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 Shares Traded Last Trade
  -0.55 -2.11% 25.50 496,536 16:22:49
Bid Price Offer Price High Price Low Price Open Price
25.50 25.90 25.50 24.70 24.70
Industry Sector Turnover (m) Profit (m) EPS - Basic PE Ratio Market Cap (m)
Chemicals 110.51 -0.55 -15.50 19
Last Trade Time Trade Type Trade Size Trade Price Currency
16:35:07 UT 16,667 25.50 GBX

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Carclo Daily Update: Carclo Plc is listed in the Chemicals sector of the London Stock Exchange with ticker CAR. The last closing price for Carclo was 26.05p.
Carclo Plc has a 4 week average price of 20p and a 12 week average price of 12p.
The 1 year high share price is 28.50p while the 1 year low share price is currently 3.10p.
There are currently 73,286,918 shares in issue and the average daily traded volume is 954,523 shares. The market capitalisation of Carclo Plc is £18,688,164.09.
2magpies: topnotch indeed, with CAR the close is what matters. Somehow, come 4p.m., the share price goes a bit loony and ends somewhere quite unrelated to the days action. Will today be different? Hmmm... I think it just might.
sphere25: Stalemate near the key breakout level so far today then with the price currently at 23.5p. You have to love shares which sit right near breakout points and tease like this. No big bazooka sell orders on the book today so far - possible sign Duroc are done? There are two market makers making up the bulk of the offer at 24p today offering 30k each though the depth is misleading as there are still alot of shares available at just under this price preventing that pivotal breakout so someone is still sat there at the moment feeding shares in. On the other side, we saw buyers in size happy to pick up 1.2% of the company yesterday in almost one fair swoop with the majority being picked up at 22.5p. Noted buyers in size also at 21.5p and 22p so it's a reasonably narrow range considering the type of sharp price moves CAR can be prone to. I'd go 24p on the upside versus a stop under 21p on the downside from a short term trading point. Stalemate so far but for how much longer and which way will it break? All to be revealed soon! All imo DYOR
superg1: Please don't talk Divis That has ne thinking of grey jumpered type O0000 Mrs but when are you paying a divided type, stuffing the £50 each year under the mattress having watched share prices jump about wildly on various dividend type companies, all about the £50 1%/2% returns
sphere25: Hmmm... So Duroc are down to 3.35% (2.46m) from 13.01% only a week ago so clearly very significant demand coming in for CAR shares. It looks like they will be cleared out in the near term and it could then become an interesting one with the chart resistance at 24p highly likely to come under threat. It looks like recovery prospects and lateral flow test potental encouraging heavy buying here to clear out stale bulls like Duroc. There is alot of debt and the pension deficit is substantial too - it doesn't look like value this. Furthermore, CAR have disappointed massively in recent years with residency in Profit Warning Central in 2018 and 2019. Always hard to say with these types whether someone else will start dumping after Duroc or is already working a sell order - it's one of those companies. Nonetheless, in this market CAR is the type of share that could spike higher substantially. It looks a possible risky overhang short term trade contender. Seller in size at 23p currently on the offer with a 21k iceberg. Highly probable that is Duroc trying to clear out the remainder of their holding. Onto the watchlist it goes. All imo DYOR
rivaldo: The director buying is coming like buses :o)) Another one this morning - the other new NED has bought almost £43,000 of shares at 21p: Https:// The two buyers are formerly the CEO and CFO of Spirent and the CEO of RPC respectively. These are guys who wouldn't waste around £40k each having just joined CAR and should know their stuff.
rivaldo: Terrific news this morning, bringing in £10m-£15m per annum of additional turnover for 10 years, from a "major global OEM for the manufacture of complex medical diagnostic disposable devices": Https:// This is just the sort of agreement which CAR have always been capable of achieving - as others have stated, this is a major enterprise masquerading under a £9m m/cap dragged down by pensions and debts. Perhaps at last they're negotiating a route back towards prosperity.
2magpies: Well, thanks for stating the obvious. (not that the 'obvious' needs to be stated) Nevertheless, your deep and considered analysis (be it ever so bitter and resentful of something .. it's a mystery as to what exactly it is) would always be welcome. One hopes that you do not hold, and have never held CAR -- and have never been an employee, contractor, consultant, competitor of CAR .. or been involved in ANY way whatsoever with ANY person wo was, is, or has ever applied to be an employee, contractor or consultant, or was in ANY way whatsoever a competitor of CAR. Hopefully you will also have moved on to some other stock in 2021, which makes you just enough profit to help erase any residual bitterness towards CAR. Best wishes.
loads2: re post 2008 - agreed re the enterprise value which is 10 times proteome. the higher enterprise value of carclo is already reflected in carclo's current share price something substantial happened at carlo's last interim results - the business is now insolvent with a negative balance sheet. Very few businesses (least of all ones with high enterprise values) are listed on the stock market which are insolvent. The market is being very patient with carclo. the new expensively constructed exec team need to deliver very soon. the interims draw attention to there being solvency problems and issues of possible failure in the 1st half of 2021 - they say they expect the banks to give them a waiver - will they get a waiver? who knows? but they clearly have some arrogance here in expecting a waiver
topnotch: Seems I'm not the only one - lifted form LSE board... "As a shareholder of CAR.L I would like to comment on this company's PR performance. Apart from fundamental or technical aspects I always assess the ability of a company to effectively communicate with the broader investment community. Unfortunately Carclo is a disaster in this field. A site not frequently updated with product or other news, not a tweet since Nov.29, 2017, no use of other social media, no information or link about Carclo Safetywear (, I am not quite sure if this company is part of Carclo plc). There is no price information on Investors' section and the RNS information is provided upon registration. I hope things will get better now that the business stabilizes (I express no opinion because I believe it is hard to have an opinion on this company)." It's almost as if the company doesn't care about the stakeholders
rivaldo: Talking of the opportunity for CAR in COVID-19 - here's news of CAR producing face shields, which I don't think has been posted before? Https:// "Carclo Safetywear Announces Launch of Face Shield for Retail 27 July 2020 London - Rob Stutzman, Carclo Technical Plastics Divisional Chief Executive, is pleased to announce the launch of Carclo’s innovative Face Shield - supporting a range of local and international commercial ventures getting back to work during the COVID-19 crisis. "Our unique Face Shield system has a replacement visor to improve the overall cost efficiency of the solution. It also has a number of unique features including, foam comfort band, a fully adjustable over-head support cradle, and anti-fog visors with the ability to pivot the visor up and down without removing the headwear." The project has been developed through Carclo’s Czech business, based in Brno, with support from its India subsidiary in Bangalore. Our team utilised rapid 3D printing technology to test and develop the design, followed by the development of fully hardened injection mould tools to help deliver the project in accelerated timescales. Sales and Marketing has been led by Carclo’s direct distribution business based out of Aylesbury in the UK, with its US and China plants taking an active role in promoting the project to customers in those regions. Carclo Safetywear Announces Launch of Face Shield for Retail Stutzman further commented that "the project has been an ideal platform to support local economies following the unprecedented global issues surrounding COVID-19. It has also highlighted the company’s global capabilities to complete the project from concept to stock in an accelerated timeline. This is an excellent example of how Carclo’s businesses came together to offer an important safety product in record time." To learn more about the applications the Face Shield can serve or to purchase please visit For more information or volume inquiries, please contact Andrew Green,"
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