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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
  0.00 0.0% 5.70 5.50 5.90 0.00 0.00 - 0.00 01:00:00
Industry Sector Turnover (m) Profit (m) EPS - Basic PE Ratio Market Cap (m)
Chemicals 144.9 -14.7 -25.4 - 4

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29/1/2018
15:21
Thanks CurryP. I am looking to buy CAR shares, and I am definitely hanging fire until the next RNS! Better a smaller profit than a loss, and, yes, this looks like the kind of profit warning that can repeat. If I were a holder, and had a good feeling about the company, I would probably just sit on it, but knowing it could go down again on the next RNS even if all it does is confirm the last. But I would sit expecting an eventual recovery. Not being a holder I don't really have much of a feeling for things here...
edmundshaw
29/1/2018
14:46
queeny2, "My smell test and experience with profit warnings and new brooms tells me 90% another shoe to drop. At the very least Rollins will kitchen sink as much as he can, but I am nearly certain there is more to come anyway." you may be right, in the profits warning "there has been an unexpected delay in the awarding of two large tooling and automation contracts. In addition, a large and long standing non-medical customer which had been indicating a strong second half for our moulded components has not yet increased its orders" and.. "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. " in my experience, delays in being awarded contracts usually means the customer is not happy with the price, and is looking elsewhere, while at the same time, the supplier is furiously looking ways to cut costs, to reduce the quote price. If the gap between the two is large, it may not be worth chasing the business as no one wants to be a 'busy fool' If I were looking to buy CAR shares, I would probably hang fire until the next RNS clarifies the large orders situation. Now that they have identified this as an issue, they should be duty bound to update in due course.
currypasty
29/1/2018
09:10
Cheers ansc - great to see an NED buying £55,000 of shares at 84p or so. Another encouraging sign. That's £140,000 of director purchases in the last few days: Https://www.investegate.co.uk/carclo-plc--car-/rns/director-pdmr-shareholding/201801261725101174D/
rivaldo
27/1/2018
18:32
Except you’ll be paying 120p by that stage ;)
mister md
27/1/2018
16:10
'If he keeps buying I shall pay attention' Lol
ansc
27/1/2018
14:14
Queeny - Quite so ! Once Bitten, Twice Shy, Thrice Allergic! cheers
illiswilgig
27/1/2018
13:08
We might remark that his successor at Senior as CEO was paid £800,000 in 2016, Rollins had that job for some years. He has to buy some shares, he did well to wait. If he keeps buying I shall pay attention.
queeny2
27/1/2018
12:22
Well I guess if you believe in their good judgement, then its encouraging, but I'd rather buy into shares where the statements were good AND the directors were buying.
yump
27/1/2018
11:36
Thanks, Mister MD, rivaldo missed that snippet. It will be interesting to read what the company critics make of that revelation!
ansc
26/1/2018
20:05
Another 65000 director purchase RNS - shame it shows after hours ...
mister md
25/1/2018
22:22
I like you, currypasty. Factual. £400k minimum package, probably £500k in practice as they won't zero bonus. Thanks for reference and link.
queeny2
24/1/2018
15:05
Overpaid by a factor of ten then.............
meijiman
24/1/2018
13:06
director wealth is probably non of our business, however salary and remuneration/ bonuses is.. http://www.carclo.co.uk/~/media/Files/C/Carclo-v2/investor-docs/results-and-presentations/annual-report-2017.pdf page 42 of the results suggests 'on target' package of £640k, rising to £1.04 million 'maximum' for CEO
currypasty
24/1/2018
12:46
If he was any good the share price would be back near 500p and everyone would be happy. Hardly rocket science.
meijiman
24/1/2018
12:34
Great to see the CEO splashing out £84,000 on shares at 83.87p. This is a significant move, given my understanding that CAR's directors are not particularly wealthy. It is indeed a large proportion of his net annual earnings.
rivaldo
24/1/2018
11:07
that is a decent purchase, IMO however, his track record at buying CAR shares is not so good 8/9/17 Bought 14k at £1.41 13/7/17 as a result of performance incentive, +31k shares at £1.56 16/12/16 transferred 16k to ISA at £1.29 perhaps this time he will be lucky?
currypasty
24/1/2018
11:00
CEO just spent £80k ish on shares? Anyone think he's trying to send a message? Or does he just think that 85p is good value? That's about 25% of his gross annual pay, probably more like 40% of his net?
illiswilgig
24/1/2018
10:55
wow can belive ceo buying 100000 shares!
ali47fish
23/1/2018
10:16
Bouncing steadily this week on excellent volumes, indicating good demand at these levels, be it Aberforth or others buying more.
rivaldo
23/1/2018
09:44
Credibility shot to pieces hence the recent changes.
meijiman
23/1/2018
09:26
Well imo they're all talking nonsense, as I cannot recall any company (especially a small one) whose profits reduced below previous years, for two years on the trot and then carried a p/e over 10. For the record the eps is going to be: 11.5p 9p 11p As for growth, they've had several attempts, claimed it was about to start and then failed. Unlucky maybe, but there's a limit. I really don't know what the analysts are on, apart from a quest to save face in the light of previous fails in getting it right here. 100p is certain at some point I think, but that could easily be the limit of any excitement.
yump
22/1/2018
12:31
A 154p share price would mean a current year P/E of 13.7 in only a couple of months' time, which is far below the sector average. A discount is necessary for obvious reasons, but a P/E of 13 or 14 is really not challenging given the potential for growth. All of the analysts have converged on similar EPS forecasts of around 9p EPS+ rising to 11p+, and similarly with their price targets, not just Edison. Assuming CAR deliver on those forecasts - and hopefully CAR have briefed the analysts to a conservative set of numbers if they're wise - then the market will react accordingly if there's news of those contracts coming back into play.
rivaldo
22/1/2018
11:16
New research note out from Edison today - they go for 9.2p EPS for the year ending soon, with 11.2p EPS to March'19 (with a 3.9p dividend): Http://www.edisoninvestmentresearch.com/research/report/carclo816392/preview/ Their new valuation range is 145p-154p. They also note that (1) their forecasts are "conservative" re the introduction of the mid-volume auto lighting programme commencing this year, and (2) they've as yet taken no account of the likely tax benefits to CAR of the Trump tax cuts. Given CAR's usual volatility I agree their conclusion that if CAR issue news flow confirming that the delayed contracts are being signed off, then there could be a quick recovery back to 120p-130p and then upwards from there: "We believe that newsflow demonstrating that the contract delays besetting both divisions are over should help close the valuation gap, with potential for further share price appreciation beyond this as Carclo begins to deliver on the mid-volume automotive lighting programmes."
rivaldo
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