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CTG Christie Group Plc

70.00
2.50 (3.70%)
01 Mar 2024 - Closed
Delayed by 15 minutes
Share Name Share Symbol Market Type Share ISIN Share Description
Christie Group Plc LSE:CTG London Ordinary Share GB0001953156 ORD 2P
  Price Change % Change Share Price Bid Price Offer Price High Price Low Price Open Price Shares Traded Last Trade
  2.50 3.70% 70.00 65.00 75.00 70.00 70.00 70.00 22,664 08:00:00
Industry Sector Turnover Profit EPS - Basic PE Ratio Market Cap
Business Services, Nec 69.23M 3.21M 0.1210 5.79 18.57M
Christie Group Plc is listed in the Business Services sector of the London Stock Exchange with ticker CTG. The last closing price for Christie was 67.50p. Over the last year, Christie shares have traded in a share price range of 67.50p to 160.00p.

Christie currently has 26,526,729 shares in issue. The market capitalisation of Christie is £18.57 million. Christie has a price to earnings ratio (PE ratio) of 5.79.

Christie Share Discussion Threads

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DateSubjectAuthorDiscuss
29/2/2024
16:16
I do think these are very undervalued but the next set of results won't look too good but they did say a couple of weeks ago that they have now turned a corner so we will have to wait and see i guess..
cfro
29/2/2024
16:14
Yes. I like this company but sentiment seems weak with any negative announcement heavily sold into.Tempted to pick up more. I'm just not sure what the catalyst is to give the price a boost. April results obviously important.Very illiquid so the spread is normally pretty wicked.
sludgesurfer
29/2/2024
16:11
Agreed. Difficulty is figuring out whether that's justified.

A portfolio of CTG & others would likely do v well - proper microcaps.

spectoacc
29/2/2024
16:07
Certainly feels that way Lol..

I retain a small holding here myself. Looks like there are a few buys coming in today to mop up the sales. It doesn't take much in the way of selling to knock the price.

Companies like this are very much under the radar and ignored by the vast majority of investors. That's the main problem i feel.

cfro
29/2/2024
13:43
Does this only move in one direction?

Edit - averaged a few, not expecting fireworks but expecting them to look a lot different say a year from now.

spectoacc
13/10/2023
08:39
They today say that if transactions fall into the next FY then there is a chance they might make zero profit for this year..
cfro
29/9/2023
07:50
A little while ago i came across this article by Richard Beddard:





Clearly the loss-making SISS division is problematic. It has been losing money since 2015. I dont know myself but it does look like technological disruption by other newer competitors is inflicting damage and the reason why it is struggling (as RB cites in his article).

This needs urgent addressing by the new CEO and management team. Whether the division can ever be bought back to profitability is a good question perhaps..

cfro
07/8/2023
14:07
While you are wondering if the future is more independents on the board of the company, i am wondering if the company will even stay independent in the future..

After all Mr Gywn isn't getting any younger (however there are his next generation on the shareholder list).

cfro
07/8/2023
11:41
Perhaps an independent (separate) Chair could have ensured that the CEO, who was years past the date on which he was entitled to retire (with a generous pension), could have departed in a more graceful and less costly way - here David Rugg has been on both sides of the table wrt his own arrangements, with a board dominated by executives - for years shamefully disregarding governance best practices with the flakiest of excuses. Let's see how the cost comes out. Lord Lee, Gwyn and other shareholders have been too kind to this self-serving group of executives for too long. It is probably too optimistic, but I hope to see a majority of NEDs (Gwyn + independents) at some point - so that the next horse does not bolt in the same way.
vprt
07/8/2023
09:33
Substantial.
battlebus2
07/8/2023
09:30
How big will the pay off to the Chair and CEO be?
davidosh
07/8/2023
08:02
Might have been part of the reason why the CEO was asked to leave.
cfro
07/8/2023
07:09
Wow. Hell of a markdown by the MM's here. That drop isn't from the trades, just on the statement. Harsh.
andre
13/7/2023
13:54
Markets liking the resignation it seems.
battlebus2
11/7/2023
22:37
Hi CFRO: If you are interested, please see my old posts for a perspective on their tragicomic governance... I hope the board now becomes more shareholder-friendly - the departure was already one step in that direction IMHO.
vprt
11/7/2023
06:29
I see the sudden departure of Chairman and CEO David Rugg. He's been there for years and both he and his family have large shareholdings.

