CLLN.L - Carillion plc

LSE - LSE Delayed Price. Currency in GBp
14.20
0.00 (0.00%)
As of 4:30PM GMT. Market open.
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Previous Close14.20
Open0.00
Bid0.00 x 381200
Ask0.00 x 178900
Day's Range0.00 - 0.00
52 Week Range
Volume0
Avg. Volume9,409,801
Market Cap61.081M
Beta-0.27
PE Ratio (TTM)N/A
EPS (TTM)N/A
Earnings DateN/A
Forward Dividend & Yield0.23 (44.59%)
Ex-Dividend Date2017-05-11
1y Target EstN/A
  • Reuters4 minutes ago

    Road to ruin? Carillion collapse puts spotlight on UK outsourcing model

    LONDON/BALMEDIE, Scotland (Reuters) - In Balmedie, a village on the northeast coast of Scotland, an unfinished 12 km stretch of dual carriageway is a stark illustration of why British construction company Carillion went bust this week. Britain's biggest corporate failure in almost a decade threatens thousands of jobs and has forced the government to step in to guarantee a slew of public services that the firm had provided. A handful of workers in high-visibility jackets could be seen still on the building site this week, on a bitterly cold day, nine months after that section of the route was expected to open.

  • Reuters9 minutes ago

    Road to ruin? Carillion collapse puts spotlight on UK outsourcing model

    LONDON/BALMEDIE, Scotland, Jan 19 (Reuters) - In Balmedie, a village on the northeast coast of Scotland, an unfinished 12 km stretch of dual carriageway is a stark illustration of why British construction company Carillion went bust this week. Britain's biggest corporate failure in almost a decade threatens thousands of jobs and has forced the government to step in to guarantee a slew of public services that the firm had provided. Carillion's collapse has ignited a row over Britain's system of outsourcing public services - everything from school meals and prison security to the maintenance of nuclear warheads - to competing private companies who rely on government work for a large part of their income.

  • Is There Now An Opportunity In Carillion plc (LON:CLLN)?
    Simply Wall St.8 hours ago

    Is There Now An Opportunity In Carillion plc (LON:CLLN)?

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  • Reuters20 hours ago

    Britain's banks provide support for firms hit by Carillion collapse

    Britain's biggest banks have announced a range of measures to support firms and contractors hit by the collapse of construction outsourcing company Carillion. The banks, including the Royal Bank of Scotland, Lloyds Banking Group and HSBC, said on Thursday they would open funds for business customers in Carillion's supply chain. Meanwhile Nationwide Building Society will employ around 250 contractors from the company, meaning their jobs will be saved.

  • Reuters20 hours ago

    LPC-UK banks bear the brunt of Carillion's collapse

    Five UK banks are facing heavy losses on loans to Carillion, after irreconcilable differences between the company, its lenders and the government pushed the UK construction and services group into liquidation on Monday, sources said. Royal Bank of Scotland (RBS), HSBC, Santander, Lloyds and Barclays are among the most heavily exposed after providing £140m of emergency loans in September 2017 and are also lenders on a £790m revolving credit facility.

  • Reuters20 hours ago

    Britain's banks provide support for firms hit by Carillion collapse

    Britain's biggest banks have announced a range of measures to support firms and contractors hit by the collapse of construction outsourcing company Carillion. The banks, including the Royal Bank of Scotland, Lloyds Banking Group and HSBC, said on Thursday they would open funds for business customers in Carillion's supply chain. Meanwhile Nationwide Building Society (POB_p.L) will employ around 250 contractors from the company, meaning their jobs will be saved.

  • Reuters21 hours ago

    Britain's banks provide support for firms hit by Carillion collapse

    Britain's biggest banks have announced a range of measures to support firms and contractors hit by the collapse of construction outsourcing company Carillion. The banks, including the Royal Bank of Scotland, Lloyds Banking Group and HSBC, said on Thursday they would open funds for business customers in Carillion's supply chain.

  • TheStreet.comyesterday

    Collapse of Big U.K. Government Contractor Could Hit the Pound

    The collapse of U.K.'s Carillion infrastructure giant could boost government borrowing, hurting the British pound.

  • Reutersyesterday

    UK taxpayers paying billions more for privately funded projects – watchdog

    British taxpayers are spending billions of pounds more on hospitals and schools funded by private companies, a parliamentary watchdog said on Thursday, amid fresh concerns about whether companies should be given the work. The report, by the National Audit Office (NAO), said relying on privately financing public projects is typically more expensive than using taxpayers' money. A group of schools typically cost 40 percent more to build and a hospital 70 percent more than if they were financed by government borrowing, the report said.

  • U.K. Spends $14 Billion Per Year on Carillion-Style Projects
    Bloomberg2 days ago

    U.K. Spends $14 Billion Per Year on Carillion-Style Projects

    The U.K. government spends 10.3 billion pounds ($14.3 billion) a year servicing public-private contracts of the the type it awarded to Carillion Plc, which went into liquidation Monday.

  • Hedge Funds Are Buying Carillion Debt for Pennies
    Bloomberg2 days ago

    Hedge Funds Are Buying Carillion Debt for Pennies

    It may have collapsed under 1.6 billion pounds ($2.2 billion) of debt, but for some investors, Carillion Plc still has more to offer.

  • Reuters2 days ago

    After Carillion, Interserve shares hit by report that Britain is 'worried' about firm

    Shares in British contractor Interserve dropped on Wednesday after a report the government was monitoring the company, exacerbating worries about the sector two days after the collapse of competitor Carillion. Carillion entered liquidation on Monday and many of Britain's outsourcers such as Capita, Mitie and Interserve have struggled after taking on work at low prices for long-running fixed-rate contracts following the financial crisis. The Financial Times reported that ministers were "very worried" about Interserve, a major player in the outsourcing industry, managing facilities including washrooms and waste management at most of Britain's busiest rail stations and some government departments.

