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Share Name Share Symbol Market Type Share ISIN Share Description
Clipper Logistics LSE:CLG London Ordinary Share GB00BMMV6B79 ORD 0.05P
  Price Change % Change Share Price Shares Traded Last Trade
  -13.00p -5.16% 239.00p 184,902 16:35:20
Bid Price Offer Price High Price Low Price Open Price
240.00p 241.00p 266.00p 240.00p 265.00p
Industry Sector Turnover (m) Profit (m) EPS - Basic PE Ratio Market Cap (m)
Industrial Transportation 400.12 17.97 14.20 16.8 242.6

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18:45:03262.911,9615,155.68O
17:50:08249.121,1902,964.54O
17:05:53239.01351838.93O
16:35:34239.00204487.56AT
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10/12/2018
08:20
Clipper Daily Update: Clipper Logistics is listed in the Industrial Transportation sector of the London Stock Exchange with ticker CLG. The last closing price for Clipper was 252p.
Clipper Logistics has a 4 week average price of 240p and a 12 week average price of 240p.
The 1 year high share price is 494p while the 1 year low share price is currently 240p.
There are currently 101,525,671 shares in issue and the average daily traded volume is 287,470 shares. The market capitalisation of Clipper Logistics is £242,646,353.69.
31/7/2018
21:22
mauricemonkey: Looking like it’s starting to become a common problem, companies deliberately running down their prospects share price falls 20% and directors fill their boots. Ccc did something similar recently.
30/7/2018
09:21
pj fozzie: Well that seems an over-reaction in the share price!! (And painful too - I've been gradually building up my holding over the past couple of years and ALL my buy prices are above the current price.) I really cannot see anything in the results that warrants such a drop in price today - I think Clipper still looks a good bet for the future. Anyone got a clue as to what I may have missed? Cheers, PJ
25/4/2018
06:55
mauricemonkey: Funny how they announce this contract win today but the share price was up 15% since last week. Us small investors have got no chance.
23/1/2018
21:03
mauricemonkey: Learn to read more carefully is the lesson I take from that. Thanks for pointing me in the right direction Super. I guess numerous directors selling north of £40M shares isn't going to help the share price any! Hopefully instis will take them. If I understand correctly, the price won't be publically declared and they can't be sold for 90 days so that should reduce the impact somewhat?
03/12/2016
11:07
miti 1000: Tudes100 , Totally agree with your post. I think we will see quite a few big companies signing up for click and collect in the next 6 months and most of the click and collect revenue is not priced into future broker forecasts. njb67 ,half the share price in your dreams !!. Whilst I agree that CLG is richly valued, there is a reason for that ie., the market is convinced the company will grow into its valuation comfortably . You have to pay for quality. If you want cheap , buy inferior companies like wincanton. Clipper is the leader in a very big sweet spot for the next 5 years and I fully it expect it to reach 500p within 18 months or else get taken over by the likes of Amazon who could do with a proper returns management(Boomerang) system. I should also add the US let alone Europe, lag way behind the UK in online delivery and returns and click and collect.
19/11/2015
14:40
saucepan: I have just been looking at CLG a bit further. I am wondering if there is any potential sector "read-across" from the DX. trading update/profit warning that has just devastated the share price? DX. pointed to: * challenging trading conditions * pricing pressure * deteriorating trading patterns * increased cost based pressures * driver resourcing issues The moot question being: is this DX. company specific weakness, or is it indicative of wider sector challenges that could also impinge on CLG, including increased competition (e.g. lack of barriers to entry)? These possible concerns have stopped me buying back for now, but I would be interested in what others think.
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