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Share Name Share Symbol Market Type Share ISIN Share Description
Cmc Markets Plc LSE:CMCX London Ordinary Share GB00B14SKR37 ORD 25P
  Price Change % Change Share Price Shares Traded Last Trade
  0.00 0.0% 274.00 232,279 16:35:03
Bid Price Offer Price High Price Low Price Open Price
273.00 274.00 280.00 266.00 266.00
Industry Sector Turnover (m) Profit (m) EPS - Basic PE Ratio Market Cap (m)
General Financial 325.81 92.14 24.80 11.0 798
Last Trade Time Trade Type Trade Size Trade Price Currency
18:18:00 O 500 274.00 GBX

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01/7/2022
09:20
Cmc Markets Daily Update: Cmc Markets Plc is listed in the General Financial sector of the London Stock Exchange with ticker CMCX. The last closing price for Cmc Markets was 274p.
Cmc Markets Plc has a 4 week average price of 234p and a 12 week average price of 234p.
The 1 year high share price is 493.50p while the 1 year low share price is currently 212.50p.
There are currently 291,417,473 shares in issue and the average daily traded volume is 292,723 shares. The market capitalisation of Cmc Markets Plc is £798,483,876.02.
09/6/2022
18:10
grahamg8: I agree drop in share price seems overdone. Topped up. At 240.5 the yield is just over 5%. Growth pencilled in at 30% over three years, I take that to mean a total of 30% ie 9%pa. Margin expansion from 2024 onward. Can they do it though? Australia seems to be going well, launch of UK share trading this year, and adding Singapore soon. As Bob the Builder would say can he fix it? yes he can! An income share with growth potential.
09/6/2022
14:13
vladimirbob: This happened to Sabre Insurance last year. I'm just still trying to work out if it's material or not for CMC. Other than that, I don't see why the share price dropped 20%. No profit warning, it's the top end of guidance and the company mentioned this expectation in the trading update prior to this. Although, at current price, the divi declared for the year yields ~5% - not unreasonably priced.
09/6/2022
10:43
markbelluk: >I don't think the 60% reduction in the dividend will help, do you? Pretty much inline with the share price down 55% from its high?
09/6/2022
08:44
nigelpm: You're conflating the share price with the results. Results were ok, cost pressures starting to show through but growth there also on pre-pandemic. A 5-10% fall would have been sensible.
16/3/2022
22:47
ricky46: Just a thought , Peter Cruddas is the main shareholder owning 60% equals 432 million pound of the market cap…….. Meaning these shares are tightly held, the buybacks will be coming from the shares he doesn’t own so other shareholders I’d presume, so it will reduce the free float by 30 million shares from the 290 million market cap that he doesn’t own unless he’s planning on selling his own stock which I can’t see! I think there trying to raise the share price right up, ready to split the company up this year. I might be wrong though
21/2/2022
15:12
brucie5: RCT, and others here: which do you prefer, please: CMCX or IGG? Considering both, though IGG appears to have the better dividend on Stocko (6.22%, fwiw; contrast to CMCX 5.39%) and passes six screens, to CMCX's two. On the other hand CMCX has fallen much further and seems like it may have found some good support over £2.00 level at just over 50% of its 2021 peak. Obviously, a huge difference in size too. Comments welcome!
