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Share Name Share Symbol Market Type Share ISIN Share Description
Colefax Group Plc LSE:CFX London Ordinary Share GB0002090453 ORD 10P
  Price Change % Change Share Price Bid Price Offer Price High Price Low Price Open Price Shares Traded Last Trade
  35.00 5.47% 675.00 610.00 670.00 640.00 635.00 635.00 4,744 16:35:20
Industry Sector Turnover (m) Profit (m) EPS - Basic PE Ratio Market Cap (m)
Household Goods & Home Construction 77.9 5.4 45.1 15.0 94

Colefax Share Discussion Threads

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DateSubjectAuthorDiscuss
17/12/2010
08:46
reckon there is a bid coming what date is the Jan trading statement
dnfa1975
17/12/2010
08:45
CR - I'm sure you are right regarding CFX value compared to WGB, but if i am unable to buy even 1,000 CFX shares without paying a premium then it really isn't going to work for me! There really is no market for this share and I can only imagine with horror the difficulties that one would encounter if one had CFX shares and tried to sell!!!!
rbf
17/12/2010
08:20
going nuts
dnfa1975
17/12/2010
08:12
making a new high. Walker Greenbank are twice as expensive as CFX imo RBF - look at the net cash here compared to WGB's debt. Perhaps once people see the t/s in Jan they'll realise it. CR
cockneyrebel
14/12/2010
10:05
may well be undervalued but also a very illiquid share...very difficult to buy or sell even for relatively modest amounts plus wide dealing spread. AS such much prefer WGB (Walker Greenbank) even if it may be a little more expensive
rbf
14/12/2010
09:37
at the end of this year approx 8 million in cash-stripping out cash they are on a pe of about 6 or 7 -too cheap for a co like this
salver2
13/12/2010
07:54
agreed , how much cash?
dnfa1975
09/12/2010
13:52
On the up - and all this cash too :-) CR
cockneyrebel
05/12/2010
13:31
Seems the Chinese like Colefax products which are very popular out there: Anything and everything seems to be available in China but, for many, there is great kudos in using imported materials, whether Italian marble or English limestone, US bathroom fittings, such as those by Kohler, and European fabrics, including designs by Colefax and Fowler, Pierre Frey and Designers Guild to name a few. http://www.ft.com/cms/s/2/d5351682-fd96-11df-9ea5-00144feab49a.html#axzz17FAtlvP3
cockneyrebel
29/11/2010
08:11
WGB materially ahead - should bode well for CFX - t/s here soon too? CR
cockneyrebel
29/11/2010
08:11
WGB materially ahead - should bode well for CFX - t/s here soon too? CR
cockneyrebel
03/11/2010
07:45
should go soon, when is next nooze
dnfa1975
02/11/2010
07:48
ready to tick up
dnfa1975
02/11/2010
07:18
chart good
dnfa1975
25/10/2010
23:09
400p target right on man
dnfa1975
22/10/2010
00:57
correct analysis!!
salver2
21/10/2010
12:46
Well look at it like this - the trade payables and receivables net off so the £6m cash is net cash and will be £9m odd by year end at least imo. Then they have £11m of inventories. They have about £1.5m in tax credits and they have £6m in property that's probably worth a lot more than that. I'd say the tangible assets are getting on for the market cap. They should do more that 23p eps too as things are improvin and the £ is still weak v $. No debt, share buy backs and the start of a recovery where margins should increase after strong cost cutting imo. I'd say these are worth miles more than today's valuation, that's why I've been adding - t/s in Jan should wake the mkt up imo. All imo/ dyor etc. CR
cockneyrebel
20/10/2010
10:51
pe of 5!! thats ammmmmmazing. do they own the freehold in clapham/battersea - must be worth a pretty penny
dnfa1975
18/10/2010
18:46
you did well to buy any-very solid co which will go private at some time
salver2
18/10/2010
11:21
I picked up a few more today salver2. Reckon these could spring a t/s anytime and don't want to be trying to add on the statement. Agree with your assessment re th cash here. CR
cockneyrebel
14/10/2010
20:15
actually this stock is ridiculously cheap at the end of next year they will have cash of around 8 million which is about 30 percent of their market cap -this puts them on a pe ratio of about 5 stripping the cash out and 7 with the cash -too low whichever way you cut it
salver2
14/10/2010
12:21
Nice move up - someone's keen. t/s soon I suspect. CR
cockneyrebel
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