Share Name Share Symbol Market Type Share ISIN Share Description
Imimobile LSE:IMO London Ordinary Share GB00BLBP4Y22 ORD 10P
  Price Change % Change Share Price Bid Price Offer Price High Price Low Price Open Price Shares Traded Last Trade
  -7.00p -2.76% 246.50p 243.00p 250.00p 253.50p 246.50p 253.50p 45,546 11:20:24
Industry Sector Turnover (m) Profit (m) EPS - Basic PE Ratio Market Cap (m)
Software & Computer Services 76.1 5.1 11.8 20.9 152.05

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15/12/2017
08:20
Imimobile Daily Update: Imimobile is listed in the Software & Computer Services sector of the London Stock Exchange with ticker IMO. The last closing price for Imimobile was 253.50p.
Imimobile has a 4 week average price of 199p and a 12 week average price of 182p.
The 1 year high share price is 260p while the 1 year low share price is currently 157p.
There are currently 61,685,070 shares in issue and the average daily traded volume is 70,831 shares. The market capitalisation of Imimobile is £152,053,697.55.
29/11/2017
11:04
rivaldo: Managed to get the full Questor tip - 300p here we come :o)) Http://www.telegraph.co.uk/investing/shares/questorthree-things-can-make-share-price-rise-stock-has/ "Questor: three things can make a share price rise – and this stock has them all 29 November 2017 • 6:18am When a fast-growing company with a loyal customer base and no debt is cheaply valued, there’s usually a good reason. In the case of IMImobile, the Aim-listed software firm, the reason is likely to be the presence of a large and persistent seller on the shareholder register in the shape of Toscafund Asset Management. Tosca has been gradually reducing its stake in IMImobile. Its motivation seems to be more a matter of the management of its portfolios than any negative view of the stock itself, but the effect has been to put downward pressure on the share price. This, of course, presents an opportunity for other investors, as long as they are prepared to wait until Tosca’s selling is no longer perceived as a major drag on the price. Certainly the fundamentals of IMImobile seem strong. In the words of Tony Dalwood of Gresham House, the asset manager, which owns about 14pc of the company, it “embeds” its products in its customers’ operations. “IMImobile software carries out tasks such as sending the text messages that greet you when you land in a foreign country or the messages from banks that ask you to confirm that you have made a particular transaction,” Dalwood said. “Once you have signed a contract to use this kind of software you are unlikely to switch to another product and IMImobile has a good record of keeping its customers once it has won them.” He said it was growing strongly and generating plenty of cash. “Earnings growth is coming from a growing customer base – it is forming a good beachhead in America, for example. This growth is both organic and from acquisitions,” he said. Recent interim results showed revenue and gross profit both increasing by double-digit percentages. Normally such a good performance would result in the shares being highly valued but the perception that Tosca could continue to sell large numbers of IMImobile shares has prevented this from happening, some brokers have suggested. Many professional investors prefer the “Ebitda” measure of earnings when they value shares, as opposed to the after-tax profits used for the conventional price-to-earnings ratio. Ebitda stands for earnings before interest, tax, depreciation and amortisation, and because of those disregarded costs it will normally be higher than the after-tax figure. This means that the ratio of the share price to Ebitda will be lower than the normal p/e ratio for a given company – typically about 40pc lower, Dalwood said. But if we compare IMImobile’s price-to-Ebitda ratio with the valuations of other companies we get a sense of how cheap it is. It is currently trading at a ratio of between eight and nine. Link Mobility, a comparable peer, trades at more than 20, while private equity deals in this area are being done at Ebitda multiples of between 10 and 14. Earnings growth and the potential for the valuation to come into line with similar companies provide two routes for IMImobile’s shares to rise but there is a third potential reason, Dalwood said. “Share price growth has one of three causes: rising profits, higher valuations and balance sheet developments,” he said. If, for example, a business is funded equally by debt and equity and uses its cash flows to pay off half the debt, the value of the shareholders’ portion will increase significantly, all else being equal. This is a standard private equity approach to an investment. IMImobile has already paid off all its debt and amassed some cash, so in its case the way to make the balance sheet work better for shareholders would be to start to pay a dividend. This could also help the shares to be given a higher valuation. “At a time when interest rates are rock bottom, dividends are highly prized,” Dalwood said. “Any company that pays a dividend stands to be looked at more favourably by investors.” He added: “This stock has all three of the drivers for share price growth. We think the price could go from the current 200p or so to nearer 300p.” Reassuringly, several board members have significant stakes. Jay Patel, the chief executive, owns 5pc of the shares, worth about £6.2m, and “he’s not selling as far as I know”, Dalwood said, Questor says: buy"
29/11/2017
08:18
rivaldo: Excellent - IMO are the main tip in today's Questor column in the Telegraph, and there's already been a fair bit of buying. Anyone got the full article they can copy here:? Http://www.telegraph.co.uk/investing/shares/questorthree-things-can-make-share-price-rise-stock-has/ "Questor: three things can make a share price rise – and this stock has them all By Richard Evans 29 November 2017 • 6:18am When a fast-growing company with a loyal customer base and no debt is cheaply valued, there’s usually a good reason....."
07/4/2017
07:32
rivaldo: Good news, cheers Schroder - Gartner recognition is always a big boost. Looks like the share price is bursting out of its doldrums now.
30/3/2016
07:02
johnwise: IMImobile PLC Trading Update "The Group enters the new financial year in a good position to achieve its growth expectations. We have a strong pipeline of opportunities and deployments which are expected to contribute to revenues during FY17. http://uk.advfn.com/stock-market/london/imimobile-IMO/share-news/IMImobile-PLC-Trading-Update/70926029
24/4/2015
11:05
kam5lc: Share price like a yoyo at the moment. What's going on?
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