued but IMHO Ben Graham-Warren Buffett's mentor is by far the most important and justifably influential stock market author bar none. regards
28/11/2010
00:07
rainmaker: Thanks Y-Tricky to define value investing as it's more art than science but here goes "off the cuff"- "Value Investing is an investment rather than a speculation in a historically lowly priced and poorly rated Company that upon thorough and comprehensive investigation and analysis of it's trading history,business, markets and competitors reveals an substantial undervaluation on the basis of known facts and definite prospects rather than forecasts upon it's future earnings that cannot be relied upon to any degree.Such a share will promise safety of capital and a good return for an Investor prepared to exercise patience.Furthmore there will exist a substantial margin of safety at the purchase price and the Company higher intrinsic value likely providing a floor under the current share price and protecting the Investor against adverse unforeseen future events. Risk is further reduced by diversification through the purchase of similiar shares in a balanced portfolio." regards
24/11/2010
11:38
bones: http://www.sharecast.com/cgi-bin/sharecast/story.cgi?story_id=3851113 CML returns to profit Tue 23 Nov 2010 CML - CML Microsystems Latest Prices Name Price % CML Microsystems 162.50p +5.86% techMARK 1,718 +0.17% Technology Hardware & Equipment 557 -0.13% LONDON (SHARECAST) - Strong demand for two-way radio and flash memory cards has helped semiconductors supplier CML Microsystems return to profit in the first half. Revenues jumped 56% to £11.2m in the six months to September 2010. A loss of £1.13m was turned into a profit of £1.27m. CML's main markets are wireless and storage. The wireless side is benefiting from growth in analogue two-way radios and TETRA radios. CML produces the controller chip for flash memory cards and this market is growing rapidly. CML has moved into a net cash position at the end of September 2010. Net cash is expected to be £663,000 at the end of March 2011. Cash flow should continue to be strong and net cash of more than £8m at the end of March 2013. Trading continues to be strong. Cenkos forecasts a profit of £2.1m for the year to March 2011. Despite the good figures there was some profit-taking in the shares. The share price fell 10p to 153.5p but remain more than quadruple their level 12 months ago. They are trading on 15 times prospective 2010-11 earnings. CML has transferred from a premium listing to a standard listing.
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