Share Name Share Symbol Market Type Share ISIN Share Description
Clear Leisure Plc LSE:CLP London Ordinary Share GB00B50P5B53 ORD 0.25P
  Price Change % Change Share Price Shares Traded Last Trade
  -0.015 -4.29% 0.335 1,223,464 14:21:35
Bid Price Offer Price High Price Low Price Open Price
0.30 0.37 0.35 0.335 0.35
Industry Sector Turnover (m) Profit (m) EPS - Basic PE Ratio Market Cap (m)
Nonequity Investment Instruments 0.01 -1.34 -0.25 2
Last Trade Time Trade Type Trade Size Trade Price Currency
16:10:32 O 60,000 0.306 GBX

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Clear Leisure Daily Update: Clear Leisure Plc is listed in the Nonequity Investment Instruments sector of the London Stock Exchange with ticker CLP. The last closing price for Clear Leisure was 0.35p.
Clear Leisure Plc has a 4 week average price of 0.22p and a 12 week average price of 0.21p.
The 1 year high share price is 0.46p while the 1 year low share price is currently 0.12p.
There are currently 604,152,600 shares in issue and the average daily traded volume is 12,852,733 shares. The market capitalisation of Clear Leisure Plc is £2,023,911.21.
apfindley: Clp deliver their speeding rns's at close of play. They dont do it during the day on a price rise.
johncasey: Friday 23 August, 2019 Clear Leisure Plc 100% Acquisition of Crypto Data Centre 23 August 2019 Clear Leisure Plc (“Clear Leisure” or “the Company”) 100% Acquisition of Crypto Data Centre Following the business update of 19 August 2019, the Company is pleased to confirm that it has now signed an agreement with its Joint Venture partner, 64Bit Ltd, whereby the partner has agreed to sell its 50% holding in the data centre for the price of €1, including the pro rata assignment of the Bitcoins and Litecoins mined to date. Therefore, the Company now owns 100% of the data centre. The nominal settlement price, under the termination agreement, reflects the acknowledgement by 64Bit Ltd of its mismanagement of the Joint Venture operations, including a wrongful allocation of the partnership’s resources, mainly during the start-up phase. Clear Leisure was made aware of these issues, through its own investigations into how it could increase the performance of the data centre, including the board speaking with similar sized businesses in the industry. The result of these investigations helped identify the specific problems, leading to the termination of the Joint Venture. The data centre remains on care and maintenance although the recent rise in the price of Bitcoin has encouraged the Company to reassess its options for recommencing production under Miner One Limited’s supervision, utilising innovative mining strategies, involving new types of machines to mine different cryptocurrencies, as well as the more familiar Bitcoins and Litecoins. Clear Leisure has also begun discussions with IT consultant companies to determine the most viable option for outsourcing the operations of the data centre to a new partner. Possible outcomes, should the Company choose not to operate the data centre itself, could result in the data centre being rented to a third party, or selling it to a larger crypto mining operator. The Board’s decision will mostly depend on the availability of alternative low-cost power locations, in Serbia or nearby countries, which can provide electricity at a level which will make the operation profitable. The current location is no longer available to the Company. Francesco Gardin, CEO and Executive Chairman of Clear Leisure, commented, “Despite market and mining conditions remaining difficult compared to when the data centre operations commenced last year, the recent announcements of new initiatives in the sector, namely Facebook’s Libra and Binance’s Venus Stablecoin projects, appear to be having a strong positive impact on the price of cryptocurrencies. The trend towards wider acceptance of cryptocurrencies as a means of exchange and store of value, particularly in those regions which have a high unbanked population rate, continues to rise.”
knigel: This appears a big positive - 1% bond interest rate and a conversion share price of 1p !!!!
eezymunny: spary I have no interest in buying CLP with the current risk/reward, which looks absolutely awful here IMO. Balance sheet insolvent and with a big number in the books already for Sipiem. If Sipiem comes to little or nothing, as I expect, then shares are toast IMO. IF there's a modest Sipem win (say less than 4m) then shares are still toast. If there's a massive Sipiem win, AND IT'S PAID (!!!) then shares might have a lot of upside. I'd say 99% chance CLP shares will prove to be worthless. CLP exists only for the major share and debt holder to recoup a little value IMVHO. Oh and for the uneducati to lose their shirts...
knigel: It’s your individual decision whether to buy into a share or whether to sell out - anyone (!!!) posting on Advfn usually has an agenda to either buy in lower, push the share price higher or lower if shorting - it’s quite simple - but the biggest laugh of all is that there’s posters who think their posting makes a difference - surely you be quite thick to trade on BB comments - it’s just one part of making an investment decision As for the 1p target - if a poster was giving a reason for their target then it’s a valid post - if it’s mindless ramp then attack it. Back last year when multiple claims were in the works and there were fewer shares in issue - it was a valid target especially as the share price had traded over 1p a few times over the years. Now it’s clear any share price increase will depend on receiving substantial claims from next year court cases and/or significant growth from the new investments. I will stick around but people need to make their own minds up because this share isn’t going to double overnight for some time yet
244dk: Deflect from your own position spary, that's fine with me. I'm interested to know at what price you began your ramping of clp? I know with msmn it was at an share price of over 30p (currently 0.135p) but I'm not sure with clp. Over 1p by any chance? Have a look in the mirror when you mention scum, an accurate reflection will be in front of you!
knigel: Looking back at this thread, it’s been a long time since I have seen ramping here or share price targets. There’s a poster on LSE who is trading this share and apparently doing well - that’s the game - he is negative when trying to buy low and positive when a holder. People might not like it - but it happens on most threads - people’s position reflects their posting comments and history - the point of trolls posting and attacking others while not having a position or have never held the share is a mystery though!!
knigel: I see the troll is back - seems to only happen when the share price drops .... (which I doubt will happen again today)
limited access: I was referring to the business update not the loans update. Eufingest have rescheduled these loans many times, often for short periods. This time is particularly short , being 1 month rather than the 3 month extension last time. One can read into that that either CLP are confident that there will be some quick conclusion to at least one of the cases (SIPIEM) or that the patience of Eufingest is being stretched to the limit and they are being given one last crack at it. So how does the suspension play into that? Assuming it was intentional rather than just shoddy practice, it could be that CLP would like the money to come in, settle up with Eufingest which will substantially clear the decks and then to publish the accounts and resume trading with investors having a clearer idea of where the price might be. If 5 million euros comes in the the price should remain pretty much around 0.3p in my opinion, but it might go north for a while as sentiment will be improved. Another scenario is that nothing is forthcoming by the end of the month ( and CLP know this) and that Eufingest call in their debts, and having first charge that will be curtains. I would say on balance the first scenario is more likely ( and I hope it is for holders) but one shouldn't discount the others. That's why I feel happy not to beholding. It wasn't greed Spary, it was a sensible trading decision and a fair bit of luck!
timbo: He's saying that if anyone is nervous about holding their CLP shares whilst CLP is suspended he is prepared to buy their holdings of 500k shares plus for a price of 0.15p per share.
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