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Stock Name Stock Symbol Market Stock Type Stock ISIN Stock Description
Carclo Plc CAR London Ordinary Share GB0001751915 ORD 5P
  Price Change Price Change % Stock Price Low Price High Price Open Price Close Price Last Trade
-0.01 -0.18% 5.70 5.22 5.88 5.22 5.71 16:35:13
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CHEMICALS

Carclo CAR Dividends History

Announcement Date Type Currency Dividend Amount Period Start Period End Ex Date Record Date Payment Date Total Dividend Amount
07/06/2016FinalGBX1.9531/03/201531/03/201625/08/201626/08/201607/10/20162.85
17/11/2015InterimGBX0.930/03/201530/09/201503/03/201604/03/201605/04/20160
09/06/2015FinalGBX1.931/03/201431/03/201527/08/201528/08/201502/10/20152.75
18/11/2014InterimGBX0.8530/03/201430/09/201405/03/201506/03/201510/04/20150
10/06/2014FinalGBX1.831/03/201331/03/201427/08/201429/08/201403/10/20142.65
19/11/2013InterimGBX0.8530/03/201330/09/201326/02/201428/02/201408/04/20140
11/06/2013FinalGBX1.7531/03/201231/03/201328/08/201330/08/201304/10/20132.55
20/11/2012InterimGBX0.830/03/201230/09/201227/02/201301/03/201309/04/20130
12/06/2012FinalGBX1.6531/03/201131/03/201215/08/201217/08/201221/09/20122.4
22/11/2011InterimGBX0.7530/03/201130/09/201129/02/201202/03/201210/04/20120
07/06/2011FinalGBX1.531/03/201031/03/201117/08/201119/08/201123/09/20112.2
23/11/2010InterimGBX0.730/03/201030/09/201002/03/201104/03/201106/04/20110
08/06/2010FinalGBX1.3531/03/200931/03/201004/08/201006/08/201009/09/20102
24/11/2009InterimGBX0.6530/03/200930/09/200903/03/201005/03/201006/04/20100
09/06/2009FinalGBX1.3531/03/200831/03/200905/08/200907/08/200910/09/20092
25/11/2008InterimGBX0.6530/03/200830/09/200804/03/200906/03/200906/04/20090
10/06/2008FinalGBX1.331/03/200731/03/200806/08/200808/08/200811/09/20081.9
27/11/2007InterimGBX0.630/03/200730/09/200727/02/200829/02/200807/04/20080
04/06/2007FinalGBX1.231/03/200631/03/200708/08/200710/08/200713/09/20071.6
04/12/2006InterimGBX0.430/03/200630/09/200628/02/200702/03/200710/04/20070
12/06/2006FinalGBX0.831/03/200531/03/200609/08/200611/08/200614/09/20061.2
05/12/2005InterimGBX0.430/03/200530/09/200501/03/200603/03/200606/04/20060
13/06/2005FinalGBX0.831/03/200431/03/200503/08/200505/08/200508/09/20051.2
06/12/2004InterimGBX0.430/03/200430/09/200402/03/200504/03/200506/04/20050
14/06/2004FinalGBX0.831/03/200331/03/200404/08/200406/08/200409/09/20041.2
08/12/2003InterimGBX0.430/03/200330/09/200303/03/200405/03/200406/04/20040
16/06/2003FinalGBX1.231/03/200231/03/200306/08/200308/08/200311/09/20031.2
18/06/2001FinalGBX7.5631/03/200031/03/200131/03/200110/08/200113/09/200111
04/12/2000InterimGBX3.4430/03/200030/09/200028/02/200102/03/200106/04/20010
19/06/2000FinalGBX7.5631/03/199931/03/200007/08/200011/08/200014/09/200011

