Share Name Share Symbol Market Type Share ISIN Share Description
Inmarsat Plc LSE:ISAT London Ordinary Share GB00B09LSH68 ORD EUR0.0005
  Price Change % Change Share Price Bid Price Offer Price High Price Low Price Open Price Shares Traded Last Trade
  -0.40p -0.09% 423.30p 423.30p 423.90p 431.00p 419.10p 422.90p 5,899,096 11:32:45
Industry Sector Turnover (m) Profit (m) EPS - Basic PE Ratio Market Cap (m)
Mobile Telecommunications 1,036.7 170.1 29.6 13.6 1,953.84

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27/6/2018
09:03
if Echostar want to push their bid through with board approval then you've got to think they need to be somewhere in the region of £7+ failing that we've got to hope Viasat (or a.n.other) come in.. finely balanced
kalkaar
27/6/2018
08:51
I guess the market, in all its wisdom, is saying Echostar comes in at circa £6 and there are no other bidders.
the original goldbug
27/6/2018
08:46
HSBC raises Inmarsat to 525 now
bagi58s
27/6/2018
07:29
Still a nice chart. Will recover soon with any rumours of a bid
volsung
26/6/2018
16:51
That’s taken the fun out of things.
the original goldbug
26/6/2018
16:12
Might be time to top up.
jamie62
26/6/2018
11:33
Around 450p
naraick1
26/6/2018
11:33
Around 450p expect Echostar to bid around 730 p / share lmo
naraick1
26/6/2018
11:19
what was the share price before the Echostar bid came in?
wynmck
26/6/2018
10:58
FT Aplhaville suggesting Eutelsat was never a serious bidder given it's debt position.. more trying to make any rival bidder pay more for ISAT.. relevant section taken from: https://ftalphaville.ft.com/marketslive/2018-06-26/ "Does this change anything with the Echostar bid? No, not really. Eutelsat was always seen as an outside chance as a counterbidder given its debt. 11:28 am BE Will Echostar pay up? We've no idea. 11:29 am BE Though you'd note that Echostar buying 10% of the convertible gives them a certain amount of downside protection in case of a counterbidder. So, eyes towards Viasat probably.
kalkaar
26/6/2018
09:16
A very French approach from eutelsat, it was quite improbable, but I would like to see a few more bidders emerge - I guess they are all waiting for EchoStar's deadline?
zcaprd7
26/6/2018
08:23
Well done anyone who sold yesterday! Not me unfortunately. But a good few days for the traders and the MMs.
wad collector
26/6/2018
08:03
Yes, very poor show, I imagine there was some shouting in the eutelsat boardroom yesterday evening!
zcaprd7
26/6/2018
07:40
can't recall ever seeing a company throw it's hat in the ring one day then remove it the morning after but keep a retained interest should the circumstances change?! they could have just sat on the sidelines with a watching brief.. but probably didn't fancy it's own shares being pummelled with the speculation/uncertainty etc. anyhow shouldn't change much for ISAT holders Ball still very much in Echostar's court..
kalkaar
26/6/2018
07:26
Eutelsat strategising. Information leaks. They own up. Stock immediately drops 7%. Shareholders phone the leadership and say "no". Not an uncommon sequence of events. Also, keeping their options open would have actually involved doing nothing. They've ruled themselves out of making the first formal bid for six months. This is the definition of reducing their options. I expect if they still harbour aspirations towards ISAT they'll be having intensive major shareholder discussions in the near future.
kamitora
26/6/2018
07:25
Well I read that as 'we won't be bidding unless as a spoiler should a major competitor try and get ISAT on the cheap'
redchef
26/6/2018
07:23
Eutelsat are just keeping their options open. They reserve the right to bid if anyone else makes an offer for Inmarsat. Perfectly sensible course of action. I still expect a contest between more than one potential suitor. The ball is now in Echostar's court up to 6 July or, hopefully, before. Plenty of potential left.
jurgenklopp
26/6/2018
07:15
Logged on and I was rich. Now I'm not again. Oh well
volsung
26/6/2018
07:14
Funny old world.I guess the more cynical of you might have dark thoughts that the whole procedure was contrived.
steeplejack
26/6/2018
07:03
Well that didn't take them long!
argylerich
26/6/2018
07:02
They're in the same position they were yesterday - they won't bid unless someone else does.
samdb
26/6/2018
06:56
Eutelsat has withdrawn. Https://investegate.co.uk/eutelsat-comms/rns/2-8-announcement/201806260746295742S/
kamitora
25/6/2018
23:21
Eutelsat is just one of a long list of potential bidders mooted by City analysts. RBC Capital Markets speculated in the wake of EchoStar's bid that large mobile operators, private equity and satellite firms SES and Viasat could also be circling.Eutelsat's interest extended Inmarsat's winning streak to a fifth day, boosting London's hottest takeover target 26.2p to 632.2p.
zcaprd7
25/6/2018
20:45
https://www.ft.com/content/790b1f28-788b-11e8-bc55-50daf11b720d Bidding war looms over UK satellite group Inmarsat Eutelsat’s interest follows ‘highly preliminary’ offer from EchoStar of the US Nic Fildes, Telecoms Correspondent A bidding war looms over UK satellite company Inmarsat after French rival Eutelsat said on Monday it was considering a bid. EchoStar, the US satellite company controlled by billionaire Charlie Ergen, made a “highly preliminary” offer for Inmarsat earlier this month that was rejected by Inmarsat, which said the bid significantly undervalued its business. The US company, which has built up a 3 per cent stake in Inmarsat, has until July 6 to make a formal offer. Eutelsat, which is being advised by Goldman Sachs, said it was “evaluating a possible offer”. It has until July 23 to make a formal bid. Inmarsat’s share price more than halved between last August and March this year, which had made it vulnerable to a bid. British politicians have expressed alarm that the UK’s only significant satellite group could fall into foreign hands after the EchoStar interest. A bid from Eutelsat would follow a bitter row in the European satellite industry between Brussels and the UK government over Europe’s Galileo satellite navigation system. Inmarsat’s stock jumped 4.3 to 632.2p, while Eutelsat’s shares dropped 6.2 per cent to €16.53. The French company, which had €3.6bn of debt at the end of 2017, has a market value of €3.8bn compared to Inmarsat’s £3.2bn. Inmarsat declined to comment. Analysts had considered Eutelsat to be an unlikely bidder for Inmarsat, as it said in April that it would launch its own Ka-band satellite, called Konnect VHTS, which will come on line in 2021. The plan, which included an agreement with French telecoms group Orange to supply broadband in remote areas, was seen as a sign that it wanted to launch its own satellites rather than make a play for its UK rival. Some have questioned the rationale for consolidation within the satellite sector, given that there is little overlap between the largest companies and that financial benefits from cutting operating costs would be limited. Jefferies, the investment bank, has suggested that EchoStar’s interest in Inmarsat is driven by the UK company’s spectrum holdings in the US.
kalkaar
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