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CARD Card Factory Plc

96.20
3.60 (3.89%)
24 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
  3.60 3.89% 96.20 96.60 98.00 98.00 90.90 93.00 1,156,970 16:35:24
Industry Sector Turnover Profit EPS - Basic PE Ratio Market Cap
Greeting Cards 463.4M 44.2M 0.1278 7.67 338.9M
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 92.60p. 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 £338.90 million. Card Factory has a price to earnings ratio (PE ratio) of 7.67.

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DateSubjectAuthorDiscuss
08/5/2024
08:20
A fall day will be the fifth day in a row back to pre results levels.
everton448
08/5/2024
02:22
They would be able to exit quicker. That would be one of the benefits. They can only sell as fast as there is demand. Buybacks increase demand.
simmsc
07/5/2024
21:02
They'd just be pushing up the price for Teleios and anyone else who wants to sell up? Where is the value in that?
magnets
07/5/2024
19:58
how in any way at all would a buyback not be best value for shaeholders...head and shoulders above any other route of shaeholder value creation for most companies - for card it is miles ahead. we are on a PE of six vs. a UK retail sector and UK market that is probably on avg PE's of low teens/mid teens.

card is a company that has performed considerably better in terms of earnings growth / quality than the broad retail sector / uk market. a buyback would have been far far more value accretive vs. a dividend here if you believe we should even be on a 9x PE as a minimum (+50%) higher.

i can see their rationale for income funds wanting to re establish a regular progessive income yield. but they should do a buyback sooner rather than later. they clearly have a persistant seller (although impossible to tell from bloomberg)...a buyback on all counts would be the best thing to do here and not a small one.

ggrantsu
07/5/2024
19:00
A buyback would help Teleios clear out faster but isn't best value for shareholders. I think it's better this way.
magnets
07/5/2024
16:55
I am simply content that a dividend will be restored.
crystball1
07/5/2024
16:33
They just did a very comprehensive post-results presentation and Q&A.

If they really wanted share price support they should have put in place a buyback...think that was a mistake but apparently is very much on the agenda just not yet.

elsa7878
07/5/2024
16:10
I doubt Card Factory will accept the Mello invitation. As they are people that can’t even work out when a bank holiday is (it’s 27th May, not either the 22nd or 23rd) I know that I wouldn’t.
troy holton
07/5/2024
16:07
This all seems a bit strange. Poster on here with broker connections said that brokers (including some that don't even cover it directly) post results roadshow were really impressed with the management, the story and how cheap it is....He also has Bloomberg access and says no change in large shareholdings yet, so this weakness is a mystery.
Very, very frustrating. Be amazed if its goes much lower now it is back in the dividend realm....
I'm keeping the faith and will add if it goes any lower.

elsa7878
07/5/2024
15:32
Have Card accepted the invitation to Mello? I suspect not as they seem to make very little effort with retail investors.
riverman77
07/5/2024
15:06
Truly unloved this company. Heading back to 90 pence by the looks of it
everton448
06/5/2024
00:09
We have invited Card Factory to Mello2024 as I really think they need to meet individual investors and engage in person,

For the whole of this long weekend any investor buying a ticket for the *Mello2024* event will be given the bonus of being able to bring a friend or family member completely free of charge. Worth getting a friend to join with you and halving the cost maybe...

Will end at market open on Tuesday as it is a bank holiday weekend so plenty of time to connect

Mello2024 investor conference takes place on the 22nd and 23rd May Do come and join us....another six companies added to the list today and another six to be announced on Monday.

We want to keep this important face to face engagement with companies going and it has been tough since Covid as many directors just want to do webinars as their only token offering to investors. If you want to ask private questions or check out body language it is impossible on webinars and investors need to network with each other too.

Please support us and encourage companies/ management teams you are in contact with to come along to Mello2024 in Chiswick on 22nd or 23rd May

Mello2024 – Mello Events

If you have never been to one of our two day conferences before then clearly you are missing a great opportunity to engage with management teams and also network with hundreds of likeminded investors so we are offering virgin tickets at just £30 for either of the days so that you can see what it is all about.....a big discount from £99.00 and if you do not agree having spent the day with us I will give you an annual pass to our virtual shows on top. I just want investors engaging with all these quality smaller companies. This offer is only if you have never attended before so please be fair to all those who pay much more.... Simply enter the code NEW2MELLO24 BUY NOW:

davidosh
05/5/2024
17:51
hxxps://www.sharesmagazine.co.uk/news/shares/card-factory-rallies-6-as-dividend-reinstatement-demonstrates-confidence
cravencottage
05/5/2024
11:07
Topped up Friday. Sounds about right value in the 160,s,and then back to over 200p,in time.
garycook
04/5/2024
23:16
Clickable link:
aishah
04/5/2024
21:52
Well researched write up on Card, 50% upside:

hxxps://pernasresearch.com/research-vault/lsecard-card-factory-unwrapping-the-potential/

checkers2
03/5/2024
17:57
Longwell
We should easily be seeing £1.50 now, never mind 2 years!

bbonsall
03/5/2024
07:59
Very rare for me now but I have just doubled my position. I focus on income , however the dividend gave me scope to revise my investments. Easily see 1.50 within 2 years.Look at Mitie and Rr.They are both recovering now towards pre pandemic levels.
longwell
03/5/2024
02:52
Why are Telios selling in the first place....do they have money problems...or do they just like being contrarian disrupters....scumbags, haha
caveater
03/5/2024
01:40
The final chunk from Telios could be bought by another institution as that institution will know it's oversold due to the Telios selling and that there is no more stock to be sold. Would be a very smart time to buy a cheap and large chunk.
simmsc
02/5/2024
16:46
Crazy institutions !!! Cannacord just dumped on zoo !! They have no sense of direction. !! Just take advantage !
s34icknote
02/5/2024
16:44
WHat is wrong with British institutions, surely some could take a stake from Telios as a chunk, rather than them drip feeding the market.
yf23_1
02/5/2024
16:32
And claim divs on way .
s34icknote
02/5/2024
16:31
The only silver lining is you can top up on a home banker over the next twelve months !!! Hopefully we can invest profits from elsewhere !And this time next year rodders !!!
s34icknote
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