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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
  44.00 2.86% 1,585.00 1,599.00 1,601.00 1,624.00 1,558.00 1,601.00 522,446 16:35:26
Industry Sector Turnover (m) Profit (m) EPS - Basic PE Ratio Market Cap (m)
Electricity 606.8 107.8 59.3 26.7 1,916

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14/6/2021
15:37
You nobled it ?
davr0s
14/6/2021
07:13
£30. Nice. Very quiet board too.
spawny100
06/6/2021
14:17
Yeah totally agree
davr0s
04/6/2021
18:55
rule of thumb is the quieter the board the better the share. and yes, you are talking to yourself apparently coming into a company that you barely know with the bright idea of shorting. the only serious short attempt here was blasted out of the water. but your point on gocom is a fair one though how often do these apparent flaws turn out to be of a much more minor impact than they first appear? At £3.4bn this is on the cusp of becoming a pretty serious and highly modern media business even with the smallish difficulties in events and the - I am sure - proper concern on cheap introductory insurance offers. Let's see how it pans out.
srichardson8
04/6/2021
06:58
Worth remembering that Penny and Zillah offloaded quite a number a couple of years back yet the share price has continued to march on. Just sensible in my view if you hold so many, irrespective of one's views of forward prospects for the business
le4r
03/6/2021
21:01
And the sale as a % of her holdings? Not sure if she has sold any during the year, but as a % of her holding at the end of last year end it is under 4% (!). Hardly material.
lomax99
03/6/2021
20:47
I'm talking to myself but the CEO sells shares and discloses it late. Should be good for another £1 off the share price tomorrow.
kinwah
28/5/2021
15:38
This board's a bit quiet isn't it? The government announces plans to stop insurance companies penalising loyal insurance customers and not a comment on here. I took the opportunity to short a few at 2940p as it looked a no-brainer. Go Compare would suffer if people generally didn't chop and change their insurers regularly. Maybe no real impact for a year or so but in terms of sentiment always a few percent off the share price when this sort of thing happens.
kinwah
19/5/2021
23:30
Probably a teenage scribbler who didn't understand the business and its strong cash flow.
Castellain short tracker chart says it all Alphabeta4.

cheshire pete
19/5/2021
11:02
Short interest collapsed back in February off the last update from around 4.7% to 0.64%, albeit there could still be some shorters with interests below 0.5% being burnt in the background.
alphabeta4
19/5/2021
10:55
These seem like extremely good figures. Reported interim eps at 41p and adjusted at 65p compares with a full year outcome of 45p and 75p last year. Borrowings and intangibles are up, of course,as a result of the acquisitions but just on a crude forward p/e ratio this looks pretty good value here to me. What happened to that brilliant short attacker?
srichardson8
19/5/2021
10:38
Be interesting to see the new broker targets, I've got £33.28 based on some pretty cautious assumptions including no organic growth H2!
alphabeta4
10/5/2021
23:51
MarkTime: investing in Future is better, however you word it, than turning down Google for $500,000 as some people did to give you a "cross-over" answer.
whiteknightuk2015
10/4/2021
18:20
Future's shareprice is all about its online activities. It makes money by directing its readers to other sites where they hopefully buy the various products described on the original Future site. Future's print business serves to promote its matching online websites where the money is made.
daveme
10/4/2021
12:22
I am hoping this is a thread about Future publishing which I hold indirectly, even though the header says Electricty for sector ... anyway, I have a cross-over question. Future publish magazines, I mean in print not online, how are they sold and distributed ... in newsagents or posted direct to subscribers, where is the booming demand coming from? Or is the boom for Future driven by expansion to non-publishing activity, chasing online advertising?

Why I ask is because I hold a good chunk of SNWS as a recovery/value play, SNWS are the overnight van distributor of newsprint and magazines to retailers, which has been in a sector characterised by slow and steady decline since we supposedly get our news online these days. But could hardcopy be in revival, enjoying a fundamental rise in demand rather than a seasonal splurge on football stickers? What is driving Future and could that be good news for SNWS or is it still a long term snooze?

marktime1231
10/4/2021
11:22
Looking for another TI style deal within the next 6-12 months.....
lomax99
10/4/2021
11:07
No overhead supply now it's broken - classic technical action. Doesn't need news
davr0s
10/4/2021
10:41
I hope not! They had barely swallowed TI Media before embarking on the Go Compare deal. I would like a decent period of consolidation before embarking on anything else.
daveme
10/4/2021
09:50
Another deal brewing?
lomax99
09/3/2021
09:11
Thin trading so maybe profit taking?
for2itus
08/3/2021
19:39
What's going on with this share? The company is stronger than ever
listillo
08/3/2021
19:03
Materially ahead trading statement and it then loses 20% hmm
davr0s
19/2/2021
20:30
The reason for the drop was, I suspect, due to a number of GoCo shareholders selling their Future shares after the deal had completed. A lot of the shareholders may have already had enough Future shares and didn't want any more and some shareholders may have just wanted cash so that they could move on.

In any event, Zillah played a blinder by announcing a fantastic trading update to soak up all the sales. Finishing ahead on the day was a good outcome, considering.

daveme
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