Share Name Share Symbol Market Type Share ISIN Share Description
Computacenter Plc LSE:CCC London Ordinary Share GB00BV9FP302 ORD 7 5/9P
  Price Change % Change Share Price Shares Traded Last Trade
  44.00 1.86% 2,404.00 57,177 10:48:39
Bid Price Offer Price High Price Low Price Open Price
2,400.00 2,404.00 2,412.00 2,386.00 2,410.00
Industry Sector Turnover (m) Profit (m) EPS - Basic PE Ratio Market Cap (m)
Software & Computer Services 6,725.80 248.00 164.00 14.7 2,949
Last Trade Time Trade Type Trade Size Trade Price Currency
10:44:15 AT 5 2,404.00 GBX

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Computacenter Daily Update: Computacenter Plc is listed in the Software & Computer Services sector of the London Stock Exchange with ticker CCC. The last closing price for Computacenter was 2,360p.
Computacenter Plc has a 4 week average price of 2,250p and a 12 week average price of 2,250p.
The 1 year high share price is 3,098p while the 1 year low share price is currently 2,250p.
There are currently 122,687,970 shares in issue and the average daily traded volume is 178,819 shares. The market capitalisation of Computacenter Plc is £2,949,418,798.80.
boadicea: Shadowing the £30 threshold tantalisingly for some time now and looking resilient in the face of market worries. At least the heavy share price discourages lightweight day traders. Ultimate progress will depend substantially on how well the company continues to manage supply line issues compared to its competitors. On traditional metrics it continues to look very good value to me. Maintaining customer loyalty through difficult times by accepting some pressure on margins due to purely temporary factors (eg: increased stock-holding, transportation cost spikes etc.) could be a price worth paying for future growth.
sunshine today: I accept the PE is low so 30% upside from here short term. But it’s not in the growth league of TRD a tiny premium listed share that’s growing at 100%. Good luck.
boadicea: Good results were comprehensively flagged in the last update (24th Jan) so should be in the price. What is not yet in the price is the verdict on the past 10 weeks and the forward outlook with specific comment on supply line difficulties and recent pricing power vs. cost escalation. Logically, those are the factors which should determine the market response tomorrow (but logic gives way to gut reaction in current turbulent markets.) We know that the company has increased stock provision to mitigate against potential shortages so I look forward to hearing how successful that has been.
aewail: I have been following this company for a number of years. Especially as it had some big customers e.g.bp. I wish I had bought in sooner. Currently 'CCC' has 587 open vacancies. Wow! This is such a World Wide growing company. In conjunction with its later financial results. Happy that I have now invested. On wards and upwards.
boadicea: //bathcoup - "[having] a higher level of inventory" is not seen as something positive// ... but being in a position to supply from stock when a product elsewhere is on an uncertain extended delivery most certainly is a positive. It's good for reputation and may command a price premium. With money in the bank earning a negative (inflation adjusted) return, it's a no-brainer for companies with sensibly predictable demand and a positive cash balance. The effective reputational and actual cost of delayed contracts due to a shortage of critical components can far outweigh the temporary cost of some extra stock. I trust the management to have worked this out!
boadicea: On a more normal day this encouraging update should have boosted the share price As it is, in the midst of an avalanche of selling elsewhere, we shall probably be lucky to finish in the blue. That said, CCC is looking distinctly good value compared to some of its higher flying competitors and imo, any weakness could be a gift to longer term investors.
woodyjmw: Reported today: STIFEL RAISES COMPUTACENTER PRICE TARGET TO 3,219 (3,189) PENCE - 'BUY'
woodyjmw: Chart and prospects looking positive for ccc, should continue with the IT support required for working from home. One of the better tech performers at the moment.
imastu pidgitaswell: How can you compare CCC with Carillion?! It has always had a low valuation - for reasons we can only speculate on. I remember back when it was 300-400 pondering it (and it's on this thread - in 2012-13 or so). My view at the time was that the City just wan't interested as it was well funded (never had net debt), its activities were organic, and there no fees to be had - always the cynic...
boadicea: Tbh, I find this a rather difficult company to value objectively. On an earnings basis it appears to be fairly valued - not generous compared to its sector peers (but who are its peers realistically speaking?). On a price/revenue basis its valuation seems distinctly lowly (the prospective figure is around 0.6, I think) implying meagre margins. Its range of products/services is more comprehensive and complex than many more 'glamorous' outfits which are often successful one trick ponies and easier to analyse if lacking depth. High bought in costs appearing as turnover are probably the principal reason for this. It is therefore not fair to compare it with, say, DOTD or even Cerillion with price/revenue ratios in double figures! (The latter make me nervous of the potential effects of any glitch in their progress.) Computercenter is Main market and should have significant analyst attention - but does not seem entirely happy with it! It is worth noting that it has consistently beaten concensus forecasts and seems likely to continue this happy trend. Supply side tightness may have short term cost implications and will similarly affect competitors (delayed completions, or cost premiums to avoid them): equally the longer term pricing effect may be positive. I see no reason to quarrel with the current market view (seldom a good idea) but feel the company should probably ease up its margins over time to justify accelerated share price advance. ...And my previous suggestion of a share split is still on the table.
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