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CSR, CSR LIMITED
prakashd3000
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In Reply To: batikit's post @ May 2 2012, 07:47 AM

I bought into CSR because I thought it was a fundamentally good company. I do not understand charts. I get the impression you do. Please let me know if you have any information to share. Thanks

 
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In Reply To: prakashd3000's post @ Feb 29 2012, 02:26 PM

Does this one look like a break out ?

The resistance line is quite consistent + positive divergence and vol increasing. Yesterday's candle might indicate reversal but overall the chart looks good ...

I bought some at $1.77 , let's see .....
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prakashd3000
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In Reply To: nipper's post @ Feb 22 2012, 01:00 PM

Hi Guys,

Thanks for your thoughts. Stuck with a huge parcel bought at around $ 3.55-$3.60. Will try and get out at a rise.

 
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In Reply To: early birds's post @ Feb 22 2012, 12:57 PM

not quite eb

after the split and reconfiguring, it was $3.50 a year ago . and has been sold down steadily, since



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In Reply To: prakashd3000's post @ Feb 22 2012, 12:26 PM

CSR price has dived from $3.60 to $ 1.90. Anyone have thoughts on this share
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what do you mean "dived"?? far as i know it had a spliting and sold a part to chinese during that time.

it is a dead duck stock though!



 
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In Reply To: prakashd3000's post @ Feb 22 2012, 12:26 PM

CSR - a short sellers paradise. Poorly performing assets, overpaid for Pilkington, sluggish growth in Buildings, aluminium also hitting headwinds ... and very very slim likelihood of a takeover because of asbestos liabilities



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prakashd3000
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CSR price has dived from $3.60 to $ 1.90. Anyone have thoughts on this share?

 
plastic
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I bet this guy is sniffing around CSR. May even be involved already. CSR, Carter Holt Harvey and FBU all have aligned, I mean, competing interests. And in other areas so does Visy.

Surely, all these synergies can be combined somehow.


Hart tight-lipped on sale reports

Last updated 13:27 04/02/2010
New Zealand's richest man, Graeme Hart, is not commenting on reports he is considering selling part or all of the global packaging business he has built up. The Australian Financial Review reported yesterday that Mr Hart's wholly-owned Rank Group may consider a $A8 billion ($NZ10 billion) overseas sharemarket float or trade sale this year.

The Business Herald reported today that the sale would comprise a small portion of Mr Hart's packaging empire in the Northern Hemisphere.

Rank Group has built up a global packaging business since it took over New Zealand's Carter Hold Harvey.

Rank wholly owns Beverage Packaging Holdings Group, which is based in Europe. The company's 2008 annual report said it had 19 percent of the global aseptic beverage carton market behind Tetra Pak with 80 percent.

The market share is higher in traditional markets as the company did not historically compete in every country. In 2007 its market share in Europe was 27 percent.

Rank Group also owns Reynolds Consumer, a leading supplier of aluminium foil, plastic wraps and bags in the US. It has a closures business that is the leading global supplier of plastic closures for beverage packages.

Mr Hart's strategy is typically to build businesses with number one or two market positions, control costs, focus on core strengths and maximise cash flows.



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In Reply To: moosey's post @ Feb 3 2010, 03:45 PM

Maybe its a cornerstone in a JV subsidiary.





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In Reply To: farmer fred's post @ Feb 3 2010, 03:10 PM

If the court won't allow the demerger then I also doubt whether they would allow the takeover by Bright Food Group, for exactly the same reasons put forward? where to from here?



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