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
  -1.75p -12.07% 12.75p 12.50p 13.00p 14.50p 12.95p 13.55p 471,350 16:35:10
Industry Sector Turnover (m) Profit (m) EPS - Basic PE Ratio Market Cap (m)
Chemicals 146.2 8.2 11.6 1.1 9

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16/4/2019
21:08
BOD need to come clean to WTF is going on, its not good enough, under performing is par for course..These are making my SIPP look very sad...
beeezzz
16/4/2019
16:13
if these clowns can't shake a leg it could go t*ts up
meijiman
16/4/2019
15:43
How low can if go?
denc
01/4/2019
14:24
minimum £3m to be provided against pension deficit in 2nd half 2018/19
9degrees
01/4/2019
07:18
hvs 31 May '03 - 20:09 0 0 1 A classic ten bagger , Cap of only £ 12.5 mill .Minimum £ 120mill turnover . Assets of over 80p and cash flow of £ 8 mill minimum per year . Can it get any better . A BARGAIN.
garth
30/3/2019
09:42
What they really meant was ..'we wish to retain our cosy jobs and not be given the tic tac when the new owners realise how hopeless we are'.
meijiman
30/3/2019
08:47
May i suggest a very very very large pay cut for non delivery. Perhaps theyll wise up. Only way to do, hit em where it hurts.
escapetohome
29/3/2019
18:21
At least you sold after the bid collapsed queeny! Very smart move as it turned out. What was the board thinking (other than "Make a better proposal, Consort!") when they put this out on 2nd July, which presumably helped convince some shareholders (maybe even me) to hang on in there after Consort walked away? "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. The Board is confident in Carclo's standalone strategy and growth prospects and believes the Company's long-term value should not be affected by the challenges which management are addressing. This process will be strengthened by the announced appointments of Mark Rollins as Chairman, Sarah Matthews-DeMers as Group Finance Director, and Joe Oatley as a Non-Executive Director, all of whom take up their respective roles this month." And even after Consort walked we had, on 7th August: "The Board of Carclo remains highly confident in the Group's prospects and standalone strategy."
1gw
29/3/2019
15:44
:) I was extremely happy with my long during the bid, would do same again. Reasons why bidder ran away unknown, but defo to do with CTP, whether a worse fit than they thought, or a worse business we don't know. I trusted their pre deal due diligence. Very rare indeed for a bid to get to that stage and collapse immediately they see the books management and business.
queeny2
29/3/2019
15:13
queeny, I guess the safest for any future instances, would be to short a share that's announced a bid.. chances are it wont be accepted, or buyers will run when they look further.. only downside would be a counter bid, but that wouldn't be much higher!
currypasty
29/3/2019
11:59
Well this has been annoying.I was short going into the 'bid', which luckily cost very little.I was hugely long in the bid, which again luckily cost far less than it might have as idiots were buying loads at iirc 90p.Everything told me to short it again there, the trade bidder had run away screaming after ten minutes inside the business they really wanted. This was not going to be an easy fix for the new Chair, something was wrong.But I fell foul of having lost money twice running and couldn't bear the thought of a hat-trick and feeling really stupid.So now I feel really stupid.
queeny2
29/3/2019
11:36
at what price will the company issue new share to raise equity? certainly not at 29p. rescue rights issues regularly carry a discount of >50%. new share will be issued at 10-15p per share. get out while you can.
gordongekko4
28/3/2019
12:07
Hopefully not at 29p gordon. Its risen.
escapetohome
28/3/2019
11:16
anyone who can, get out!!!
gordongekko4
28/3/2019
10:48
A rudderless ship heading for the rocks. An MBA project in failure.
meijiman
28/3/2019
10:24
15 year lows... G.
garth
28/3/2019
08:16
It does feel depressingly like it.
1gw
27/3/2019
21:32
Looks like a cash call coming soon....
beeezzz
27/3/2019
14:58
Frightening.
escapetohome
27/3/2019
13:52
Might be best to throw in the towel...........
meijiman
26/3/2019
21:50
They've never recovered from the disastrous printed electronics failure, why did they not pursue other avenues for print film projects. Management have run out of ideas, they don't know which way to turn, markets seem to falling away in all their sectors... Maybe concentrate on the medical side.
beeezzz
26/3/2019
14:37
I don't think Duroc are here as long-term passengers. But whether they've got the will and the finance to bid for the whole lot, I don't know. And even then, without some competition, we're not going to get a big premium on the prevailing price. I read Lakestreet's interest as suggesting they see the possibility of something (breakup, sale, who knows?). One option presumably would be sale of CTP and then get in a turnaround specialist (Duroc-sourced or otherwise) to try to get Wipac in shape.
1gw
26/3/2019
14:24
not sure waiting for corporate action is a good idea, who in Automotive industry is flush with cash, business booming, to bail them out? You only have to look at plight of Swindon Honda, and JLR group to see everyone will be tightening belts and cutting back. How can CAR themselves turn this around? Wont they need some cash injection at some point, and I doubt banks will cough up, so its left to shareholders.
currypasty
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