Share Name Share Symbol Market Type Share ISIN Share Description
Imagination Technologies Group LSE:IMG London Ordinary Share GB0009303123 ORD 10P
  Price Change % Change Share Price Bid Price Offer Price High Price Low Price Open Price Shares Traded Last Trade
  -1.50p -0.57% 260.00p 260.75p 261.25p 264.25p 260.00p 264.25p 433,851.00 16:35:19
Industry Sector Turnover (m) Profit (m) EPS - Basic PE Ratio Market Cap (m)
Technology Hardware & Equipment 120.0 -63.2 -29.8 - 735.09

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Imagination Technologies Daily Update: Imagination Technologies Group is listed in the Technology Hardware & Equipment sector of the London Stock Exchange with ticker IMG. The last closing price for Imagination Technologies was 261.50p.
Imagination Technologies Group has a 4 week average price of 257.01p and a 12 week average price of 246.47p.
The 1 year high share price is 285p while the 1 year low share price is currently 148.75p.
There are currently 282,725,124 shares in issue and the average daily traded volume is 619,713 shares. The market capitalisation of Imagination Technologies Group is £735,085,322.40.
pottsey: AMD won a number of major deals they got two of the big consoles, 100% of Macs and recently won over a major deal to have AMD GPU's in intel CPU's. Plus AMD have Vega coming out. AMD share price makes sense unlike IMG's price which doesn't seem to follow logic.
swiftnick: Whilst talking about AMD, has anyone on here been tracking AMD's stock price over on NASDAQ? At the end of 2015 it stood at $2.87 At the end of 2016 it stood at $11.34 On Friday it stood at $12.24 As I write it has gone over $13.50, up by over 10% today Rather puts IMG's recent share price increase into perspective! Any ideas what's going on?
bloomer2: Rob_Evans> "I fail to see why you would believe Apple is likely to bid for IMG, when it has been confirmed that they took a look earlier but didn't get into serious discussions. That doesn't sound like they are interested to me." You could argue that if Apple wanted to buy IMG they would have done it by now. However, I don't believe that would have been possible under HY. Based on their track record, I believe that the current management are open to bids, but would not want to sell the business when the share price is at rock bottom. Time will tell! What would be the motivation for Apple keeping IMG independent?
regasclockwork: Foxy over on iii is thrilled to bits on learning the following. Could this be why IMG's share price is soaring like an eagle of late? Techno fox "As Apple has used PowerVR chipsets in each and every one, that means IMG can now claim to have sold over a billion Mobile GPU's in to the smartphone marketplace, not bad for nine years?" regas's old dad - thecenturian [LOL!] says: I can't see long-term shareholders being thrilled-to-bits on learning that as despite all that dosh coming in over that nine year period, they have seen the share price plummet from 734p four years ago to the 203.5p that it is today. The question that must be asked is as to why PowerVR with a far superior GPU solution is being outsold by the inferior offerings from the combo of Qualcomm's Snapdragon and ARM's Mali?
regasclockwork: Who would have thought that we would be mentioned in the same breath as these two? "Does today's news make Debenhams plc, Pets at Home Group plc and Imagination Technologies Group plc a buy?" From below: "Imagination's cost-cutting plans are ongoing and the firm will deliver the results of its strategic review with its full-year results on 5 July. In the meantime I remain cautious -- the shares have already risen by 33% from their January low. Until we know more about the firm's plans, I think that's HIGH ENOUGH." Read on: By The Motley Fool May 26, 2016 [They hold shares in IMG]. "Shares rise after profit warning!" It's not often that a company can send its share price up by issuing a profit warning. But that's what has happened at Imagination Technologies Group (LSE: IMG) today. The chip designer's share price rose by 3.5% this morning after it warned that this year's loss would be significantly higher than expected. The latest problems have been caused by a series of one-off contract losses and bad debts. Imagination appears confident that these issues won't spill over into next year. Imagination also announced that current interim chief executive Andrew Heath will become the firm's new permanent boss. After conducting an external search, the board decided that Mr Heath was THE BEST CANDIDATE. Unusually, Mr Heath has been a non-executive director at Imagination since 2012. So both he and the company should know each other well. However, I suspect some investors would have preferred an outsider with a fresh perspective to take over. Imagination's cost-cutting plans are ongoing and the firm will deliver the results of its strategic review with its full-year results on 5 July. In the meantime I remain cautious -- the shares have already risen by 33% from their January low. Until we know more about the firm's plans, I think that's HIGH ENOUGH.
