Carclo (CAR), the “fine tolerance injection moulded plastic parts” manufacturer, has announced that “a Notice of General Meeting and the associated Form of Proxy have been sent to shareholders” – but last year’s financial results are still to be published?!...
Previously writing on Carclo (CAR), last week I noted results delayed again; now it’s “hopes” to avoid shares suspension!. Now an “Update on banking position and timing of results”…
Shares in Carclo (CAR) are currently more than 5% higher on the day on the back of “Update and timing of results announcement” news. However, the current 13.5p share price compares to 20.5p when I cautioned earlier this month (and around 140p when I first warned here)…
Previously writing on Carclo (CAR) I noted a mess at this company was further evidenced with that a 19th February-announced Interim Chief Operating Officer who Executive Chairman Mark Rollins described as having “experience… extremely well matched to the immediate needs of Carclo and I am convinced he will successfully lead the group's operations in making sustained improvements for the benefit of customers, employees and shareholders alike”, became “the recently appointed interim COO role quickly being eliminated in order to provide greater clarity and swifter decision making”! Now another “Directorate Change” announcement…
Previously writing on Carclo (CAR), in April I retained caution on the back of a “Year-End Trading Update”. Now a “Change of results announcement date” announcement. Rarely good news…
Previously writing on “manufacturer of fine tolerance injection moulded plastic parts mainly for the medical, automotive lighting and optics markets” Carclo (CAR), I concluded in January, with the shares then down to 55p, that the current result is a mess – and hopefully my prior caution was heeded. Still an avoid / sell. Now a “Year-End Trading Update” – and the shares currently down to around 20p!...
Previously writing on Carclo (CAR), I noted last summer as the shares headed down towards 90p that I’d want to see at least some consistent financial delivery before having confidence here. Today a “Trading Statement” – and shares in this fine-tolerance, injection-moulded plastic parts manufacturer currently down more than 30% on the back of it, at 55p!...
Writing on plastic components and LED-based lighting systems manufacturing company Carclo (CAR) last month, I cautioned as the shares responded to a takeover proposal by rising back above 100p. Presently, the shares are more than 20% lower on the day, heading towards 90p…
Plastic components and LED-based lighting systems manufacturing company Carclo (CAR) has hit back following a “Non-Binding Proposal for Carclo plc” announcement from Consort Medical (CSRT)…
Injection moulding manufacturing company Carclo (CAR) “confirms that the group's trading for the year ended 31 March 2018 and the level of year-end net debt were in line with its expectations set at the time of the trading update on 15 January 2018”. Sounds ok, though what was that 15th January “trading update” again?...
I previously wrote on Carclo (CAR) in late 2016 – noting the company stating some encouragement but that credibility needed to be regained. Today a trading update for its year ending 31st March 2018 and…
Hello Share Smudgers. Companies which manufacture plastic bits and pieces have done rather well in my bag in recent years. But one I have not so far touched, yet ought to do so soon, is Carclo (CAR).
Having recently cancelled its full-year dividend after the ex-dividend date, specialised plastics company Carclo (CAR) has now announced an acquisition! (along with a trading update and placing)…
An “Update on trading and dividend” from specialised plastics company Carclo (CAR) commences “the board is pleased to announce that the group has continued to trade well in the current financial year”. Sounds promising, but wait, the shares are currently down more than 10% to around 140p. So what’s the twist?…
Hello Share Fanciers. Car designs do not change very much. Apart from the electric hybrids, the petrol driven technology hasn't really altered since they first hit our roads at the end of the nineteenth century. And now motors nearly all look alike.
It may be difficult to define exactly what an unusual looking chart is, given that they are al as unique as fingerprints, but what we are currently being served up on the daily timeframe at Carclo does appear to be somewhat out of the ordinary.
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