Share Name Share Symbol Market Type Share ISIN Share Description
Connect Group LSE:CNCT London Ordinary Share GB00B17WCR61 ORD 5P
  Price Change % Change Share Price Bid Price Offer Price High Price Low Price Open Price Shares Traded Last Trade
  +0.25p +0.20% 126.00p 125.25p 126.00p 126.00p 124.75p 125.75p 100,416 16:35:29
Industry Sector Turnover (m) Profit (m) EPS - Basic PE Ratio Market Cap (m)
Media 1,906.5 41.9 13.7 9.2 311.42

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2017-05-26 16:15:01125.25100,000125,250.00O
2017-05-26 16:15:01125.00200,000250,000.00NT
2017-05-26 16:15:01125.00100,000125,000.00NT
2017-05-26 15:50:48125.521,0681,340.56NT
2017-05-26 15:35:29126.006,9208,719.20UT
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Connect Daily Update: Connect Group is listed in the Media sector of the London Stock Exchange with ticker CNCT. The last closing price for Connect was 125.75p.
Connect Group has a 4 week average price of 121p and a 12 week average price of 121p.
The 1 year high share price is 168p while the 1 year low share price is currently 121p.
There are currently 247,159,565 shares in issue and the average daily traded volume is 406,823 shares. The market capitalisation of Connect Group is £311,421,051.90.
robow: from Questor in The Daily Telegraph on 2nd May Connect Last week's interims clearly did not enthuse everyone, as Connect's shares slipped, leaving us sitting on a loss on the book and newspaper distribution and parcel freight expert. Management increased the interim dividend by 3pc. This means the 7.8pc prospective dividend yield should be enough to keep income-seekers happy, even if growth-hunters may prefer to wait for the next step in the company's strategic development. The sale of the education and care operations is a huge step and the company is investing in new systems to improve efficiencies and capitalise on returns services deals with Amazon and French Connection. Further signs of an upturn in book sales after years of decline would be an unexpected, if welcome, boost. Questor says: Hold Ticker: CNCT Share price at close: 126p
speedsgh: Not sure the CEO & his wife's relatively small purchases yesterday will be anywhere near enough to reverse sentiment here. Share price is now making new lows which is not reassuring.
dogwalker: I hope we don't die of old age waiting for this company's share price to start heading north .
edmundshaw: fenners, I think you are a bit overly negative. In the past Connect/Smiths has promised many efficiency savings, and as far as I know has delivered them very well; so I expect they will continue to do so. I agree parcel services is a wait-and-see. Education is being sold at a profit, but that is no great shakes. However the loss of profits will be partly offset by reduced interest payments, and of course will also allow more focused management. Not sure why you are confused by the pensions. Did you read the relevant note, right before "RISKS AND UNCERTAINTIES"? Thre are multiple defined pensions, and the large surplus is trapped in one of them and so of no benefit to the company. I think this has been a disappointing half, but nothing to panic about, and all in the rather low share price.
lord gnome: Not the most exciting or convincing statement I've ever read, but at least management seems to know where they want to go with the company. I think we may be in for a longer period of adjustment and realignment and I can't see the share price doing much until tangible results can be seen. In the meantime, at least I have a very decent dividend to console me. I can't see the share price going much, if any, lower, but I could be wrong.
anley: So a special profit made and the cash goes into reducing the debt until such time as its needed to repay its annual payment on the debt raised longish term for the transport deal. So a very flexible position to be in BUT the market does not give it credit and the share price has done nothing over the past 4 years. Will sit this out having built up a position for my family fund and a 7% yield.
anley: You may be right but have a look at how the share price has moved - very interesting. Who would want to bid for this well run company which seems to be unloved by the City?
owenga: 6p dividend, 7p drop in share price, hopefully it will pick up towards the trading update at end of January.
edmundshaw: Ex div tomorrow, so last chance to buy today. I already have plenty, and sometimes the share price takes time to recover from ex div on this one, but I am pretty hopeful for that trading update. Online shopping seems to be taking a bigger hold nowadays...
billy5: You are right, its very difficult to predict a share price, BUT with the carrot of 6.5p dangling, dont you think that there will be some interest in these come early Jan? These touched 160p not that long ago. He who dares wins Rodders. Its just the way I see things but dyor.
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