Share Name Share Symbol Market Type Share ISIN Share Description
Christie Grp. 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
  +0.00p +0.00% 121.50p 120.00p 123.00p 121.50p 121.50p 121.50p 800 07:57:21
Industry Sector Turnover (m) Profit (m) EPS - Basic PE Ratio Market Cap (m)
Support Services 64.5 1.8 5.4 22.7 32.23

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DateSubjectAuthorDiscuss
06/11/2017
13:23
Still moving higher 👍
battlebus2
29/9/2017
20:35
Ahhh. Thanks!
jockthescot
29/9/2017
19:49
PDMR LOL. I can't spell. The boss to me and you 🙄
battlebus2
29/9/2017
18:16
PMDR has bought 25k at 111p so a big sign of confidence imv.
battlebus2
11/7/2017
09:04
Yes, I had seen that BUT in the grand scheme of thing, whilst being a very modest show of positivity, it wasn't worth getting worked up about given how small the deal was! Just shows how wrong one can be :-)
cwa1
11/7/2017
08:12
CEO bought £9k worth of shares yesterday
sleepy
11/7/2017
07:20
Looking perky this morning for no immediately apparent reason. What have I missed?
cwa1
15/6/2017
07:28
CWA There's definitely value here and it's a John Lee hold, which is always attractive. And it's an AIM company which attracts the IHT-avoidance managers. On the negative side: (1) the directors massively overpay themselves. A lot more is paid in salaries to the exec directors than is paid out in divis. I don't know how they get away with this. Probably because Philip Gwyn is such a big shareholder. (2) It's a direct play on the UK economy, which looks like it's going to have a v difficult time. Political complications as hapless Tezza confines to screw things up with Europe, and Corby waits in the wings for an inevitable victory. (3) a lot f their business is low-margin stocktaking.
galeforce1
03/4/2017
07:15
Morning All Prelims out this am:- http://www.investegate.co.uk/christie-group-plc/rns/preliminary-results/201704030700092639B/ Obviously the current figures are, ahem, "unexciting" but:- Outlook The year for both our divisions has started more strongly than in 2016. We have some inflationary costs to absorb which our budgets allow for. Your management and staff alike strive to always deliver a service that is second to none, and on your behalf I thank them. We plan for continued growth in 2017. Your board's enthusiasm for the unique and logically related Group of companies that constitute your business continues unabated. Reflecting this optimism, your directors recommend a final dividend of 1.5p per share (2015: 1.5p), maintaining a total of 2.5p for the year (2015: 2.5p). If approved the dividend will be paid on 7 July 2017 to those shareholders on the register on 9 June 2017. And Looking ahead The pick-up in sales towards the end of 2016 continued into the new year. We entered 2017 with a strong pipeline across our business. As underlying market trends re-establish themselves we are poised to benefit. With capacity already in place we can take on more business without incurring significant extra costs. It means further revenue growth is likely to result in higher operating profit returns as we benefit from our operational gearing. Not exactly a "no brainer bet the farm job" but as a result, and hoping the share price is bumping along the bottom, I decided to join you mob with a very modest purchase first thing this morning. Good fortune to all holders.
cwa1
12/1/2017
18:26
Yes - he did say he thought they were fundamentally undervalued. He's often right ...
mctmct
12/1/2017
17:23
mctmct. The answer to your question is "yes", see FT 07/01/17. I came to this thread to find out why he is so keen. No answer!! From Stockopedia web site I see that CTG has negative net book value, a significant pension scheme deficit and the web site puts them into the "Distress" category for Bankruptcy Risk". JL's mention seems to have put the price up by 10% so his adherents are bowing before the throne.
123prezzie
23/8/2016
09:04
Results on Sept 12. share price moving up slightly. Is John Lee still holding?
mctmct
04/4/2016
11:59
Read Panmure’s full note on Christie Group (CTG), out this morning, by visiting www.research-tree.com… "Prelims to Dec 2015 ahead of forecasts, but 2016 had a quiet start 9% sales growth in CTG’s PBS division on broadly stable margins. 2016 softness leads us to reduce our PBT forecast by c.7%. Target price goes from ..."
thomasthetank1
14/4/2015
07:22
Core advisory business is absolutely flying, albeit it will be slightly impacted by the general election. More importantly though the pension deficit was a bit of a shocker, and the stocktaking division was loss-making in H2'14. Interestingly as well, house broker Charles Stanley reduced their adjusted EPS for this year to 8.1p from 9.2p in 2014.
brummy_git
13/4/2015
18:23
Anyone have any thoughts on the price drop? Results looked Ok to me, divi up etc. Still holding, just curious.
dougbuckfast
14/1/2015
20:22
Dream on Brummy though they did issue some shares (at 60p?) about 18(?) months ago to finance an acquisition Existing holders very happy
sleepy
14/1/2015
09:42
The business seems to be flying – the only problem being that liquidity in the shares is low, which means there is very little spare stock available for new investors. IMO -The company really needs to look at this and increase its profile.
brummy_git
14/1/2015
08:40
No posts for over 6 months. But today's "expect results to be significantly be ahead of forecast for this year 31/12/14" t/up is worthy of comment as is that the value of shares have virtually doubled in last year. Look forward to seeing full results announcement on 31 March 2015.
campbed
16/10/2014
08:57
Chris Jordaan, CEO will be presenting at the Proactive Investor forum on 23rd October. To register, please click here; http://tinyurl.com/lenwvcl
aim_trader
14/5/2014
12:54
Been here since 80p ish, and it's had a good run in the past few month. The valuation looks a bit high now, so I am out for now. GL
modform
13/5/2014
22:01
Appreciate your comments fugwit. I know what you mean about paying up front for growth that hasn't happened yet and I don't tend to do it as a matter of routine. I've made an exception in this case as the April trading update was very bullish e.g. CTG is saying just 4 months into its new financial year that it is already confident it will beat market expectations for the FY. I would be surprised if it now fails to achieve the new upgrade forecasts, therefore I'm assuming it is reasonable to value the company on those upgraded forecasts. I'm hoping the recent chart breakout above its 52 week high might continue to draw in some momentum investors too.
firtashia
13/5/2014
16:36
Hi firtasia, I guess mcap/PBT is the same thing as PE you are just working on a company level as opposed to a per share level. I see what you mean about EPS upgrade momentum, it is a nice approach and one I have some difficulty with myself...I never have been able to pay up for growth even though I am a fan of Slater, you can imagine it can lead to a fair amount of frustration. It has kept me out of CTG even though I have had an eye to it since John Lee covered it in the FT some time ago, it might be time to reconsider before it is too late here. Ta for the response.
fugwit
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