Seems strange, i wonder why the abrupt departure.

cfro
10/5/2023
09:07
This has been going rather well of late after an excellent recent update. Turned into one of my larger holdings.
sludgesurfer
10/3/2023
11:10
I note from John Lee's column on March 7 in the FT that he has been adding CTG to the extent that his holding is now notifiable.
sludgesurfer
09/6/2022
07:42
Tipped again by John Lee in the FT last week. Likely explained the small flurry of buys on the day.
sludgesurfer
22/5/2022
12:31
Mello2022, the popular three-day Investor event takes place on 24TH-26TH MAY at the Clayton Hotel & Conference Centre, Chiswick, W4. The breakdown of the three days is as follows:

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Just to let shareholders and prospective investors know that CTG will be among the companies discussed on the BASH (Buy, Avoid, Sell, Hold) panel on Wednesday. There will also be keynote speakers such as Lord John Lee, Leon Boros, Andy Brough, Rosemary Banyard, Clarke Carlisle and Gervais Williams.

For more information, please visit the event webpage:

melloteam
21/5/2022
20:30
Mello2022, our annual flagship two day smaller growth company event will be returning to the popular Clayton Conference Centre in Chiswick, London W4 on Wednesday 25th May and Thursday 26th May.

Just to let shareholders and prospective investors know that Christie Group will be among the 60+ LSE Small Cap and AIM listed companies featuring at the show. There will also be keynote speakers such as Lord John Lee, Andy Brough, Leon Boros, Clarke Carlisle and Gervais Williams.

1 day tickets are £115 and 2 day tickets are £189. However they are available at half price to shareholders so to obtain 50% off just use code MMTADVFN50.

For more information, please visit the event webpage:

davidosh
01/5/2022
13:44
https://masterinvestor.co.uk/equities/small-cap-catch-up-featuring-rbn-tly-and-biln/Christie Group (LON:CTG) – looking for a rise up in priceThe business services group, which can trace its origins back some 175 years ago, saw a 45.1% advance in its revenues to £61.3m (£42.2m) for the year to end December last.That bounce pushed it back into pre-tax profits of £3.9m (£5.7m loss), worth 13.7p (loss 16.7p) per share in earnings and paying a dividend of 3.0p (1.3p).Shore Capital analyst Peter Ashworth considers that the group is significantly undervalued, with its shares trading on just around nine times current year earnings estimates of 12.2p. He sees £71m sales, £3.9m profits and a 3.5p dividend this year.For next year he has estimates of £76m sales, £4.8m profits,15.0p earnings and a 4.0p dividend.The shares, now at just 115p, have touched 139.60p in the last year and look to me as though they can rise back up there over the coming year, even possibly breaking through my price aim level.
tole
12/4/2022
16:15
Wicked spread though and very illiquid means having to buy in tranches. Not conducive to making gains on short term moves.
sludgesurfer
12/4/2022
16:14
Picked up a few more here in the hope of the results being "significantly ahead of market expectations" lights a fire under the price.
sludgesurfer
15/2/2022
18:23
...from last year....

Christie Group plc published interims for the 6 months to June 2021. The Group expects to exceed the current market operating profit view for the year after posting H1 21 operating profit of £1.8m on revenue of £28.6m. EPS returned to positive territory at 3.17p, an interim dividend was reinstated and the balance sheet remains strong. Optimistic sounding comment from management suggests that the H2 outlook is also pretty rosy. Revenues are rebounding from COVID although still have a way to go to return to pre-COVID peaks. Meanwhile valuation is pretty attractive, both forward PE ratio and PS ratio are top quartile for the sector. But there is still a £15m underfunded pension liability. The company is going in the right direction, but isn’t overly exciting just yet. One to monitor for now....from WealthOracleAM

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