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Share Name Share Symbol Market Type Share ISIN Share Description
Carclo Plc 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
  0.28 3.12% 9.25 9.00 9.50 9.32 9.30 9.32 396,409 16:35:22
Industry Sector Turnover (m) Profit (m) EPS - Basic PE Ratio Market Cap (m)
Chemicals 144.9 -14.7 -25.4 - 7

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13/11/2017
11:55
Thanks for that riv - duly registered, looking forward to it. (but 2:45 AM ???? ) [typo hopefully!]
kazoom
13/11/2017
09:30
Results are out tomorrow. FYI CAR are also doing an hour-long Equity Development webinar presentation of the results on Thursday at 2.45 - you can register here: Https://register.gotowebinar.com/register/6469443241525219841
rivaldo
08/11/2017
09:29
"Dirt cheap" growth stock: Http://www.fool.co.uk/investing/2017/11/07/2-dirt-cheap-growth-stocks-to-consider-in-november/ "2 dirt-cheap growth stocks to consider in November Ian Pierce | Tuesday, 7th November, 2017 After growing earnings by double-digits in each of the last four years, shares of specialist manufacturer Carclo (LSE: CAR) trade at only 10.8 times forward earnings, which has put the firm on my watch list. The company is fairly diversified with three main divisions: technical moulds for the medical devices industry that brought in £88m in the year to March, making exterior lights for supercars that accounted for £43m in sales, and an aircraft components division that grossed £7m. Each of these end markets has performed very well in recent years and increased volumes have improved operational gearing, leading to the firm’s operating margins increasing annually from 5.39% in 2013 to 8.3% in fiscal 2017. However, it’s not all roses and butterflies for Carclo as the UK’s decision to exit the EU has thrown up significant roadblocks for the firm. Brexit wreaked havoc on the bond markets and led to a sharp fall in the bond yields it used to discount its pension obligations. Because of this, its net pension liabilities rose from £18.9m to £27m year-on-year in 2017, which wiped out the firm’s excess cash position, increased leverage and led it to cancel its dividend for the year. But even with that in mind, Carclo was never a huge income stock and analysts have pencilled in earnings increases of 5% and 20% for the next two years respectively as global GDP growth remains high, stoking demand for each of its end markets. Economic tailwinds and a history of making smart bolt-on acquisitions makes hitting these forecasts entirely reasonable. And with a very attractive valuation, I’ll be digging into Carclo some more in November."
rivaldo
07/11/2017
08:03
Sorry I was going by Digital Look which gave Carclo and First Derivatives for today. I should stick to IC.
petewy
06/11/2017
12:20
Oh - others have said the same thing already - doh!
kazoom
06/11/2017
12:14
Cheers - next Tuesday the 14th it is: Http://www.carclo.co.uk/investors/financial-calendar
rivaldo
06/11/2017
11:21
Tomorrow? That's a little surprising as they reported a week later than that last year and CAR are usually pretty consistent date-wise with their results announcements.
ansc
05/11/2017
20:51
Results Tuesday
petewy
03/11/2017
11:30
It certainly has good markets to operate in https://www.investegate.co.uk/edison-investment-research-lim--car-/eqs/edison-issues-outlook-on-carclo--car-/20171003094056EEDOX/
zipstuck
01/11/2017
21:52
Small amount of interest and up she goes, obviously very little stock about if they need to push share price up so quick, although they are fairly illiquid anyway... Good news hopefully...
beeezzz
01/11/2017
16:09
Now look what you've done 9 degreeS 😂
spudders
01/11/2017
15:54
short of stock by the look of it only share price has increased to meet buying
9degrees
01/11/2017
15:52
wow what is that increase for ? 9% !