  • Reuters2 days ago

    After Carillion, Interserve shares hit by report that Britain is "worried" about firm

    Shares in British contractor Interserve dropped on Wednesday after a report the government was monitoring the company, exacerbating worries about the sector two days after the collapse of competitor Carillion. Carillion entered liquidation on Monday and many of Britain's outsourcers such as Capita, Mitie and Interserve have struggled after taking on work at low prices for long-running fixed-rate contracts following the financial crisis.

  • MarketWatch2 days ago

    FTSE 100 ends lower for third straight day as Burberry, Pearson drop sharply

    U.K. stocks close lower Wednesday, with a slide in shares of fashion house Burberry Group PLC and publisher Pearson PLC leading the blue-chip market to its third consecutive drop.

  • Schuldschein Boom to Ride Out Carillion Collapse, Steinhoff Woes
    Bloomberg2 days ago

    Schuldschein Boom to Ride Out Carillion Collapse, Steinhoff Woes

    Investors in the surging Schuldschein market have been left unperturbed by recent losses at two major borrowers.

  • Reuters2 days ago

    May pressured to safeguard jobs after Carillion's collapse

    Britain needs to allow more time for firms to take on 8,500 workers whose jobs are threatened by the demise of Carillion, unions said on Wednesday, as Prime Minister Theresa May faced criticism for the way the government outsources public services. Infrastructure company Carillion collapsed on Monday when its banks pulled the plug, forcing the government to step in to guarantee services ranging from school meals to roadworks that the company had previously provided. Britain has said it will only pay Carillion workers on private sector contracts for 48 hours after the infrastructure firm’s fall and not offer them the same protection as those in the public sector.

  • Reuters2 days ago

    UK PM May pressured to safeguard jobs after Carillion's collapse

    Britain needs to allow more time for firms to take on 8,500 workers whose jobs are threatened by the demise of Carillion, unions said on Wednesday, as Prime Minister Theresa May faced criticism for the way the government outsources public services. Infrastructure company Carillion collapsed on Monday when its banks pulled the plug, forcing the government to step in to guarantee services ranging from school meals to roadworks that the company had previously provided.

  • Reuters2 days ago

    UK banks take steps to ease fallout from Carillion collapse

    Britain's banks are offering overdraft extensions and other emergency measures to help firms hit by the collapse of construction company Carillion, the banking sector's trade body said on Wednesday. Britain's biggest corporate failure in a decade took place after banks pulled the plug, but UK Finance said lenders were taking steps to ease the impact on small firms affected by the liquidation.

  • Reuters2 days ago

    Over 90 percent of private Carillion customers will pay to keep employees - UK insolvency service

    Over 90 percent of Carillion's private sector service customers have said they will provide funding to allow the company's official receiver to retain employees on those contracts, Britain's Insolvency Service said on Wednesday. The construction and services contractor collapsed on Monday, and the government said it would pay private sector employees for 48 hours before the company's customers would have to bear the costs themselves, or accept termination of the contracts.

  • Reuters2 days ago

    Keep going to work, May tells public service employees at Carillion

    British Prime Minister Theresa May urged workers employed by failed services and construction company Carillion for public service contracts to keep going to work confident that they will be paid. "This has been a difficult time for a number of people concerned about their jobs, about public services and about their pensions," she told parliament.

  • Reuters2 days ago

    UK tells banks to remember small companies not to blame for Carillion's collapse

    Britain's business minister Greg Clark told banks on Wednesday that it is important they remember small businesses were not to blame for construction company Carillion's collapse, Prime Minister Theresa May's spokesman said. "The business secretary was clear that obviously SMEs (Small and Medium-sized Entities) were not the reason for the collapse of Carillion and it was important that the banks had that in mind," the spokesman told reporters. Britain's banks are offering overdraft extensions and other emergency measures to help firms hit by the collapse.

  • Reuters2 days ago

    UK tells banks to remember small companies not to blame for Carillion's collapse

    Britain's business minister Greg Clark told banks on Wednesday that it is important they remember small businesses were not to blame for construction company Carillion's collapse, Prime Minister Theresa May's spokesman said. "The business secretary was clear that obviously SMEs (Small and Medium-sized Entities) were not the reason for the collapse of Carillion and it was important that the banks had that in mind," the spokesman told reporters. Britain's banks are offering overdraft extensions and other emergency measures to help firms hit by the collapse.

  • Reuters2 days ago

    UK business minister tells banks not to blame small companies for Carillion's collapse

    Britain's business minister Greg Clark told banks on Wednesday that it is important they do not blame small businesses for failed construction company Carillion's collapse, the prime minister's spokesman ...

  • Reuters2 days ago

    Over 90 pct of private Carillion customers will pay to keep employees - UK insolvency service

    Over 90 percent of Carillion's private sector service customers have said they will provide funding to allow the company's official receiver to retain employees on those contracts, Britain's Insolvency Service said on Wednesday. The construction and services contractor collapsed on Monday, and the government said it would pay private sector employees for 48 hours before the company's customers would have to bear the costs themselves, or accept termination of the contracts.

  • Reuters2 days ago

    Keep going to work, Britain's May tells public service employees at Carillion

    British Prime Minister Theresa May urged workers employed by failed services and construction company Carillion for public service contracts to keep going to work confident that they will be paid. "This has been a difficult time for a number of people concerned about their jobs, about public services and about their pensions," she told parliament. "I want first of all ... to provide reassurance to all employees who were working on public services for Carillion that they should continue to turn up to work confident in the knowledge that they'll be paid for the work they're providing." (Reporting by William James, writing by Elizabeth Piper.