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% 5.65p 77,607 08:00:00
Bid Price Offer Price High Price Low Price Open Price
5.50p 5.80p 5.65p 5.65p 5.65p
Industry Sector Turnover (m) Profit (m) EPS - Basic PE Ratio Market Cap (m)
Food & Drug Retailers 44.2 -1.4 -1.5 - 6.39

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22/3/201816:45BEEF UP YOUR INVESTMENT5,846
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23/2/201318:51Crawshaw - Well and Truly Butchered70

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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 5.65p.
Crawshaw has a 4 week average price of 5.65p and a 12 week average price of 5.65p.
The 1 year high share price is 32.50p while the 1 year low share price is currently 5.65p.
There are currently 113,025,049 shares in issue and the average daily traded volume is 144,824 shares. The market capitalisation of Crawshaw is £6,385,915.27.
exlidler: Being a former senior manager at Lidl I know of NC. His position as COO was nothing more than a title. He had limited influence over decisions as they were intrinsically managed by the German board. This is easily highlighted in that he has single handedly driven the share price down from a high of 92p to an astonishing low of 6.25p today. The fact that he has so little confidence in his own business decisions that he has not invested his own money is tantamount to his business acumen. I hope that this once thriving business can appoint a competent board to rescue it from the doldrums it is currently in.
vicarage13: Same here as Optimistic Went into West Brom last night (Would have been my local Bilston)and they got 3kg boneless loin of pork on special at £9.99 I bought 3 They also had 1kg Braising steak on at £4.99, I bought 3 Only went in for some sausage and bacon ended up spending over £120 The shelves were well stocked and the shop was heaving again They even had 5kg potatoes at £1.99 and also started selling proper local bread Why not sell the lot, get all your gear at one shop What I am seeing is Crawshaws getting back to basics by offering great deals and at these prices no one in the area can beat them, not even Bilston market ! You can see why it looks like crawshaw is moving to the factory shops, they have learnt from their mistakes My guess is that we will soon see a turn on share price
playful: Always thought trade was the easy option to boost business not to mention the share price. If they announced a contract win to supply all Bourne Leisure sites in Northern England the share price would probably double overnight. NC is paid mega sausages to deliver a creative approach and some lateral thinking, so you would hope we see something soon.
davidosh: Director buying.....I think Playful raised that question at the Agm but I was not there so hopefully he can answer that one for you. I do know that Noel has a large young family so probably does not invest at present is my guess. The chairman bought shares and so did a non exec director so the board as a whole have invested. If anyone is suggesting Noel and Alan are not committed without investing lots of money into equity then I think you are totally wrong. I also know for a fact that Noel took a substantial pay drop by coming to Crawshaws but had the incentive of a long term share plan.....I think that is looking even more like a big cut at the moment so he will be the person most intent to turn the company fortunes and that share price round
analyst: If the share price is 40p for a week in the appropriate period and the warrant option is exercised overnight, what would be the opening price the next morning? Should we sell on that 5th day at 40p to avoid a drop? Is this right?... 45,436,069 warrants injecting 15.2p each adds £6,906,282 to the capital value. The prior number of shares was 113,025,049 including the 33,794,490 new shares just issuing now, a total value at 40p of £45,210,020. Total shares after exercise: 158,461,118. Total value £52,116,302. Share price after exercise 32.889p.
gengulphus: It is a very good deal for Crawshaws and a very good deal for 2S....that is how you want a partnership to work. Quite possibly, but is it a good deal for us as current Crawshaw shareholders? I think not, because if it results in the share price rising above 40p, the option gets used and we have a 50% shareholder in effective control - a shareholder who has considerably more financial muscle than us and can force us out (see Tesco's takeover of Dobbies Garden Centres around a decade ago for one method of doing it). And if it doesn't result in the share price rising above 40p, well, that isn't all that good for us, is it? I.e. a sort of heads-you-win-tails-I-lose situation... It's not purely such a situation, of course - a rise to 40p would produce a decent profit, and there are scenarios where more is possible, e.g. if it rises higher than 40p within the next year, before the option can be exercised, or doesn't rise to over 40p until after more than 2 years, so that the option can never be exercised. But it's enough of one to affect the risk/reward balance (as I see it) in a major way. And on top of that, this is the second time in my ownership period (since the end of 2013) that Crawshaws management have demonstrated their willingness to dilute existing shareholders in a major way, the first being the July 2014 placing. That casts further doubt on the reward side of that balance. Anyway, the net result is that I'm out, no longer fancying the risk/reward balance. Specifically, I sold a third of my holding on Wednesday and the remaining two thirds went yesterday. I'm not sorry to have been invested - I've taken a bit over 25% more out from Crawshaws in sales proceeds (some top-slices in 2014 and 2015 as well as this final sale) and dividends than I put in. But the last year or so has not been a good one for the company, and even if things improve markedly from here on for the company, I no longer fancy the prospects from here for myself as a shareholder in the company. Gengulphus
hybrasil: its been a very pleasant run and I took a little profit this morning though I still hold about 50% of my shares. I have been buying Tast which has had a similar share price crash i.e. they raised £9m at £1.45 in November and the share price is now .60p
davidosh: I do not think there will be a stampede at all as I have already been told by my broker that there are big buyers out there and Crawshaws are meeting lots of institutions and my group of investors today through to Friday and possibly on through the coming weeks. As for looking closely at the deal I totally see the logic for the effective partnership arrangement and to work properly it needs to have a 50/50 split. Crawshaws did really well a few years ago when it was smaller and had access to plentiful supply of residual meat but that dried up or was not sufficient any more as we grew but clearly Two Sisters can give us sufficient supply. Supply and at a lower cost or guaranteed price with the Euro fluctuation being a headache has now been solved even if we opened 20 factory stores every year for the next three years.... and we now have the cash again to do any roll out as required. There will also be a number of current Two Sisters stores and factory operations that can become Crawshaw branded so increasing our estate. I suspect a deal was struck when the share price was lower and it has been a question of sorting out the formalities. If a deal is worth doing for the benefit of the supply chain and the roll out success and can increase profitability significantly more than the dilution affect then I am all for it.
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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