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|Wilmington Daily Update: Wilmington is listed in the Media sector of the London Stock Exchange with ticker WIL. The last closing price for Wilmington was 260.25p.|
Wilmington has a 4 week average price of - and a 12 week average price of -.
The 1 year high share price is - while the 1 year low share price is currently -.
There are currently 87,201,390 shares in issue and the average daily traded volume is 0 shares. The market capitalisation of Wilmington is £226,941,617.48.
|speedsgh: Great little share with a useful dividend to boot. Under the radar of most investors. Share price has steadily gone about its business in the last year or so. Not sure if there is anything company specific driving the performance but my only complaint is that I reduced exposure here last Aug just as the period of consolidation came to an end. Doh.|
A positive statement, but how much of it has been reflected in the near 80% share price increase over the last 4 months|
|grigor: Final results on 16th September last year.
Trading statement on 13th July last year.
Hopefully no news is good news.
Share price gently rising on low volumes.|
|grigor: Rising with some high volume days - What's up (apart from the share price)?|
|m.t.glass: "..While its business with professional information and mandatory training
courses continues to trade well, trading conditions in its magazines'
markets, which are heavily dependent on advertising, continue to be difficult."
That's what they said about the ongoing situation when they last reported in October. Their statement in February said these next results would be in line with their expectations. Presumably they mean in line with those previously expressed somewhat negative expectations? Dunno - but on the toss of a coin I'm inclined to assume bad news rather than good news this Friday. The advertising market certainly won't have done them any favours in this last half year, and I suspect that their info/training side - though it might have continued at the same good pace as before - is unlikely to have accelerated fast enough to compensate. That Feb statement pointed out they have cash and other facilities to fall back on.. which sounds a rather defensive thing to have to say.
The share price is now back down at last October's level having never climbed more than 10p in between. If I were gambling on the results - which I don't think I shall - I'd be betting downwards again.|
Wilmington share price data is direct from the London Stock Exchange