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Imagination Technologies Group LSE:IMG London Ordinary Share GB0009303123 ORD 10P
  Price Change % Change Share Price Bid Price Offer Price High Price Low Price Open Price Shares Traded Last Trade
  -2.00p -1.97% 99.50p 99.25p 99.75p 102.00p 98.25p 100.50p 3,604,495 16:29:55
Industry Sector Turnover (m) Profit (m) EPS - Basic PE Ratio Market Cap (m)
Technology Hardware & Equipment 120.0 -63.2 -29.8 - 281.90

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Imagination Technologies Daily Update: Imagination Technologies Group is listed in the Technology Hardware & Equipment sector of the London Stock Exchange with ticker IMG. The last closing price for Imagination Technologies was 101.50p.
Imagination Technologies Group has a 4 week average price of 76p and a 12 week average price of 76p.
The 1 year high share price is 297.50p while the 1 year low share price is currently 76p.
There are currently 283,314,229 shares in issue and the average daily traded volume is 3,652,852 shares. The market capitalisation of Imagination Technologies Group is £281,897,657.86.
ebomber: Maybe Apple have adopted this tactic (APPLE is of the view...........) approach as a simple negotiating position to get licence cost down. It has worked on the IMG share price?
mister md: If IMG were taken over by another party, e.g Samsung or Softbank there would be the odd situation where Apple would temporarily be paying royalties to one of its main competitors ? Whilst there are legal implications of Apple launching a takeover approach after that announcement (and 64% crash in share price), could it work the other way round, ie IMG admits defeat and seeks to be taken over by Apple (or offer itself up for sale to any other party too in order to get best price). Management have to do something to restore some shareholder value surely ?
andrewbaker: Further to my earlier post today, and after further consideration, the best hope may well be a sale of the company, either by takeover or the IP. I agree, IMG staff have been happy to move to Apple of late, and the new replacement Apple are talking about maybe can avoid using any of the patents or IP of IMG, so if not Apple, someone else may want to buy on the basis that there is existing technical prowess there to be used that can be got hold of for less than the cost of developing it themselves. Bottom line, IMG is almost certainly worth more than today's share price, so buying now has a far greater possibility of a decent gain than a loss.
andrewbaker: My humble view: IMG wasted lots on PURE, and eventually sold for a pittance lat year. It has so many eggs in the one Apple basket. Apple didn't buy IMG, when it should have, so I'm left thinking IMG tried to play hard ball and lost, and Apple will have big problems and costs in ditching everything IMG and replacing it with new technology that doesn't use ANY IMG IP/patents. So ... My thought is that this is a softening up exercise so that Apple can get IMG graphics etc. tech at what they believe is a decent cost: not an inflated amount that may (or may not, of course) have been mooted by IMG, whose imagination may have been too far from reality when discussing with Apple last year about a bid. I'm holding what I have - which is substantial - on the above basis, plus my belief that even broken up, IMG is worth more than today's share price. Buying more: not right now, as it will unbalance my portfolio, make it too 'risky' (according to my view of investment risk); and there's always a chance to pick up more later when some direction eventually shows up on this one. If I miss out either way due to holding off, so be it. If you're not in now, or have a small holding, maybe a bite at the apple will pay off. There must be greater chance of gain than loss as it stands right now. All IMHO. DYOR.
cottesloe: Surely the most iniquitous point ( amongst many ) is that over the last 10 yrs + , Apple have encouraged , almost insisted or directed IMG to be a one trick pony , viz their draconian NDA's etc . I would assume that if Apple having pulled the rug out and smashed the share price now put in a low ball bid , this would be illegal under corporate law . It would certainly be immoral and akin to toying with a long time lover , encouraging them to believe the question was imminent then dumping them ! A very large , foolish , VLTH. Commiserations to all and to all the hardworking and innovative staff whose livelihoods Apple are playing with . David
emptyend: I might add that me having "sold out recently" was nothing to do with foresight. It was just the share price being at highs - and the need to raise funds to double my Cyan holding. I certainly wouldn't be a seller down seems perfectly possible to me that IMG are right that Apple can't by-pass their tech - but I'll leave that argument to people who have more idea than me!
borromini1: 285p share price x 278.6 million issued shares / 15 years = 52.934 million GBP profit. What will the March interim report say for FY 2017 and project for FY 2018? Last December statement stated H1 2017 equity losses 10.6 million, equity assets 131 million and ongoing operations profit 2.855 million GBP. How about FY 2017 ongoing profit 10 million GBP and FY 2018 25 million GBP, would that be enough progress to support the share price?
nearlythere: From the img Pr it looks like Furian has, once again, many technical advantages and I expect it will perform as expected (unlike some others were real world performance fails to match the spec). Of course Furian will be the best for area, speed and power but then so was series 6 7 and that did not stop img share of the Android phone market plummeting. The problem has never been the technology which in the independent press and reviews has always exceeded the competition by a fair margin and has been used to great effect by apple. IE throttling was unheard off by img gpus while others were dropping up to 40% after 10 15 minutes. The difficulty has been the inability of management to get the GPu ip into socs. The situation is more of a problem today with arm mali seen as the de facto standard, even the growing Chinese soc makers have, for the most part, ignored img so far. IMo for a small cap company to start to win back Android GPu phone markets it needs Furian to have the same lead that series 5 had over arm and qualcomm 6 years ago, making it must have ip. Otherwise why would socs makers risk their relationship with a multi billion pound company arm for img gpu with a far from certain future ( in debt, falling royalties, licenses, market share and a takeover risk). So it will be interesting to see the first independant reports of Furian.
arrash: FWIW my views in a few lines: I keep reading in a number of posts since yesterday “The King is dead long live the King” as if it is a new beginning. One should remember that the assigned CEO was on the board for over three years and in part is responsible for the current state of affair of IMG. I listened to yesterday’s presentation & I am not at all positive like some of the poster here. The S-M PI who now back the Intuitional Investor agenda (if one believe the ST story) which have asked for this drastic change would regret it at the end, when IMG is sold in its bits & pieces such as Pure, MIPS to city chums, Private Equity Fund and their backers etc. I only see that II & ARM would benefit from the breakup of IMG. Furthermore it is almost impossible to find £15M of saving, except by magic (if you believe in that) anyway most this was identified since the December results anyway. It strange that these guys suddenly managed to find that kind of saving on the back of a sofa in IMG HQ! over the last weekend. Yesterday the CEO and Chairman both mentioned the slowdown in China & Semi etc. I do not see any change in IMG share price until the pickup in royalty volume which is already signaled for late 2016 & early 2017. Wishing SHY all the very best for future & the IMG shareholders the very best of Luck.
jamesrowe: I notice that on Short Interest Tracker acompany called Marshall Wace LLP increased its short position in IMG by 0.46% on 27th Aug. That was a BIG sale of shares (approx. 12 million!)that it didn't own.... It must really believe that IMG share price is going to head south.
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