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CNC Concurrent Technologies Plc

-0.30 (-0.42%)
08 Dec 2023 - Closed
Delayed by 15 minutes
Share Name Share Symbol Market Type Share ISIN Share Description
Concurrent Technologies Plc LSE:CNC London Ordinary Share GB0002183191 ORD 1P
  Price Change % Change Share Price Shares Traded Last Trade
  -0.30 -0.42% 71.50 520,886 11:49:11
Bid Price Offer Price High Price Low Price Open Price
71.00 72.00 71.80 71.50 71.80
Industry Sector Turnover Profit EPS - Basic PE Ratio Market Cap
Printed Circuit Boards 18.28M 987k 0.0115 62.17 61.23M
Last Trade Time Trade Type Trade Size Trade Price Currency
17:06:23 O 250,000 72.00 GBX

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Posted at 08/12/2023 08:20 by Concurrent Technologies Daily Update
Concurrent Technologies Plc is listed in the Printed Circuit Boards sector of the London Stock Exchange with ticker CNC. The last closing price for Concurrent Technologies was 71.80p.
Concurrent Technologies currently has 85,637,714 shares in issue. The market capitalisation of Concurrent Technologies is £61,230,966.
Concurrent Technologies has a price to earnings ratio (PE ratio) of 62.17.
This morning CNC shares opened at 71.80p
Posted at 30/11/2023 07:48 by simon gordon
Morning Hastings,

This caught my eye from your exchange:

The trend in the UK, which historically hasn’t really featured for CNC looks set to continue and gather further momentum as the CEO told me that upcoming, there are some quite large programmes.

“Let’s see whether we get a position on them in the short term, but, it could be that the five million order intake this year is dwarfed by the potential of the future".


With a supply of components Abaco Systems did £106.6m t/o in 2020. That was filed at Companies House. You can't tell from the filing if that is just UK sales or for Europe.

What is more relaxing about this investment is that you are not going to experience a CLX meltdown where orders can fall off a cliff. The quality of the earnings should be reflected in the multiple going forward as the order book expands.

Posted at 24/10/2023 11:32 by t-raider
Whilst in the doldrums, have been looking at the recent acquisition notice again.No comment on any pre-existing revenues or manufacturing coming across to CNC and so they bought a factory, machines and staff to solely produce CNC products it would appear ?Shame there's no agreement to continue the manufacturing of the products made pre-acquisition by Phillips or if there is, shouldn't we be told about it ?An update on how it has improved production and objectives for further improvement (and cost savings) would be good to hear. Better than just the remuneration for management.Damn the UK market is miserable :(
Posted at 24/10/2023 11:16 by somerset lad
I'm happy for the senior management team to be strongly incentivised to deliver the large growth in shareholder value that they have talked about (though whether the scheme that the board has put in place creates such an incentive will remain a mystery for the time being as T-Raider notes).

A broader gripe is that private investors provide a lot of day to day liquidity and yet CNC does not present on IMC, PI World or similar instead restricting its presentation to analysts and not providing a recording of the presentation and Q&A. I'm all for management focusing on the business not the share price, but a failure to engage properly with private investors is a hygiene issue.
Posted at 24/10/2023 10:45 by t-raider
The share options are aligned to 'earnings per share' (eps) rather than the share price.Have no issue with that if the exercise ratio's are challenging and not just gimme's for those in charge.Basically means their focus is on earnings rather than how the shares react in the market. One would hope improved eps is reflected in the SP, but the market factors in other influences and we get to feel all that pain. Just like today. :(
Posted at 24/10/2023 09:04 by 888icb
The options given to the Directors and employees appear to be very generous. It says they are performance related to the share price but does not give any details in terms of numbers.
Posted at 11/10/2023 15:18 by t-raider
With the state of the world, arms companies are booming and defence budgets worldwide are on the up.With 70% of revenues derived from the defence sector, funny to see Concurrent Technologies not being seen as an opportunity.The signs are already there in the interims.When any overhead of shares from the placing is cleared, i'd expect to see a marked improvement in the share price, even if UK equities (and AIM) are out of favour.
Posted at 18/8/2023 19:40 by simon gordon

Thank you for sharing your discussion with Miles and Kim.

The LA factory could be transformative for CNC if Tim Tipton and team bring in orders at the potential magnitude mentioned. I am really liking this deal. To have bought an already established Systems business, with the turnover targeted, could have cost tens of millions. CNC already have the products, management bench and networks, all that was missing was their own factory in America.

I like how the new team are shareholders and it must be exciting for them to be hooking up with CNC.

-Tim Tipton
Posted at 01/8/2023 12:51 by earwacks
Just brilliant. Another new product launch with record first half revenue forecast. When is the dopey market going to wake up? I See plonkers Cannacord halved their holding a couple of weeks ago. I’m not too sure about some of these interviewers. Tend to be a bit too sound bitey for my liking. Little research into the companies and what they do or their history. I dont mind Zak but charting volatile aim stock really is a load of baloney. Martin Flitton (private punter ) did a very good in depth piece on CNC and took the trouble to have a good chat with Miles. You can deduce the difference in tone between the two interviews about talking to someone with a lot of background knowledge and someone who likes messing about with triangles and coloured pens. Martin has also been invested in Cnc for a considerable time. I know momentum is a key indicator in price direction but it only takes a few big fund managers to totally distort a share price.
Posted at 21/3/2023 16:49 by simon gordon
Looks like one of CNC's larger competitors is going to be taken out:

Seeking Alpha - 6/3/23

Mercury Systems, Inc. (NASDAQ:MRCY) is a $3.1bn market cap company manufacturing and selling components, products, modules and subsystems to defense contractors, the U.S. government and commercial aerospace companies. At the end of January, MRCY launched a strategic review, aimed at exploring strategic alternatives, including a potential company sale. One day after the announcement, Bloomberg reported that one of the company’s peers, Cobham (privately held), is considering acquiring Mercury, with its chairman noting that the company “would be the perfect fit” if acquired. MRCY’s share price has reacted favorably to these developments, jumping 15% before retracing back to 10% above the unaffected share price. WSJ reported that, based on analyst estimates, Mercury might fetch well over $3.5bn in a sale scenario - a 12%+ upside from current share price levels.

A merger between Cobham and Mercury Systems would make strategic sense for the potential acquirer. The company is a UK defense contractor which owns the advanced electronics business (CAES) providing components, modules and sub-systems for a number of applications, including electronic warfare, satellite communications and medical imaging. Importantly, technology of both companies - Cobham and Mercury Systems - is used across a number of common programs, such as F-35 and SEWIP. Similarly to MRCY, Cobham is one of the leading players in the manufacturing of components used in radar applications. Worth noting that since 2020, Cobham has been owned by the large U.S. private equity ("PE") firm Advent ($89bn in AUM). Since the acquisition, Advent has been expanding the company through acquisitions, including buying the UK’s defense electronics supplier Ultra Electronics ($3.4bn, completed in 2022) and acquiring the major satellite imagery supplier Maxar Technologies ($6.4bn, expected to close in mid-2023).

Mercury Systems:

-On the Q2 2023 earnings presentation it states that they don't expect the semiconductor issues to clear until 2024.
Posted at 06/6/2022 18:28 by vprt
If the CNC share price in the last couple of weeks carries the imprint of any person, it will be that of Lord Lee who (1) has been buying, using part of his Air Partner gains (2) highlighted it at the Mello event on 25 May, and (3) wrote about it in his FT column. (I did not see him upside down, though).
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