Share Name Share Symbol Market Type Share ISIN Share Description
Communisis LSE:CMS London Ordinary Share GB0006683238 ORD 25P
  Price Change % Change Share Price Shares Traded Last Trade
  -3.40p -6.23% 51.20p 381,232 16:35:13
Bid Price Offer Price High Price Low Price Open Price
51.20p 52.00p 55.40p 50.00p 54.00p
Industry Sector Turnover (m) Profit (m) EPS - Basic PE Ratio Market Cap (m)
Support Services 375.86 14.44 5.64 9.1 107.4

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2018-07-20 15:35:1251.202,9771,524.22UT
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2018-07-20 15:27:2054.193,5941,947.59O
2018-07-20 15:20:2152.003,6161,880.32AT
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20/7/2018
09:20
Communisis Daily Update: Communisis is listed in the Support Services sector of the London Stock Exchange with ticker CMS. The last closing price for Communisis was 54.60p.
Communisis has a 4 week average price of 50p and a 12 week average price of 50p.
The 1 year high share price is 73p while the 1 year low share price is currently 46.25p.
There are currently 209,718,326 shares in issue and the average daily traded volume is 138,109 shares. The market capitalisation of Communisis is £107,375,782.91.
22/6/2018
15:31
edmundshaw: JTC SIV has seen its share price double yes, but from the price after an over 75% fall. It is still less than half what it was about 2 years ago before the big profits warnings (104p vs c.230p). So it is recovering from a major sell-off, hardly a fair comparison with CMS.
22/6/2018
09:12
jtcod: ........and SIV has seen its share price effectively double over the last 12 months against CMS up less than 10%. The SIV performance would normally imply a buoyant sector, so its a bit of a conundrum really.
14/6/2018
13:33
jtcod: It can happen the other way of course and this can be seen over the years by the big swings in share price.
14/6/2018
13:32
jtcod: One problem with the stock is that so many shares are held by so few major shareholders that it only takes one deciding to reduce their weighting and with such low liquidity that can depress the share price for months even in the face of good trading.
11/4/2018
14:30
isis: hxxps://www.aol.co.uk/news/2018/04/11/two-4-small-cap-dividend-stocks-that-could-beat-the-ftse-100/ SECTOR DISCOUNT Like Norcros, shares in Communisis look cheap. The stock is currently trading at a forward P/E of 9.4 and supports a dividend yield of 4.3%, even though earnings per share have grown by 17% annualised over the past six years. It looks as if this growth is set to continue. As my Foolish colleague Jack Tang recently pointed out, Communisis has just embarked on a three-year Value Enhancement Programme to deliver 5%-10% annualised adjusted earnings growth through to 2020, via its three critical strategic themes: Digital First, Global Reach and Empowered Organisation. If the company can hit this goal, then in my opinion, the shares deserve a much higher valuation. How much higher? Well, the broader media services sector is currently trading at a median forward P/E of 12 while the professional and commercial services sector is trading at a median valuation of 14.2. I think Communisis deserves a valuation between the two, around 13 times forward earnings, implying a share price of 95p based on City projections that the firm will earn 7.3p per share for 2019.
15/1/2018
14:45
boboty: January seems to have been a good month, in terms of share price appreciation, for Communisis over the last few years.
05/12/2017
17:51
sharw: speedsgh - I think you are right for the wrong reasons! Psona doesn't worry me - it is small in the overall scheme of things and since it is loss-making its demise may improve things. What does worry me as a result of the reading I did around the Psona issue is that I find all these acquisitions over the years that were hailed as transformative, whose accumulated goodwill is such that the balance sheet has negative tangible assets, and which have been damp squibs rather than rockets. The glorious in-speak used (remember how Deploy, Produce, Design became Brand Deployment and Customer Experience?) coupled with executive departures (including the unexplained pending departure of Mark Stoner) make me ask whether there are signs of megalomania at the top. It is all redolent of Vislink (now PEB), which was a one-man show that imploded. £35m of intangibles on the balance sheet dissolved like snow and the share price, hitting 60p in 2015 is now 1.75p.
25/4/2016
08:21
masurenguy: SIV are probably the closest competitor to CMS in the UK although their digital business mix is not necessarily the same. Nevertheless there will inevitably be some sector 'read across' by some investors which will impact the CMS share price. Following the profit warning the SIV shareprice has been very severely hit and has opened down 37% this morning. However one should note the outlook statement issued by Chairman Hickson just over 7 weeks ago. "We are encouraged by increasing demand for the Group's integrated marketing services. In 2016 contract wins, together with our new business pipeline, position Communisis for another year of profitable growth. The Board is focussed on the creation of value; meaning bottom-line profit translating to improving free cash flow and progressively lower debt." Of course things can change relatively quickly especially with the uncertainty over the EU Referendum outcome in June. We will probably have to wait a couple of weeks until the CMS AGM on May 12th to get an update from them on initial trading performance and expectations for the current financial year.
