Share Name Share Symbol Market Type Share ISIN Share Description
Micro Focus International LSE:MCRO London Ordinary Share GB00BQY7BX88 ORD 10P
  Price Change % Change Share Price Bid Price Offer Price High Price Low Price Open Price Shares Traded Last Trade
  +70.00p +2.84% 2,537.00p 2,539.00p 2,541.00p 2,545.00p 2,469.00p 2,496.00p 825,368 16:35:11
Industry Sector Turnover (m) Profit (m) EPS - Basic PE Ratio Market Cap (m)
Software & Computer Services 852.2 133.7 51.0 43.6 5,819.61

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Micro Focus International Daily Update: Micro Focus International is listed in the Software & Computer Services sector of the London Stock Exchange with ticker MCRO. The last closing price for Micro Focus International was 2,467p.
Micro Focus International has a 4 week average price of 2,167p and a 12 week average price of 2,103p.
The 1 year high share price is 2,555p while the 1 year low share price is currently 1,408p.
There are currently 229,389,495 shares in issue and the average daily traded volume is 1,864,736 shares. The market capitalisation of Micro Focus International is £5,819,611,488.15.
firtashia: Wondering if we're going to get an assault on £25 today. Heading for the 11th consecutive day where the volumes traded have been 600k+ & most of those have been >1m. Not seen such a consistent volume pattern like that since Oct-Nov when the share price was dropping.
orange1: If it so nailed-on that the market will go down tomorrow because of Article 50 being triggered why on earth would anybody buy today? If it was so nailed-on that the MicroFocus share price would soar after the company joined the FTSE 100 why did nobody buy the shares before they did? Answers on a postcard to montybilge. He probably won´t understand them but his microbrain needs the exercise.
silverfern: Find me a broker who predicted the cureent share price this time last year Monty. And certainly not you, bad moouthing this company every opportunity when you are not extollnig it. It's why people on here filter you- I would imagine you have ADD or similar and cannot stop yourself. But it bores not informs. DYOR and keep it to yourself
orange1: All gone quiet from the pathetic fool montybilge. That's because he has sold out, again, at a loss, again. Will he never learn? In particular, will he never learn that posting all his bilge doesn't have any effect whatsoever on the share price?
orange1: So montybilge reckons that the non-exec buy on 20 October was like a bell ringing saying buy. Of course he did. That is why he then proceeded to post the following bilge: montyhedge - 20 Oct 2016 Must admit did not like the rns regarding HP business yesterday. Does not bode well, I know Micro will go through the books with a fine tooth comb. montyhedge - 28 Oct 2016 Target 1935p they said flat to -2% revenue. So what is going to shift this price up, p.e 35 deal with HP not until 3rd quarter 2017. montyhedge - 01 Nov 2016 Carnage in the stockmarkets if Trump gets in next week. montyhedge - 08 Nov 2016 I suppose we have another year of share price moving sideways, deal not completed until 3rd quarter 2017. montyhedge - 09 Nov 2016 - 1775p on the cards, coming days I reckon. montyhedge - 10 Nov 2016 Nothing to write home about, they did say themselves revenue flat to -2%. The deal seems a long way off 3rd quarter 2017.
montyhedge: I suppose we have another year of share price moving sideways, deal not completed until 3rd quarter 2017.
montyhedge: The market giving him the benefit of the doubt with the high share price.But deal long way off, in the meantime I think share price will drift and shares don't drift up.
m4ybe: HPE share price looking good relative to the market today, so hopefully it will reflect well on MCRO that they'll (initially) soon have 51% of...
m4ybe: Shhh, but just wait for the first round of employee share options that dilute the share price such that those holding 51% become under 50%. The 51% is to get the vote through at HPE, but before long MCRO holders will have the majority IMO.
andrewbaker: It won't get into the FTSE100 this time around, to replace either Berkeley or ARM, but next time it may do. A £20+ share price will be required, so it's a slow bet for December, but a worthwhile one, IMHO. It's a tad on the pricey side now, but a solid business, and Woodford has an interest as well as other good institutional holders. Also, the divi is reasonable and well covered; the drop in sterling should help offshore sales/profits, and it's in the COBOL business, which is still there and profitable despite the age of the language. A good share to hold anyway, and with the potential fillip of a FTSE100 place at the end of the year, which will produce a (short term?) rise in price when the trackers have to buy (and which purchases will hopefully be more than the 250 trackers sell).
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