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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% 107.50 100.00 115.00 107.50 107.50 107.50 50 08:00:00
Industry Sector Turnover (m) Profit (m) EPS - Basic PE Ratio Market Cap (m)
Travel & Leisure 83.4 11.3 9.3 11.6 102

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29/6/2007
08:14
Sell 75k at 57.25p, buy limit 1500 at 57.4p, might get the 1500 for me mum :>) Mick
mickinvest
28/6/2007
15:06
mmmmm, MM's just been cleared out? Mick
mickinvest
26/6/2007
18:11
This isnt bad either http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=5xxfT3Qor80
lqs
26/6/2007
10:35
What's the story wrt John Reid possibly joining the Celtic board? This would strengthen the club further at boardroom level and ultimately he may be being approached to replace Brian Quinn as Chairman.
thwaiteuk
25/6/2007
10:39
Just a quick update on season ticket sales. All season tickets which include the Rangers game are gone and there are a few restricted view seats left. As it stands, there are only seats in the lisbon lions stand which don't include the Rangers game available so all looking good on that front. Mick
mickinvest
22/6/2007
20:25
Another classic http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=1g2jEkt_VGs
lqs
22/6/2007
12:26
LOL! I'll be back for more Celtic shares later in July. Still got some from 49p. I propose there is still considerable upside to be had.
hectorp
21/6/2007
20:47
Classic! http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Yd1IPnBOsWk
lqs
07/6/2007
12:41
The share is consolidating... a strong buy mid-summer IMO. May be immune to genera stock market action which could be helpfully defensive.
hectorp
20/5/2007
22:09
Brian Quinn, non-executive chairman at Celtic, has bought 33,745 shares at 58.75p. He now owns 109,862 shares. From Scotland on Sunday
jsteveuk
11/5/2007
16:40
http://www.sundayherald.com/sport/shfootball/display.var.1362894.0.0.php
lbo
02/5/2007
10:35
CCP on the move again? Interestingly the Share MAg in their general listing of AIM shares says of Celtic's shares: 'did well this year thanks to getting so far in Europe... which will not be repeated next year' - HAve they got a crystal ball? are they 'Gers supporters? AS a neutral, I would still expect Celtic to have a good run ( even with the wee nupty-mothed Strachan- Manager of the Year eh! I can think of 8-9 other candidates, eg Craig Levein etc etc.). - Is he the fine strategist a champion team need? They tried! to play well against Hearts yet we were too strong in the end, with Kingston... The team will need a bit of quality new blood I expect in the close season. I suspect Hartley's not quite up to it ... Pressley's a stop gap, and again who would step into the Lennon role. Nakamura is pretty good, Riordan, etc. Oh dear I can see myself supporting them in Europe, as I assume Hearts won't get the 3rd place with Kingston out for the last 3 matches.
hectorp
29/4/2007
14:49
Interesting Mick, and a Good match so far. Scotland On Sunday: Celtic Set to score with finance arm... ( Page 2 'Business') teamed up with Aegeon UK to launch Celtic FC Money to offer 'special advice' to the clubs supporters. Celtic FC money unveiled at todays match ... .. Aegeon's 'Origen' will offer Mortgages, Life Insurance Investments, annuities and pensions to supporters ( and no doubt thir relatives) " This service will make it more convenient for people to obtain Financial Advice" The Club will recieve part of the income freom any services bought.
hectorp
29/4/2007
14:49
.. Well Mick we gubbed your lot and spoiled your party, though they deserve the party having done so well again this year. This new Insurance and Mortgage development could be very lucrative to Celtic, depending on the terms they have managed to get from the Brokers.
hectorp
29/4/2007
12:08
Hector When valuing Celtic, worth taking this into account8>) Right off to see my lot gub your lot although getting excuses in early, we might take our eye off the ball celebrating the trophy presentation. http://www.murray-international.co.uk/documents/MURRAYREPORTS2006.pdf The Ibrox Stadium and football training facilities, included within freehold land and buildings, acquired with the purchase of The Rangers Football Club plc are valued on a depreciated replacement cost basis. The most recent valuation was performed as at 30 June 2006 by Messrs. D.M. Hall, Chartered Surveyors on a depreciated replacement cost basis. The directors consider that there should be no uplift in the value of these properties as a result of this valuation, therefore, the properties continue to be valued at £121.47m which is the value on acquisition. The value at acquisition was determined by Messrs D.M. Hall as at 30 June 2003.
mickinvest
27/4/2007
17:03
True market cap around 80million Hectorp,there are other types of shares...
louie76
27/4/2007
08:44
On the move already today.
hectorp
26/4/2007
10:32
Market cap £17.91 Million at yesterdays close according to ADVFN. around 30M shares in issue, value say 58p each mid price, = 18M. Whast the club ground and players and goodwill, product stream and sales of Celtic stuff is really worth is at least £150M. ADVFN also mention that the NAV net asset value of eacsh share is around 79 pence. The only reason this share is not over 100p now is that its a football club share.
hectorp
26/4/2007
10:24
Hector, Do you honestly believe the market cap is £19M? Nearer 4 times that I believe.
lqs
26/4/2007
09:44
Hector You'll be buying a season ticket soon. I've bought quite a few over the last week and bumped a few more off them for 10k and 20k just to keep them on their toes :>) Mick
mickinvest
25/4/2007
10:32
Director buys more shares today... he knows they will rally more. Its also in his retirement fund, so its not money he thinks he is gambling with. - These are one of the best 3-4 football shares in the UK and one of the least valued - yet. Look at the market cap - around 19 million quid, yet the NAV is closer to 70P per share. so a 55p share, represents 'value' ( the club players and land etc) of at least £180M . THey should win the Cup, especially as Hibs are now out, though I dont think its so relevant to us here now. and have secured the Champions League place again. THe least they will do is have a run through the Winter. I see these shares at 75p by the ist day of the new Season. All we do NOT want to see is the Club raising more money on the back of these shares in the next few months. But as they are very much cheaper than when issued, that would really annoy long ternm shareholders.
hectorp
23/4/2007
16:17
Could so easily have been 7 out of 7,but lets not be greedy...
louie76
23/4/2007
10:21
Thanks Celtic , I'm up £300 quid over a week, I can buy my Hearts season ticket out of that. Or - I COULD do but I can't stand the current setup. - No I will stay with my Celtic shares, I suspect they will return me a couple of £K this year.
hectorp
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