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Share Name Share Symbol Market Type Share ISIN Share Description
Ebiquity Plc LSE:EBQ London Ordinary Share GB0004126057 ORD 25P
  Price Change % Change Share Price Bid Price Offer Price High Price Low Price Open Price Shares Traded Last Trade
  0.00 0.0% 19.60 19.20 20.00 19.60 19.60 19.60 1,725 08:00:00
Industry Sector Turnover (m) Profit (m) EPS - Basic PE Ratio Market Cap (m)
Media 68.7 -6.5 -10.1 - 15

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DateSubjectAuthorDiscuss
13/2/2018
09:49
I missed that 700k saving. Doh!
p1nkfish
13/2/2018
09:44
Net proceeds of the Disposal after tax and transaction costs will be used to reduce net debt. We anticipate making central cost savings within the remaining group of a minimum of £0.7 million.
faz147
13/2/2018
09:41
Now the debt has been addressed, I would expect to see a decent dividend before too long as the remaining business is higher margin, therefore every contract win should contribute positively to the bottom line. Unlikely to make any overnight millionaires but should see some solid returns here with a little patience. Undervalued and Under the Radar IMO.
faz147
13/2/2018
09:41
If it shows much share price weakness it becomes a buy for me. Might be some tax loss selling due. There is a PDF on the investor section of the website explaining the rationale. Makes a great deal of sense and management proactively steering the business to higher growth, more focus and less debt. Have no idea of the central office cost reductions but there probably are some slight reductions there from the disposal or at least resources allocated towards higher growth if no cost reduction. Anyone have an idea?
p1nkfish
13/2/2018
07:27
If they allocate the disposal cash well (£26m) it should add some rocket fuel and increase overall growth but from a lower revenue base. Good to see debt reduction use of the cash too. Smaller company but looks sustainable, better growth potential overall and focussed. I didn't get the vibe that this might happen. Management is serious about the plan. It looks good to me for those willing to hold long enough to see the plan base fruit.
p1nkfish
03/8/2017
18:39
I hold these, just under no illusions. Better to be a bit of a pessimist and still manage to find a reason to hold.
p1nkfish
03/8/2017
18:38
Totally agree that demand should increase. The days of open loop marketing/advert spend online are coming to a screeching halt. Ebq well placed.
p1nkfish
03/8/2017
16:20
There is definitely downside risk here. Without a decent divi to support the SP, this could drift up to 20% lower I think, on the absence of any news.But as an industry Insider I strongly believe in the areas that Ebiquity provide services in, will grow in demand over the next year. If they are unable to win new business or upsell existing clients that it would definitely be the fault of management.
boonkoh
03/8/2017
13:37
That would be useful, yes. I'm a bit of a pessimist as I can only see a period of reducing P/E's ahead. Hope I'm wrong.
p1nkfish
03/8/2017
10:44
It may take a full 18 months to see the fruits of the labour, but hoping the market starts to value this as a growth story instead in the next few months, rerating to 15-20 forward PE.
boonkoh
03/8/2017
10:42
I don't see 6 months as being long enough for major change. This is at least 18 months to see the benefits. If 6 months is your timescale you will probably be disappointed imho. With a bit of luck you won't be disappointed but it would probably just be luck.
p1nkfish
03/8/2017
09:32
I agree a very uninspiring statement. I look forward with optimism in H2. Lots of new initiatives, services, Geographic expansion, and ramp up of BD team in he first half. Hopefully comes together second half. B2B service sales have a fickle way of always taking longer than expected.
boonkoh
03/8/2017
08:27
TS disappointing. Comments that results will be better in H2 give me no great confidence. I will hold, although I have held for years hoping for a breakthrough. Statement today will not achieve that.
jadeticl3
03/8/2017
07:45
Will look to add on weakness.
p1nkfish
03/8/2017
07:24
I've sold out on that soft Trading Statement. Will wait and see how H2 shapes up. "Whilst the first half of the year has been softer in the US, we anticipate stronger performance from the US MPO and MVM in the second half of the year and we are pleased that the MI practice has returned to growth following high renewal rates and new product launches. Management anticipate that full year trading will be broadly in line with market expectations."
simon gordon
30/7/2017
19:36
From earlier this year, below. With Unilever as a client, P&G must be a primary target too. Https://blog.ebiquity.com/2017/02/media-transparency-significant-signs-of-progress
p1nkfish
30/7/2017
00:02
Good for the likes of EBQ Http://www.zerohedge.com/news/2017-07-29/pg-slashed-digital-ad-spending-what-happened-next?
p1nkfish
26/7/2017
14:45
Interesting solid amount of trades today and yesterday. Trading update came out on 27th July last year... Same this year? Information leakage?
boonkoh
25/4/2017
12:02
No surprise if JO Hambro are reducing further. 120p sort of ceiling.
p1nkfish
25/4/2017
11:59
Worth taking a look at JWNG for big data as well as marketing agency work. I hold both JWNG and EBQ. A little overlap between then but covers a ground with good growth potential.
p1nkfish
24/4/2017
16:34
My thoughts were that there seems to be a bit of a tailwind from the adtech industry issues on transparency. So that, allied with reasonably clear intentions from the new management, decent 2016 results (not to mention forex tailwinds)and a good institutional shareholder base seems a reasonable proposition. Against that there's not a lot of liquidity, so buying in (and then selling out) might be more subject to supply and demand on the day than I would like. Also I note that the CFO appears a bit light on financial qualifications, although he does seem to have a fair bit of on-the-job experience.
1gw
24/4/2017
15:53
Agree, share price has been going nowhere for four years, bottom of the range is 90p'ish, new guy took over early 2016, so maybe show some traction after two years, maybe less if he's lucky. September will be his next big update to show if his ideas are bedding in. It could spring to life in the meantime or remain becalmed, certainly not a trading share. I'm looking at it as a three to five year hold based on the CEO driving sustainable growth and a rerating.
simon gordon
24/4/2017
15:42
I agree with Hambros mispriced comment but there isn't really any reason for them to move short term and a lot will be riding in the next set of figures. That sort of set up always leaves you feeling a little exposed.
spooky
24/4/2017
15:20
Spooky, It didn't put me off buying some. The newish CEO looks to be investing for growth. Glassdoor review from October 2015 seems to be what the CEO is trying to change: Https://www.glassdoor.co.uk/Reviews/Ebiquity-Reviews-E12513.htm
simon gordon
24/4/2017
15:01
That's the polite way of putting it.
spooky
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