Share Name Share Symbol Market Type Share ISIN Share Description
Clarke T. LSE:CTO London Ordinary Share GB0002015021 ORD 10P
  Price Change % Change Share Price Bid Price Offer Price High Price Low Price Open Price Shares Traded Last Trade
  +0.00p +0.00% 85.50p 84.00p 87.00p 87.00p 84.25p 87.00p 26,192.00 16:35:12
Industry Sector Turnover (m) Profit (m) EPS - Basic PE Ratio Market Cap (m)
Construction & Materials 242.4 3.5 0.1 657.7 35.76

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22/3/201721:33Clarke T - solid business opportunities with the Olympics1,790.00
11/1/201310:35CTO: A RECOVERY STORY!2.00
29/9/201019:01CLARKE - Teeing itself up for a big rise321.00
23/1/200918:38Citigold - bonaza Gold but can they ramp it to 300oz per year?1.00
01/7/200518:56CTO Trading Statement263.00

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T Clarke Daily Update: Clarke T. is listed in the Construction & Materials sector of the London Stock Exchange with ticker CTO. The last closing price for T Clarke was 85.50p.
Clarke T. has a 4 week average price of - and a 12 week average price of -.
The 1 year high share price is - while the 1 year low share price is currently -.
There are currently 41,829,577 shares in issue and the average daily traded volume is 0 shares. The market capitalisation of Clarke T. is £35,764,288.34.
cc2014: A really good article Rivaldo. It's always good to see companies investing in their future rather than doing the same thing over and over. After rising to 90 a pull back off a few pence was not a surprise. The buying continues though and the share price has nudged up a little today on a stream of buys over the last couple of days where the buyers are interested even with a wide spread. All looking good to me. Results are on the horizon now.
opodio: be nice to get a 10p special dividend, imagine what that would do to the share price!
sspurt: Good in parts I guess. margin trends still opaque. They come across as though they are expecting a Brexit inspired air pocket to appear anytime. I would be surprised if they get much back from the fraud recovery and certainly would not factor it in to share price expectations. Pity only just got to hear about the company visit arranged by UKSA.
cc2014: So, we have the quite unusual situation that discovery of a fraud will have no detriment on the bottom line or more likely improve it. I checked on bond yields. They have moved dramatically in our favor with regard to the pension fund deficit in the last month. I do agree though that the pension fund deficit is holding the share price back and will continue to do so for a while.
cc2014: The RNS is fairly clear on the point you make gdjs100. It seems although someone has nicked £2.8m, the company has treated this as an expense, so the fraud has probably been done through payment of fraudulent invoices. £2.8m though - that's not a small crime and one wonders where the money is now and whether it has all been spent or if any of it is recoverable. One also wonders if the fraud was running at say £250k-500k a year now it ceases, whether the underlying position now improves by this amount. I'm not sure what will happen with the share price tomorrow. No material impact on the trading update and expectations re-affirmed but institutions don't like this sort of thing. It does explain the selling Friday though !
cc2014: Well in a week when 22 Bishopgate gets the go-ahead from Axa and will become the tallest building in London, where CTO will be doing the electrics, someone decides that's not a large enough order to hold onto their shares. CTO was down as much as 8.8% at one point on Friday against the flow of both builders and house-builders which were strongly up. I topped up yet again as the share price is becoming increasingly disconnected from reality. I await CTO trading statement with interest in November.
cc2014: I am intrigued to see what happens with the share price now as the spread has gone to over 4 and WNTS have today increased their spread to 6 which I expect them to cut later once they are more comfortable. As WNTS walked the offer price down yesterday and early first thing and now have the best bid I guess the spread will slowly close.
tuscan4: AS I have said before I believe that the dividend is the key to the share price moving to a higher level. Any dividend below 1.5p tomorrow will be a disappointment. Miton presumably have not increased to 17% without a pretty clear and positive view directly from the company. Still think this is a superb investment capable of 150p plus over the next 18 months providing margins are AT LAST returning to normality.
cc2014: Good question. Hmm - an implied profit of £7.1m this year and £8.8m next year, which seems completely reasonable to me. Alot more than 90p. Looking at the chart when the results were publihsed for 2010 accounts they turned a profit of 7m on a turnover of £179m with a dividend of 8.5p. Share price went to 175p in the days after finals before the recession took it's toll and the sell-off continued. So, given they need to strength the balance sheet a bit yet, the dividend will lag for a while, but the future prospects are improving profits rather than declining as in 2010 I would say 150p not unreasonable, with 200p the year after. The thing is if it's this obvious, which I think it is, why is the price only 90p? - not that I'm complaining as I have a wheelbarrow full of stock at really good prices and I'm happy to be patient btw - how did you manage to buy 750k of shares between you and your friends? I had a great deal of difficulty acquiring my shares without influencing the price and took me around 30-40 trades over a year or so.
cc2014: Positives: Sector improving Order book at an all time high and rising Legacy contract issues depressing the share price dealt with Cash position fine with lots of headroom on bank facilities Margins so low as the only way is up Dividend 4% Negatives Up front costs on new large projects coming onstream may depress profit this year (depending on how they account for them) Pension fund deficit unlikely to be any better given how much general markets have been under pressure New large projects coming onstream likely to suck out cash Our you could look at this way. In 2006 when the share price was 250p, turnover was £186m, profit was £7m and dividend was 11p. Turnover likely to be £225m+ this year. Profits at say £2-3m this year then increasing rapidly. Balance sheet will repair itself as profits convert to cash in due course. And finally I like the way it's slowly diversifying away from pure construction to add some multi-year maintenance contracts to its portfolio. I hope they do alot more of this as it's creates long term shareholder wealth This is the biggest shareholding in my portfolio by a long way.
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