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Camellia Plc

70.00 (1.44%)
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 Shares Traded Last Trade
  70.00 1.44% 4,920.00 202 16:35:18
Bid Price Offer Price High Price Low Price Open Price
4,840.00 5,000.00 4,900.00 4,800.00 4,800.00
Industry Sector Turnover (m) Profit (m) EPS - Basic PE Ratio Market Cap (m)
Nonclassifiable Establishmnt 320.90 -13.00 - - 135.89
Last Trade Time Trade Type Trade Size Trade Price Currency
09:50:02 AT 75 4,900.00 GBX

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Posted at 12/5/2023 07:38 by 1c3479z
their apple diversification to try to obtain UK earnings is a failure and that's after selling some of their also failing engineering uK businesses,
always considered the supermarkets were far too powerful in negotiating the apple price- they've put the price up 25% in store and given the grower 0.8% this year according to Farmer's today on R4 this week...

Posted at 05/5/2023 10:25 by 1tx
Thanks EezzyMunny for giving details of Linton Park;When the estate round the house was sold in 2015 I had not realised CAM was the buyer;this as indicated makes the property far more valuable even if there is a shortage of dodgy Russian buyers at present!

The Bardsley Apple purchase was a total disaster.My understanding is that much of land used is leased this could lead to us paying rent for years in addition even if growing ceases.

I have a modest holding here bought fairly recently at sub £50;but even though the book asset value is vastly higher & the real cost for example of replicating the Tea Estates would be astronomical unless these core businesses actually make a return it is at moment difficult to justify a higher share price even if the value of potentially sellable surplus parts like land,property & investments comes close to present market value.

Posted at 08/3/2023 07:07 by boystown
"significant improvement to our expectations"

WTF? Don't CAM realise the tradition for bad news only?

Posted at 20/2/2023 14:46 by 1tx
Let's hope BBC have not been looking at Kakuzi's operations as well as those of Finlay (owned by Swire) and Unilever and found anything wrong.It is of course a likely target for investigation following previous problems.It does highlight a problem for CAM.Kakuzi is a listed Kenyan company with outside mainly Kenyan shareholders;albeit with a CAM majority shareholding.Its board of directors & advisory board is made up of Kenyan Nationals with according to their CV's a very high level of expertise & professional qualification with a single CAM appointed non exec.How far should UK Company be held responsible for Kenyan operations?
Posted at 20/2/2023 09:18 by crumppot
Is that good for CAM?
Posted at 14/11/2022 10:05 by crumppot
THE NAV of Camellia must be almost double the share price
Posted at 27/9/2022 06:31 by russman
The share price is at a steep discount to NTAV.
Is NTAV over-stated or the share price undervalued.

Posted at 01/9/2022 10:37 by tiredoldbroker
This is a great long-term buying opportunity, at £55. The key phrase from the announcement is "We eagerly await the result of BF&M's strategic options review". With a BF&M share price of BMD$24, CAM's 37.4% stake is worth some £70.2m, and this is now for sale. There's also £10m+ to come in gradually from sales of the Collections and redundant UK properties. Net cash £37m, investments £35m. That's more than the mkt cap of CAM. The Trading businesses are effectively in for less than nothing, and at the point where the BF&M stake is realised, the size of the cash inflow will attract attention.

The nature of agricultural businesses is that weather, variable harvests, negotiations with 3rd-world governments and pricing fluctuations combine to mean that you won't get the steady progress you might get from a widget maker. A year ago, I doubt that many people would have accurately forecast even 2022's UK weather, never mind the worldwide surge in oil prices and inflation generally. So it's about opportunity and patience.

Posted at 11/6/2022 22:58 by coolen
Re their desire to "improve share price performance":

I see that their quoted subsidiary Kakuzi has a full London Stock Exchange Listing. which presumably CAM pay for.

But no market maker and thus a blank share price quote.

Posted at 10/6/2022 09:48 by eezymunny
"As announced in the AGM statement in June, the Board of Camellia is undertaking a series of measures aimed at re-balancing the Group's portfolio of investments in order to take better advantage of its strengths, and thereby to improve profitability and share price performance"

They clearly have their eye on the miserable share price performance. I´d launch a buy back at these levels while the share price in the (historic) doldrums.

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