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Stock Name Stock Symbol Market Stock Type
Cake Box Holdings Plc CBOX London Ordinary Share
  Price Change Price Change % Stock Price Last Trade
5.50 2.9% 195.00 16:35:02
Open Price Low Price High Price Close Price Previous Close
189.50 189.50 191.00 195.00 189.50
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Cake Box CBOX Dividends History

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pogue: saurish thank you for the reply. That is the reason I am still sitting on the fence. I cannot see how going forward the profits can remain the same. The company wont go bust, some of the franchisees might if the costs get too high and demand drops. I mean what did people do before egg free cakes? There are other options people dont have to buy a cake from CBOX. The coming storm is going to be bad I am looking for places to put my money that is safe retail is a hard one to find someone with a must have product that the price can be increased to cover rising costs for no loss of custom. CBOX does have the moat of being unique in the market but I cannot believe people will keep buying cakes over normal food and fuel so its customer base must decline at the margins and its costs must rise. Its whether they can balance that by cutting into their large margins but does that not then just reduce profitability and thus the share price?
saurish: I think like every business they will not be immune to rising costs. They would do well to mitigate some of it by forward buying etc Most importantly the management has a bit of leeway with operating margins averaging around 22% and growth potential by their side. However, as per your argument cake will become a luxury now, however with CBOX cakes priced towards the reasonable end of the market for celebration cakes with a unique eggless offering I suppose the sales would stay steady. Where their could be a drop is in the takeaway cake slices etc. which do not constitute a huge percentage of sales. As per price increases I think management will have to strike a balance between raising prices and absorbing some proportion of cost so as to not affect demand too much. They'll also have to look at tightening up any loose ends for expense leakage and save money. Going forward I see some shrinkage in operating margin which should be absorbed by growing sales in short term to keep profits steady but if the costs keep increasing long term then like any retail business it would start taking its toll on the bottom line. However, IMHO in the retail spectrum the business is in a much better position due to its strong margins, unique offering, steady demand and growing franchisees. The management however will have to stay nimble in these rising cost waning demand times to keep the business steady and achieve some sort of growth. I'm a holder. DYOR
pogue: Can anyone explain how a luxury retail business can do well in a high inflation environment? I lived through high inflation when I was young and my experience is people stop spending on anything not essential and prices of goods keep rising whilst wages lag by a long way and strikes are common. I would add the main income for CBOX is selling sponge to their franchisees and wheat is going to skyrocket in price going forward so will margins be cut or will they just attempt to pass onto the consumer the price hikes? Sensible answers please.
brummy_git: Reassuring trading update today from Cake Box Find out all the news & latest valuation here.
saurish: Recent Management meet Update from Blackswan Shares
km18: ...from earlier in Q4 2021... price & valuation looks a lot different, business case is still the same & solid looking forward.... Cake Box Holdings today issued a HY trading update. Performance has been strong across the Groups stores and online delivery channel. Revenues were up 91% on H1 20 to £16.4m, suggesting FY22 revenues will approach the £35m area compared to FY21 £21.9m, a 70%+ gain. The Group opened 20 new franchise stores in the period (excluding kiosk openings), with the total number of stores at 30 September 2021 being 174 (H1 2020: 139). The appeal of the Group's franchise proposition is reflected in the current pipeline of new potential franchisees, with 62 holding deposits held at period end. Expansion and growth is the name of the game here....from WealthOracleAM
nillparekh: Can't buy cakebox shares on etoro can you recommend any other platform to buy cbox shares please
parttime: In deed saurish, As I see it this simply gives us a bit more detail about what we already knew last year, my take is that Cbox has since strengthened the Board with more experienced market operators and ,hopefully, now in a much better position. I suspect they will be on the naughty step for a time but the market has a surprisingly short memory imo. ' '' .....The errors noted have no impact on the Group's reported profits, cash flows or balance sheet and the Company received a clean audit opinion for the year. As previously announced and as we continue to grow the business, a key priority for the Board remains underpinning growth with the appropriate level of experience and expertise for the Group's central functions, internal controls and processes. BDO has also been appointed to assist with implementing improved internal audit practices. The Board confirms that, since the Company updated the market with its half year results in November, trading in H2 has continued strongly and in line with expectations for the full year.''
tmfmayn: [SharePad] Small-Cap Spotlight Report: CAKE BOX #CBOX
 An auditor becoming “concerned about the robustness of the Company’s control and governance frameworks” seems very alarming to me hTTps://
henryatkin: I don't see why ASDA would want to own CBOX any more than Tesco would want to own Krispy Kreme or Morrisons want to own Timpson's shoe repairs/key cutting. It won't happen.
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