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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% 12.75p 12.00p 13.50p 12.75p 12.75p 12.75p 0 08:00:00
Industry Sector Turnover (m) Profit (m) EPS - Basic PE Ratio Market Cap (m)
General Industrials 23.4 -0.5 -0.5 - 10.53

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DateSubjectAuthorDiscuss
22/1/2019
22:10
They seem proactive on Twitter which is encouraging and it would be good if the website were to be used. Ideally and in most cases, I think a RNS time of 07:00 is best. It is pre-market and gives investors a brief amount of time to appraise the news.
rp19
22/1/2019
17:21
They need to update the company website and include contact e-mail addresses as well. the site is slow to load also. As for the release times of RNS - and our preferences, in my view 0830hrs would be the best - giving most investors a even chance and limiting the MM manipulation. Good or bad news the same applies but as regards the new recycling plant - in view that the supplier has agreed to ensure it is handed over as a turnkey project fills me with even more confidence that they more than likely have already run the plant but have identified the normal installation hiccups that the supplier needs to sort out but continues to run it on and off while these problems are rectified. However, they will clearly be demonstrating that it can run without these niggles then formally handing it over in Feb running at full steam ahead, hence the remarks about contributing this period. So I assume they will be using the recycled material well before it is handed over, and I would not be surprised to find out that a considerable amount of product has already been recycled. Question is, what is the capacity and how great are the savings? Will they be in a position to sell any overcapacity recycled material, and if so how profitable will that be?
clocktower
22/1/2019
10:31
My heart murmur prefers companies that issue at 0700hrs, Clocktower. Nothing more sinister than that
bishan bedi
22/1/2019
10:20
MW & JG must consider our new recycling business to be potentially more significant than The Market .In the whole sphere of things a short delay of a few weeks is not a big deal but perhaps our new machinery has the potential to generate more revenue,profitability & cash flow than we may have imagined.
base7
21/1/2019
16:43
Nice order from Monmouthshire Council: Https://www.letsrecycle.com/news/latest-news/monmouthshire-embarks-separate-glass-collections/ 45,000 x 44litre boxes for starters. How many other Councils will follow this? Well done Coral.
clocktower
21/1/2019
16:27
You say that as though it is by design to hide something but as it is a positive one, I cannot see your point bishan.
clocktower
21/1/2019
16:24
They do love a late afternoon RNS, this mob
bishan bedi
21/1/2019
16:14
Spot on Aleman - and the share price has already bounced back. The delay is beneficial as it is to delivered as a Turnkey Project - my guess is that it is partly installed and the suppliers are having small teething problems as one does with major investments of this type but due to these delays they have agreed it is being delivered up and running, rather than a work in progress.
clocktower
21/1/2019
16:04
So, the recycling plant is to be a month late but will contribute in this period. The fact they've RNSed a one month delay indicates that it is likely to enhance the company's total profitability significantly. Otherwise, why bother?
aleman
21/1/2019
16:00
So this RNS sets out the delay but the good news is that it will now be delivered as a turnkey project. So I guess there are just the normal teething problems. Still how much it will push the share price down remains to be seen as I will soon be topping up further, once settled.
clocktower
19/1/2019
17:25
Volume has almost always been pitifully low,resulting in very poor liquidity.If there is regular selling by 1 or 2 shareholders they are likely to be individuals,perhaps who received shares as part of their business disposal & they are not comfortable invested in individual stocks & prefer cash or a fund.Assuming The Fersters still own around 7 million shares & most vendors have retained the majority of their shares our real free float is extremely low .I am guessing that our dividend will double when thecFinals are released ,putting us on a prospective yield of 5%+ ,& barring any more disasters ,set to increase further by the end of the year when Interims are announced. I am currently very comfortable with our performance & glad to have bought more @ just over 11p following results .
base7
18/1/2019
12:56
Not only it seems is 25k seller around but there seems to be a 10k buyer, still another sell or two it will be back at the support level of 12p to buy, however it seems that 10k buyer (if it continues) might push that level up, which may flag the next jump on any more positive news, to a new higher support level.
clocktower
17/1/2019
12:47
It seems to me that there are Bexit sellers or those in need of cash providing stock at below the level that purchased some of the past add-ons that are now showing there teeth under current management. so there is a Brexit bonus for some, and in a company that is paying a dividend and not depending on EU sales. Still, time to sit back and wait for news, as I already have a decent holding as I have been long for some time, having invested and traded in this company for many years.
