Share Name Share Symbol Market Type Share ISIN Share Description
Carclo LSE:CAR London Ordinary Share GB0001751915 ORD 5P
  Price Change % Change Share Price Bid Price Offer Price High Price Low Price Open Price Shares Traded Last Trade
  +2.70p +3.36% 83.00p 82.00p 83.60p 83.00p 80.00p 83.00p 248,479 16:35:29
Industry Sector Turnover (m) Profit (m) EPS - Basic PE Ratio Market Cap (m)
Chemicals 138.3 10.5 11.5 7.2 60.83

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DateSubjectAuthorDiscuss
19/1/2018
15:07
I think you're looking at the wrong business. Although wipac is experiencing order delays this is a normal risk, normal experience. As long term people here will know, I believe OEM motor suppliers are always doomed to be price takers, they have zero power however theoretically embedded in a supply chain they are. Carclo vs Porsche, who wins that negotiation?The statement on CTP, the real core business, was new news, and not good news.
queeny2
19/1/2018
14:48
With automotive NPI, it is common for negotiations on price and supply agreements to delay the contract award. They will have been involved in the vehicle development and hence are all but tied into the supply chain.
rogerrail
19/1/2018
13:32
PUGLY - I agree, all things considered, and extrapolating from past record, the vultures will soon be gathering. Glad I made a quick 25% out of them this year, but now would not touch with barge pole.
bigtbigt
19/1/2018
11:16
CURRYPASTY - To answer your 689 possibly sub 50p with a fund raise at >40p. Just a wild guess - 2nd option a very low ball take out / take private by a vulture fund.
pugugly
19/1/2018
11:07
" However, while the Wipac business has continued to operate well, delays in the award of three new contracts are expected to materially reduce the division's profit for the current year. It is still anticipated that Wipac will be successful in winning a number of these programmes despite the uncertainty on timing. " What if they don't win any of them ?
currypasty
19/1/2018
11:00
How bad can it be? Surely their luck must be due to turn? Not the most rigorous or conservative analysis, I know, but I've reinvested the money raised from my sale in August and got twice as many shares as I sold. Unfortunately I didn't sell my whole holding in August. As I read the TU, they are still expecting to be profitable in the full year, although 2H won't be "stronger" than 1H. Since they don't explicitly talk about "lower profitability" for 2H, I guess an outright loss for 2H is possible but profitable for the year. Then "healthy year on year growth" for 2018/19. Having said that, their recent track record on guidance hasn't been great, obviously. They also have a fair bit of goodwill sitting on their balance sheet which might come under pressure from a new broom in finance, and the falls in corporate bond yields in 4Q won't have done their pension liabilities any good.
1gw
17/1/2018
13:10
It's also presumably quite difficult for an insti to grab a significant number of shares anytime except when there are lots of keen sellers about. So if they believe in the medium /long term prospects this might just be an opportunity not to pass up.
kazoom
17/1/2018
13:06
I never read anything into fund holdings - it ain't their money.
yump
17/1/2018
12:05
Difficult to conclude anything other than Aberporth are party to more precise information than the woolly statement than was issued Monday as I cant see how they can base their subsequent investment decisions on that.
rogerrail
17/1/2018
11:54
RNS - Aberforth continue to mop up shares at these levels. They've now have 11.6%, or 8.48m shares and must have bought over another 600,000 shares on Monday and Tuesday: Https://www.investegate.co.uk/carclo-plc--car-/rns/holding-s--in-company/201801171127181432C/
rivaldo
16/1/2018
14:34
May I refer you to the album cover for Floyd's Animals LP.
yump
16/1/2018
14:00
The directors of Carclo should look at this chart and ponder on their individual responsibility for this sorry state of affairs.
meijiman
16/1/2018
13:15
For Eastbourne1982 In the interests of transparency have exited yesterday's purchase for a quick profit but still well underwater on original holding. !! PUGUGLY 15 Jan '18 - 14:27 - 663 of 679 Edit 0 0 0 Eastbourne1982 bottom fished at 8:20am but still well under water on total holding
pugugly
16/1/2018
12:55
I wonder what they paid for the core 10 ish percent... double, treble todays price? (they were a fiver a few years ago) bet they are a bit sick.. institutions eh!!!
currypasty
16/1/2018
12:34
Aberforth Partners are buying - they've now increased to 10.74%: Https://www.investegate.co.uk/carclo-plc--car-/rns/holding-s--in-company/201801161144590260C/
rivaldo
16/1/2018
09:46
I am not holding - and debt concerns following the lack of traction with Printable was one reason, having got badly burned on Dyson (DYS). I would like to invest here again having originally invested in the 20p days. I just keep an eye on them, waiting for a sound opportunity. Would appreciate some thoughts on AEG from some long termers on here. I have a solid holding and they feel like they are just waiting to burst up. But coated HDD surfaces, printable electronics etc... I could just as easily be wrong. Anyone else looked at them? Mkt Cap has multiplied on fundraising over the last couple of years - always makes the heart heavy. But if their coal drop-in replacement is adopted, could be absolutely massive... Been here before - genuinely interested in some views from people on here who are coming up to a couple of decades on these BBs. G.
garth
16/1/2018
09:29
Mismanagement and a refusal to face facts and living on blind hope is a fatal combination. The full story needs to be seen in the context of the entirety of the releases put out by the company.
meijiman
16/1/2018
09:06
Took a loss on these yesterday - can't be doing with it any more and the best upside is I reckon 100p. There are others now where I think 25% is more likely in a much shorter timeframe. Very disappointing. I kept some after all the hype and bought a few more when the forecasts seemed to be improving for the future, thinking I'd got the bottom. It does make you want to march into boardrooms and create merry hell, when they seem incapable of making a genuine assessment of their own business in RNS's. All hindsight I know, but I wonder what would have happened to the printable side if they had had a better team in place... I wonder if they really tried to sell to anyone other than Atmel and then rested on their laurels when they got that agreement. It just brings it home that success is also down to having a whole group of very competent people at the helm and that doesn't happen that often and its very, very difficult to judge. Meeting them at events won't do it - gut feel doesn't work, especially when you've had a nice friendly enthusiastic chat.
yump
16/1/2018
00:30
Bits and bobs. I should be better at the long side, i'd be better off.
queeny2
16/1/2018
00:09
Just out of curiosity are you invested in anything as an investment ?
yump
15/1/2018
23:26
Illis, any counter view to mine?
queeny2
15/1/2018
23:25
The only way that statement could be worse is if the CEO had gone as well as the FD.Profit warnings come in threes. They're on two. Another to come under that rule. Whammy - profit warningDouble whammy - SIGNIFICANTLY below, and next year for sure tooTreble whammy - BOTH businessesQuad whammy - strategic review of ctp marginsQuin whammy - FD goes (banks/pension trustee?)Quad is interesting ... They don't really make money in CTP without new tooling contracts, so pricing of ongoing business is all wrong. In addition they haven't solved their operational issues yet .... the reason is that they are fairly structural imho, it's all part of the same story.I missed today, in wrong time zone, but it's a flat or short, use any opportunity to exit imho. I will be looking for openings to short from here.
queeny2
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