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Share Name Share Symbol Market Type Share ISIN Share Description
Creightons Plc LSE:CRL London Ordinary Share GB0002341666 ORD 1P
  Price Change % Change Share Price Bid Price Offer Price High Price Low Price Open Price Shares Traded Last Trade
  +0.50p +1.64% 31.00p 30.00p 32.00p 31.00p 29.50p 30.50p 111,146 15:00:25
Industry Sector Turnover (m) Profit (m) EPS - Basic PE Ratio Market Cap (m)
Personal Goods 34.8 1.6 2.0 15.3 19.39

Creightons Share Discussion Threads

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DateSubjectAuthorDiscuss
12/2/2019
22:24
Back to this 33/34p level, looks poised for a push to 40p now.
matt123d
07/1/2019
13:36
Unless they're planning a tactical divorce :-)
cockerhoop
07/1/2019
13:10
Thanks pireric, I had a feeling that notifications still had to be made, but thought others might be more familiar with the rules!
muckshifter
07/1/2019
11:54
Still on the radar in terms of whether a notification has to be made. Wouldn't be surprised if it's for tax reasons as you suggest
pireric
07/1/2019
11:48
Anyone any thoughts on the recent share transfers from directors to their wives, which made me curious? Forster more or less split his holding with his wife, which perhaps would be sensible in terms of tax free dividend allowance and capital gains in the period before options are exerciseable in three years. Stevens transferred most of his shareholding, which might make sense in the same way, if he has large dividend income elsewhere. But do these transfers put both blocks of shares off the radar in terms of needing to report director's dealings, ie. can they now be sold without notifying the LSE? Alternatively, do either of these transfers represent a hell of a bunch of flowers?
muckshifter
23/11/2018
17:07
H1 results presentation given by Bernard and the team on Wednesday. Https://www.piworld.co.uk/2018/11/23/creightons-crl-h1-results-november-2018/ (Probably the same as above, but the link isn't corrupted.)
tomps2
23/11/2018
15:27
Creightons (CRL) H1 presentation hxxps://t.co/a4Ii33vwW2
carcosa
23/11/2018
09:27
A higher frequency of smaller trades so far, tipped somewhere possibly but appears to be a seller about at this level still, clears the 33/34 area and will be a fast move back to the 40s.
matt123d
22/11/2018
11:12
No sells It’s not technically a short when you gamble using cfd/spread bets. You’re not selling stock, and circa 90% those are losing trades so looking at it that way we have a 9:1 chance of it rising, 🤣 yippee
big7ime
22/11/2018
08:49
A couple of very experienced traders seem to have appeared here!
matt123d
22/11/2018
08:00
Oh no.... I thought we had a good board going here... Filter time....
steve3sandal
22/11/2018
06:03
How big is your short here ! Mates shorted IDP what's your position here Bobby boy
applegarthlse
22/11/2018
06:02
I'd suggest otherwise old bean. Good luck SHORT looking good as mentioned yesterday 20p retrace target.
applegarthlse
22/11/2018
00:37
41p within two weeks suggests CWise
big7ime
21/11/2018
22:27
Looking good for a SHORT on this stock, current price over bought so would expect retrace over coming weeks without news to be 20p. VB
vulcanbob
21/11/2018
19:57
Very well run company , increasing margins, revenue - I can see then acquiring some time in the next 12 months - take time to watch the presentations on piworld
croasdalelfc
21/11/2018
12:08
Sourcing from the Far East can tie up extra capital due to the longer lead times. The investment in the business with growth alongside the operational changes is huge for such a small business and requires such a large amount of planning. If only some of my larger companies could replicate this.
deanowls
21/11/2018
12:02
Yes excellent figures. Seems churlish to focus on the negatives but the build up in working capital over the last 18 months has been quite significant and much larger as a percentage than sales growth or cumulative profits over that period. It will be interesting what the outlook is for working capital in H2 given the comments about sourcing more from the Far East (for cost reasons) and whatever stockpiling the company thinks it is prudent to do ahead of Brexit (which will almost co-incide with the FY19 year end).
jane deer
21/11/2018
11:35
Nearly 42% increase in order book suggests H2 is going to be very strong and hopefully with all that machinery investment will mean a climb up in that margin ladder especially with volume savings....
davidosh
21/11/2018
11:07
Yes, excellent interims. The only slight disappointments are no increase in dividend and a net cash outflow but the business has grown nicely in the first 6 months of the year.
impvesta
21/11/2018
10:56
Back above 40p soon.
matt123d
21/11/2018
10:34
Great results today. Onwards and upwards.
deanowls
20/10/2018
21:14
Not exactly jg. If the stock price is lower than where it is today in either 3 years time or 10 years time, then none of the options will be exercised. If the stock price is only where it is, then the cash in to the company will offset the dilution and so there is no loss of shareholder value. Only if the share price is above where we are today between 3 years and 10 years will there be tangible dilution. By way of an example, if the share price is 35p in 3 years time and all employees are still at the company and exercise their right, they would pay in aggregate £2.024m to buy the options, and could then sell them on for £2.644m, and so the net dilution to shareholders would be just £600k or more like 3-4% of the market cap. Sure, you would be diluted by 12% in voting rights terms, but in terms of the share price, given the cash is going into the company, it's just 3-4%. The bigger issue is to diluted EPS, 5% dilution this year and 12% next year isn't ideal but growth should offset eric
pireric
20/10/2018
12:38
I vote in upport the option scheme. It is three to ten years in the future so no impact at least until the middle of 2021 and it will only be a couple of per cent of dilution trickling in each year maximal. I like that all staff are getting some shares This stock is incredibly cheap and I bought some two days ago
ahajiqe
19/10/2018
23:15
they just gave 12% of the company
jg88721
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