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Share Name Share Symbol Market Type Share ISIN Share Description
Ig Group Holdings Plc LSE:IGG London Ordinary Share GB00B06QFB75 ORD 0.005P
  Price Change % Change Share Price Bid Price Offer Price High Price Low Price Open Price Shares Traded Last Trade
  -4.00 -0.51% 777.00 777.00 777.50 791.50 771.00 791.50 271,813 12:26:22
Industry Sector Turnover (m) Profit (m) EPS - Basic PE Ratio Market Cap (m)
Software & Computer Services 657.7 295.9 65.3 11.9 2,877

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DateSubjectAuthorDiscuss
22/5/2020
14:21
That last 45 minutes of trading outage yesterday was bad enough but the phone line to 0207 8960000 wouldn't connect either. When it reset this morning my 'positions' had disappeared. (£300k+) Finally appeared at 8.30am. Bloody useless.
loafofbread
22/5/2020
13:15
I was on the phone with them twice, the other week for a technical issue. First time about an hour,no fix. second time about 80 min: took 40 min to answer and then put me on hold to look into the issue only to just hung up on me in the end. the customer service is appalling: unprofessional and dismissive. An absolute disgrace as far as I'm concerned. Trouble is, not sure the others are any better.
2toptrader
22/5/2020
12:45
It's about time IG did something about their website outages, yesterday we lost the last 30 minutes of trading and it's now a far too frequent event!
gbh2
06/5/2020
10:09
arja - it doesn't matter. People that blow up their book by running it to the limit will do that no what the limits are. Those that stick around use a fraction of the leverage available. I am currently at 1.5x.
hpcg
06/5/2020
06:13
I can not understand why this company has recovered so well when surely will be much less volume from small traders after the massive jump in margins some time ago ?? Maybe instutions are trading more and it bridges the gap.
arja
28/4/2020
12:57
Plus500 bullish on current volumes.Interesting new markets, keeping it interesting 115 in the Footsie race, seriously big co. now, 900ish needed given a level playing field, but jumping up week by week
the white house
25/4/2020
15:03
Thanks for that,useful
scorpio51
25/4/2020
12:59
update was covered here: hTTps://cube.investments/cube-midcap-report-24-april-2020/
rndm355
24/4/2020
16:52
A quick EPS working for FY20, based on revenue of 640 and margin of 34% gives a net earnings of 220, so eps of 60. That’s amazing, given we are trading at 740, or 12 times earnings.
macarona
24/4/2020
15:38
investorschampion if you note previous guidance they said they were going to hold the dividend for a while going forward. I'm surprised that you are surprised. I for one am not surprised.
wildshot
24/4/2020
11:03
Ta sailing... 😎
hawaly
24/4/2020
09:27
hawaly - No retail clients have negative balance protection by law - Pros don't and they are the ones incurring bad debts. Remember the Swiss Franc shock a few years back! This from IG for Retail Traders btw "Negative balance protection ensures that traders do not lose more than the balance on their account – even if the market moves quickly or gaps."
sailing john
24/4/2020
09:20
Only when it's guaranteed stops - as I understand it if the price gaps through a normal stop the punter is liable for losses incurred. 😎 GLA
hawaly
24/4/2020
08:42
Bad debts can only be from 'Professional' clients, retail are stopped out automatically if their balance reaches zero. Important to remember that these are one off gains, but that won't mean the increased pay out when it comes along won't be gratefully received. I suspect the pause in excitement after the open was the reiteration of the dividend.
hpcg
24/4/2020
08:34
This company makes 40-50% operating margins....and given how the platform works, I think the bad debt provision is not material. Most retail punters lose money, so that is the risk. The danger is increased regulation....but imo IG is the best in the sector both in terms of platform and reputation, a global business, and should do well even if things quieten down.
jonelle1998
24/4/2020
08:25
And deep down in the update they casually mention increased provisions for bad debts. I suspect they took a bit of a battering on oil contracts when they went negative. Hence talking a lot about rev but less so about profits.
2toptrader
24/4/2020
07:59
Now here is a smart trading update. “We have made so much money during the Covid19 pandemic that we are talking about the safety of our employees and our charitable endeavours.” The new CEO is smart. All about the regulatory risk here. 6% dividend yield, and a Covid hedge.
jonelle1998
24/4/2020
07:11
I think for FY20 revs will come in at around £600m which beats forecasts, even assuming a drop in volatility during the last 25 days of the FY. Also, despite the increase in costs, looking at last years accounts PBT will exceed forecasts-maybe £240-250m
firtashia
24/4/2020
07:05
At these levels IG would do 1.8 billion in revenue for the year compared to 530 million forecasts ! Operational gearing is huge here , even with the increase in expenses would see profits explode .
nchanning
24/4/2020
06:10
Decent trading update as expected, even though costs are rising.
paulisi
21/4/2020
13:03
I access their website from three separate devices and it's been has been dodgy for days, once again the issue cleared up after 9am, I suspect they're having server problems.
gbh2
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