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Share Name Share Symbol Market Type Share ISIN Share Description
Clarkson Plc LSE:CKN London Ordinary Share GB0002018363 ORD 25P
  Price Change % Change Share Price Bid Price Offer Price High Price Low Price Open Price Shares Traded Last Trade
  35.00 1.4% 2,535.00 2,500.00 2,515.00 2,520.00 2,440.00 2,465.00 30,983 16:35:10
Industry Sector Turnover (m) Profit (m) EPS - Basic PE Ratio Market Cap (m)
Industrial Transportation 363.0 0.2 -42.4 - 770

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DateSubjectAuthorDiscuss
17/11/2007
13:36
you guys looked at GPRT? Worth a peep there....also in shipping but possibly a customer of CKN
nurdin
17/11/2007
13:18
sammu, have you got a link
cambium
16/11/2007
14:39
Dollar getting stronger, very good news for CKN
minuteman
13/11/2007
22:55
BDI got a write up in the FT Lex column today, generally positive.
sammu
13/11/2007
11:28
Nice healthy buy today
minuteman
12/11/2007
13:33
Has anyone heard if there has been any movement in the Legal case?
minuteman
01/11/2007
17:04
Fancy another risky illiquid stock? TNG is a tiddler but worth a look, I have made 300% over the past 5 years on it and kept topping up. DYOR etc
minuteman
31/10/2007
11:52
wish i could win them all but still reckon invp will come good myself, topped up just over 500p, long term hold with v nice div - ckn i trade more
its the oxman
31/10/2007
11:52
wish i could win them all but still reckon invp will come good myself, topped up just over 500p, long term hold with v nice div - ckn i trade more
its the oxman
31/10/2007
11:17
Well done on your buy OXMAN- looks like you got your timing spot on- unlike with INVP eh? :-P (Glad I got out at 700p!) I too would like to see 1200 from here, but I think we will bounce off 1100 again. This stock is very volatile.
sambessey
31/10/2007
10:59
not a chartist but a run toward 1200p would look kind of right about now
its the oxman
29/10/2007
15:21
bought back in today 961.5p - reckon we are looking oversold now and also back yielding over 4%
its the oxman
29/10/2007
10:58
Such a contrast here with the price action in Braemar-BMS
davebowler
26/10/2007
15:39
Broker re-itterated 1300p target ;-)
minuteman
26/10/2007
15:34
Oh look the usual afternoon slump- what a surprise!
sambessey
25/10/2007
12:25
Reckon it is just bobbing about on very low volumes, as it is so Illequid
minuteman
24/10/2007
19:06
I didnt set a stop- finger was hovering over sell at 1100 though :/
sambessey
24/10/2007
16:56
can only think the legal battle is being lost as it's only CKN that seems to be weak in the sector - got stopped out today :-( CR
cockneyrebel
23/10/2007
10:38
Weak dollar holding this back? I'm sure that must have a big effect on profits
sambessey
23/10/2007
09:26
CKN seem to be missing out at the moment, BDI still rising,GOC GLBS and now BMS romping away. Bought a few more.
martincc
23/10/2007
07:23
BMS HIGHLIGHTS • Revenue £68.7m (2006: £50.5m), a rise of 36% • Pre-tax profit £7.1m (2006: £4.1m), up 75% (up 42% if the impairment charge in 2006 is excluded) • Basic EPS 23.66p (2006: 12.03p), up 97% (up 40% if the impairment charge in 2006 is excluded) • Increased interim dividend declared 8.00p per share (2006: 6.75p) • Net cash £11.1m (31 August 2006: £8.1m, February 2007: £14.6m) • Falconer Bryan acquired and performing well Commenting on the results and outlook, Sir Graham Hearne, Chairman, said: 'Shipbroking has gone from strength to strength with more chartering transactions concluded and more long-term business placed particularly for newbuilding contracts and period charters. Our forward order book of business is at a record level and significantly higher than at the beginning of the year.' 'Our non-broking businesses are now contributing approximately one quarter of the Group's profits.' 'The outlook for the second half of the year remains favourable. The level of business already concluded this year means that we can be confident that the full year out-turn should see good growth over last year.'
spob
19/10/2007
12:42
BMS results Tuesday - should set CKN motoring, they will be very good. CR
cockneyrebel
18/10/2007
11:09
Chart getting ready for next leg up - shipping co's galloping lately and rates soaring :-) CR
cockneyrebel
12/10/2007
20:02
Ckn are indeed the largest shipbroking firm in the world and have a greater exposure to the dry cargo market than BMS, they also have a larger, more active drycargo broking team than BMS, who, although are a first class shipbroking outfit are more 'wet' ie (oil) tanker orientated. The tanker market is not having anything like the boom that drycargo is. The dryships link is good in that it shows you the latest index and values. However the Estimated Cape and Panamax rates are way out of date so take no notice of them. Today a panamax is worth over $90000/day for 4/6 months and $82000 for 12 months. The drycargo market is experiencing a boom like never before. Ckn must be making a packet...the 1.25% they earn on each deal they do is worth considerably more now than it was a year ago. They also broke the sale of ships, here the 1% they are likely to pick up is also worth considerably more than even a few weeks ago. (In august a panamax of 75000 mt dwat built say 1999 was worth around $60 million today the same ship sells for $80 million). Whether Ckn are fairly valued or not I've no idea, however I have a few and I'm not selling! The stock market does strange things though and to see the way a share like for instance Xstrata have jumped up and down in the last couple of days just goes to show there's little logic in this game!!
basil mavroleon
12/10/2007
15:03
yep amazing rises
cambium
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