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Share Name Share Symbol Market Type Share ISIN Share Description
Celtic LSE:CCP London Ordinary Share GB0004339189 ORD 1P
  Price Change % Change Share Price Shares Traded Last Trade
  +0.00p +0.00% 165.50p 1,000 08:00:00
Bid Price Offer Price High Price Low Price Open Price
163.00p 168.00p 165.50p 165.50p 165.50p
Industry Sector Turnover (m) Profit (m) EPS - Basic PE Ratio Market Cap (m)
Travel & Leisure 101.57 17.27 16.47 10.0 155.4

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Date Time Source Headline
12/12/201817:15UKREGCeltic PLC Issue of Equity
23/11/201807:00UKREGCeltic PLC Issue of Equity
21/11/201815:47UKREGCeltic PLC Result of AGM
01/11/201811:00UKREGCeltic PLC Issue of Equity
19/10/201815:15UKREGCeltic PLC Notice of AGM
11/10/201816:45UKREGCeltic PLC Issue of Equity
25/9/201817:00UKREGCeltic PLC Issue of Equity
19/9/201815:54ALNCCeltic Annual Profit Near-Trebles On Registrations And Revenue Growth
19/9/201815:17ALNCFAlliance News Flash Headline
19/9/201815:15UKREGCeltic PLC Results for the year ended 30 June 2018
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Date Time Title Posts
29/8/201815:03CCP A BUY AT 23P.........DYOR501
16/2/200723:48Celtic Football Club12
22/11/200614:12GOOD LUCK CELTIC!453
22/10/200623:29CCP IS A BUY AT 23P..........DYOR75
21/6/200321:00if Celtic win the league and 'EUFA' cup double will their shares rocket?5

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2018-12-14 10:17:47163.001,0001,630.00O
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DateSubject
14/12/2018
08:20
Celtic Daily Update: Celtic is listed in the Travel & Leisure sector of the London Stock Exchange with ticker CCP. The last closing price for Celtic was 165.50p.
Celtic has a 4 week average price of 163p and a 12 week average price of 163p.
The 1 year high share price is 166.50p while the 1 year low share price is currently 127p.
There are currently 93,897,440 shares in issue and the average daily traded volume is 88,676 shares. The market capitalisation of Celtic is £155,400,263.20.
29/8/2018
13:57
twodegrees: So what has caused the share price to suddenly wake up after 5 long years
25/8/2017
13:16
joonas: Share price has done very well for me this year, good luck in the Champions League matches.
11/10/2007
13:10
thwaiteuk: :-) A share price rise when the company is waiting on sanctions from a regulator! LOL. Any guesses on what UEFA will dish out later today? I'm thinking it will be a smallish fine.
31/8/2007
07:14
hugepants: Its been such a great week for Celtic its surprising the share price has remained flat. Theyve qualified for the CL, theyve drawn a group that gives them a decen tchance of qulaification for the next phase and they now have Gravesen off the books for a season at least. http://www.theherald.co.uk/sport/headlines/display.var.1655217.0.0.php Herald article suggests Balde and possibly Jarosik likely to go by the end of the day. And Miller to be sold for around £2M or so.
30/8/2007
07:28
hugepants: Yeah watched it on the telly. Amazing match and what a finish. Surprised no rise in the share price yet.
25/8/2007
15:43
hectorp: Oh poor old Hearts, having an awful season, time they returned to using British players. - Wednesdays match will be very significant to Celtic's share price IMO.
17/4/2007
19:24
hectorp: No Hermana because I've closed out of PCI for the moment , will be back dont worry. Celtic share price with its 20M cap is very undervalued on its international brand potential, Footie potential and income and mainly brand income. and I think its also iunderestimated even by the club's business managers. Let ME take over marketing please!!! The club has also got to the Finals of the Scottish cup and you expect they have to be beating Hibs there. Celtic will be in the Champions league again next season. An English Premier club has to envy the way Celtic can do this each year. 70-90p share price here in a few more months. Pity I missed 25p!
22/2/2007
12:35
lbo: Celtic 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.
16/2/2007
11:27
sruk77: 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.
16/2/2007
09:25
jsteveuk: 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.
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