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CARD Card Factory Plc

103.80
3.80 (3.80%)
Last Updated: 15:21:09
Delayed by 15 minutes
Share Name Share Symbol Market Type Share ISIN Share Description
Card Factory Plc LSE:CARD London Ordinary Share GB00BLY2F708 ORD 1P
  Price Change % Change Share Price Bid Price Offer Price High Price Low Price Open Price Shares Traded Last Trade
  3.80 3.80% 103.80 103.60 104.00 103.80 99.10 99.10 2,667,238 15:21:09
Industry Sector Turnover Profit EPS - Basic PE Ratio Market Cap
Greeting Cards 510.9M 49.5M 0.1431 7.06 345.82M
Card Factory Plc is listed in the Greeting Cards sector of the London Stock Exchange with ticker CARD. The last closing price for Card Factory was 100p. Over the last year, Card Factory shares have traded in a share price range of 82.30p to 116.00p.

Card Factory currently has 345,818,321 shares in issue. The market capitalisation of Card Factory is £345.82 million. Card Factory has a price to earnings ratio (PE ratio) of 7.06.

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DateSubjectAuthorDiscuss
06/3/2024
06:00
Yeah but when we going back to 116 (and more) ???
caveater
05/3/2024
17:15
On its way back to a quid now.
premium beeks
04/3/2024
18:08
“now the only national specialist chain selling quality cards”.

I trust we are calling our lawyers

makinbuks
01/3/2024
15:17
Moving up nicely!
premium beeks
01/3/2024
09:58
Nice trades, do we have someone ready to take on Telious at last?
harry_david
29/2/2024
19:43
MM's have a NMS. Trades above that size can be delayed 1hr, 2hrs, 4hrs, EOD, next day, 2 days and up to a week.
eeza
29/2/2024
19:43
The debt isn't much of a problem. I'd want it to go though as you don't know what may come along and require financing in the future. They may want to buy moonswine or the other one if they get into difficulty....
casholaa
29/2/2024
18:22
darrin, one of my orders was on a very light trading day and I bought more than the total day's reported turnover. Most peculiar.
harry_david
29/2/2024
17:45
Don't forget the falling debt, because high debt puts a lot of people off.
yf23_1
29/2/2024
15:42
difficult to believe this isn't a prime target now in the PE world...has it all, current low leverage but very proven ability to leverage highly given the abundant cash generation, stable demand levels, attractive working capital cycle, no obvious tail risks / disruption risk (e.g. moonpig is not eating the lunch, putting it kindly).

awfully frustrating to see the share price hovering around here....but real value on offer and it isn't a difficult business to understand.

ggrantsu
29/2/2024
15:38
Bought a chunk here today finally. Physical, not spreadbet.It's got to be a takeout target with the noise around other (less successful) UK companies.
premium beeks
29/2/2024
14:52
I don't use a stockbroker so I may be talking bull.
If you put in a buy order for 10,000 shares at 50p that order may not be filled in a single trade. It may be matched with multiple sells. 2653, 5986 and 1361 totaling 10,000. In total you have bought 10,000 and three sales total 10,000. The trades are likely to appear as sells.

darrin1471
29/2/2024
13:59
elsa, the thing that gets me is the non reporting of trades. My last two purchases, of reasonable size, were not reported. When I asked my broker he passed it off, something about black trades, whatever that means. My trades were way under 1% but my broker had to search, which suggests you only need to deal in half a million to move the market, albeit more than I was.
harry_david
29/2/2024
10:32
elsa7878 Thanks.
darrin1471
29/2/2024
10:22
Teleios sold 2 million (I mentioned this b4). Blackrock bought 4 million, Ex-CEO sold 775,000. Others all fairly constant but as I said only seen figures over 5 million shareholding. Retail brokers showing changes clearly as private investors trade.
elsa7878
29/2/2024
10:02
elsa7878, have there been sellers over the last 3 months?
Holders of less than 5m could quite easily move the price.

darrin1471
29/2/2024
09:56
Seen the latest Bloomberg and none of the major shareholders over a 5 million holding has been selling recently so the weakness over the last few days is a bit of a mystery.
Some retail selling evident but can buy in size at 91 indicating someone has a decent amount to sell. Could just be a smaller fund or indeed private shareholders.
The 25k at 91 was me when it was trading 90/92 FWIW.

elsa7878
28/2/2024
22:21
You may be right although broker forecasts look to be around 13.5p.
riverman77
28/2/2024
22:02
riverman
Probably already achieved EPS of 16p in year just ended on Jan 31st.

bbonsall
28/2/2024
20:25
Not currently in this but tempted. See no reason why they can't eventually return to their pre pandemic earnings of around 16p eps and pay a 8% yield. That would put it on a 5.5 PE ratio and a 9% yield.
riverman77
28/2/2024
19:56
I remember it too. Many misread the rns. But I do agree with you and I've always taken the view that card isn't really 'retail' even though it is
casholaa
28/2/2024
18:22
Well, yes, I agree. On a PE of 10 it would be over 140p - not unreasonable.

But its been stuck in a 110p to 90p trading range for over a year, despite all the 'beats'.

eeza
28/2/2024
17:51
It flirted with 50p when everyone thought it might go bust and was told to raise £70 million by its bankers.
Then shops opened again and bankers saw tremendous cash generation negating the need for a cash raise.
Now with its continued growth, cash generation and profits it flirts with 90p. How ridiculous is that?

bbonsall
28/2/2024
17:28
Flirting with 90p, again.
eeza
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