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Share Name Share Symbol Market Type Share ISIN Share Description
Chamberlin Plc LSE:CMH London Ordinary Share GB0001870228 ORD 0.1P
  Price Change % Change Share Price Bid Price Offer Price High Price Low Price Open Price Shares Traded Last Trade
  0.00 0.0% 11.50 11.00 12.00 11.75 11.50 11.50 405,657 08:00:07
Industry Sector Turnover (m) Profit (m) EPS - Basic PE Ratio Market Cap (m)
Industrial Engineering 26.1 -2.3 -18.7 - 8

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DateSubjectAuthorDiscuss
07/3/2017
11:01
Thanks for that Zoolook.CMH must really be seeing the currency benefit now, could (should) be some really decent upside to the share price from these levels. Broker target achievable?
hastings
07/3/2017
10:25
Looking perky again Grand opening, by the mayor of Walsall himself, of the new high speed machining centre takes place on 23rd Mar
zoolook
30/1/2017
08:08
Have a fair few of these based on the positives the exchange-rate should bring to the bottom line. Nice to see it continue upwards.
chrisis33
17/1/2017
07:50
I would guess its more cost related.That aside, the prevailing pound to euro should be making a notable positive for CMH as outlined in the previous broker note.
hastings
13/1/2017
10:01
Nothing goes up in a straight line, so we were due a pullback at some point. Not sure why they'd need to change NOMAD to do a fund raising - maybe they've changed to save some money on fees?
jamielein
13/1/2017
09:08
Change of Nominated Adviser and Broker fund raising ?
my retirement fund
13/1/2017
09:03
Anyone here been selling? I'd be interested to know why if so. The prospects look far too juicy to be selling anywhere near this point. All views welcome
zoolook
03/1/2017
15:18
Cheer up chaps - the share price is rising after all ;-)
zoolook
03/1/2017
13:22
I see this was tipped by interactive investor top 5 aim shares for this year... could be the kiss of death
swanboy0
03/1/2017
12:27
Yes, it will depend on the terms of the lease.
pherrom
03/1/2017
08:47
Zoo I would be very surprised if Cmh was not responsible for the clean up cost.
redartbmud
03/1/2017
08:33
Good to see an early tick up here this morning.If numbers come out as projected, then there should be a decent re-rating in store.
hastings
20/12/2016
11:36
In answer to earlier questions about whether Leicester was owned or leased the article makes it clear it was leased: 'In closing the operation it does not I am informed hold the freehold, rather it was leased and with that now up for renewal the company has exercised its right not to renew the option.' The site is in a 'dare-I say-it' rough area of the city and as others have commented the clean up of foundry sites is costly and time consuming - gaining change of usage even more so. One less distraction for Management to achieve their tantalising forecast!
zoolook
20/12/2016
11:12
Very positive piece on CMH from Private Punter aka Hastings hTTp://www.cambridge-news.co.uk/business/business-news/chamberlin-shares-could-engineer-growth-12285139 With a market cap of just £5.2m and pre-tax profits expected to hit £2m in the next full financial year the shares look extremely cheap on a forward PER of 3.5. Even allowing for the usual discount applied to such cyclical stocks a price of circa £1.30p would still see Chamberlin trading on a single digit PER of 7. Broker Panmure Gordon having raised its forecast numbers has also lifted its target price to £1.66p from 95p, perhaps highlighting the potential for some serious upside potential.
cockerhoop
21/11/2016
07:43
ALS I suspect that there will be a massive site clean up bill. There are bound to be contaminants in abundance.
redartbmud
21/11/2016
07:36
In line trading statement released today but also the closure of the Leicester foundary. I wonder if the site has any development potential, I believe it's owned freehold.
arthur_lame_stocks
08/9/2016
12:35
Chamberlin analysts Panmure Gordon still have 95.00p target price on the stock.
my retirement fund
02/9/2016
11:33
OK your view noted many thanks. Looks like this is switching to an upward trajectory now, I'm guess the catalyst driving this is the manufacturing data released yesterday.
my retirement fund
23/8/2016
13:17
Do you think a £4M deficit with an adjusted multi decade long repayment plan that could be agreed with the trustee would put the knockers on a takeover ?
my retirement fund
23/8/2016
13:09
you are all forgetting the pension deficit....
digger61
23/8/2016
12:01
red - A private company taking this out and getting rid of the listing expenses and above all sickening salaries the leeches are helping themselves to will net a huge filip to the net income profit table of any ones books
my retirement fund
20/6/2016
13:34
No - the salaries are still anomalously high IMO. According to the AR, Kevin Nolan's basic salary was £208 & £115k bonus whilst David Roberts' was £139k and £73k respectively - £539k in total. For the size of company, this is patently over the top - and it's not like they've been spending it on the shares; they own just over £2,500 worth in total AFAICS! I've taken all this into account and see it as a negative. But it's still well undervalued.
value hound
20/6/2016
13:19
MRF Never say never, but the odds in that direction aren't good. red
redartbmud
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