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Share Name Share Symbol Market Type Share ISIN Share Description
Cropper (james) Plc LSE:CRPR London Ordinary Share GB0002346053 ORD 25P
  Price Change % Change Share Price Bid Price Offer Price High Price Low Price Open Price Shares Traded Last Trade
  -20.00 -1.54% 1,275.00 1,250.00 1,300.00 1,295.00 1,275.00 1,295.00 2,403 08:35:21
Industry Sector Turnover (m) Profit (m) EPS - Basic PE Ratio Market Cap (m)
Forestry & Paper 78.8 1.7 16.4 77.7 122

Cropper (james) Share Discussion Threads

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12/10/2021
12:32
The day started at 06:30am with BBC reporting live from Cropper about the threat to energy intensive industries like paper - the doom-monger from the local Chamber of Commerce was saying that jobs (in general) were at stake. Not sure if anyone from the company spoke later? It was mentioned by the reporter that Cropper (in a normal year) spends about £3m on energy. Then now at lunchtime I read the following: ..."Stora Enso STERV.HE and UPM-Kymmene Corporation both dropped after EU antitrust regulators said they raided wood pulp makers in several countries as part of a cartel investigation. UPM just confirmed EU competition authorities were conducting an unannounced inspection at its premises while there were no immediate announcement from Stora Enso." Perhaps the pulp market has been rigged to the detriment of Cropper and others? Interesting times.
vprt
15/9/2021
21:34
It's taken a while, but that is us up and away to three year highs...
garth
25/8/2021
16:53
CRPR slowly, quietly on the rise and looking like this time it might just break out up :0) G.
garth
28/6/2021
12:04
Martin Thompson is 61 years old, I don't think there is anything concerning, he's most likely leaving due to retirement. He is on a 12 month notice period and thanked by the board. In fact this could be a great opportunity to bring in someone with technical experience and fresh ideas to head up the Technical Fibre Products division, one of the more demanding roles in the company. TFP is on the technological forefront of developments in aerospace, fuel cells and wind energy. The push into fuel cells is especially exciting and the purchase of (PV3) Hydrogen Products Ltd earlier this year reinforces that.
ptch
22/6/2021
09:46
He doesnt leave until April 2022, hardly the sign of a problematic exit. Mellow.
p1nkfish
22/6/2021
09:37
It worries me that the MD of TFP just resigned (see separate RNS) - any speculations or thoughts?
vprt
22/6/2021
08:59
Any comments on the results? Not too bad all things considered. TFP is a great business which performed robustly despite the problems in the aerospace market. Colourform is growing but needs to grow more quickly if it is to become profitable any time soon and paper should really be sold to fund the growth areas imo.
arthur_lame_stocks
02/6/2021
09:33
Its interestingly placed. Which trend is in play - the one down from £19.50 or the one up from £9? G.
garth
02/6/2021
09:07
£12 to buy and possible someone letting stock out in £6K bundles of 500 shares.
p1nkfish
21/4/2021
16:58
Bought a small few today for the first time in 15 years. Last time I bought any they were £2 a share so a brilliant return today
hybrasil
09/4/2021
11:30
Hello hybrasil I've been around but don't post much. I set up a value share thread under the ticker VALUE which you might like to visit. It hasn't yet been ruined by some of the morons you get on here. I agree about TFP. It's a great business and I bought shares here when I was looking for investments to target the shift to green technologies. I hope to hold for some time.
arthur_lame_stocks
09/4/2021
11:17
Arthur I haven't seen you for ages. I think the whole hydrogen thing could take off and it might be brilliant for Cropper I kept a list of your investments from some years ago.
hybrasil
17/3/2021
14:41
I bought a few of these as a punt on TFP continuing it's growth once the Pandemic is under control properly.
arthur_lame_stocks
08/3/2021
11:53
This has been a very challenging period, but James Cropper remains as frustrating as ever to Investor's Champion, with its legacy paper operations set to continue to be a drag on returns and the greater appeal of its high performing and exciting TFP business.
energeticbacker
08/3/2021
08:27
Circa $17m off revenue, profit still in at £2.5m. Not bad for a bad bad year? I feared worse. And am relieved by that statement. G.
garth
21/1/2021
15:42
Hi Garth right click on the link, select copy link address. Go into header put cursor where you want link, right click, select paste. No code is required. As Mr Collins might say.
bamboo2
21/1/2021
14:04
Bamboo, When I put the code (a href=) in the header for the pulp link and save, it doesn't appear in the header. When I then go back to edit again the code is no longer there. Any further pointers? G.
garth
21/1/2021
13:13
Brill, looks good. Thanks. Could you also add a link to the wood pulp prices? Https://fred.stlouisfed.org/series/WPU0911 As you know these almost halved from the peak, and should have a benefit to the input costs of the traditional business. ======================================= For info, the gap [18/1/2021] on the mid price chart, doesn't show on the last market price based chart. The current chart pattern is an inverse head and shoulders. A bull flag has also formed. The target for the flag is currently approx 1740.
bamboo2
21/1/2021
12:47
Thanks. Had failed to leave a space between = and "
garth
21/1/2021
12:22
garth, click on the chart and select 'copy image address' Then type [less than sign] "img src= [right click cursor and paste image address] " [greater than sign] Try it a few times, you can always edit, but make sure you save the contents of the header somewhere first! On the threads I have set up I copy and save the header contents to an old post.
bamboo2
21/1/2021
12:01
Bamboo, every chance - if only I knew how! Its what html code to use to link to it - I can't remember anymore! I thought img src= used to work. G.
garth
21/1/2021
11:48
Hi garth, any chance of a candlestick chart in the header?
bamboo2
21/1/2021
11:26
October 2020 "This project lays the foundations for our next generation coating product, with a significant cost reduction over current coatings. We already have the manufacturing capacity to produce coatings for 2GW of electrolyser capacity per year, but with product and production innovation we can increase that significantly." PV3 Technologies has secured funding from Aerospace Cornwall to help support new research and development projects in green hydrogen. Using the funding, PV3 will develop next generation coatings for PEM water electrolysers, a key component used in the green technology. The coatings mean that PV3 is able to reduce the cost of hydrogen production by increasing both energy efficiency and lifetime of the electrolyser; which enable water to be split into oxygen and green hydrogen – without the production of carbon dioxide. This funding builds on previous Aerospace Cornwall support, with which PV3 developed coatings for advanced fuels used in unmanned aerial vehicles. PV3 chief executive Dr David Hodgson said: "The EU’s hydrogen strategy lays out the potential for nearly 50 GW of green hydrogen capacity by 2030, and we need to support our customers by matching their demand and innovating to further reduce the overall cost of the technology. "This project lays the foundations for our next generation coating product, with a significant cost reduction over current coatings. We already have the manufacturing capacity to produce coatings for 2GW of electrolyser capacity per year, but with product and production innovation we can increase that significantly." Gail Eastaugh, programme director at Aerospace Cornwall, added: "There is a huge opportunity in green hydrogen. The UK is already in the race with a big project happening in the Humber but it’s amazing for Cornwall to be part of this with local funding for a local company like PV3. "PV3 is just one of many businesses we are working with at the moment, in and around Cornwall. We’re urging technology companies to come forward and have a chat with our team." hxxps://www.insidermedia.com/news/south-west/pv3-technologies-secures-funding-for-new-green-hydrogen-projects
garth
19/1/2021
17:54
Well, well, well. Up 20% today. Hadn't seen that coming. It places us right at the top of the descending channel we have been in for some time. Unless things go totally pear shaped Stateside then I expect we might break out tomorrow.G.
garth
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