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Cake Box Holdings Plc LSE:CBOX London Ordinary Share GB00BDZWB751 ORD GBP0.01
  Price Change % Change Share Price Bid Price Offer Price High Price Low Price Open Price Shares Traded Last Trade
  6.00 3.16% 196.00 192.00 200.00 196.00 195.00 195.00 115,308 09:27:24
Industry Sector Turnover (m) Profit (m) EPS - Basic PE Ratio Market Cap (m)
Food Producers 33.0 7.7 15.8 12.4 78

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DateSubjectAuthorDiscuss
09/4/2019
07:52
Surely you mean the large slowing of growth in like for like sales DiscoDave, it hasn't reduced. If the trend continues, it will next year though.
verulamium
09/4/2019
07:49
Not too happy about the large reduction in like for like sales.
discodave4
09/4/2019
07:23
Very satisfied with this update. Everything moving in the right direction. Can't wait to see next year's results with all current stores having a full trading year under their belts.
tongostl
09/4/2019
07:10
That will do nicely:https://www.investegate.co.uk/cake-box-holdings--cbox-/rns/full-year-trading-update-and-notice-of-results/201904090700105050V/
s_a_b
08/4/2019
17:01
Thx - given store openings the FY19 revenue number should be a big step up from FY18 - will be interested in any comments on new products and mature store LFL sales.
s_a_b
08/4/2019
08:24
Thanks Marty, missed that.
discodave4
07/4/2019
12:03
In the RNS dated 06 March 2019: "The Group expects to give an update on trading for the year ended 31 March 2019 in April 2019." Https://irpages2.equitystory.com/websites/rns_news/English/1100/news-tool---rns---eqs-group.html?article=28720349&company=eggfree Https://investors.eggfreecake.co.uk/regulatory-news/
martywidget
07/4/2019
11:37
Guess we should be getting results next month ?
discodave4
02/4/2019
11:19
Fairly decent sized buy gone through and not even a twitch!.
discodave4
25/3/2019
20:28
Could you post up the main themes please, thanks.
discodave4
18/3/2019
21:43
Cake box got a positive mention in tonight's evening standard financial section.
dtaliadoros
06/3/2019
07:26
Nice RNS this morning - acquisition of two warehouse and distribution centres. No trading update but they have 111 stores open, that's 25 new since March 2018. Can't fault them so far for doing what they said they would do at IPO - or investor communications.
s_a_b
23/2/2019
19:55
Whoever CAN (?!) deliver 'vegan cream cakes' is probably going to leave Greggs' sausage rolls well behind! ;-) Otherwise, as you imply, the appeal is to a strict segment of society plus those too swayed by cream cake to be fussed about sponge quality.
edmondj
23/2/2019
18:06
That's a good point about the cream not being vegan compliant! Actually it looks as though the target audience is very much an Indian one where cream is allowed: hTTps://www.tastecooking.com/no-eggs-indian-cakes/ This style of cake doesn't much appeal to me either but I can see where the demand lies (and I guess that most of the UK supermarkets and cake shops don't cater to this requirement).
randomambler
23/2/2019
17:45
As you say, some remarkably polarised views on the product, with some complaints also about the colouring staining hands (quite how it leaves the gut?!), e.g. hxxps://www.tripadvisor.co.uk/Restaurant_Review-g580415-d7046725-Reviews-The_Eggfree_Cake_Box-Gravesend_Kent_England.html The cakes can't be vegan compliant as fresh cream i.e. the loathed 'dairy' is involved, unless their 'vegetarian fresh cream' is some synthetic variant, but if 100% dairy free/vegan then it would likely be marketed as such. Quite why anyone would want to eat egg/dairy free cake, mind?!
edmondj
23/2/2019
14:21
I spoke about Cake Box the other night at an investor event and figured that I'd write up my thoughts. I haven't done in depth research on the company but there are definitely some pros and cons to consider: hTTp://www.damiancannon.com/blog/cake-box-sweet-enough-to-take-away-the-taste-of-patisserie-valerie/
randomambler
21/2/2019
19:16
No problem radioactive.Did check some recent IPO's that had subsequently issued profit warnings and a couple has the same broker managing the IPO (can't remember now though which broker it was and may have been for UPGS, LUCE and a.n.other).
discodave4
21/2/2019
09:04
Hi Disco, agree with you but the principle of listing with a few skeletons in the closet and using a listing to cash out is still valid. Maybe less so compared to other recent examples.Like I said I'm not trying to be inflammatory I'm just trying to understand the motivation of the listing for my own peace of mind about my investment.
radioactive_man
21/2/2019
08:57
RadioactiveTAP has been listed since 2014, not a recent IPO.
discodave4
21/2/2019
08:41
Must be due an update or results soon?
gswredland
16/2/2019
08:54
I hold CBOX and with all my shares I'll exit if any start trending down. I find that in most cases this takes me out before bad falls which more often than not precede bad news. It's unusual for shares to fail in uptrends though CAKE was one example (thankfully I didn't hold)
davr0s
16/2/2019
01:19
Happy holder here after some considered discussion on IPO frauds. Does anyone have any thoughts on the amount of IPO's that have gone wrong recently? CAKE, TAP, LUCE, FOOT, the list goes on and on. However most of these fit into a particular profile. Exciting growth and directors cashing out some of their holding rather than raising cash for growth. I'm sure you can see where I'm going with this... I will say I do not suspect CBOX of fraud but these companies have all appeared fine prior to an event that leads to a massive fall in the share price There may have been amber flags but nothing concrete.It could be argued that CBOX has a couple of amber flags of its own: directors cashed out (I'm not sure the listing provides any benefit to the company). The company is profitable and growing do I'm not sure why this step was taken. Unless it is to grow the share price to cash out further. Finally the stores are incredibly profitable which is a benefit of the franchise model. However it could be argued that the (incorrect) use of EBITDA and lack of LFL figures are hiding the important numbers.Not trying to be inflammatory but would welcome any comments on why this is/isn't a stupid idea.
radioactive_man
13/2/2019
11:07
Ooh there's plenty of historical financial data available if you dig deep enough. Given that CBOX is growing growing growing, these ratios seem about right to me :)
tongostl
13/2/2019
09:51
I always take ratios from newly floated companies with a pinch of salt. Not enough track record to be convincing
dtaliadoros
12/2/2019
19:23
Crikey what have you been on?
davr0s
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