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Share Name Share Symbol Market Type Share ISIN Share Description
Gb Group Plc LSE:GBG London Ordinary Share GB0006870611 ORD 2.5P
  Price Change % Change Share Price Bid Price Offer Price High Price Low Price Open Price Shares Traded Last Trade
  1.00 0.14% 701.00 701.00 705.00 729.00 696.00 729.00 193,536 16:35:24
Industry Sector Turnover (m) Profit (m) EPS - Basic PE Ratio Market Cap (m)
Software & Computer Services 199.1 20.6 8.8 79.7 1,361

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DateSubjectAuthorDiscuss
10/7/2020
12:57
Well it appears the major sellers post results are the 3 directors who sold between them 400,000 Ot their options The sale proceeds were used to offset the costs and capital gain accruals and the balance of the shares has been held- that’s important to me, if they had sold all their option shares immediately I would have sold mine immediately, as it is, I retain till I cashin 😉 Directors DO have a ‘gravy train’ on occasion, however I am all for rewarding good performance. This is a well run company. When options are bought, directors can greatly profit but since the gains are taxed at 28% , expenses do occur. The sales obviously put a dent in the share price rise but are understandable S
sweenoid
08/7/2020
13:57
Broker Note : New Target Pev Target GBG GB Group PLC Berenberg Hold Hold 680 625 Peel Hunt taget is 768p I recall.
hotfinance14
08/7/2020
13:35
Sweed...what made you think the share price would go down today ? Profit taking ?
hotfinance14
08/7/2020
08:46
I think we will certainly surpass the 735p if not today then this week.
hotfinance14
08/7/2020
08:26
The other factor is that given GBG’s fairly recent acquisition of IDology in the USA , it’s profile there is significantly elevated. Hence Capital ( of the US) making what is in effect a very significant purchase. I would hope that this investment would stimulate further buying across the pond? Afternoon trading could now be more interesting Was half expecting a drop this morning , could we challenge that pesky resistance point at 735 today? S
sweenoid
07/7/2020
22:48
Mmmm So Capital have acquire over 2 million shares in a reasonably short time without really affecting the share price in any really SIGNIFICANT way, my guess is most of them were probably acquired from another fund Who were holding less than the notifiable position, more or less a swap. However it’s good to see a US Institution taking a major stake. S
sweenoid
07/7/2020
19:06
Sween..it is 3%.
hotfinance14
07/7/2020
18:14
Good to see an AMERICAN institutional buyer upping its holding. We are not told what the previous holding was I believe ( May be wrong ) that any shareholder has to declare its interest when its holding exceeds 5% .....or is it 3? Perhaps someone can advice. I am guessing it’s 5 otherwise Capital have picked up a lot of shares S
sweenoid
07/7/2020
16:36
Our next trading statement is in October.I expect this to be very upbeat.
hotfinance14
07/7/2020
15:39
As expected 735p looks to be a really juicy price to break through , the chart would of course look awesome if the share price could then surpass 765p , there is blue sky above that resistance point, but 735p may be a tough nut to crack, hopefully we will see that ‘go’ soon. The key statement for me from the earnings call was that Q1 had been better than internal expectations given at the trading statement. GBG like multiple other companies are quite rightly refusing to give forward forecasts due to lack of visibility related to Covid-19, but they are as ‘insulated’ from major ‘issues’ as they can be, due to their business model Presently the share price has some momentum and sentiment appears good. GBG continue to be the BIGGEST holding in Katie Potts Herald Investment Trust and have been for some time. I expect that to remain the same when Herald issue their next monthly statement ( for end June) in a few days time. hTtps://heralduk.com/wp-content/uploads/2020/06/HIT-Month-End-Factsheet-2020-05-29.pdf S
sweenoid
30/6/2020
19:36
I think we will soon be over 700p and head towards 800p.
hotfinance14
30/6/2020
17:38
I meant a buying opportunity for us before the analysts got their positive reports out later today. But I think that opportunity at around 650 has gone, probably for good.
barnesian
30/6/2020
16:08
Barnstein...I would expect analysts to recommend this as a buy as trading is better than expected.
hotfinance14
30/6/2020
15:42
So now the analysts will do their analysis and inform their clients overnight. This is a buying opportunity isn't it?
barnesian
30/6/2020
14:54
Agree Webinar was very good Stand- out comment when asked how Q1 was shaping up ( the analyst was asking for fiGurus which were never going to be forthcoming !), the CEO commented that the current quarter ( ends today) had been BETTER than the expectations when they issued the trading statement in April That’s good S
sweenoid
30/6/2020
14:41
The webinar presenation was excellent.The drop in the share price could be regarding the collectables with customers potentially going bust even though I would not expect these to be significant amounts.
