Share Name Share Symbol Market Type Share ISIN Share Description
Churchill China LSE:CHH London Ordinary Share GB0001961035 ORD 10P
  Price Change % Change Share Price Bid Price Offer Price High Price Low Price Open Price Shares Traded Last Trade
  +0.00p +0.00% 1,023.00p 996.00p 1,050.00p 1,023.00p 1,023.00p 1,023.00p 0 08:00:00
Industry Sector Turnover (m) Profit (m) EPS - Basic PE Ratio Market Cap (m)
Household Goods & Home Construction 53.5 7.8 58.4 17.5 112.14

Churchill China Share Discussion Threads

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17/5/2018
20:26
Good results :)
pireric
17/5/2018
07:44
Short, but IMHO, relatively sweet:- AGM STATEMENT Churchill China plc (AIM: CHH), the manufacturer of innovative performance ceramic products serving hospitality markets worldwide, will hold its Annual General Meeting later today. At the meeting, Alan McWalter, Chairman, will make the following statement: "I am pleased to report that we are making good progress against our objectives in the year to date. Trading since our Preliminary Results announcement in March 2018 is ahead of the comparable period last year and we remain confident that our full year performance will be in line with our expectations. "We have made further progress in Europe and other export markets and UK sales continue to be supported by good levels of repeat business from our established customer base. New product introductions, an important part of our performance improvement in recent years, have been well received."
cwa1
12/5/2018
20:07
hxxp://www.iii .co.uk/articles/502576/churchill-china%3A-one-buy-and-hold-investors
pireric
27/4/2018
18:37
hxxp://www.cateringinsight.com/breaking-news-cornwall-catering-equipment-founder-takes-main-honour-cedabond-awards/ "Churchill China took the award for ‘most improved supplier – light equipment’, ahead of Zodiac Stainless Products and Thunder Group, while Middleby UK gained the title in the heavy equipment category, with IMC and Maidaid as runners-up." Would be nice if the current GBP weakness persists for a while. Good for the export businesses so could be a nice tailwind. Feels like the sort of stock that would pass Buffett's test of, if the stock market closed tomorrow for 5 years, would I be OK on the other side Probably a resounding yes here after more than 2 centuries in business!
pireric
13/4/2018
21:55
Http://www.dinerp.com/articles/churchill-china-selects-dinerp-to-supply-new-product-management-solution-for-ifs
pireric
13/4/2018
19:30
Good read hxxps://moneyweek.com/churchill-china-an-aim-favourite-with-lustre/
pireric
09/4/2018
20:04
Normality has returned :0)
pireric
08/4/2018
13:47
Portmeirion, which is far more exposed to retail + consumer cyclicality, now trades on a higher multiple than this
pireric
06/4/2018
11:35
Well well well. It's now down at 13.8x next year's earnings. I'm in for a few. I don't agree with your view entirely Solo. This company has been around for decades and will likely be around for decades to come. It's a quality outfit no doubt. Ex cash PE is now 12 which looks good value
pireric
05/4/2018
16:24
The reason this is falling and rightly so is because it grew 1% last year once you take away foreign exchange benefits. It's also cyclical and could be impacted by brexit. So why pay 14x for low single digit growth at the top of the market when I can buy 10% growth for 15 times. Still has a way to go
solooiler
28/3/2018
20:34
4.5% is OK.. UK outlook weighing as h1 was weaker, both in terms of Brexit having a small duty rise and impacting European sales, and in terms of the UK restaurant sector 16x PE, can't see a mega attraction really. At 14x you could make a case
pireric
28/3/2018
10:04
Preliminary results for the year ended 31 December 2017 looked pretty good. Churchill is a terrific cash generator with Free Cash Flow of £4.5m equating to a Free Cash Flow yield of 4.5% at the current share price.
investorschampion
04/1/2018
23:00
It may retrace again martin in which case I will attempt to ctach the bottom. It fell to 962p when I dived in and that seems quite far away now. Today's update gives me confidence that the fundamentals are sound here as it came through possibly its most important period. So any retrace caused by profit takers is well worth seizing on.
mach100
04/1/2018
12:02
Well played Guys. I clearly sold too early!
martinthebrave
04/1/2018
09:04
Looks like investors have been handed this one on a plate! Great results today and shows even when some retailers are struggling there is always space for quality. £12.40 on the ask and buyers willing to pay it so I expect we will hit £13 on the ask. My cup runneth over here and certainly worth buying on any weakness as it often drifts down not on fundamentals but on bored holders selling up.
mach100
27/12/2017
12:56
An investor paid 1150p for 2500 shares today so clearly it is not a pile of crock. Investment gains are rarely handed to you on a plate but CHH saw certainly some good performance in 2017. Any volatility was just a storm in a teacup and provided an opportunity for investors to tuck in. I expect this one to push through 1162p in short order at a time where demand for its products should be especially high.
mach100
27/12/2017
12:38
Hi finkwot, while 850p looked a bargain £11 looks a little warm. It may go up more if it can get past its ATH of 1162p but I would have a trailing stop on it now because when it does re-trace it could be quite quick unless it can build another base at this level first. All IMO. DYOR. Good luck to all holders!
martinthebrave
15/12/2017
13:54
£11 Martin. I was going to congratulate you on your foresight but then I saw your last...any views now?
finkwot
07/12/2017
15:18
Hit target price of £10 today, so sold out at £10.01. I may well return if the share price re-traces. GLA.
martinthebrave
17/11/2017
13:51
Not really kazoom, I have patience. True it fell through the C:900 support but it has bounced from the next level C:840p & I topped up at 850p. I am not saying it is World Class, it has a sizeable pension liability for one thing but the market is beating up a few quality co's at the moment - #TET, #CAKE & #BAB spring to mind. I wish you well, it is a tricky occupation after all!
martinthebrave
17/11/2017
11:43
Hmm martinthebrave. 'Twas a brave post.
kazoom
08/11/2017
16:56
I use Technical data as a help for Buying and selling - assuming Fundamentals get a tick. I like #CCH and have therefore just added as the chart is close to a sizeable resistance level at C:900p. It would take a fair amount of poor sentiment to drive the share price below this level IMO. There is a decent chance that it will bounce up from around that level particularly as when we enter December and get close to a trading update. I suspect we will see 1000p+ by Christmas - all IMO!
martinthebrave
08/11/2017
08:46
Charts show the past, not the future. Possibly the present too...
finkwot
08/11/2017
08:33
I am a chart cynic. What charts tend to say is that if a share has gone up then it will continue to do so- and vice versa. To prove yourselves I invite you to forecast the price on 31/12/2017.
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