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
  +0.00p +0.00% 14.50p 14.00p 15.00p - - - 0 01:00:00
Industry Sector Turnover (m) Profit (m) EPS - Basic PE Ratio Market Cap (m)
Chemicals 146.2 8.2 11.6 1.3 11.00

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18/11/2018
00:25
Revenue down Costs up Enough is enough
overmars
13/11/2018
11:25
If you've got spare cash to invest there's a lot of other companies floated. I keep reminding myself of that every time I think I've cleverly spotted the bottom in some stock that has disappointed a lot.
yump
13/11/2018
10:22
Would be better if they had a div to rest on whilst waiting, but they aint, and the problems here SP,wise, haven't changed since they axed the divi. Cant beat a divi to show real cash flowing back to investors.
owenski
13/11/2018
10:18
PUGUGLY's right, House Broker PH have been bigging CAR about as long as Rivaldo - a few years now.
poikka
13/11/2018
10:11
No major positives in the report And we've broken through the 80p barrier, as I predicted/feared we would. ...all of which suggests a big downside risk in near term, as no reason for a share price rise to happen.
bigtbigt
13/11/2018
09:42
Ricaldo - House broker - Always looks on the sunny side if they want to keep their appointment! Sorry have been stuffed by PH too often to take much notice of their sunny projections.
pugugly
13/11/2018
09:31
Peel Hunt retain their Buy and 130p target: Http://investing.thisismoney.co.uk/broker-views/
rivaldo
13/11/2018
08:58
Not invested. Same old, same old. Note that they inserted this little rider. "As is normal within the Group's business, the achievement of its anticipated performance for the full year is dependent on key customers, particularly in Wipac, awarding new programmes in line with planned timescales in the second half." Maybe one day they'll achieve their goal, but the best bet would be for some enlightened CEO to flog the LED (hate the sodden things, anyway) and big up on TP. Keep the Aerospace as it provides a spot of sorely needed cashflow - all those tooling programmes need cash. No point to but CAR, though, as there are better bets around.
poikka
13/11/2018
08:48
The problem is we have been promised 2nd half groth for more years than I can remember BUT very rarely met - However some brave sole probably II bidding 77p for up to 82K shares on L2. Not their money !! We also have to consider the BREXIT implications No mention that I can see -
pugugly
13/11/2018
07:56
Think we've hit the bottom at last. Strong second half and future growth curve back on track. Back over £1 again v soon.
imjustdandy
13/11/2018
07:37
The interims read pretty well overall given the prior warning re production delays. CAR still made 3.7p EPS in an under-performing H1, and H2 looks good with the core divisions now ramping up production on what had been delayed production programmes. It's particularly good to see Wipac winning contracts for two mid-volume electric vehicles. Retaining the Aerospace division now looks like a good decision given its excellent performance :o)) H2 results are still slightly dependent on Wipac and programme timings as usual, but CAR are happy to reiterate full year expectations - which stand at 11.4p EPS per Edison - and "substantial" medium-term growth. Even if CAR only repeat H1 performance in H2 with a small improvement, then they're on track for say 8p EPS at minimum.
rivaldo
13/11/2018
07:33
I think we will rise from here. Results not as bad as feared and second half looks v strong
imjustdandy
13/11/2018
07:23
First take: grey. Or mud coloured.For bulls: grow substantially in medium term. That's it.For bears: almost every £ and % detail in there! Crowned by another £3m regulatory hit in pension fundFor students of CAR: remind me which year these interims are from?For third parties the questions are: A) do I think the new chairman FD and non exec from Cape will make a real positive difference? That is needed. B) do I like the two sectors and their positioning in them?Price prediction: meh to down a little but meh really
queeny2
13/11/2018
07:09
Reads very well. "Group to grow substantially in second half"
imjustdandy
12/11/2018
21:45
Should read.. signed up!
dontay
12/11/2018
21:44
A long promised transformational LED contract igneous up for a major higher volume auto manufacturer could do the trick. But if the interims go as they historically do... we'll probably get yet another profit warning ?
dontay
12/11/2018
19:59
Should be fun tomorrow. Pick your range - anywhere between 60p and £1.30
imjustdandy
11/11/2018
17:54
So expectations at absolute rock bottom for Tuesday's interims then. 2nd half weighting, well-positioned for the future, more jam tomorrow... but nothing concrete to justify their summary rejection of the 116p/share offer initially made by Consort: "The Board of Carclo (the "Board") discussed the Proposal, together with its advisers, and concluded that the Proposal in no way reflected the fundamental value of the Company. Consequently, the Board was unanimous in rejecting this opportunistic approach on 01 June 2018." Oh for a rabbit from the hat, such as the intention to review the structure of the group, including possible disposal options, with a view to accelerating delivery of shareholder value.
1gw
08/11/2018
21:35
Looks like management are dithering and have lost there way, concentrating on high margin products that don't rely on third party products...Medical comes to mind
beeezzz
08/11/2018
15:23
with this deadleg management anything is possible.............
meijiman
08/11/2018
15:07
When that 80p floor gives way, I dread to imagine where the next level down might be
bigtbigt
13/10/2018
11:12
Peel Hunt has been wrong with their Carclo forecasts for more years than I can recall - probably for ever, lol. Think for yourselves, boys and girls. Look at the never-ending tooling costs. Look at the missed expectations. Look at the slump in car sales - China down some 12%. They should've flogged off LED, cleared debt and bigged-up on TP. Aerospace is ok because it gives them some cash-flow. Takeover hopes only.
poikka
13/10/2018
01:48
Thanks for the comment. Makes sense but I think that a company that has been so poorly managed needs to over communicate. I don't care what the broker is telling them - it is nonsense to relate comments to their internal expectations and not give any specifics. If the yardstick is Peel Hunt's forecasts - they could at as minimum tell investors what Peel Hunt is forecasting?
overmars
12/10/2018
17:20
Overmars - I think this "management expectations" is something forced on them by their advisors. I went to another company's AGM recently and had asked them specifically, ahead of the meeting, if they could explain the background to a TU they had put out which talked about being significantly ahead of their expectations - then when the full year results came out they actually showed flat (or fractionally declining) YOY 2H revenues. So they came prepared and what they said was that their advisors (the Nomad) said they needed to inform the market if they expected any material metric to be more than a certain % (maybe 10%?) away from what the brokers' reports were forecasting - in the case of this company it was fairly straightforward as there was really only one broker covering it. But the advisor also said they shouldn't really say "market expectations" - presumably because someone litigious could dispute what those were. So they ended up having to say "management expectations". I think this is perhaps quite common among smaller companies. They work closely with an advisor/broker and while not formally "guiding" the broker effectively they provide sufficient information to allow the broker to come up with reasonable forward estimates (and in some cases I suspect they rely on the broker to come up with these estimates because they don't have a great internal capability to do so). So coming back to Carclo and today's "warning", I think I would interpret it as saying that they don't think they are going to meet the house broker (Peel Hunt) expectations for 1H. Has Peel Hunt published a 1H/2H split does anyone know? Does anyone have a different view?
1gw
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