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CMCX Cmc Markets Plc

-1.10 (-1.21%)
04 Dec 2023 - Closed
Delayed by 15 minutes
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
  -1.10 -1.21% 89.80 1,148,548 16:29:55
Bid Price Offer Price High Price Low Price Open Price
89.60 90.30 90.80 89.00 90.80
Industry Sector Turnover Profit EPS - Basic PE Ratio Market Cap
Security Brokers & Dealers 321.78M 41.44M 0.1481 6.06 251.27M
Last Trade Time Trade Type Trade Size Trade Price Currency
17:49:50 O 5,546 89.80 GBX

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Posted at 04/12/2023 08:20 by Cmc Markets Daily Update
Cmc Markets Plc is listed in the Security Brokers & Dealers sector of the London Stock Exchange with ticker CMCX. The last closing price for Cmc Markets was 90.90p.
Cmc Markets currently has 279,815,500 shares in issue. The market capitalisation of Cmc Markets is £251,274,319.
Cmc Markets has a price to earnings ratio (PE ratio) of 6.06.
This morning CMCX shares opened at 90.80p
Posted at 29/11/2023 10:47 by peddlers
I see Robbie Burns has just bought here 😊
Obviously thinks they're very cheap.
The weekly chart is certainly indicating that CMCX is very oversold.

Posted at 29/11/2023 10:11 by hamhamham1
But I do hear you.
CMCX have a leading platform tech for CFD trading and spread betting.
Posted at 29/11/2023 10:03 by hamhamham1
I think CMCX are increasingly offering those extra facilities through CMC Invest. (Both in the UK and in other parts of the world).
Posted at 29/11/2023 09:36 by hamhamham1
The bolt of offerings and cross selling that companies like Interactive Investor and here, CMC Markets, offer to companies like Abdn and its peers are quite compelling IMO.
And there's only a few decent local players that would be worth bidding for IMO, II is gone (sold at £1.5bn to ABDN), that leaves say IG (£2.6bn mcap) and CMCX (£250m mcap), and maybe IBKR ($32bn mcap - US listed though).
Posted at 21/11/2023 07:28 by peddlers
I personally think it's overdone.
Buyers are now starting to come in.

From a chart point of view, the weekly chart is completely oversold and is diverging, but it's the strength of the company Vs its current share price that really interests me.

A market cap of £260M, very strong balance sheet, and the company has more funds than the market cap itself.

As investors flow back into the markets , especially over the course of the next few months and beyond CMCs profitability will likely increase quickly moving forward.

In addition, it's had ample chance to trade below 90p but its so far not dropping that far.

It's only a matter of time before we see those shorts being covered and CMC surging higher

Posted at 18/10/2023 14:49 by aleman
Goodness. Do my eyes deceive me? Everything else is falling and CMCX is up. UK 2-year Gilt yield is currently up 0.33%. Now that is volatile. When I started investing, it rarely moved more than 0.01 or 0.02% per day.

Is CMCX finally waking up to what is going on? Shares down. VIX up. Gold up again. Commodities all over the place (but I suppose that's not so unusual for them).
Posted at 06/9/2023 15:22 by ricky46
Just looking at these-
So the share price does not cover the total equity which means the price is a give away.
I used to own quite a lot of these but I sold out when profits started dropping and I didn’t like the out of the blue horrendous trading statements.
What do people think of the variable remuneration it’s £16 million even when the last years profits dropped, if that wasn’t there it would have that in extra profits, surely the management should only get them bumper payments if they hit or exceed original profit forecasts.
I think costs have gone up far too much based on turnover forecasts.
They had a big boost in covid but I think a lot of that was based on the black swan events and I also think they made a load on crypto currency trading from private traders which got stopped being able to trade unless they were classed as professionals.
Not sure these will get back to the £100 million pound profit mark anytime soon… or even hit there own expectations, they only need to make a small profit though and not break into there cash reserves to make these a steal, just wish this company would run it for all shareholders and not just the executives who get them bumper variable pay packets.
What a waste of money the buyback was too but hey ho
Posted at 06/9/2023 12:41 by brucie5
Arja, Spooky,
Yes to the above; and there will surely be a moment when the share price turns towards fair value. At these prices my inclination has been to stick a toe in the water. The fall from grace has been precipitous, as stated in the article above, and markets like these are punishing disappointment. If it breaks below £1, there might indeed be a further fall, which I might well use as a last top up, below which, an absolute stop-loss.
Posted at 28/3/2023 16:29 by grahamg8
Puzzling numbers: Current sp/mid analyst forecast (number of analysts)
CMCX 60.34%(6), PLUS 55.79% (4), IGG 61.76% (6)

Reasonable consensus on some big players:
BP. 81.64% (22), PSN 91.02% (14), AV. 82.18% (16)
But not on others
BARC 57.31% (16), ENT 62.14% (16)

So do the analysts really know what they are doing, any more than we do? Bank shares have really only fallen a small amount, nothing at all like the doom reported in the press. The Entain gambling empire is pretty unlikely to suffer in a recession. So why are their share prices so low compared with expectations?

Oil prices are under pressure, a housing crisis looms, and investments, pensions and insurance could be in trouble if people have less disposable income. But the analysts are happy that the share prices are robust.

I have to admit to being mystified. Could an investment strategy be build around searching for the biggest sp/forecast discount ie assume the analysts know what they are up to? Surely life can't be that simple can it?
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.
Cmc Markets share price data is direct from the London Stock Exchange

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