Share Name Share Symbol Market Type Share ISIN Share Description
Catalyst Media Group Plc LSE:CMX London Ordinary Share GB00B282R334 ORD 10P
  Price Change % Change Share Price Shares Traded Last Trade
  0.00 0.0% 75.00 0.00 01:00:00
Bid Price Offer Price High Price Low Price Open Price
72.00 78.00 75.00 75.00 75.00
Industry Sector Turnover (m) Profit (m) EPS - Basic PE Ratio Market Cap (m)
Media 0.03 -1.58 -7.51 16
Last Trade Time Trade Type Trade Size Trade Price Currency
- O 0 75.00 GBX

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Catalyst Media Daily Update: Catalyst Media Group Plc is listed in the Media sector of the London Stock Exchange with ticker CMX. The last closing price for Catalyst Media was 75p.
Catalyst Media Group Plc has a 4 week average price of 75p and a 12 week average price of 71p.
The 1 year high share price is 84p while the 1 year low share price is currently 38.50p.
There are currently 21,507,657 shares in issue and the average daily traded volume is 0 shares. The market capitalisation of Catalyst Media Group Plc is £16,130,742.75.
red ninja: Price up a touch, is this a good omen for a SIS Live sale ?
red ninja: NAV up again Net Asset value per share 120.9p (2016: 98.1p)
battlebus2: Nice dividend issued today by SIS :)) our share is 4.1 million. Board will discuss appropriate use but i'd hope to see a decent dividend payout as it's 20% of the current market cap.......
greasynut: A few million quids worth of shares appears to have changed hands yesterday @ 45p. No effect on the share price @ 54-57 quoted. CMX bought back some shares from a 'willing seller' earlier this year, but I don't think they have enough cash on the balance sheet to cover all of this. Something afoot?
greasynut: CMX have reduced the fair value of their holding by 20.1% from £36.1M to £28.6M. In so doing they have reduced the equity premium of their holding by 33%. (ie. The ratio of the CMX share of SIS net equity to the CMX accounts BV. In effect the PBV for CMX on their holding has declined from 2.7 to 1.8). Of course, this is in advance of the actual SIS writedowns which will mainly materialise in the accounts to March 2014. It will be interesting to see whether the actual SIS writedowns are as severe as this and how they are split between cash/non-cash. In turn, that will dictate how much cash is available for dividends. I am still hopeful that they will pay a divi for the year ending March 2013. At 78p the company trades at a 25% discount to their new 'fair value' of the SIS holding. On a look through basis, this works out to a trailing PE of 4.4 for SIS. The writedowns will make the (one year) forward PE higher, but by how much?
molrey: I agree about the markets disliking uncertainty but this has been sold off to levels approximately 35% below the pre-announcement trading price. Either that is too much or I have underestimated the implications of last week's statement on the business going forward. A seller is providing decent liquidity on the offer so I'm using this as an opportunity to top up. The fact that he is moving his offer down so quickly suggests to me that he just wants to get out quickly irrespective of price rather than making a value based selling decision. Anyone want to have a guess at the total costs of closing down the OB division?
grahamburn: The price is being adversely affected by doubts over the size of dividend from SIS this year and next and even a possible waiving of the dividend payment. The market hates uncertainty and, as of now, the 14% yield may, temporarily vanish. Once the situation is clarified it will be easier to place a market value on the stock - one way or the other! My own guess is that the one-off closure costs of the Outside Broadcasting Division will lead to a reduction in the dividend, but not a total wipe out. But that is purely a guess rather being based on any specific evidence.
red ninja: Didn't see the BBC closeure and end of outside broadcast division coming. Oh dear CMX another disaster ...
stluke: Not sure about India money as you don't get much info from company due to not being a PLC, last results to 31/03/12 have reference to it but guess we will have to wait until 31/03/13 results are released for an update. CMX is basically 20.54% of SIS, obviously a discount has to be applied for its private limited status but basing CMX market cap of £28m (20.54%) that values SIS at approx £136.5m, now consider their last results to 31/03/12 show turnover of £245m and PTP of £25m I would say CMX is undervalued if they was to go to market to float.
deswalker: Reyner - it sounds like you'd be happier chasing more liquid stuff than this. These sort of shares are very tightly held hence the lack of website info and will show their value either through dividends or an agreed takeover from out of the blue. The online game is a complete distraction as I'm sure you realise. It may even be a necessary evil from a Company Law perspective. The entire reason for holding/buying this share is because one thinks that the CMX share price implies a very low SIS price and that this strategic stake in SIS will be sold in due course with 75% of the CMX shares agreeing to a deal before the rest of us even hear about it. In the meantime and over the medium term it should at least wash its face in dividends.
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