Top Dividend Posts

DateSubject
08/4/2020
12:30
rivaldo: Good to see buying coming in now at 7.88p. The share price was at 5.25p or so before the info about the COVID-19 response was posted, so a 50% jump isn't too bad at all.... Last year's year end update was on 17th April, so I'm assuming this year's is coming soon. Judging by the article from the USA, trading and prospects at CAR's global medical facilities should be terrific. This will probably be slightly offset by reduced forecasts for the much smaller Aerospace division during the virus lockdown. As an aside, by pure luck the timing of the disposal of Wipac in late 2019 for a total £11.5m was perfect given the collapse in the auto industry since then (which imo is unlikely to ever recover to prior levels, but that's another story). At least that's one thing the management here got right.
06/2/2020
11:04
wigwammer: Baner - in fairness I take reds point about growth. Maintenance spend in line with depreciation will keep the business ticking over, but growth will be harder to come by. But as I previously suggest, if £5m or 7p a share is being moved into the coffers of equity holders each year, that's - very decent return from a (now) sub 10p share price base.
05/2/2020
16:25
wigwammer: Another fact is - it isn't being wound up today... and if they can repay £5m to trustees/bond holders per annum, and the enterprise value stays constant, that's £5m that moves from the liability pot into equity holders hands each year. With 74m shares, that's worth about 7 pence a year. With a share price of 10p, I suspect most people would be quite happy with that level of return pa, growth or no growth :)
30/1/2020
21:57
valuschmalu: Pension trustees really need to get a shifty on and agree the deficit contributions pronto. The more they dither and the more share price drifts lower, the more likely credit insurance is pulled for suppliers and you enter the death spiral. If they stand behind the company there is a chance company recovers and pensions can be paid in full. If it does down, deferred pensioners will take a guaranteed haircut on their pensions
22/12/2019
20:30
valuschmalu: You would have to think there will be a decent pop up in the share price tomorrow morning. Ends the day 14-15p?
20/12/2019
17:39
boadicea: https://uk.advfn.com/stock-market/london/carclo-CAR/share-news/Carclo-plc-Exit-from-Wipac-business/81403927 Well, that substantially clears the way forward at some apparent cost but I haven't evaluated that yet. At a quick glance it looks possibly sustainable with a fair wind, i.e. continued good profitabiity in the retained entities. I am assuming banks etc are fully in the picture and have given the nod to continuing support on the chosen path.
06/12/2019
10:50
dangersimpson2: I agree that there is some asymmetry in the pension liabilities - the equity in the company cannot be worth less than zero. But it is a real debt that will take cash that would otherwise accrue to equity holders. The increase in the pension deficit of c£20m recently is a real killer because it has happened when the company is financially weak. I think £70-80m is a pretty punchy valuation for the remaining businesses. Combined operating profit was £8.1m in FY19 but there are £2.9m of central costs unallocated. They will save something not having WIPAC, but not all of these. So say they save £1m and are left with £1.9m ongoing central costs. (They cannot sell of thee businesses and delist to save all the central costs because this would crystalise the pension deficit and a buyout valuation would be much higher than the £49.1 deficit.) So £6.2m EBITDA. c.7x EBITDA would seem reasonable giving more like a £40-50m valuation. Let's be generous and say £50m £26.6m Debt - £1m Czech Sale + £49.1m PD = £74.7m liabilities. So Equity Value = WIPAC Sale + £50m - £74.7m = WIPAC Sale - £24.7m So they need to get at least £25m for WIPAC for the equity to have any value, and more than £35m for the valuation to be above the current share price, and that is with some generous assumptions. The pessimistic view would be more like the £50m I mentioned originally. Yes, a £20m improvement in pension deficit and a WIPAC sale for c£15m would justify the current share price, or a sale of WIPAC for £30m would give a 3x, but it is the expected value that matters not just the ratio of downside to upside. If the probability of a £20m reduction in PD AND a sale of WIPAC for £30m is less than 25% then the expected value is still lower than the current price. Personally, I rate the combined probability of those events much lower than 25%, others may take a different view.
05/12/2019
22:05
dangersimpson2: Interesting find, price is the big question. Given the c£80m size of the debt & pension deficit, I think they need to get at least £50m for WIPAC for the rest to be worth more than the current share price.
18/11/2019
08:36
queeny2: Consort accept cash bid at 40% premium.Which is STILL well below their share price when they bid for Carclo.Don't get excited about that, please.
14/5/2019
09:44
rivaldo: Lakestreet continue to buy. They've come from nowhere over recent months and now have almost 10%: Https://uk.advfn.com/stock-market/london/carclo-CAR/share-news/Carclo-plc-Holdings-in-Company/79903838 They and Duroc now own 23% of CAR between them. If Duroc make an offer they'd probably have to offer around 48p based on prior purchases.
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