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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
  0.00 0.0% 178.50 457,066 08:00:00
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175.00 182.00 178.50 178.50 178.50
Industry Sector Turnover (m) Profit (m) EPS - Basic PE Ratio Market Cap (m)
Mobile Telecommunications 41.25 -12.66 -5.05 513
Last Trade Time Trade Type Trade Size Trade Price Currency
15:55:01 O 1,111 179.97 GBX

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18/4/2021
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 178.50p.
Boku Inc. has a 4 week average price of 168.50p and a 12 week average price of 140p.
The 1 year high share price is 192.50p while the 1 year low share price is currently 77p.
There are currently 287,339,310 shares in issue and the average daily traded volume is 328,795 shares. The market capitalisation of Boku Inc. is £512,900,668.35.
27/3/2021
15:41
davidosh: Just to mention that Boku will be one of six companies featured in the March results round up in the MelloMonday show in two days time. It will be a really packed five hour show but here are the timings.... Programme for the evening 5.00 pm Introduction to our Mello Roadshow 5.05 pm Alun @MrContrarian reviews the Mello BASH companies 5.10 pm Company presentation by Judges Scientific 5.40 pm How to join corporate fundraisings with Primary Bid 6.00 pm Company presentation by Filta Group 6.30 pm Leon Boros interviews Peter Harrison from Bioventix 7.00 pm Company presentation by Digital Box 7.30 pm A March results round up with Paul Scott, Gordon @glasshalfull & Alan Charlton 8.00 pm Company presentation by Get Busy 8.30 pm Mello BASH with Alan Charlton, Alex Schlich, Richard Crow (@RebelHQ) and Kevin Taylor If you have not been before the webpage is here Https://melloevents.com/mellomonday-29th-march/ Do use this code for a half price ticket MMTADVFN50
23/3/2021
11:43
hansbil: Boku (BOKU): Evolving to address wider e-commerce market Boku reported strong results for FY20, with adjusted revenue and EBITDA growth of 20% and 106% respectively. The Payments business benefited from increased consumer demand during the pandemic, while the Identity business had a more difficult year. Trading year to date has been strong for both businesses and management is confident of meeting expectations for FY21. We have made minor changes to our FY21/22 forecasts. The evolution of the platform to address the wider alternative payments market provides upside potential to our forecasts and the share price. Valuing the Payments business alone using the average FY21e EV/EBITDA multiple for its peer group results in a per share value of 197p, providing upside to the current share price. The Identity business could provide further upside - including it at its unimpaired cost would take the per share value up to 203p.
11/3/2021
08:15
hansbil: Boku completes mobile payment coverage for DAZN in Japan with the launch of NTT Docomo Boku (AIM: BOKU), the world's leading independent carrier commerce company, is pleased to announce the launch of mobile payments for DAZN, the leading global sports streaming platform, with NTT Docomo in Japan. For 80 million NTT Docomo subscribers they can now purchase DAZN subscriptions with just their phone number. DAZN is the rights holder for Japan's J-League soccer and NPB baseball leagues, whose seasons have just begun, as well as Formula One that starts on 28 March 2021 and the English Premier League. With this launch, DAZN can now accept mobile payments from nearly all mobile subscribers in Japan, including those with NTT Docomo, Softbank, Y!Mobile, au, and UQ Mobile. These initiatives form part of the 'DAZN for Operators' programme, through which DAZN collaborates with TV and telecoms operators to provide improved, seamless streaming experiences for sports fans and generate new revenue streams and value for partners. Ben King, Chief Subscription Officer, DAZN commented, "With new seasons of the J.League, NPB and Formula One upon us and the stars of Japanese football appearing regularly in the Premier League and La Liga, DAZN is making it even more effortless for fans across Japan to conveniently access their favourite sports. 80 million NTT Docomo subscribers can now instantly add DAZN to their phone bill simply with the click of a button. Once again, entertainment services and operators are innovating and collaborating together to make premium sports easier to find, quicker to subscribe and better to watch." Jon Prideaux, CEO, Boku Inc commented, "DAZN holds the Japanese rights to the best sports programming around the world, providing a very attractive and high-value streaming service to consumers. Boku is thrilled at the opportunity to ensure that nearly every Japanese consumer can purchase a DAZN subscription to watch their favorite sport with a quick and easy mobile payment experience."
08/3/2021
08:54
hansbil: Investor Presentation and Analyst Briefing Boku Inc (AIM: BOKU), the world's leading independent carrier commerce company, announces that its results for the year ended 31 December 2020 will be announced on Tuesday 16 March 2021. A briefing for analysts will take place at 9.30 am on 16 March 2021. Analysts interested in attending the briefing should please contact florence.chandler@investor-focus.co.uk. The Company will also provide a live investor presentation relating to the results via Zoom at 5.30 pm on 16 March 2021. The presentation is open to all existing and potential shareholders. Those wishing to attend should register via the following link: hxxps://us02web.zoom.us/webinar/register/WN_AYu5O00jQcynTP6ENzhl0w There will be the opportunity for participants to ask questions at the end of the presentation. Questions can also be emailed to boku@investor-focus.co.uk ahead of the presentation.
