Share Name Share Symbol Market Type Share ISIN Share Description
Coats Group Plc LSE:COA London Ordinary Share GB00B4YZN328 ORD 5P
  Price Change % Change Share Price Shares Traded Last Trade
  1.20 1.85% 66.00 813,442 16:35:11
Bid Price Offer Price High Price Low Price Open Price
65.90 66.10 66.20 64.90 64.90
Industry Sector Turnover (m) Profit (m) EPS - Basic PE Ratio Market Cap (m)
General Industrials 1,112.02 120.53 4.51 13.3 959
Last Trade Time Trade Type Trade Size Trade Price Currency
17:40:29 O 4,634 65.968 GBX

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Coats Daily Update: Coats Group Plc is listed in the General Industrials sector of the London Stock Exchange with ticker COA. The last closing price for Coats was 64.80p.
Coats Group Plc has a 4 week average price of 62.70p and a 12 week average price of 62.70p.
The 1 year high share price is 82.40p while the 1 year low share price is currently 57.90p.
There are currently 1,452,570,385 shares in issue and the average daily traded volume is 1,615,238 shares. The market capitalisation of Coats Group Plc is £958,696,454.10.
blackhorse23: IGR on the move, JP Morgan price target for IGR 500p , selling COA & buying IGR
manurere: It is a big conviction position. However, both my partner and I have very good, inflation adjusted superannuation income from an employer scheme. So each of us in a comfortable position whereby we can take long-term positions in equities and not worry too much about periodic hiccups. My personal preference is to invest in companies that I can understand. I especially favour manufacturing companies that make real things real people want to buy. Coats meets that test. I am especially impressed with the growing range of industrial products. Coats also provides both straightforward accounts and reliable regular updates. In addition, I like the geographical spread of its manufacturing units; that help buffer it from periodic local difficulties. Finally, Coat's growing market share indicates that its customers appreciate both the quality of its products and the speed and reliability of delivery. That the Board has a sharp eye out for 'bolt-on' acquisitions, but is not going to be tempted to pay inflated prices also boosts my confidence in the company. I expect earnings per share to increase steadily over the next decade and the dividend to rise accordingly. I don't expect a takeover bid.
manurere: Hi 'essential,' To be honest, my biggest concern at the moment is exchange rate fluctuations rather than share price volatility. As noted some time ago, my partner and I each own, independent of the other, very substantial (for private investors) holdings in Coats. In each case, our Coats holdings are our largest equity investment. In my case. Coats share constitute over 50% of the value my total portfolio. I am very bullish on Coats's longterm future and expect the dividend to rise steadily over the next few years. Thus it is unlikely that I will sell my shares within the next five to ten years. As note previously, we live outside the UK. Our shares through a trustee which in turn is arranged by our broker in our home country. So along the way, the ticket is clipped by intermediaries. And at some point those holding costs may outweigh the benefits of owning the shares. So we do end up selling, it is most likely that it will be holding costs that force the issue. I hope not as I want ether myself or my kids to reap the rewards of what I believe to be a very sound, long-term investment.
manurere: Can't believe that Coats share price held up so well on 19th, given the sea of red on global exchanges.
manurere: I am also surprised at how much the share price has jumped in morning trading. I suspect it is starting to get a little bit ahead of the good trading report. The turnover so far has been light and I think the share price will roll back a little as profit takers sell their shares. Unfortunately, I live in a different time zone and will not sit up through the night to watch the afternoon movement. Looking ahead, the share price may break through the 100 pence mark later this year, but that too would surprise me. A more measured movement would be a consolidation around 90 pence if Coats produces a good set of mid-year figures. I'd be very happy to be at 90 pence at the end of the year and to look forward to breaking 100 pence some time in 2023. I remain confident that the share price will be around 145 pence by the end of 2025/early 2026. I also expect the annual dividend to be close to US5 cents by 2026.
manurere: I am surprised how good the trading update is, given the issues essentialinvestor noted at the end of April. Looking some distance ahead, it is the steady growth in performance materials that bodes well for the future. Coats is a real manufacturing company: it makes useful things other people want to buy. At the moment, the share price is being suppressed by a more negative general environment. I expect that once the clouds blow away, Coats share price will soar.
manurere: I though I was going to have egg on my face for a few weeks. But medium-term, share price trend is indeed up
essentialinvestor: Market gets to decide the daily share price rather than me! - provided headwinds are not more pronounced than consensus (expects) as mentioned in my previous post, then COA looks value. Wider equity market levels also a factor obvs.
philanderer: Coats is mispriced, says Berenberg Coats (COA), the world’s largest manufacturer of sewing thread and supplies, remains a ‘mispriced equity’, says Berenberg. Analyst Anthony Plom reiterated his ‘buy’ recommendation and increased the target price from 80p to 85p on the stock, which closed up 0.9%, or 0.6p, at 71.5p on Thursday. ‘Recent trading shows a V-shaped recovery, earnings per share momentum is strong, margins are trending back to the mid-teens, and there is a very credible sustainability story emerging,’ he said. The stock trades at a ‘significant discount to peers’ on a 14x 2022 price/earnings ratio and free cashflow yield of 4.7%. ‘We believe both the rating and earnings can move higher, so investors should not be deterred by the recent share price run,’ said Plom. HTTPS://
turbocharge: Carrying on with the one man/woman show - can't complain though, COA share price is slowly but steadily moving towards the target price 96.00 - 99.00 suggested by the Bottom Triangle/Bottom Wedge generated on 31 Dec 2018. 16 out of 17 moving averages on the chart I'm looking are buy signal, with 1 signal being neutral. Just had a quick look at the Coats Group website, seem to be recruiting - loads of vacancies, which I think is a good sign. The website suggests this for COA: "the bulls are in full control. The negative sentiment that led to the last bearish pattern has evaporated. Besides, the signal is suggesting to STAY LONG." All in all looking solid and good to buy and hold in my opinion.
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