Share Name Share Symbol Market Type Share ISIN Share Description
Ingenta Plc LSE:ING London Ordinary Share GB00B3BDTG73 ORD 10P
  Price Change % Change Share Price Shares Traded Last Trade
  0.00 0.0% 58.00 279 08:00:00
Bid Price Offer Price High Price Low Price Open Price
56.00 60.00 58.00 58.00 58.00
Industry Sector Turnover (m) Profit (m) EPS - Basic PE Ratio Market Cap (m)
Software & Computer Services 10.92 -1.27 -7.98 9
Last Trade Time Trade Type Trade Size Trade Price Currency
15:20:42 O 279 59.00 GBX

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Ingenta Daily Update: Ingenta Plc is listed in the Software & Computer Services sector of the London Stock Exchange with ticker ING. The last closing price for Ingenta was 58p.
Ingenta Plc has a 4 week average price of 47.50p and a 12 week average price of 40.50p.
The 1 year high share price is 97.50p while the 1 year low share price is currently 40.50p.
There are currently 16,319,609 shares in issue and the average daily traded volume is 3,865 shares. The market capitalisation of Ingenta Plc is £9,465,373.22.
pugugly: Over a year since I last dropped by (re post 69 when share price was 131/135). Now 78/79. A most depressing year - Seems as though no change in developing positive returns for shareholders and company treatment of shareholders since it first hit my screens back in 2001 (I need to declare I have never held but in a prior life I had many contacts in and associations with the printing/publishing industries) The impression received is that it is very much a nice lifestyle company and private shareholders are considered a nuisance. The extract below may be of interest “At the current share price (IGA) of 152.5p, the company is valued at around £84 million - around ten times prospective earnings for 2003. This may explain why some shrewd investors have taken a nibble recently. As Citywire reported, earlier this month William Littlewood, the fund manager who made his name running the popular (Jupiter High Income) unit trust, bought a secret personal stake of 60,000 shares in Ingenta. Framlington Innovative Growth investment trust (FIT) and Throgmorton investment trust (THRG), run by Framlington stablemates Brian Watson and Roger Whiteoak, respectively hold 490,000 and 130,000 shares, and Hugh Priestley’s (Rathbone Smaller Cos) unit trust has a 170,000 share stake. Investors looking for the longer term may also want a nibble. ©2001”; After significant capital infusions market cap now £12.8 million. OK _ Has been off radar screen for a long time so I may have missed restructuring and repayments to shareholders – If so I am sure someone will put me right. E&oe - Still watching as it should be a nice little money maker but never seems to have broken away from the recuperation ward.
madigansar: Long time holder now. I was wondering too about the Chinese JV. Share price headed to £1...very disappointing. Come on Ingenta!
timbo003: Results out this morning make a pleasant read and we are getting paid a dividend for the first time (albeit not a particularly large one). I shall go along to the AGM again this year, I wonder if I will be the only PI there (again), or will the improving share price tempt a few more along.
tadtech: Well it is good to see them return to profit so it looks like market expectations of circa £1m pre tax for this year should be met. The company continues to be run like a private entity, no presentations, no media, no press, no broker coverage for the retail market, there is nothing here to excite the private investor I am afraid to say on the face of it. But saying that I would not be surprised to see a bid for the company who has admitted in the past they were in discussions with a 'investor' The shares are very tightly held with Kestral having 25% and 50% held by directors a 4 others. 7 of the 10 global publishers use Ingenta systems I think the chance of corporate action is the best avenue for upside, it would not take much buying for the share price to move north quickly.
timbo003: >>>Tadtech Yes the overseas third party hasn't suddenly disappeared in a puff of smoke Mind you the Chairman didn't seem to want to relinquish control to the overseas third party when the share price was around 180p, so I doubt if he would entertain it now, at around 125p.
tadtech: Added a few recently, someone is building a position hiding under a nominee. Kestral now have 25% and another 25k hit the tape a few days ago. Remember this, whoever the 3rd party were Ingenta decided to go it alone but will this third party return with an offer?? 21 January 2015 The Company also announces that it is in early stage discussions with an overseas third party which, subject to the conclusion of a satisfactory due diligence exercise and obtaining regulatory approvals, is considering a substantial investment to acquire a considerable minority interest in the Company through the issue of new shares at a significant premium to the current share price
timbo003: Ingenta (ING) was formerly known as Publishing technology (PTO). The name change was effective from today May 13th (today). The rationale for the name change is outlined in the most recent annual report (year ending December 2015): In tandem with the release of our Annual Report and Accounts, we will be rebranding the Group. In the last year we have completed the first phase implementations of our new product set, reached the final stage of our decade-long development cycle, and paid down all debt within the business. As a result, the Board believes we are now positioned for growth and that now is the right time to relaunch the Group with a less industry-specific identity. The name Publishing Technology has become restrictive as we look to wider markets, particularly for our online content products. We will therefore be returning to the name Ingenta, a name known across all of our markets including China. We will rename our trading companies and will ask shareholders to agree a change of name for the plc at the forthcoming AGM. As well as relaunching the corporate and trading identity of the business, we will be re-aligning the products under one brand umbrella, changing 'advance' to the more descriptive 'Ingenta Rights', 'Ingenta Order to Cash' etc and removing the confusing 'pub2web' name and replacing it with the more industry-agnostic 'Ingenta CMS' allowing us to target all industries and markets that deal with content. Over the last 1-2 years the share price for PTO/ING has been on a downward trajectory, this poor performance can be traced back to a profit warning issued in September 2014 which lead to a discounted placing (June 2015), restructuring of the business and departure of the CEO (Sept 2015). The company may now have turned a corner with the House broker (Cenkos) forecasting a return to profitability for year ending December 2016. Useful links Ingenta Web site Ingenta Twitter feed Aim Admission document (Feb 2007) Placing document (June 2015) Annual report (year ending December 2015) Previous ING/PTO thread AGM report (May 2016) Annual report (year ending December 2016)
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