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 Shares Traded Last Trade
  0.00 0.0% 50.00 497,951 12:06:06
Bid Price Offer Price High Price Low Price Open Price
48.00 52.00 51.75 50.00 50.00
Industry Sector Turnover (m) Profit (m) EPS - Basic PE Ratio Market Cap (m)
Personal Goods 44.03 2.87 4.69 10.7 32
Last Trade Time Trade Type Trade Size Trade Price Currency
16:35:25 O 20,000 50.79 GBX

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07/4/202009:52Creightons Ј4m to Ј12m sales & turned around.546
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2020-04-08 15:51:5450.7920,00010,158.00O
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Creightons Daily Update: Creightons Plc is listed in the Personal Goods sector of the London Stock Exchange with ticker CRL. The last closing price for Creightons was 50p.
Creightons Plc has a 4 week average price of 30p and a 12 week average price of 30p.
The 1 year high share price is 55.50p while the 1 year low share price is currently 25.50p.
There are currently 64,746,143 shares in issue and the average daily traded volume is 260,950 shares. The market capitalisation of Creightons Plc is £32,373,071.50.
pireric: 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: My concern and what I'd want to discuss with management is the sustainability of sales growth here. 12% growth this year is all well and good but with the share price going down it means they have a tough comparison to grow against next year. I.e. could easily see negative sales growth next year because this year was so good. Need to get the share price working during the good times else you just have bad times
ramridge: Share price went up 4% yesterday and 4.5% the day before. Insider dealing is live and kicking while the watchdogs sleep.
croasdalelfc: 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
knowing: Very illiquid 54M shares in issue Little debt An upturn in the retail sector could see this become very profitable and show a significant re-rating of the share price.
singaporeman: The share price is low because all the considerable profits - over £1m - are siphoned off as directors and management remuneration plus rents paid to a director .
plungington: Why is this share price so low ?
gambler99: in terms of who controls the price from WINS... this may sound like a silly question but who decides to raise the price and to what level ...a computer or human interaction....surely they can't do this for each share price????????????.....
vision88: So in a nut shell we have here a company that was performing well, paying out a good divi and sponsoring yatch sports ect, but no matter how good the past performance, we have the current demise of the share price ,and still tanking, is this an over interferring mm at work, for his own ends, or bad management, ,im not in this but have been tempted, it still looks overly cheap to me, but the mm are a wory and 1st april is on its way , some 50 small cap companies may well get delisted from aim,is this one off them ???????????
2magpies: It was always crazy to keep TWO separate production facilities going at the same time! I'm glad that's been stopped. You might like to know (perhaps you already do) that there was a time when CRL paid dividends! At one time div-per-share was greater than the share price is now. Just think, if they ever go back to those profits (which they might), today's buyers/holders will get 100%+ annual income from their investment.
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