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ECK Eckoh Plc

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20 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% 46.00 45.00 47.00 46.00 46.00 46.00 177,458 07:30:12
Industry Sector Turnover Profit EPS - Basic PE Ratio Market Cap
Communications Services, Nec 38.82M 4.64M 0.0160 28.75 133.6M
Eckoh Plc is listed in the Communications Services sector of the London Stock Exchange with ticker ECK. The last closing price for Eckoh was 46p. Over the last year, Eckoh shares have traded in a share price range of 32.50p to 46.50p.

Eckoh currently has 290,439,014 shares in issue. The market capitalisation of Eckoh is £133.60 million. Eckoh has a price to earnings ratio (PE ratio) of 28.75.

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Great news this company is going places
Hopefully someone can confirm the base of the Usa co. Is it Nebraska ? Would prospective customers have confidence of committing to one of the hick states of the old land of opportunity?
Shareholder’s patience is indeed being sorely tested, it’s now approaching the 7 year anniversary of Eckoh’s “transformational acquisition’ of the US company PSS on 18 November 2015.
septimus quaid
Things do appear to be improving, BUT, shareholders still have to wait another year to see if the growth promised is actually delivered, unless they can deliver (and actually announce) some decent sized contract wins in the meantime. I agree on the dividend, it has been the same for several years, having wasted £30 million on a competitor, perhaps they can help relieve tired shareholders with a dividend increase, with savings rates increasing your money will soon be better off in the bank
I really don’t know what ECK are playing at at the mo. 5% is just “noise” in the scheme of things, like did they mean to say 50%?

They seem to specialise in the art of understatement.

Cutting through the corporate waffle, the next big test will be June’s dividend announcement.

septimus quaid
Good update today - and it needed one!
Revenue is as expected but the earnings are marginally (5%) above concensus forecast which is nice. With the dollar cotent of revenue trending upwards and relative dollar strength vs sterling, the immediate outlook has a measure of following wind to help offset general market gloom.
My feeling is that there is enough promise hear to sustain the current valuation and provide a reasonable expectation of advance over the coming year if/when markets stabilise.

The share price pops briefly, before resuming its longer-term trend down.

The company needs to show that it can actually deliver decent growth, even if it is to justify its current price at which level it is still on an overly high PE ratio.

Time to actually deliver on all the promises of the past and the hype about the USA market opportunity before we see any price improvement IMHO

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matthew palmer
Eckoh PLC is involved in the provision of patented payment, customer contact solution and data security solutions across messaging and voice channels. The company is segmented into two main departments: Eckoh Omni and Eckoh US supplying a wide range of services, such are the cases of secure payments, customer self-service, cloud customer engagement and cloud customer engagement. These effective solutions were effectively incorporated into the corporation’s financial statements since the firm is trading in line with market consensus deriving £31m from payment solutions. As a result, EPS growth surged to 33.3%, which is the second highest within the telecommunications service market. Subsequently, the information technology firm generated a robust P/FCF of 63.6x, signifying that operating, investing and financing activities are funded more efficiently than its peers, since the IT industry P/FCF is standing 19.5x. Furthermore, Eckoh PLC is still undervalued with respect to its peers, since the firm’s P/E ratio is 22.8x, lower than its information technology industry benchmark of 51x, hence investors can purchase the stock cheaply.
...but apparently not worthy of an RNS.
Well apparently some do (...want to pay 36 times... etc)
They may have their reasons ... takeover target etc. Also remember the past two years have been somewhat untypical.

Whatever, we have a notable change in tone today and a better volume than for some days. Is there a cause, yet to be revealed?

No growth in years means the PE ratio is diabolically high for a company with no real growth, the next results MUST be better or this share is priced below 33p and staying there for years
No news is bad news for investors who are voting with their wallets on the company's dreadful lack of news, worst PR of any companies I am invested in
Why is this falling so much?
The company itself seems to have gone into hiding, last year's FY results were announced on 15/06/21
septimus quaid
Their has been a pandemic for the last 2 years I expect it will explode this year as long as ww3 doesn't come calling
They will need a lot more than that to justify talk of how high the opportunity is the growth claims that have been passed around for the last 2 years now, investors are not prepared to wait any longer, results need to show REAL progress
They just won their largest contract ????
The directors can buy a few shares, that does not really impress anyone, what this company needs to do is actually deliver some growth and contract wins, if the market is as good as they say it is, I suspect the market is getting tired of being told how big the opportunity is, but no contract wins announced??? if it was so good, why did they have to purchase Syntec to get some growth.......
I don't think much of their maths! Upside of 52.3% from 42p would be 64p, not 88p.
They have their fraction upside down and have quoted the downside from 88p to 42p.
The upside is actually 109% - that is if you believe the Canaccord potential figure.

The company does appear to have a plausible strategy to relaunch growth but personally I should be happy to see previous highs revisited as a first step.

On current metrics and recent stodgy performance the share is not overpriced at the present time (imho) and any assumption that 'potential' will be achieved requires trust that has to be earned. That said, the balance sheet does provide reasonable resources if deployed effectively.

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