Share Name Share Symbol Market Type Share ISIN Share Description
Boku Inc. LSE:BOKU London Ordinary Share CMN SHS USD0.0001 (DI) REG S CAT 3/144A
  Price Change % Change Share Price Shares Traded Last Trade
  0.50 0.61% 82.50 25,596 08:17:10
Bid Price Offer Price High Price Low Price Open Price
80.00 85.00 84.00 82.50 84.00
Industry Sector Turnover (m) Profit (m) EPS - Basic PE Ratio Market Cap (m)
Mobile Telecommunications 37.81 -0.98 0.08 1,023.8 212
Last Trade Time Trade Type Trade Size Trade Price Currency
11:36:58 O 3,500 83.25 GBX

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01/4/2020
09:20
Boku Daily Update: Boku Inc. is listed in the Mobile Telecommunications sector of the London Stock Exchange with ticker BOKU. The last closing price for Boku was 82p.
Boku Inc. has a 4 week average price of 49p and a 12 week average price of 49p.
The 1 year high share price is 150p while the 1 year low share price is currently 49p.
There are currently 256,575,040 shares in issue and the average daily traded volume is 505,156 shares. The market capitalisation of Boku Inc. is £211,674,408.
30/3/2020
12:45
redbarge: nice...learn something new every day thanks... Boku price action just smashed through its price channel. I wonder how long before JP Morgan begins to start covering their short postion.
27/2/2020
17:13
septblues: Is ADVFN a THUD!! according to Chimers (99% share price loss and loss making) Is OnlineBlockchain a THUD!! according to Chimers ( 93% share price loss and loss making) Neither have free BB on ADVFN
15/1/2020
08:48
chimers: THE FACTS.............from Stockpedia probably the best site in existence for analysing company results etc. Boku Inc (AIM: BOKU), the world's leading independent carrier commerce company, is pleased to provide the following unaudited trading update for the financial year ended 31 December 2019. I can't make head nor tail of this trading update, nor the company itself. I've just spent a bit of time going through its last interim & full year accounts, and can't get my head around this at all. Trying a different tack, the share price is down 19% today, so clearly this update has disappointed the market. There's an update note from Edison available, which is probably your best port of call if you're interested in this company. For FY 12/2019, Stockopedia shows forecast revenues of $51.2m. Today's update says actual is slightly below, at $50.0m to $50.5m, up >42% on 2018. It mentions $3.2m of non-recurring revenue, but it's not clear from the update if forecasts included this or not. It's much better to provide a table of the breakdown of figures, rather than in text, which can be interpreted in different ways. Ah, I think I've worked out what's going on here. Edison has massively reduced the future growth forecasts. Looking at its report from 11 Sep 2019, the old Edison forecasts are; FY 12/2020: Revenues $68.1m EBITDA $20.1m FY 12/2021: Revenues $78.7m EBITDA $27.7m The latest Edison note today has these revised numbers; FY 12/2020: Revenues $54.0m EBITDA $10.5m (down 48%) FY 12/2021: Revenues $62.0m EBITDA $14.3m (down 48%) As you can see, that's a near halving of forecast EBITDA between Sept 2019 and now. No wonder the share price has been weak. My opinion - this is too complicated, and it looks as if the company doesn't have very good visibility of revenues, judging from the size of the forecast reductions today. It seems to be an American tech company, so if it was any good, it would be on NASDAQ, surely? Given the size of the forecast reductions, I'm surprised the share price isn't down more than 19%. Looking at the trading update, it doesn't seem to spell out that EBITDA forecasts are being slashed. Why not? The share options charges look very high too. Overall, I have to file this one in the too difficult tray. Today's big forecast reductions means I'm not interested in delving any deeper.
15/1/2020
07:34
chimers: Your getting it whether you like it or not lol. THE FACTS.............from Stockpedia probably the best site in existence for analysing company results etc. Boku Inc (AIM: BOKU), the world's leading independent carrier commerce company, is pleased to provide the following unaudited trading update for the financial year ended 31 December 2019. I can't make head nor tail of this trading update, nor the company itself. I've just spent a bit of time going through its last interim & full year accounts, and can't get my head around this at all. Trying a different tack, the share price is down 19% today, so clearly this update has disappointed the market. There's an update note from Edison available, which is probably your best port of call if you're interested in this company. For FY 12/2019, Stockopedia shows forecast revenues of $51.2m. Today's update says actual is slightly below, at $50.0m to $50.5m, up >42% on 2018. It mentions $3.2m of non-recurring revenue, but it's not clear from the update if forecasts included this or not. It's much better to provide a table of the breakdown of figures, rather than in text, which can be interpreted in different ways. Ah, I think I've worked out what's going on here. Edison has massively reduced the future growth forecasts. Looking at its report from 11 Sep 2019, the old Edison forecasts are; FY 12/2020: Revenues $68.1m EBITDA $20.1m FY 12/2021: Revenues $78.7m EBITDA $27.7m The latest Edison note today has these revised numbers; FY 12/2020: Revenues $54.0m EBITDA $10.5m (down 48%) FY 12/2021: Revenues $62.0m EBITDA $14.3m (down 48%) As you can see, that's a near halving of forecast EBITDA between Sept 2019 and now. No wonder the share price has been weak. My opinion - this is too complicated, and it looks as if the company doesn't have very good visibility of revenues, judging from the size of the forecast reductions today. It seems to be an American tech company, so if it was any good, it would be on NASDAQ, surely? Given the size of the forecast reductions, I'm surprised the share price isn't down more than 19%. Looking at the trading update, it doesn't seem to spell out that EBITDA forecasts are being slashed. Why not? The share options charges look very high too. Overall, I have to file this one in the too difficult tray. Today's big forecast reductions means I'm not interested in delving any deeper.
