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James Cropper PLC

CRPR:LSE

James Cropper PLC

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Basic MaterialsForestry & Paper
  • Price (GBX)1,225.00
  • Today's Change0.00 / 0.00%
  • Shares traded1.00k
  • 1 Year change20.10%
  • Beta0.5650
Data delayed at least 20 minutes, as of Dec 10 2019 14:08 GMT.
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Consensus recommendation

  • 05-Dec-19
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Recommendations05-Dec-19
Buy1
Outperform0
Hold0
Underperform0
Sell0

Share price forecast

The one analyst offering a 12 month price target expects James Cropper PLC share price to rise to 1,500.00 in the next year from the last price of 1,225.00.
High22.4%1,500.00
Med22.4%1,500.00
Low22.4%1,500.00

Dividends

In 2019, James Cropper PLC reported a dividend of 0.14 GBP, equaling last years dividend. The analyst covering the company expects dividends of 0.14 GBP for the upcoming fiscal year, maintaining dividends from this year.
Div growth (TTM)0.00%
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Earnings history & estimates

James Cropper PLC reported annual 2019 earnings of 0.243 per share on Jun 25, 2019.
Average growth rate+6.30%
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Revenue history & estimates

James Cropper PLC had revenues for the full year 2019 of 101.10m. This was 4.97% above the prior year's results.
Average growth rate+5.04%
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