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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 6,071 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.

Tclarke Share Discussion Threads

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DateSubjectAuthorDiscuss
24/11/2022
07:54
EPS fcst of 25.65p though with the 27% uplift. Analyst consensus was 21.2p
aishah
24/11/2022
07:23
The trouble is that they were expecting £450m for 2022 and £500m for 2023, but £40m has moved into 2023, leaving 2022 at £410m and 2023 the same. Looks like EBIT will be £1m less than forecasts
18bt
24/11/2022
07:19
Confident trading update:
"2022 is expected to be the first time Group revenues have exceeded £400 million. Operating margins (EBIT) are anticipated to be circa 2.8%.

As a result of this strong performance, the Group's earnings per share are expected to rise by approximately 27% in 2022 when compared to the prior year.

The Group remains on track to deliver £500m revenues in 2023."

"We are currently tendering in excess of £1bn of opportunities and are expecting decisions on approximately £500m of tendered projects by early 2023."

aishah
02/11/2022
11:44
Not a fan of low margin contractor businesses, but this is a well run outfit with good discipline on contract negotiation/pricing risk.

52m M.cap, low PE and supporting positive outlook statements. Looking attractive IMO

owenski
23/9/2022
14:13
Interesting the 5k I added this morning showed as a sell, and the next 2.5k bought about half an hour ago not showing yet Looks like I am not the only 'Bargain Hunter' here :)
santangello
23/9/2022
14:10
Interesting .....the 5k I stole this morning showed as a sell, and the 2.5k bought not long ago, not showing at all.Looks like I am not the only 'Bargain Hunter' here :)
santangello
23/9/2022
13:29
Couldn't resist 10k at these levels......currently xd which doesn't help at the mo (but div paid next Friday), but looking way oversold/marked down i.m.h.o
santangello
01/9/2022
08:45
Crikey, someone doesn't want the dividend.......there are investors like that, so no drama.

I will watch trades and add accordingly today......at a September Sale price :)

santangello
12/8/2022
11:15
In here now. I think even in recession many of TCO’s projects will get the go ahead. So figures look great barring economic meltdown.
rabiddog
12/8/2022
11:10
CTO featured on IC Alpha report 11th August, good writeup. I also saw them at Mello earlier this year. Seems like a steady business.
hunsen
09/8/2022
07:22
mrnumpty ----yes slow ... painful at times
janeann
09/8/2022
05:34
Janeann . I agree with you about the information on Hargreaves Lansdown regarding shares . Whilst realising that they can’t provide sophisticated levels of information , I find that what they do supply is too often patchy and unreliable which , given that they are , I believe , is the U.K.’s largest client broker , isn’t very impressive . On the subject of Hargreaves Lansdown , does anyone else here find their site very slow ?
mrnumpty
08/8/2022
10:50
Interactive Investor quote CTO 165p/169p a few mins ago.
standish11
06/8/2022
20:45
I think August is a poor month for liquidity. I suspect that spread will narrow as we come out of the holiday season. Not really a trading stock at the best of times CTO.
thorpematt
06/8/2022
07:55
mrnumpty - havent lookedspecifically but quite often HL data are competely wrong; even down to things like dividends etc. I always now check with another site if I want accuracy

eg look at the div yield for GSF and then the actually paid dividends; a huge mismatch!!

