Share Name Share Symbol Market Type Share ISIN Share Description
Talktalk LSE:TALK London Ordinary Share GB00B4YCDF59 ORD 0.1P
  Price Change % Change Share Price Bid Price Offer Price High Price Low Price Open Price Shares Traded Last Trade
  +2.90p +1.42% 206.90p 207.00p 207.20p 208.10p 201.90p 204.10p 1,517,897 16:35:03
Industry Sector Turnover (m) Profit (m) EPS - Basic PE Ratio Market Cap (m)
Fixed Line Telecommunications 1,835.0 14.0 0.2 1,034.5 1,977.17

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Talktalk Daily Update: Talktalk is listed in the Fixed Line Telecommunications sector of the London Stock Exchange with ticker TALK. The last closing price for Talktalk was 204p.
Talktalk has a 4 week average price of 210.06p and a 12 week average price of 210.17p.
The 1 year high share price is 280p while the 1 year low share price is currently 184p.
There are currently 955,615,464 shares in issue and the average daily traded volume is 1,326,661 shares. The market capitalisation of Talktalk is £1,976,212,779.55.
pierre oreilly: It's a two billion pound company.Ofcom ensures a level playing field for competitive reasonsCeos manage the company, not the share priceWhile I agree that talk is a prime takeover target at this depressed price, it isnt niche offering the same as others, and it can manage extremely well with its quad play offering cheaper than anyone else. It's on a 7.5% yield due to bad publicity from the hack. The next results, where hack costs drop out, will imv get talk back to a reasonable valuation.
bookbroker: Talk needs to sort itself out, share price just unacceptable, Harding needs to sell this business, they are simply too niche and small to compete in the New Order, growth will become increasingly hard to achieve, Dunstone might have to curtail his passion for yachting if he ends up the loser here!
muscletrade: Wilm, it does not help when you have a broker out there who relentlessly issues sell notes and a 150p share price target. This is Haitong and they issue another sell note again today, quite why today i don't know but there it is.I have long since had concerns re their relentless focus on what seems an effort to drive talk price down. As far as I can determine the central case that haitong make is that the company regularly disappoints and there is always something that comes along that the company will use to justify the disappointment. Then you have the hedge fund professional shorters as well. Odey being one example. This is the same Odey that is/ was the worst performing hedge fund in the obviously we should all follow their lead. Well maybe Haitong will be proved right...i don't know but talk are not due to update for quite some time so easy target i suppose.
quepassa: Share went xd today to the tune of 10.58pence. Share closed down less than that at -9.1p. On balance the share closed in net positive territory of approx 1.5p. Pay date 3rd. August. At a share price of 208p and a total dividend for year 15/16 of 15.87p, the share now has a historic yield of 7.63%. When TalkTalk released their FY results in May and announced the increased final dividend, they also said "We expect the FY17 dividend to be at least in line with that of FY16 and covered by free cash flow". They have not disappointed on their dividend expectations and forecasts in the past. Nor do I expect TalkTalk to disappoint in the coming year. ALL IMO. DYOR. QP
1gw: Good solid release and presentation I thought. FY16 came in slightly below analyst expectations on revenue and eps I think, although the talktalk collation of estimates shows then slightly ahead on ("headline") EBITDA. 4Q seems to have gone really well with headline EBITDA margin over 18% and "lowest ever churn" (where's xxxxxxy?) Guidance for FY17 also solid, reiterating the 2nd Feb guidance, but I would say with reduced execution risk following 4Q actuals. As always DH puts on a very confident performance. Haitong asked a couple of questions on the webcast, so that might give you an idea of some of their concerns. There was also a very good set of questions right at the end by another of the bears - pointing out in particular talktalk's repeated failure in recent years to hit the guidance for the full year that they gave at the start of the year. Personally I like the story again. Given the 18% margin in 4Q I think they don't need to do much more than sustain that for FY17, together with very modest revenue growth, to meet the middle of their £320-360m EBITDA target. I hope there are no unpleasant surprises on exceptionals this year (beyond the £25-30m guidance) and if so, the forward statutory p/e at 270p share price looks to me about 21 (and adjusted p/e a bit less of course), which I think is very reasonable now for the business, given its growth potential. My opinions and analysis only. Please do your own research.
pierre oreilly: Qp, sorry you still have your downvote stalking tactic for my every post even though I've been away for a week - I guess these mental afflictions must be hard to shake off, but keep trying, I'm sure you'll succeed in the end. I have a suggestion for you regarding your censors 'talk talk talk talk' thread. Would it not be appropriate to rename it the 'listen listen listen listen' thread to reflect your censorship of it and its contents? I'm sure you're a stickler for correct formal English, so perhaps you should correct your premier telecoms reporter of utmost proberty and sharp but objective insight as 'Thompsons' article' and not the just tolerated after wide incorrect misuse 'Thompsons's article' . I must say I find your posts have changed from bullish to bearish and now back to bullish as if your opinion on the company has changed with its differing circumstances. From your wild insane reactions as I have done exactly the same may I ask if you will now be downvoting your own every post on every board so along with mine? Regarding talktalk's share price, imv the recent stabilising of the price fluctuating within more normal bounds is the require basis for a revaluation to pre-hack levels as the hack becomes a distant memory. Churn will be low due to generous zero marginal cost offers to existing customers - certainly the best value for me, now on a new 18 month contract.
