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CARD Card Factory Plc

93.80
-2.40 (-2.49%)
25 Jun 2024 - Closed
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
  -2.40 -2.49% 93.80 93.60 94.20 96.60 93.50 96.00 1,599,137 16:35:21
Industry Sector Turnover Profit EPS - Basic PE Ratio Market Cap
Greeting Cards 463.4M 44.2M 0.1278 7.36 325.42M
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 96.20p. 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 £325.42 million. Card Factory has a price to earnings ratio (PE ratio) of 7.36.

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DateSubjectAuthorDiscuss
22/3/2024
12:12
Didn't know that tradertrev. Astonishing rise
gswredland
22/3/2024
10:06
Got time to got up to 99 and back to 92 another 2 or 3 times before news comes out on 30th April
caveater
21/3/2024
22:43
fft - I think it was Legal and General that started the pile into the UK stockmarket at the bottom of the mid-70s. The market roughly doubled in a week.
tradertrev
21/3/2024
16:41
Highest trading volume since the day after the January trading update. A lot went through at 92p and there appeared to be more available at 92p in the closing auction.
darrin1471
21/3/2024
11:17
Yes looks like a triple bottom - anything over 106p would be a breakout.
beachbum1978
21/3/2024
10:35
Looks like a triple bottom in the last month or so. Will we get another swing trade upto 97-98 and back down again ?I can only think that fund redemptions caused by people moving money out of the UK to the USA markets can be responsible for this staggering share price under performance. It is sort of reminiscent of the mid 70's when the markets were very very low. Prudential then decided to buy the market big time, momentum occurred and everyone else piled in. Of course investing elsewhere was far more difficult in those days and UK pension funds had nearly all there assets in the UK.
fft
20/3/2024
22:37
Specialty Retail in Greeting Cars to be correct.
garycook
20/3/2024
22:32
It's called collective punishment. We're lumped-in with 'retail'.
casholaa
20/3/2024
18:52
All these profitable companies that are valued in pennies in some cases by an ignorant market, will be sold off, and who can blame them, unless the city starts getting behind them. It's ludicrous the way some companies are supposedly priced fairly, but completely ignoring fundamentals.
jsg123
20/3/2024
17:33
It gets more ridiculous day after day after day. Profit before tax for year just ended is reported to be around £62 million. In lockdown CF was making huge losses with bankers demanding a £70 million cash raise to survive. The share price was still between 40p and 50p even then.
The cash raise proved unnecessary and profits and cash generation surged to be on the point of restarting dividends.
Cannot understand why the market shows total ignorance of the facts.

bbonsall
20/3/2024
16:19
The share price is already messy.
luderitz
20/3/2024
16:02
Something fishy happening here
jsg123
20/3/2024
14:43
Volume is shown just above
chester9
20/3/2024
14:34
994 shares bought according to this site. No wonder this doesn't move. Incredible for a company generating the level of profit it does.
Another company that will get taken out

jsg123
20/3/2024
07:27
Courtesy of a reply, even if bland, would indicate care and respect. At the moment PR is careless.
bbonsall
19/3/2024
18:41
Companies release information through their official trading updates and RNS's. Why do you think they'd want to talk to PIs who bought shares in a secondary method, with no money gained for company and probably 80% of the time held short term?

Investor wise they are only interested in high net worth and institutions. If you want to ask a question go to the AGM! (I bet 9 out of 10 on here haven't attended one yet).

premium beeks
19/3/2024
15:31
From who and when please?
gswredland
19/3/2024
15:17
Just got to ride it out until the 30th April
casholaa
19/3/2024
15:00
Does anyone ever get a reply from the Card Factory when they have emailed them. Bunch of ignorant gits if you ask me!
grahamytrain
19/3/2024
09:47
Surely they must be selling loads of Haribo Candy, it's addicitve. I also think they've added pencil sharpeners to the last minute counter buys.
Who can resist a packet of haribo and a pencil sharpener ?

kiwimonk
19/3/2024
09:16
Looks like it's heading into the 80s (in which case where is support?). A very frustrating share to hold even for patient investors.
everton448
18/3/2024
15:08
Final Results on 30th April. Momentum should return before update though Card is stuck between 90 and 110 since turn of year.
chester9
18/3/2024
14:32
Looks like in the absence of news this is drifting lower
everton448
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