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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
  9.00 0.45% 2,005.00 1,998.00 2,010.00 2,040.00 1,980.00 2,040.00 100,471 16:29:55
Industry Sector Turnover (m) Profit (m) EPS - Basic PE Ratio Market Cap (m)
Electricity 221.5 12.7 9.9 202.5 1,965

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09/3/2020
08:43
10% falls for the ftse don't happen often and usually followed with a bounce. Smashed oil price tends to be good for consumer stocks and virus situation in China looking considerably better. Shorters must start closing soon? Time for a small nibble buy?
74sjh
06/3/2020
15:27
Long term prospects are fantastic. Short term we are facing 1. a short attack 2. CMA decision and 3. c-virus impact. That jacks up the short term risks significantly. I sold out when the share price dipped below £12.5. protecting a small profit. Definitely will come back when the risk profile is more to my liking.
ramridge
06/3/2020
11:22
Alphabet A tick up from me I totally get what the business model is and it’s geared to the ‘digital’; world , this is a great company and is well managed, it will bounce back. S
sweenoid
06/3/2020
10:37
FT today saying that there has been an increase in video games sales as consumers prepare for the possibility they might be stuck at home. The Daily Mail has reported today on Toms Guide leaks regarding Playstation 5 which seems to be adding to webtraffic to FUTRs sites. Not unreasonable to expect magazine sales might be doing better as well in this environment. So for FUTR, surely the strength in all these areas would more than offset weakness in the relatively small Events division.
74sjh
06/3/2020
09:21
I think some sense of perspective is needed here - slide 46 from the capital markets day showed 6% of group revenue was events - so if those are spread across the year and we're looking at 3-6 months of disruption then that's 1.5%-3%. From the same slide ecommerce is the largest line at 20%. What are all these people going to be doing stuck at home? They're going to be buying off the internet. That means loads of Amazon buys etc. Also, what about stuff like all the computer games they will be buying to pass the time? Yes, I have no doubt there will be some product shortages but I don't think this is as clear cut as some are making out.
alphabeta4
06/3/2020
07:52
There is obviously a general market Covid-19 effect on the SP Some uncertainty about the CMA decision But also Futures EVENTS business which is lucrative is set to almost disappear ALBEIT temporarily due to virus fears hTtps://www.futureplc.com/services/ Other than that and being increasingly a digital ‘entity’ the prospects are great. I took my profits and will watch and wait. S
sweenoid
06/3/2020
07:10
thanks, lomax
ramridge
05/3/2020
18:48
ramridge - Print magazines are in steady decline, FUTR are looking to give titles a new, digital, lease of life. Not convinced they could convincingly claim there was a monopoly, although they may ask FUTR to divest some specific titles. If it is significantly delayed/rejected the share price could take a knock, not sure how much though, as it's already had a bit of a knock.
lomax99
05/3/2020
14:40
lomax - in your opinion, what is the likely impact of CMA decision going against FUTR? and on the share price?
ramridge
05/3/2020
14:32
Coltrane might start closing their short at these levels. It seems TT International already have according to the short positions data on FCA website. HY results are getting closer albeit still some 10 weeks away. Hopefully 1100p will hold as there doesn't seem any compelling reason to go lower ahead of what is expected to be a strong set of numbers.
74sjh
05/3/2020
13:39
Not long to go now for the CMA phase 1 decision on the proposed TI Media acquisition 16th March.
lomax99
05/3/2020
13:13
This board feels like the Marie Celeste...
ramridge
26/2/2020
10:38
Cancelled events, lack of 'stuff' to buy - electronics, all manner of consumer produce from far east selling through their platform? Beats me too!
fardistanthills
26/2/2020
08:16
This morning's fall is another 5%, which takes it to a total fall of 17% since Monday. This puts it in the same category as travel and airlines related shares. I can understand EZJ taking a hammering. But FUTR? A digital platform business? What's the link with COVID-19?
ramridge
26/2/2020
08:10
What is going on here? Can't be just the Corona virus?
ihatemms
21/2/2020
09:55
Quite, over 1m shares at 1400.
alphabeta4
21/2/2020
09:38
Some v large trades gone through @ 14.00 . Shorters closing or new II's moving in?
ihatemms
21/2/2020
07:59
No idea what is in lennyhall’s link but he is FILTERED, don’t click it, he has posted it on a multitude of sites. Yet another muppet EDIT - so much so that it appears to have been totally removed and presumably it’s author banished to trollville £14 is a ‘psychological’ barrier, let’s see if it can be breached, if so a fairly swift return to pre- Shadowfail looks possible. S
sweenoid
20/2/2020
10:55
Agreed, Sweenoid, there too many peeps invested who are too vulnerable/weak and too many spivs who would sell their granny if it paid. Creating a false market by shorting makes this possible and I would ban it. Meantime, if it creates opportunities, let's go for it! Won't be long before FUTR is back to £15. Then we can monetise TI Group....
napoleon 14th
19/2/2020
19:10
MARC FONZETTI DIRECTOR, MEDIA STRATEGY & INVESTMENT VERIZON Marc is the Director of Media at Verizon, overseeing advertising media strategy, planning, buying, investment & ROI, as well as media innovation. He manages a roster of media agencies to accomplish the goals of his $1B+ annualmeasured media budget. Prior to his leadership role at Verizon, Marc was the first appointed US Media Director for Reckitt Benckiser, CPG manufacturer of Lysol®, Air Wick®, Mucinex®, French’s® et al. Marc managed RB’s ~$500MM measured media investment across all media channels. In 2009, Marc received credit as the key brand-side pioneer proving Digital Video to be a viable complement to TV, winning an AdAge Media Maven Award in the process. Before RB, Marc exercised his entrepreneurial spirit in the digital start-up world for 3 years, and held various media strategy roles at BOOKSPAN (a Bertelsmann & Time Warner partnership), i-traffic/Agency.com and MediaVest (on P&G and Norelco) earlier in his career. I think Mike Peralta has been at the at the company since September 2019.
ihatemms
19/2/2020
16:53
Here is the ‘press release’ that The Times was referring to and Alphabeta commented on above 2 new appointments of ‘big hitters’for the US operation hTtps://www.beijingnews.net/news/264064376/future-plc-taps-two-top-ad-tech-veterans-to-lead-e-commerce-push With the calibre of individuals involved and the roles- Global Chief Revenue Officer and Marketing VP, I would have expected a press release from the company? Perhaps tomorrow, whatever, it shows how aggressive it is in terms of furthering and promoting its business :-) S
sweenoid
19/2/2020
16:40
That 107,000 UT trade at close at 1390p bodes well :-) We open in the morning at that level The almost complete absence of a Kovid-19 ‘effect’ for Future makes it very attractive investment at present S
sweenoid
19/2/2020
16:26
We are on course to return to 1500 this month on the back of that news
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