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CLI Cls Holdings Plc

93.40
1.80 (1.97%)
21 Jun 2024 - Closed
Delayed by 15 minutes
Share Name Share Symbol Market Type Share ISIN Share Description
Cls Holdings Plc LSE:CLI London Ordinary Share GB00BF044593 ORD 2.5P
  Price Change % Change Share Price Bid Price Offer Price High Price Low Price Open Price Shares Traded Last Trade
  1.80 1.97% 93.40 91.40 91.60 91.60 89.40 89.40 1,562,027 16:35:21
Industry Sector Turnover Profit EPS - Basic PE Ratio Market Cap
Real Estate Agents & Mgrs 148.7M -249.8M -0.6286 -1.46 364.03M
Cls Holdings Plc is listed in the Real Estate Agents & Mgrs sector of the London Stock Exchange with ticker CLI. The last closing price for Cls was 91.60p. Over the last year, Cls shares have traded in a share price range of 80.00p to 148.20p.

Cls currently has 397,410,268 shares in issue. The market capitalisation of Cls is £364.03 million. Cls has a price to earnings ratio (PE ratio) of -1.46.

Cls Share Discussion Threads

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DateSubjectAuthorDiscuss
05/3/2024
09:32
A little top up...excited for the morrow!
flyer61
02/3/2024
17:30
All imho dyorI am in 2 minds over CliAppears cheap but I am concerned occupancy and refinancing.
dandanactionman
28/2/2024
20:25
strath - a very good find; an interesting article. Offices a very variegated market. CLI operate with prime offices in prime locations for prime tenants. Values will be hit; but IMO not too seriously.

All should be clarified on the 6th.

skyship
28/2/2024
20:13
Recent article on CLS Germany

hxxps://www.refire-online.com/guest-columns/interview-rolf-mensing-head-of-cls-germany/

strathroyal
28/2/2024
12:40
CLS Holdings plc ("CLS")
Notice of Full Year Results


CLS will announce its Full Year Results for the 12 months ended 31 December 2023 on Wednesday, 6 March 2024.



The results presentation will be taking place in-person at The London Stock Exchange,10 Paternoster Square, London, EC4M 7LS at 08:30am on 6 March 2024.



Investors and analysts can also attend the meeting by joining a live webcast and conference call.



The details of the meeting, webcast and conference call will be included in the results statement.

cwa1
28/2/2024
10:56
DLN updated today fwiw and sound relatively positive - all be it they are highly geographically focussed, London, West End in particular.
essentialinvestor
28/2/2024
09:56
Just taken the tiniest toehold's worth at 89.44p. Didn't think I'd buy in here but the amount of bad news built in to the price LOOKS too much to me now. Hopefully the dividend will be held and equally hopefully the NAV doesn't decrease by TOO much at the finals announcement. Fingers all crossed
cwa1
28/2/2024
09:50
Well, hopefully they will hold the 5.35p final.
skyship
28/2/2024
09:14
Any thoughts on the final dividend here ?
panshanger1
28/2/2024
08:48
Unfortunately back down to 90p again! Finals on 6th March, a week today - so not long to wait now.
skyship
28/2/2024
08:39
Sneaked some more at 89p, but starting to feel like it wants to join everything else in retesting the lows.

Too much value to ignore tho.

spectoacc
21/2/2024
13:25
Well WShak - you've initiated a steadier tone having taken out the relentless seller.

Hopefully gone for good rather than an iceberg...

skyship
16/2/2024
12:48
If you find CLI iliquid you must be dealing in large quantities.

Taken private the end game?, but would age of founders be against this?. Would they want the responsibility..

Still may be a reasonable bet.

essentialinvestor
16/2/2024
10:20
Hi Skyship,

I'm in for the long haul with CLI.

With a lot of these ITs, REITS, property companies, etc, I just want to see what prices look like when interest rates come down in 12 months, and clip divis whilst I wait.

I haven't gone mad on CLI but have a chunk that I wouldn't want to lose.

Main thing holding me back from investing more seriously is an investment that went badly wrong in Speymill Deutsche back in the day when there was also a ridiculous discount to NAV. Debt was much higher there, however.

wshak
16/2/2024
09:56
WShak - re CLI - are you looking for an end game here or just a trade?

As stated before, I think the anti-office sentiment has been way, way overdone with CLI, perhaps exacerbated by the fact that 60% is held by the Mortstedts.

The upcoming Prelims (8th March last year) should clarify matters somewhat, ie, just how bad a write-down will we see on the German assets.

IMO however you cut it, the sell-down here is overdone; and then some!

skyship
16/2/2024
08:57
For me:

# API - now a cheap way into the oversold bidder CREI

# CLI - hoping the family will see sense and seek out a buyer

# EBOX - well, why wouldn't you! Absurdly cheap for a logistics play

# SERE - just on value grounds

& now, looking for yet another swing back up - AEWU

skyship
15/2/2024
23:12
Hope so.I've been investing heavily into REITS and ITs recently.GABI, GCP, SEIT, DGI9(unfortunately), EBOX, SUPR, and now CLI.
wshak
15/2/2024
20:14
WShak - long time since we were on the same side of a play. hopefully this will work out well for us.
skyship
15/2/2024
18:32
FWIW, I was told I'd cleared out a single seller.Had to pay above offer price at the time in order to get size.Highly illiquid share due to so many being in the hands of the family trust.
wshak
15/2/2024
15:02
Seller may have cleared:
aishah
15/2/2024
12:56
Kiss of death , bought a few.
holts
12/2/2024
14:51
With 10 gilt yields spiking to nearly 4.10% from 3.60% it’s easy to understand why CLS and other property stocks /reits have weakened over the last few weeks. Personally I believe this yield spike will be relatively short lived.
wapping67
12/2/2024
14:37
CLI has many properties in inner & outer London; one of the gems their newly refurbished "City" property - The Artesian - see marketing link in the Header. A great HQ for someone consolidating onto one site.
skyship
12/2/2024
11:11
Take somewhere like Croydon - might be attractive for people who live close by, but you'll have a much smaller pool of potential staff to draw from. Central London can draw from all the home counties as well from inner London. I guess for non specialist staff then a regional office can make sense, but definitely not for a big law firm or investment bank
riverman77
12/2/2024
10:05
I thought office locations that are a reasonable distance for a commute are attractive. I can imagine those right in the center of london involve people communting for longer? Those in the outer areas are more accessible?
raj k
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