Charter Court Share Price (CCFS)

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Price 295.00on 18-10-2019 at 16:30:00
Change 0.00 0.00%
Buy 292.50
Sell 291.00
Buy / Sell CCFS Shares
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Last Trade: Buy 600,279 at 295.03p
Day's Volume: 921,548
Last Close: 283.00p
Open: 283.00p
ISIN: GB00BD822578
Day's Range 281.00p - 295.00p
52wk Range: 224.20p - 375.00p
Market Capitalisation: £706m
VWAP: 0.00p
Shares in Issue: 239m

Recent Trades History Charter Court (CCFS)

Buy/Sell Volume Trade Prc Trade Type Trade Time
17:44:35 - 04-Oct-19
17:06:49 - 04-Oct-19
16:51:30 - 04-Oct-19
Buy*837,615295.00Uncrossing Trade
16:35:25 - 04-Oct-19
Buy*325292.50Automatic Execution
16:29:57 - 04-Oct-19
Sell*3,181291.00Automatic Execution
16:29:55 - 04-Oct-19
Buy*28292.50Automatic Execution
16:29:52 - 04-Oct-19
Sell*47291.00Automatic Execution
16:28:55 - 04-Oct-19
Sell*166291.00Automatic Execution
16:28:55 - 04-Oct-19
Sell*589291.00Automatic Execution
16:26:55 - 04-Oct-19

Share Price History for Charter Court

Time period:
Date Open High Low Close
3rd Oct 2019 (Thu)295.00295.00281.50284.75
2nd Oct 2019 (Wed)306.50306.50287.50299.50
1st Oct 2019 (Tue)303.00309.00297.50299.50
30th Sep 2019 (Mon)302.00309.00301.50303.00
27th Sep 2019 (Fri)304.50308.50302.00304.50
26th Sep 2019 (Thu)292.00303.00292.00301.75
25th Sep 2019 (Wed)297.50299.00290.00298.25
24th Sep 2019 (Tue)301.50311.00297.00297.75
23rd Sep 2019 (Mon)305.00313.50302.50305.00
20th Sep 2019 (Fri)310.00316.00304.00312.25
19th Sep 2019 (Thu)309.50309.50298.00303.75
18th Sep 2019 (Wed)310.00310.00299.00304.50

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