Share Name Share Symbol Market Type Share ISIN Share Description
Coral Products LSE:CRU London Ordinary Share GB0002235736 ORD 1P
  Price Change % Change Share Price Bid Price Offer Price High Price Low Price Open Price Shares Traded Last Trade
  +0.00p +0.00% 13.125p 12.50p 13.75p - - - 0 06:30:30
Industry Sector Turnover (m) Profit (m) EPS - Basic PE Ratio Market Cap (m)
General Industrials 21.4 0.5 0.6 23.9 10.84

Coral Products Share Discussion Threads

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DateSubjectAuthorDiscuss
15/9/2017
10:05
I like that Charo
temelco
15/9/2017
08:43
Gearing up allinvested in plant ebitda shows free cash after divs and tax sufficient to down debt around 1 million per year Actually gross margins very healthy. The open admission of problems at haydock earlier this year and the forceful action gives hope of return to greater profitability current year.The very high depreciation charge is a big cash cushion.
charo
14/9/2017
21:02
Always tempted on this one, but will stay away. Lots of capital expenditure. Low margins. High debt. Continuing problems. Two words sum it up...."poor business"!
topvest
14/9/2017
15:53
Good to see the increase in sales in the year reported and that "Coral anticipate significant sales growth over the current financial year" with an amount £4.5m specified. Today's report confirms my comment in 584 that the problems were to do with being able to handle the increased production volumes efficiently rather than any issue with demand or lack of it.
valhamos
14/9/2017
15:39
Not sure what the fall was about earlier today - the problems at Haydock were flagged up some time ago and today's results were if anything better than some were expecting judging by comments here earlier in the year. Pugugly - raw material plastic; "stock" also as in "feedstock"
valhamos
14/9/2017
09:17
Digging into the accounts "The continuing fall in the relative value of sterling against the dollar and the euro, together with the prevailing uncertainty, could have a negative effect on our business particularly due to the Group purchasing a large proportion of stock items in these currencies. We are taking steps across the Group to mitigate these, particularly in recovering increased input costs because of sterling's decline. " Unquantified but I thought they were moulders - so are they just talking raw plastic or something else ??
pugugly
14/9/2017
07:48
Still making a profit despite the problems at the Haydock site caused by rapid expansion. We knew about the problems anyway.
this_is_me
14/9/2017
07:27
Accounts out - Not happy reading - https://www.investegate.co.uk/coral-products-plc--cru-/rns/final-results/201709140700026835Q/ "the poor performance of Coral Products Mouldings led to a reduced underlying profit of £1.1m (2016: £1.6m)".
pugugly
10/8/2017
13:52
You can find the answer here: https://www.investegate.co.uk/Index.aspx?searchtype=3&words=cru
sharw
10/8/2017
13:07
Aren't some results due about now??
temelco
08/6/2017
09:42
clocktower the loss referred to is for the subsidiary the group is still expected to meet profit expectations as revised.
charo
08/6/2017
09:16
"Do not forget the revised expectations remain leaving the company with a loss." ???? Unfortunately I do not know what the "market's revised expectations" are but it is perhaps worth pointing out that an underlying profit is expected. CRU was profitable despite the losses at Mouldings: RNS 27.0.17 "Overall Coral remains profitable, cash generative and with a strong asset base" so with the recovery at Mouldings since the January statement it is good to know that group profitability has further improved.
valhamos
08/6/2017
08:29
temelco - Do not forget the revised expectations remain leaving the company with a loss. So the share price has been running away from the facts it seems to me. Maybe JG is about to raise another pile of cash to cover those losses and is trying to get the share price up while insiders prepare to stump up more cash at the expense of PI`s who may have jumped on the last couple of better news RNS. RNS> 08.06.17 "Overall, the Board is pleased to report that Group underlying profit for the year (defined as operating profit before share option and intangibles amortisation charges and also compensation for loss of office) is expected to be in line with the Board's and market's revised expectations." RNS: 27.01.17 "Immediate steps have been taken to improve performance at Mouldings and losses are expected to be reduced from January 2017 onwards although a loss is forecast for the financial year to 30 April 2017."
clocktower
08/6/2017
08:10
Hmmm interesting. I suspect recent rise has prompted statement. If your price rises more than 3% you have to explain to LSE
temelco
07/4/2017
08:35
clocktower - So unbelievably negative.
valhamos
07/4/2017
07:52
Decent orders BUT note, "There is no certainty that these orders will complete or be of the size currently indicated or that production will commence according to the anticipated schedule." If these were signed and sealed orders that would result in cancellation payments being made to CRU, I cannot envisage seeing that in the RNS. I cannot recall seeing it before when JG has flagged larger orders. Will production even commence in H1 in new financial year? JG trying to ramp up the share price before the bad news in this years accounts and maybe another dilution before those accounts? BEWARE.
clocktower
24/3/2017
21:54
Boy what negativity 600k is nothing in cap ex one new 1200 tonne injection machine with ancillaries cost more.one multi pallet CNC machining centrecould cost more. All about utilisation JG big holder why risk if no return. Look at accounts not taking big salary
charo
24/3/2017
21:07
Same old massive capex to secure new business. Haydock hasn't been turned around yet. Will it ever? Burnt too many times on this poor quality company!
topvest
24/3/2017
17:04
Yes PUGUGLY, I EXPECTING to live for ever but I bet there are those that would put a pretty large bet on that I will not. Did JG expect to announce the problems they announced when the share price was around 20p? How many times has this company promised more than it has ever delivered?
clocktower
24/3/2017
16:27
Expected is the KEY WORD - Expected (in my trading history) is what the sales director says he wxpects when negeotiating last year's bonus and then finds an excuse when the "expected" does nor materialise !! sorry to be a cynic but burnt TOO OFTEN.
pugugly
24/3/2017
16:23
Loans have been covered before charo -Yes CRU year starts May but do you really expect any profit from H1 in view of set up, finance costs,staff training, let alone transfer of equipment to Haydock. Heaven knows what Full Year 2016/2017 accounts will look like - beware of the fluff when they are published in view of the last warning.
clocktower
24/3/2017
16:08
Clock tower so far as coral concerned next year starts may 2017
charo
24/3/2017
13:09
Automotive is a tough sector to break but can be very profitable if done right.Also long term contracts ,lifetime of vehicle. In addition substantial increase in bakery tray business.As to financing would not expect JG to dilute further,he is significant shareholder and appears to have covered by 5 year asset finance and bank resources.
charo
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