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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
  4.00 3.77% 110.00 105.00 115.00 110.00 106.00 106.00 3,000 08:48:03
Industry Sector Turnover (m) Profit (m) EPS - Basic PE Ratio Market Cap (m)
Travel & Leisure 83.4 11.3 9.3 11.8 104

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21/2/2007
17:13
Difficult to tell how good Milan are on that showing . They moved the ball about well but had no punch and at times looked as if they could play all week without scoring. That said although the result itself is not bad the manner in which it was accomplished was disappointing - as far as I can recall other than a free kick and a poorish effort from Aiden the Italian goalie could have gone off for a lasagne without making any diffrence to the result. Hope I am wrong but can't see Celtic scoring in the second leg other than from a free kick so realistically 2-0 or 3-0 looks on the cards. The team is though moving gradually in the right direction so if that's how it turns out I won't be too disappointed GS needs at least 3 -4 years in control before it's reasonanble to judge his managerial ability -it can't be easy for him to judge how well he is doing right now because frankly the opposition in Scotland is woefull and that's being kind. European nights like this are usefull in giving GS a measure of what he has achieved and how much more work he's got ahead. In the meantime this is a soundly run business and after the share price gets over the effect of the Champions League exit I think it will start to move ahead again in anticipation of beeter things to come and certain reappearance in the CL next season with more experience and possibly one or two better playesr in key positions
tuffbet
21/2/2007
13:51
0-0 is almost as good as a 2-1 win because a 2-1 win means Milan come out with all guns blazing. Game on.
lqs
21/2/2007
06:24
Louie76 - well, let's hope for a similar run! Must admit to being a bit disappointed. Too many of our flair players had off nights (Naka tried v. hard, but nothing quite fell for him; Aiden didn't have his best game; JVoH looked a little sluggish (perhaps not 100% fit)), but on the flip side, I thought we were solid defensively (centre-halves played well, Sno and Lenny mopped up a lot of ball). Let's see how things go in a couple of weeks time. Chuffed we kept a clean sheet. Steve
jsteveuk
20/2/2007
22:43
Talking to myself again,just back from the game,got the same pessimistic feeling as i had after every home game on the uefa cup run to Seville.
louie76
20/2/2007
12:47
Nearly a 10% drop so far today,thought this may have come tommorow if tonights result wasn't favourable.C'MON THE HOOPS,LETS GET RITE INTAE THEM,C'MON!!!!!!!!!
louie76
19/2/2007
22:02
Thanks Mick,I was hoping to sell them instantly over the phone on wednesday morning if it goes pear shaped tommorow night.I usually use Barclays stockbrockers online.When it comes to the sentimental part,I was hoping to keep a minimum to ensure access to the agms etc I think we should do ok tommorow night so might sort out the certificated shares in between the two Milan games
louie76
19/2/2007
20:58
louie76 Its pretty simple to send your certificate off to your dealing account, usually all you have to do is look for the "crest transfer form" See below for example with selftrade http://focus.selftrade.co.uk/en/ourservices/help/forms/index.html I've used it in the past and its quite a quick process, downside is losing your Celtic share certificate but if you feel you may sell in the near future or eventually, then no time to get sentimental. Mick
mickinvest
19/2/2007
18:50
When the 3 classes of shares included mar. cap of 80mill approx.Any opinions out there about where it goes from here?Very little debt now.I feel 100mill a realistic target..
louie76
19/2/2007
18:22
Amatuer looking for basic advice.Do my sharedealing through nominee account,but have a ccp holding in certificate form,can i just phone any of the listed brokers WINS,FFAX etc to sell or do I go through the registrar?The bank I used to purchase the shares no longer deals shares...
louie76
19/2/2007
08:51
Another large rise in the share price this morning.
