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Share Name Share Symbol Market Type Share ISIN Share Description
Clarke T. LSE:CTO London Ordinary Share GB0002015021 ORD 10P
  Price Change % Change Share Price Bid Price Offer Price High Price Low Price Open Price Shares Traded Last Trade
  +0.50p +0.54% 93.50p 92.20p 94.80p 94.00p 93.60p 93.60p 134,330 16:35:21
Industry Sector Turnover (m) Profit (m) EPS - Basic PE Ratio Market Cap (m)
Construction & Materials 311.2 7.1 13.4 7.0 39.11

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21/1/2019
11:41
Good to see the share price continuing to look very healthy going into the year end trading update on 31st January. Which will reflect the end of November update: "We are now pleased to report that the Board expects results for the full year ending 31st December 2018 to be ahead of current market expectations. We expect an underlying operating profit before interest and taxation of circa £8.6m (2017: £7.3m) and revenue of circa £320m (2017: £311m). The implied underlying operating profit margin of 2.7% provides further evidence that we are on track to achieve our target of 3%."
rivaldo
16/1/2019
16:51
Thanks for that rivaldo.
edmundshaw
16/1/2019
14:57
Interesting new article from the CEO: Http://www.tclarke.co.uk/city-confidence-is-still-building-upward/ " CEO Insight : City confidence is still building upwards 15/1/19 Mark Lawrence, Group CEO The City of London Corporation’s recent release of this image, showing how the City skyline is going to look in 2026, is a timely reminder of the underlying confidence in our developer client base in this sector. The list of landmarks includes five buildings over 30 storeys which are currently under construction (of which 3 are TClarke projects) and identifies seven more towers which have planning consent including 1 Undershaft, 2-3 Finsbury Avenue, 100 Leadenhall St, 40 Leadenhall St, 130 Fenchurch and 1 Leadenhall St – over 250 storeys of new towers in total. Our ongoing dialogue with our developer and principal contractor client base confirms that confidence is still strong. Stepping back from the current political uncertainties around Brexit, it is worth mentioning that in this our 130th year, we have experienced many political and economic ups and downs. And this is a time of great change. From a macro-economic point of view, as much as Brexit may dominate our newspages, it is just one of a series of global mega trends – including globalisation, data and mega-cites – many of which will only serve to reinforce London’s importance as a global centre. Within the context of our clear strategy, strong financial position, agile organisation, market-leading technology offering and growing market appetite for our services, the picture for TClarke remains distinctly positive."
rivaldo
15/1/2019
16:37
31st Jan 2019 confirmed on website
norbert colon
15/1/2019
15:54
it was 1st feb last yr
wynmck
15/1/2019
15:34
Good to see any upwards move in any of my holdings these days :-)
cheshire man
15/1/2019
15:27
When's the TU due?
from8to800
15/1/2019
14:39
Yes my thoughts exactly - I'm not chartist but the chart very much looks primed for a strong upward move. The next update will confirm the business is trading very well.
norbert colon
15/1/2019
14:00
Resistance about to give way? About to escape from the wedge? Can't be long now...
cc2014
11/1/2019
14:57
Tuscan, it will be interesting to see if you are correct. What’s interesting to me is what effect the new regional offices and higher margin work, leveraged off of the core brand, is having. If this translates into higher margins ie 3% plus, then a considerable hike in the dividend has to be on the horizon. IMHO i think the re-rating of this share will come well before the dust settles on wider market macro’s.
lasmo
09/1/2019
13:26
I highlighted this in a recent comment. I'm no chartist but this is one of the most interesting patterns you can see. Some people say that when(if) it goes through the 91p area decisively (ie to say 93/94p ) and stays there for a few days, then you put a compass point on the breakout point and swing upwards from the start of the pattern(end 2015, or maybe early 2014). The former takes it to 150p, the latter to nearer 170p Clearly for these targets to be realized we will need a fairly healthy wider macro scene. Problematical! Both of these targets can be supported by the fundamentals imo. The trading update may contain some very good news on the current cash position. How would £15m net cash go down with the market?
tuscan4
09/1/2019
10:37
Others might explain this better than me... CTO heading into a wedge which goes back to 2014/2015. Red lines show wedge is getting really tight. Depending on how you look at it top line of wedge is the red one at 90p or the green one at 92p Bid is holding at 89p for longer and longer as sellers in this area get exhausted.
cc2014
08/1/2019
10:19
FYI financial year end 31st December. Trading update expected 31st Jan.
lasmo
31/12/2018
14:47
Unfortunately no reaction, folks are still waiting for the thumps up from the yanks before they start buying again.
igoe104
31/12/2018
10:35
indeed-decent size too
wynmck
31/12/2018
10:21
Nice director buy.
spooky
10/12/2018
13:45
Just watched the video, thanks Tomps. The forward order book for technologies looks very impressive, its a massive percentage gain, going on year on year. what's makes it more impressive with it being more higher margin work.
igoe104
10/12/2018
12:03
I perceive it's the black cloud of Carillion, Kier and Interserve hanging over the sector in general. CTO might not be fully immune but they are very cautious about who they work for so whilst banks are tightening up on their lending - CTOs order book is the thing to keep an eye on.
norbert colon
10/12/2018
10:52
It must say something about IC Alpha subscription rates that such a bullish article by their top tipster has resulted in so little buying activity. As CC2014 suggests, there must be a very good chance that CTO features in ST's top 10 bargain shares for 2019. For some reason, this runs approximately from Feb-Jan. The 2018 list was published on 1 February 2018.
effortless cool
10/12/2018
09:38
CTO presentation at Mello London - November 2018 Https://www.piworld.co.uk/2018/12/10/t-clarke-cto-presentation-at-mello-london-november-2018/ Rather neatly coincided with their Ahead of Expectations trading update. They also have a Stockopedia stock rank of 99. It looks a well managed business. A great presentation.
tomps2
08/12/2018
12:25
I'm wonder whether he will choose it as one of his top 10 picks of 2019?
cc2014
08/12/2018
11:31
Thanks igoe104 for the full text. Wondered how long it would take Simon to mention CTO. Will his analysis reach the weekly magazine I wonder. Very conservative approach leaves plenty of room to tweak the numbers upwards over the coming year.
tuscan4
07/12/2018
16:55
Here is full report of CTO. https://pdfs.investorschronicle.co.uk/IC_Alpha_TClarke_Simon_0712.pdf
igoe104
07/12/2018
14:32
Great news re the IC Alpha tip. Thx CC2014 and igoe104. Looks like some are finally catching on to the transformation this thread has been banging on about for some time.
rivaldo
07/12/2018
14:04
T Clarke were at the Mello event in Chiswick last week.Their presentation was impressive. Only worry was the pension liabilities.After much deliberation, I bought into it earlier this week.
hiraniha
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