Share Name Share Symbol Market Type Share ISIN Share Description
Churchill China Plc LSE:CHH London Ordinary Share GB0001961035 ORD 10P
  Price Change % Change Share Price Shares Traded Last Trade
  -20.00 -1.52% 1,295.00 2,656 14:00:03
Bid Price Offer Price High Price Low Price Open Price
1,270.00 1,320.00 1,315.00 1,295.00 1,315.00
Industry Sector Turnover (m) Profit (m) EPS - Basic PE Ratio Market Cap (m)
Household Goods & Home Construction 60.84 5.96 37.80 34.3 143
Last Trade Time Trade Type Trade Size Trade Price Currency
14:48:44 O 762 1,310.00 GBX

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Posted at 05/2/2023 08:20 by Churchill China Daily Update
Churchill China Plc is listed in the Household Goods & Home Construction sector of the London Stock Exchange with ticker CHH. The last closing price for Churchill China was 1,315p.
Churchill China Plc has a 4 week average price of 1,195p and a 12 week average price of 1,070p.
The 1 year high share price is 1,610p while the 1 year low share price is currently 1,070p.
There are currently 11,022,835 shares in issue and the average daily traded volume is 4,705 shares. The market capitalisation of Churchill China Plc is £142,745,713.25.
Posted at 10/1/2023 18:01 by wad collector
"Churchill China" or the "Company")


Churchill China plc (AIM: CHH), the manufacturer of innovative performance ceramic products serving hospitality markets worldwide, announces the following trading update for the year ended 31 December 2022.

The sound performance reported in our half year results on 13 September 2022 continued into the final months of the year. As a result the Board anticipates that profit before taxation for the year ended 31 December 2022 will be at the upper end of analyst expectations*.

Despite ongoing market uncertainty we have continued to grow revenue in export markets and our UK market position has benefited from our ability to offer a high level of service. As previously noted, margin levels remain lower than in previous years although there has been some improvement in the second half of the year as we have managed the challenges of increased material and energy costs. Our outstanding order book remains above normal levels and progress has been made in improving supply to customers towards the end of the year. The rate of incoming orders continues to be satisfactory.

We continue to build our market position for the long term and to invest in strategic initiatives aligned to market development, operational efficiency and energy management.

The Company intends to announce its Preliminary Results for the year ended 31 December 2022 in April.

* The Company compiled range of market expectations for profit before taxation for the financial year ended 31 December 2022 is GBP8.0m to GBP8.8m.

Posted at 13/9/2022 11:59 by wad collector
Key Highlights:


-- Operating profit before exceptional items GBP3.5m (2021 H1: GBP1.1m, FY2021: GBP6.1m)
-- Profit before exceptional items and tax GBP3.4m (2021 H1: GBP0.9m, FY2021: GBP6.0m)
-- Reported profit after exceptional items before tax GBP3.9m (2021 H1: GBP1.0m, FY2021: GBP6.0m)

-- Adjusted* earnings per share 24.7p (2021 H1: 4.5p, FY2021: 37.8p)
-- Basic earnings per share 28.9p (2021 H1: 4.5p, FY2021: 37.8p)
-- Interim dividend of 10.5p per share (2021 H1: 6.7p)
-- Net cash and deposits of GBP15.7m (2021 H1: GBP13.4m, FY2021: GBP19.0m)
-- Cash generated from operations GBP2.0m (2021 H1: GBP0.9m, FY2021: GBP10.6m)

-- Total revenues GBP41.4m up 73% (2021 H1: GBP23.9m, FY2021: GBP60.8m)
-- Strong revenue performance
o Hospitality H1: +87% on 2021, +32% on 2019

-- Successful execution of strategy with further market share gains across key markets
-- Strong demand from customers and end users with record order books
-- Sales price rises implemented in November 21 and May 22 to address inflationary pressures
-- Percentage margins affected by lower labour efficiency, absolute margins remain on target
-- UK manufacturing investment targeting process automation and energy efficiency

Posted at 13/4/2022 08:13 by actscap
Interesting....CHH is now available on CMC markets, with Morningstar research reports available to download. The MS report quotes a fair value of 19.94 and considers the moat as 'narrow' (vs. none or wide) and the financial health as 'strong' (vs. normal or weak).
Posted at 06/9/2021 09:52 by wad collector
IC write up this week fairly positive with Hold rec following the Interims
1 September 2021

For immediate release 1 September 2021


("Churchill" or the "Company" or the "Group")


For the six months ended 30 June 2021

Recovery well established with market share gains

Churchill China plc (AIM: CHH), the manufacturer of innovative performance ceramic products serving hospitality markets worldwide, is pleased to announce its Interim Results for the six months ended 30 June 2021.