1gw: talktalk - Vodafone? Hardly a new idea I know, but it seems to me the environment can hardly ever have been more favourable for Vodafone to make a move: o Vodafone would presumably be interested in talktalk to give it a fixed broadband offering. Talktalk had about 4.2m "on-net" broadband customers in 4QFY15 (March 2015), whereas Vodafone had just 66k UK fixed line broadband customers at 31/3/15. cf Vodafone's 5.4m fixed line broadband customers in Germany at the same date. o Talktalk's move into "superfast" newbuild networks (Ultra Fibre Optic), although in its early stages yet, might be an interesting option for Vodafone to accelerate as a counter-point to Liberty Global's move to expand its own UK superfast network (Project Lightning). o A move to rebrand "talktalk" as "Vodafone" could, if managed right, almost instantly significantly mitigate the reputation damage suffered by talktalk in recent weeks. o The price needed to seal the deal would presumably be far lower than it would have been had Vodafone made a move when the share price was much higher. o Last and probably least, a move by Vodafone on talktalk might be seen as a good idea for other reasons by some in Vodafone: either those disappointed and on the rebound from the talks with Liberty Global; or indeed those wanting to try to make a hostile move on Vodafone by Liberty Global less attractive to John Malone. My speculation only. Errors excepted. Please do your own research.
bobsidian: Charting is an essential "tool of the trade" for investors or traders alike. Without it you can be operating blind whilst placing reliance on an investment justification which can be the subject of change. It is uncanny at just how often shares rise or fall within certain parameters. For example the most recent share price fall of TALK has been halted at a key retracement level which also seems to be a support level last seen in October 2014. Coincidence ? Equity markets deploy the discount mechanism. They price the future into the present. How often have you read investor/trader posts on bulletin boards complaining about the absence of share price movement to stellar financial results ? Much more often than not those stellar financial results would have been reflected in a share price a year or so previous. It is forward guidance which tends to be the key to future share price movements. However, quantitative easing has distorted the valuation of so many asset classes of which equities are but one class. To have equity markets at current levels you see share after share with a PEG factor of as much as 3 when fair value is 1. That in itself suggests market forces have been happy to see share prices reflect as much as 3 years worth of future earnings growth into the present. The last time we have seen that kind of behaviour was in late 1999/early 2000 and late 2007/early 2008. To have that kind of confidence there is a need for certainty about the visibility of earnings. That is now the subject of challenge by market forces seeking to reduce share prices to reflect a lesser earnings time horizon. And that seems to have triggered significant declines in the share prices of companies which were pricing too much of the future in to the present. As far as TALK is concerned, I can appreciate your doubt about the ex-growth commentary. The ex-growth assessment is more about the share price falling from the £4 level seen as recently as June. Perhaps this is down to the management of TALK reassessing market conditions by commenting on the rate of churn, the costs attached to attracting new custom and the financial implications of the profit margins achievable from new generation revenues relative to the diminishing legacy revenues.
quepassa: Thank you for posting this. Curious. Because the FCA disclosed short positions tell a different story. Disclosed positions have gone down with FIL no longer having a disclosable short position. They have fallen since the beginning of the year from 4.9% to 4.4% The official FCA short position list hasn't changed in the past few weeks and is today around 4.4% as follows Eminence Cap 1.90 Highline CapMan 0.69 Jericho CAM 0.63 ODEY AM 1.20 So there is a large gap between figures for FCA disclosed shorters and Euroclear Share On Loan figures. I think it is unlikely and too simplistic to suggest that the 6% difference between the Euroclear figures and FCA list is uniquely made up of hoards of small-ticket shorters. My instinct tells me that the Euroclear figures comprise to a very large degree stock which is being lent through Euroclear for purposes other than shorting. That is to say, being lodged through Euroclear as increasingly valuable collateral to support different trading positions. Perhaps and for me, the most telling point is that there is zero increase in disclosable shorting which is normally the precinct of institutional traders. That remains a distinctly positive sign. I also have to be believe, in my opinion only, that the short positions held by Eminence, Highline, Jericho and Odey are increasingly deteriorating and, in certain cases, significantly out-of-the-money, given the steep rise recently in the TalkTalk share price. ALL IMO. DYOR. QP
quepassa: Having come back strongly from today's earlier negative territory ,TalkTalk share price now pushing forward solidly into the blue. Hopeful of 330 soon now. ALL IMO> DYOR. QP
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