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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 Shares Traded Last Trade
  0.00 0.0% 4.955 0.00 00:00:00
Bid Price Offer Price High Price Low Price Open Price
4.85 5.08
Industry Sector Turnover (m) Profit (m) EPS - Basic PE Ratio Market Cap (m)
General Retailers 386.40 -24.80 -7.90 15
Last Trade Time Trade Type Trade Size Trade Price Currency
- O 0 4.955 GBX

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23/1/202012:19ALNCCarpetright Chair Resigns As Cut-Price Takeover Gets Over Line
23/1/202010:41UKREGCarpetright PLC Scheme becomes Effective
21/1/202014:04UKREGCarpetright PLC Court Approval of Scheme
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26/2/202021:39Carpetright – time to make a pile?2,176
31/10/201921:46WOOF! Carpetwrong3
31/10/201914:28Carpetright chart135
20/10/201914:24Consumer confidence, especially for major purchases plunges58
08/5/201813:47Carpet right - shorting this con jobby of a retailer15

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18/1/2021
08:20
Carpetright Daily Update: Carpetright Plc is listed in the General Retailers sector of the London Stock Exchange with ticker CPR. The last closing price for Carpetright was 4.96p.
Carpetright Plc has a 4 week average price of 0p and a 12 week average price of 0p.
The 1 year high share price is 5.06p while the 1 year low share price is currently 4.85p.
There are currently 303,787,164 shares in issue and the average daily traded volume is 0 shares. The market capitalisation of Carpetright Plc is £15,052,653.98.
12/11/2019
18:36
phil hennigan: Don't think you need special info just look at the share price.
31/10/2019
07:22
debsdowner: Share price collapse on open, the shares will be marked down significantly and heavy selling due to potential offer at a heavy discount to the share price and the company needing to increase borrowings. Shocking news is an understatement.
21/10/2019
00:19
aim11: no I just take pleasure in sticking up for this business compared to Tapi, I think most of retail is rubbish and wouldn’t invest in either. Whether there is any speculative value here in CPR I don’t know, probably is on a positive Brexit outcome for some short term profit . I hope it survives though vs Tapi , what those guys tried to do to it and the thousands of CPR employees who spent decades working for them is a disgrace imho . No business should be immune from competition but to have left CPR and purposely set up against it knowing it’s specific problems and even profit per store and targeting them is underhand and I hope they don’t succeed.
20/10/2019
13:10
mattcookson: Share price seem to have been stuck at around 9p for a couple of weeks, just need some good news to get things moving again. CPR is well on its way to recovery, so looking forward to a nice rise off the back of another positive update in a couple of weeks time and another step in the right direction from the company in early Nov. Wouldn’t mind repeat for 90% rise in 1 day like earleir this year ;). DYOI and all that but IMO it’s a good time to snap this on the ridiculously low price it’s trading at currently. Good buy!
08/10/2019
09:31
clocktower: Https://www.retailgazette.co.uk/blog/2019/10/tapi-carpets-full-year-losses-widen-to-15m/ Two years time profits will roll in for Tapi,they forecast, maybe if CPR hit the buffers sooner, I guess it could only take 12 months for Tapi. Busy time of year for these companies, so by Jan we will know who has been laid to rest. Remember what CPR stands for! "CPR stands for cardiopulmonary resuscitation. It is an emergency procedure consisting of mouth-to-mouth respiration and chest compressions. CPR with rescue breaths allows oxygenated blood to circulate to vital organs such as the brain and heart" I doubt it will survive as it might well be brain dead as it is.
17/9/2019
15:40
floridamassive: CPR making moves to improve - Carpetright plc (LON:CPR) says the transfer of around £41mln of its debts to major shareholder Meditor has been completed. The troubled flooring retailer said the transfer of the revolving credit facility to Meditor from NatWest and Allied Irish Banks had occurred on 3 September, and as such the hedge fund had become a lender of record. READ: Carpetright’s biggest shareholder buys £41mln of retailer’s debt Carpetright added that Meditor had agreed in principle to postpone the due date of certain repayments until either the second business day following the grant of independent shareholder approval or 21 October, whichever fell earlier. The firm said that a general meeting for independent shareholder approval of the debt transfer in October. In the meantime, Carpetright said it was “comfortable” with its financial position and would have “sufficient time” to seek shareholder approval. Carpetright announced the debt transfer deal in late August after undergoing an emergency restructuring last year to save itself from collapse. There are signs that the turnaround plans are having the desired effect. A trading update in June showed that losses narrowed in the latest financial year, while sales have returned to growth in the opening few months of the new year. Analysts at broker Shore Capital, which rates Carpetright at 'hold' with a target price of 12p, said the agreement would serve as “another staging post” in the company’s restructuring as it looked for a “more stable” funding platform.
