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% 9.22 205,840 16:22:16
Bid Price Offer Price High Price Low Price Open Price
9.22 9.30 9.30 9.22 9.30
Industry Sector Turnover (m) Profit (m) EPS - Basic PE Ratio Market Cap (m)
General Retailers 386.40 -24.80 -7.90 28
Last Trade Time Trade Type Trade Size Trade Price Currency
16:35:01 UT 15,108 9.22 GBX

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Date Time Title Posts
16/10/201910:55Carpetright – time to make a pile?2,069
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08/5/201814:47Carpet right - shorting this con jobby of a retailer15
02/3/201815:27Consumer confidence, especially for major purchases plunges57

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Trade Time Trade Price Trade Size Trade Value Trade Type
2019-10-18 15:35:019.2215,1081,392.96UT
2019-10-18 15:02:069.275,000463.52O
2019-10-18 14:57:559.221,345124.01AT
2019-10-18 14:57:559.226,603608.80AT
2019-10-18 14:01:049.221,497138.02AT
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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 9.22p.
Carpetright Plc has a 4 week average price of 8.84p and a 12 week average price of 8.84p.
The 1 year high share price is 36p while the 1 year low share price is currently 8.84p.
There are currently 303,787,164 shares in issue and the average daily traded volume is 396,642 shares. The market capitalisation of Carpetright Plc is £28,009,176.52.
kloppite: They�d only be unhappy if they were looking to sell at 9p but as they are in it for the long term their confident the share price will climb once Brexit is sorted and better half year and then full year figures are announced
bugster: Let's see if their price increases, I doubt it will. Downward trend tells me that brexit will break them and the share price will be half. How long before they have to start closing more shops and cutting costs...
ridgway90: All then buys and share price has hardly moved .. :(
tomboyb: Falling below 10p - The share price is indeed dire - The hedge fund does not need to attribute significant value to the equity if it desires - It owns the debt - !
boraki: I tell you people, the "Market" has got this share wrong... All it can see is Brexit doom and gloom, and retail figures poor. This is a recovery stock, and everything is being done right by the company to assure it keeps trading in the long term. The cva has saved this company, because they acted quickly, once they knew they were in trouble. Read the reviews on trustpilot. They are good and 4.6 out of 5. When I invested in companies like Marks and spencer, debenhams, thomas cook et al, the trustpilot review were staring me in the face, and I ignored them. I should not have ignored them, because customers, will dictate the future direction of a company. Yes the share price is dire, and this does not help the company, but hold on, this will fly eventually..
phil hennigan: What's the reasoning to expect this to hit 25p a share quickly ?? There's very little good news here just a short term possibility to make a few quid off a historically low share price...this company will not exist within a couple of years and you need to trade it accordingly, any profits to be made will certainly be short lived so the judgement call despite an attractive price now should be small stakes and get out before spring .
philobeddoe: The last RNS was positive but with Brexit looming, many people will just be hoping their jobs are safe. Not many will be rushing to get new carpets fitted I don't think. We're entering what will almost certainly be a very rough and very volatile period that could go on for quite some time even after we've left. In short, no amount of positivity is going to lift the share price with the shadow of Brexit looming. And I think that goes for just about any UK company right now. The best place to be, and the safest place to be, is waiting in cash on the sidelines ready to take advantage of the many bargains that are sure to be had over the coming weeks and months.
ridgway90: What the hell is going on with this share price ...(angry face)
philobeddoe: I was tempted to buy here the other day but the overriding concern for me was Brexit. I think a sell off is inevitable as we head into October and if we leave with no deal, as looks likely, we could see shares plummet on Thursday October 31st. My guess is there'll be bargains galore come October 31st and those who make the most money will be the ones on the sidelines waiting in a strong cash position ready to take advantage of the situation. In my opinion, it really doesn't matter what the share price is doing right now and it's barely worth debating the pros and cons of investing in a particular company - because Brexit uncertainties are almost certainly going to override all of that in the coming weeks. The only safe place to be is on the sidelines waiting in cash - it's also the smart place to be because it means you can take advantage of any bargains to be had and reap potentially huge rewards once the markets recover, which of course they will eventually, even if it's no deal.
pflat: Looks as though there are a few issues here: As a Carpetright forum it is perfectly reasonable to discuss a competitor. Although one supposedly targeting towns with a Waitrose, rather than ones where Carpetright is. 🤣🤣🤣🤣 Tapi employees bought shares early on. Tapi’s CEO says share price has risen. This is only true if someone is prepared to pay a higher price for those shares. There is no market and no one is willing to pay more for the shares (or anything?). The statement that the share price has risen is, therefore, misleading. People were induced to join Tapi on the basis of guaranteed commission for a period. When those guarantees end pay drops. As India57 states : having a guarantee of reward for not performing is unsustainable. This indicates that Tapi is not performing as, if it was, commissions would match or be better than the previous guarantee. There appears to be dissatisfaction as to Tapi’s performance, yet Tapi’s CEO does nothing to provide hard facts to dispel that myth- if it is a myth. Therefore speculation as to Tapi’s business performance, discontent in stores and the field and uncertainty as to its future will continue. One final question for those in the known: who runs Tapi? Is it Phil or Martin?
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