janeann
06/8/2022
06:27
The prices quoted on Hargreaves Lansdown are £ 1.60 to sell and £ 1.70 to buy . Does anyone have an explanation for this huge spread ? There were far more purchases than sells on Friday ( yesterday ) .
mrnumpty
01/8/2022
09:54
Another positive point in the Telegraph article points out “ But a jump in remote working since the pandemic has helped push up demand for data processing and connectivity “ . So perhaps we , as shareholders of T Clarke , might indirectly and belatedly benefit from the pandemic !
mrnumpty
01/8/2022
09:40
Half-page article on page 21 of today’s Telegraph pointing out the massive amount of energy required for data centres . Some interesting points are : “ roughly half of Britain’s estimated 200 data centres are in the South East , with a large proportion concentrated in the area between Reading and Ealing [ they are concentrated along this west-east route as it is along the route of transatlantic sub-sea fibre optic cables linking up with London ] … a typical data centre campus need 50 Mégavolt Amperes , which is the electrical demand required by developments of 5000 to 10,000 homes . With around a dozen planning applications for data centres across the area .. In Ealing there are currently seven applications to build new data centres [ I believe that this is due to Ealing’s proximity to Heathrow ] ….Cooling fans need to be installed to take the heat away , and with such large numbers of servers [ a large data centre can have 500,000 to 1,000,000 servers ] in such a small space , data centres need large and powerful industrial air conditioning systems to prevent a literal meltdown from occurring . About 40% of a typical data centre’s power consumption is used on running the air conditioning “ . Obviously not all of this new work will go to T Clarke but this article illustrates the demand to build new data centres , provided that there is sufficient electricity to power them !
mrnumpty
18/7/2022
15:15
Just watched a excellent presentation by CTO.

450 million expected this year. 500 next year. They are the prefered bidders for all these new hospitals projects, they are just waiting for the government to sign them off. So lots of upside to be added....

igoe104
18/7/2022
07:26
TClarke PLC Investor Presentation CTO
johnwise
15/7/2022
18:32
https://masterinvestor.co.uk/equities/small-cap-round-up-pots-and-scans/TClarke (LON:CTO) – record first halfThis building services group has declared a great set of half-time figures to end June.Revenues in H1 were £206.2m (£138.2m) while pre-tax profits were £5.5m (£1.9m), jacking interim earnings up to 10.24p (3.58p), with a 1.25p interim dividend (0.75p).What looked very strong was the increase in its forward order book to a record £586m (£503m) as net cash increased to £7.2m (£2.0m).The group is getting ever closer to breaking the £500m sales barrier, with £450m (£327.1m) being the full-year guided estimate.Kevin Cammack, analyst at the group's broker Cenkos Securities, rates the shares as a 'Buy', with a 185p 'fair value'.He is looking for the company to make £11.5m (£7.8m) in adjusted pre-tax profits, taking earnings up to 21.4p (15.0p) and lifting the dividend to 5.3p (4.8p) per share.In my view, the shares at around the 157.5p level still offer significant upside.
tole
14/7/2022
16:50
Fantastic results and now down on the day
sailorsam1
14/7/2022
08:41
Comparison with past figures might not be as relevant due to the fact that the market sectors have changed quite a bit. The 39% increase in the technology sector which is now the biggest revenue generator and holds excellent growth potential going forward is the main story here IMHO DYOR The return back to healthy profits, margins, dividends, net cash, secured credit facilities is a wonderful base from where this can fulfill its potential.
saurish
14/7/2022
08:26
Live online presentation with management at 2.30pm on Monday 18th July. You can register online.
simski99
14/7/2022
08:20
Snippet(for copyright reasons) from Cenkos this morning:-

Still Sparking and Sparkling

Investors should not underestimate the transformation in this business over the past three years, not one driven by acquisition or new equity or even particularly favourable markets, but by dedication to a strategy that is now delivering benefits across the group. This is now a very investable proposition in the sub-sector; it is a better focussed and managed business, with an improved balance sheet and cash performance and a very sustainable model for continued growth. The stock has outperformed its peers’ growth over the past 12-18 months but the rating remains very undemanding indeed; on our conservatively estimated FY23E an EV/EBITDA of 3.5x, a PE of 6.5x, yield 3.5% (over 4x covered), FCF yield over 10% and a net ROIC of 16.5% with zero debt/gearing. We have modestly increased our model ‘Fair Value’ to 185p off the back of higher DPS forecasts and allowing for the sector’s de-rating. This leaves TClarke on a similar rating to peers’ overall but at a phase where we would be arguing for a justifiable premium. Buy

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