Share Name Share Symbol Market Type Share ISIN Share Description
Character Grp. LSE:CCT London Ordinary Share GB0008976119 ORD 5P
  Price Change % Change Share Price Bid Price Offer Price High Price Low Price Open Price Shares Traded Last Trade
  +0.00p +0.00% 492.50p 485.00p 500.00p 492.50p 492.50p 492.50p 4,282 06:39:00
Industry Sector Turnover (m) Profit (m) EPS - Basic PE Ratio Market Cap (m)
Media 115.1 12.2 47.5 10.4 104.13

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03/4/2018
00:36
ALBA!!! One to watch but don't hang around. Potential 15 bagger. See link below hTTp://www.alignresearch.co.uk/alba-minerals/the-bluejay-mining-alba-minerals-conundrum/
stephen2010
30/3/2018
23:15
How much effect will the steady decline in the dollar have this year. back just about to Brexit day levels from 1.20. buying in dollars and selling in pounds must have margin gains especially as they tightened their terms as it gained. the next 12 months outlook is key and they were looking forward to a good year before tyrus.
mcartdon
06/3/2018
11:08
I think it was already priced in during the big fall Fred. I'll be interested to hear more about their own B2C efforts, they have enough products now to make a visit worthwhile and the toys seem decent value. Anyone have any opinion on whether buybacks have finished or not?
runthejoules
01/3/2018
09:44
Interesting looking at results of Tandem (TND) this morning, who also trade with TRUs: they pulled all their trading when the US Co collapsed, so no debtor exposure, though they admit turnover will be affected. The sales will go somewhere, but opening up new distribution is not as easy or quick as it might sound. TND has placed a bet on opening a B2C channel.
18bt
01/3/2018
09:25
I'm astonished that the Toys R Us collapse doesn't seem to have even caused a ripple here - anyone know why?
fredfishcake
20/2/2018
10:17
fido, the time when this information would have been most useful would have been just after you sold out and before N4's meteoric rise. Thanks very much however for your kind hindsight. I'm almost back at breakeven now but looking at N4 to see if its spike still has legs.
runthejoules
15/2/2018
21:55
Orange1, you are wrong on a number of accounts but there you go. My post was prompted after looking at CCT`s share graph doing very little since I left. My intention was to show that there was an alternative to just treading water. As for N4 Pharma, it does not need ramping because the news over the next six months will be that good it will sell itself. You are right on one count though. That being that I have no interest here other than fond memories and that there is no reason why I should continue to post here so I will post no more on this thread and will delete CCT from my list of BB`s. I wish you and everyone else here the very best of luck.
fido
15/2/2018
21:00
Maybe an idea then to quit posting on this board and concentrate your efforts on the N4 board. You are an incredibly gifted and able investor with enormous intelligence and foresight. Why devote any attention to the "losers" on this board? Unless of course, you are so unsure of yourself and your own worth that you feel that you have to prop up you new investment with a bit of gratuitous ramping.
orange1
15/2/2018
20:04
I last described CCT as being a share dead in the water and looking at the chart that is a fair assessment. That situation is likely to continue with a risk of bad news sending it sharply lower. For information, having invested in CCT mainly at the 20p mark and selling out a few months back at the £5.36 mark, I have put the proceeds of that sale into a pharma stock called N4 Pharma where my money has multiplied by six times already and where it is very likely that there is going to be explosive growth over the next six months in N4 Pharma shares.
fido
06/2/2018
12:23
Fall today is strange given how well it stood up yesterday...
runthejoules
27/1/2018
22:27
All the time Character remain pigeon hold in the UK the company is going nowhere.
fido
27/1/2018
11:44
Prizes, buybacks, dub increase & price drops. What is wrong wi' people?
