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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
  5.20 2.89% 185.00 183.20 185.00 185.00 184.20 184.40 19,891 08:15:08
Industry Sector Turnover (m) Profit (m) EPS - Basic PE Ratio Market Cap (m)
Real Estate Investment & Services 138.3 159.0 33.3 5.6 754

Cls Share Discussion Threads

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DateSubjectAuthorDiscuss
26/2/2008
14:03
The Finals for the y/e 31st Dec'07 are due soon - 8th March last year.
skyship
25/2/2008
09:20
CLI relatively too cheap - added today. free stock charts from www.advfn.com
skyship
11/1/2008
15:20
Looks as though the absurdly named SEGRO & our own CLI are the two duff performers over the past 5yrs - at least relatively speaking! Though a closer look reveals that that underperformance has really only come about over recent months. Perhaps suggests CLI could outperform on the upside when we see a sector rally - especially as we are no longer pressured by The Shard. free stock charts from www.advfn.com free stock charts from www.advfn.com
skyship
10/1/2008
16:09
Well that's a coincidence - we've sold out of "The Shard" today at a loss of only £25m. Not a bad result really. Perhaps I should be topping up already, even though 10p higher! http://www.advfn.com/p.php?pid=nmona&cb=1199981028&article=24133342&symbol=L%5ECLI
skyship
10/1/2008
11:31
Time to be back into these I reckon; so a titchy exploratory purchase @ 294p whilst I investigate further. Back of envelope stuff would be 15% off the gross assets of £1.2bn (-£180m) + 100% off "The Shard" (-£60m), ie a £240mn hit. That reduces the NAV to c.500p, so a buy @ 300p = a 40% discount - the same level as it used to be when I last held this stock back in 2002! With the plummeting £ versus the Euro, I like the benefit acccruing from the investments in Euroland. So adds to the overall attraction; though would prefer to be buying at a 50% NAV discount, ie 250p - that would be seriously distressed territory. May not happen if the SWFs start mopping up the UK property companies - see the RNS from BLND today.... http://www.advfn.com/p.php?pid=nmona&cb=1199964753&article=24120416&symbol=L%5EBLND
skyship
12/12/2007
08:29
who is the destroyer?
hybrasil
11/12/2007
08:49
i hear the destroyer is short
ntv
10/12/2007
20:10
another good point - re the shard i mean - cos it makes up a fair chunk of their assets - about 10% if i remember rightly - could it by any chance become worthless do you think?
myopia
09/12/2007
19:38
My take FWIW is that the controlling Morstedt family interest plays a part : they're not particularly interested in short-term considerations (or vulnerable to short-term activist shareholder-led pressures). Most of their funding is (from memory) committed for the next few years as is the average maturity of their rent roll.... my one concern is the impact or otherwise of The Shard. Last I saw there was talk of a possible new M East investor, but I haven't been following (hey, I am in sunny California, so London seems a looong way off ;>)..... Good to see some dialogue on the board !
extrader
09/12/2007
17:56
good point actually - i hadn't thought of it that way - makes me more cautious now
myopia
06/12/2007
18:39
just a comment on these - looking at their balance sheet and todays share price - they are at a 50% disc to nav , but because of loan to value if their properties lost 15% of their value they would only be at a 15% discount and 20% would put them at nav. To compare - others - CLI - 50% - 15% - 0% CAL - 61% - 46% - 38% BLAND - 48% - 28% - 18% MAY - 39% - (-34%) - (-123%) Just my rough workings , but in the right area I think.
sscrabble
06/12/2007
17:43
dropping away again our long positon not looking that good but only small currently anyway
ntv
06/12/2007
11:28
interestingly these have not responded lito the mometeum in the rest of the sector
ntv
08/6/2007
12:01
Big drop yesterday for no apparent reason. CLS don't seem to concerned - they bought 100,000 of their own shares yesterday on the drop.
mikeysbeast
26/4/2007
00:25
The discount to NAV is too big. Historic NAV at 8.24. These also tend to go up around the time of the tender offers. Sam
sammu
08/3/2007
10:52
I´m a very happy holder (since early ´03 @ 200p +/- ) and surprised that this has such a low profile in the investor community....maybe the lack of dividend (as such) ? The currency exposure mix gives some useful diversification, I feel.
extrader
08/3/2007
07:45
Very impressive preliminary results released today
mikeysbeast
08/12/2006
12:41
been looking past few weeks added couple positions this am for the "wrinkly fund" GL all
ttg100
01/12/2006
13:10
Nice write-up in today's IC, with CLS placed as the 'queen' in IC's royal flush of property co's. Below Land Secs and Brit Land. Continental exposure (esp Germany) seen as attractive, esp in view 'UK markets looking somewhat toppy' Rated as 'good value' at 715p IMHO, DYOR, caveat emptor etc
extrader
30/9/2006
14:56
Looks like they may have to raise the price of the tender offer again, as we approach the 640p mark.
sammu
08/9/2006
09:43
Another set of good results from CLI....and only 11 months since the last post. I wonder whether this year's 'special div/buyback' will attract a little more interest (institutional or peeps) ?
extrader
17/10/2005
23:42
still here, everyone else also still on board? Arf Dysg you still there? any ideas on recent weakness? or is it pure volatility? wondering about topping up my position, nice defensive stock with those long contracts ... Rgs, Beta
beta_adjusted
14/10/2005
22:16
long position at close
ntv
04/10/2005
21:06
Strange movements over the last two days. No significant volume, maybe it's the illiquidity? Sam
sammu
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