05/11/2015
12:00
speedsgh: Wonder what will be the catalyst for the CMS share price to finally break out of the downtrend it has been in since Q1 2014? Showing no signs of it at present. Perhaps Final Results in March? About time CMS had a bit of time in the sun.
15/4/2015
14:17
masurenguy: New share options for senior management. Around 15% vest if the shareprice averages 90p in 3 years time and the bulk of the balance vests if an average CAGR of circa 7.5% - 15% is achieved over the next 3 years. Leaving target figures aside, I like the formulas that are being applied insofar as they broadly align management interests with those of the shareholders. RNS Number : 3212K Communisis PLC 15 April 2015 NOTIFICATION OF TRANSACTIONS OF DIRECTORS, PERSONS DISCHARGING MANAGERIAL RESPONSIBILITY OR CONNECTED PERSONS The notifications below are all made in accordance with DTR 3.1.4 R(1) and the dealings were all in respect of the grant of options pursuant to the Communisis Long Term Incentive Plan to acquire (for nil consideration but subject to a performance condition) ordinary shares of 25 pence each in the share capital of Communisis plc. On 14 April 2015, each of the persons named in column 1 of the table below (the "Table") was granted the number of options stated in column 2 of the Table The options are exercisable from 14 April 2018 to 13 April 2020. 1. The Performance Conditions subject to which the options have been granted are as follows: 1.1. 20% of the options are subject to a performance condition based on growth in the Company's share price, in accordance with the following table and subject to the conditions specified in paragraphs (a) and (b):- Share Price % of award subject to Share Price Performance Condition vesting -------------------- ----------------------- Start to Earn being 25% vests 10p above Base Share Price -------------------- ----------------------- Between STE and Straight-line vesting 90p -------------------- ----------------------- 90p or more 100% vests -------------------- ----------------------- (a) the period over which the Share Price Performance Condition will be measured will be the period of three years measured from the date of grant; (b) vesting will be based on the average share price in the final 3 months of the 3 year measurement period and the base share price will be average share price for the 3 months preceding the date of grant. 1.2 80% of the options are subject to a performance condition based on EPS performance, in accordance with the following table and subject to the conditions specified in paragraphs (a) and (b):- Equivalent CAGR % of award subject in EPS to EPS Performance Condition vesting ------------------ ---------------------- Less than 7.5% Nil p.a. ------------------ ---------------------- 7.5% p.a. 25% vests ------------------ ---------------------- Between 7.5% p.a. Straight-line vesting and 15% p.a. ------------------ ---------------------- 15% p.a.or more 100% vests ------------------ ---------------------- (a) the period over which the EPS Performance Condition will be measured will be the period of three financial years 2015, 2016 and 2017; (b) EPS will be Adjusted Basic EPS, calculated on the same basis as for the Company's accounts, (i.e.) earnings per share from continuing operations before exceptional items and amortisation of acquired intangibles and the tax effect of these items. 1.3 as an additional underpin, no shares will vest unless the Committee is satisfied as to the Company's financial performance in financial years 2015, 2016 and 2017; Column 1 Column 2 ------------------- ---------------- Director / PDMR Options granted ------------------- ---------------- Andy Blundell 615,000 ------------------- ---------------- Nigel Howes 455,000 ------------------- ---------------- Dave Rushton 455,000 ------------------- ---------------- Mark Stoner 420,000 ------------------- ---------------- Laurence Bosshard 175,000 ------------------- ---------------- Malcolm Cotton 175,000 ------------------- ---------------- Dave Herridge 175,000 ------------------- ---------------- Tony Commons 175,000 ------------------- ---------------- Total 2,645,000 ------------------- ---------------- Update @17.15: Some further perspective in relation to the share option programme detailed above. 1. These options are incremental to extant share options in existence at the Y/E 31/12/14. 2. In terms of the 20% of the options that relate to shareprice performance, the actual calculation will be predicated on a base share price of 55.51p. So 25% of this category would start to vest at 65.51p and the rest would vest upon a pro rata basis up to 90p, where 100% will have vested. 3. In terms of the 80% of the options that relate to eps performance, they will vest on a pro rata basis to CAGR between 7.5% and 15.0% over the applicable period. So a CAGR of 10.0% would result in 50%, and a CAGR of 15% would result in 100%, of the options vesting in this performance category.
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