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ECK Eckoh Plc

42.00
0.00 (0.00%)
14 Jun 2024 - Closed
Delayed by 15 minutes
Share Name Share Symbol Market Type Share ISIN Share Description
Eckoh Plc LSE:ECK London Ordinary Share GB0033359141 ORD 0.25P
  Price Change % Change Share Price Bid Price Offer Price High Price Low Price Open Price Shares Traded Last Trade
  0.00 0.00% 42.00 41.00 43.00 42.50 42.00 42.00 742,264 13:35:02
Industry Sector Turnover Profit EPS - Basic PE Ratio Market Cap
Communications Services, Nec 38.82M 4.64M 0.0160 26.25 121.98M
Eckoh Plc is listed in the Communications Services sector of the London Stock Exchange with ticker ECK. The last closing price for Eckoh was 42p. Over the last year, Eckoh shares have traded in a share price range of 32.50p to 45.50p.

Eckoh currently has 290,439,014 shares in issue. The market capitalisation of Eckoh is £121.98 million. Eckoh has a price to earnings ratio (PE ratio) of 26.25.

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DateSubjectAuthorDiscuss
06/4/2021
16:47
Interesting spike up at the end of the day, something brewing?
septimus quaid
01/4/2021
17:24
Exaggerated fall today as a tiny Uncrossed Trade (17 shares) went through @ 73p just after the closing bell yesterday
septimus quaid
30/3/2021
09:08
zipstuck, £7.9mm was across the UK and US businesses. At end Sep, new US secpay cntrcts were $5.9mm, so H2 was $5.7mm vs $3.4mm for H220 so there may be an element of seasonality. I think the point they wanted to make was that despite the on premise contracts being limited by COVID, the Cloud ones have taken up the slack.

US Secpay new contract wins for the last 4 halves have been $5.7/5.9/3.4/7.3mm.

wjccghcc
30/3/2021
08:34
zipstuck - please explain as don't understand
red army
30/3/2021
08:15
Investors should look carefully at this announcement and compare to the contracts won at the end of September which was 7.9
zipstuck
18/3/2021
10:39
Will Eckoh buy Netcall?
hybrasil
17/3/2021
17:49
Look at the profit in relation to the valuation in the market place. Difficult to see an improvement in share price without a major effort in North America. Maybe a new franchiseee would be the answer.
rabbrooks
17/3/2021
16:52
your horse is about to leave the parade ring
hybrasil
10/3/2021
07:23
It is frustrating, to say the least, to watch the share price of their UK listed smaller competitor rocketing upwards whilst eckoh slowly go south, no news will always leave a share price to drift downwards as investors have no information, eckoh need to deliver on the news/contract wins front, and reasonably soon, if they want to deliver any sort of decent share price performance.
nickelmer
04/3/2021
16:59
Been a while, "feels" like we are due some kind of update soon
septimus quaid
18/2/2021
15:15
I think this is just a plaything for fund managers and/or large investors at the moment as they swap huge tranches of shares. The ticks up and down maybe largely irrelevant.
nhb001
17/2/2021
12:11
There is a nice bullish pennant forming and a move to 68 would be great and hopefully confirm a move towards 90p ish. That is why I bought in to this stock. Also like the story here and the low amount of posts keeping under the radar. Not long to wait now.
red army
17/2/2021
09:57
When I created this thread (19/08/2013) nearly 8 yrs ago it was then trading around 24p. The Company has changed significantly during this time and I’ve been in and out several times since it was 4p many years earlier. I now note ADVFN have decided to remove my header Charts and News tags that I purposely included in the Introduction and as such have undermined its original purpose, such is the pity. This is the case with all my Posts and I’m assuming these changes have been done to squeeze out free bb contributors from the platform. However, I note comments frequency has notably declined. Today trading slightly up at 65p ECK’s rise can hardly be regarded as meteororic over 8 years by any standard, however I still hold in hope of better things to come.
mazarin
29/12/2020
20:29
Chunky buy after hours. 75,000 @ 65p. Decent chance this will be tipped over coming days.
techno20
29/12/2020
16:21
Took an initial position today, hoping the share price and BB will liven up in 2021. Excited about the prospects in the US combined with director purchases before Christmas. Not cheap at the moment, but will be if the 80% growth in secure payments continues apace. GLA
techno20
27/11/2020
09:17
Nice to see the directors have confidence in the company, buying stock recently.
spookies
25/11/2020
13:31
"...that one might have assumed this sort of business would benefit from the remote working, lockdown environment."

