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Eurocell Plc LSE:ECEL London Ordinary Share GB00BVV2KN49 ORD GBP0.001
  Price Change % Change Share Price Bid Price Offer Price High Price Low Price Open Price Shares Traded Last Trade
  0.00 0.0% 136.50 133.00 140.00 136.50 136.50 136.50 570 07:30:09
Industry Sector Turnover (m) Profit (m) EPS - Basic PE Ratio Market Cap (m)
Household Goods & Home Construction 343.1 27.0 18.9 7.2 152

Eurocell Share Discussion Threads

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DateSubjectAuthorDiscuss
26/9/2022
21:48
Massively oversold but no sign of finding bottom at the moment.
disc0dave45
16/9/2022
11:58
Oops Wrong board! :)
disc0dave45
16/9/2022
11:33
Looks like it. Bottom can't be too far off now?
disc0dave45
09/8/2022
08:52
A couple of big sellers getting rid here...
currencytrader1
18/3/2022
09:27
excellent set of results very happy to hold these shares which look undervalued to me
gilesy
18/3/2022
07:55
Not bad. 250 open?
scepticalinvestor
16/2/2022
18:13
...from last year... Eurocell plc is a market leading, vertically integrated UK manufacturer, distributor and recycler of innovative window, door and roofline PVC building products. Performance is rebounding solidly from Covid, forward guidance was revised up today. Growth should remain decent, valuation is decent, returns should be decent aswell with share price set to push up to new record highs. Buy at current spot 279p and hold for a couple of years up to 400p area as recovery extends. ECEL today published a solid set of H1 results. Revenues rebounded strongly in H1 to £168.1m, up 80% from Covid-impacted H1 2020. But performance was also solid relative to H1 2019, up 23% on the £136.3m recorded a couple of years ago. Commercial performance has fully recovered from Covid and top line business is kicking on healthily....from WealthOracleAM https://wealthoracle.co.uk/detailed-result-full/ECEL/111
km18
30/9/2021
08:54
Iain Staples mentions Eurocell (ECEL) at 15m03s in the latest PIWORLD interview Watch the video here: Https://www.piworld.co.uk/education-videos/piworld-interview-with-iain-staples-investing-in-dynamic-companies/ Or listen to the podcast here: Https://piworld.podbean.com/e/piworld-interview-with-iain-staples-investing-in-dynamic-companies/
tomps2
07/9/2021
11:55
Didn't know too much about these, but been looking at their website. Seems they have products that i keep seeing going up around where i live. Multi year breakout possible?
2breakout
13/8/2021
15:59
Any resin for the fall here?
mach100
16/3/2021
12:39
More also during the Q&A 46min:2021 Expecting to maintain Gross Margin 50.5 to 51%. Also ECEL expect PVC resin prices to fall later this year.
edwards9
16/3/2021
11:32
Yep, on the results audio ( 3.45 min) they confirmed that surcharges are being applied to every invoice.
edwards9
14/3/2021
17:50
The following is from the results and whilst there might be some increase in input costs all of Eurocell's competitors will be in the same situation and either they will all go bust (which isn't going to happen) or increases in input prices will have to be passed on which they are staring to implement. "BREXIT AND SUPPLY CHAIN We took several steps to protect the business from the potential negative effects of Brexit. In this context, it is worth noting that over 95% of our sales are to UK-based customers and that the vast majority of our workforce has the right to work in the UK. Some of our key raw materials do originate from Europe, so any disruption in supplies could impact our manufacturing operations. With that in mind, whilst we have only limited capacity to hold additional raw materials at our own sites, we completed a significant investment in additional stocks in 2019, adding c.GBP5 million to finished goods for key product lines, most of which remained in place throughout 2020. Now that the nature of the future trading relationship between the UK and the EU has been substantially defined, the risks relating to the imposition of import tariffs are largely behind us. More generally, whilst the impact of increased demand, supplier production outages and new administrative requirements for EU imports have together put sector supply chains under pressure, we have continued to secure the raw materials we require. So far, we have not experienced any significant adverse effects from the delays at UK ports. However, PVC resin prices began to increase towards the end of 2020 and this trend has continued into the new year. We are therefore implementing selling price increases, starting in February 2021, to recover this and other cost inflation."
pj84
14/3/2021
08:34
Extra PVC spend adds > £2.5M to their cost of sales in Q1 and an extra £1.5 -3M in Q2 due to other increases.
bingothevandal12
13/3/2021
08:47
UK/Europe PVC is up around 50% and shortages for anything out of China is simply getting worse. with no end in sight. April/May if they haven't said anything and the stock price remains high....
dope007
13/3/2021
05:19
That is Far East .They probably do not buy PVC from this market. You want to read Europe and NA / LATAM forecast. Makes your colleywobbles wobble.
bingothevandal12
13/3/2021
05:16
The raw material shortages and linked price rises plus ancillary costs will continue to rise until at least beginning Q3. Unless they hike share price by 20-30% there will be a significant effect on EOY profitability.
bingothevandal12
12/3/2021
08:55
hTTps://www-argusmedia-com.cdn.ampproject.org/v/s/www.argusmedia.com/en/news/2189864-chinas-pvc-prices-surge-on-supply-tightness?amp_js_v=a6&_gsa=1&=1&usqp=mq331AQHKAFQArABIA%3D%3D#aoh=16155390998912&referrer=https%3A%2F%2Fwww.google.com&_tf=From%20%251%24s&share=https%3A%2F%2Fwww.argusmedia.com%2Fen%2Fnews%2F2189864-chinas-pvc-prices-surge-on-supply-tightness
dope007
12/3/2021
08:44
I should add I said expect results to be fine but since Jan it's a mess for the whole industry
dope007
12/3/2021
08:43
They are real and they have not mentioned them. Look up PVC price if you don't believe me. If it carries on for a few more months they will have no choice but to inform the mkt imho
dope007
12/3/2021
08:31
When all your raw materials are increasing by up to 60% and your sales price is only up 10% so the maths
bingothevandal12
12/3/2021
08:19
Looks as though you have read this one wrong Dope007.
spooky
10/3/2021
23:07
Results for the year should be fine. Since January though is a whole different story is my expectation for tomorrow
dope007
05/3/2021
10:01
FY results 12th March. Tempted to go short ahead of them
dope007
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