Share Name Share Symbol Market Type Share ISIN Share Description
Chemring Group LSE:CHG London Ordinary Share GB00B45C9X44 ORD 1P
  Price Change % Change Share Price Bid Price Offer Price High Price Low Price Open Price Shares Traded Last Trade
  -1.50p -0.70% 211.50p 212.00p 213.50p 218.00p 212.50p 218.00p 196,698 16:35:26
Industry Sector Turnover (m) Profit (m) EPS - Basic PE Ratio Market Cap (m)
Aerospace & Defence 547.5 3.1 2.4 88.1 590.60

Chemring Share Discussion Threads

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DateSubjectAuthorDiscuss
20/10/2013
15:16
The drop looks way overdone to looking at all that CHG have going for them, a new order or two would see a sharp correction.
yorgi
20/10/2013
09:08
Thanks phil Shares in Chemring rallied sharply in late trade on Wednesday, a move dealers today attributed to vague bid chatter." The chatter may get louder tomorrow!! These will be over £3 by the year end imho
dewtrader
18/10/2013
23:59
You're only saying that because you've sold yours. :-)
jonntara
18/10/2013
20:45
Trouble is, maybe cheaper soon :-S Good weekend all.
philanderer
18/10/2013
16:22
roll up roll up, shares going cheap
dewtrader
18/10/2013
16:18
dew, Daily Telegraph market report for wednesday.... "...Defence equipment group Chemring, shaken by a profit alert last week, slipped 4.3 to 210.7p after Citigroup analyst Hugo Mills cut his target price to 230p from 280p. Mr Mills, who has a "neutral" rating on Chemring, said he was "surprised" that the company was continuing to experience quality and production problems at its Kilgore countermeasures business. Shares in Chemring rallied sharply in late trade on Wednesday, a move dealers today attributed to vague bid chatter." HTTP://www.telegraph.co.uk/finance/markets/10387116/Royal-Mail-shares-resume-their-climb.html
philanderer
18/10/2013
16:09
Come on you dirty dog Get a bid and back to 350p
dewtrader
18/10/2013
15:57
And trading update set for november 25th - just up on their website
philanderer
18/10/2013
15:54
Well , Investec have increased by 5.5 million - now 5%+ holding
philanderer
18/10/2013
15:51
How about a repeat of this *from last year How about a repeat of this *from last year http://www.ft.com/cms/s/0/95f0b4a0-e885-11e1-8ffc-00144feab49a.html#ixzz2i5LsLyMC Carlyle approach boosts Chemring By Stanley Pignal Shares in Chemring, the embattled maker of ammunition and decoy flares, jumped on Friday after it announced a takeover approach from Carlyle, the US private equity group. The London-listed company issued a one-line statement in which it said it had received a "highly preliminary expression of interest" in relation to a possible buyout offer, without specifying either a price or whether the approach was made on friendly or hostile terms. http://www.ft.com/cms/s/0/95f0b4a0-e885-11e1-8ffc-00144feab49a.html#ixzz2i5LsLyMC Carlyle approach boosts Chemring By Stanley Pignal Shares in Chemring, the embattled maker of ammunition and decoy flares, jumped on Friday after it announced a takeover approach from Carlyle, the US private equity group. The London-listed company issued a one-line statement in which it said it had received a "highly preliminary expression of interest" in relation to a possible buyout offer, without specifying either a price or whether the approach was made on friendly or hostile terms. More
dewtrader
18/10/2013
15:45
am buying for the bid from last year How about a repeat of this *from last year??? http://www.ft.com/cms/s/0/95f0b4a0-e885-11e1-8ffc-00144feab49a.html#ixzz2i5LsLyMC Carlyle approach boosts Chemring By Stanley Pignal Shares in Chemring, the embattled maker of ammunition and decoy flares, jumped on Friday after it announced a takeover approach from Carlyle, the US private equity group. The London-listed company issued a one-line statement in which it said it had received a "highly preliminary expression of interest" in relation to a possible buyout offer, without specifying either a price or whether the approach was made on friendly or hostile terms. The news propelled Chemring shares up 71.6p to £3.85, reversing months of steady decline, but still well below their £7.22 in February 2011.
dewtrader
18/10/2013
15:45
am buying for the bid
dewtrader
18/10/2013
13:57
...but maybe it's stopped falling?
kiwihope
18/10/2013
13:34
But all the way back down again.... can`t hold any sort of gain at present.
philanderer
18/10/2013
09:02
Well it`s one of the better starts over the last week
philanderer
17/10/2013
14:58
Citi are probably the worst outfit in the world - I deal with them on a daily basis and their systems are in a terrible mess. As they struggle to accept csv files on their own templates and verified with their own software, I struggle to take them seriously.
erogenous jones
17/10/2013
14:03
Many thanks kiwihope. The figures looked tolerable to me from the ADVFN financials but your understanding is much more profound than mine. I have learned something.
hazelton
17/10/2013
11:31
Today`s drop... Chemring Group: "Citigroup cuts target price from 280p to 230p, while reiterating its neutral rating" Sharecast.
philanderer
17/10/2013
10:22
At 30 April 2013: Net debt to equity was 62%. I agree this is higher than ideal but it is not critical yet. Current liabilities were £219M, covered by current assets of £362M. In fact current borrowings and trade creditors are covered by trade debtors and cash, without needing to call on inventories. So again, provided the customers pay what's owing, there are no immediate cash concerns. The most important issue is the revolving credit covenant. I'm assuming they're OK with the end-Oct test (3.25x), otherwise I'm sure they would have had to say something in the last trading statement. The next test is end-Jan-14 (3.25x) and then end-Apr-14 and end-Jul-14 (both 3.00x). At 30 April 2013 the ratio was 2.79x. Since then they have said profits are going to be lower. So it is a concern but I expect the FD is watching this like a hawk. And they have explained some reasons why the net debt increased, so hopefully some of these can be reversed (eg. buying bulk stock at lower cost). In summary, the balance sheet is not good, being no better than mediocre. But I think management have things they can do to get through this difficult period. I wouldn't rule out a suspension of the dividend, which could save them £10-20M.
kiwihope
17/10/2013
09:09
Hazelton - covenants, debt to equity ratio, and short term debt.
bookbroker
17/10/2013
08:54
I`m out again this morning.
philanderer
17/10/2013
06:54
I am unclear about the debt problem , what particular bit of it gives rise for special concern ?
hazelton
16/10/2013
22:43
Debts are a bit high for my comfort but there has been a hell of a drop in the price. So worth a dabble in my opinion.
jonntara
16/10/2013
21:45
While I always have sympathy for long term holders, the bottom line is that no matter what the price that the bargain is struck at, 2 parties believe that they are making a wise decision. Only time will determine which is the better decision
erogenous jones
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