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
  -2.00 -0.82% 240.50 8,453 09:25:03
Bid Price Offer Price High Price Low Price Open Price
239.50 242.00 243.00 238.00 243.00
Industry Sector Turnover (m) Profit (m) EPS - Basic PE Ratio Market Cap (m)
General Financial 325.81 92.14 24.80 9.7 684
Last Trade Time Trade Type Trade Size Trade Price Currency
09:24:35 O 129 240.00 GBX

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Posted at 03/2/2023 08:20 by 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 242.50p.
Cmc Markets Plc has a 4 week average price of 222p and a 12 week average price of 216p.
The 1 year high share price is 323p while the 1 year low share price is currently 205p.
There are currently 284,288,142 shares in issue and the average daily traded volume is 198,569 shares. The market capitalisation of Cmc Markets Plc is £683,712,981.51.
Posted at 26/1/2023 07:25 by aleman
IGG PTP down 8% on revenue up 10% but would have been PTP -17% without a boost from interest on cash. Not sure how I can compare to CMCX but something to watch for. Revenue was up but there was a big jump in expenses due to exchange rate, increased headcount and tech investment. Sounds similar to here though probably not when we see more detail. They expect a mid single digit costs rise in 2023 v 2022 after 25% in these numbers.
Posted at 17/11/2022 12:55 by starpukka
Ironically, I have placed a long spreadbet on cmcx today. Hoping to return to the 260s soon.
Posted at 17/11/2022 12:40 by aleman
-75% in CGT and dividend allowances will tend to push a few more investors onto platforms and tax-wrappers. CMCX UK business was 42% of leveraged revenue.
Posted at 16/11/2022 13:39 by markbelluk
"CMC will have few difficulties funding its diversification drive from its existing capital resources – the balance sheet shows more than £250mn of available liquidity. It may suffer from unstable forex rates and unforeseen higher costs, but a forward price/earnings ratio based on Numis’s forecasts for 2023 of 12, falling to nine in 2024, means the shares have a definite value attraction. Speculative buy. "
Posted at 16/11/2022 08:23 by bookbroker
And I cannot remember a time, apart from Covid period in 2020, that this company has surprised to the upside. Needs to find a merger or Cruddas to initiate a sale at a premium to current price.
Posted at 13/10/2022 13:10 by bookbroker
This will be coining it on volatility, that is not going away, so CMCX should continue to generate strong returns in i leveraged revenue.
Posted at 13/10/2022 13:02 by sphere25
Don't know if there is some forced bits of selling here or just 250 trackers but look at the moves out there. The DOW has dropped nearly 1000 in a flash on that CPI report. Surely the fund manglers should be buying CMCX.

Almost everything out there is grim and there is too much faith in central plankers. Those inflation reads in the US just keep coming in bad, but for some unknown reason they keep having this incredible amount of faith in a softer landing, except the reality is hitting home now.

Another new low on the S&P500.

They were up at around $240 on earnings and now the reality is hitting the forecasts are coming down with one coming out yesterday around the $210 mark. I think they should be at least 10% lower from here to price in sensible risk, but that could be too optimistic. I could see a move under 3000 to form an eventual bottom over there, which will drag us down alot further, but clearly I don't know where the bottom is.

I am just attempting to form a view based on the information out there. I think low 3000's is sensible, even if the mega caps command premium ratings.


I continue to:
- Be bearish,
- Playing defence in preserving capital
- Attempt quick counter attack bounce trades but getting out quick if they don't work - small losses work really well in the long term and we're only mostly playing for 5-10% (granted there are some tiddlers or more speculative ones that can pop alot higher like EVG did) right now. It is tough going.
- Expect profit warnings and further share price deterioriation but acknowledge that some of the prices out there will look good 2-5 years out.
- Worry that something might blow up, all this leverage and financial instability could drag things alot lower than expected, but will the FED then reverse course on QT. They are already comments out there now on Bloomberg saying the FED should reverse...blooming hek! Noone wants to take their medicine for the free money excesses.

Volatility isn't going away and CMCX should come out with strong numbers but with all the dislocations and worries over financial stability, everything tends to get smashed so I might have to come out of this one if it keeps looking weak and try again. Already down on it thinking they would buy volatility and competitors upgrading numbers too. Given it more leeway because it should be defensive.

Maybe they eventually will buy it up.

All imo

Posted at 06/10/2022 07:57 by sphere25
Caught some nice moves here.

Back long CMCX. This should be higher.

The volatility isn't clearly going to stop. Some nice technical bounces out there from oversold conditions but it is just a matter of how much the central plankers have ballsed up.

That should mean a nice dough filled period for CMCX.

Picked up a few VIC for a quick trade too - some interesting early buying coming in there. IF that continues there might be a nice spike to lob into.

Watching BWNG too. Heavy early exchanges on the warning. Someone is picking up huge blocks at 19.5p but that looks more iffy so wait and see on that one. If enough sellers get mopped up there, it might actually bounce on that warning...oooerr gavnar!

That's all for now.

All imo

Posted at 26/1/2022 14:13 by 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


Posted at 08/10/2021 16:18 by 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.
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