Share Name Share Symbol Market Type Share ISIN Share Description
Charles Taylor Plc LSE:CTR London Ordinary Share GB0001883718 ORD 1P
  Price Change % Change Share Price Shares Traded Last Trade
  0.00 0.00% 230.00 3,171 16:28:00
Bid Price Offer Price High Price Low Price Open Price
220.00 230.00 230.00 229.00 229.00
Industry Sector Turnover (m) Profit (m) EPS - Basic PE Ratio Market Cap (m)
Support Services 263.56 -3.27 -4.94 179
Last Trade Time Trade Type Trade Size Trade Price Currency
16:35:06 UT 372 230.00 GBX

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2019-07-19 15:35:06230.00372855.60UT
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2019-07-19 15:23:02230.00144331.20AT
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Charles Taylor Daily Update: Charles Taylor Plc is listed in the Support Services sector of the London Stock Exchange with ticker CTR. The last closing price for Charles Taylor was 230p.
Charles Taylor Plc has a 4 week average price of 206p and a 12 week average price of 202p.
The 1 year high share price is 310p while the 1 year low share price is currently 184.50p.
There are currently 77,750,814 shares in issue and the average daily traded volume is 12,850 shares. The market capitalisation of Charles Taylor Plc is £178,826,872.20.
psync: He couldn't understand why the share price had fallen so much as he had been left with a good impression by the capital markets day and annual results. Over dinner with the CEO, he received words of reassurance that the current level of financial leverage and net debt were not excessive. He concludes by saying that he has added to his already important holding. I put an order in for 200p this morning but unfortunately the price had already moved beyond that at the open.
its the oxman: Results seem ok, this years no's reflected by the share price perhaps but next year comments suggest an in line performance which makes ctr look cheap - and div nudged up. Not sure what was expected really.
galeforce1: Looking like good value here at CTR. Yield at almost 5%. I wonder if the Capital Markets Day will lift the share price.
ratel274: In a recent issue of Growth Company Investor, Gervais Williams of Miton Asset Management described CTR as a stable business and a world leader at what it does on a cheap valuation. The article post-dated the sales warning and at the time the share price was around 250p. I put it on my watchlist and bought in yesterday following the solid trading update. In the same article he mentioned CROS which was 33p at the time and is now 53p to sell.
jonwig: What do you make of it, speedsgh? Share price is well below the 238.125p theoretical price following the announcement. Would it be fair to say there will be some share price weakness for a while as the new shareholdings are shuffled about? Had no knowledge of this company, but John Lee mentions it in today's FT. Last year they paid 10.75p in dividends. Must look up what intentions are going forward.
lord gnome: Today's IMS reads nicely - but looks to be more of a 'steady as she goes' statement rather than 'we are burning the paint off the walls'. Progress is progress and it shouldn't do the share price any harm even if it doesn't put a rocket under it. Happy to continue to hold.
lord gnome: Share price making slow but steady progress again. Perhaps we will get some good news with the interims at the end of the month. Things are picking up in the economy, so hopefully CTR will not miss out. A run up to 250 would be most welcome.
lord gnome: Share price continues to pick up :-))
speedsgh: Write up in IC by Mr Bearbull. "... Simultaneously, it has been converting almost all its accounting profits into cash. The cash-conversion ratio of operating profits to cash flow has averaged 86 per cent for the past six years. That's actually quite an impressive ratio and, as free cash per share (the cash theoretically left over for shareholders each year) has averaged about 23p over the same period, it lends credence to the notion that the reduced 10p pay-out should be the platform for future dividend growth. As even that reduced payout generates a 7.4 per cent yield, it does not take much effort to imagine that the floor in Taylor's share price has surely been reached."
wallywoo: Bouncing on a tip from the Independant: Charles Taylor Consulting Our view: Buy Share price: 140p (-19p) Charles Taylor Consulting (CTC), it is worth pointing out, has nothing to do with the former Liberian president on trial at the Hague, and everything to do with the business of insurance. The group started life as a coal merchant in the 1840s before moving into managing the Standard Steamship Owners' Protection and Indemnity in 1885. Today CTC, which listed on the London Stock Exchange back in 1996, has four operations, the biggest of which are management services for mutuals and adjustment services. Revenues were up slightly from £96.6m in 2009 to £99.1m last year, but the company admitted that 2010 had been difficult. Pre-tax profits fell by a fifth to £12.5m and the company cut its dividend in half, saying it needed greater financial flexibility to re-invest. The headline figures in the company's full-year results were in line with the house broker's hopes, though the market did not appear to be pleased and the stock fell to levels not seen since the group listed. That apart, the company's chairman, Rupert Robson, believes good things are in store once the newly announced chief executive, David Marock, takes up that role in the summer. The year may have started slowly for Charles Taylor, with a pretty mixed performance across the board, but trends may be moving in the company's favour. Mutuals are more profitable, there is a more favourable regime in the UK, and business is likely to pick up after the tragic earthquake in Japan. Moreover, with an undemanding forward earnings multiple of less than seven times, we think this stock may be worth a punt.
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