Share Name Share Symbol Market Type Share ISIN Share Description
Carillion Plc LSE:CLLN London Ordinary Share GB0007365546 ORD 50P
  Price Change % Change Share Price Bid Price Offer Price High Price Low Price Open Price Shares Traded Last Trade
  -2.00p -10.81% 16.50p 16.50p 17.00p 19.00p 16.00p 18.75p 16,570,704 16:35:22
Industry Sector Turnover (m) Profit (m) EPS - Basic PE Ratio Market Cap (m)
Construction & Materials 5,214.2 146.7 28.9 0.6 70.99

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DateSubjectAuthorDiscuss
25/11/2017
08:18
These are overdue the dead cat bounce we are in extremely oversold territory
kirk 6
25/11/2017
06:46
Despite the hysteria there has been no new significant news since the results were released end of September. A plan is being executed and will lead to a stabalisation of finances through asset sales and cash collection. When that plan has run its course (March 18) the company will announce what additional gap needs to be filled and how. Until then everything is just noise.
dealy
25/11/2017
02:22
Pump and dumpers eyeing this up as they can sell a story to the mugs. Once market cap gets below 50 million PIs become significant in moving the price. Trouble for them is that this will end very quickly. No way can subcontractors accept anything but cash up front, no way can banks add to their problem. In addition if I was a sub owed money I would be banging on the door of the court demanding a hearing a.s.a.p. Anyone without a lifeboat drowns .
hpcg
25/11/2017
02:18
I have never lost a penny investing in shares,and I will not lose here investing at 18.8.as a newbie.made loads on Sepura,Oxford Bio,Petra diamonds and my favourite share Nanoco.
syd7777
25/11/2017
02:10
Come on dealy its time for a ramp from you. How much did you lose / are losing here?
fenners66
25/11/2017
02:09
So what has changed in UK construction? When you look back a few years there is one event that was hoped at the time was going to have an effect on the UK construction market. Arguably given the nature of long order books it would have taken a few years to have an effect. What was that event? The prosecution of 100+ firms for bid rigging and the guidelines handed out to local authorities on how to spot it and stop it. Lets assume it did work - that bid rigging is a thing of the past in UK construction - what would that mean? In theory it leads to a more competitive market place - that in turn should lead to lower margins. Move on a few years and you have profitability problems at both Interserve and here - so is a more competitive market , too competitive for them?
fenners66
25/11/2017
02:07
Wallyhoo: yes a takeover for a company in debt seems like a laughing matter.Balfour Beatty with its 1.8 Billion MC could pay for a takeover.The debt is peanuts considering Carillion has assets in Canada and 5 countries in the Middle East it’s willing to sell.The banks have no choice but to convey the debt until April,when the new CEO takes a Blue chip company back on the footsie 100.80.000 jobs are at stake,while Carillion continues to win orders,here and in the Middle East.The heavy headed shorts have the best opportunity to close,without dreaming of further turmoil.Balfour Beatty could do well with another £2.3 Billion added to its £7 Billion revenue and pay the debts through is own cash balance and Equity. The biggest bargain on a Black Friday market!
syd7777
24/11/2017
22:46
PI - customers may try squeezing them but sub-contractors who haven't been paid are likely to standfast. It all looks a sorry state of affairs here. Slightly off topic I am hoping Interserve doesn't go the same way. Incredible seeing these once giants in UK Construction coming to this.
the juggler
24/11/2017
16:49
Is like to know what profit margins are being negotiated on contracts - customers will squeeze them
panic investor
24/11/2017
16:13
I think they should suspend now until they have negotiated with bondholders. Going on like this is not helping anybody.
pyueck
24/11/2017
14:41
Possible the government take a stake they have a lot riding on CLLN.
sparky333
24/11/2017
14:30
Calahan depends what's already factored in
kirk 6
24/11/2017
13:55
Does anyone here have real world experience of what actually happens when your project is in jeopardy because your lead contractor goes bust? Is there insurance against it? Do you just go and talk to the army of subbies who are actually doing the work and negotiate a deal with them, and then try to sue for extra costs from the remains of the original contractor?
lefrene
24/11/2017
13:42
Or... Could be speculation of a failure to renegotiate its covenant with their lenders over the weekend which would send the price into free fall and likely suspension. It's easy to speculate either way. Only snag is that one of these two is pure speculation based on fantasies originating in dreamland. While the other is based on real forthcoming problems that originate from the company itself having informed the market this time last week of a potential end of year covenant breach. "Based on its latest forecasts, reflecting the items mentioned above, the Board now expects a covenant breach as at 31 December 2017." I'll leave it to each reader to consider for themselves which one is the most likely to occur (either over this weekend, or a forthcoming weekend in December).
calahan
24/11/2017
13:26
Could be speculation of a takeover at the weekend which could possible send the price soaring
kirk 6
24/11/2017
13:15
lol, syd name one heavily indebted company (which had a lot more debt than assets, and cash flowing out) that ever had a takeover bid. It might be cherry picked, But NO ONE would be interested in acquiring the whole sum
wallywoo
24/11/2017
12:52
At its current MC a takeover bid looks a good bet.That bid would need to made at a lot higher share price then it is today.
syd7777
24/11/2017
12:03
f66 Yes quite right, I was not expecting such a rise, I was just mentioning it did when it bounced. As you say a complete gamble.
srpactive
24/11/2017
11:51
srp - a fair comment , its a gamble. I would think the odds on red or black are better - maybe join an on-line casino? Not a gambling aficionado but wouldn't red or black be Evens? What is the chance of this going from 15p to 30p before a major event?
fenners66
24/11/2017
10:15
E Thank you again, yes when it bounced last Friday it moved from 17p to 28p pretty readily, watching myself at the moment for a top up, dyor. Very high risk though, a complete gamble.
srpactive
24/11/2017
10:11
unlikely, generally in these overhang situations its a gradual run down of the share price by the market makers to entice buyers in to take up the excess on the sale side. with an apparent significant short position book this could unwind dramatically at the first sign of the weight on the share price from the seller coming off at the time of clearing. all good fun, personally sitting on the sidelines waiting for the overhang to clear.
empirestate
24/11/2017
10:03
E Thank you, so you do not see it today then?
srpactive
24/11/2017
10:01
LBA appear very keen to get out so if the market makers can't get shot of LBA's lot quickly, which i don't think they will considering how much stock there is to go, i could see mid next week in my crystal ball for 15p
empirestate
24/11/2017
09:56
E What time you envisage a possible test of 15p?
srpactive
24/11/2017
09:53
plenty of pressure on the share price from the overhang, could see this go sub 15p if market makers can't shift that 11.9 million soon.
empirestate
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