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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
  +0.70p +2.22% 32.20p 31.50p 32.90p 31.60p 31.40p 31.40p 57,138 16:35:23
Industry Sector Turnover (m) Profit (m) EPS - Basic PE Ratio Market Cap (m)
Chemicals 146.2 8.2 11.6 2.8 23.60

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DateSubjectAuthorDiscuss
28/2/2019
09:22
elsa/gekko i agree re your views on a potential fund raising - however, this assume the BOD does not work on other options - one very obvious one being a sale of the CTP division. last year there was a (tentative) bid for the whole of Carclo and there should be no doubt there are a great number of potential predators looking at the CTP unit today. realistically this could fetch £75-90m, wiping out all debt and leaving Carclo with £50m of free cash, the profitable LED business and the aerospace cable unit. if shareholders were presented this alternative vs the idea of a £10-15m placing, i guess the answer is obvious.
baner
27/2/2019
19:53
Ive noted the recent institution stake building activity, noted the concerns raised on this bb, and taken a very measured indeed “”gamble”” on this stock today, buying a few thousand shares @ just over 44p.
escapetohome
27/2/2019
16:00
Agree with Elsa, Carclo will need to raise new equity of at least GBP 10-15 Million. The debt is due March 2020 and auditors will not sign off on annual accounts unless the maturity of the debt is extended at least 4 months. Banks however will only extend maturity if new equity is injected!
gordongekko4
27/2/2019
13:54
Equity £32 million Debt £37 million Pension deficit £25 million Would love to know what these equity buyers see. Looks like a train wreck to me... Cashflow is negative, so despite announcing profits they are bleeding cash (£5 million last year). I would think at the least they need an equity raise of £10-15 million.
elsa7878
26/2/2019
20:02
Thanks 1gw
queeny2
26/2/2019
19:51
Lakestreet appear to me to be giving holdings notices as other individuals or companies join their "concert party". Today's notice reports that the % controlled by the concert party has increased from 5.3% (declared on 15th Feb) to 6.1% as of 22nd Feb. Within the concert party the holding of Lakestreet Capital Partners AG has increased slightly from 2.55% to 2.62%. "Avolon Family Office AG" has joined the concert party. The fact that they are declaring and apparently building a concert party suggests to me that they have something in mind here. i.e. the various members of the concert party are presumably intending to act together when it comes to voting on something. My hope is that they are trying to promote, or influence the outcome of, a sale of part or all of the company. But I don't know enough about Lakestreet and the way it operates to know if this is actually just "standard" behaviour (e.g. they might recommend investments to their clients and if their clients act on the recommendation the voting rights are controlled jointly, as a result of which Lakestreet feels the need to declare a concert party).
1gw
26/2/2019
09:41
No - bought 6%. Accounts for the all the volume the other day. Still see little value in this but others clearly do....
elsa7878
26/2/2019
08:37
I read Lakestreet as selling down but may have misread
queeny2
26/2/2019
07:20
Lakestreet Capital Partners invests 6pc
ali47fish
22/2/2019
15:48
Duroc not messing around here. hTtps://www.duroc.com/pressrelease/duroc-has-acquired-an-additional-3-of-carclo-plc/
1gw
21/2/2019
18:19
Interesting volume today. No interest but lots of shares changing hands...will keep an eye on it.
elsa7878
19/2/2019
16:58
Possibly -Debt-pension deficit- failure to deliver - possible loss of contracts due to delivery failure and/or massive compensation claims - That is why.
pugugly
19/2/2019
16:51
pugugly then the whole of UK could be in trouble - or the opposite. who knows? why should there be a fire sale in Carclo - ridiculous idea!?
baner
19/2/2019
16:46
If no deal BREXIT possibility that CAR could be in really deep trouble - Wh knows? What value if any in a fire sale?
pugugly
19/2/2019
12:33
A new COO and a new name in the Lakestreet concert party to go with their increased holding. I suspect there are some goings-on behind the scenes.
1gw
14/2/2019
16:49
Thanks for those links.
queeny2
14/2/2019
15:26
I was - and may still be - going to sell the rest of my holding in Carclo, and walk away: but Duroc's interest has caused me to think. The price is still going down, but then other long/longer term holders have been selling out, which may have and be causing it. And Consort Medical may yet bid again. It's pretty sure that the existing management at Carclo are rubbish, to put it both mildly and politely, yet even they surely couldn't turn down another decent bid (and almost any price above the current one right now would look decent to a lot of people, me included), and if they tried to there would likely be an investor revolt. And the director selling on the same day Duroc took their interest: now that's also of interest. Think I'll hang in for a tad longer, as surely the price can't tank any more (and I'm hoping that's not famous last words, lol).
andrewbaker
06/2/2019
19:33
Is it a coincidence that Consort's 6 month lockout ends tomorrow as their "No intention to bid" statement was released on 7th August?
1gw
06/2/2019
19:24
What chance a Consort - Duroc auction, facilitated somehow by Lakestreet?
1gw
06/2/2019
19:21
Looks vaguely interesting. Duroc putting out a press release for their acquisition of a 7% stake. And a press release also dated today announcing the arrival (as of 7th January) of a new Corporate Development Director to focus on M&A activities. Press release perhaps reads rather too much like a trader's justification of a punt, but the group looks like a bona fide acquirer of businesses "Duroc acquires, develops and manages industrial and B2B-trading companies. " Was this the Swedish version of a dawn raid, or are they dipping their toe in with a view to learning more about the potential before moving further? hTtps://www.duroc.com/pressrelease/duroc-has-acquired-7-of-carclo-plc/ hTtps://www.duroc.com/pressrelease/jonas-cunningham-new-corporate-development-director/
1gw
06/2/2019
15:20
I remember selling down back in 2012 for over £4 per share - Only way that might come about now is with a consolidation (imo) Carey street probably more likely -
pugugly
06/2/2019
15:19
As I said last month, I'm selling: and I've just sold a chunk. The rest will follow soon if no upturn in price within the next while.
andrewbaker
06/2/2019
13:57
If more follow suit I'd be concerned, maybe he has a plan! Someone at Carclo needs one. I remember the old days when Robbie Burns & the deceased Schwartz rated this company highly!
spudders
06/2/2019
13:47
So that's the same Chris Malley who was CEO when Carclo rejected out of hand the 116p proposal from Consort? "The Proposal valued each Carclo share at 116 pence to be satisfied in new Consort shares. 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."
1gw
06/2/2019
13:39
Director dumping 50 grands worth, says it all, if this was any good they'd be buying at these levels not dumping. Bargepole stock
owenski
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