clocktower
17/1/2019
12:21
Our businesses appear to be performing very strongly ,currently,& our new recycling plant is essentially a new business with an expected revenue stream & profitability ( according to MW)so I doubt that we will be looking at acquisitions (other than the odd bolt on or distressed sale)& issuing more shares while our share price languishes below the price other placings.If our results for the current year reflect the optimism expressed in recent updates & our Balance Sheet improves while substantially increasing the dividend,our share price should be much higher in a few months time-at which point we may become acquisitive again.I am sure that there will be many opportunities for acquisitions at a decent price as long as the value our currency increases beforehand
base7
17/1/2019
09:46
It seems possible that someone from Coral monitors this thread, as I noticed that soon after posting yesterday about Coral`s twitter post about needing certain types of plastic, the post was removed - was it chance or have the companies needs been met? It would be a good idea if they would let shareholders know if the new plant is up and running and if it is running successfully - as that alone could help lift the share price imo. Another thing we shall also be seeing -is an updated website, as they posted on 14 Jan they were updating it with new features. They are also due to show at IdentiPlas 7-8 March at QE 2 Centre -London if anyone fancies learning more or meeting some of the team. kirmich - I think they will need to prove the investment in the plant before they buy another company but I agree with you, that might be a very good move.Maybe something for 2020.
clocktower
17/1/2019
00:00
I believe they were doing trial work on cleaning recyclables around the time of the AGM and had people queueing up to give them material. If they are advertising, the optimistic and obvious presumption would be that the plant is up and running well now, which would enhance margins. There could be other reasons, though.
aleman
16/1/2019
21:26
Recycling plant should have been delivered ,installed & operational some time this month
base7
16/1/2019
20:22
What has transpired regarding Numbers and cashflow the last few months were deductable from previous rns if you read between the lines. Now, new ballgame. Not really sure how the future will turn out, but we can be sure it is in the hand of a very good ceo. Tote order was good, plastic tiles lead looks promising. It shows they are trying to keep the factory busy and looking forward. CEO is following his COO past and optimalising the factory. I wouldn’t be surprised the recycling is his idea. And i would actually applaud it and wouldn’t be baffled if their next eventual acquisition would be in the recycling business. If they can keep adapting and growing outside of their comfortzone, this could be multibagger material down the line. But there will be hiccups. Don’t expect a new recycling plant to run at 100% from the start. Has it even been commissioned yet? Long 200.000
kirmich
16/1/2019
18:33
Is it fair to assume therefore that our new recycling plant is installed & ready for action - or are CRU trying to whip up interest in sending their waste suitable plastic waste to us in order that we can stockpile before recycling
base7
16/1/2019
14:44
I notice on Coral`s twitter account that they appear to want more PP and HP plastic to recycle - which is surprising that they have more capacity to re-cycle plastic than they are receiving from around the Haydock area. I also see that business are appoaching them from all parts of the country that needs recycling systems using the company products.
clocktower
15/1/2019
13:27
There used to be a regular 100k seller, now we might have another 25k seller in the picture - or could it be the same seller with just the remaining balance to clear? Still there is reasonable support at around 13/14p and I would be happy to start adding if the offer slips back to 12p but I will be surprised if it gets there, and should we get more positive news I would not be surprised to see it head well past 16/18p in a short period of time.
clocktower
14/1/2019
15:49
There seems to be a substantial seller in CRU today, which I guess was to be expected in the current market and bearing in mind that the share price had last week had buyers paying 14.25p Is there a buyer for this stock at around 14p?
clocktower
14/1/2019
14:43
I notice by chance a company in Somerset that is selling Coral`s products on-line, are there many others? Https://www.all-green.co.uk/coral
clocktower
14/1/2019
14:43
I notice by chance a company in Somerset that is selling Coral`s products on-line, are there many others? Https://www.all-green.co.uk/coral
clocktower
14/1/2019
14:06
Still plenty of headroom and as you say base7 - the share price is likely to move quickly on more good news - thankfully little income is generated from the EU although it could become a growing market but for now I think they must have a very full order book and bar further investment will I expect soon have little headroom to produce more if an order is signed for roof tiles or any other big council order comes for re-cycled bins etc.
clocktower
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