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 Shares Traded Last Trade
  0.00 0.0% 115.00 1,043 08:00:00
Bid Price Offer Price High Price Low Price Open Price
110.00 120.00 115.00 115.00 115.00
Industry Sector Turnover (m) Profit (m) EPS - Basic PE Ratio Market Cap (m)
Travel & Leisure 83.41 11.31 9.30 12.4 108
Last Trade Time Trade Type Trade Size Trade Price Currency
12:42:23 O 505 112.00 GBX

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10/4/202123:45CCP A BUY AT 23P.........DYOR604
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21/6/200322:00if Celtic win the league and 'EUFA' cup double will their shares rocket?5

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Celtic Daily Update: Celtic Plc is listed in the Travel & Leisure sector of the London Stock Exchange with ticker CCP. The last closing price for Celtic was 115p.
Celtic Plc has a 4 week average price of 112p and a 12 week average price of 94.50p.
The 1 year high share price is 120p while the 1 year low share price is currently 94.50p.
There are currently 93,897,440 shares in issue and the average daily traded volume is 2,215 shares. The market capitalisation of Celtic Plc is £107,982,056.
lukmanpatel: Another troll by the username lsehotdealz haha, share price is stagnant and there’s talks of fundraise at 10p on that board lol desperation has lead to going round posting on different board to prevent share price from dropping, usually ud stay quiet and average down and accumulate if you see huge potential lmaoo he’s spamming all the boards
twodegrees: So what has caused the share price to suddenly wake up after 5 long years
joonas: Share price has done very well for me this year, good luck in the Champions League matches.
louie76: tennent's sponsorship of the hoops begins Newsroom Staff CELTIC FC is delighted to announce a three-year partnership with Tennent's Lager from today, Thursday, July 1. Chief Executive Peter Lawwell is pleased with the club's new multi-million pound three-year arrangement with Tennent's as shirt sponsor. He said: "As well as launching the new kit, we are delighted to enter into a new partnership with Tennent's, a brand which has become synonymous with football. "In very challenging times for Scottish Football, it is fantastic that Tennent's has maintained its high level of commitment to the game in Scotland, something they should receive great credit for. "This sponsorship provides important revenue for Celtic over the next three years, which will contribute to our continued investment in the football squad. "We are sure this partnership with Tennent's will be most beneficial to the club." Mike Lees, Managing Director of Tennent's said: "We are absolutely delighted to begin a three-year association with Celtic who share the same Glasgow heritage as Tennent's. "We have been involved in Scottish football now for the past 36 years and see this partnership as a great opportunity to continue this support."
louie76: mryesyes I'm just back from the game and I don't share your sentiments.I'm still hopefull we'll qualify for the Champions League and I think now is the time to bring in some quality now that Rangers have papered over the cracks once again. Roll on next season!
mryesyes: Don't forget this saves CCP the cost of the win bonuses. To be honest, the Champions League is too hot for these players UEFA cup is better as it gives them likely a longer run than Rangers Hopefully there will not be too much money spent on players because CCP always have to play a premium but the world's top players will not go north of the border when there are far better teams in and out of Europe playing in superior leagues Playing in the SPL just doesn't add to their CV
louie76: Peter Lawwell: Despite strong financial results, prize Celtic want most is SPL title Feb 21 2009 By Gary Ralston CELTIC chief executive Peter Lawwell revealed a glittering set of financial results and then stressed the prize his club wants most is four in a row. The SPL champs have announced profits of s8.36million on turnover of s46.78m for the six months to December 2008. Celtic are now carrying debt of less than s1m and Lawwell is adamant they are among the best-equipped clubs in Europe to deal with the economic downturn. However, he insists what he wants to see most at Parkhead is the SPL trophy, not plaudits for financial and business acumen. Lawwell expressed regret at being unable to add significant quality to the playing squad in the January transfer window, but maintains the market was stagnant. However, he reckons Gordon Strachan still has the talent at his disposal to see off Rangers and book a Champions League slot again next season. Lawwell said: "They're good numbers and we're delighted with them because they give us a stability and a strong foundation as we enter deeper into this recession. "We're in as good a shape as any football club going into it. We're prepared and agile enough to cope with what's thrown at us and see it through. "However, we don't want to show the balance sheet as a trophy. The trophy we want to see most is the title and the opportunity to play at the highest level in Europe again next season. "The only reason we're here is to win football matches and our job is to help that happen within our financial means. We've got to strike the right balance but I don't hide from the fact we're all as frustrated as the supporters we couldn't deliver on more good players during the January window. "We did all we could to bring fresh faces in,as we have in the previous three years, but were unable to do so because of a lack of availability. "The resources were there and we were intent on doing business but if you look at other big clubs in England and Europe hardly any was done. It was a dormant market. "Nevertheless, we still have a very good squad and will hopefully go on and win our fourth title under Gordon." Celtic's turnover was up by 10 per cent. Profits were down slightly from last year's figure of s10.07m due to reduced activity in player sales. Celtic spent more this season on new players than last,s7m against s1m. Merchandise sales were up 6.4 per cent to s10.89m. Season-ticket sales are at an all-time high but Lawwell says the club will look at their pricing structure closely ahead of next season. He added: "We froze the price of season-tickets last year and introduced very low costs for kids, which has been a fabulous success. We understand the hardship people are facing and will be considerate of that." Lawwell insists the club's business model is not dependent on qualifying for the Champions League, important as that is. He added: "We aim to get there every year but don't budget for it." Lawwell spoke of the responsibility to sustain Celtic for the future. He said: "The easy thing would be to go out and sign players for the sake of it but you often have to make some difficult decisions in the short term to benefit the club in the long term."
louie76: I'm keeping my share!
borderriever: Yeh fair enough,but im getting sick of the continual euro failures. I`d rather do well in euroland than win Scottish cups to be honest,and i see theres half price season tickets on offer as advertised in todays paper? There used to be a waiting list? Why not do a hostile takeover of some lowly English club and spend 5 years or so getting upto the premiership? I think there will be a number of footie clubs going to the wall very soon. If a successful business cant get funding what hope have the majority of football clubs got with their huge debts which they will never be able to pay off? Scary times ahead indeed, who knows the premiership may yet invite the Oldfirm in as their huge added gate revenue will be welcomed once the overdraft clubs bubbles burst?
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