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CTO Tclarke Plc

162.00
2.50 (1.57%)
Last Updated: 08:00:07
Delayed by 15 minutes
Share Name Share Symbol Market Type Share ISIN Share Description
Tclarke Plc 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
  2.50 1.57% 162.00 158.50 162.00 162.00 162.00 162.00 71 08:00:07
Industry Sector Turnover Profit EPS - Basic PE Ratio Market Cap
Special Trade Contractor,nec 491M 6.5M 0.1230 13.17 85.62M
Tclarke Plc is listed in the Special Trade Contractor sector of the London Stock Exchange with ticker CTO. The last closing price for Tclarke was 159.50p. Over the last year, Tclarke shares have traded in a share price range of 105.00p to 167.50p.

Tclarke currently has 52,850,780 shares in issue. The market capitalisation of Tclarke is £85.62 million. Tclarke has a price to earnings ratio (PE ratio) of 13.17.

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DateSubjectAuthorDiscuss
02/12/2021
13:56
Looks to me just a PI selling, price reacting accordingly.

Once the seller clears, I shall recommence adding.

Nothing but good news from the company, so why wouldn't a shrewdie add at a sale price ? :)

santangello
02/12/2021
09:47
Surprisingly poor share price after those results . Thought they’d kick up
john09
02/12/2021
09:44
In July they said hey said "Significant progress in building capability as the Company progresses towards target of delivering GBP500m in revenues whilst maintaining margins".

They have always kept a focus on good quality contracts and keeping a good 3% margin.

edmundshaw
01/12/2021
14:45
May be the fact that no guidance was provided on margins. £500m counts for little if it does not deliver profits. "Top line vanity, bottom line sanity", to use the old saying from the clothes trade. They need to guide on margins as well for the market to buy into their growth story.
minardi1
01/12/2021
14:05
Difficult to see what’s holding this one back. Thin margins and possible inflation? But the record order book and upbeat statement hasn’t helped a lot.
dr biotech
25/11/2021
17:50
T Clarke plc published a trading update for the period 1st July to present. Volumes have accelerated during the second half of the year as the Group implements its plan to achieve £500m revenue per annum by the end of 2023. Revenue in the last quarter of 2021 is at a record high, the Group continues to trade in line with expectations for the full year ending 31 December 2021. Consensus FY21 expectations are for revenues of £340m, net profit £6.5m and EPS 15.5p. Valuation is very attractive, forward PE ratio is around 7.7, ranked 3rd out of 18 in the Construction & Engineering Market. Balance sheet is healthy, plenty of cash, negative net debt. Share price even has some medium term momentum, trending generally upwards for the past 12 months. A solid, growing, quality, engineering name. BUY....from WealthOracleAM
km18
25/11/2021
09:50
Summary from cenkos.
igoe104
25/11/2021
09:21
- although labour will be tight and getting more expensive. and at risk of staff being poached
janeann
25/11/2021
09:19
Short term energy crunch over Winter may affect some manufacturing industries as energy would be prioritised for homes and hospitals. But that should not affect CTO, we are in a bit of a sweet spot at the moment...
edmundshaw
25/11/2021
08:40
No idea how they structure their contracts but they have to be experiencing margin pressures. Surprised that there isn't any mention of this but fairly typical of the sector they operate in. The market and investors will be the last to know. Happy to be proven wrong.
spooky
25/11/2021
08:29
very nice update indeed.

PeteSS,
Your observation is one I see repeatedly at the present time. There have been some very un-explained moves in the small to mid cap space of late, as the market sifts the overblown COVID chaf from the long term quality wheat. It is not an easy time for PIs in particular...but quality prevails in the end.

thorpematt
25/11/2021
08:02
wow - managed to add 1k at 1.63
janeann
25/11/2021
07:53
Absolutely excellent trading update. These should be well over £2 now .
igoe104
25/11/2021
07:47
That's a pretty big upgrade to turnover forecasts for 22. Building nicely.
18bt
25/11/2021
07:13
Very positive update. Like the tech increase to 33% in next year.
johnrxx99
23/11/2021
15:46
Trading update this Thursday
jeff h
17/11/2021
09:37
Lots of work to go after in their traditional City of London market as well:-

"...It is the seventh major office scheme to gain planning in the City so far this year, underlying growing momentum for a new wave of major building projects post-pandemic...."

jeff h
16/11/2021
16:27
There got to be big opportunities with heat pumps. Its a very big theme at the moment...
igoe104
16/11/2021
13:42
Leadership in heat pump engineering delivers immediate strategic advantage

11/11/21: In a nationwide technology transition, 600,000 heat pumps per year will be installed in homes, schools and hospitals. As the UK industry leader in these technologies, with substantial experience and expertise, TClarke is now seeing this transition assume strategic significance for our business and our revenues. Chris Harris, Deputy MD Scotland, reports:..........

jeff h
05/11/2021
17:31
Two weeks to wait for the trading statement
boozey
02/11/2021
18:52
I attended a webinar about share ownership at the start of the year. Around 14.5% of UK shares are held by individuals. But this figure is misleading as most of that 14.5% is owned by founders or high net worth individuals. The amount of LSE shares held directly by private investors is believed to be less than 3% - and in a FTSE 100 stock (like Lloyds a PI favourite) it is less than 1%.

Thus one can reasonably conclude that despite the numerous agendas of many posters on Bulletin Boards, in reality no individual can write anything that makes a difference. For all that the Boards are worth their value as stripping out nonsense there is some good content to be had for helping with investment decisions (that was the webinar's conclusion not mine).

boozey
02/11/2021
18:31
Someone has no sense of humour

Yes I believe I’ll get in cheaper . I also believe not a single thing any of us on this thread says will make one iota of a difference in the share price 👍🏼

john09
02/11/2021
17:28
Interesting article dated on 27th October.( On the company website)About potential NHS work / Budgets. Looks very encouraging for CTO..
igoe104
02/11/2021
17:12
Still trying to get a lower price to buy in, John?

You are about as subtle as a jackhammer in a china shop...

edmundshaw
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