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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
  -0.90p -4.86% 17.60p 557,910 16:35:28
Bid Price Offer Price High Price Low Price Open Price
18.00p 18.15p 19.00p 18.00p 18.50p
Industry Sector Turnover (m) Profit (m) EPS - Basic PE Ratio Market Cap (m)
General Retailers 443.80 -70.50 -94.60 53.5

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Date Time Title Posts
11/6/201916:20Carpetright – time to make a pile?1,817
26/12/201813:59Carpetright chart124
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
16:53:4218.5417,5123,246.20O
15:35:2817.6010,7561,893.06UT
15:31:5018.8075,00014,100.00O
15:29:5618.003,826688.68AT
15:29:5318.004,083734.94AT
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17/6/2019
09:20
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 18.50p.
Carpetright Plc has a 4 week average price of 18p and a 12 week average price of 12.20p.
The 1 year high share price is 36p while the 1 year low share price is currently 12.20p.
There are currently 303,787,164 shares in issue and the average daily traded volume is 464,025 shares. The market capitalisation of Carpetright Plc is £53,466,540.86.
07/6/2019
15:44
floridamassive: @Butterflycollector - Man you are a doom monger, desperate are we?? :). I think a most of you shorters will have to sell the clothes on your back to payback the brokers on the full year results day on 25th June. Really looking forward to that and circa 90% jump in the share price like on the day of last trading update. From what I have heard and can see, Carpetright is extremely busy at the moment and I think results will be positive and long term holders will be rewarded handsomely over the coming weeks/months. Not worried about the little drop here and there as the same thing happened in the run-up to TU day and then it rocketed on the TU date. Onwards and upwards!! DYOI and all that bit IMO this is a great time to get in here on the cheap and make a decent profit in a few weeks :).
20/5/2019
19:20
floridamassive: Despite ridiculously low volumes, good see share price closing in a positive territory 3rd day in a row. I recon the positive trend will continue from here on. Good time to get back in me thinks before run up to full year results announcement in June. Come end of June this beauty could pay off very well. British Bulls seem to agree with me, which is indicating BUY on Carpetright now - https://www.britishbulls.com/m/SignalPage.aspx?lang=en&Ticker=CPR.L
30/4/2019
07:56
pflat: Thanks Kumala. Very interesting. Any idea what the market cap was on those dates. With the new shares issued last year, just trying to work out what equivalent share price would need to be today.
26/4/2019
10:05
butterflycollector: A rebound price on a very Woolley announcement, no mention of Debt, (I hear circa £80 million) much of which is due to be payed back in Autumn, Stock figures? Also hearing huge losses there, is the business sustainable? Or is the current share price movement caused by Shorts? The next 6 month will be the most telling, outdoor sales rise as homewares fall, a very telling year.
03/4/2019
22:25
pflat: Sunnybeachboy : read your post and thought WOW. Then I checked volumes - only £19k of trades today. This reflects what I have thought for a long time - lack of liquidity means the share price rarely reflects true value. CPR suffers from this, as do other stocks. I did some digging at company’s house today on Tapi. Shares in issue 30.5m. For those who bought shares at £1, on a P/E of x10 - highly optimistic for a retailer, Tapi would need to be making £3m a year profit. A more realistic P/E would be between x5 and x10 meaning it would need to be making between £3m and £6m sustainably for those who invested @ £1 a share to get their money back - and there would need to be a market so people can sell. Doesn’t look likely from what I can see. If you paid £1.65 you would need Tapi to be making between £5m and £10m per share to get your money back. Seems like those investing in Tapi need their bumps felt.
29/3/2019
13:33
bugster: There is much talk about carpetright and Tapi. The only fact is that carpetrights buisness and share price continues to deminish. That is evident for people to see and monitor through the months and years, they are firefighting trying to make there losses sound like positives is a trick to not loose even more custom to independents and the other chains. Its scary that a buisness that offers high ticket purchases could be gone at any time...... I most certainly would not give them my cash as the guarantees are worthless. All the small chit chat is embarrassing, look at the trend and facts everyone... Cash in now or loose everything
28/3/2019
08:38
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?
06/10/2018
23:22
kumala: And into the teens it drops... what a surprise... not....Utter disgrace of senior management loosing site on a miriad of levels.Once the darling of the stock market and in the news every few weeks with rapid store openings and soaring share price in excess of £12 to end up well below float price must be painfull for stock holders with no one in profit ( besides the shorters of course #$###)Pennies/weeks away from single figures i think.AimhoGrrrr:/KGLA
26/3/2018
15:07
loganair: Not surprised the share price continues to fall considering Carpetright's CEO has basically said the shares are worthless.
19/3/2018
16:43
loganair: Not a good sign, actually a very bad sign, the share price closing at its daily low.
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