Share Name Share Symbol Market Type Share ISIN Share Description
IG Design Grp. 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
  +0.00p +0.00% 399.50p 396.00p 403.00p 399.50p 399.50p 399.50p 35,883 08:00:00
Industry Sector Turnover (m) Profit (m) EPS - Basic PE Ratio Market Cap (m)
Media 311.0 13.0 15.7 25.4 252.18

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2018-02-19 13:36:01401.0010,00040,100.00O
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IG Design Grp. Daily Update: IG Design Grp. is listed in the Media sector of the London Stock Exchange with ticker IGR. The last closing price for IG Design Grp. was 399.50p.
IG Design Grp. has a 4 week average price of 378.50p and a 12 week average price of 365.50p.
The 1 year high share price is 445p while the 1 year low share price is currently 249p.
There are currently 63,124,169 shares in issue and the average daily traded volume is 220,536 shares. The market capitalisation of IG Design Grp. is £252,181,055.16.
davebowler: Cenkos; Q3 Trading Update IG Design Group plc (“DG”) has released a Q3/18 update indicating that both gross and adj EBITDA margins are ahead of expectations – we upgrade 2018/19E adj DEPS accordingly. A continuation of the strong performance reported H1/18A, all core geographies remain on track to achieve strong YoY revenue and adj PBT growth, with DG having traded well throughout the Christmas period. The inherent growth potential of the Group’s geographically diverse market positioning (both organic and M&A-led) continues to be underscored by a strong balance sheet. DG’s commitment to a progressive dividend policy (5.5p, 2018E) provides investors with an increasingly attractive combination of growth and income. The recent softening in the share price offers an ideal entry point. BUY. n Strong Q3/18 trading. With trading strong up-to-and-throughout the Christmas period, we reiterate our 2018/19E revenue guidance. We anticipate record sales of £325.1m in 2018E (+4.6% YoY), rising to £342.4m in 2019E. We forecast >70% of 2018E revenue (by destination) will be non-UK – testament to the Group’s diversified, global nature and thereby providing a natural hedge against geo-specific downturns in consumer demand and FX headwinds. n An improved margin profile. We understand the improvement in both gross and adj EBITDA margins has been relatively consistent across all core geographies. As noted at H1/18A, a continued evolution in DG’s sales mix towards higher margin product categories (eg single greetings cards) and manufacturing/M&A-led synergistic benefits post The Lang Companies Inc. (Lang) acquisition in 2017A have all aided sustained margin expansion. The installation of an additional state-of-the art gift wrap manufacturing press in Holland (commencing production Q4/18) is also expected to afford additional upside to 2018E and 2019E. n Upgraded adj DEPS. Considering the above improvements in the Group margin profile, we upgrade our 2018 and 2019 adj DEPS forecasts by 1.5p (+7.5%) and 0.9p (+4.0%) respectively. n Impacts of US tax reform on 2019E. Given DG’s US exposure (~42% total revenue as at H1/18A), we expect adj DEPS to benefit in 2019E+. We anticipate this will also drive a reduction in cash tax payable, thereby further improving the net cash flow position of the Group. Whilst we await final confirmation as to the extent of the likely impact on DG, we believe a 0.5p-1p improvement in 2019E adj DEPS to be an appropriate range – this has not been captured in our upgraded 2019E position. We expect to provide an update (and formal quantification) at the time of the 2018 full year results in Jun-18.
time 2 retire: A nice write up from The Motley Fool... IG Design Group (LSE: IGR) has been one of the London’s poorest performers in Tuesday business. Following the release of half-year numbers it was down 10% from Monday’s close but, as you will see, there was little in the statement to prompt such a sudden drop. Instead, today’s mild sell-off can be attributed to profit booking on the back of recent share price strength. IG Design’s market value swelled by almost a quarter in the month leading up to today’s results, with the firm hitting a record of 435p per share just yesterday. Today’s release suggests to me that the Bedfordshire-based firm should resume its upward charge sooner rather than later. Global superstar In a sign of further progress, chief executive commented today that it had enjoyed yet another “robust performance” in the six months to September, a period in which it saw “all regions trading profitably and growth being achieved both organically and through acquisition.” Revenues at IG Design — which designs and manufacturers gift packaging, greetings, stationery and a variety of other giftware — leapt 14% in the six months to £166.5m, with organic sales at constant currencies increasing 10% year-on-year. As a result, pre-tax profit at the firm ballooned 27% in the first half to £10.5m. Buoyed by this impressive performance, IG Design decided to light a fire under the interim dividend, hiking the payment by 14% to 2p per share. It’s little surprise to see IG Design striking such an upbeat tone as its broad catalogue of products fly off the shelves across all major territories. In the Americas and the UK, IG Design saw revenues climb by 18% and 4%, respectively, in the period to September, to $91.3 and £57.5m. And sales are likely to continue booming Stateside thanks to the shrewd acquisition of US-based rival Lang last year. As if this wasn’t enough, IG Design also continues to make impressive progress in its other international markets; in Continental Europe and Australia sales advanced 19% and 13%, respectively, in the first half. City analysts are expecting earnings at the business to rise 10% in the year to June 2018 — and follow this with a 14% advance in fiscal 2019. And I reckon that these impressive projections could be subject to meaty upgrades in the weeks and months ahead. With IG Design’s improving balance sheet also raising, the possibility of additional earnings-boosting M&A (net debt fell £6.2m during the first half to £70.2m), I reckon the business is a brilliant growth share worthy of a premium forward P/E ratio of 19.5 times.
