Share Name Share Symbol Market Type Share ISIN Share Description
James Cropper 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
  -75.00p -4.58% 1,562.50p 1,555.00p 1,570.00p 1,637.50p 1,562.50p 1,637.50p 7,237 13:10:37
Industry Sector Turnover (m) Profit (m) EPS - Basic PE Ratio Market Cap (m)
Forestry & Paper 92.4 5.6 50.5 30.9 147.81

James Cropper Share Discussion Threads

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DateSubjectAuthorDiscuss
06/10/2017
10:27
Well Im back in, fingers crossed a few more people have the same idea.
wobaguk
06/10/2017
10:01
I'm here for the tfp which doesn't use pulp
hybrasil
06/10/2017
07:21
Garbetklb Correct it is going up by 5.1% per annum because of demand for paper based packaging, which I would say is a good thing for Cropper. All the best In 2011, the pulp and paper industry experienced the highest price point in more than 30 years. The industry had an inflationary trend that experts projected would last through 2011, but in 2015 the record price climbed past the previous peak. Yet again, we are seeing high pulp and paper prices and the question remains, when will pulp and paper prices finally stabilize, or will this inflationary trend continue? Well, according to IBISWorld, the price of wood pulp is forecasted to rise even further at an annualized rate of 5.1% in the two years to 2019. One factor driving the current price increase is supply not being able to keep up with the growing demand for paper-based packaging products.
toyin
05/10/2017
22:47
Over on the ACRL thread (I do not hold) there is comment about a recent sharp rise in the price of pulp. Maybe this has triggered the sell off?
garbetklb
05/10/2017
16:57
Toyin - I guess that must rule out staff cashing in SAYE stock just released or similar type programme.Bizarre move tho'
sspurt
05/10/2017
16:56
You are dead right I think the market makers are probably happy to see it pull back I'm a very long term shareholder so happy to sit it out. Mark croppers recent buy would give one a lot of hope
hybrasil
05/10/2017
16:07
hybrasil, I was one of them. I topsliced *just* after the peak at 32% profit, and when it dropped about 7% i sold the rest. I didnt want to see all my profits walk after a long build as I had happen with PRV. Happy to get back in at the right price of course!
wobaguk
05/10/2017
15:10
No problem bamboo2. All the best
toyin
05/10/2017
14:24
toyin, thank you for sharing. Price has fallen below 200sma.
bamboo2
05/10/2017
14:09
Had email from company saying no idea why its happened but are watching it. All the best.
toyin
05/10/2017
09:12
High amount of trades again yesterday. it seems to be a large number of very small shareholding's I suspect what has happened is that this pull back has prompted a huge PI sell off.
hybrasil
04/10/2017
14:37
Not a holder at the moment, but can anyone explain the recent large and continuous fall?
liam1om
02/10/2017
23:25
Agreed hybrasil. Interesting that intro day much lower and then recovered some. It is now sitting closer to broker targets so hopefully more support at this level. Am still happy to hold for long term....
yogi
02/10/2017
15:27
I have been following cropper for 17 years. I have never seen as many one off trades in one day
hybrasil
02/10/2017
12:50
Big reversal today Not unsurprising
hybrasil
23/9/2017
13:27
So Mark Cropper puts another £200,000 in at in excess of £19 per share. Thats bass
hybrasil
14/9/2017
12:58
Who knows bamboo - not far of £20 though so still smiling...
yogi
13/9/2017
23:33
Yogi, mm games?? lol
bamboo2
12/9/2017
12:15
More interesting today.....
yogi
29/8/2017
18:19
Bamboo, boring but consistent?
yogi
29/8/2017
16:37
Yogi, Great stuff and well held.
bamboo2
29/8/2017
13:26
Further break out......
yogi
07/8/2017
23:02
New breakout!!
yogi
29/6/2017
10:50
I wonder if all the excitement is to do with this part of the business,Tecnofibre, and its possible increased use following the recent towerblock fire? At Technical Fibre Products (TFP) we develop and manufacture high performance nonwoven materials. Offering not just a diverse product range, but the capability to tailor materials to meet specific performance requirements. Our nonwovens find application in a wide variety of fields including surface engineering of composites, fire protection, thermal insulation, power storage and cryogenic super insulation. Our most popular Optimat®, Optiveil® and Tecnofire® ranges deliver properties including a superior quality surface finish, while providing functionality across areas spanning EMI shielding, electrical conductivity, fire protection, static dissipation and enhanced abrasion resistance.
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