Cello Health (CLL)

Sector:

Health Care

Index:

FTSE AIM All-Share

 161.00p
   
  • Change Today:
      0.000p
  • 52 Week High: 163.50p
  • 52 Week Low: 101.00p
  • Currency: UK Pounds
  • Shares Issued: 106.69m
  • Volume: 30,263
  • Market Cap: £171.77m
  • RiskGrade: 352

London midday: Stocks fall back after Portugal downgrade

Date: Wednesday 06 Jul 2011

  • Market Movers
  • techMARK 1,963.07 -0.13%
  • FTSE 100 5,978.68 -0.75%
  • FTSE 250 12,117.75 -0.23%

LONDON (ShareCast) - Stocks have sunk below the 6,000 point mark as worries set in again over the Eurozone debt situation.

The focus has shifted from Greece to the other side of the Mediterranean after credit rating agency Moody's Investor Service has lowered Portugal's rating to junk status, warning the country may need another bail out. The decision comes despite Portugal agreeing a €78bn rescue package just two months ago.

Banks are most prominent among the laggards in the FTSE 100. RBS and Barclays are both down more than 3%.

In company news, acquisitive advertising conglomerate WPP is the heaviest faller in the large-cap index. It has been waving its debit card about again, this time acquiring a majority stake in Indian advertising agency, Mindset Advertising.

Sportswear retailer Sports Direct’s move into the fashion world with the acquisition of 80% shareholdings in the Scottish fashion chains USC and Cruise Clothing for £7m has pleased the market.

Cash and carry group Booker is in demand after saying it is on course to meet expectations for the year ending 30 March after seeing a sharp rise in sales in the first quarter. Total sales were up by 9.5% from the same period the previous year (7.4% on a like-for-like basis), and by 9.1% excluding tobacco. Like-for-like tobacco sales were up by 5.7%.

Milk supplier Robert Wiseman is in demand after saying trading is in line with expectations. Panmure Gordon said today it thinks having to pay suppliers a higher milk price in the autumn presents it with an opportunity to "recover costs from retailers." The broker ups its target price on stock to 320p from 260p.

Turning to smaller companies, shares in Coal of Africa roared higher after the miner said it had been granted approval to build its project at Vele in South Africa. Construction is expected to be completed in six to nine months and production is expected to reach 1m tonnes a year.

Advertising and marketing group Cello dropped after saying it expects profits for the full year to fall slightly short of expectations after losing a retail research contract earlier this month and seeing one of its retail clients entering administration. The company expects to incur a full year exceptional charge of about £500,000.

But another marketing-type firm, ILA, which supplies women’s personal alarms and promotional products, is having a good day. It expects full-year sales to be higher than previously anticipated after successfully penetrating new markets.

FTSE 100 - Risers
Serco Group (SRP) 565.00p +3.86%
Intertek Group (ITRK) 1,949.00p +2.04%
Experian (EXPN) 821.50p +1.29%
ARM Holdings (ARM) 608.00p +1.08%
Tullow Oil (TLW) 1,313.00p +0.92%
Antofagasta (ANTO) 1,440.00p +0.35%
Unilever (ULVR) 2,041.00p +0.34%
National Grid (NG.) 616.00p +0.33%
Resolution Ltd. (RSL) 299.10p +0.30%
GlaxoSmithKline (GSK) 1,350.50p +0.26%

FTSE 100 - Fallers
Royal Bank of Scotland Group (RBS) 37.53p -4.24%
Barclays (BARC) 251.35p -3.14%
ICAP (IAP) 479.10p -2.90%
WPP (WPP) 764.00p -2.80%
ITV (ITV) 71.65p -2.72%
Vedanta Resources (VED) 2,015.00p -2.61%
International Power (IPR) 311.10p -2.48%
Kazakhmys (KAZ) 1,354.00p -2.17%
International Consolidated Airlines Group SA (IAG) 253.50p -2.01%
Lloyds Banking Group (LLOY) 47.80p -2.01%

FTSE 250 - Risers
Brown (N.) Group (BWNG) 284.60p +6.31%
Supergroup (SGP) 960.50p +5.03%
Booker Group (BOK) 73.95p +4.97%
JD Sports Fashion (JD.) 1,018.00p +3.88%
BTG (BGC) 298.00p +3.33%
WH Smith (SMWH) 515.00p +3.00%
Carpetright (CPR) 648.00p +2.45%
Domino's Pizza UK & IRL (DOM) 426.00p +2.33%
BBA Aviation (BBA) 225.80p +2.22%
Savills (SVS) 402.60p +1.87%

FTSE 250 - Fallers
Kenmare Resources (KMR) 54.95p -8.19%
EnQuest (ENQ) 126.00p -3.52%
De La Rue (DLAR) 744.50p -3.50%
Ferrexpo (FXPO) 478.80p -3.33%
New World Resources A Shares (NWR) 902.50p -2.80%
Babcock International Group (BAB) 711.50p -2.53%
TalkTalk Telecom Group (TALK) 141.60p -2.34%
TR Property Inv Trust Sigma Shares (TRYS) 91.80p -2.34%
Misys (MSY) 405.00p -2.22%
Lancashire Holdings (LRE) 652.00p -1.95%

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Cello Health Market Data

Currency UK Pounds
Share Price 161.00p
Change Today 0.000p
% Change 0.00 %
52 Week High 163.50p
52 Week Low 101.00p
Volume 30,263
Shares Issued 106.69m
Market Cap £171.77m
RiskGrade 352

Cello Health Star Ratings

Compare performance with the sector and the market.
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Key: vs Market vs Sector
Value
86.02% below the market average86.02% below the market average86.02% below the market average86.02% below the market average86.02% below the market average
Sector averageSector averageSector averageSector averageSector average
Price Trend
81.60% above the market average81.60% above the market average81.60% above the market average81.60% above the market average81.60% above the market average
53.85% above the sector average53.85% above the sector average53.85% above the sector average53.85% above the sector average53.85% above the sector average
Income
76.62% below the market average76.62% below the market average76.62% below the market average76.62% below the market average76.62% below the market average
38.46% above the sector average38.46% above the sector average38.46% above the sector average38.46% above the sector average38.46% above the sector average
Growth
30.41% below the market average30.41% below the market average30.41% below the market average30.41% below the market average30.41% below the market average
47.06% below the sector average47.06% below the sector average47.06% below the sector average47.06% below the sector average47.06% below the sector average

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Neutral 1
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Cello Health Dividends

  Latest Previous
  2nd Interim Interim
Ex-Div 23-Apr-20 03-Oct-19
Paid 22-May-20 01-Nov-19
Amount 1.00p 1.15p

Trades for 07-Aug-2020

Time Volume / Share Price
16:30 618 @ 160.00p
16:03 11,000 @ 160.00p
16:01 8,003 @ 160.00p
15:21 310 @ 160.00p
15:19 8,000 @ 160.00p

Cello Health Key Personnel

CEO Mark Scott

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