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Share Name Share Symbol Market Type Share ISIN Share Description
Cloudcall Group Plc LSE:CALL London Ordinary Share GB00B4XS5145 ORD 20P
  Price Change % Change Share Price Bid Price Offer Price High Price Low Price Open Price Shares Traded Last Trade
  1.50 2.31% 66.50 64.00 66.00 65.00 65.00 65.00 80,968 16:35:29
Industry Sector Turnover (m) Profit (m) EPS - Basic PE Ratio Market Cap (m)
Electronic & Electrical Equipment 9.6 -3.1 -8.7 - 32

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DateSubjectAuthorDiscuss
23/5/2021
12:35
will call produce an agm statement on monday?
ali47fish
05/5/2021
14:19
could have bottomed out and now on the rise
davemac3
16/4/2021
10:18
Been really poor here and suspect it will get worse before it gets better. Test of 60p not impossible unless real evidence of improvement come next update.
its the oxman
13/4/2021
09:57
The trades at 68.47 are buys
davemac3
31/3/2021
22:10
FWIW the business model requires a lot of upfront sales work to generate future annual recurring revenues, so you would expect expenditure initially. This is precisely why the company has raised money. It might work. They have been close to break even before but decided to "go for growth" when the funds became available. I think, till covid interrupted things, they had done quite well at growing the business. It can't be denied however, that in terms of share price, this investment has been rubbish so far and the amount spent/vs income generated looks bad if you take a one year snapshot.
the millipede
31/3/2021
16:13
They are dreadful results. Can't grasp why sales and admin costs seem to keep on growing through the roof. They are clearly fiddling around with gross margins and hiding a lot of costs below the line. Had hoped someone would put shareholders out of their misery but no sign of that at all.
horndean eagle
31/3/2021
10:30
All you guys are doing is providing a lifestyle for Cleaver and co.
sooty snipes
31/3/2021
08:17
Nothing unusual from results, the summary for me is... on track? No change since last trading update. Therefore surprised it is still below the placing price, of 81p.
boonkoh
29/3/2021
18:01
Interesting, two new institutional investors on board with the fundraising. Amati and Octopus.But does that mean existing investors declined to take up their fair share to keep from being diluted....!
boonkoh
29/3/2021
15:00
Good to see the other lot of new shares, admitted this morning. No big selling. I guess most of the holders are not willing to sell at a small loss.
boonkoh
26/3/2021
21:12
Ah. And the reason it won't work is that the tax relief is withdrawn if you sell within 3 years. Shame.
the millipede
26/3/2021
20:53
The EIS concept is interesting and, although it is billed as a good way of attracting new money into small businesses, actually might end up undermining the share price of low liquidity stocks. Here is how it works. Suppose I bought 100,000 shares in the recent placing. EIS shares qualify for 30% tax relief which is paid as a reduction to the investors' tax bill. So to buy these 100,000 shares I paid £81,500. But I then get a reduction of £24,450 on my income tax bill for the 20/21 tax year, assuming I otherwise pay that amount or more in income tax. This makes the effective cost of the 100,000 shares £57,050 (81,500 - 24,450). Or 57.05p per share. I can then sell them in the market at (today) 75p realising an instant effective profit of 18p per share, or £18,000. This represents approximately a 30% effective return. And because the acquisition cost is 81.5p I pay no capital gains tax.... in fact, I can offset the capital loss (bought at 81.5p, sold at 75p) against future gains. Please let me know if I have got anything wrong there, but it seems to me a really wonderful way to buy shares and I would like to start doing it.
the millipede
26/3/2021
17:18
Hopefully that's the overhang seller cleared out then,the one that's been pushing the share price down.Crazy it is trading at a discount to the placing that has just been done.
boonkoh
25/3/2021
13:53
"Great to see TM still cheerleading!" Good to see you again Del. Not sure cheerleading is quite the right way to put it..... more like, crying into my beer!
the millipede
24/3/2021
19:13
With the price at 74/76, Ihave been looking to see if I should buy more. As per my I was misguided enough to join the new issue. The issue with Primary Bid is that one has to make a decision fast especially if one has something else on. If I had read the RNS announcing the equity raise more closely I would have seen that they are now not forecasting monthly ebitda breakeven till 2023. It also had this most ambiguous sentence Quote The net cash impact expected at the end of 2021 compared to the previous expectations is £4.8 million. Unquote I will stay with what I have for the moment
cerrito
20/3/2021
15:15
Wow! Thought this was one had gone bust! Still operating and still raising cash... Was badly stung on these 5/6 years ago. Great to see TM still cheerleading!
deltrotter
03/3/2021
14:34
So many more shares in issue, happy to avoid these and wait for some serious growth without seriously rising costs , not sure it will ever happen though - share price could struggle now for some time.
its the oxman
03/3/2021
14:24
Sold most of my shares three weeks ago. This shower of bandits should rename themselves Money eaters. Buy into these and all your doing is funding a lifestyle for Cleaver and co.
sooty snipes
03/3/2021
09:16
Timbo, thanks.
gnnmartin
02/3/2021
14:35
>>>Nigel I used Pello on this occassion, they are briefed to inform me of any EIS qualifying placings that come their way, I heard from them on this one yesterday morning and we were made inside, they didn't know the price, but I assumed it would be between 70 - 75p. I know CALL reasonably well as I have been a shareholder since the placing (EIS qualifying) back in 2016, so the wife and I placed our orders for EIS shares only. We heard about our allocations this morning, she needs the EIS tax relief far more than I do, so I let her have my allocation. As it happens, this placing was via an accelerated book build, so I guess we could have waited until the announcement yesterday at 17:00 and phoned Pello (or any other broker where we have an account) and placed the same order and presumably ended up with a similar result.
timbo003
02/3/2021
11:08
Timbo, how do you get on 'the placing route'?
gnnmartin
02/3/2021
10:34
>>>Cerrito The wife and I went for a few through the placing route, specifying we wanted EIS shares or nothing. We were allocated 30% of what we asked for, so I transferred my allocation to the wife on this occassion, at least then one of us ends up with a meaningful amount. It does show that there was excess demand for the EIS portion of the fundraise and I guess that they hit either the annual limit of £5m/year, or the life time limit of £12m (or £20m if deemed a knowledge intensive company) for an EIS qualifying fundraise
timbo003
02/3/2021
09:59
FWIW I hold my shares in a SIPP. As far as I could tell, in the 30 minutes I had spare to look into it last night, Primary bid did not seem to like that. So I was unable to participate, even though I would have done.
the millipede
02/3/2021
07:54
As a fan of primary bid, I hope other companies will not be put off by the fact that just £291k raised. This reflects the fact that the share not widely followed, the short time scale it was open and the not very attractive price-though attractive enough for an oversubscription.
cerrito
01/3/2021
22:50
Not sure that you are missing anything Its the OXMAN, I was not expecting this as my reading is they had enough cash. I did go in for a small amount on the basis that the leaks on this fundraise has driven the price down but it was a marginal decision. Miffed that retail are not allowed near the EIS shares.
cerrito
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