hotfinance14
30/6/2020
13:47
Latest broker forecssts for GBG : GBG GB Group PLC Peel Hunt Buy Buy 768 GBG GB Group PLC Jefferies International Hold Hold 743
hotfinance14
30/6/2020
13:33
Presentations are up hTtps://www2.gbgplc.com/hubfs/GBG/investors/GBG_Investor%20Presentation_June_2020.pdf For presentation slides And probably better but more time consuming, but the one I have lined up for this afternoon- the webinar presentation hTtps://webcasting.brrmedia.co.uk/broadcast/preview/5ef086835e278421d06995e0 I fully expect the share price to recover from this mornings loss, but WTFDIK ;-) it’s the stock market after all, but in terms of solid reliable earnings companies, in growth sectors ( yes they are! ) that are well run and managed, GBG IMHO AND DYOR takes some beating
sweenoid
30/6/2020
12:34
I fully expect that sometime in the the distant future when GBG annouses it is being bought out for £30 per share the price will inextricably drop to £10. Just to keep us guessing as per usual......hey ho
stig2
30/6/2020
12:23
Picked up a few for a first batch.
kemche
30/6/2020
11:35
It is bizarre that the share price is down this morning.Hopefully the share price will head north during the rest of the week.
hotfinance14
30/6/2020
10:39
Excellent results but down they go..
prettygreen
30/6/2020
10:06
Picking them up under £6.40 might prove profitable later down the line..
bulltradept
30/6/2020
07:47
We were already aware of the divdend situation. Th outlook is the important part of the report : FY2020 has been another successful year in terms of delivering on our strategic priorities and further growth of the Group. Whilst we are pleased at how GBG has responded to the immediate challenges presented by Covid-19, it still remains unclear how it will affect GBG in the coming months as each customer, sector and geography are impacted in different ways. However, consumers are carrying out more transactions online and organisations are responding to this by accelerating their plans to offer seamless, quick and secure digital services. These are healthy indications that we could see an increasing demand for our services in the medium-term. We look forward to playing our part in supporting businesses as economies recover from the effects of the pandemic During the year GBG has some great new customers such as Adidas,Wish,First Abu Dhabi Bank and Volkswagen Payments S.A. Overall excellent resukts.
hotfinance14
30/6/2020
07:42
Financials as expected- excellent. The results will be viewed purely from the COVID-19 perspective. I was particularly pleased to see that organic growth has grown as a rate of about 10% a very good performance for the year and also that I D ology has been successfully incorporated into the group and is trading well. GBG is a highly cash generative company and it is great to see the level of debt has been significantly reduced. Taking alone and ignoring Covid these results could only be described as exceptional Given the situation I think the statement is a strong as confident as anyone could’ve expected, I’ll be looking forward to see the investor presentation When it’s put up on the website. With that in mind and looking at the business drivers it’s very encouraging to see these comments While it is too early to draw definitive conclusions on the impact of Covid-19, initial observations indicate that many of these drivers to business might well accelerate. Despite COVID-19 and the companies cash position and potential growth as still allows them to consider acquisitions and as detailed by this statement “ Our financial position at the year-end, together with the steps we have taken to conserve our cash resources and protect access to debt financing, means that we continue to have the means and ability to consider acquisitions and investments when they arise. This gives us the option to increase the pace of our go to market initiatives and/or broaden our geographic reach and product capabilities.” That strikes me as very positive. In terms of growth business and new customers, GBG saw the addition of some really big names and particularly impressed by then adding names like PayPal Sky John Lewis To a list of all right and ready very very very serious customers. As for the all important post COVID-19 OUTLOOK , I think the statement is as positive as could be expected, there are very few if any companies giving a positive outlook at present and saying they are unaffected ( although my main holding IQE appears a rare exception) , certainly not 1 company is prepared to issue forecasts due to visibility issues, but given GBG’s business model being location, identity and fraud, it’s heavyweight reliance on license fees and the worlds move to a digital economy is being accelerated , with its inherent risks of increased fraud, I believe the outlook statement is highly satisfactory Although it is still early in the pandemic, customer churn and levels of insolvency are at normal levels although we have started to see some customers taking more time to settle their invoices. There has been little impact on our suppliers. We have continued to win new business, although sales cycles are, understandably, lengthening. It is not possible to predict how long the effects of the disruption caused by the pandemic will last. While the Group has a high level of annual recurring licence revenue, which provides good visibility, the full impact on volume-based sales are harder to predict. This means we do not yet have sufficient visibility to provide guidance for the year ending 31 March 2021. 8 Despite what is happening to global economies, our drivers for growth remain the same and in some cases are more important as businesses have needed to adapt to new norms. We have confidence that the Group is well-positioned to face what might be ahead of us, thanks to a combination of our market-leading solutions, a diversified customer base and revenues not being reliant on a single customer or sector. Fundamentally, I believe that our long-term prospects in a post-Covid-19 environment remain as attractive as before. S
sweenoid
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