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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% 115.00 110.00 120.00 115.00 115.00 115.00 1,408 01:00:00
Industry Sector Turnover (m) Profit (m) EPS - Basic PE Ratio Market Cap (m)
Travel & Leisure 83.4 11.3 9.3 12.4 108

Celtic Share Discussion Threads

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DateSubjectAuthorDiscuss
28/7/2008
23:47
Bit of volume today...
louie76
15/7/2008
21:58
Feeling confident for next season, think the psychological edge from last seasons league victory is key. As soon as the funds are available I'm back in here. 4 in a row, here we come!
louie76
15/7/2008
11:38
Samaras in on a 3 year deal. There's a strong possibility of Maloney coming back. Tamas, the Romanian defender, is in talks. Things are starting to warm up in the transfer window now.
thwaiteuk
10/7/2008
12:47
Tempted to get back in. 5.5% drop today...
louie76
04/7/2008
00:01
Still a steady drop.. Any views?
louie76
02/6/2008
15:28
Is there anybody there or is everyone still celebrating?
louie76
01/6/2008
15:03
Why the big drop on Friday?
louie76
23/5/2008
09:46
Championees!!! Ole! Ole! Ole! Three in a row. :-)))))))))))))))))))))))
thwaiteuk
06/5/2008
11:56
Darkside, aye so much of a shift your mob are trying to do anything to cheat your way to the SPL title with extensions to the league now your bottle is crashing. 23 April - We won't be asking for a league extension - Walter Smith 30 April - league extended 5 May - another request to have the league extended further I expect Celtic to be issuing a statement on this later today.
thwaiteuk
01/5/2008
23:07
Now then bhoys, anyone detect a shift in power in Scottish football? John the ger xx
darkside
17/2/2008
23:30
Hasnt helped liverpool much, would probably end up loaded in debt again like them.
borderriever
15/2/2008
21:10
yanks showing an interest, directors adding, net debt coming down, smells like a takeover
aughton 3
15/2/2008
20:51
Can't see this moving much higher for a while...
louie76
15/2/2008
20:40
have been adding in last month, at least 50% upside from here
aughton 3
15/2/2008
20:33
Aughton 3 3 different classes of share. True market cap, very roughly £90mill.
louie76
15/2/2008
20:21
most of the turnover appears to be due to less income from transfer fees, net debt dropped significantly, market cap of under 60 million when Derby went for 55 million??? does not add up
aughton 3
15/2/2008
12:07
Interims out. They still look pretty good despite being down on turnover and profit compared to last years exceptional year.
thwaiteuk
15/2/2008
08:28
From The Times Peter Lawwell promises to back Gordon Strachan after Celtic make rich list Phil Gordon Celtic are ready to hang on to their unique position in the top 20 of the world's richest football clubs, by backing Gordon Strachan in his efforts to replicate perennial Champions League membership just as they prepare to bank another £3 million when they face Barcelona next week. The last 16 tie is worth at least that amount in ticket sales and television revenue, as Celtic discovered last season when they faced AC Milan at the same stage. The Champions League run last season contributed hugely to Celtic's financial rise that saw them post a record profit and a turnover of £75.2 million, which allowed them to move up to seventeenth place in the Deloitte Football Money League. Celtic are the only Scottish club to make it into that elite group and also the only club to come from outside the "big five" countries of Spain, England, Italy, Germany and France. The revenue-based league table was for the 2006-07 season and the indications are that Celtic could move towards even bigger sums this season. Rangers featured in last year's table, thanks to their own run to the last 16 of the Champions League in 2005-06 when Celtic failed to qualify at all, but drop out in the latest standings. Peter Lawwell, the chief executive, hailed Celtic's financial success and stressed the club would continue to support Strachan as he builds a team to achieve success on the field, with Champions League qualification increasingly vital in maintaining high levels of profitability. "It is a fantastic achievement for Celtic to be the seventeen7th in the world in terms of turnover," Lawwell said. "This demonstrates the level of financial commitment from our supporters around the world, together with the highly successful management of the club's commercial activity and excellent on-field success. "To be the only club in the world in this league table outwith the top five footballing nations is particularly pleasing, when considering the insignificant value of media rights in Scotland compared to these other nations. The benefit of such turnover levels is clearly that this has given us the opportunity to invest in the team on the field, something which we will continue to do." The difference between Celtic and the rest of the top 20 is that they receive huge revenues from television. Celtic's cut of the Scottish Premier League's deal with Setanta is about £1.2 million. Broadcasting revenue can be hiked by the Old Firm through Champions League screen appearances. In essence, Celtic's rise in revenue is down to increased merchandising. The club has capitalised on shirt sales in Japan with the arrival of Shunsuke Nakamura and the fan base in Scotland and Ireland has bought huge amounts of merchandise, too. Lawwell paid tribute to those fans, and the 53,000 season-ticket holders who put their money into Celtic. "We would like to take this opportunity to thank our fans for their continued commitment and support." Real Madrid are in first position, with Manchester United second and Barcelona third. A total of six English clubs feature in the top 20, with four each from Germany and Italy, three Spanish sides and two from France.
thwaiteuk
07/1/2008
16:08
A buy at 67p. Could be pushing through 70p this week.
thwaiteuk
07/1/2008
12:15
I had been looking for an entry.Fear I may have missed the boat.
louie76
07/1/2008
11:34
Now moving up nicely today.
thwaiteuk
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