thwaiteuk
18/2/2007
23:24
Celtic FC sign US radio deal to score in lucrative American market By Ken Symon CELTIC FOOTBALL Club has signed a deal with an American radio business that will make radio commentaries on its games available in households across the US. In signing the agreement with Sirius Radio, Celtic becomes only the second UK club to make such a deal. The other is Chelsea, the English Premiership champions last season. Peter Lawwell, the Celtic chief executive said the club believed that the deal was key to developing the Celtic brand and support base in the American market. The club will also run soccer camps in America. In another part of its move to develop the brand in America, the club is to play the MLS All-Stars in July, a game which will be David Beckham's first in the US. As part of the sponsorship tie-ins for the game, PepsiCo will produce 20 million special cans of Pepsi carrying the club logos of both the All-Stars and Celtic. The moves are reckoned to be key in establishing the club in a US market where soccer is becoming increasingly popular from a very low basis of interest and support compared to American football, basketball and baseball. Lawwell refused to put any financial projections on what the contract with Sirius would make for the Parkhead club. He said: "We expect the contract to make us a small amount of revenue but the real purpose is to build the Celtic brand in the American market. "In Scotland we are at saturation point, the growth will come from Ireland and further afield." He said that being part of the SPL meant that marketing opportunities were limited and the club had to look to new markets. He added that in addition to their contributions on the football field, Japanese player Shunsuke Nakamura, the club's Polish players and former Irish international Roy Keane had been important in this regard. Lawell said that the club had produced a very sound set of financial results with the club transfers - particularly the £8m sale of Stilian Petrov to Aston Villa being a good bit of business. He said that the club had had a good run in Europe but that that was also the case in the 2002-03 season when Celtic reached the Seville Uefa Cup final, a year in which they had made a £7.8m loss. Lawwell said that the club had built up other revenues and cut costs, which was the difference between this past year's financial performance and that of the 2002-03 season.
lbo
18/2/2007
23:21
Celtic score publicity coup ahead of US tour TERRY MURDEN CELTIC Football Club have signed up with a US radio station to broadcast live commentary across America as part of a brand-building campaign ahead of a lucrative tour this summer. The deal with New York-based Sirius Satellite Radio will expose Celtic to millions of listeners who subscribe to the channel for $12 (£6) a month. The Celtic football programme will run for the rest of this season and the whole of next and provide valuable publicity in the run-up to a two-match tour, including a glamorous tie against a Major League Soccer All Stars team that could mark the American debut for former England captain David Beckham. Celtic's Sirius deal follows a similar arrangement with English Premiership champions Chelsea, whose matches have attracted about 13 million listeners a week since the start of the current season. Sirius has 5.5 million subscribers and Celtic will earn a royalty, retaining half of the income while the other 50% is shared among the other Scottish Premier League clubs. It is not expected to make a huge contribution to the club's income. Peter Lawwell, Celtic chief executive, said: "It is an exciting development for us, but it is not a transforming deal. This is about brand exposure." The football programmes are presented by Charlie Stillitano, a former general manager of the New York/New Jersey Metrostars and an organiser of the World Cup in 1994. His co-presenter is Giorgio Chinaglia, former New York Cosmos and Italian national team striker. Celtic will provide interviews and news content and there will be a live phone-in.
lbo
18/2/2007
22:19
Thanks jsteveuk,i feared that,wishful thinking on my part.If we strengthen then should have no worries in any qualifier but i'll be watching through my fingers...
louie76
18/2/2007
17:08
Louie - I think this season's final positions, have an effect on season 08-09. i.e. Next season we def. have a qualifier, the following season we should go straight through (assuming whoever wins the CL in 07-08 qualifies for the competition via their national contest too).
jsteveuk
18/2/2007
14:47
I think that it is more likely that the price rise relates to the realisation by person or persons unknown that there is the opportunity to make real money out of the fall of CCP's price from £4 (10 years ago when profits and success were refelected did you say, 32p per share at bottom, despite the potenetial of having some sort of controlling interest there Financially the Champions League is here today gone tomorrow even is Celtic win it, they cannot dilute their ordinary shareholders at 30p again. Their current financial position and the promotion of recent years by Fergus McCann and others to invest large amounts in the shares including offering loan facilities therefor with a bank with Scottish connections make us impossible to shaft morally
mryesyes
17/2/2007
22:22
Can anyone confirm that if Newcastle Utd defeat Zulte Waregem next week,the SPL champions will go automatically into the group stage of the Champions league next season? http://www.xs4all.nl/~kassiesa/bert/uefa/data/method3/crank2007.html I may have this totally wrong.
