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 Shares Traded Last Trade
  -3.50 -4.38% 76.50 12,454 13:30:29
Bid Price Offer Price High Price Low Price Open Price
73.00 80.00 80.00 76.50 80.00
Industry Sector Turnover (m) Profit (m) EPS - Basic PE Ratio Market Cap (m)
Support Services 78.04 4.42 15.30 5.0 20
Last Trade Time Trade Type Trade Size Trade Price Currency
13:30:09 O 3,715 74.00 GBX

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2020-09-21 12:30:0974.003,7152,749.10O
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Christie Daily Update: Christie Group Plc is listed in the Support Services sector of the London Stock Exchange with ticker CTG. The last closing price for Christie was 80p.
Christie Group Plc has a 4 week average price of 69p and a 12 week average price of 68.50p.
The 1 year high share price is 130p while the 1 year low share price is currently 57.50p.
There are currently 26,526,729 shares in issue and the average daily traded volume is 9,652 shares. The market capitalisation of Christie Group Plc is £20,292,947.69.
cwa1: Tiny director purchase:-
sleepy: The laughter from Directors when a shareholder mentioned the dismal share price return over the last 30 years seems to sum up the view that the Directors have of shareholders
firtashia: Hi Fugwit, I dont tend to use PE ratio that much, I tend to look at the ratio of market cap to PBT and compare it with the rate of EPS growth, a mishmash of Messrs Slater and Burns I suppose. Given the relative lack of broker coverage and given I believe the company to be in an earnings upgrade cycle which will continue, I will look for the "earnings upgrade surprises" to move the share price up in fits and starts, but I have the patience to wait. Will be looking for a loss in EPS upgrade momentum to dictate my exit point. Sometimes this strategy has worked for me, sometimes it hasnt. Thats what I like about the markets, you just never know.
firtashia: EPS forecasts very recently (within the last week) increased by 46%. I dont believe this is fully reflected in the share price despite the recent rise so have bought in. But we shall see.
the anteater: Operating margins of 1.3% at last results is poor- lower margins than food retailing! If margins of say 7% can be achieved (which, I believe, is not unreasonable for this business) then share price could nearly double. Maybe their costs are just too high. It would be good if management start to give operating margin tagets- AGM on 13th June would be a good start.
doodlebug4: Sunday newspaper tip; FINANCIAL TIMES Occasionally, a glaring anomaly arises particularly with a small PLC that falls below most investors' and analysts' radar: private investor John Lee believes Aim-quoted Christie Group to be a classic example. Christie has steadily developed over the years and is highly regarded within its two principal sectors: professional business services, covering valuing, buying, selling, financing a wide variety of businesses in the leisure, care, retail sectors; and stocktaking and inventory systems and services. The stocktaking business – number one in the UK, number three in the world, with 11 offices and more than 1,000 employees – has roots going back to 1846. But new clients include Zara, Butlins, Tesco Pharmacy. Total group revenue increased to £53m for 2011, split broadly equally between the two divisions. With directors and staff owning 65 per cent, marginal profitability and a recent dividend reduction, the shares have come back to 52p, giving a paltry £13m capitalisation. 'So I recently added more at 49p to my already sizeable holding,' says John Lee. A trade buyer might value Christie at £1 for every pound of turnover – £50m-plus – or four times its present market valuation. But even a more conservative calculation makes a mockery of the present share price. Indeed, the group floated at 145p in 1988, when it was considerably smaller. Read more:
ddahj: 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: I agree with Riskblue, the share price is subject to market forces. There will be sellers who just need the cash, possibly because they want to invest in a hotel. This company could easily be valued at twice the price. If we buy for the long term we will be okay. I went to the AGM and was impressed by the company and directors; I think they can be trusted to grow the company.
ddahj: Anyone know why Christie shares continue to decline?. I was disappointed that the software group did not buy any of the Torex business but have no idea whether they even attempted to buy. So they have £10m cash and a loss making software company worth about £15m, and other businesses which the share price undervalues.
ddahj: If the share price drops people sell, if the share price rises buyers return. If the share is rated a buy there are sellers, if the share is rated sell the share price rises. Strange?
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