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
  25.00 0.35% 7,175.00 243 16:35:10
Bid Price Offer Price High Price Low Price Open Price
7,100.00 7,250.00 7,100.00 7,100.00 7,100.00
Industry Sector Turnover (m) Profit (m) EPS - Basic PE Ratio Market Cap (m)
General Financial 291.50 22.30 300.50 23.9 199
Last Trade Time Trade Type Trade Size Trade Price Currency
16:05:02 O 75 7,100.00 GBX

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24/11/202007:38CAMELLIA the share price should be in Ј's.223
02/4/202011:38Cammelia with Charts & News2
23/11/201406:23 #CameronMustGo trending on Twitter tonight3
21/10/201011:45Cam , an undervalued stock with real assets12
22/8/200808:25Cornhill Asset Management1

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Camellia Daily Update: Camellia Plc is listed in the General Financial sector of the London Stock Exchange with ticker CAM. The last closing price for Camellia was 7,150p.
Camellia Plc has a 4 week average price of 6,350p and a 12 week average price of 6,350p.
The 1 year high share price is 9,300p while the 1 year low share price is currently 6,250p.
There are currently 2,767,200 shares in issue and the average daily traded volume is 1,136 shares. The market capitalisation of Camellia Plc is £198,546,600.
tiredoldbroker: The recent share price weakness is a buying opportunity at 7750 offered.
piedro: World Bank Predicts Recovery of Tea Prices in 2020 By Dan Bolton November 18, 2019 According to World Bank projections, the Beverage Price Index is expected to increase 2% in 2020, following a 5% decline in 2019. This month the World Bank revised its economic forecast of beverage prices upward and predicted the downward trend will stabilize in 2020. ...
cmackay: Rajah Banerjee has recently sold Makaibari to his nephew, who owns a great number of Assam tea estates. I know him well. His new company is called Rimpocha Teas. Orange Valley is owned by a company I can't recall the name of right now, but they have about half a dozen estates in India. Neither of them supply anyone, they are the pinnacle of tea growing and are sold as single estate orthodox teas. Makaibari has the record for highest price achieved at auction (private sakes gave achieved even higher).
coolen: Kakuzi retains a full London share listing, but no marketmaker. Why cannot the guys at Camellia remedy this ?
nerdlinger: Thanks for the link coolen, I now know how to pronounce Camellia. I finally placed my order with Goodricke on their website, it might take a while to ship but I will update with a review of our tea. Incidentally that Margaret's Hope high grade tea I got was nice but I don't think the high price was justified,
cascudi: Equity 430m Vs mcap of 287m ... Seems cheap to meDividend has increased and interim was better then forecastI don't think they deserved a 30pc drop in price. But this share is very volatile due to the low number of share in issue so everything can happen.
cascudi: This is company is trading 30 per cent below book value. So undervalued. Only 2m share outstanding. Great businesses diversification
bamboo2: Bought a few of these on the recent turn and Inverse head and shoulders pattern. Target price, min. tp approx. 14615
coolen: Talking of Kakuzi (the London and Kenya Listed Camellia subsidiary), what has happened to its London share quote ? Winterflood was the jobber. Kakuzi now as shows as "Fully listed" but with no quote.
piedro: Almond news from California .. Despite price drop Growing almonds still profitable in California A recent report indicates strong consumer demand for almonds, suggesting that production of the nut will remain profitable for most California growers, despite a sharp drop in prices since last summer. However, it also highlights looming challenges for nut growers in the southern Central Valley. Rabobank’s assessment says Golden State almond producers are expected to harvest some 2 billion pounds this fall, which roughly equals the record crop of 2011-12. Not coincidentally, that high level of production has come as prices paid to growers have dropped to about $2 per pound, less than half what they were as recently as August, when the industry was still benefiting from past production shortfalls and a strong U.S. dollar. Rabobank’s report says the good news for growers, at least in the long term, is rising demand for the nuts. “More plentiful harvests and, now, lower prices will again encourage more consumption of almonds,” reads the report released late last month. It was authored by Rabobank’s senior fresh produce analyst, Vernon Crowder. Two aspects of the report were less than optimistic for local growers. First, it says almond prices probably won’t rise above $2.33 per pound, their average during the last decade, for another two to three years. But once prices reach that point, the report predicts, they won’t drop below it for at least 10 years. Perhaps more importantly to Kern’s farming industry, Rabobank predicts more and more almond orchards in the southern Central Valley will be converted to other crops because of unreliable surface water supplies. Bakersfield-area almond grower Richard Enns agreed the nut remains profitable for many local growers. But he said low prices are tempting owners of older, less productive orchards to consider replanting them with other crops. “It is questionable if they'll go back to almonds, or maybe they'll go to pistachios or table grapes,” he said, adding that almond prices will likely rebound once the global economy fully recovers from the recession. Source: Publication date: 6/3/2016
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