04/12/2019
13:18
nico115: Chimers short Boku long MercWorse pairs trade of the money Ouch ouch ouch Boku price Target 200p
04/12/2019
12:22
hansbil: telegraph article Today’s stock is a little-known London-listed tech company whose software helps the likes of Apple and Spotify sign up new customers. Boku, based in California but quoted on Aim, provides the systems that enable Apple, for example, to let its users pay for its services via their mobile phone bill rather than via a bank account or credit card. This can be particularly valuable in emerging markets, where banking systems may not be fully developed. “Spotify, Apple and others see this ‘carrier billing’ payment method as a valuable way to attract new customers because it makes signing them up very simple,” said Matt Evans, who holds Boku shares in his Investec UK Smaller Companies fund. He added that, although it hadn’t lived up to early expectations that everyone would use it for buying smartphone apps, carrier billing still accounted for about 4pc of payments made on mobile phones and was now growing rapidly. “The amount of money that flows through Boku’s systems is huge and is growing at about 40pc a year,” he said. “The company takes a cut of each payment and its own revenues have been growing at about 70pc annually. This is expected to slow to 30pc-50pc over the next couple of years but I expect it to be well into double digits for a long time.” Because Boku’s costs are in building the systems in the first place, there is minimal expense involved in servicing transaction growth and roughly 95pc of additional revenues fall straight on to the bottom line, Mr Evans said. As a result, this part of the business is highly profitable and cash-generative. However, in January it bought a loss-making identity verification firm called Danal. “Identity checking fits very well with carrier billing because merchants such as Apple and Spotify want to protect themselves from fraud,” the fund manager said. “But the acquisition looked expensive and because Danal was­ ­­loss-making the market struggled to value the combined business.” The shares have been volatile this year but now stand below the level at which they traded before the deal was announced. “The combined business is valued at a multiple of about 15 on the ‘enterprise value to Ebitda’ measure using forecast 2020 numbers, with a ‘free cash flow yield’ of 7pc,” Mr Evans said. “This looks cheap for a company that’s growing so quickly. “The next stage of growth is in the identity business, which should offer a greater contribution in the next few years, driven partly by regulation. It could be very interesting.” The company has net cash and its already good returns on capital of about 22pc should rise thanks to the way extra sales translate so well into earnings. Cash conversion is currently held back by investment costs but should also improve. Questor says: buy Ticker: BOKU Share price at close: 82.5p
04/10/2019
13:40
bam567: How is that up you total wally? Explain? Share Price Information for Boku, Inc. (BOKU) London Stock Exchange Share Price: 99.50
17/12/2018
15:17
olliemac1: Thanks for sharing the DCF valuation article @Thomas4billing. I should’ve seen it on Simply Wall Street sooner but it was very helpful to read it even now. It’s true that the Boku share price took a hit while Danal shareholders benefited but if the new combined revenues and, particularly, the earnings can grow from this acquisition the share price should eventually reflect that. IMO this company is not going anywhere so it’s only a matter of time.
06/12/2018
11:10
kalkaar: deferred consideration of $62m will be payable should Danal achieve Revenue greater than $10m (from it's current $5m) in 2019. Assume that will be achievable and if the share price is below 120p then the number of shares issued will be calculated using the minimum price of 120p i.e. 51.67m shares which as you say is better than issuing shares at say the current price of 75p because that would mean more shares in issue and greater dilution. In the unlikely event BOKU share price was above 170p then the conversion will result in Danal shareholders getting 36.5m shares.. so for Danal shareholders the conversion at 120p is more beneficial. for BOKU shareholders the higher the share price the less dilution. as against the current share price the 120p conversion looks favourable could result in a 34% increase in shares in issue if conversion took place on the worst case scenario for BOKU shareholders (51.7m + 26.7m) / 224m the cash conversion is only an option for the BOKU board, cannot imagine they are going to want to pay that deferred consideration of $62m in cash. A lot to pay for a company that had revenue of only $5m but there may have been other interested parties and the strategic fit and technology being acquired must have been compelling.. not to mention the saved investment costs in bringing their own product to market.. noteworthy also that the CEO says integration would only "modestly add to costs."
21/9/2018
07:54
amt: simplesimon I think Bango share price will go up buts its nothing to do with the original BOKU IP owners switching. They are the sort of investors involved in start ups so they work by funding from the start and then look for an exit once the business is fully established. It's as simple as that. I think BOKU share price will move sideways at around the 160p value in the short term. So we now know what value the big investors put on BOKU at its present time and happy with 1.60.
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