Share Name Share Symbol Market Type Share ISIN Share Description
Connect Grp 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
  -3.25p -2.24% 141.75p 141.00p 142.00p 142.00p 140.00p 142.00p 87,209.00 16:35:29
Industry Sector Turnover (m) Profit (m) EPS - Basic PE Ratio Market Cap (m)
Media 1,906.5 41.9 13.7 10.3 350.35

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Connect Grp Daily Update: Connect Grp is listed in the Media sector of the London Stock Exchange with ticker CNCT. The last closing price for Connect Grp was 145p.
Connect Grp has a 4 week average price of 139.88p and a 12 week average price of 146p.
The 1 year high share price is 175p while the 1 year low share price is currently 126.50p.
There are currently 247,159,565 shares in issue and the average daily traded volume is 86,693 shares. The market capitalisation of Connect Grp is £350,348,683.39.
edmundshaw: XD today, so add back 3p to the share price for comparison with recent history...
edmundshaw: Had these 4 and a half years now, no complaints, with nearly half my original investment returned in dividends and a doubling of the share price. And still undervalued.
lord gnome: Headline numbers look very good and Mark Cashmore sounds very bullish for the future. Perhaps this statement might just be what we need to turn the tide for Connect's share price.
edmundshaw: See the directors have got new options about 10% below the current price. Nice timing... At least it is better than quite a few companies I have/am invested in, where the exercise price is nil. So more skin in the game, as with an exercise price near to the current price there is a far greater leverage to the options on share price upside from here.
lord gnome: Not at all happy with this continued dripping away of the share price. Looks as though we could have a determined seller. Normally the market is trying to tell us something when this happens, but in the absence of any bad news this might just be a fantastic buying opportunity. Pity I am fully loaded.
edmundshaw: Yes, basically our shares are cheaper by 10% as the rights shares were at a steep discount at 102p. The average price of shares was therefore c.10% lower, so the dividend is rebased by that 10%. If there had been no discount to the rights shares, there would be fewer shares and the dividend would actually be higher (for the same cost to the company). Same difference. On the price side, if the stock should have been valued at 200p, that should also be adjusted downwards to around 178p, or if 170p, to 155p. So our expectations for the share price should also be shifted down by around 10% (assuming you think Tufnells will give the same ROCE as the rest of the company). Anyway, a very nice yield and a cheap stock in my view.
germalene: Advice please..... Today is the 7th January, tomorrow, the 8th January CNCT goes ex-dividend paying .06p, which seems a fairly good return on the offer share price (as I type) of 154.75p. So, would shares purchased today (7th Jan) still attract the dividend? I ask as I can see no obvious reason for the share price drop today prior to ex-dividend.
contrarian2investor: Bakunin, Hopefully the next set of positive news flow, will send CNCT through £1.90p and then we could easily see the share price nearer to £2 before year end.
fenners66: Noticed today the share price is back down below 150. So reminded myself where this is at only to find that they are due to report tomorrow so good timing, I will look out for the announcement in the morning. Seems so far I was vindicated in selling and looking at the chart is that a head and shoulders? If this continues to drift and the yield rises again I may be tempted, but really to buy in I would like to see some more positives.
fenners66: Well i sold out at over £2 having held since 75p. A bit early as they rose and last time on here said I would look again if they got back to 150. However the language in the recent trading statement is more of the same from when I sold - that is that they are not trumpeting growth in the new divisions. We know they have a solid if declining core business that will support the dividend, however I bought originally on a much higher prospective yield. I am therefore still in the same position and looking for that yield to improve (share price decline, more likely than uplift in coupon), before coming back in. This did stabilise last time at 150 and may well again. But I would prefer to back yield elsewhere at the moment. Will keep it on my watch list.
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