Share Name Share Symbol Market Type Share ISIN Share Description
Ffi Holdings LSE:FFI London Ordinary Share GB00BF04DT64 ORD 1P
  Price Change % Change Share Price Shares Traded Last Trade
  +2.00p +6.67% 32.00p 182,879 16:16:59
Bid Price Offer Price High Price Low Price Open Price
31.00p 33.00p 33.50p 30.00p 30.00p
Industry Sector Turnover (m) Profit (m) EPS - Basic PE Ratio Market Cap (m)
Media 42.02 3.76 0.67 44.6 50.5

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Ffi Holdings Daily Update: Ffi Holdings is listed in the Media sector of the London Stock Exchange with ticker FFI. The last closing price for Ffi Holdings was 30p.
Ffi Holdings has a 4 week average price of 28p and a 12 week average price of 28p.
The 1 year high share price is 157.50p while the 1 year low share price is currently 28p.
There are currently 157,820,243 shares in issue and the average daily traded volume is 780,375 shares. The market capitalisation of Ffi Holdings is £50,502,477.76.
pireric: So does the market think he was worth keeping by hitting the share price? I hope not and it's just no-one likes a CFO leaving, despite Mr T sadly failing to do a great job
parob: From Francis on twitter:Francis@caymanfrancisReplying to @rhomboid1MFI strongly suspect the CFO has been pushed, and probably at the behest of one or more of the institutional holdings who took stock at IPO and are now sitting on a ~80% loss. Wider market moves notwithstanding, I expect this news would normally result in a share price rise.
pireric: Thought this might be a handy matrix to have to hand. P/E ratios per share price - I admit, some bias by putting the director trades on here :0)
stemis: "Please enlighten me as to how this is good value. After falling off a cliff twice and with a valuation at 20% of a year ago, the PE is 43". I do hope this is the view of the market because if it is then it would explain why the share price is where it is....and why the market has got it completely wrong.
pireric: Agree Stemis. What the market is currently doing here, in my opinion, is applying a trough multiple (<5x earnings) to a pretty much trough earnings number. I.e. the perfect time to buy a recovery play. Takes time for this to correct, but then you have two levers which when working together, can create a big shift in what the market is willing to pay for the stock. I honestly think that in, even as short as 12 months, the current share price will look mental. It's not Brexit impacted, strong foothold in its key markets, and genuine revenue and cost synergies to extract in time. Pretty decent figures from ETO out today.
pireric: Indeed, Dan. One lesson learnt from the last crisis is that, even if the operational performance has not bottomed, the share price bottoms well in advance. Same for the mining industry around 2015. Because, obviously, the market is forward looking! You almost have to buy a little bit blind, but at such crazy valuations, in retrospect it always looks obvious, even if you feel a bit uncomfortable at the time.
glasshalfull: Courtesy to declare a holding here. I’ve picked up a few following considerable research over the last few esteemed thanks to pireric for flagging on Twitter and prompting me to research the opportunity here. I tweeted as much around midday today (glasshalfull1 on Twitter) & saw quite a bit of investor interest in attempting to pick the bottom. With the share price down (-80%) since IPO it’s been v interesting reviewing the company performance/ acquisitions over the last 15 months. They really need to put the foot on the brake in respect of any further acquisitions at this time & move to one where they optimise performance in all the moving parts. Far better to under promise and over deliver from here on in. If they do so the share price will re-rate significantly from here. Kind regards GHF
eastbourne1982: Yet the share price doesn't budge, 90% of the shares are out of circulation. Something doesn't add up here.
alotto: I apologies in advance for my lack of knowledge, maybe someone will be able to shed some light on this, how can the share price go down if there have been more buys than sells? should the price be driven by the principle of "offer and demand"?
keyno: Presumably results due later this month. Wonder what share price of FFI would be if the fat man had kept it in his trousers........... Edit: Not kept the share price in his trousers, obviously............
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