Future Dividends - FUTR

Future Dividends - FUTR

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Stock Name Stock Symbol Market Stock Type
Future Plc FUTR London Ordinary Share
  Price Change Price Change % Stock Price Last Trade
34.00 1.98% 1,749.00 16:35:02
Open Price Low Price High Price Close Price Previous Close
1,700.00 1,691.00 1,742.00 1,749.00 1,715.00
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ELECTRICITY

Future FUTR Dividends History

Announcement Date Type Currency Dividend Amount Period Start Period End Ex Date Record Date Payment Date Total Dividend Amount
30/11/2021FinalGBX2.830/09/202030/09/202113/01/202214/01/202209/02/20222.8
25/11/2020FinalGBX1.630/09/201930/09/202014/01/202115/01/202116/02/20211.6
15/11/2019FinalGBX130/09/201830/09/201916/01/202017/01/202014/02/20201
23/11/2018FinalGBX0.530/09/201730/09/201817/01/201918/01/201915/02/20190.5
22/11/2013FinalGBX0.230/09/201230/09/201312/02/201414/02/201414/03/20140.2
20/05/2011InterimGBX0.530/09/201030/09/201117/08/201119/08/201103/10/20110.5
24/11/2010FinalGBX0.630/09/200930/09/201016/02/201118/02/201101/04/20111.1
20/05/2010InterimGBX0.530/09/200930/09/201018/08/201020/08/201001/10/20100
26/11/2009FinalGBX0.530/09/200830/09/200910/03/201012/03/201001/04/20100.9
20/05/2009InterimGBX0.401/10/200831/03/200927/05/200929/05/200930/06/20090
28/11/2008FinalGBX0.630/09/200730/09/200807/01/200909/01/200929/01/20091.1
23/05/2008InterimGBX0.501/10/200731/03/200804/06/200806/06/200803/07/20080
28/11/2007FinalGBX0.630/09/200630/09/200702/01/200804/01/200830/01/20081.1
04/06/2007InterimGBX0.501/10/200631/03/200720/06/200722/06/200712/07/20070
29/11/2006FinalGBX0.530/09/200530/09/200627/12/200629/12/200631/01/20071
05/06/2006InterimGBX0.501/10/200531/03/200614/06/200616/06/200605/07/20060
29/11/2005FinalGBX1.330/09/200430/09/200528/12/200530/12/200527/01/20061.8
14/06/2005InterimGBX0.501/10/200431/03/200511/07/200524/06/200522/06/20050
07/12/2004FinalGBX1.530/09/200330/09/200429/12/200431/12/200431/01/20051.5
10/03/2004FinalGBX1.2531/12/200231/12/200321/04/200423/04/200424/05/20041.25

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Posted at 11/1/2023 11:13 by slogsweep
RCH reporting profits wiped out in 22 due to lower advertising and digital sales. Maybe FUTR will be experiencing same head winds hence investor reaction and share price fall
Posted at 13/9/2022 13:45 by kalai1
Future plc issued a pre-close FY trading update this morning. Encouraging performance has continued through to year end, management expect full year adjusted operating profit to be at the top end of market expectations, i.e. around £270m. The business has seen a return to organic audience growth in H2 as Covid comparators were fully lapped, combined with continued digital advertising growth and an improving trend in affiliates. Net profit and EPS should more than double in FY22. And valuation looks increasingly attractive after a more than 50% correction over the past 12 months. Share price has bounced 7% so far today and looks to be putting in a floor. The softer macro environment is the main risk, all else points to a solid, fast growing, profitable and favourably valued multi-media name. BUY...

...from WealthOracle

hxxps://wealthoracle.co.uk/detailed-result-full/FUTR/551

Posted at 21/7/2022 07:18 by wolfofhounslow
Reach is often compared with Future , in the hope that Reach will reproduce the success of Future . So , today , I note that Future's share price is up 6.37% ( 4.17% for Reach ) , p/e for Future is 13.31 ( 2.74 for Reach ) , and dividend yield is 0.15% for Future ( 6.72 % for Reach ) . All figures are from the admittedly unsophisticated Hargreaves Lansdown site . A subscription-only tip sheet recently commented about Reach " Based on eps of 33.8p and dividend of 7.5p for the current year , the p/e is 3.6 and yield 6.2% . I find it hard not to see incredible value here " . That was when the share price was £ 1.21 which , given that the price is now about £ 1.07 , explains the increasingly attractive p/e ratio and dividend yield as indicated now by Hargreaves Lansdown . Taking the recent cluster buying in the £ 1.22.9 - £ 1.24.7 range by directors as a hint , I have bought back in .
Posted at 19/5/2022 07:42 by blusteradjuster
FUTR might trade on 3x revenues. However, it has BIG profit margins.

I'd compare earnings with market cap + debt to get a fundamental evaluation.

Posted at 17/2/2022 18:33 by km18
...from last year...

