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|2013 The Great Irish Share Valuation Project (Part V)
I take a look at CPL Resources, plus a batch of other Irish stocks:
|CPL cover in The Phoenix magazine today.
For two profitable, debt free, dividend paying companies trading at less than cash look here (and win an investment book of your choice ):
Largest banks in America cut exposure to Ireland by up to $1bn|
|Corporate insolvency numbers up in Q1
This week I started The Great Irish Share Valuation Project on my value investing blog, where I plan to come up with a Fair Value Price Target for every listed Irish company, including CPL Resources:
I hope you'll take a look (if you've any feedback/questions, please don't hesitate to comment or email me), and/or become a regular reader.
|TEN companies a day are going bust with figures showing there is a rise in unpaid debts too
|Economist sees job market woes ahead
Ireland will enter a new, deeper recession as a result of the austerity demanded by the EU/IMF bailout, according to Matt King, Citigroup's global head of credit strategy.|
|Report: Employment to fall further and property correction not yet over
|A THIRD of companies are expecting to cut jobs over the next few months with well over half of construction firms planning to lay off workers.
A generation looks abroad
5,000 seek advice at exhibition on working and living overseas|
The 197-room Four Seasons Hotel in Dublin was the last inn anyone in Ireland expected to go under in the Recession. But go under it did, suffering a $2.6 million loss last year. Now the property is up for sale.
Paul Gallagher of the Irish Hotels Federation told the Belfast Telegraph the the pending sale of the property in the Ballsbridge section of Dublin will send "shockwaves through the industry" and "raise distress."|
|lol, well theres a surprise! Wonder when the cull of the quangos will begin?|
|Ireland's economic recovery stalls
Bank of Ireland fell 4pc to 69c after Standard & Poor's (S&P) cut its outlook to "negative" from "stable" and warned that the lender faces "considerable challenges" restoring its credit profile as the Irish economy recovers slowly.
"Our view is that the Irish economy is likely to recover only quite slowly, with household finances remaining stretched, asset prices unlikely to start appreciating materially for a couple of years and credit demand remaining muted for many years," S&P said in a gloomy forecast.|
|Operating profit at CPL drops by 52pc
Profits fall at CPL Resources
Irish recruiter CPL Resources has seen profits fall due to "very challenging" conditions, according to its full-year results for the year ended 30 June 2010|
|sorry wrong thread.oops|
|Clyde Process Solutions has nothing to do with this CPS.
It's a recruitment company.|
|what do you mean evaluate|
|You're kidding me right?|
|And it will not get better for quite a while until little Eire cleans up its act. Can someone explain why there has been no reduction in the number of people employed in the council planning depts since the demise of the building boom? Perhaps they are working on plans to demolish the 300k uninhabited homes. Can anyone explain why the prime minister of Eire gets paid more than the president of the U.S.A.?|
revenues fell by 11pc to E189.9m compared to E212.4m previously in what the company called the most severe labour market conditions and operating environment in its 20 year history.|