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Share Name Share Symbol Market Type Share ISIN Share Description
Cake Box Holdings Plc LSE:CBOX London Ordinary Share GB00BDZWB751 ORD GBP0.01
  Price Change % Change Share Price Shares Traded Last Trade
  5.50 2.9% 195.00 24,311 16:35:02
Bid Price Offer Price High Price Low Price Open Price
182.00 200.00 191.00 189.50 189.50
Industry Sector Turnover (m) Profit (m) EPS - Basic PE Ratio Market Cap (m)
Food Producers 21.91 4.21 8.42 23.2 78
Last Trade Time Trade Type Trade Size Trade Price Currency
16:35:02 UT 3,000 195.00 GBX

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22/5/2022
09:20
Cake Box Daily Update: Cake Box Holdings Plc is listed in the Food Producers sector of the London Stock Exchange with ticker CBOX. The last closing price for Cake Box was 189.50p.
Cake Box Holdings Plc has a 4 week average price of 175p and a 12 week average price of 137p.
The 1 year high share price is 426p while the 1 year low share price is currently 137p.
There are currently 40,000,000 shares in issue and the average daily traded volume is 42,534 shares. The market capitalisation of Cake Box Holdings Plc is £78,000,000.
23/4/2022
22:03
saurish: Fair point, but there is plenty to choose from at various price points. We ordered the smallest most basic cake as it was only for few. We had no complaints about the quality or taste. I think the cheaper priced ones are great to lure in customers who could potentially spend more once they taste the product.
21/4/2022
19:58
pogue: I bought and sold on the way up the last spike so not like I havent bought here before. I am not into 5 year long buy and holds in AIM I see too many black swans in this market for that approach this share is a prime example of that this year. I like to see a share that is undervalued or has a rerating coming for either a world event change or about to possible strike something like gold, oil or drug discovery that can cause a rerate. I have generally lent towards pharma, miners and O&G stocks for that reason. This is a bargain just now but it could go lower I am not seeing where the upside drivers are in the macro, inflation and recession are not good for retailers. Miners and O&G on the other hand should do well as commodities will rise in value, their production costs will rise as well though. Here costs are rising and the value or desirability of a cake is likely to fall as the price rises. It maybe it has a loyal following but even oil which is a necessity really is seeing demand destruction at current high prices.
20/4/2022
12:41
pogue: So the plan is to absorb some costs, pass some on and increase the retail price as they did in January. So more expensive product and potentially lower profit margins. So they have no magic plan. Netflix I suggest is less of a luxury than a birthday cake and its getting hit hard with a price rise making people cancel. Still not seeing why this is a good place in a high inflation recessionary environment. Would like to as I want to invest but not ticking the boxes.
13/4/2022
16:39
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?
13/4/2022
13:50
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
13/4/2022
12:51
pogue: Belgian bakers and pastry chefs are struggling with fluor and power costs rising. Really cannot see how Cake Box are immune to this. If you cant make money making bread or pastries in Belgium things are tough. hTTps://www.euronews.com/my-europe/2022/03/10/brussels-bakers-struggle-to-make-ends-meet-as-flour-prices-soar .....Szalies has already had to let go of one of his team and now has a single pastry chef helping him across his two workshops. Albert Denoncin, co-president of the Belgian Bakery and Pastry Confederation, has warned that the problem could be about to get even worse. “We must not forget that Ukraine is the granary of Europe, and with what is happening at the moment, there is nothing more coming out of Ukraine,” he said. “This means that tomorrow we could see the price of flour quadruple, which wouldn't surprise us, given the current circumstances.” For Belgium’s 3,500 bakeries and pastry shops, wheat is not the only thing that is getting more expensive. Energy prices have skyrocketed and are set to increase even more during 2022 as Europe slashes the amount of natural gas it imports from Russia and oil prices rise. "Last year we were paying 3,000 euros a month for electricity and we've just received an adjustment of 9,000 euros,” he said. “So I'll let you imagine, the worst is yet to come. Next year, how much we will pay, I have no idea.”
13/4/2022
08:24
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.
05/4/2022
11:48
robinnicolson: There is an interesting two-page piece on Cake Box in the latest newsletter from Howay Investments. They have been buying into the share price weakness: hTTps://static1.squarespace.com/static/60773cd8a5a47248e4732731/t/624ad4dfcca36f2140897d10/1649071327812/April+2022+factsheet.pdf
14/3/2022
08:27
brummy_git: Reassuring trading update today from Cake Box Find out all the news & latest valuation here. www.linkedin.com/posts/paul-hill-a5994116_cbox-cbox-activity-6909049884310392832-bLBk
08/11/2021
07:16
davemarn: Awesome charts in Cake No shorts here? Angus Energy 0.90p Positives • Equipment should be arriving on site Nov 21 – Feb 22 proving this isn’t hot air! • Permitting and Approvals expected early December 2021 • First time in 2 years a Project is about to become a reality early 2022 • Huge rise in Gas Prices (300-400%): 51% stake in onshore Saltfleeby Gas Asset • 52% recent upgrade to NPV10 from a revised CPR of Gas Asset now £25.5m (£9m market cap) • £12m fully funded for Saltfleeby • Sidetrack to Gas Project Planning Permission in place to try and double output • £1.4m Convertible Loan Note holdings extended deadline to April 2023 for final payment! • 2x Director Buys of 1m each mid 2021 • £8m potential funding with Aleph and Associates for a valid Geothermal play • 165m Warrants of £2.1m at 1.36p average potentially available • 26m Employee Options at 1.5p but fully vesting at 2p too Negatives • A group of Locals persistently fester on UK Share Forums to stop any buying momentum, the success in market cap makes it harder to stop any of their projects dead in its tracks! • A substantial undercurrent set of Short Sellers who seem to be betting against delivery and pre-gas price rally; now hurting and desperate to close out their positions – towards First Gas Q1-Q2 2022. Their short positions could create a dramatic squeeze to 2p alone IMO. • Legacy Oil Assets and failed projects knocked share price and confidence of Long Term Holders • Geothermal Progress Seems Slow • Delays seem to bother some impatient traders but Aleph have stumped £12m loan! Share Price Predictions? • Harmonics showing 2-3.5p target? • Management believes 3.5p per share is Fair Value vs. 0.90p share price GLA WTFDIK DYOR
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