Share Name Share Symbol Market Type Share ISIN Share Description
Camellia Plc LSE:CAM London Ordinary Share GB0001667087 ORD 10P
  Price Change % Change Share Price Bid Price Offer Price High Price Low Price Open Price Shares Traded Last Trade
  -200.00p -1.88% 10,450.00p 10,400.00p 10,500.00p 10,500.00p 10,400.00p 10,500.00p 444 16:35:21
Industry Sector Turnover (m) Profit (m) EPS - Basic PE Ratio Market Cap (m)
General Financial 309.8 52.5 912.4 11.5 289

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DateSubjectAuthorDiscuss
11/7/2005
16:16
It's only taken ADVFN 5 years or so to correct it...
wiganer
11/7/2005
16:10
rambutan - ha ha well spotted! I thought it was too good to be true! I think i could die happy if only one of my stocks put in that performance one day!
bingobarnes
11/7/2005
15:52
theyve adjusted the price into pence from pounds!
rambutan2
11/7/2005
15:33
cant be right although when you do a dummy trade then it gives that price so must be.Someone has made a screw up somewhere
mattsmit11
11/7/2005
15:30
...and the dividend yield is 135.41% !!
bingobarnes
11/7/2005
15:21
thats wot i thought theres not even any news to indicate such a rise
mattsmit11
11/7/2005
14:29
What's with the rise?!! Some mistake surely?!
bingobarnes
04/6/2005
15:13
thanks picnic, wondered why i couldnt find any mention of it before!
rambutan2
04/6/2005
14:44
rambutan, think you have got your plants mixed up.Camomille have been an investor in PGI for years , nothing to do with Camellia(as far as I know anyway).
picnic
04/6/2005
14:18
post rights stake in pgi of 4.99%... http://www.uk-wire.com/cgi-bin/articles/200506031545341501N.html anyone any views on possible hidden horrors eg pension liabilities etc which could cause future probs in this legal loving world?
rambutan2
04/2/2004
10:45
Last nights close £45 still shown as 45p on advfn. I notice advfn must have alterred £ into ? to confuse. I have corrected mine
washbrook
05/12/2003
07:16
Timbra correct share price is£43.5 not 43.5p as shown by advfn. CAP=£112.9m shares in issue 2.6m
washbrook
09/10/2003
20:41
makes a little more sense when you know ADVFN have it all wrong & it's £35, not £0.35.
jhan66
09/10/2003
20:39
I really don't understand this. A market cap of £1million, pre tax profits of £2million. Share price of 35p, and a dividend of 20p that goes ex div this month. Whats the catch? Surely its worth buying just for the dividend?
timbra
30/5/2003
14:52
W, Thought your view was too strong to be objective, until I realised you meant it really should be in £'s & ADVFN have it all wrong. 66p dividend next week on a 37p share would have done nicely, never mind. Company seems reasonably priced and with 55% owned by Camellia AG, I'll only watch for the moment. Nice sector though, very upbeat on these commodities
jhan66
30/5/2003
11:20
+0, (£37.50) at 10:10am 30.05.03 :at the AGM chairman said that its operations in India and Bangladesh have made a positive start to the year with reasonable crops and, in the case of Bangladesh, reasonable prices. The Indian tea market continues to be influenced by the ability of bought leaf tea factories to produce tea at a substantially lower cost of production than the organised plantation sector. The company continues to look to the government to ensure that the Indian tea operations operate on a level playing field. El Nino appears to be on the wane, although at the beginning of the current year it contributed to very dry conditions in Kenya and South Africa and crops are somewhat reduced from those anticipated. Tea prices have also been disappointing in the first few months of the year, but the main impact on our tea operations at the moment is the very strong South African Rand, which over the last few months has appreciated by nearly 35%. The profitability of exporters such as Camellia whose products are sold in dollars has been adversely affected. The strong Rand appears to be supported by high real interest rates and until these rates are reduced it is difficult to see any alleviation of the problem. Also disappointing is the continuing low price of coffee on world markets, which presents difficulties for the company's operations in Kenya. Work continues on reducing the cost of production wherever possible. On a more positive note, this year's avocado crop in Kenya should again make a useful contribution to the profits of Kakuzi. The citrus and wine grape operations in Australia are also continuing to experience dry conditions, although it is hoped that this year's navel crop will produce larger fruit which will be easier to market. The SARS epidemic in the Far East has affected some of the wholesale markets, but has not at the moment had any major impact on our exports from Australia into the Asian markets. The strong Rand will also have a detrimental effect on the Western Cape table grape and wine operations. Unseasonal rain has affected the harvest of table grapes in Chile, but the prospects for the citrus and wine grape harvest in that country appear to be reasonable. In the UK the engineering businesses continue to suffer from a sluggish market, although some operations have secured good contracts, which should be completed this year. The cold storage and food distribution operations are still having to combat increased costs, particularly in respect of insurance premiums and labour costs. After an exceptionally good year in 2002, Siegfried anticipates a year of consolidation. Duncan Lawrie operates in a very difficult market at this time, but the company is comfortable with its ability to return to worthwhile profitability when more favourable general market conditions emerge. Climatic conditions and commodity prices remain unpredictable and make it impossible to anticipate with any certainty the likely results for the first half of this year.
washbrook
11/5/2002
16:56
Thanks ARGY2
donny b
11/5/2002
16:30
DonnyB.......try www.dpreview.com
argy2
11/5/2002
14:04
I am thinking of buying a digital camera but thought I would ask a few questions for people with a better knowledge than me. A friend of mine has a Nikon 775 which seems to produce reasonable quality pictures but I found that on dark background colours especially navy there is some pixel like pattens that are very apparent when looked at under a bright light,is this the norm with these cameras or is it the camera itself.Also is there a marked difference between a 2.1 and 3 megapixel camera. What is the best place on the net for selection and price of digital cameras ? Many thanks.
donny b
18/2/2002
00:47
mi££ions Since I was brought up to hold doors open for the femail of the species I have found a better response is "I thought I was holding the door open for a lady, clearly I was mistaken". It usually causes them to to be lost for words for a while. Normally around 5 milliseconds! LOL
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