Share Name Share Symbol Market Type Share ISIN Share Description
Capita Group LSE:CPI London Ordinary Share GB00B23K0M20 ORD 2.066666P
  Price Change % Change Share Price Bid Price Offer Price High Price Low Price Open Price Shares Traded Last Trade
  -3.70p -2.65% 135.75p 135.85p 136.00p 141.50p 135.05p 139.85p 6,631,824 16:35:20
Industry Sector Turnover (m) Profit (m) EPS - Basic PE Ratio Market Cap (m)
Support Services 4,234.6 -513.1 -17.6 - 2,264.84

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14/8/2018
23:10
it runs on dilithium crystals ..
fenners66
14/8/2018
17:52
Item, you make it sound like your comments are factual... have you managed to get a flux capacitor in your car? Lol
eodfire
14/8/2018
16:53
Why sell? The chart is all wrong, the 140 has failed and the big boys are selling into these rallies. A third test of the low is a coming!!!
ltcm1
14/8/2018
09:07
Why sell the rally is just getting started. Two recent broker upgrade targets of 180p and 210p.
vulcan2
13/8/2018
16:32
Sell into this rally.
ltcm1
13/8/2018
10:28
Back up to 160p+ soon.
vulcan2
12/8/2018
13:18
ANOTHER UPGRADE FOR CAPITA - New Target price 210p. 10 Aug 2018 RBC repeated an ‘outperform217; rating on Capita and raised its target price to 210p from 200p Capita RBC thinks Capita's turnaround plan is on track Capita PLC (LON:CPI) shares have fallen 21% since the outsourcer cut its full-year profit guidance but RBC Capital Markets sees this as a buying opportunity. RBC repeated an ‘outperform217; rating on Capita and raised its target price to 210p from 200p, saying it thinks the drop in the share price is a surprise. Earlier this month, Capita said it expects full-year underlying profits to be between £250mln-£;275mln, compared to the £270mln-£;300mln it estimated earlier this year, after first-half profits fell 59% to £80.5mln and organic revenue dropped 2.4%. READ: Capita lowers profit guidance and warns turnaround plan will take time However, chief executive Jonathan Lewis said he was making good progress on his turnaround strategy and repeated his guidance for a return to growth in 2020. “With near-term guidance reiterated, 2020 targets unaltered and financial deleveraging ahead of plan, we are reassured,” RBC said. “This story is about cost savings and self-help (not organic growth) at present and on this basis, the group is on track.” 'Capita still thinking about new growth opportunities' RBC said while the focus remains on Capita’s restructuring, it is encouraging to see developments like the company’s partnership with Microsoft to create a workspace application. The broker said this indicates that management is still thinking about new growth opportunities. “This turnaround (for at least the next 18 months) is about what management can influence and not what the market does,” it added. RBC expects a re-rating, to be driven by the delivery of cost savings, contract rehabilitation and cutting the interest cost, rather than organic growth. Organic growth will remain difficult, RBC said, as it struggles with contract attrition and a benign UK market. 'Market caution looks overdone' However, the broker thinks the turnaround looks “very within its compass and on this basis, market caution looks overdone to us”. “We are not arguing that Capita has a superior business model. Indeed, with £500mln of investment needed over the next three years, there is evidently much to do,” RBC said. “Concerns on its ability to win work and retain work will also persist. However, recent wins imply the group is not out in the 'wilderness' in the UK and we continue to believe that cost savings have been conservatively guided.” RBC upgraded its earnings per share estimate for fiscal year 2018 by 4.5% to 11.60p. For 2019, it raised its EPS forecast by 8.5% to 13.60p.
vulcan2
09/8/2018
15:54
9th Aug 2018 Jefferies has upgraded its recommendation for business outsourcing company Capita to Buy from Hold as its believes it shares trade on a high... TARGET price 180p.
vulcan2
09/8/2018
11:11
It your decision but I would stick with it. £1.60 is just short term. remember the Capita share price was over £13.00 in 2015. There has been a share issue but nevertheless it should recover from here. It is dealing with it issues, the debt is half what it was last year and has order book over 7Billion pounds, is not going bust , has many many projects with many key government projects, new contract wins hardly any shorters (see link below). It is going to recover big time. hxxps://shorttracker.co.uk/company/GB00B23K0M20/
vulcan2
09/8/2018
09:18
Good point. Might be time to sell into the rally soon though!
ltcm1
09/8/2018
09:18
They were just keeping the price down so that their mates could buy these at a cheap price. These will soon be back above 160.
vulcan2
09/8/2018
00:02
Why do they make these rns's so bloody difficult to read? They should just gave a summary line before all the detail. itcm Am certainly no bull here have posted before that we could see £1 but after such a sustained fall day after day would normally expect to see at least some sort of bounce even if its only the dead cat variety!
tim 3
08/8/2018
21:55
CPI has a good order book but it needs to work hard to keep up with its peers... gla
pal44
08/8/2018
12:51
Looks like someones been buy a lot of Capita Shares https://uk.advfn.com/stock-market/london/capita-group-CPI/share-news/Capita-PLC-Holdings-in-Company/78029897
vulcan2
08/8/2018
09:30
That’s because they are 10% of the company, outdated and outmanoeuvred by competition, buying companies to maintain a semblance of growth and running up enormous debt, steer clear!!
bookbroker
08/8/2018
09:24
Wow,These are just 10% of what they were 3 years ago !!!Must be the bargain of the year. I dipped my toe yesterday so am a bit underwater but looking for a decent bounce short term
tonybaloni
08/8/2018
09:14
Why??? On the chart it looks like it could go way lower if it takes out the existing lows.
ltcm1
08/8/2018
08:31
Just taken out May lows, surely some sort of bounce due?
tim 3
08/8/2018
07:15
Nice early morning report that it retains. Top spot hxxp://www.ukauthority.com/articles/capita-leads-public-sector-tech-suppliers/
cantrememberthis2
07/8/2018
22:15
BT =230P+ Eisler - 07 Jun 2018 - 19:56:36 - 29268 of 30646 BT - Where next ? - BT.A Don't think we will see 140 - but anywhere between 170 - 180 is a real possibility. Another 10-15% off current price seems a reasonable bet.
cantrememberthis2
07/8/2018
14:54
£1 or £1.10 then people may jump on here,
412069
07/8/2018
13:30
At 150ish, I said this could go sub-100. This was trashed as nonsense. Not looking so implausible now...
eisler
07/8/2018
11:59
There is a large civil engineering works involving replacement of a bridge (which is used by the overground metro) the works were originally to be completed by Feb 18 - this was extended to June 18 and now all it states is 2019 ! The works are in Newcastle If this is typical or not of delays in projected completion of works - I do not know - however there must be penalty/ financial clauses embedded in the contract.
dmf
07/8/2018
11:31
should bounce from here
dealy
07/8/2018
11:17
Falls below lows suggest further down to come, this is such as hotchspot of different entities it is confusing to say the least, and they will struggle to determine where exactly the future lies. Amazons entry into global procurement and managing systems for companies spell ill for this one, bloated and outdated is what it is!
bookbroker
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