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Cpl Resources Plc LSE:CPS London Ordinary Share IE0007214426 EUR0.10
  Price Change % Change Share Price Shares Traded Last Trade
  0.00 0.0% 995.00 0.00 00:00:00
Bid Price Offer Price High Price Low Price Open Price
Industry Sector Turnover (m) Profit (m) EPS - Basic PE Ratio Market Cap (m)
Support Services 516.25 22.24 69.19 14.7 310
Last Trade Time Trade Type Trade Size Trade Price Currency
- O 0 995.00 GBX

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25/1/2021
08:20
Cpl Resources Daily Update: Cpl Resources Plc is listed in the Support Services sector of the London Stock Exchange with ticker CPS. The last closing price for Cpl Resources was 995p.
Cpl Resources Plc has a 4 week average price of 950p and a 12 week average price of 710p.
The 1 year high share price is 1,020p while the 1 year low share price is currently 575p.
There are currently 31,147,638 shares in issue and the average daily traded volume is 0 shares. The market capitalisation of Cpl Resources Plc is £309,918,998.10.
09/9/2013
11:20
sammy_smith: AUDIO WEBCAST: CPL Resources CPS - Final results Click the link below to listen http://www.brrmedia.co.uk/event/116071/anne-heraty-ceo
21/2/2013
16:08
wexboy: 2013 – The Great Irish Share Valuation Project (Part V) I take a look at CPL Resources, plus a batch of other Irish stocks: http://wexboy.wordpress.com/2013/02/19/2013-the-great-irish-share-valuation-project-part-v/ Cheers, Wexboy
20/1/2012
01:09
wexboy: Hey folks, This week I started The Great Irish Share Valuation Project on my value investing blog, where I plan to come up with a Fair Value Price Target for every listed Irish company, including CPL Resources: http://wexboy.wordpress.com/2012/01/18/the-great-irish-share-valuation-project-i/ I hope you'll take a look (if you've any feedback/questions, please don't hesitate to comment or email me), and/or become a regular reader. Cheers, Wexboy
09/9/2010
08:10
evaluate: Clyde Process Solutions has nothing to do with this CPS. It's a recruitment company.
10/6/2010
22:10
lbo: http://trueeconomics.blogspot.com/2010/06/economics-10062010-cpi-industrial.html Ireland is ten quarters into twin crises of credit contraction and house price declines which [can be expected] last for 33 quarters unless radical policy changes are made according to Dr Constantin Gurdgiev. Dr Gurdgiev was speaking at the annual national conference of the Institute of Certified Public Accountants (CPA) in Carton House, Maynooth, today. Dismissing optimistic reports of an imminent recovery Dr Gurdgiev said: "Since May 2009, we've been "turning corners" to a recovery more often than Michael Schumacher on a World Grand Prix circuit." According to Dr Gurdgiev, Ireland's combined Government and economy-wide debt is the worst of any of the other so-called PIIGS (Portugal, Ireland, Italy, Greece and Spain) states and the other three EU member states which he groups with them in terms of economic difficulties – Belgium, Austria and the Netherlands (BAN). "The structure of our fiscal spending is working against us", Dr Gurdgiev told the conference. "Fiscally we have excessive structural deficits of 50-60% of the total deficit and, courtesy of the banks we are now accumulating off balance sheet structural deficits. Our deficits are the worst in BAN-PIIGS group." Ireland's asset bubble implosion is also set to continue for some time. "Asset bubble crashes last longer than our policies anticipate", he said. "The OECD average is 10 quarters of credit busts for 18% average contraction and 19 quarters of house price falls for a 29% average price decline. Ireland's bubble of a 60% decline in credit supply implies 33 quarters of credit contraction and our 50% house price fall implies 33 quarters of price declines. We are currently roughly 10 quarters into these twin crises."
06/5/2010
20:31
lbo: http://www.fxcentre.com/news.asp?2597937 'Eircom could collapse within 6 months' There is a real possibility that eircom could collapse within six months, putting 5,500 jobs in jeopardy, according to the Communications Workers Union (CWU) today. "The new owners, Singapore Technologies Telemedia (STT) have a E4 billion debt to service. If the company continues to lose market share and remains bound by over-regulation, they will run into serious problems within the next six months and maybe earlier in trying to service that debt. If they cannot service this debt, which is a real possibility now, then we are looking at another significant Irish company on the brink and almost definite take-over by the banks. "This is extremely worrying for the company and its 5,500 employees. The Government needs to take this threat very seriously and support the company or else it is will be facing another very costly collapse."
07/2/2010
21:02
lbo: Companies to be taxed on share buybacks http://www.sbpost.ie/themarket/companies-to-be-taxed-on-share-buybacks-47203.html Quoted companies such as Ryanair and Grafton face the prospect of massive tax bills on future distributions of cash to shareholders following radical changes to the tax treatment of share buybacks.
16/10/2009
06:26
evaluate: OK LBO. You started posting in July 08 - when the share price was marginally lower than it is today. It doesn't make you Warren Buffet. I've never hidden from the fact that CPL's market was horrible. I just felt that it was a great business with lots of hard cash to cushion downsides - in a horrible sector.
24/7/2009
10:54
fr4dge: LBO, You appear to have missed the next sentence. The Irish economy has seen a marked and sustained reduction in activity in recent times and this has had a significant adverse effect on employment figures, the availability of jobs and the demand for recruitment and related services. The CPL Group has responded to these challenges by reducing costs in a careful and controlled manner, by making changes to our business model to respond to new market conditions and by availing of opportunities presented by the difficult economic environment. Despite these difficult circumstances the Group has remained profitable throughout the year to 30 June 2009. After taking account of impairment charges we expect that the Group's profit for the year will be in line with market expectations, and our balance sheet remains strong. So despite the abominable conditions, they expect to be profitable this year - in line ith market expectations - which has them on an expected EPS of 10p. Given the fact the share price is entirely covered by net current assets & they have no long term debt, I really see no need to panic.
24/7/2009
06:28
evaluate: The rate of people hiring won't deteriorate - it's already at a tiny fraction of what it was 2 years ago. The company has shown that it can remain profitable in that kind of market - a remarkable achievement IMV. As stated, the share price is completely covered by cash - so as long as they continue to cut their cloth accordingly, the company will remain a safe bet. When their markets (it's nonty only Ireland any more) do recover, the share priuce will do too.
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