Share Name Share Symbol Market Type Share ISIN Share Description
Bango Plc LSE:BGO London Ordinary Share GB00B0BRN552 ORD 20P
  Price Change % Change Share Price Bid Price Offer Price High Price Low Price Open Price Shares Traded Last Trade
  +2.00p +0.85% 238.50p 235.00p 242.00p 238.50p 236.50p 236.50p 67,202 10:15:02
Industry Sector Turnover (m) Profit (m) EPS - Basic PE Ratio Market Cap (m)
Software & Computer Services 2.6 -4.7 -6.8 - 157.82

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10/10/201709:05UKREGBango PLC Total Voting Rights
25/9/201714:09UKREGBango PLC Grant of Options
20/9/201717:02UKREGBango PLC Holding(s) in Company
19/9/201711:22ALNCBango Interim Loss Narrows As End-User Spend Doubles
19/9/201707:47ALNCFAlliance News Flash Headline
19/9/201707:00UKREGBango PLC Interim Results
05/9/201711:40UKREGBango PLC Total Voting Rights
01/9/201709:00UKREGBango PLC Block Listing 6 Monthly Return
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27/7/201711:15UKREGBango PLC Director/PDMR Shareholding
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18/10/201719:06Bango - Signs company maker deal with Facebook2,069
31/7/201708:42Taking breather1
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Bango Plc Daily Update: Bango Plc is listed in the Software & Computer Services sector of the London Stock Exchange with ticker BGO. The last closing price for Bango Plc was 236.50p.
Bango Plc has a 4 week average price of 226p and a 12 week average price of 197.50p.
The 1 year high share price is 279p while the 1 year low share price is currently 66.50p.
There are currently 66,172,331 shares in issue and the average daily traded volume is 176,976 shares. The market capitalisation of Bango Plc is £157,821,009.44.
nimbo1: look at the price graph - the share price goes up and down in an upward trend - it is volatile because there is no liquidity. If you can't handle it just sell up and move on because no point in stressing.
simonsaid1: I assume you are new to this share, bookbroker. This isn't really pullback, this is a highly illiquid share, so very volatile, look at the tiny volumes. Every time there's an RNS, the price rockets forward and then leans slightly back after the initial surge. Market collapse? Oh, are you a troll? I am happy to disucuss Bango as a business with anyone, but trader-speak about the share price is dull. This is a fundamental investment.
simonsaid1: Absolutely Nimbo, this year's H2 results will be the most important yet for Bango, IMO. Firstly they will be the first to show full operational profit, given Ray told Simon Thompson that the transition was weeks away when the H1 results call came (so around now!), and momentum alone was well on track to take that out, let alone the acceleration from Amazon Japan kicking into life. ... which brings us to point 2, as the first full half with Amazon Japan, the H2 figures could be very, very strong, even more than the exceptional H1. A lot of people don't understand that in Japan, DCB is normalised and truly a huge market, and Bango has Amazon and the major mobile service providers onboard. This is an enormous deal. Thirdly, by then there will be many other new clients using Bango. We know there are plenty in the pipeline (this is regularly mentioned). The IC podcast let us know that many other retailers small and large are queueing up for Bango DCB routes. Finally, Bango Boost is being deployed to more and more exiting routes, so the EUS from existing clients continues to ramp up and will doubtless feed into H2 figures significantly. Fourthly, Simon Thompson expects further Amazon territories to follow and that could happen any time. Maybe not this year, but who knows? Amazon is not known to move slowly when something works well for them, and DCB is popular in the emerging markets where Amazon is putting a lot of its expansion efforts these days. That's all potential fuel for H2 results. For shareholders, alongside all this, the spectre of a buyout remains, regardless of what each of us thinks of its likelihood. When Mr Market scents a potential major buyout, share prices often increase in anticipation. All this said, I fully accept that the lack of liquidity and subsequent volatility of this share is not fun for investors (though it offers plenty of easy buy moments on the dips, albeit difficult to buy very many!). As such, whilst I expect the share price for Bango to progress to high single-digit £s (with no need for any external funding or placings, thank goodness), I am content to wait a while and just quietly accumulate.
bookbroker: So what’s with the falling share price, someone keeps remarking how BGO gives and gives, most of the time it’s on the take, I’m holding a tiny amount, might acquire another nibble!
nimbo1: v good chance the share price will double form here over the next 12 months imo
nimrod22: On the way to the IC suggested 300p share price
bookbroker: I keep reading about the way cashless transactions are the way forward, certainly not in the UK, it is part of our culture to pay cash in many circumstances, many folk have no credit rating and therefore cannot have a credit card or direct debit phone arrangement, they have to use phone cards, pay for gas, electricity in stores, paying for goods via your phone bill is another nail in the coffin for the global debt! I have invested here, years ago and earlier this year, sold out, watching again but been in Wand., Bgo, looked at Tap., three cos. with explosive share price in 2017, fascinating stuff! On the LSE there are not many pure tech plays, so these three provide much excitement, but I still believe a general correction around the corner, been saying that for years but cheap credit and a few mega caps driving the US., all crazy stuff against massive global debt, but who really cares, it's all about now and screw tomorrow!
nimrod22: Does the American market have much effect on the BGO share price??
simonsaid1: A lot of the increase BGO is seeing is because people are reading the latest Investor's Chronicle article on Brexit-proof shares, but this takeover talk is undoubtedly helping too. And all this before H1 results (which may get another mention from Simon Thompson), and before the trading updates in the months after that which will be the first to show the transformative effect of Amazon Japan getting on-board - which itself is likely just the first of many Amazon rollouts for Bango around the world. And all this while circa 200 new routes are being added elsewhere... Any takeover offer would have to take into account these big contracts and the momentum of the business. Today's MCap/share price is vastly lower than any takeover number would need to be. Exciting times to be here!
simonsaid1: Well if the share price keeps up this momentum, a buyout becomes less and less attractive. I'm sure Bango are conscious of the need to keep the good news flowing to keep the stock price up and ward off buyouts. The danger is a copycat product from an existing major player, but that's always been a risk and Bango have simply outflanked them by being agile, easy to integrate and low cost. I don't ramp my shares as hype growth never lasts and I'm an investor, not a trader. But as long as the share price keeps ticking up, buyout becomes unlikely, or will happen at such a high price that we'll all be happy (though I'd likely sell, as I've invested in the current management style as much as the product).
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