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Share Name Share Symbol Market Type Share ISIN Share Description
Future Plc LSE:FUTR London Ordinary Share GB00BYZN9041 ORD 15P
  Price Change % Change Share Price Bid Price Offer Price High Price Low Price Open Price Shares Traded Last Trade
  2.00 0.1% 1,998.00 1,998.00 2,010.00 2,040.00 1,980.00 2,040.00 127,833 16:35:26
Industry Sector Turnover (m) Profit (m) EPS - Basic PE Ratio Market Cap (m)
Electricity 221.5 12.7 9.9 201.8 1,958

Future Share Discussion Threads

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04/2/2020
11:08
Mog, Absolutely 100% correct and that’s why Future has been top of my watchlist for a month or so. You vocalise the response that management should be forcefully reiterating!!! S
sweenoid
04/2/2020
10:59
I haven't read the Shadowfall report. This is from The Times link in Sweenoid's post: Shadowfall says that some of the businesses bought “have long histories of declining revenue and profit and all too frequent reorganisation costs. We find it difficult to reconcile the performance of assets as reported by Future compared to the performance reported by the sellers of the same assets.” Isn't that the whole point of Future's strategy and the reason for their success? They buy under-performing assets and monetise them by putting them on Future's on-line platform.
mog
04/2/2020
08:52
Some comment on FT Alphaville Marketsnotlive with broker report extracts.Numis upgrade and new PT of 1990. Panmure Gordon upgrade and new PT of 2092. The brokers really ought to have addressed the shadow report and it's not clear from the extracts whether they have or not
74sjh
04/2/2020
07:44
Edited Here is this mornings Times ‘take’ on events hTtps://www.thetimes.co.uk/article/future-shrugs-off-shorters-by-upgrading-its-forecasts-fkt8xqcj6?shareToken=3edbf72e9d0625d898a16d3242ab368a The Times also has a personal profile of the CEO , for some reason it won’t let me copy it, an interesting piece? not quite sure what to make of it, but you will need to read it to understand what that comment means? I guess with the AGM tomorrow and then the ‘Capital Markets day’ on Thursday things should be clearer. The crux question for investors is obviously related to the core organic growth and what is happening to it. I despise Earl and his operation, however the questions he asks have to be answered. Gang- banging companies in cahoots with shorting ‘allies’ has to be an odious practice that surely should be regulated? S
sweenoid
03/2/2020
18:20
No it’s the agm on The 5th.
ihatemms
03/2/2020
17:19
Is futr announcing the interim results on 5th Feb?
squintyflinty1
03/2/2020
11:34
RCH does indeed look spelendid, expecting a big move there ahead of 24.feb RCH - A presentation to analysts and institutional investors will be held on 24 February 2020. In addition to reviewing the full-year results, Jim Mullen, Chief Executive, and Simon Fuller, Chief Financial Officer, will be joined by a number of the Company's senior management team to provide an update on the strategic plans for long-term value creation. The Group's growth strategy will ensure that through capturing customer insight and data Reach continues to build an intelligent and relevant content business for the long term, ensuring a sustainable future for its trusted brands.
nobilis
03/2/2020
11:24
bm - I agree entirely. I love the smell of burnt witches, errrrr, shorters. Good one, FDH. Too much progress in FUTR for it to fall unless "skidded" by the Sunday drivers. I quote a "rebelious" friend of mine, go figureitout! whose maths look good: "FUTR - If 2020 eps is going to be materially ahead of forecasts of 56.7p then surely we can safely suggest that the current 2022 forecast of 79p could be upgraded by another 10%? taking it to 87p. Current price 1280p making a forward 2022 PE of 15? No one is going to convince me that Future is expensive." BTW, I have been buying RCH, hoping for another FUTR in the making on a P/E of <4! Big pension deficit, I admit, due in large part to absurd real interest rates like many others, but they cut that by c.12% out of ebitda last year. Tipped in the current issue of SCSW. Rinse and repeat. DYOR, WTFDIK & NAI as usual...
napoleon 14th
03/2/2020
10:34
Well done Nap. It was pretty obvious from what Zillah said during the Full Year results video late last year that FUTR are still doing tremendously well. In it she stressed how well MobileNation has performed since its acquisition - last March I think - bringing in an additional tech audience of some 40m. And of course just to confirm how well MoNa has been doing they decided to bring forward the earnout payments because they had been achieved six months ahead of schedule, allowing them to get the MoNa titles fully onto FUTR's Vanilla etc platform - in good time for peak Black Friday trading. Interesting to see you topping up on GAN - my second biggest holding, after FUTR. So lots of fingers crossed, not least yours and mine!
fardistanthills
03/2/2020
10:08
Having read through Shadows report over the weekend, it did make for an interesting piece and they have clearly done a lot of digging. However the overall sense was that it was too backward looking to formulate a shorting strategy on with some of their gripes dating back to issues that took place five years ago. Markets are forward looking and all indicators suggest that the company is making excellent progress in integrating titles onto their e-commerce platform. With possible disposals of the TV titles, further new acquisitions quite likely and indications of strong HY results to come, going short doesn’t make much sense to me.
blue meaning
03/2/2020
09:45
ihatemms: Remember Coltrane Asset management - have 1.5 million shares to buy back - should send this vertical over the next few days. Less than 400,000 shares traded so far and up 120p, ref. HL site.
cheshire pete
03/2/2020
08:23
Check last year - they did the same. Also, once over 10% above market expectations they have to do that anyway as it is deemed material information that the market needs to be informed about. Bit surprised they've managed to beat so early again.
alphabeta4
03/2/2020
08:16
Why put out a four month statement, is it to boost confidence after Friday, or is this normal timing!
bookbroker
03/2/2020
08:03
I wouldn’t write off Coltrane! I hate their ‘ethos’ but unlike most PI’s they have balls of steel :-( and are not easily panicked.
sweenoid
03/2/2020
07:58
Fascinating! Will FUTR burn the bloodsuckers? I hope they do.
ramridge
03/2/2020
07:51
They'll get so burnt they'll need sunscreen for years to come. Ready and loaded to buy lots at the open.
blondeamon
03/2/2020
07:45
Remember Coltrane Asset management - have 1.5 million shares to buy back - should send this vertical over the next few days.
ihatemms
03/2/2020
07:45
Pleasing to see the update - the second materially higher disclosure for the FY suggests we are at least 20% up on the original estimates already. Also sensible that no reference to the short attack was made - there is no regulatory requirement to do so. Perhaps the house brokers will deal with that in some fresh research, which combined with the upcoming AGM and Capital Markets day should translate into some strong gains over the next few days.
blue meaning
03/2/2020
07:39
lol who are the coltranes
biteherbutt
03/2/2020
07:30
DIDNY U CAPITULATE ON FRIDAY EAMON?
biteherbutt
03/2/2020
07:29
EARL CLOSED AT THE LOW on FRIDAY????? HAHAHAHAH
biteherbutt
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