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Share Name Share Symbol Market Type Share ISIN Share Description
Celtic Plc LSE:CCP London Ordinary Share GB0004339189 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% 110.00 105.00 115.00 110.00 110.00 110.00 124 08:00:00
Industry Sector Turnover (m) Profit (m) EPS - Basic PE Ratio Market Cap (m)
Travel & Leisure 83.4 11.3 9.3 11.8 104

Celtic Share Discussion Threads

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DateSubjectAuthorDiscuss
25/1/2007
18:40
Can some charitable sole post a message on the CCPC discussion thread I started a few weeks ago,It would make this novices day...
louie76
25/1/2007
17:02
anyone think Newcastle UTD worth a punt?They were talking about a 93p offer before it fell through...
louie76
25/1/2007
11:49
The fact that Mr O'Brien paid 125p for the CCPCs make them sure to rise to that value and as they rise the ordinarys rise too
lbo
25/1/2007
09:52
louie There must be somebody sniffing around in my opinion.
father o toole
25/1/2007
09:48
Talking to myself again...
louie76
20/1/2007
22:25
At 41.75p,Celtic valued at £63million approx.(correct me if i'm wrong)Surely they are worth at least double that.Think the share price will reflect this following the conversion of ccpc shares in November.Anybody agree??
louie76
19/1/2007
17:06
Sold a pile of ordinary's after the copenhagen game,but still got a fair amount of ordinary's & ccpc's.the ccpc's are also doing well.Do you think the recent rise is due to the interim results due out shortly or what??
louie76
19/1/2007
13:13
Hope you took my advice back in November. http://www.advfn.com/cmn/fbb/thread.php3?id=12959243&from=66 http://bloomberg.com/apps/news?pid=20601109&sid=aKA8oYTE42vk&refer=home
lbo
19/1/2007
12:22
LBO,NEARLY AT THAT 40P YOU WERE SUGGESTING...
louie76
12/1/2007
17:59
Celtic plc received notification on 12 January 2007 that on 9 January 2007 Morgan Stanley Securities Limited disposed of an interest in Ordinary Shares of 1p each in the capital of Celtic plc, with the result that Morgan Stanley Securities Limited no longer holds a notifiable interest in that class of shares. End
louie76
11/1/2007
18:16
Think we have to keep ahead of the Belgians etc to guarantee that place...
louie76
10/1/2007
19:41
Should see a good rise in the share price now that Celtic are almost guaranteed a place in the Champions league for the next few seasons now that sad old Rangers have had to take a step backwards in signing W.S. ? A soso manager with a sh*te bunch of players with little money in the transfer pot.
borderriever
28/12/2006
16:49
Why so quiet on this thread..."can anybody hear me,is there anybody there,was it something i said"....? :-) MON THE HOOPS!
louie76
22/12/2006
17:39
Denis O'Brien RESULTS 2005 Ranking Worth Industry 17 £315m (€450m) Investments, mobile phones O'Brien, 46, has built his Digicel mobile phone company into one of the largest in the Caribbean in just four years, and now wants to capture the American youth market. His Digicel activity has conservatively added £64m to the £175m he made five years ago when he sold his stake in Esat Telecom to BT. The Dubliner has also bought PGA European Tour Courses and property, including the £36m Quinta do Lago golf resort in Portugal, where he lives. There are other investments. RESULTS 2004 Ranking 12 Worth 2004: £287m
louie76
22/12/2006
17:30
22 December 2006 Celtic plc received notification on 22 December 2006 that on 22 December 2006 Telstar Holdings SA, a company owned by Mr Denis O'Brien, acquired an interest in 1,600,000 Convertible Preferred Ordinary Shares of 100p each in the capital of Celtic plc. This increases Mr O'Brien's total holding to 2,400,000 Convertible Preferred Ordinary Shares. This represents 13.32% of the issued share capital in that class. Mr O'Brien is also the beneficial owner of 500,000 Ordinary Shares in Celtic plc. End.
louie76
22/12/2006
17:11
TURNS OUT MARTIN O'NEILL HAS SOLD HIS CCPC SHARES...
louie76
22/12/2006
12:10
ADVFN showing a ccpc purchase of 1.6 million @125p is this correct.Seems strange given the current mid price shown....
louie76
16/12/2006
18:44
Takeover talk premature claim Magpies December 15, 2006 11:58 Newcastle United were today reported to be on their way to becoming the latest English Premiership club to be taken over by foreign investors. The Premiership strugglers later issued a statement to play down a report in The Daily Mail, which claimed the club had been targeted by American financiers Polygon and the United Bank of Switzerland. According to the report, the club's board have unanimously accepted a joint bid of £227m sterling. It said the deal was going through a period of 'due diligence' with the takeover expected to be completed earlier in the new year. The report added that the club's current owners, the Hall family and chairman Freddy Shepherd, will collect £68m in the deal while manager Glenn Roeder will be given a £20m transfer kitty. A statement on the club's website later played down the report but seemed to suggest that talks had recently been held. Manchester United, West Ham, Chelsea and Aston Villa are all in the hands of foreign investors, while Liverpool are close to being taken over. Dubai International Capital, the investment arm of Dubai's billionaire ruler Sheikh Mohammed, is set to make a formal offer for the Merseyside club in the coming weeks.
lbo
15/12/2006
19:29
Ancelotti wary of Celtic threat Article by stvsport AC Milan coach Carlo Ancelotti admits his side are in for a rough ride when they play Celtic in the last 16 of the UEFA Champions League. The Serie A side, who have won the competition six times, will travel to Celtic Park on 21/22 February for the first leg of the knock-out tie before hosting Gordon Strachan's side at the San Siro on 6/7 March. "Celtic are a very good side," said Ancelotti. "They beat Manchester United and they are a team to fear. "Considering the atmosphere that we will face in Glasgow, it will be an advantage to play the decider at the San Siro," he said. Milan have had an inconsistent season in Serie A and are 15th position in the table after being deducted points at the start of the season following a match fixing scandal. The Rossoneri have also experienced injury problems but goalkeeper Nelson Dida and defender Alessandro Nesta should be fit in time for the clash against Celtic. Ancelotti added: "For us, this break before the knock-out round will be crucial. "We will see a different Milan on February. We will recover our top players and for us this break before the knock-out round is crucial."
lbo
15/12/2006
16:11
;-).................
louie76
15/12/2006
15:28
ENTOS,don't you think man u can make it?I know we beat u in the head to head but you will improve with a couple of signings in january...
louie76
15/12/2006
12:55
Its better than playing DC Milan
jacobite
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