Key Highlights:


-- Operating profit before exceptional items GBP1.1m (2020 H1: GBP0.5m, FY2020: GBP0.9m)
-- Profit before exceptional items and tax GBP1.0m (2020 H1: GBP0.5m, FY2020: GBP0.8m)
-- Reported profit / (loss) before tax after exceptional items GBP1.0m (2020 H1: (GBP0.4m), FY2020: GBP0.1m)

-- Adjusted basic earnings per share 4.5p (2020 H1: 3.5p, FY2020: 6.5p)
-- Basic earnings / (loss) per share 4.5p (2020 H1: (2.9p), FY2020: 1.0p)
-- Re-instated interim dividend of 6.7p per share declared July 2021 (2020 H1: nil)
-- Net cash and deposits of GBP13.4m (2020 H1: GBP16.3m FY2020: GBP14.0m)
-- Cash generated from operations GBP0.9m (2020 H1: GBP3.4m, FY2020: GBP1.8m)
o Working capital increase as revenues rebuild


-- Total revenues GBP23.9m (2020 H1: GBP18.9m FY2020: GBP36.4m)
o 74% of 2019 H1 (2020 H1: 59%, FY2020: 54%)

-- Strong performance following lifting of COVID restrictions
o Group: May / June 2021 recovered to 2019 levels

o Hospitality: May / June 2021 105% of 2019

-- Continued market share gains across key markets
-- Service levels maintained
-- Further investment in UK manufacturing
-- Continued progress on implementation of strategic plans
Alan McWalter, Chairman of Churchill China, commented:

'We remain confident that we will make good progress against our business and financial targets in both the short and long term.'

Posted at 26/7/2021 12:53 by wad collector
TU from 3 weeks ago
The improved trading performance referred to in our Annual General Meeting announcement on 1 June 2021 has been maintained throughout the month of June. Revenue in both May and June recovered to 2019 levels and we continue to enjoy a good forward order book. This improved performance reflects progress across the UK, Europe and our other export markets. We do however remain mindful that COVID continues to introduce a degree of uncertainty into our assessment of future market and operational conditions.

In our Preliminary Results announcement on 19 April 2021 we indicated that the Board would review its dividend policy at the earliest opportunity once a clearer pattern of trading had been established. Given the performance achieved in the period ended 30 June 2021 along with our strong financial position the Board is pleased to declare an interim dividend of 6.7p per share (2020: nil). This dividend will be paid on 3 September 2021 to shareholders on the register at 6 August 2021, with an ex-dividend date of 5 August 2021. Coronavirus Job Retention Scheme grants claimed in relation to 2021 have been repaid. The Board wishes to thank shareholders alongside employees and other stakeholders in the business for their support over the period of the pandemic.

We expect to announce our Interim Results for the six month period ended 30 June 2021 on 1 September 2021.

Posted at 09/1/2020 10:06 by skirbell
Slightly ahead, which is nice. Last year, CHH managed around 40.8p eps for the second half against 24.2p eps in the first half. So far this year, they delivered 31p eps in the first half. So a similar split would be roughly 51p for the second half for a total of 82p for the full year. Current forecast is 75.6p eps for the full year, so I'd expect somewhere between the forecast and 82p.

If this is right, it puts the PE and a slightly rich 25+ so taking a good look at the future expectations in the results will be important to see if growth is likely to continue.

I'll continue to hold for now.

Posted at 05/7/2019 14:46 by skirbell
This is a quiet star in my portfolio and another 'ahead of expectations' RNS today. I have eps forecasts for the year at 73p, up from 65p last year. If we assume a 5% increase in these expectations, we're looking at 76.5p, which would put the PE at today's price at 21, which is shading the high side but not unreasonable for growth of 17%.
Posted at 25/2/2019 14:50 by mach100
Good news today. Acquired at a bargain price a controlling interest in a profitable company that is already a supplier.More to come here!
Posted at 30/8/2018 07:37 by pireric
Only if they wouldn't be able to increase sales prices to help offset (which is usually the case) I found with remote gaming duty and gambling companies. Different industries but when the product has some value add then usually can offset to an extent.

I don't think the market is truly thinking about this for CHH though. If it were, many much larger companies would have been hit. The reality is that I'm yet to pick up any analyst broker note on a UK based exporter talking about the Brexit impact!

Net net Vs what we knew yday, +ve news today. I don't think it helps that N+1 are slow to market on their comments on today's update. I have my feelings of a 4-5% upgrade to EPS, but rest of the market guessing

Posted at 11/8/2018 06:54 by pireric
If uncontrolled hard Brexit does happen, most exporters on the entire exchange will get thwacked.

I've added here yesterday on the dip. This is cheap again in absolute terms and versus its own history. Normally trades at 17-22x earnings. Currently well less than that + trading momentum. Ex cash we're talking low teens which is cheap in my book.

It's pretty illiquid but no reason this should be trading on a three digit share price IMO. Interims due before too long so that'll refocus investors again :0)

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