Creightons Dividends - CRL

Creightons Dividends - CRL

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Stock Name Stock Symbol Market Stock Type Stock ISIN Stock Description
Creightons Plc CRL London Ordinary Share GB0002341666 ORD 1P
  Price Change Price Change % Stock Price Last Trade
0.00 0.0% 53.50 08:00:00
Open Price Low Price High Price Close Price Previous Close
53.50 53.50 53.50 53.50
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Creightons CRL Dividends History

Announcement Date Type Currency Dividend Amount Period Start Period End Ex Date Record Date Payment Date Total Dividend Amount

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investor0109: gdjs100- Quite agree. A performance-based bonus is perfectly acceptable and from my point of view, preferable, for it makes it far more likely that the company will perform well. Speaking of which, I expect the next update to be very positive indeed, what with far more CRL products in supermarkets and a huge increase in sales abroad.
podgyted: "From memory of the Piworld Webinar the FD mentioned CRL would put interims out in either week 3 or 4 of NOV ( He was quite vague)" So not a real public company.
cravencottage: From memory of the Piworld Webinar the FD mentioned CRL would put interims out in either week 3 or 4 of NOV ( He was quite vague) Not long to wait.
investor0109: MrWaterloo- confident that trading update expected this month will please. Then again, most recent update wasn't too well received despite stellar performance, as would seem market had unrealistic expectations. CRL clearly taking steps to scale up and expand. Very promising.
investor0109: mfhmfh- and today it looks to me that the market has lost its marbles. Is CRL now worth 20% less than it was last week? Of course not! Ruddy chickens have escaped their coop again.
investor0109: Believe market reaction to recent results misjudged and presents an opportunity at current share price Revenue +8.6%, profit +29.4% and margin +7.9%, increase in dividend and good cash reserves- great, given current circumstances. CRL seems to have adapted quickly to protect itself and benefit from pandemic, so tend to agree with IC view following results: 'Rated on a trailing price/earnings (PE) ratio of 11, prospects of Creightons continuing to outperform its rivals are still being materially underrated'
mfhmfh: CRL '...has delivered record annual results and ones that surpassed my expectations...' according to ST today.
tomps2: Creightons (CRL) FY20 results presentation. Group Managing Director, Bernard Johnson, Group Finance and Commercial Director, Paul Forster and Global Marketing Director/Deputy MD, Pippa Clark present full year 2020 results. Video: Https:// Podcast: Https://
davidosh: I think the only bit on current trading was hidden away in the Covid 19 statement section.... Trading to the 31 July 2020 is ahead of last year, which has enabled the Group to absorb the increased costs and risks associated with the pandemic. The presentation follows shortly Creightons plc ("the Company") Preliminary Results 2020 - Investors and Analysts Presentation Creightons plc (CRL) announces that it will host an online presentation for analysts and investors at 12.00 today. To join the presentation please register at
investor0109: paulof2- I certainly agree that there will be more to be made elsewhere, however, as to where that might be is a difficult question! I’m quite comfortable in the knowledge that I’ll never have made the perfect investment and will gladly settle for a good one. CRL, I believe, may well prove to be a very good one. A healthy balance sheet and consistent growth tempted me, but it was CRL’s more recent acquisitions, consequent broadening of product ranges and expansion of production facilities that particularly interested me. CRL has just this spring launched new product ranges in major supermarkets both in the UK and abroad, which looks set to further increase growth in both domestic sales and exports this year. The market for household and cosmetic products tends to hold up well during difficult times and has in the past gained where others have floundered. I consider the sector a safer option during an economic downturn and at this point in time, believe it is undervalued generally speaking. Factor in the added opportunity presented by current increased demand for sanitants and it looks as if CRL will have a better year than most. Of course, that amounts to little more than my thoughts, though will perhaps give you an insight into why other investors might have confidence in CRL. Also, worth noting CRL is one of the IC ‘Bargain Shares’ picks for 2020, which tends to draw some attention.
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