Share Name Share Symbol Market Type Share ISIN Share Description
Cityfibre LSE:CITY London Ordinary Share GB00BH581H10 ORD 1P
  Price Change % Change Share Price Bid Price Offer Price High Price Low Price Open Price Shares Traded Last Trade
  +0.00p +0.00% 43.90p 43.80p 44.00p 45.05p 43.70p 44.00p 594,250 11:25:22
Industry Sector Turnover (m) Profit (m) EPS - Basic PE Ratio Market Cap (m)
Software & Computer Services 15.4 -12.6 -5.0 - 277.73

Cityfibre Share Discussion Threads

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DateSubjectAuthorDiscuss
21/2/2018
10:05
Great choice for next mega fibre city. They already have the framework and kit in place in Aberdeen, full backing of the Council and will be generating new income by 2019.40 million investment funded from previous investors, looking for this to test historic lows just south of 40 before buying back in.
rathean
16/2/2018
12:07
Hmm, not much support on the chart, could tickle 40-42 before the usual vertical bounce.
rathean
31/1/2018
15:51
No placing needed this year, they're funded to the hilt. This is general market sentiment trading nothing more.Question will be one of revenue growth against capex, but great contract wins recently in addition to VOD deal.
rathean
31/1/2018
15:24
rumours of placing on LS
albanyvillas
31/1/2018
14:05
But then what do I know... pffft.
rathean
31/1/2018
11:36
Just bought back in at 52p, been watching since the VOD deal announced. Chart suggests some support at 48-50 with possible rise to 60 to test ceiling of trading range... imo dyor.
rathean
31/1/2018
08:52
back to 40p soon imho
albanyvillas
23/1/2018
12:13
No rights issue required looking at the balance sheet. As the management indicated the recent equity raise covers the first 5 cities by 2019 (on a cost basis and considering the MK announcement: 5x40mn=£200mn)
george stobbart
19/1/2018
14:07
tipped by Tempus today.
toby tots
18/1/2018
10:03
at £40m just for MK the whole country is going to cost mucho
phillis
31/12/2017
15:54
Rights issue before end of JANUARY?
opodio
31/12/2017
15:18
Don’t believe me just ask Sky for their opinion on Cityfibre!!
ltinvestor
31/12/2017
07:31
One of the Sunday Times picks for 2018.
bigbigdave
21/12/2017
15:02
VOD started testing 5G. This was on the VOD board. I have a few of them as well but when this gets moving it probably will be more significant for CITY. 5G on the way with CITY at the forefront. “We’re delighted to be the first provider to test standalone 5G in the field, however, building a 5G network will take time,” said Vodafone UK head of networks Kye Prigg. “Right now, we’re also modernising our network by making smarter use of our existing mobile technology to keep ahead of consumption demands and provide the mobile coverage our customers deserve.” “5G also needs fibre optic cables,” Prigg added. “Together with CityFibre, we will soon start work installing the advanced fibre networks providing high-capacity backhaul connections required for 5G mobile services.” Vodafone it should be remembered signed a deal in 2015 with CityFibre to bolster its mobile network with CityFibre backhaul. It also acquired the fixed-line network of Cable & Wireless Worldwide (C&WW) back in 2012 for £1 billion. “Supporting our customers in making 5G a reality is key for us,” explained Marielle Lindgren, Head of Ericsson in the UK and Ireland. “This is a live trial in a densely populated central London urban area and the first time in the UK that we’ve been able to show pre-standard 5G working independently.”;
gerdmuller
11/12/2017
16:18
For the 1000th time, the company does not need any equity financing until H2 2018. It is well capitalised for the first 12 cities. It needs immediately long-term infrastructure debt financing from Macquarie / Rothschild - the announcement will be released the upcoming weeks. If the price continues to trend downwards the most likely effect will be a takeover rather than a rights issue. The last equity raise was announced when the price was 70p
george stobbart
11/12/2017
15:53
placing at 40p?
vatpaul
07/12/2017
15:12
Brokers are the definition of vested interest, I wouldn't take much from it except the general sentiment.Worry here is a fund raise that dilutes short term shareholder value, would be nice to get some visibility on this. For the record I'm watching having sold after the recent rise.
rathean
05/12/2017
09:45
The target prices are: RBC 200p Macquarie 100p Peel Hunt 100p Finncap 90p Liberum 80p Numis 30p So the only divergence is from the Numis analyst. If you research his past and his relations with the BT Group you will understand the reasons of this 30p.
george stobbart
05/12/2017
09:20
From yesterday. Numis sell target price 30p. Peel Hunt buy target price 100p. So that is clear, the people who get paid hundreds of thousands a year to analyse this are just as clueless as me. Or perhaps one of them is at least. Be interesting to know why such a divergence though. And people actually pay a fortune for this stuff!!!!!!
gerdmuller
01/12/2017
23:05
I thought Soros was still shorting Francs against the Buba anyway. Perhaps he has given up. That headline takes me back.
gerdmuller
01/12/2017
18:03
At the World CommunicationsAwards held this week Hyperoptic scooped the “broadband pioneer” award.Over 100 UK developers now use Hyperoptic to install and connect their fibre optic broadband service!!They are now installing in 45 UK cities so think hard before investing in CityFibre.Cityfibre should win the “smoke and mirrors” award. Thank you for your comprehensive financial analysis.
george stobbart
01/12/2017
17:51
So so wrong!!!’Good luck with your investment here.lol
ltinvestor
01/12/2017
16:36
I like this part from them. The company was taking on "cheap" debt rather than issuing new equity to avoid diluting Mr Soros’s fund. In other word, I've put enough in let some other mug take the risk. Can't blame him really.
gerdmuller
01/12/2017
08:40
At the World CommunicationsAwards held this week Hyperoptic scooped the “broadband pioneer” award.Over 100 UK developers now use Hyperoptic to install and connect their fibre optic broadband service!!They are now installing in 45 UK cities so think hard before investing in CityFibre.Cityfibre should win the “smoke and mirrors” award.
ltinvestor
30/11/2017
09:39
Regarding the debt it is almost certain that they will receive long-term infrastructure debt after having 20% of the volume guaranteed by Vodafone. They have already announced that they are in talks with Macquarie & Rothschild and they announcement will come in Q1 2018 for the refinancing of the debt. There is no chance of a rights issue as I said until H2 2018/H1 2019 - the balance sheet is well capitalised for the first 5 - 12 cities.
george stobbart
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