Share Name Share Symbol Market Type Share ISIN Share Description
Cityfibre LSE:CITY London Ordinary Share GB00BH581H10 ORD 1P
  Price Change % Change Share Price Bid Price Offer Price High Price Low Price Open Price Shares Traded Last Trade
  +0.00p +0.00% 57.00p 56.00p 58.00p 57.00p 57.00p 57.00p 59,506.00 08:00:00
Industry Sector Turnover (m) Profit (m) EPS - Basic PE Ratio Market Cap (m)
Software & Computer Services 6.4 -6.4 -6.0 - 151.43

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05/12/2016
08:20
Cityfibre Daily Update: Cityfibre is listed in the Software & Computer Services sector of the London Stock Exchange with ticker CITY. The last closing price for Cityfibre was 57p.
Cityfibre has a 4 week average price of 55.60p and a 12 week average price of 59.29p.
The 1 year high share price is 72.50p while the 1 year low share price is currently 43.50p.
There are currently 265,672,644 shares in issue and the average daily traded volume is 115,099 shares. The market capitalisation of Cityfibre is £151,433,407.08.
10/10/2016
18:21
rambutan2: Director share sales, and a brief explanation: http://uk.advfn.com/stock-market/london/cityfibre-CITY/share-news/CityFibre-Infrastructure-Hldgs-PLC-Director-PDMR-S/72630268
18/4/2016
13:34
twistednik: In for a small holding. It's a long-term play and all about getting to £100m of EBITDA by 2020 which will see the share price significantly higher (other sector multiples trading at 10-15x EV/EBITDA). If all goes well we'll be left with a strong defensible infrastructure network generating annuity income for a long-time thereafter. Capex investment is clearly large to build out the network and the sooner the expensive debt (c.10% cost incl. LIBOR) can be taken out the better. It's not without significant execution risks however lessons have been learned since the 90s cable boom and bust and Management appear to have a sensible approach to execution. Less bothered with short-term profits / losses as the business model is about long-term growth and it's been indicated we should break even this year. If it's still loss making by FY18, that's when to start worrying ! One major selling point for me unlike a lot of 'jam tomorrow' companies is that they are investing in something tangible which has actual value as long as they can maintain their technological advantage (another business risk) and profits are on the horizon. I'm sure there will be lots of movements up and down in the share price over the next couple of years before we start seeing real profit and decent pre-capex cash generation. May look to top-up on the dips if the news flow keeps moving in the right direction. I think it's reasonable value in the 50s and just on the right side risk / reward wise. dyor etc
07/4/2016
00:54
rambutan2: And big recovery in share price as large overhang cleared.
07/4/2016
00:47
rambutan2: Couple of wins this week: http://uk.advfn.com/stock-market/london/cityfibre-CITY/share-news/CityFibre-Infrastructure-Hldgs-PLC-New-partners-fo/70996818 http://uk.advfn.com/stock-market/london/cityfibre-CITY/share-news/CityFibre-Infrastructure-Hldgs-PLC-First-capacity/71014366
05/4/2016
11:23
thomasthetank1: Read Liberum’s note on CityFibre Infrastructure (CITY), out this morning, by visiting www.research-tree.com … "CityFibre has announced two contract wins which highlight the value opportunity in the network acquired from KCOM earlier this year; a combined minimum total contract value (TCV) of £4.9m over a six-year period demonstrates the potentially to rapidly commercialise the enlarged network footprint. Following recent weakness, the share price looks a very attractive entry point for equity investors..."
17/8/2012
13:30
freds13: Come on Monty, surely you don`t begrudge little ol` City having a few decades in the sun - do you ? Further to your IPO, this makes interesting reading for me but not quite so good for you : http://www.telegraph.co.uk/finance/markets/9480720/Manchester-Uniteds-share-price-drops-to-record-low.html
17/8/2012
13:23
freds13: Interesting stuff from the Andersblog about our poor neighbours : Friday, 10 August 2012 The MUFC IPO - why the club won't benefit for over two years... So the Manchester United IPO has finally happened. Having failed in Hong Kong and Singapore, the Glazers and their increasingly desperate bankers ditched their own ludicrous $16-20 per share price range and the shares have limped on to the NYSE at a still very, very aggressive price of $14 per share. The whole saga has been a grubby and unedifying spectacle in our club's history that does very, very little indeed to improve the club's finances. The whole exercise has only been undertaken to help the Glazer family with their cash flow problems. From the latest SEC filing we have confirmation that at the lower issue price, the club will receive net proceeds (after underwriters' discounts and commissions) of c. $110.3m (around £70.7m). The club will use all this $110.3m to repay $101.7m face value (£63.6m) of the 2017 US$ notes at a price of 108.375% of nominal value. These US$ notes pay 8.375% interest so the annual saving before tax will be: £63.6m x 8.375% = £5.3m per year Because interest is tax deductible, this reduction in interest paid will increase taxable profits. As a consequence of the IPO, United will pay US Federal Income Taxes at a rate of 35%. The net interest saving after tax will therefore be: £5.3m x (1 - 0.35) = £3.46m per year This net saving is the equivalent of the matchday income from one game at Old Trafford. It is just over 1% of the club's annual revenue and around 3-4% of EBITDA. Before any United fans begin celebrating this tiny saving, there is a further sting in the tail. The prospectus informs us that the club, and not the family, will bear the expenses of the IPO. From page 151 we can see that these expenses total $12.3m (c. £7.9m). With so little debt repaid and United bearing the £7.9m of expenses, it will take until the end of 2014 for the club to even break-even from the IPO, let alone benefit financially. And the Glazer family? They receive their $110m straight away. That's "Glazernomics" folks.....!
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