Share Name Share Symbol Market Type Share ISIN Share Description
Crawshaw LSE:CRAW London Ordinary Share GB00B2PQMW21 ORD 5P
  Price Change % Change Share Price Shares Traded Last Trade
  +0.00p +0.00% 5.15p 80,733 07:47:01
Bid Price Offer Price High Price Low Price Open Price
4.80p 5.50p 5.15p 5.15p 5.15p
Industry Sector Turnover (m) Profit (m) EPS - Basic PE Ratio Market Cap (m)
Food & Drug Retailers 44.56 -13.52 -12.95 5.8

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19/7/201821:58BEEF UP YOUR INVESTMENT6,555
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2018-07-20 15:25:144.8275,7333,650.33O
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Crawshaw Daily Update: Crawshaw is listed in the Food & Drug Retailers sector of the London Stock Exchange with ticker CRAW. The last closing price for Crawshaw was 5.15p.
Crawshaw has a 4 week average price of 4.75p and a 12 week average price of 4.40p.
The 1 year high share price is 25.75p while the 1 year low share price is currently 2.35p.
There are currently 113,025,049 shares in issue and the average daily traded volume is 68,418 shares. The market capitalisation of Crawshaw is £5,820,790.02.
sid share: @pophead Yes you are quite right. The fool was the chairmen who recruited him, that Chairman has now gone rightly so, and also the non execs of that period have gone, And my understanding is the new CEO is on nothing like NC was but is rewarded if he grows the EPS which will drive the share price.
knigel: So CRAW was a sell at 3p.. a sell at 6p... at sell at 9p... was it Glavey? The truth appears to be that a number of factors have caused the share price rise 1) oversold in the first place 2) signs of recovery 3) buyers return 4) share price correction 4) new appointments/news due. Going forward - looking at the charts over the last few years - 20p seems around the average price for this period - so the share price is moving back into a mid range - it may add a few more pence before calming down imo..
mcmather: Although 2 Sisters have had a challenging 6 months or so, I have not been able to identify any definitive confirmation of their having been dropped - temporarily suspended, yes, but not permanently dropped - by any of the supermarkets that they were supplying prior to the Guardian / ITV investigation. However, there have been difficulties with other businesses that Boparan has associations with; A spokesman for M&S told Undercurrent News the contract will be moved to another company outside of 2 Sisters. "We’ve been working closely with Five Star and will move our coated fish business to another M&S supplier," he said. Does the rationale behind the tie-up here therefore have more importance to Boparan today than it did 26 April 2017? If the share price gets to 40p for 5 consecutive days between 26 April 2018 & 26 April 2019, 2 Sisters can exercise the warrants; but surely any holders would be selling as soon as the share price got to 40p and so unless there was somebody mopping up all the shares sold at that time to keep the share price at 40p or above, it'd be unlikely to stay at / above 40p for 5 consecutive days? I have not seen anything in the agreement that stops 2 Sisters acquiring shares to get them to the 50/50 ownership level and which essentially gives them the overall control they seemingly want. Would it not therefore make sense for Boparan / 2 Sisters / Invest Co to be acquiring shares at below the ultimate exercise price of 15.2p; ie is this the short term price target?? If anyone has looked at the agreement closely, thoughts would be appreciated.
s1zematters: Glavey 31 Mar '18 - 03:47 - 6176 of 6180 0 1 1 "well anyone could use the caveat "Not if it's bust it's not" after every share couldn't they?" They could, but is a matter of degree... What's the market been telling? ------------------------------------------------------------------------------ Glavey, the market was telling me that Craw was oversold on Friday! The day before that it was telling me that a big overhang existed. The months before that it was telling me that NC management had failed and LFL would be lower. So what day specifically do you want me to tell you what the market is saying? Why would that even bother me if I held my own opinion as I do?? Or should we just sheepishly follow the market, just like the market buying craw at 80p and the market sinking millions in at 40p placing price? The whole point is that I believe the business is priced (incorrectly) to go bust, but at least stands a decent chance or recovery, that is why I have been buying since the company changing news that the 'LIDL men' are going! What is more, like I already set out and you witnessed on Friday, even if Craw did not turn around the share would still have a monster rally with the opportunity to make $! So what do you want to talk about? Is it the movements of the shares or the value of Crawshaw, because the two do not necessarily always enumerate, hence the massive swings in price on Friday for example! Noteworthy, that plenty of insightful posters on here decided to hold back their wisdom and doom on Craw when the share price was 80-70-60-50-40-30-20p but treat us to their knowledge at 3p. Meanwhile, in the middle of these e-doomsters, only one poster promised a massive bounce didn't they, MOI!
buywell3: The problem is as yesterday showed , the BIG holders of CRAW shares are now selling out at 2p They do not see a future for their CRAW investment and have decided to sell , most likely at a BIG loss. What message to other BIG investors does this send ? We shall probably soon start to get RNS's about which Institutions have sold shares. When such RNS's come , they hardly will generate positive traction for the share price. If any newbe or investor is now looking at this ... then they must factor in the likelihood of a cash call coming within days to weeks ... with BIG sells at 2p , then when this happens the cash call is likely to be below 2p. Heavily discounted to whatever the share price is on the day it gets announced by around 30% Problem is ... the CFO has gone/going along with the CEO So who and when will the cash call details be released ? Meantime the share price is dropping and a load of work needs doing by these two who are now negotiating their compensation packages whilst some cash remains The High Steet is now dead and daily press comment is not going to help CRAW but only exacerbate an already bad situation. The high street shops of CRAW are basically worthless and a drag on the business any worth being attached to their resale value. I assume they are all leased
igbertsponk: Craw share price is low as they've continually underperformed and made poor investment decisions. As a result they're hemorrhaging cash and could well run out before they successfully change course. Especially with all the costs needed to close unprofitable shops and make the current Director changes.
s1zematters: i do apologise if your post did not allude to that fact Kniogel, Possible I misunderstood your question when asking why Craw share price was so low. In a nutshell, because it doesn't represent its true worth, rather it represents poor sentiment and fear! best of luck ;)
knigel: I am not sure were in my post I made the point that all shares are priced exactly as to their worth - I just asked a simple question - and you provided an answer I agree with - sentiment. Also probably stop losses are triggered and the share price therefore drops further. The share price must be over sold imo.. however I for one would not like to say what is a fair share price here.. imo higher.. but as I said - I will refresh myself with the accounts and give a more knowledgeable answer later gl
multibagger: In happier times, I queried with the post.... "20 Nov '15 - 07:01 - 3551 of 4262 0 0 Edit Fantastic news for holders :) I'm trying to understand the gravity defying shareprice uptrend and the justification of a PE in the seventies, given the profit margins being quite small. What am I missing / don't know that is propelling the CRAW share price ? TIA :)" In Nov 2015 the price had lost touch with reality and now the sell off is overdone. Needs to time to stabilise but not likely to get back to lofty highs for sometime IMHO.
multibagger: Fantastic news for holders :) I'm trying to understand the gravity defying shareprice uptrend and the justification of a PE in the seventies, given the profit margins being quite small. What am I missing / don't know that is propelling the CRAW share price ? TIA :)
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