13/9/2019
10:03
bouleversee: Boraki - I find it difficult to get my ancient brain round all that, especially since there are 3 parts but 4 blocks of shares. However/whatever, as someone who has held CPR shares for very many years and is losing most of my money, I think that if they haven't got the share price to over 28p in 3 years, they should be shot, and in view of the appalling performance over the past number of years, to reward them with nil-paid shares in such quantitities just for getting them back to 28p is absolutely outrageous. The way things are going, it might be academic, however. I disagree with most of Labour's policies but one thing I do agree with is that the egregious payments made to directors when workers and pensioner shareholders are having to tighten their belts, should be capped. It would be bad enough to over-reward stellar performances but to reward presiding over disaster is beyond the pale. Shareholders take all the risk and the directors and senior staff collect all the benefits. #I don't think any shares should ever be awarded at nil cost. It is a perverse incentive. They should be putting their own money at risk and an appropriate discount to the share price on a sensible no. of shares should be quite enough. Do correct me if I am not seeing things straight.
12/9/2019
15:26
boraki: Following approval of the revised remuneration policy at the Annual General Meeting on 5 September 2019 restricted share unit awards under the Plan were made today. Under the scheme the Options have a nil Option price to acquire ordinary shares in the capital of the Company. Name Director/PDMR Total no. of shares W Walsh Director 894,604 J Simpson Director 454,773 The Directors are entitled to a Dividend Equivalent on their Award in respect of its Vested Shares. Each award comprises three distinct parts ("Part A", "Part B" and "Part C" respectively) in respect of such number of ordinary shares in the capital as shown for each Director as follows: Name Director/PDMR No. of shares No. of shares No. of shares Total no. comprised comprised with comprised with of shares with Part Part B Part C A W Walsh Director 447,302 223,651 223,651 894,604 J Simpson Director 227,387 113,693 113,693 454,773 Each award will vest as follows: -- the third anniversary of the Grant Date in respect of each Part A; -- the fourth anniversary of the Grant Date in respect of each Part B; and -- the fifth anniversary of the Grant Date in respect of each Part C. A Holding Period applies in respect of Part A and Part B of each Award as follows: -- the second anniversary of the date of Vesting in respect of each Part A; and -- the first anniversary of the date of Vesting in respect of each Part B. The awards are subject to three underpins. The Remuneration Committee (the "Committee") retains discretion to reduce the number of Shares that would otherwise Vest under an Award (including to nil) in the event that one or more of the following circumstances arise: -- the average of the closing middle market quotations for Shares (as derived from the London Stock Exchange Daily Official List or otherwise) during the one-month period ending with the last dealing day before the date the relevant Award Vest is less 28p; -- in the reasonable opinion of the Committee (including regard to direct customer feedback using the "Do We Measure Up?" programme as relevant) there has not been an appropriate improvement in customer satisfaction between the grant of the Award and the date of its Vesting; and/or -- in the reasonable opinion of the Committee (including regard to quality of earnings, the debt position and covenant compliance and headroom) the Company is not of sound financial footing as at the date of the Vesting of the Award. Any such reduction shall be made to such extent and at such time or times as the Committee considers appropriate. No Holding Period applies to other Parts or Awards. The Awards on Vesting are subject to a value cap, which is a percentage of the Directors salary at the date of the grant. Formal notification of the dealings is set out below: 1 Details of the person discharging managerial responsibilities / person closely associated a) Name Wilf Walsh ---------------------------------- ------------------------------------------- 2 Reason for the notification ------------------------------------------------------------------------------- a) Position/status Chief Executive ---------------------------------- ------------------------------------------- b) Initial notification Initial notification /Amendment ---------------------------------- ------------------------------------------- 3 Details of the issuer, emission allowance market participant, auction platform, auctioneer or auction monitor ------------------------------------------------------------------------------- a) Name Carpetright plc ---------------------------------- ------------------------------------------- b) LEI 213800GO32BSNNHXID90 ---------------------------------- ------------------------------------------- 4 Details of the transaction(s): section to be repeated for (i) each type of instrument; (ii) each type of transaction; (iii) each date; and (iv) each place where transactions have been conducted ------------------------------------------------------------------------------- a) Description of the Ordinary Shares financial instrument, type of instrument Identification code GB0001772945 b) Nature of the transaction Grant of options under the Long Term Incentive Plan ---------------------------------- ------------------------------------------- c) Price(s) and volume(s) ------------------------- ------------- Option