Share Name Share Symbol Market Type Share ISIN Share Description
Csf Group LSE:CSFG London Ordinary Share JE00B61NN442 ORD 10P
  Price Change % Change Share Price Bid Price Offer Price High Price Low Price Open Price Shares Traded Last Trade
  +0.20p +21.05% 1.15p 0.80p 1.50p 1.15p 0.95p 0.95p 100,000 16:23:15
Industry Sector Turnover (m) Profit (m) EPS - Basic PE Ratio Market Cap (m)
Software & Computer Services 84.0 -33.0 -22.7 - 1.84

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Csf Group Daily Update: Csf Group is listed in the Software & Computer Services sector of the London Stock Exchange with ticker CSFG. The last closing price for Csf Group was 0.95p.
Csf Group has a 4 week average price of 1.03p and a 12 week average price of 1.15p.
The 1 year high share price is 3.75p while the 1 year low share price is currently 0.33p.
There are currently 160,028,667 shares in issue and the average daily traded volume is 81,220 shares. The market capitalisation of Csf Group is £1,840,329.67.
zangdook: bean02 - HL are notorious for that. Every time they do it to me I promise myself I'll find a proper broker, but so far the inertia's always got to me first. IIRC I was told TDDirect were better behaved when PLE was delisting. When WCC cancelled their plans to delist, HL carefully waited until the share price had recovered before allowing their clients to buy any more. Than cost me a few grand in potential profits.
gspanner: And also one has to be cynical about the latest trading update- all doom and gloom - which wasn't really borne out by the actual results... Almost as if a persistently low share price was part of the plan to soften up shareholders. Likewise absolutely no communication outside the bare minimum.
nazrat: I think the company must be at the point of putting the results out or needing to release a statement about the reason for the substantial rise in the share price of late.
stemis: Anything which suggests this company can survive and make some sort of future for itself is going to lead to an increase in the share price surely. At £4m the company is priced for bust.
123will: It is amazing how much this has moved on a tiny amount of volume... It is clear there is not much stock hanging about hopefully any news will see a massive movement in the share price.
123will: This share is pretty quiet at the moment but I can imagine that there will be some activity soon with the interim results not too far off.We should be getting news on a new CEO as wellThere is so much negativity around that I cannot see it getting much lower especially as it is being underpinned by cash in bank and expected cash flows in the near future.If there is a turn around then we could easily see the share price multiplying many times even within a year.... Pretty good risk return payoff here... IMO Doyr
stemis: Recurring revenue won't be growing at 35% if they don't fill B and C of CX5 or replace tenants in CX2 and Block A of CX5. Revenue in 2012/13 includes £7.1m which was then provided as a bad debt? Without replacing the two tenants, revenue in 2013/14 will therefore by £7.1m lower than 2012/13. I agree cash is good but once they draw down the £16m their lease costs will increase as they will from increasing network connectivity in CX5. At the moment the company is heading towards a sizeable and increasing loss. News on new tenants is desperately needed to move the share price upwards.
grahamg8: I spotted the receivables and advance payments myself. But it's nice to have a confirmation from Goldenboy2. The turnround might take a while as lots of vacant space needs to be let. OK so the share price fall yesterday was caused by some big sells going through. But why sell on 8/8 when the results came out on 7/8? The problems with doubtful debts was well trailed in March - the share price dropped then by nearly 50% in one day. 14p was seen as the 'correct price' then and not a lot has changed since. Crash and burn or plenty of upside if we can tick over in cash preservation mode for a year or two. I'm in for the ride.
varies: Whilst waiting nervously for the figures as at 31 March 2013, delayed presumably on account of doubts over the 2 defaulting tenants in CX2 and CX5 (block A), I have been looking at the half-year figures. Profits come (as I read the accounts) in the form of rentals on the completed data centres, some modest maintenance revenue and profits on the construction of new centres through a connected company IDCB. In the first half of 2012/13 the rentals were well up but the IDCB contribution fell to virtually nothing. This was because CX5(A) had been completed and was fully occupied and building work by IDCB had dried up thanks to the postponement of CX5(B), CX6 and CX Singapore. Would someone kindly correct me if I am wrong ? I do find this company confusing. Rentals in 2012/13 were running at cRM 100million p.a (say >£20m) and RM33m of this was payable by the 2 defaulters. So we might reasonably hope for rentals of RM67m but there is likely to be a loss on this front because of the large overheads at CX(A). The IDCB part of the business must surely be loss-making now. Furthermore CSFG has advanced RM 78m (say £16m)to IDCB, equivalent to today's market cap., and there may be a write down required on this. From the gloomy tone of my remarks, some unkind participants here may think that I am seeking to drive the share price even lower but this is not the case and I would be happy to increase my holding if my fears could be refuted. Even so, it requires more courage than I have to buy before the results appear.
mattjos: AIM share ownership is nothing more than pass the parcel .. with luck, you'll reach the target gain you had dreamed of achieving ... once reached, sell the damn thing before the music stops and let A N Other other bear the 7-series type depreciation. The directors wont give a toss ... they get rewarded every month &, if by some terrible set of completely unforseen & saddening circumstances the share price should collapse, have no fear!! We have a remuneration committee that will grant you options at a lower share price & find some benchmark basis to justify a pay-rise . After all, the idiotic market keeps giving us more money so, why not lets use it ... it's for-free, ffsake!
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