Share Name Share Symbol Market Type Share ISIN Share Description
Capita Plc LSE:CPI London Ordinary Share GB00B23K0M20 ORD 2.066666P
  Price Change % Change Share Price Shares Traded Last Trade
  -0.35 -0.71% 48.74 7,759,005 16:35:12
Bid Price Offer Price High Price Low Price Open Price
48.54 48.62 50.02 48.16 49.09
Industry Sector Turnover (m) Profit (m) EPS - Basic PE Ratio Market Cap (m)
Support Services 3,918.40 272.60 18.37 2.7 813
Last Trade Time Trade Type Trade Size Trade Price Currency
17:57:21 O 3,085 49.251 GBX

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Capita Daily Update: Capita Plc is listed in the Support Services sector of the London Stock Exchange with ticker CPI. The last closing price for Capita was 49.09p.
Capita Plc has a 4 week average price of 36.77p and a 12 week average price of 32.61p.
The 1 year high share price is 118p while the 1 year low share price is currently 19.84p.
There are currently 1,668,973,568 shares in issue and the average daily traded volume is 10,152,240 shares. The market capitalisation of Capita Plc is £813,457,717.04.
jotoha2: Indeed , not to many years ago CPI yearly divi was over 30p per share, just imagine what that would do to the share price
hodhasharon: ....At what point will you consider my interpretation of the CPI price action and fundamentals plausible? 35p? 30p? 25p?
hamhamham1: Hod. You really are funny. Spending all day and night here badmouthing the share. A life well lived eh? And the funniest bit is, no matter what you say, it will not effect the share price. Which by the way is heading up. 60p by end of Spring, 100p of 2021. Most amusing.
jaspoland: Not sure it's been mentioned on the board but earlier in the week sky news did an article about a potential bid from a PE firm for EQN. As Capita are in a similar space to EQN I think it's fair to compare. EQN share price has moved as much as 50% and settled around 20/ 25% higher on the week. CPI has also been heavily hit share price wise so PE are seeing potential value in these companies. EQN have been selling parts of their business in the same way CPI are. I'm here for 2 reasons. 1. Turn around potential of the company. 2. Potential of a bid for CPI must be high. 50p is a hurdle to overcome that's obvious from the chart but once that's overcome there nothing in the way to £1. I feel, barring a market crash, the worst is behind us now
notknowing: See that plunge down from the high? This is my take on it. Large players drop a big sell at the top - Takes the price down. They hold off as PIs take it as a buying opportunity. The price moves back to the top - the large players once again take advantage and sell. A few iterations take place (consolidation). When the PI's are exhausted, and the large player has empty pockets.....the large player takes the share price down....the PIs who bought in the late 30s now sell, adding to the downward pressure..... Who's buying down there? Large players! Rinse and repeat. How many have they just offloaded at the top (check the volume signature).
albert3591: I think cpi will touch the upper 29p share price by Friday.Oh the 20,s been a while since then.
valuetracker: I love seeing the CPI share price drop. A lovely sight.
valuetracker: My sources are telling me we have a 1BN placing at circa 24p on the cards, so the share price will be underpinned at around that level (it won't go lower). A smaller more agile CPI with cash in the bank is a much more attractive proposition. As soon as the placing is announced I'm back in.
owlbaby: The renewal of a contract may be baked into assumptions II's have about a business but this is one is particularly good news IMO. Nutter Lewis & the Board haven't turned away from this sort of business in their refocus and has continued to deliver at a high standard. They report improvement, that is brilliant in terms of CPI's traditional people based core. You can imagine the difference recruitment skill has with 60k + still employed directly by CPI. The British Army had 78k regulars, 30k reserve according to wiki. You can imagine the range of roles, age profile, unique culture and duration of service. Recruitment is therefore fundamental to Army performance and something they have invested a lot in to get the most suitable people in roles. Its an ultimate in man management & CPI help them with it. I find this sort of skill the most impressive about CPI & how I find it hard to give up entirely on the nutters currently in charge. Why don't they "refocusing" towards providing world leading standard in back office function starting with superb recruitment, career design & back office tech rather than "high value add" non repeat consultancy, digitalisation & one off tech?
ceteri: I'm long and plan to remain so, have a great average share price at the moment compared to this price, the were two really big buys after close on Friday, 7 figures, yet the share price still drops. This is starting to look like a coiled spring to me, question is when will it go?
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