Price(s) Volume(s) ------------------------- ------------- GBP0 894,604 ----------------------------------------------------------------- ------------- d) Aggregated information - Aggregated volume 894,604 - Price Option price GBP0 e) Date of the transaction 12 September 2019 ---------------------------------- ------------------------------------------- f) Place of the transaction Outside a trading venue ---------------------------------- ------------------------------------------- 1 Details of the person discharging managerial responsibilities / person closely associated a) Name Jeremy Simpson ---------------------------------- ------------------------------------------- 2 Reason for the notification ------------------------------------------------------------------------------- a) Position/status Chief Financial Officer ---------------------------------- ------------------------------------------- b) Initial notification Initial notification /Amendment ---------------------------------- ------------------------------------------- 3 Details of the issuer, emission allowance market participant, auction platform, auctioneer or auction monitor ------------------------------------------------------------------------------- a) Name Carpetright plc ---------------------------------- ------------------------------------------- b) LEI 213800GO32BSNNHXID90 ---------------------------------- ------------------------------------------- 4 Details of the transaction(s): section to be repeated for (i) each type of instrument; (ii) each type of transaction; (iii) each date; and (iv) each place where transactions have been conducted ------------------------------------------------------------------------------- a) Description of the Ordinary Shares financial instrument, type of instrument Identification code GB0001772945 b) Nature of the transaction Grant of options under the Long Term Incentive Plan ---------------------------------- ------------------------------------------- c) Price(s) and volume(s) ------------------------- ------------- Option Price(s) Volume(s) ------------------------- ------------- GBP0 454,773 ----------------------------------------------------------------- ------------- d) Aggregated information - Aggregated volume 454,773 - Price Option price GBP0 e) Date of the transaction 12 September 2019 ---------------------------------- ------------------------------------------- f) Place of the transaction Outside a trading venue ---------------------------------- -------------------------------------------
21/6/2019
18:34
kumala: A Reminder.... this statement amongst other things tell me the comp is turning a corner. i could be wrong, but who am i Mr Walsh is saying that in the below statement not me. yes the comp has a long wY to go and im sure we wont see those huge share price prices of yrs gone by of £8 £9 £10 £11 and yes £12 they were great days with huge divis. if u can beleive. the divi,s then were far higher than the share price today. the income twice yearly was just FAB. any way. were today now not then. the share price hit the 30,s not so long ago imho it will do it again were not talking mega pounds like yrs gone by but 40/50p circa in short mid term could be possible if things keep improving % wise from todays price is not a bad return , even if it takes 2 yrs, try a building soc at 1.5% annual if not happy invezting i say... all imho of course DYOR as well for sure.Kps. enjoy the read below, and wait for the next RNS.25th April - Trading Update - Carpetright CEO Mr Walsh said: “This has been a transitional year for Carpetright and we remain on track both with our recovery plan and our strategic initiatives. The actions taken are driving improvement, particularly in the invested store estate, and the brand remains strong.â€?The company now expects to deliver a positive earnings before tax, depreciation and amortisation figure for its full-year results and “move into full profit in 2019 and 2020â€?.Trading in the rest of Europe continued to “track ahead of the same period last yearâ€?, driven by a strong performance in the Netherlands, Carpetright said.
29/4/2019
19:42
kumala: Hi 7rademark.Just looked back on my notes.26th Jan 2007 the share price was £12.63 I think this was about the highest point.A few dates n prices that might be of interest are from after this time are:£7.81 260108£3.96 260109£5.45 260409£9.17 260110£6.90 261110£7.22 260711£6.10 260112£6.82 260113The Divi was welcome income in the good old days, an example you may be interested in as follows:Dor140901 16p payed 280901Dor 080202 13p payed 220202Dor 270402 20p payed 270902Dor 070203 15p payed 210203Dor 060204 17p payed 200204Dor 100904 27p payed 240904Dor 040205 19p payed 180205Dor 080906 30p payed 220906I think 30p p share was about the highest paid, I just took a few mins to note a few figs for you, of course the above is not comprehensive covering all, but gives an indicator of how the company was doing then and what was being payed out. I was in from "Float" date and remained a buyer for years. My buy today is the first I've made since selling my last remaining stock some years back..... alas I was still in when the share price hit mega heights but didn't sell at those prices I was offloading at a lower level.Note the highest divi payout was higher than the recent low point by nearly double.. amazing and sad to see how this once stock market darling which was on many occasion in ths news and constantly in the press has declined so much.Cheers for now hope the above is of some interest.Don't mean to bore u.A imho and purely my view.Good luckK:)
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