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 Shares Traded Last Trade
  0.00 0.0% 790.00 500 01:00:00
Bid Price Offer Price High Price Low Price Open Price
750.00 830.00 790.00 790.00 790.00
Industry Sector Turnover (m) Profit (m) EPS - Basic PE Ratio Market Cap (m)
Household Goods & Home Construction 77.91 5.42 45.10 17.5 63
Last Trade Time Trade Type Trade Size Trade Price Currency
11:31:17 O 500 760.00 GBX

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14/2/202217:43BUY IN COLEFAX CORP10
21/2/202019:30potentially undervalued imo135
10/2/200820:555% Div return plus sharebuyback program!53
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2022-07-06 14:38:45760.003882,948.80O
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Colefax Daily Update: Colefax Group Plc is listed in the Household Goods & Home Construction sector of the London Stock Exchange with ticker CFX. The last closing price for Colefax was 790p.
Colefax Group Plc has a 4 week average price of 690p and a 12 week average price of 595p.
The 1 year high share price is 790p while the 1 year low share price is currently 505p.
There are currently 7,937,535 shares in issue and the average daily traded volume is 1,712 shares. The market capitalisation of Colefax Group Plc is £62,706,526.50.
essentialinvestor: Reluctantly agree with that assessment. I posted the very large amount of shares you could buy online recently and that was perhaps a large clue of what was to come. And remember a free trade agreement with the EU is also vital for the business. CFX, unlike WGB do not manufacturer product. They are importing that.
my retirement fund: Don't forget the currency advantage either. Strikes me there is something seriously lacking in the companies competitive advantage to be unable to grow. It may be a well run ship but one that has no competitive vision. Not wanting to be negative but that sums it up. No wonder the share price is well discounted.
salver2: Yes it does seem odd but actually I think houses in America are getting a little smaller less fabrics are used and millennials have different buying patterns - ifitsnot a handbag watch holiday car boat designer brand they don’t want it - I’m a dealer in traditional antiques I won’t let on but the clue might be in my handle and I can buy certain things that were once the price of a London flat in the1960s for about 1000 to 2000 pounds- I bought something last week that sold at Christie’s in 1968 for 2000 pounds for 1500 pounds - keep in mind that someone paid the equivalent of 30 to 40 thousand originally
salver2: I imagine they’d be delighted at a nice price like 3.50 they would be able to buy back more than a third of the co and still have spare cash
robf193: Considering this covers the 6 months to the end of October, which was probably the height of political uncertainty in the UK and US, to have EPS of almost 24p is a fair performance, and by their standards the outlook statement is reasonably positive. Even if you assume 2nd half earnings being flat the P/E is 8.5x at current price. Factoring in £11m of cash and no debt at a mkt cap of £35m, how on earth do you arrive at £3.50 (mkt cap would then be £31m)!?
essentialinvestor: Hi salver, tried a dummy trade this morning and was again offered up to 10,000 shares at 4.345, you could sell approx 1000 for about the same price. Those figures can alter in an instant so a snapshot at that exact time Only.
essentialinvestor: salver, thanks for the view. They referenced growing complexity in their markets recently, with collections selling well is some territories and may be not so well in others. £1.5 to launch a brand collection. 5% constant currency decline in their major market when the US economy is still supposedly growing strongly. Interesting the high end interior designer you spoke with was also seeing a slowdown. Perhaps a leading indicator for the US economy?.
essentialinvestor: Less than that now!. A 5% constant currency revenue fall in the US market is significant for CFX, particularly so outside of a recession. To give that some context, even in 2009 when the world looked like ending their CC revenue fall in the US was 15%. They may need to remove costs from the business imv. Mentioned a few weeks back CFX may be available in the £3.50-£4 range, looking more likely following that poor outlook.
tiptv1: John Eade , President of Argus Research offers his Fundamental Stock Analysis and says to BUY in Colefax Corp (CFX). See more at:
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