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Stock Name Stock Symbol Market Stock Type Stock ISIN Stock Description
City Pub Group Plc (the) CPC London Ordinary Share GB00BYWRS683 ORD 1P
  Price Change Price Change % Stock Price Last Trade
-2.50 -1.94% 126.50 14:09:12
Open Price Low Price High Price Close Price Previous Close
129.00 126.00 129.00 126.50 129.00
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alan@bj: Investors Chronicle view:- Given the current backdrop it is a relief that City Pub Group is not still pursuing its previously rapid expansion rate, while the largely freehold nature of its estate will limit its exposure to the landlord pressure suffered by peers. A relaxation of the government’s planned two-metre social distancing plan would multiply the group’s capacity and could spark life into the shares, and we think there remains room for upside during this recovery. Buy.
martywidget: MIDAS SHARE TIPS: Fancy a taste of a share paying profits to investors and staff? Here’s to Clive Watson’s secret of success at City Pub Group By Joanne Hart, Financial Mail on Sunday Published: 21:57, 17 February 2018 | Updated: 10:07, 19 February 2018 {Share tips of the week} Investors Chronicle 09/02/2018 Https:// [Tips of the Week February 1, 2018] Buy City Pub Group to invest in your future local Https://
martywidget: Placing and Proposed Admission to Trading on AIM City Pub Raises More Than Planned With GBP47 Million AIM Listing Http:// Prospectus: Http:// Investor relations: Http:// City Pub Company targets £30m raise through Aim listing to expand pub portfolio Http:// Made in Chelsea dad Clive Watson toasts £90m float of City Pub Group Https:// [City Pub Group to list on AIM] Http:// [City Pub Company raises glass to London IPO as it eyes expansion] Http:// [The City Pub Group targets £30m in a float on Aim this month] Http://
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jeffian: .......and again. At this rate we'll be attracting the attention of Momentum Investors! 8-)
daveperry: Watch out! Small Talk: Cash shell minnows to be squeezed out of AIM By Michael Jivkov Published: 06 March 2006 Up to fifty companies listed on London's junior market face having their shares suspended at the end of the month. By the 1 April deadline, all remaining AIM-listed cash shells with less than £3m in the bank must complete an acquisition. Otherwise trading of their shares will be halted and, at a later date, de-listed. The London Stock Exchange, which runs AIM, decided last March that it wanted to stem the steady stream of tiny shell company floats on the junior market by giving them only a small window in which to make an acquisition. Of the fifty remaining shells - most of which have less than £1m on their balance sheet - a good number are likely to be working on deals ahead of the cut-off point. If they can demonstrate to the Exchange that they are in the middle of a deal they will avoid suspension. But those companies that have left it too late to comply with the rules face an uphill struggle. As the deadline approaches the value of their shares is likely to decline. Further, any target company they are in talks to buy will be aware of the looming deadline and will certainly push for a better deal for its own shareholders. The biggest risk of all for cash shell investors is that their boards rush into an acquisition that they subsequently regret, wiping out shareholder value in the process. Article Length: 861 words (approx.)
nurdin: Have had a good look at the results and they do look very good.The only fly in the ointment is that the gearing has risen to circa 32% which in the companys own words will preclude further borrowing for acquistion purposes..Given that they are are looking for a suitable bolt on acquisitions I read it to mean that there will be a cash call from investors down the road...apart from that the company seems to be delivering on their plans...
djalan: From Sharecast IC tips Capcon, AIM-listed audit and stock-taking group, at 68p. The company has a strong and ambitious management team that is expected to push forward with acquisitions to create a much larger group, so investors should take note, says the IC. Audit and stock-taking are the most significant operation and its contracts tend to be long term, so with every new one, the company increases market share. Organic growth of 5% a year is achievable. Capcon also carries out commercial investigations, a massively fragmented market, and it plans to buy rivals in the £1m to £1.5m range. Saw 70% profit-hike in six months to March 30 with profits typically skewed to the second half. With a niche position and looking at consolidation, Capcon is worth a look. Buy.
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