rivaldo: Hi pnetol. Bearing in mind the strength of the latest trading update you may be right about getting an upgrade, though it may be a little early in the financial year for that - maybe after the interims are out or with the year end trading update. OT : re FTC, I sold but still follow the price. The share price has run up, so well done! But I'm not yet convinced - it's trading is historically a bit lumpy, and with the completion of prior large orders and reduced broadband demand from a large customer I'll wait and see if it achieves forecasts.
rivaldo: Tipped today by Questor in the Telegraph - some early buying and should bring more over today and the rest of the week: Http:// "Questor: worried about Card Factory? Hedge your bets with a stake in IG Design By Russ Mould 3 October 2017 • 6:31am The share price plunge at Card Factory, one of this column’s regular tips (most recently in August), is discussed in greater detail below but while it seems that the fall is overdone, a stake in the rival firm IG Design could be a useful hedge to any position in the company. IG Design makes greetings cards and gift wrapping. It has invested heavily in new facilities in Britain, the Netherlands and China and seems to be making hay by producing good-quality products at low prices and selling them to the discount supermarkets and retailers. So IG Design could be one source of the pricing discomfort to which Card Factory has alluded. Over the past four years IG Design’s adjusted pre-tax profit has soared from £7m to £16.3m, earnings per share have more than doubled and a net debt position has been eliminated. Recent bolt-on deals have enhanced the company’s presence in America, which accounts... etc"
time 2 retire: The next long awaited acquisition by IGR... With 2017 sales of AUD13.4m with an operating profit before tax of AUD2.9m should start to move us up nicely again.
time 2 retire: Another excellent trading update, momentum still very strong here...
time 2 retire: Share price predicted to rise by a third in the next year or two sounds pretty good to me. From Simply Wallst... How is IG Design Group going to perform in the future? IGR is covered by 2 analysts who by consensus are expecting positive earnings, estimated to rise from current levels of £0.16 to £0.21next year. This illustrates a relatively optimistic outlook in the near term, with a relatively solid earnings per share growth rate of 33.3% over the next 1-2 years. hxxps://
time 2 retire: Well done both...some more good publicity for IGR. CEO AND CFO AWARD NOMINATIONS FOR IG DESIGN GROUP IG Design Group's CEO and CFO scoop three award nominations across the Grant Thornton Quoted Company Awards and the 2017 UK Stock Market Awards. IG Design Group is pleased to announce that Paul Fineman has been nominated for CEO of the Year at the Grant Thornton Quoted Company Awards. He will be joined on the evening by Anthony Lawrinson, who is in the running for an award as Financial Director of the Year. Anthony has also been nominated for the FD of the Year Award at the 2017 UK Stock Market Awards. Paul joined the Board in May 2005 as Chief Executive Officer of Anker International PLC. He was then appointed Group Managing Director in January 2008, before moving to Group CEO in January 2009. He is up for CEO of the Year at the Quoted Company Awards, which recognises the achievements of quoted companies and their key directors listed outside of the FTSE 350. The CEO of the Year award highlights those whose leadership has generated a significant impact on the financial performance of their companies and on their share price. That same evening, Anthony Lawrinson is nominated for FD of the Year, an award which highlights Finance Directors who have exercised strong control over their companies’ finances. The judges look for evidence of cost control, proactive management of debt and equity funding, and the production of transparent accounts. Anthony joined the Board in October 2011 as Chief Financial Officer and Company Secretary. His former roles include Group Finance Director of Reliance Security Group, Chief Financial Officer at O2 Airwave and Group Treasurer at O2 PLC and Hickson International PLC. He is a member of the ICAEW and the Association of Corporate Treasurers. Anthony was nominated for the UK Stock Market Awards by readers of Shares Magazine, who were asked to choose the companies, individuals and advisers they believe to have outshone their peers whilst ensuring true shareholder value had and remains to have been created. The results of the Grant Thornton Quoted Company Awards will be announced on Wednesday 8th February 2017, with winners of the UK Stock Market Awards being announced on Thursday 30th March 2017. hxxps://
pugugly: t 2 r. Many thanks for quick response - You have confirmed my doubts which had been raised by the difference in timing of the turnaround of IGR and the time she left you. As a result I suspect I will continue to avoid William Sinclair. I trust you are enjoying your retirement and the recovery of the iGR share price. As usual I sold some of mine too early but cannot complain as they were at a nice profit and the balance still held are up over 200%
psolomons: The reason I predict a big rise in the IGR share price is this. From the broker forecasts they predict EPS next year of 9.9p. Assume a modest PE of 12 and that gives you a share price of around £1.20 The current NAV is £1 per share. The IC article says that net debt will start to fall faster from this march as capital spending reduces, that will bring forward the prospect of dividends being paid again. That will significantly boost the share price. I still think £1.50 medium term.
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