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
  -25.00 -2.35% 1,040.00 3,775 09:00:09
Bid Price Offer Price High Price Low Price Open Price
1,000.00 1,080.00 1,065.00 1,040.00 1,065.00
Industry Sector Turnover (m) Profit (m) EPS - Basic PE Ratio Market Cap (m)
Household Goods & Home Construction 67.50 11.29 82.60 12.6 115
Last Trade Time Trade Type Trade Size Trade Price Currency
15:47:52 O 840 1,044.00 GBX

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20/8/202008:36Churchill China - Ceramics and Tableware from the Potteries64
06/11/201715:57Impressive Results from Churchill China88
21/8/200114:16Interims due soon1
20/6/200120:05CHURCHILL CHINA39

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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 1,065p.
Churchill China Plc has a 4 week average price of 1,015p and a 12 week average price of 950p.
The 1 year high share price is 2,045p while the 1 year low share price is currently 652.50p.
There are currently 11,022,835 shares in issue and the average daily traded volume is 17,300 shares. The market capitalisation of Churchill China Plc is £114,637,484.
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)
oldstrontdoggy: Share price holding steady after the results which were dissapointing but expected. Cash balance has gone but fundementals still good. EPS for year ending 06 set to rise approx 25% from memory. I suspect that Katrina marked the peak of the oil bubble and with a continuation of the bull market CHH's pension problem and share price should improve. CHH maintained its dividend and share price (inlcuding pension liability) is way below net asset value. Director mentioned disposing some of its property assetts.
mega-bite: Oh dear ..... director selling ... share price near a year high ... Potteries industry in Stoke is on its knees ... it does not bode well .... but DYOR
danny murphy: Hi CJohn I agree with your comment that with value shares after a profits warning a correction upwards will be a long time coming. Equally with the net tangible asset value the share price is not going to disappear in the way that for instance Marconi did. The only upside to the shares is a takeover and if that is not considered likely then you will have a long wait to see any progress particularly as the credibility of the management has all but gone bearing in mind the troubles of a few years ago. All in all quite gloomy for the shareholders.
cjohn: DMurphy: Yes, nasty, ouch. Sod's law: I was travelling Monday and yesterday when the news of this came out. Not sure now whether to sell or hold. The share price should be underpinned by the NAV and the maintained dividend: not tempted to buy more however, though if I didn't have any already, I might go in at some point. I'm glad you remained cautious: the right strategy currently. Bungling the news release is pretty unimpressive too. I'll probably hold for recovery on a year's view. Currently sitting on a 20% loss.
danny murphy: Hi CJohn I can see why you are very bullish about CHH including for the reasons you mentioned above. Other points to bear in mind are a Market Cap of only £18m but with net tangible assets of 256p per share, so not so good and good. It might be difficult to buy and/or sell the shares quickly depending upon circumstances. Delving into the history of the company, it all went wrong in 1998 followed by a disaster in 1999. The company subsequently re-organised and turned in respectable results for both 2000 and 2001. The share price reached 700p in 1997 dropping all the way down to 60p in 2000 and rebounding to the current range of 160p to 180p. Clearly the market has been put off by the company's history and when the market is satisfied that the past has been well and truly buried then no doubt the share price will be re-rated. The management currently has a cautious view of the future but provided they can keep the upwards profits trend going then you must be in for good times. The judgement, therefore is, when is it due for a re-rating. It is certainly one I am going to watch and hopefully at the right time I will invest in. Thanks CJohn for the tip. Notwithstanding the above the stock market is in a very difficult position at the moment and there is clearly good profits to be be made with good timing, unfortunately the dangers are high.
cjohn: Dividend 5.5% PTBV 0.7 PE 8ish Gearing: net cash At some point the share price wuill reflect these strong fundamentals. My bet is in the 2nd half of the financial year.
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