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IGR Ig Design Group Plc

208.00
-3.00 (-1.42%)
23 May 2024 - Closed
Delayed by 15 minutes
Share Name Share Symbol Market Type Share ISIN Share Description
Ig Design Group Plc LSE:IGR London Ordinary Share GB0004526900 ORD 5P
  Price Change % Change Share Price Bid Price Offer Price High Price Low Price Open Price Shares Traded Last Trade
  -3.00 -1.42% 208.00 206.00 210.00 212.50 208.00 211.00 101,489 15:55:58
Industry Sector Turnover Profit EPS - Basic PE Ratio Market Cap
Convrt Paper,paperbd Pds,nec 890.31M -27.99M -0.2829 -7.35 205.77M
Ig Design Group Plc is listed in the Convrt Paper,paperbd Pds sector of the London Stock Exchange with ticker IGR. The last closing price for Ig Design was 211p. Over the last year, Ig Design shares have traded in a share price range of 106.25p to 228.50p.

Ig Design currently has 98,926,000 shares in issue. The market capitalisation of Ig Design is £205.77 million. Ig Design has a price to earnings ratio (PE ratio) of -7.35.

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DateSubjectAuthorDiscuss
30/11/2022
07:12
Good results, look to have turned a corner.
bigbigdave
30/11/2022
07:11
Update RNS out.
hamhamham1
29/11/2022
00:16
Independent newspapers: Best cyber Monday deal at CURY (LSE) https://www.independent.co.uk/extras/indybest/black-friday/currys-black-friday-deals-cyber-monday-best-sale-2022-b2233839.html
blackhorse23
28/11/2022
10:56
I expect good results, they already indicated that, from recent RNS..

"Both of the Group's divisions, DG Americas and DG International, experienced strong trading over the period. As a result, the Group's sales, profits, margins and cash flow are expected to be significantly improved on the same period last year, and also ahead of the Board's expectation for the period. The main reason for this performance is that many customers have brought forward their seasonal ordering so as to avoid the supply chain challenges experienced in the second half of calendar year 2021. This performance reflects the strong relationships that have been sustained with customers and the ongoing demand for the Group's products."

hamhamham1
28/11/2022
10:49
Half year results are due Wed 30th Nov.
Does Bal throw out the kitchen sink?

h1a3
28/11/2022
08:39
Share price drops are usually dramatic and recoveries can take easy 3x, 4x or 5x longer time period compared to the drop timeframe to recover.
Look at the historic charts, but that's just a 10,000ft view and hugely generic.

hamhamham1
28/11/2022
08:35
t2r, I am looking at that within next 18 months.
And my best case goes to 350-400p+ in 3yrs.
But who knows.
Is it update on Wednesday?
If so, would hope for 120p by tomorrow afternoon, but again what do I know, and calling short term pricing is just for fun, I am holding for 3-4yrs, over that time I really hope for a 3x from here, time will tell, and I spread my investments over 30ish companies, never all in on one!

hamhamham1
27/11/2022
18:01
IGR issues of freight costs and late arrival of shipments are over. Margins will be recovering and should have fully recovered when new contracts are negotiated in January.
A small increase in sales volume, plus price inflation and a strong USD vs £ could add up to a growth in revenues of 20% in the next 12 months.
Recovery in margins and renewed focus on CSS efficiencies could happen in the next financial year.
So IMO we could see £2.50 within 6 months.

darrin1471
27/11/2022
16:18
Ham1, so you're expecting a price of £2.50 then.? But can I ask in what time frame.
I'm hoping for at least £3 before I start off loading my 100k shares. Gl to us both come Wednesday and beyond.

time 2 retire
27/11/2022
11:31
I only got 20k x these, but that's enough to potentially get me £50k back, or maybe more, hopefully, GLA
hamhamham1
25/11/2022
17:22
220k @ £1.15 after hours today
darrin1471
22/11/2022
15:40
Some nice hefty trades going through lately.
Results next week.

time 2 retire
18/11/2022
13:44
Surprised Ankers has not bought more share at this price.
h1a3
16/11/2022
16:21
So the company broker has increased its holding from 5.0% to 10.2% for its wealth management arm's discretionary investors. It says something if they are buying for their own clients in a big way.
aleman
16/11/2022
13:11
BH. Dollar is still strong despite recent weakness. Purchases in dollars, sales mostly in dollars and results in dollars. Easy to hedge what is not naturally hedged.
darrin1471
16/11/2022
13:05
VH. I hold CARD also but for very different reasons. IGR is up around 60% over the last 2 weeks and there was no noticeable change in trading in IGR after the Card TU.
Card, IGR and Moonpig all up around 50% in the last month so there appears to of been a change in sentiment.
Card TU said upgrade was mainly due to shops and "commercial partnerships are performing in line with expectations."
IGR are 60%+ US focused.

darrin1471
16/11/2022
11:44
Blackhorse - absolute bell end. Why are you still here after you undersold? Go back to peddling your CURY nonsense.
rcawthra007
16/11/2022
10:15
Pounds getting stronger against dollars , could effect it's US export
blackhorse23
16/11/2022
10:11
Isn't this just a read across from Card Factory's TU?
value hound
16/11/2022
09:30
500k @ £1.10 today and offer is now at 115
darrin1471
14/11/2022
15:58
Just go with the flow, over analyzing intra-day trading movements over minutes will drive you nuts.
hamhamham1
14/11/2022
15:54
600K @ 95 on Friday.
600k @ £1 today.
Does anybody have L2? Are there a chunk of sell orders at £1.05 ?

darrin1471
14/11/2022
15:20
Nice rise today.
Hold and sit on hands is my kinda workday.

hamhamham1
13/11/2022
11:48
I see it as straight refinancing existing loans or maybe issuing some bonds, who knows, but I don't see issuing shares as the option they would choose at these levels, and with good sales.
Often lack of sales or ability to be lent money is the reason for last resort share issuance.
But hey time will tell.

hamhamham1
13/11/2022
10:29
ham

look in the final results under overview near the bottom of that section.

"On 1 June 2022, the Company signed an amendment to the existing banking facilities primarily to extend the agreement to March 2024 and replace the existing covenants with two new covenants which run to March 2023. This was a necessary change, and a result, the Directors believe the Group has sufficient facilities that secure funding to support the working capital requirements of the business through the current financial year. As originally planned, the Group aims to complete a full refinancing in the second half of FY2023. More details relating to the amended and restated facility arrangements are included in the Detailed Financial Review."

I take that to mean a fundraising but I could be wrong.

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