26/1/2022
14:13
kalai1: CMC Markets issued a trading update for the period 1 October 2021 to 31 December 2021, Q3 FY22. During the period CMC delivered sustained performance across both leveraged and non-leveraged operations, client money and assets under administration remain close to record highs. Monthly active client numbers remained at similar levels to those in H1 2022 and the Board is confident of achieving net operating income within the range of £250 million to £280 million for FY22 consistent with prior guidance. According to CEO Lord Cruddas, “The team is on track to launch our new UK investment platform in the first half of the calendar year." Valuation is attractive with forward PE ratio under 10 and the share price having adjusted lower to a softer FY22 post COVID lockdowns. Main cloud, share price lacks momentum for the time being, but looks to be in the process of putting in a floor following its H2 2021 adjustment lower. One to monitor for the time being....from WealthOracleAM hxxps://wealthoracle.co.uk/detailed-result-full/CMCX/327
24/1/2022
20:01
sphere25: Thanks davidro77. I had been posting more recently on the US and watching the moves in the US alot closer because they were moving differently to when I looked into CMCX before. In the past all we saw was (even if the likes of ARKK were weak): - Brief few day sell downs - A buy the few percent dip mentality - Clearly the FED thought interest rates were transitory or inflation wasn't as prominent. - The great rotation and strength of mega tech meant there was no overall meltdown or breach of key index levels That just meant a short sharp spike in the VIX but no extended volatility. The main differences now (which is why CMCX should be better placed to benefit): - Mega tech charts were looking weaker - Key technical levels breaking i.e. it takes a longer phase to find a bottom which means more volatility - Selling into strength rather than buying it, particularly later day sell downs in the US - Clearly the FED was wrong on inflation so bigger concerns over tightening - Crypto also crashing through key support levels BUT... You can never be sure how indices move. I don't trade them, just watch them because trading those, forex and crypto is a mugs game. The warnings say 68% lose etc but over the longer run, been told from the inside it can be 95% plus so there you go. AND YET... Even CMCX didn't rally today! They literally sold everything, anything they could sell today. I was watching about 80 shares today....how many finish up... Four. Just four... Biggest gain? 2.6% and I wasn't even in that one! Paying for the exuberance on the other side of the Atlantic can be irritating, but this is how it works too, so time to go shopping if we can work out: - Crypto bottom - ARKK and tech bottom - When mega tech getting bought again - FED comments - Putin's mind So err yeah... That all sounds very straightforward so there should be alot more scope for balls ups as well as volatility, which leads us back to CMCX now surely benefiting....except... They blooming sold it today :-) Well, this is where the challenge lays so let's see what the update brings. Averaging into a shopping list of the value plays (that have been trading well) that get beaten down due to US exuberance seems to be the way at the moment, because Q1 looks like it is going to be terrible, but those companies should come out the other end fine so hopefully the value UK investors will be the ones smiling after all this chaos. But that is just a view. It might be wrong but I put views out there from time to time. It looks like ARKK and Crypto are trying to do an oversold bounce as I type. They could find a bottom and rally back abit or this could be the start of a much more substantial unwind where the FED is happier to let markets fall rather than save them every time they cry to be saved. I don't really know - there are just too many factors at play to work it all out to a tee. A whopping 85% of the trading in the US is done by the machines there too, so you can never be sure when they go all berserk! I thought that was spelt with a "z" Anywho, rambling now.. Watch the charts and price action and take it from there. All imo DYOR
08/10/2021
17:18
grahamg8: Great discussion guys, quality in a nutshell is about repeatability which CMCX and similar businesses don't have. That is not the same as saying they are a poor company or a poor investment. Certainly the lower CMCX share price seems to have reflected some level of uncertainty going forward. I suspect the broker forecasts were in the main issued before the profits warning of 2 September. Peel Hunt says strong customer levels could indicate a rebound if activity picks up. In this context sky high gas prices and Evergrande on the brink of collapse are good news. Some are suggesting a share price fall to around 150. So set this against a median target of 397 you get a mid point of 273. And where is the share price? 267 at close. Who needs CFDs when the shares themselves are likely to be pretty volatile in the coming months.
15/9/2021
17:35
grahamg8: The charts for CMCX, IGG and PLUS are quite interesting. Over the past 12 months IGG and PLUS have tracked each other pretty closely. CMCX massively outperformed before slipping back and then there was the recent crash bringing the share price down to be the worst performer of the three. However over a five year timescale PLUS hugely outperformed in 2018-2019 before their price collapsed. Indeed the chart shape for PLUS 2018/9 and CMCX 2020/21 are remarkably similar. It's easy to blame the Directors for being overly optimistic and sucking investors in. But these three companies do very similar things and the share prices follow each other pretty closely over the longer term. The message seems clear to me. If one of the three starts rising strongly above and beyond the others then expect a painful correction in 12 to 18 months time.
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