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CAU Centaur Media Plc

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07 Dec 2023 - Closed
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Share Name Share Symbol Market Type Share ISIN Share Description
Centaur Media Plc LSE:CAU London Ordinary Share GB0034291418 ORD 10P
  Price Change % Change Share Price Shares Traded Last Trade
  0.00 0.0% 39.50 249,206 08:00:00
Bid Price Offer Price High Price Low Price Open Price
39.00 40.00 39.50 39.50 39.50
Industry Sector Turnover Profit EPS - Basic PE Ratio Market Cap
Periodical:pubg,pubg & Print 41.59M 2.8M 0.0195 20.26 56.65M
Last Trade Time Trade Type Trade Size Trade Price Currency
11:49:13 O 50,000 39.25 GBX

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Posted at 07/12/2023 08:20 by Centaur Media Daily Update
Centaur Media Plc is listed in the Periodical:pubg,pubg & Print sector of the London Stock Exchange with ticker CAU. The last closing price for Centaur Media was 39.50p.
Centaur Media currently has 143,421,000 shares in issue. The market capitalisation of Centaur Media is £56,651,295.
Centaur Media has a price to earnings ratio (PE ratio) of 20.26.
This morning CAU shares opened at 39.50p
Posted at 17/3/2022 08:41 by alloa2003
Looks like a large share cross has gone through:-

891,146 48p

Is the large shareholder mopping up shares?
Posted at 09/5/2019 06:35 by janekane
6.7p a share in the kitty thus far from sales special dividend to shareholders will be very good
Posted at 18/8/2017 08:14 by neilyb675
Centaur Media (LSE: CAU), the business to business information, insight and events group, today announces the launch of an ordinary share buyback programme, with the objective of putting shares into treasury for use in meeting future obligations arising from share-based rewards to employees. The programme will involve the purchase of ordinary shares in the Company on-market up the value of £1 million in total.  Any purchase of ordinary shares effected in relation to this announcement will be carried out on the London Stock Exchange and executed in accordance with, and subject to limits prescribed by, the Listing Rules and in accordance with the authorisation granted to the Board by shareholders at the Annual General Meeting held on 9 May 2017. The Company has appointed Numis Securities Limited to manage the programme on its behalf. 
Posted at 11/10/2016 08:24 by neilyb675
Dear fellow CAU investors,

I am pleased to announce that yesterday I was paid my dividend from CAU.

Best regards

Posted at 14/9/2016 04:19 by janekane
We should get a RNS today as the trades recently sudgest an institution or private company are building a stake
This is a classic situation in a listed company,s share price that screams out to a Buyer
I'm exceedingly good value

Has Mr Willmot got City backing to make a take over bid
If he has he won't get the company for anything less than 80p a share
Posted at 02/9/2016 16:04 by neilyb675
Centaur Media Plc (LSE: CAU) announces that on 2 September 2016 it purchased through Numis Securities Ltd the following number of its ordinary shares at an average price of 43.00p per share:

Number of ordinary shares purchased: 10,000

Average price: 43.00p
Posted at 01/9/2016 15:54 by neilyb675
Centaur Media Plc (LSE: CAU) announces that on 1 September 2016 it purchased through Numis Securities Ltd the following number of its ordinary shares at an average price of 43.00p per share:

Number of ordinary shares purchased: 10,000

Average price: 43.00p
Posted at 15/8/2016 07:57 by shauney2
From city wire,

Best and Webb top up on tumbling Centaur

Small cap investors Philip Best and Marc Saint John Webb at Quaero Capital have added to their holding in Centaur Media (CAU) after its share price almost halved since the start of the year.

Citywire A-rated Best and + rated Webb increased their holding to 4.1% of the media group from worth £2.3 million at a share price of 38.6p, down 47% year to date.

The shares are held in the micro and small cap fund Argos Funds Argonaut.

At the end of July Centaur reported that cost reductions were underway to achieve £2 million in annual savings. Weakness in advertising caused a 10% slide in financial services revenues, although reported revenues grew by 8% to £39.9 million.

In their monthly review, Best and Webb said the company’s removal from the FTSE 250 index in June triggered selling by ETFs and index-tracking funds which put downward pressure on the shares, which they saw as excessive.
Posted at 01/8/2016 22:43 by eastbourne1982
Don't get me wrong dividends do have their place and do add up however when a share price is down 60% in a year the dividend being cut by 2 - 4% is no big deal, in many ways I often think it's a good thing, I'd rather the business built up more cash than paid out overly generous dividends, this one is now overly generous imho.
Posted at 01/8/2016 21:54 by eastbourne1982
The share price is down 60% since last August, who cares if they cut the dividend, it's chicken feed in the bigger picture, in fact they may as well cut it now and kitchen sink it whilst the share price is so low.

I never get the obsession with dividends when a share price has fallen so much, at these levels there is the potential to make 50 - 60% capital growth within 12 - 18 months imho.

I don't hold these however I'm getting tempted.
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