Share Name Share Symbol Market Type Share ISIN Share Description
Caffyns Plc LSE:CFYN London Ordinary Share GB0001615219 ORD 50P
  Price Change % Change Share Price Shares Traded Last Trade
  0.00 0.0% 270.00 0.00 01:00:00
Bid Price Offer Price High Price Low Price Open Price
220.00 320.00 0.00 0.00 0.00
Industry Sector Turnover (m) Profit (m) EPS - Basic PE Ratio Market Cap (m)
General Retailers 197.85 0.10 -9.40 7
Last Trade Time Trade Type Trade Size Trade Price Currency
- O 0 270.00 GBX

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Caffyns Daily Update: Caffyns Plc is listed in the General Retailers sector of the London Stock Exchange with ticker CFYN. The last closing price for Caffyns was 270p.
Caffyns Plc has a 4 week average price of 250p and a 12 week average price of 250p.
The 1 year high share price is 425p while the 1 year low share price is currently 250p.
There are currently 2,693,257 shares in issue and the average daily traded volume is 808 shares. The market capitalisation of Caffyns Plc is £7,271,793.90.
ed 123: Not quite, Roquefort. It went ex-dividend yesterday. Payment is 15p on 2nd August. The share price sometimes doesn't move on going xd. There is a wide spread, so discouraging dividend trading. Also, the value is in the high tangible net asset value and 15p is not material to that. Having said that, if you were to sell a few now you'd get the dividend and probably nudge the share price down a tad too.
cjohn: And if they could be persuaded to see that relinquishing the preferences was in their own economic interest…... It's the very fact they wish to keep control that holds back the share price and means that their own large stake is grossly undervalued compared to a similar stake in peer car companies.
cjohn: Yes, the share structure impedes corporate change. Let's see if this can be changed: the prefs need to go. The results seemed OK to me; on an unadjusted basis, the shares trade at a PE of 10. So profitability supports the current very humble share price. The shares look positively cheap compared to operational cash flow of over £3m before working capital changes. However, cash flow is being used to expand the company - increasing the asset base - rather than pay down debt, which would be preferable in my view, given the meagre returns on assets. Obviously, they continue to trade in bargain territory compared to tangible asset value; the extensive freehold property. So it's good to have a property investor activist with a significant holding in the company. Can things be shaken up?
ntv: interesting times here at caffyns at last we have an active investor aboard who might start to try to change things he has got his work cut out here as with LAS old school jobs for life antiquated share structure can't raise money in the city because of the above could be about to lose its Vauxhall dealership at the time when Vauxhall wants to cut the number of dealerships probably end like the land rover one they lost share price lower than it was when i started the thread 16 years ago!!! glad i wasn't a holder all that time come on caffyns move into the modern world or buy us out and take it private then you can have as many classes of preference shares you like if you don't want to do that then cancel the preference shares at the issue price and cut the cut the interest costs to the company and ALL shareholders
cjohn: Impossible to predict short-term share price movements. You may have another opportunity sub-400 - or not. But the current price is still compelling, given the possible catalyst of Perloff shaking things up. Though as you say, the share structure isn't helpful to outsiders. Diesel is going to be outlawed; so definitely diésel sales are going to go down! I'd have thought overall sales is the more interesting figure.
jimblack513: LOL on doing more research the question is is this a car dealership or a property company? Caffyns have booked 42 million pounds of property assets, which are of the freehold variety. That's not all because -- ''Property portfolio revaluation as at 31 March 2017 showed a £10.1 million surplus to net book value (not recognised in the accounts) ''' That is 52 million pounds of property and the net asset value per share, with the property uplift, of £13.80 per ordinary share. Whereas the share price of 515p the m/cap is not even £14 mill basic earnings 58p good yield in times of non-existent savings rates what are the forecasts for next year?
prop_joe: Agree with post above. Better than expected car reg figures for October and first time since 2007 that YTD sales to Oct have passed 2m mark. And yet CFYN share price below net asset per share value (which includes freeholds at cost rather than higher market value figure)!
jaf111: Not for the first second or third actually lets start again!! For the umpteenth time scratching my head in amazement at the ridiculously cheap price here.....the whole sector seems very cheap to me and CFYN so much cheaper than the rest..... Very frustrated.....fingers crossed that the interims will put some life back into the CFYN share price.
jaf111: Amazing CFYN share price remains so of sector moving up nicely on back of continued strong sales data.... No doubt CFYN will play catch-up at some time so patience required....BUT definitely remains a bargain! Maybe catalyst will be next IMS - last year that was 15 February......I can certainly happily wait until then!
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