18/2/2021
09:43
hansbil: and the good news just keeps on rolling out the door. Legimi launches direct carrier billing in Poland through Fortumo Boku Inc (AIM: BOKU), a leading global provider of mobile payment and identity solutions, is pleased to announce that its subsidiary Fortumo, has been working with the leading Polish e-book vendor Legimi and together they are launching a direct carrier billing partnership. Through Fortumo's PayRead solution, users can now subscribe to Legimi and access thousands of e-books and audiobooks by charging the payments to their phone bill. The option to pay with carrier billing is available to more than 18 million subscribers of the mobile operators Orange and Plus. Legimi collects carrier billing payments from users in Poland through Fortumo's Unified SDK product. Through Unified SDK, one integration connects Legimi to telcos in Poland and gives access to a network of more than 300 other mobile operators and digital wallets. Fortumo hosts and localises Unified SDK checkout flows on its platform, making it simple and scalable for merchants to launch local payment methods across the world. Legimi additionally uses Fortumo's Subscription Engine for full user lifecycle management of users acquired through carrier billing. In Poland, credit card ownership is only 16% while 64% of people have a smartphone*. This creates a challenge for digital content merchants in the country: while most people are able to access digital content, the majority of people are unable to pay for premium services. Carrier billing solves this problem by letting any user charge purchases to their mobile phone bill. Additional data on the digital ecosystem of Poland and other countries in the Central & Eastern European (CEE) region can be found from Fortumo's CEE market report accessible at: hxxps://fortumo.com/blog/carrier-billing-market-report-central-eastern-europe/. Mikołaj Małaczyński, CEO at Legimi, commented, "Instant access, convenient payment. This is a must for a fast growing and ambitious digital entertainment company. That is why we decided to work with Fortumo. The simplicity of implementation was also important, as it did not require significant involvement of the resources of our IT team." Andrea Boetti, Director of Strategic Partnerships at Fortumo, commented, "Carrier billing is the leading alternative payment method used by global app stores, game developers and streaming services. Fortumo's PayRead gives digital publishers the simplest way to adopt the payment method when transitioning from an ad-based model to a reader revenue model. We are excited to be working with Legimi and helping support their user acquisition and revenue growth goals."
14/10/2020
17:51
amt: I agree with Alan. A couple of years ago I did prefer Boku because of its closer links to Apple and Facebook but in the meantime Bango has come up with a potential game changing additional stream of income through advertising. Boku has gone down the security route which may be huge but I don't understand it. Mind you judging how it was sold off since that change of tack it seems the rest of the market doesn't understand it either. However if income starts to show up then it won't be necessary to understand it. I shall hold since it's the sort of company like Bango if it does come off then the share price could be many multiples of where it is now.
25/6/2020
08:13
redbarge: Boku really gaining traction now.... Boku Partners with LINE Pay Japan to Enable eWallet Payments to Merchants Boku Inc (AIM: BOKU), a leading global provider of mobile payment and mobile identity solutions, is pleased to announce a partnership with LINE Pay, one of Japan's largest eWallet and QR code payment service providers. This partnership will allow more than 37 million LINE Pay users in Japan to pay for merchant digital goods and services through the Boku platform. This agreement furthers the extensive depth of payment options for Japanese merchants and consumers alike that no other local payment services providers can match. Hisahiro Chofuku, CEO and President of LINE Pay, commented: "Both public and private sectors are proactively taking action to shift Japan's long-standing cash society toward a cashless one. By joining forces with Boku, we're aiming to expand LINE Pay's services even further and do our part in advancing Japan's cashless movement." Jon Prideaux, CEO of Boku, commented: "We are extremely pleased to be an integral and strategic partner with LINE Pay in enabling the acceleration of digital commerce and cashless payments in Japan. Together, we can make mobile transactions simpler and deliver value to the merchants and users of the digital ecosystem."
10/6/2020
08:24
redbarge: Very positive..... Trading Update Record deployments and new user adoption in the first five months of 2020 Boku Inc (AIM: BOKU), the world's leading independent carrier commerce company, is pleased to provide an update on trading in the first five months of the current financial year to 31 December 2020. Good progress was made in both the Payments and Identity divisions, in the five months ending 31 May 2020. Total Payment Volumes ("TPV") reached $2.6 billion, an increase of 35% compared to the same period last year, as the business benefited from increased usage in those countries affected by coronavirus lockdowns. Payment Monthly Active Users ("MAU") exceeded 20 million in May 2020, an increase of 36% on May 2019 and an increase of nearly 12% on the MAUs previously reported for February 2020. The number of New Users - people making their first ever payment transaction at a Boku merchant - in the first five months of 2020 was 9.2 million, an increase of 1.5 million (20%) on the same period in 2019. New Payment launches are running at record levels with new deployments in the first five months of the year in Asia, Europe, the Middle East and the Americas for a wide range of merchants including Google, Netflix, Sony, Spotify and Tencent. Momentum on wallets has been maintained, with the number of live wallets processing live payment transactions increasing from two in February 2020 to seven in May 2020. Our Identity division has made good progress in building out an international solution: the number of supply connections has been significantly expanded through the addition of both direct and indirect connections to over 200 carriers in 51 countries, including 34 countries in Europe, the Middle East and Africa, nine in the Americas and eight in the Asia-Pacific region. Merchants are now live and generating revenue in five countries. Significant launches include FIS, the global payment processing business that includes Worldpay. Jon Prideaux, CEO of Boku, commented: "Boku has traded strongly through the period of lockdown with existing merchants benefiting from increased demand for home entertainment as more people spend time at home, leading to record levels of new users making their first Boku Payment. Operationally, Boku has been able to build supply and activate new customers across both Identity and Payments in record numbers. "We look forward to providing further updates at the half year stage and remain confident of meeting market expectations for the current year."
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.
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