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Share Name Share Symbol Market Type Share ISIN Share Description
Carpetright Plc LSE:CPR London Ordinary Share GB0001772945 ORD 1P
  Price Change % Change Share Price Bid Price Offer Price High Price Low Price Open Price Shares Traded Last Trade
  0.00 0.0% 4.955 4.85 5.08 - 0.00 00:00:00
Industry Sector Turnover (m) Profit (m) EPS - Basic PE Ratio Market Cap (m)
General Retailers 386.4 -24.8 -7.9 - 15

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DateSubjectAuthorDiscuss
22/1/2020
00:04
Deal all done then. Bad times 5p
gromit6
16/1/2020
09:24
Just looked in 5p offer ffs
sbb1x
31/12/2019
14:05
Im absolutely AMAZED that NO ONE has even tried to counter the 5p offer! Incredible! Although the hedge fund holds a blocking 30% vote so any rival bid needs their blessing first. They may have decided that its better to bid direct to the hedge fund after the £15m takeover completes, but thats very risky as they lose all external leverage /pressure applied on their behalf from existing shareholders and the court.
skrr223
31/12/2019
13:23
Have I missed something? I thought the t/o offer from Meditor at 5p had been approved and we were just waiting for our miserable 5p p.s.
bouleversee
31/12/2019
12:41
I hear the launch of the winter sale did not go well, also atmosphere in store is poor, (not surprising) but potential customers will see this and it deters them buying, the next 4 weeks could see the end in sight, (either way) but I don’t see Current structure surviving.
butterflycollector
30/12/2019
23:25
Does anyone see any chance of a late salvation for shareholders here??
skrr223
30/12/2019
22:30
Just imagine if joe punters stopped buying shares in AIM directly or via fundies...let the entire AIM collapse on its own accord...
diku
30/12/2019
16:24
This one certainly is!
bouleversee
30/12/2019
15:46
If I was wanting some carpet I wouldn’t be buying from carpetright,wouldn’t take the chance on losing my money.Who else is thinking the same I wonder.
albert3591
30/12/2019
13:38
Arcm news out
easwarareddy
30/12/2019
12:00
It is now time for a profile piece on the ceo in one of the broadsheets. It requires a large photo of him with an inane grin. It is to be titled..'Celebrating success'.
meijiman
30/12/2019
11:13
Are they no longer releasing H1 results??, this was due in mid-december. Shocking whats happened here. Received £60m shareholder cash in june 2018, and came back for £80m more a year and a half later, despite claiming to have achieved £19m in annual cost savings. Mind boggles as there is very little online competition and still making just shy of £400m annual revenues.
skrr223
30/12/2019
10:12
CPR sales during this Christmas must have been just horrible...probably last year they operate. Horrible business and total shareholder value destruction.
blondeamon
30/12/2019
08:33
Is the Sale coming to an end eventually?...
diku
20/12/2019
12:58
Probably, have very little upside to any news coming out, big loan to pay in June 25 million....3 months to Xmas normally when they bank the cash but I will be surprised if it has upturned enough to avoid the inevitable .
phil hennigan
18/12/2019
15:55
Are these going to be 2020s 1st failure? The
albert3591
03/12/2019
22:55
All in my opinions of course, please do your own researches obviously
skrr223
03/12/2019
22:01
That boldly assumes the hedge fund will be the winning bidder in administration, given the recovery in the business thats a huge assumption. Many will be waiting to pick it up if it ever enters there.Administrators are required by law to market any company to likely interested parties before agreeing a sale.Plus the Hedge fund will only recover secured debts if it loses the bid to buy the business out of admin, any surplus from asset stripping goes to landlords,trade creditors, employee wages etc.. - it loses the £26m (interest has been rolled into the loan, not paid upfront as you said) and all its equity which is a lot
skrr223
03/12/2019
11:26
Meditor have taken the interest in the loans up front, If the assets of the company about cover the loans due, it would not surprise me if it does pull the plug
butterflycollector
30/11/2019
09:14
The winning bidder can appoint their own management.
skrr223
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