Share Name Share Symbol Market Type Share ISIN Share Description
Euromoney Institutional Invest. LSE:ERM London Ordinary Share GB0006886666 ORD 0.25P
  Price Change % Change Share Price Bid Price Offer Price High Price Low Price Open Price Shares Traded Last Trade
  +0.00p +0.00% 1,120.00p 1,102.00p 1,116.00p 1,130.00p 1,081.00p 1,108.00p 16,933.00 16:35:21
Industry Sector Turnover (m) Profit (m) EPS - Basic PE Ratio Market Cap (m)
Media 403.1 43.9 24.3 46.1 1,437.04

Euromoney Institutional Invest Share Discussion Threads

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21/7/2016
09:26
Underlying Subscription revenue growth appear to have stabilised as expected with sub 1% in Q2 being followed by +1% Q3. At the group level both underlying and reported growth was -1% reflecting the weakness in advertising (-14%) and lower delegate revenues (partly driven by training course terminations), but offset by healthy Sponsorship growth (+9%). At the Interims stage the Company showed that its indicators showed a path of stabilisation in subscriptions and possible improvement later in the year. At this stage there appear to be too many caveats to be confident given BREXIT impact potential and the uncertainty around trading in ERM’s largest month (September). Update from Singers Https://www.research-tree.com/Company/GB0006886666
kingcashbilly
22/3/2013
16:08
Euromoney issued a resilient pre-close trading update this morning ahead of the announcement of its results for H1 2013. Global financial institutions continue to make cuts in staff numbers which reduces the potential readership of the Company's specialist financial, commodity and metals online publications. Revenues for H1 2013 are therefore expected to show a fall of 1%, largely down to timing differences on events. Subscription income, which now makes up a majority of revenues, is expected to remain unchanged. Despite stagnant sales, pre-tax adjusted profits are expected to be up almost 5% at £51m but this might well prove too conservative. Last year's trading statement estimated H1 2012 pre-tax profits at £47m but the actual number came in at £48.6m, suggesting pre-tax profits for H1 2013 may come in just shy of £53m. Euromoney is a quality franchise, generating operating margins of 29.9% and adjusted returns on total tangible assets of 56%. Companies generating high returns on tangible assets tend to be very cash generative as less need be spent replacing physical assets. Additionally, over half of Euromoney's revenue comes from subscription income which is paid in advance. The Company can leverage its strong free cashflow to finance acquisitions without recourse to shareholders for new money. So even if the economic environment remains challenging, Euromoney should be able to continue to grow EPS. In fact, since the onset of the financial crises in 2008, EPS will have risen by nearly 61% by September 2013 (based on consensus forecasts for 2013). The Company trades on a rolling 12 month P/E multiple of 12.8 and a price to free cashflow multiple of just 10.8. This seems too cheap given the downside risks are mitigated by subscription income, its strong free cashflow funds earnings enhancing deals and any global economic recovery will likely boost flagging advertising revenues and further build subscription income.
boros10
17/5/2012
17:50
Looking Up For Euromoney EUROMONEY BUOYED BY ONLINE MIGRATION Euromoney Institutional Investor, the international publishing and events group, says it is successfully migrating to online offerings as subscription growth outpaces advertising decline. The company, which publishes Euromoney and Metal Bulletin, saw revenues in the six months to the end of March increase by 13% over the prior year to £189.4m. Underlying revenues, excluding acquisitions, increased by 5%. Headline subscription revenues (including acquisitions) increased by 22% and accounted for 53% of the group's revenues for the period compared to 49% in the prior year. This is crucial, Euromoney does not want to be caught relying on print advertising revenues which dropped 9% during the half year. Underlying subscription revenues (excluding acquisitions) increased by 7%, while the adjusted operating margin was unchanged at 30%. Advertising revenues fell 9% on the prior year to £24.9m The company makes great play of net debt now at £88.5m, below annual underlying earnings and providing headroom for more acquisitions, which Euromoney makes clear is a key part of its strategy. Commenting on the first half results, Chairman Padraic Fallon said: "The company delivered strong organic growth, as well as the benefits of acquisitions. Research and data revenue growth of 33% highlights the group's progress to an online information business. "The outlook for financial markets still looks tough, particularly in the Eurozone. In contrast, sentiment in US markets is improving, and emerging markets remain in reasonable health as measures to control inflation in key markets such as China appear to be working. Overall trading remains in line with the board's expectations." The shares were flat in early trading but have risen 17.7% so far this year. P.S. Here's a couple of links about SCLP, one of the hottest stocks at the moment: http://www.euroinvestor.com/community/discussionthread.aspx?threadid=252803 http://www.euroinvestor.com/community/discussionthread.aspx?threadid=253089
northernlass
19/1/2011
20:27
shoee. AGM is tomorrow, which explains price action today. Market expecting a positive update.
attrader
19/1/2011
14:46
Yes in these from 630, was wondering when the next t/s or results are out. looks like it has wound down for a move
shoee62
18/1/2011
21:45
any one in these ? I bought a few end last year. Seems to be a good company though stuck at 700
attrader
24/8/2010
07:39
This from last month points to some doubt about whether growth in the 4th quarter will be so strong.
jarmike2
21/7/2010
18:54
http://my-share.co.uk/July-20101.php Broker upgrade
nellie1973
15/6/2010
13:53
on the way to £7....
qs9
20/5/2010
10:59
Wow, there's your £6 QS9. But shhh! Keep quiet. We seem to do best when you're asleep!
nelson108
31/3/2010
20:56
£6??
qs9
26/3/2010
09:40
Good update, what do you think QS9, pretty good QS9.....whistles.....
qs9
12/3/2010
07:39
nice rise since my first post, looks even more +ve IMO now, with broker TP over £6 on recovery factor....anyone else in?
qs9
17/11/2009
15:25
Any reason for the slight fall?
qs9
28/10/2009
11:26
Blue in a sea of red, any reason?
qs9
25/9/2009
08:32
lol. all the names above are the same person in different guises.
teapreacher
16/7/2009
07:23
BusinessWeek Could Sell for $1 With plunging advertising revenue across the industry, McGraw-Hill is reportedly putting BusinessWeek up for sale. The company said only that it is exploring "strategic options" for the magazine so far, but according to sources cited in Bloomberg, The New York Times and The Wall Street Journal, investment bank Evercore Partners Inc., has been hired to facilitate the sale.
gyau
02/7/2009
12:43
up she goes
whiterussians
26/6/2009
10:41
Going to 250p ?
whiterussians
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