Share Name Share Symbol Market Type Share ISIN Share Description
Creightons 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 -1.33% 37.00p 36.50p 37.50p 37.50p 36.75p 37.50p 70,134 13:07:44
Industry Sector Turnover (m) Profit (m) EPS - Basic PE Ratio Market Cap (m)
Personal Goods 30.6 1.5 2.1 17.7 22.40

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DateSubjectAuthorDiscuss
18/7/2017
15:28
Good uptick today, what caused that?
ayl30
07/7/2017
09:42
Pippa's great isn't she.
sspurt
06/7/2017
13:26
Good luck to those that held !I moved mine into Angs and UKOG so very happy with that.I watched the presentation and think an acquisition will be announced soon here , maybe that's the reason for the movement , If the price weakens I will look to hit back in though I am fully invested elsewhere at the mo
croasdalelfc
04/7/2017
14:03
Video of the full FY results investor/analyst presentation on 28.6.17 Http://www.piworld.co.uk/2017/07/03/creightons-crl-preliminary-results-ye-march-2017-presentation/ 1 hour 25 minutes presentation (The shorter summary interview is here: Http://www.piworld.co.uk/2017/07/03/creightons-crl-preliminary-results-ye-march-2017-interview/) Creightons plc Group Managing Director Bernard Johnson, Global Marketing Director Pippa Clark and Director of UK Operations Paul Forster present an overview of the company and their Preliminary Results, for the year ending 31 March 2017. Bernard Johnson, Group Managing Director Intro – 00:17 About Creightons – 1:31 Paul Forster, Group Commercial & Operations Director Financial highlights – 3:04 Revenue – 4:54 Operating Profit – 6:16 Profit excluding exceptional items – 7:30 Profit after tax – 8:14 Operating profit margin – 9:21 Net profit margin – 10:39 Return on capital employed, pre exceptionals – 11:06 Return on capital employed – 12:10 Diluted EPS – 12:44 Net cash – 13:22 Working Capital – 14:25 Dividends – 16:18 Pippa Clark, Global Marketing Director Overview of Creightons – 18:09 History – 19:19 UK market – 20:34 International market – 22:15 How Creightons deliver – 23:46 Owned brands – 24:54 Private label – 26:01 Contract manufacturing – 27:24 Evolution of the business – 29:06 Division mix – 29:52 Customer mix – 30:10 Category mix – 30:41 Consumer awards – 31:32 Consumer feedback – 32:13 Innovation – 32:28 Service awards – 33:14 Global presence – 33:42 Key achievements of 2017 – 36:01 Bernard Johnson, Group Managing Director Summary – 37:38 Aspirations – 40:15 Q&A Operating margin limit? – 41:00 Margin difference between categories – 42:44 Acquisitions? – 45:02 Innovation pipeline – 47:37 Manufacturing capacity – 49:41 Forward order book – 52:47 Ecommerce – 57:30 Stock turn by category– 58:27 Labour costs – 01:01:14 Brand strategy – 01:03:45 Investor communication & historical order book? – 01:09:21 Brexit benefits – 01:12:08 Lease & other categories – 01:17:31 Funding acquisitions – 01:21:20 Forex – 01:23:49
tomps2
03/7/2017
16:53
I'll wait and see till after the dividend date(21st July)and see what happens. This one will stay on my radar without a doubt. It a very well managed and run company.
clives
03/7/2017
16:22
Video: CRL FY interview - Commercial&Operations Director, Paul Forster and Global Marketing Director, Pippa Clark. Discuss the groups preliminary results for the year ending 31 March 2017, and present an overview of the company. Http://www.piworld.co.uk/2017/07/03/creightons-crl-preliminary-results-ye-march-2017-interview/ c. 11mins Paul Forster, Group Commercial & Operations Director Financial highlights – 00:23 Pippa Clark, Global Marketing Director Who are Creightons? – 1:38 Market Presence – 3:10 Breadth & depth of the company – 4:27 The key to Creightons success – 5:44 Paul Forster, Group Commercial & Operations Director Challenges – 6:48 Where can you take the business? – 8:04 Aspirations – 9:51
tomps2
30/6/2017
08:19
Clive's - well done - a 3/4 nagger in 18 months - what would be an entry point for you. 28?