runthejoules
26/1/2018
13:02
Soft’n Slow Squishies ™ (see post above) was one of the winners of the Toy Fair’s Hero Toys, a prestigious new award for market-leading toys at Toy Fair 2018. The 25 toys, were selected by an independent panel of retailers and industry experts. https://www.toyfair.co.uk/toy-fairs-hero-toys-unveiled-at-toy-fair-2018/ For a full list Squishie products, click here: https://softnslosquishies.com/#products
orange1
26/1/2018
13:00
Earlier this week,Pokémon Collectables from Character Options was crowned the winner of the Toy Fair 2018 Editor’s Choice Award. Organised by the British Toy & Hobby Association (BTHA), the awards were voted on by media attending the annual toy, games and hobby show, which takes place this week at Olympia, London. “We are delighted to have been voted to receive an editor’s choice award for the Pokémon collection,” commented Jerry Healy, Group Marketing Director at Character Options. “Character is very much looking forward to revealing its entire range from Wicked Cool Toys in coming months.” https://www.toyfair.co.uk/winners-announced-for-toy-fair-2018-editors-choice-award/
orange1
25/1/2018
13:22
The hot collectable for 2018 is being tipped as the Soft n' Slow Squishies by Character Options. http://www.wtvy.com/content/news/Collectible-squishies-could-be-a-big-toy-in-2018-471035743.html
orange1
24/1/2018
22:12
I do wish they'd issue RNSes at 7am though, even if it's just for an award. Makes them look even less professional!
runthejoules
24/1/2018
20:29
Good news about the 2 awards. It looks like more buy backs today totalling 50,000++ shares, hopefully a positive view of the current market price by the BOD. Looking forward to receiving the 10p dividend on Friday.
h1a3
24/1/2018
13:56
Two Toy of the Year Awards for Character London: Wednesday 24 January 2018: The Character Group plc (AIM: CCT) is delighted to announce that its principal trading subsidiary, Character Options Limited ("Character Options"), is celebrating not one, but two, successes at the annual Toy Industry Awards held last night (Tuesday 23 January 2018) at The London Toy Fair. Each year the Toy Retailers Association comes together to announce which toys were most successful in the previous 12 months, with several awards being granted within their own categories. Character Options was announced the winner of two: Best Electronic Toy for the Laser X Dual Pack, manufactured by NSI International Inc., and Best Action Toy for The Original Stretch Armstrong manufactured under licence from Hasbro. Each of these toys were also awarded the status of Dream Toys in November 2017. http://www.rns-pdf.londonstockexchange.com/rns/8187C_-2018-1-24.pdf Jerry Healy, Group Marketing Director, said; "The Toy Industry Awards night is a very important occasion as it gives credit to the 'best in class' toys of the previous year. Everyone at Character is therefore delighted to once again be awarded two of these important accolades." Jon Diver, Joint MD at Character, added; "The success also signifies the prospects for the year ahead of these two brands. Laser X was successful from the moment it launched last July and, this year we will be extending the brand with two further toy lines, the Laser X Battling Tower and the Laser X Long Range Blaster. Stretch Armstrong has now developed into a full product range of characters, including iconic figures from the past, Vac Man and the Stretch Monster and is one of Characters' fastest growing brands." Kiran Shah, Joint MD at Character, also commented: "The London Toy Fair this week is proving to be another great expo for us -we are currently exhibiting our full range of 2018 products and the feedback we are receiving from customers and trade visitors to the London Toy Fair is very encouraging. We are confident that the performance of our core ranges and these new introductions will result in further growth in demand for our products, in the calendar year ahead."
runthejoules
19/1/2018
08:32
Pretty much what they'd said before, though as ever it'd be nice if they stated what the expectations actually were. Market expectations, board expectations? The price has probably been mostly marked down due to their releasing the RNS at 7.55am, christ...
runthejoules
19/1/2018
08:08
As reported in the 2017 Annual Report and Accounts, whist the Group's performance for the half year to 28 February 2018 will reflect the overall lower trading compared to 2017, the Board remains confident that, absent any major external factors, the Group will return to its previous growth pattern during the second half of this calendar year and this will be fully reflected in the strength of the trading for the financial year to 31 August 2019.
mip55
19/1/2018
08:07
Following on from our trading statement of 11 October, and the publication of the 2017 Annual Report and Accounts on 21 December 2017, we are pleased to confirm that trading for the first four months of the current financial year, which includes the all-important 2017 Christmas retail sales, were in line with expectations.
mip55
19/1/2018
01:16
OMG that's today. Good luck folks, decision time!
runthejoules
16/1/2018
17:18
This comment is just plain stupid on every level.
tkamp
11/1/2018
08:48
Ex-10p dividend today, so the bid is actually 5p up. Trading statement next week on AGM day (Friday 19 Jan).
orange1
06/1/2018
12:17
Sorry didn't mean earnings per share more the amount to pay in dividends
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