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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
  0.00 0.0% 115.00 110.00 120.00 115.00 115.00 115.00 0.00 00:00:00
Industry Sector Turnover (m) Profit (m) EPS - Basic PE Ratio Market Cap (m)
Support Services 61.3 3.9 13.7 8.4 31

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DateSubjectAuthorDiscuss
15/4/2009
19:48
whiterussians, i hope it dose go to 80p sharpish as i got mugged by the mm's near the end had an order for 60k at best and they hit me for 60p when it was 42.5 mid, crooks they mm's at times but i suppose thats the chance you take when you trade at best and you want the order filled. they hiked it to 52.5 at the end so lets hope for a good start tomorrow. I also heard a roumour of a bid anyone else hear this?

Regards.

7620davidn
15/4/2009
13:47
we have lift off
whiterussians
15/4/2009
13:33
Directors were buying shed fulls recently
whiterussians
15/4/2009
13:31
Up it goes
whiterussians
27/3/2009
12:12
Might be worth a long-term recovery punt at these levels.
Good luck all.

barn owl
25/3/2009
18:45
results due anytime
empirestate
25/3/2009
18:42
debt free and mcap sub equity looks fairvalue from here
empirestate
23/6/2008
06:19
crookney - maybe later today could be an opportunity for you to get in again, if you've got any dosh left! wouldn't touch them with yours, personally, wrong sector, wrong time, wrong everything really........have you looked at Greggs recently, now there's an INVESTMENT simple business, cash cascade, no debt, 4 per cent tiled and p.e of 11 AND inflation protected!
ydderf
09/5/2008
10:27
The Annual Report makes good reading: Professional Services are steadily growing with integrated solutions and for example expansion into insurance, Software Solutions continue to win international customers and Stock Taking is making best use of experienced staff and modern audit tecnology. The company is growing by providing wider services and growing geographically, especially into Europe. Not immune to the credit crunch the company will benefit due to its strong finances, experience and professionalism.
ddahj
28/3/2008
13:03
Nicely put QS9. Glad I invested a few more pennies a few days ago.
mistertibbs
28/3/2008
09:18
£7m+ of PBT, £8m ish of cash, 19p eps and shares have reacted accordingly at these low levels! £27m market cap, c.£20m after net cash and PBT multiple of less than 3.....like many AIM stocks this looks oversold and 10%+ rise says so hopefully. No reason p/e of say 8 cannot take them another 20% higher from here IMO
qs9
14/3/2008
22:13
Was thinking along the same lines ddahj though I'll wait until the results come out and see what the prospects are. With a few small director buys in the last few months, the same man I think, could and I just say could, be a sign although this is a funny old market.

It's not long until 28th when results are out.

mistertibbs
27/2/2008
09:03
I am thinking of buying more shares, although the property market appears to be quietening down business seems quite buoyant for Christie and their business seems to be growing. Any views?, and when might be the best time to buy?
ddahj
30/10/2007
12:07
All offloaded now, seems the action has moved to COL. Looks as if this is to be the pattern with property related stocks getting hit in turn. The question is, will some of these dips appear good value in due course. It seems most folk with spare cash prefer to sit it out.
glentimon
29/10/2007
11:44
I've taken the 14%, not bad in 2hrs. Await the next mark down - belay that, can't get a good enough price for the size, thinly traded at present.
glentimon
29/10/2007
10:18
Not cheap yet tho are they?

Like if they meet forecasts the PE is 11 - they are likely to miss in this climate. So say the PE is 13 - stocks like Savills are on a PE of 8.

Darling has wrecked the advantages of buying AIM too.

Yield is under 3% - not a compelling buy yet imo.

CR

cockneyrebel
29/10/2007
10:02
There should be support, but I got out last week. I'm not happy with the speed and consistency of the fall on no news and low volumes. It suggests to me someone knows something. Hope I'm proved wrong, but for now sitting on the sidelines watching.
riskblue
29/10/2007
09:43
I may regret catching this falling knife, but there must be some support at the 150p level surely? Enormous fall on little volume.
glentimon
10/9/2007
15:15
Div T/O T/0 £m pence pft pft y E P/E
Cash 0 10 5 20 +0.5 0 0
Soft 7.3 14 4 16 -0.4 -1.0 loss 0
Stock 12.5 25 12 48 0.6 1.2 3 12
PBS 26 50 31 150 4.8 9.6 25 6
Total 0 90 52 205 10.3 28 7.3

Assuming: 1) there is between £10m and £5m cash in the company, 2) the software division could be sold off for £4m, ( Torex Retail was, I think, bought/sold by the liquidator for a value equal to turnover) 3) the stock division is worth something between turnover and half turnover. This gives a value of about 30m for the Professional business services division, ie a P/E of about 6 this would easily allow for some reduction in activity. At this share price the share is a bargain.
I expect the company will try to buy further stock taking businesses at reasonable prices. I doubt they will give up on the software division because once this division comes right and profitable it could be rolled out and turnover increased perhaps to 100m. The PBS is still expanding, with for example, insurance services, which is an ideal business for Christie to use their knowledge and advise their clients. Also the market is huge and they are steadily increasing their presence in Europe.

ddahj
06/9/2007
10:16
Software reduced losses by £1m on this time last year and whilst still loss making at the y/e, looks to me like they have finally started to get a grip on it.

Agree with your comment re the market reaction. It will do what it will. I expect another big fall in the market overall. All the nasty news not yet out from the US I feel.

mistertibbs
06/9/2007
07:45
It will be interesting to see how the city responds to these interims in the days ahead. Overall they seem reasonably good. I am concerned about the small % revenue growth, the threat to M&A activity in current market and the continuing losses in software division. Sticking with it for now.
riskblue
06/7/2007
09:08
Sleepy....directors own a large chunk of this co. therefore they have more to lose than most and if it wasn't there for a good reason, I'm sure they would get rid of it.
mistertibbs
03/7/2007
10:17
Thanks ddahj.
It just seems to keep on losing money and they keep suggesting jam tomorrow. It seems to me to be a small player in a very competitive market.

Otherwise I would tend to share your views on the company.

sleepy
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