croasdalelfc
29/6/2017
12:52
I first picked these up in Oct 15 (Thread 160)sold a couple of days ago, has been a good investment. This is a solid company with a good management team, the company has performed well over the last couple of years and I firmly believe it will continue to do so in the future. With a FTSE listing and now providing shareholder value through dividends it will certainly be worth watching over the next couple of weeks looking for a new entry point. As usual DYOR
clives
29/6/2017
08:15
This is such a sleepy share! I sold up yesterday for an average 33% gain in 6 weeks. I can't see any likely news flow and the share price will inevitably drag, if it drifts back to 28p or so I'll buy back in but probably in a smaller way as costs pressures from a weak pound, Brexit etc are bound to hurt margin
croasdalelfc
28/6/2017
13:29
Good write up on Stockopedia with shares at fair value after today's rise
croasdalelfc
28/6/2017
11:47
Rhomboid, I think overall the reviews of SkinnyTan are good. Although their customer service could improve. However I mainly like IDP for the potential of it's other brands. I think SkinnyTan gives idp the leverage to promote and get retail listings for it's other brands. With regards to SEE it has been a very slow burner with hardly any movement. However it is working with quality companies, Caterpillar, Samsung, Boeing, Airbus and, possibly short term the most important being, GM who are this year launching a car with SEE technology, hopefully that will be the catalyst the company needs.
boonboon
28/6/2017
11:37
Hi boonboon Thx for the reply, I've been tyre kicking IDP several times, I can't really get comfortable with it for some reason, maybe it's the volatility or the mixed reviews on the products but CRL strike me as a higher quality alternative in a similar sector and might yet outperform on a LT view, SEE is not a stock I've looked at in detail as I generally like good cashflow as a starting point. However the technology looks very interesting as we move towards autonomous vehicles so I'll look again Cheers
rhomboid
28/6/2017
10:25
My biggest holdings are SEE and IDP. I believe they both have the potential to multibag in the coming years. Although they're both not without risk.
boonboon
28/6/2017
09:38
Hi Boon - well done - I think you put me into these in the first place so thanks - I've sold 1/3 this morning at around 30% in 6 weeks. Think I'll hang on to the rest for a couple of days and see whether these get rerated closer to 40p .They are still a bargain and growing strongly
croasdalelfc
28/6/2017
09:29
Hi boonboon Where do you see better growth prospects? Genuinely interested 🤔
rhomboid
28/6/2017
09:20
I've just sold out 40% profit in a month and a half is pretty good. I originally bought as I believed they were significantly undervalued, I don't think they are any more. Maybe still slightly undervalued and I might buy back in if they retrace a lot. I just don't think they have the growth potential of some other stocks.
boonboon
28/6/2017
09:13
I nearly put profits from PRSM into this yesterday but held off. CRL is 6% of portfolio and I was a bit worried that Brexit, raw material costs, labour costs etc might impact on margin especially if they are squeezed by the retailers.I think management are really on top of things - I just wish they would keep the market up to date a bit more frequently with a TU every quarter.I not 8% of revenue was in $ and € so I guess the large increase in exports is on a relatively small part of sales.More info on contract sales would be welcome . I think I will watch pi presentation again
croasdalelfc
28/6/2017
08:57
I bought a few more on 21st as they were so undervalued - 4 percent is nothing and very few shares were traded
croasdalelfc
28/6/2017
08:54
To be fair a lot of holders will have been topping up pre results as it was evident they were on a roll and illiquid stocks will move on tiny volumes, also I can't see many holders deciding to sell just as dividends were about to be on the cards?
rhomboid
28/6/2017
08:42
Share price went up 4% yesterday and 4.5% the day before. Insider dealing is live and kicking while the watchdogs sleep.
ramridge
28/6/2017
08:35
Great start this morning for CRL Today
jamesd888
28/6/2017
08:33
off topic tip ECSC Group Plc (ECSC) in the awake of the latest world wide cyber attack...Worth buying today
jamesd888
28/6/2017
08:29
The annual report was posted 24 hours after the results last year -
croasdalelfc
28/6/2017
07:50
Hi Boon - they don't give much details at all - even though they are final results. No guidance as to current year salesNo segment breakdown either - geographical etc.They don't exactly promote themselves hence the tardy share price . They headline with a 210% increase in contract sales but then n detail - same with export sales . I'm a bit cheesed of with that. No doubt the detail with be in annual report late July
croasdalelfc
28/6/2017
07:35
Not far of what I thought. They don't give much forward guidance though.
boonboon
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