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
  -2.50 -0.91% 271.00 584,229 16:35:05
Bid Price Offer Price High Price Low Price Open Price
275.00 277.00 278.00 270.00 278.00
Industry Sector Turnover (m) Profit (m) EPS - Basic PE Ratio Market Cap (m)
General Financial 461.31 224.01 61.50 4.4 790
Last Trade Time Trade Type Trade Size Trade Price Currency
18:45:01 O 360 271.266 GBX

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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 273.50p.
Cmc Markets Plc has a 4 week average price of 263.50p and a 12 week average price of 263.50p.
The 1 year high share price is 554p while the 1 year low share price is currently 263.50p.
There are currently 291,417,473 shares in issue and the average daily traded volume is 551,975 shares. The market capitalisation of Cmc Markets Plc is £789,741,351.83.
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.
ftse shares: Dear All, In March last year, revenues and profits booming. May,June, July, August, CMC profits warning, what going on with traders. Same iG markets last year, profit warning end of July, share price for companies high in December 2020 and good dividend. Analysts on cmc, hold, buy, strong buy. What's going on your boots or ignore these type of companies or buy in dip, hold till Jan 22.
riverman77: Worth also highlighting that markets had already partly factored in the slowdown in activity with the share price having drifted lower for past few weeks. It fell 30% yesterday but before that had fallen around 20% from its earlier peak. Certainly a lot of scope for a sharp recovery if trading picks up, which I suspect it will before too long.
pj0077: The Tangible Book Value (TBV) of 75p proved to set a floor for the share price in the summer of 2019.In the meantime, the TBV appears to have risen to 133p, so this should set a share price floor this time around in the event of a profit wipe-out.
undervaluedassets: So volatile markets never return? Of course they do. Like long term weather forecasting, financial markets cannot be called; And CMC can no more predict the volatility of markets more than anyone else can. CMC has simply and appropriately reported the state of markets as they have found them. In July they looked buoyant. Through August and right now less so. But the idea that markets are never volatile again and that abundant short term trading does not resume is clearly wrong. In a few years time, the current share price will be seen for what it is. An opportunity.
riverman77: Markets so ridiculously focused on short term trends - yes markets have been very very quiet for the last couple of months and earnings are obviously going to be lower while this persists. This does not mean the company is worth 20% less because a quiet couple of months - share price should reflect long term earnings potential.
angersharkz: I changed my mind late yesterday afternoon and held here and collected the divi. I think the fundamentals here are still very good and going forwards they’re still expecting to make a greater return than pre pandemic levels. I think they will need another strong trading statement in October for the share price to kick on though
rcturner2: I'm surprised that people are talking about selling CMCX. The numbers are very strong here and of course there is likely to be some pull back after the lockdowns are over, but they have a built up a superb business and the forecasts for 2022 are still vert good based on the current share price.
angersharkz: gbh2 - I agree. I feel this share price may have peaked. They coined it in during the worst of the pandemic with an overload of new clients but going forwards I think it will be about client retention. I averaged up on this a few months back but I don’t see much more upside here so I’d rather get out before the ex div for a small loss than hold it in slow decline
thelongandtheshortandthetall: Very pleased with CMCX. They keep delivering and the share price is growing nicely. Reckon we'll be back on track to 500+p now.
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