louie76
17/2/2007
11:25
As a Killie supporter can I really buy into Celtic???
killieboy
17/2/2007
09:41
Quinn applauds financial results http://www.bbc.co.uk/mediaselector/check/player/sol/newsid_6360000/newsid_6366500?redirect=6366509.stm&news=1&nbwm=1&nbram=1&bbram=1&bbwm=1
sruk77
16/2/2007
23:48
Quinn applauds financial results http://www.bbc.co.uk/mediaselector/check/player/sol/newsid_6360000/newsid_6366500?redirect=6366509.stm&news=1&nbwm=1&nbram=1&bbram=1&bbwm=1
sruk77
16/2/2007
12:23
Its all going so well! A victory over Milan and who knows? A break of 70p?
lbo
16/2/2007
11:34
looks good
netcurtains
16/2/2007
11:27
http://www.theherald.co.uk/sport/headlines/display.var.1197423.0.0.php http://sport.scotsman.com/index.cfm?id=251362007 http://news.independent.co.uk/business/analysis_and_features/article2274499.ece Celtic Football Club has been enjoying one of its best ever seasons. At just past the half way stage, the club is some 19 points clear at the top of the Scottish Premier League, into the last eight of the Tennants' Scottish Cup and, most importantly, through to the knock-out stages of the Champions League for the first ever time. For shareholders, success on the pitch has not always converted into success for their investment. Although the club has dominated the Scottish Premier League for the last decade, its share price was literally decimated between 2001 and 2003, and after staging something of a recovery over the following year, the shares hit a new all-time low in August last year. However, the last six months have finally seen shareholders rewarded, with its strong results on the field, combined with more disciplined cost control, helping profits to grow exponentially and the share price to double. The stock added another 4 per cent as the company announced a strong set of interim results yesterday, and continued progress in the Champions League would be sure to push the shares higher. In spite of its recent recovery, Celtic still looks incredibly cheap on any measure. Its pre-tax profits for the first half alone are less than three times its market value. Furthermore, there remains every chance that the club may get caught up in the recent takeover fever that has gripped the UK football industry over the past few months. Either way, it looks unlikely that shareholders can lose at these levels. One of the City's best kept secrets. Buy.
sruk77
16/2/2007
09:25
Don't agree with their football commentary ("one of their best seasons ever"!), but do agree with their financial analysis. http://news.independent.co.uk/business/analysis_and_features/article2274499.ece Our view: Buy Share price: 45p (+1.75p) Celtic Football Club has been enjoying one of its best ever seasons. At just past the half way stage, the club is some 19 points clear at the top of the Scottish Premier League, into the last eight of the Tennants' Scottish Cup and, most importantly, through to the knock-out stages of the Champions League for the first ever time. For shareholders, success on the pitch has not always converted into success for their investment. Although the club has dominated the Scottish Premier League for the last decade, its share price was literally decimated between 2001 and 2003, and after staging something of a recovery over the following year, the shares hit a new all-time low in August last year. However, the last six months have finally seen shareholders rewarded, with its strong results on the field, combined with more disciplined cost control, helping profits to grow exponentially and the share price to double. The stock added another 4 per cent as the company announced a strong set of interim results yesterday, and continued progress in the Champions League would be sure to push the shares higher. In spite of its recent recovery, Celtic still looks incredibly cheap on any measure. Its pre-tax profits for the first half alone are less than three times its market value. Furthermore, there remains every chance that the club may get caught up in the recent takeover fever that has gripped the UK football industry over the past few months. Either way, it looks unlikely that shareholders can lose at these levels. One of the City's best kept secrets. Buy.
jsteveuk
16/2/2007
08:16
http://sport.scotsman.com/index.cfm?id=251362007
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