9degrees
26/10/2017
16:56
Investors appear easily spooked at the moment. Every share I've got that is on a bottom trendline seems to be generating 'what if its doomed' type posts.
yump
19/10/2017
13:13
So far today 4,545 shares recorded as sold, 15,547 shares bought and the price is down 6.5p. Supply and demand?
ansc
12/10/2017
21:03
PLCs don't usually give notice of the date of trading updates. I've seen it on a few occasions, but it's not generally the case. Besides, CAR have never done so in the past so it really isn't an issue or "strange" in the least.
rivaldo
12/10/2017
12:40
does seem strange why the company can't confirm a date ....
meijiman
12/10/2017
11:21
Bouncing nicely on AT trade buying at 144p this morning prior to the trading update due tomorrow or next week.
rivaldo
09/10/2017
09:34
Cheers 1gw, that's good news. A £132,000 buy at 137p this morning has got the share price moving up nicely prior to the trading update likely this week.
rivaldo
09/10/2017
08:55
The latest Barnett Waddingham paper shows a further small improvement in 15-year corporate bond yields by end-September vs end-June. Together with neutral to positive trends (from a pension scheme deficit point of view) on mortality and risk asset valuations, offset by a relatively small increase in inflation expectations, I think that should be good news for the Carclo pension scheme deficit. ML Sterling Corporates AA over 15 years 2.58% end-September vs 2.52% end-June (vs 2.47% end-March) BoE 15-year market implied inflation 3.47% end-September vs 3.46% end-June (vs 3.44% end-March) hTtps://www.barnett-waddingham.co.uk/media/filer_public/21/9b/219b31e0-e7d0-4eff-b371-9d7fe5925a25/cip_financial_reporting_oct_2017.pdf
1gw
08/10/2017
16:29
ansc - LOL! :-)
mrangry2
06/10/2017
11:24
CAR issued their trading update on the 14th last year and the 15th the year before that. By simple deduction, therefore, it should be on Friday next week ... the 13th! Aaaahhhh .....
ansc
04/10/2017
11:34
New note from Edison just out. They've now increased their price target range slightly to 182p-193p, based on 12.5p EPS this year rising to 15p PS next year. The positive tone of the report reflects my own confidence in the company. The H1 blip in CTP was just that - a blip, with H1 revenues slipping to H2 and balanced by outperformace in LEDs - and given the bullish outlook should give a good outcome for the year. Meanwhile the short and long-term prospects for both core divisions look excellent: Http://www.edisoninvestmentresearch.com/research/report/carclo867929/preview/ "Carclo is focusing investment on its two larger established businesses – Technical Plastics (CTP) and LED Technologies (LED). Here a differentiated offer and long-term relationships with customers provide good earnings visibility and higher probability of a sustainable return. This strategy delivered strong revenue and profits growth during FY17. Despite a temporary setback at CTP during H118, which was balanced by outperformance at LED, growth appears set to continue, underpinned by contracts with blue-chip customers." "Valuation: CTP recovery to drive share price upside We use a P/E-based, sum-of-the-parts methodology with three sets of sample peers drawn from the medical device manufacturing (P/E of 16.1x), automotive (mean P/E of 16.4x) and aerospace (mean P/E 20.9x) sectors to reflect the diversity of Carclo’s operations. This gives an indicative valuation range of 182-193p (previously 181-191p), which is equivalent to an implied EV/EBITDA range of 8.2x-8.6x (vs peer group blended year one EV/EBITDA of 8.7x). The share price has dropped by around 13% since the AGM statement advised of short-term setbacks in the Technical Plastics division. Positive newsflow confirming the recovery in CTP should be supportive of the stock, helping to close the valuation gap."
rivaldo
29/9/2017
16:02
It's very disappointing and although I don't do charts, really haven't got a clue - this one looks horrendous. Hope I'm wrong!
waspfactory
29/9/2017
16:00
With the share price having fallen 14% since the AGM, the market is clearly expecting that the trading update (due shortly) is going to be woeful. It makes you wonder, therefore, why the company's CEO of all people bought £20k of shares (at 141.4p) on the day after the AGM. Has he lost his marbles or is he being paid so much that he can afford to waste the odd grand or two? Time will tell.
ansc
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