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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
  +5.00p +0.21% 2,430.00p 2,425.00p 2,435.00p 2,450.00p 2,405.00p 2,450.00p 6,897 16:10:21
Industry Sector Turnover (m) Profit (m) EPS - Basic PE Ratio Market Cap (m)
Industrial Transportation 337.6 42.9 98.8 24.6 736.90

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07/7/2015
10:50
agree longshanks. I don't think Greece is any surprise and the risk of them leaving Europe has been well flagged. Also the yanks don't seem to give a monkeys about some little island half way across the planet and if they don't get in a flap things won't be too rough imo. I think there will be a bit of a sell of if they go out but it will be short lived as those trying to get out of bonds buy equities on the dip mo. Always possible something goes a bit too wrong tho, but pretty small imo. Agree with scottishfield -good analogy! :-) CR
cockneyrebel
07/7/2015
09:28
excellent analogy longshanks :)
scottishfield
07/7/2015
09:27
Thanks for your thoughts. I agree that China is a concern: I find the recent volatility on the Shanghai stock market and the measures introduced to stabilise it quite an interesting indicator of some significant issues around the corner.The thing I find fascinating about the Greek situation is the fact that there is still no obvious solution. The Greeks have given a big fat "No" to further austerity whilst still wanting to stay in the Euro. They are like an idle teenager poking their nose at mum and dad whilst still living under their roof. Mum and Dad are reluctant to kick them out of the house because of what the neighbours might say and also because they know the teenager will most likely end up sleeping rough on he streets and be lost to their family forever more.Family tiffs though are quite often just storms in teacups and like you say this one is just about where the money is going to come from and can be easily resolved by more quantitative easing and a slight devaluation of the Euro; well within government powers to bring about although no doubt unpopular.
longshanks
07/7/2015
07:08
What rubbish. If Greece leaves the Euro in a messy fashion, it will hit markets across the board, for fear of contagion.
elcapital
07/7/2015
07:01
I'm mainly retail and domestic stuff which should be least affected by Greece imo longshans. I think China is problem for more stocks like mineral resource related stock. Greece is affecting the banks and finance co's most imo - will be action in those either way it goes I suspect. All imo CR
cockneyrebel
07/7/2015
06:22
You do have rather an enviable reputation amongst the ADVFN fraternity so I guess it is normal to get challenged by young bucks when the share rutting season starts in late May: must be quite flattering.What are your thoughts on how the almost inevitable Grexit will affect the markets; which sectors would you favour?
longshanks
06/7/2015
22:30
it's called envy longshanks - bless. boy in a man's world, young hind trying to rut with a fully grown stag :-) needs to grow antlers first, or a pair of something else. Filter - don't waste your life reading the nonsense imo. CR
cockneyrebel
06/7/2015
20:19
Your stalker seems to have a remarkable sense of his own importance CR. what on earth did you do to him?
longshanks
06/7/2015
14:38
if cr is saying I have many usernames, he is a LIAR. I only use one name
elcapital
06/7/2015
14:14
same guy, many names longshanks. Nice new all time highs today :-) CR
cockneyrebel
06/7/2015
12:06
Lol. Some people are so sensitive.
longshanks
06/7/2015
11:24
no idea mike, but he is a moron
elcapital
06/7/2015
11:18
Hi EL cap, isnt longshanks one of the morons migrating over here from The Motley Fool because the site is dead over there these days. I think he is.
mike740
06/7/2015
10:43
Define "very soon". Before September - or are you giving yourself more rope with which to hang yourself ELcapital?Being a stockbroker once (and for little more than 10 years) doesn't qualify you as a market expert and I suspect you are more guilty of "trolling" CR than you are willing to admit.
longshanks
05/7/2015
16:24
https://www.fool.co.uk/investing/2015/07/03/3-stocks-on-the-cusp-of-stunning-returns-barclays-plc-clarkson-plc-and-crest-nicholson-holdings-plc/
cockneyrebel
05/7/2015
10:19
He's a troll of mine longshanks - bitter. I have him filtered but guess what he has said from his reply - codswallop imo. One of the longest most reliable listed co's on the LSE - Horrace Clarkson. Bought these for around £2.50 in 2001 and my biggest regret was not just holding - hindsight ah! :-) Clarkson has a history of strong rally followed by consolidations followed by strong rallies imo. Af the recent acquisition are we set for the next strong rally? If so there could be a year or two of very strong growth imo: free stock charts from uk.advfn.com All imo CR
cockneyrebel
05/7/2015
09:58
What would they need a fundraising for? I can't see them planning additional large scale acquisitions just yet.
longshanks
03/7/2015
15:05
Through twenty eight quid, heading for thirty, but there will be a funding soon imo
elcapital
01/7/2015
13:23
Well done CR. Should have bought CKN all those months ago when I mentioned it on your board. WOuld have been well a truly happy! Ho hum... Sure it will continue to do well.
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