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Share Name Share Symbol Market Type Share ISIN Share Description
Coral Products Plc LSE:CRU London Ordinary Share GB0002235736 ORD 1P
  Price Change % Change Share Price Shares Traded Last Trade
  +0.00p +0.00% 7.75p 5,000 01:00:00
Bid Price Offer Price High Price Low Price Open Price
7.00p 8.50p 7.75p 7.75p 7.75p
Industry Sector Turnover (m) Profit (m) EPS - Basic PE Ratio Market Cap (m)
General Industrials 23.41 -0.50 -0.45 6.4

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24/5/2019
09:20
Coral Products Daily Update: Coral Products Plc is listed in the General Industrials sector of the London Stock Exchange with ticker CRU. The last closing price for Coral Products was 7.75p.
Coral Products Plc has a 4 week average price of 6.25p and a 12 week average price of 5.50p.
The 1 year high share price is 13.75p while the 1 year low share price is currently 5.50p.
There are currently 82,614,865 shares in issue and the average daily traded volume is 242,000 shares. The market capitalisation of Coral Products Plc is £6,402,652.04.
21/5/2019
23:21
likitorma: It's not only JG not buying, all other directors are not buying either. We all know how debt can take companies out, esp a microcompany like Coral that fails to deliver time and time again, as evidenced by the share price.
01/5/2019
22:41
rp19: Decision for the individual but don't see any near term drivers for share price appreciation and limited ability to trust management. Money better elsewhere for me.
26/3/2019
07:57
this_is_me: They were not going to pull the already announced interim dividend since that would completely destroy the share price. I don't fancy the chances of a final dividend. They would not have announced serious problems without saying they were temporary if they had it more or less sorted.
13/3/2019
08:27
clocktower: The figures will shout for themselves - this is not a traders share but a solid investor business that provides dividends with a share price that has seen ups and down but is now once again likely to see it recover to above it previous highs over the next 18 months imo. I expect to hear news of contracts going forward that will no doubt impact the share price positively.
13/3/2019
07:33
this_is_me: I would have thought that having the plant operational would have been enough good news to help the share price move up. They can take in the worn out containers and send back new ones made from the recycled plastic.
29/11/2018
09:32
aleman: And there's our 100k sell from an hour ago - but the share price has ticked up since. Does whoever is selling simply ignore results? Don't they want the restored fat dividend? If they'd stop selling the shares would go up and they'd end up getting more for them. My, it's frustrating to watch.
13/11/2018
07:55
aleman: It sounds increasingly likely that we will get bumper results in 2019 - but you wouldn't guess it from the share price!
29/10/2018
09:51
aleman: Still a bit of buying going on yet the share price continues to hang around 10p. There must be a seller offloading in the background. I look forward to the oddly large sell appearing which indicates the last lot gone. The shares can then double overnight, he says with just hint of optimism.
08/10/2018
18:14
atholl91: Charo,My interest as a shareholder is not the chairman's work ethic or that he hasn't bought or sold any shares in the past 3 years. He is the Chairman & the head of the company. Period. For the past 5 years the share price has gone nowhere, debt has ballooned with gearing over 130% to tangible NAV & you lead 180 people who live & pay tax in the UK when you have left the UK for tax reasons. And they keep going on with this underlying profit nonsense to try & puff up the share price to no avail - JG has gone past his sell by date.
24/9/2018
10:27
kirmich: The way i see it. Joe grimmond saw a few years ago he was saddled with a dying business and a big factory which would become useless. What a bonus, we have an executive who actually tries to look into the future and acts upon it. He then does a capital increase at a good price (nobody else saw it cause numbers were relatively ok and most shareholders don't look any further then the next 10 minutes. Bonus point 2. He then goes on and buys a few companies, which all turn out to be great purchases at cheap prices. Who can say that? Big bonus point 3. The acquired companies actually keep the company afloat with the heritage business dying. Does he stop there? no. He want to operationally change the main business and is attracting new type of business and a highflier ceo. Of course changing a complete operation takes time/costs a lot of money (hence depreciation and capital expenditure up) and involves some hickups along the way. Quickly he sees that the ceo is worth nothing (as most ceo's are) and is not what he needs to turn it around operationaly. He fires the guy and thinks, this isn't what i need, i need a top coo (chief operation officer) for my struggling factory and he hires a well respected guy who was in charge of running two factories, august 2017. Major bonus point. Presumably within the first few months, our new coo made such an impression actually doing something about the overhead and the actual operations, that he quickly made him ceo (probably fearing he would leave and a title change from coo to ceo has to be good for his ego). Summarizing : we have a few acquisitions who are running very well, we have the main factory who completely changed operations with somebody running it who knows what he is doing. We have a chairman who in my opinion saved the company from death (most companies that small with a dying business would have been bankrupt already)with a few remarkable moves. There have been hickups, look at the share price, but extract all the exceptional costs out of the previous reports and then check the market cap. There was the contract and its extension, the trading update more positive than before, with rising sales and rising MARGINS. This could be a nice one. Of course it's a small company, this isn't an advise to buy the shares, just my take, and why i bought shares over the last 2 months. long, 200.000 shares at around 10,6 pence.
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