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CARD Card Factory Plc

91.70
-1.80 (-1.93%)
Last Updated: 12:20:22
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
  -1.80 -1.93% 91.70 91.70 92.00 93.50 91.60 93.50 416,536 12:20:22
Industry Sector Turnover Profit EPS - Basic PE Ratio Market Cap
Greeting Cards 463.4M 44.2M 0.1289 7.11 314.36M
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 93.50p. Over the last year, Card Factory shares have traded in a share price range of 82.30p to 116.00p.

Card Factory currently has 342,817,357 shares in issue. The market capitalisation of Card Factory is £314.36 million. Card Factory has a price to earnings ratio (PE ratio) of 7.11.

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DateSubjectAuthorDiscuss
13/3/2024
23:18
I have heard many times the proposition the market trading is what decides the share price I have heard many times that mm manipulation is a figment of the imagination.
I have heard many times that share price rigging is not possible with computerised trading.
How do those people explain that today’s volume of roughly 3 times my holding can cause a 4% fall in SP?

bbonsall
13/3/2024
16:24
Quite the hit today
premium beeks
13/3/2024
12:22
Money moving to GNC
blackhorse23
13/3/2024
12:00
It's is a private business owned by the Taylor family turnover is 50m so much smaller than Card. It considers its self a more premium offer to Card but operates under many brand names which makes building the brand challenging..The recently added Clintons which takes number of stores to 340 from 180. That said there will be closures with duplicated sites. .Card F has 1043 stores so about a third of the size.
chester9
13/3/2024
11:46
Anyway knows the difference between Card and Cardzone? It is a similar biz model? Does Cardzone produce its own cards?
sophia1982
13/3/2024
11:40
Don't forget that unlike other companies such as Moonpig, Card Factory actually produce much of their requirements in the UK. No problems with the red sea ! I always find it quite odd that people do comparisons with Moonpig. I always think they are going after different parts of the same market. It's also one of the reasons why card factory cards are cheaper than elsewhere.Online is also overrated for low priced items. Distribution costs (both labor and postage) have gone up so much it makes buying one or 2 items online less economic than popping into a card factory shop.
fft
13/3/2024
11:09
Moon optimism in share price today ahead of results. We have been told PBT FY 23 will be 62m. That implies costs have risen 16% if margin assumed steady at 35%.PE less than 6. Costs FY24 likely at least 10%.Can they increase margin and sales to compensate? Moon will give us an online view though that is still small part of Card overall. Still 6 weeks to results.
chester9
13/3/2024
10:57
SHOE drop yesterday on a very mild warning. One of the issues being supply chain issues due to red sea / Suez challenges and increased costs.As much of the stuff in CARDS shops will be similarly sourced is similar coming here?For info my target for my trade hit yesterday so now out.
premium beeks
12/3/2024
15:54
Moon results on 14th will give some clue
chester9
12/3/2024
15:24
And Rhyl this week
everton448
12/3/2024
14:34
card about to open a new shop in leominster herefordshire
bordalo
10/3/2024
15:33
NLW is a major problem for retailers on low margins as they have to increase prices whilst under pressure. It is much easier for Card they can move margins up in advance and be fully protected.
harry_david
09/3/2024
17:15
The converervatives have gone socialist. The amount of tax the State now pulls in, isn't far off communism. The business taxes will ultimately have to be foisted upon the public. Personal tax threshold frozen, reduction in NI means more tax collected at attaining first and second tax thresholds. The effect is to push up inflation as no business would want to subsidize the State. The public eventually are saddled with the burden and will be wanting further pay rises. Meanwhile, all them MPs and council workers give each other pay rises and golden pensions. Who on earth would want to open a local shop or supermarket anymore....?
casholaa
09/3/2024
15:35
With full employment the government can afford to push the NLW higher. Poor business models will go to the wall and allow space for more efficient businesses. Why should the government subsidise employers low wages by providing benefits to the low paid.
Higher wages for the lower paid should stimulate consumer spending. Higher UK service sector inflation will require the BoE to keep rates higher for longer. That will keep sterling strong and allow imported goods deflation which will offset high UK service sector inflation.

The higher NLW and business rates have been well flagged. CARD showed during high energy and paper pulp inflation that they can re-engineer the cards they manufacture to maintain overall margins. These added costs are for all retailers, so all retailers will need to boost margins to cover costs. Stronger sterling will reduce the price of imported goods for all retailers.

darrin1471
09/3/2024
13:38
Yes, how could they possibly put up wages for the lowest paid in society. It sucks.Good grief
premium beeks
09/3/2024
13:17
Crooked government. They can't do this if they are trying to fight inflation as it pushes all sorts of costs up and onto consumers. Time to get rid of vat.
casholaa
09/3/2024
09:26
Rates hike & wages
eeza
07/3/2024
15:54
A break from 100p should she a 10p move . PJ
reidy66
07/3/2024
13:31
Shoddy attempt at a quid yesterday - almost embarrassing!Looks like we'll have another crack today
premium beeks
06/3/2024
14:41
Onwards and upwards.
casholaa
06/3/2024
14:29
Looks like we poke through a quid today.
premium beeks
06/3/2024
12:17
Cheeky little rise.You might get there sooner rather than later.
premium beeks
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