Company overview:
FUTR is a media company operating through two segments – UK and USA. Sub-segments covered by the company include Media and Magazines which focus on websites, events and digital advertising, respectively. Largest revenue contributions come from digital ads and eCommerce affiliate products. Company’s products reach on average 1 in 3 adults in both UK and US. Flexible and scalable technologies are key drivers of organic growth, which is further enhanced by acquisitions. Company’s management projects full year profitability to outperform expectations. The group’s cash generative nature has provided the opportunity to continuously deleverage the balance sheet....from WealthOracleAM

https://wealthoracle.co.uk/detailed-result-full/FUTR/33

Posted at 10/2/2022 09:52 by alphabeta4
Looking back the lowest forward PE I can find from the last few years is 17.84 which was back in late 2018 (when the market was down around 20% on worries the Fed was going to raise rates too quickly and create a recession so it ties in pretty well). By my calculations that now equates to £27.83 so that looks largely priced in. Back then the concerns proved unfounded and Future had a fantastic 2019 going from £4.80 to c£15. Note if this had the same PE as back in September Futr would be £45 so that's the immediate potential upside outside upgrades.

There is the possibility the market is making the same mistake on rates again, especially given the hit to incomes from tax rises and utility bills in April. The FT is quoting this from Huw Pill from yesterday:
Keeping interest rates at 0.5 per cent indefinitely would leave inflation above target in the medium term on the latest forecasts, but raising them as sharply as market pricing implied — to 1.2 per cent by the end of 2022 — would take inflation below target.

“I leave it to you to draw any implications for where the MPC sees the path of bank rate headed,” he said.

Posted at 29/12/2021 18:19 by srichardson8
It took me a while to find the article cited above - it is under the 'EXPLORE FUTURE' banner on the website - but well worth the time. This is a brief clip.

"Its Future Tech Network, which comprises the world’s leading tech publications, saw a 17% audience increase month-over-month, reaching 88.7 million Americans."

So much has been happening at FUTR over the past four or five years that it is sometimes difficult to sit back and remind oneself what exactly is FUTR, how are they monetising their business and how do we read the figures given the stream of acquisitions. It looks like they MAY be able to override probable (imo) unlucky timing in their GoCo acquisition by the brilliance of the rest of their media business and most especially their penetration in the US. They have a terrific brand portfolio, young, enegetic leadership and a decent shareholder roster - though I am a bit surprised by some of the omissions.
There is a big difference between statutory and adjusted earnings. That mostly reflects the amortisation of the acquisition premium which will be substantially bigger again for this year to Sept 2022. That means the reported p/e looks quite demanding, the adjusted looks very reasonable.What I hope to see is the RoCE regaining double digits in the current term.
The share is up around 110% this year which I realise will put the wind up some investors.Yet it is a really exceptional UK company and they are hard to find.

Posted at 09/12/2021 08:54 by tomps2
Andy Brough interview with PIWORLD

Andy Brough mentions Future #FUTR in the latest PIWORLD interview at 8m17s

Watch the video here: Https://www.piworld.co.uk/education-videos/piworld-interview-with-andy-brough-markets-lessons-learned-in-2021/

Or listen to the Podcast here: Https://piworld.podbean.com/e/piworld-interview-with-andy-brough-markets-lessons-learned-in-2021/

Posted at 01/12/2021 08:26 by lomax99
IC today:


Future (FUTR) owns a wide collection of specialist magazines. The commercial potential of this corner of the media market arguably first came to light during the 1980s through the business dealings of Dennis Publishing. The benefit of this model is that it focuses on people’s passions. Each magazine may not have a huge readership, but they have an enthusiastic following and relatively little competition, unlike the large traditional newspapers.

This upside is borne out by the strong audience growth figures. In the past year, the overall audience has grown 10 per cent to 394m, while online users are up 8 per cent to 282m. On a two-year basis, average organic revenue growth for the business was 15 per cent thanks to a 25 per cent growth in media revenues.

Media revenue includes digital advertising, which was up 21 per cent on average over the past two years. Improved data analytics has helped the company target readers more efficiently and improved the yield on advertising spend. With increased competition in e-commerce during the past year, demand for online advertising space should only continue rising.

The company benefits from economies of scale because adding users doesn’t require an equivalent increase in spending. This effect has improved the operating margin by four percentage points to 32 per cent.

Future expects this to drive further margin expansion across the business and now expects adjusted results for 2022 to be “materially above current expectations”. Peel Hunt has increased its adjusted EPS forecast for 2022 by 8 per cent to 142.7p.

Mainstream newspapers may be on the decline, but specialist titles are still in high demand. At a forward PE of 21.4, Future looks affordable given its strong growth, widening margins and loyal readership. Buy.

Posted at 26/11/2021 08:35 by tomps2
Alexandra Jackson Interview with PIWORLD

Alexandra Jackson mentions Future #FUTR at 6m05s in the latest PIWORLD interview

Watch the video here: Https://www.piworld.co.uk/education-videos/piworld-interview-with-alexander-jackson-selecting-winning-stocks/

Or listen to the podcast here: Https://piworld.podbean.com/e/piworld-interview-with-alexander-jackson-selecting-winning-stocks/

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