hammerd2: This is largely about release of and what is "insider information" but it's similar and relevant to large price movements. "Disclosure of price-sensitive information – FSA rules A commonly used rule of thumb is to say that a price movement of 10 per cent either way is ‘significant’ and so information that is unlikely to move the share price that much is not disclosable. But the FSA is very clear that there is no ‘10 per cent rule’ and that price movements below that threshold can still be significant in particular cases. Deciding whether information satisfies all these tests and should be announced to the market is often a difficult call for a board to make. The company’s brokers or other financial advisers should always be consulted where there is doubt, particularly when considering the effect on the share price, as they will appreciate the factors likely to influence shareholders. Indeed, the FSA has criticised directors where the brokers’ view has not been sought. Lawyers can help test the assumptions being made and take directors through the relevant definitions. When an announcement is to be made, a company must take all reasonable care to ensure that any information it releases to the market is not misleading, false or deceptive, and that it does not omit anything that is ‘likely to affect the import’ of the information (DTR 1.3.4). If the decision is made not to announce, the matter should be kept under review and re-assessed as circumstances change. The FSA monitors large share price movements, and an unexpected rise or fall will commonly result in a ‘please explain’ letter asking for the background circumstances. Professional advice should be taken before replying." But also "Market rumours Where rumours are false or press speculation is groundless, a company is under no obligation to issue denials. Untruths can’t amount to inside information. But where rumours or speculation are largely correct, the company needs quickly to decide whether it has inside information that should be released. Once news has leaked, delay can no longer be justified, and directors need to ensure that the market is trading on the basis of accurate information that is available to all."
arrash: FWIW my views in a few lines: I keep reading in a number of posts since yesterday “The King is dead long live the King” as if it is a new beginning. One should remember that the assigned CEO was on the board for over three years and in part is responsible for the current state of affair of IMG. I listened to yesterday’s presentation & I am not at all positive like some of the poster here. The S-M PI who now back the Intuitional Investor agenda (if one believe the ST story) which have asked for this drastic change would regret it at the end, when IMG is sold in its bits & pieces such as Pure, MIPS to city chums, Private Equity Fund and their backers etc. I only see that II & ARM would benefit from the breakup of IMG. Furthermore it is almost impossible to find £15M of saving, except by magic (if you believe in that) anyway most this was identified since the December results anyway. It strange that these guys suddenly managed to find that kind of saving on the back of a sofa in IMG HQ! over the last weekend. Yesterday the CEO and Chairman both mentioned the slowdown in China & Semi etc. I do not see any change in IMG share price until the pickup in royalty volume which is already signaled for late 2016 & early 2017. Wishing SHY all the very best for future & the IMG shareholders the very best of Luck.
bakunin: regasclockwork imo at any particular moment in time there are different values that one can ascribe to a company/asset depending on the current environment in which the company operates and the time horizon of the investor (traders do not deal in valuation). If one were to have a L-T perspective, in the case of IMG one would ask oneself: is it in a sector where there are secular opportunities, has the company made the relevant investments to be able to benefit from such opportunities, will the general economy be stable, is the company's financial situation solid enough to be allow it to thrive in such an environment etc etc. If one takes this perspective, then IMG is worth way above 160/share imo. Generally, one would perform a DCF to arrive at a more rational value. If one bought at 220p in September, one should have known that one was taking the L-T valuation perspective and one certainly wouldn't be concerned in any way at all about the recent drop in share price as the company is in rude health and primed to take advantage of a number of L-T opportunities. As for a S-T valuation, given the reported slowdown in the semico industry last year and the industry consolidation that occurred in response to that, it could have been assumed from IMG's trading statements that things were not going to look rosy to everybody and that 220/share made IMG a perfect target for organised shorting. As of last week, 100p was obviously a big support point for traders. At which point, it became obvious that the share price was likely to bounce around between 100 and 160 for the S-T and anything above that will be related to takeover rumours/news or any other game-changing news. If the next T/S gives the shorters S-T ammunition, there will be a slew of comments about the share price heading for 40p as per the last bear market etc. As for the longer-term view, one would have to say that the company was a totally different beast in 2008 and 2001: the revenue was markedly lower to begin with
regasclockwork: I note that yesterday, IMG finished the day down 3p at 106.75p and ARM closed up 17.43p at 950.43p. As we know, they are in the same line of business. Barclays recently reiterated 'UNDERWEIGHT' for IMG and reduced the target price from 150p to 110p. They reiterate 'OVERWEIGHT' for ARM and have set a target price of 1250p. That's IMG: 110p to ARM's 1250p a ratio of 1:11.4. Four years ago the share prices were both around 550p. How times have changed. However, the good news is that on the GPU front Pottsey says that ARM is going nowhere whereas IMG is storming ahead [not verbatim, but close enough]. Just as well for ARM that they are heavily into IoT, wearables etc - "just like IMG" I hear you say - so why the difference in share price?
jamesrowe: I notice that on Short Interest Tracker acompany called Marshall Wace LLP increased its short position in IMG by 0.46% on 27th Aug. That was a BIG sale of shares (approx. 12 million!)that it didn't own.... It must really believe that IMG share price is going to head south.
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