I am not sure that's true as their secure payment offering was/is targeted at call centres. Luckily they have the work at home version as well which they say is selling well.

They need to keep innovating and come up with new products.

nhb001
25/11/2020
10:51
In line results: Investor's Champion comments that one might have assumed this sort of business would benefit from the remote working, lockdown environment.

However, revenue for the 6 months fell 13% to £15.7m, or 4% adjusting for the one-off Coral contract secured in the prior year, which makes comparison more challenging. US Secure Payments revenue increased significantly by 80% to $6.5m offset by planned decline in Support (61%) and expected decline in Coral (85%).

energeticbacker
26/10/2020
13:17
yes, I noticed that, like a trade-bot humming away

..a bit more cash in the bank can't do any harm

septimus quaid
26/10/2020
12:23
I would class the update as fairly neutral - i.e. in line and relatively good considering the poor circumstances. Surprisingly (imho) the share price remains quite stable when some similar shares recently showing stronger trends have sold off following updates.
This probably has something to do with market psychology rather than fundamentals, e.g. not many known short term trading positions for the mm's to anticipate and clobber.
However, there has been a minor rash of sellers this morning and I am intrigued by the stability with so many sells at exactly 64.51p when typically one would expect to see a gradual slide. It is therefore tempting to consider whether there may be a ready acquirer in the background as I doubt that an mm would want to have many sitting on his book without a known home for them.

boadicea
26/10/2020
10:14
N+1 Singer Report out

An H1 update to September reveals a robust performance notwithstanding a challenging macro backdrop - sales (ex. Coral) are just “slightly lower” y/y, indeed if also excluding an intentional move away from hardware-based Support, we estimate core revenue grew c.+7%. This was underpinned by continued strong growth in US SecPay: +80% y/y, now ~32%/group sales, while in the UK, we estimate sales fell by c.-11%. Here, Covid impacted transactional sales (rather than any permanent loss of business) such that a future recovery is likely in our view. Despite the lower sales and GP, it‘s impressive to note profitability is expected to be in line with 1H20 (AOP: £3.4m) following tight cost management. Looking ahead, there’s reason to be optimistic, as in US SecPay, large enterprise tenders that were paused in H1, may resume in H2. Meanwhile in the UK – and despite the headline sales figure – business activity is already reassuringly strong: total new business won grew 8% y/y in H1, this includes the major £4m/6yr contract with Capita and TfL announced in August. In addition, closing net cash of £12.9m (£2m FCF) continues to offer strategic options. We reiterate that this a high quality company, with a robust and cash generative UK business, while leadership position in a nascent and fast growing US market.

nickelmer
26/10/2020
10:14
N+1 Singer Report out

An H1 update to September reveals a robust performance notwithstanding a challenging macro backdrop - sales (ex. Coral) are just “slightly lower” y/y, indeed if also excluding an intentional move away from hardware-based Support, we estimate core revenue grew c.+7%. This was underpinned by continued strong growth in US SecPay: +80% y/y, now ~32%/group sales, while in the UK, we estimate sales fell by c.-11%. Here, Covid impacted transactional sales (rather than any permanent loss of business) such that a future recovery is likely in our view. Despite the lower sales and GP, it‘s impressive to note profitability is expected to be in line with 1H20 (AOP: £3.4m) following tight cost management. Looking ahead, there’s reason to be optimistic, as in US SecPay, large enterprise tenders that were paused in H1, may resume in H2. Meanwhile in the UK – and despite the headline sales figure – business activity is already reassuringly strong: total new business won grew 8% y/y in H1, this includes the major £4m/6yr contract with Capita and TfL announced in August. In addition, closing net cash of £12.9m (£2m FCF) continues to offer strategic options. We reiterate that this a high quality company, with a robust and cash generative UK business, while leadership position in a nascent and fast growing US market.

nickelmer
26/10/2020
09:19
Not an inspiring update. I'm out
petewy
26/10/2020
07:22
H1 trading update released this morning (interims to be reported 24/11/20):
septimus quaid
07/10/2020
13:39
It's frustrating. I am fairly sure there is a willing seller in the background. If the MMs are ever short of stock someone is stepping in. 100,000 bought at 68p today but no rise. On other days small sales moves the price down. More patience required I am afraid.
nhb001
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