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
  -6.40p -1.12% 564.00p 563.60p 564.20p 568.80p 561.80p 566.00p 411,154 12:24:33
Industry Sector Turnover (m) Profit (m) EPS - Basic PE Ratio Market Cap (m)
Mobile Telecommunications 1,149.0 131.7 21.2 26.3 2,615

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12/7/2018
08:52
Comprehensive article from IG: hTTps://www.ig.com/au/shares-news/inmarsat-share-price-falls--is-one-of-the-uks-leading-satellite--180711
argylerich
12/7/2018
08:38
Nice to be in profit with this at last
volsung
12/7/2018
08:11
Nice opening jump to near 550p. Something must be in air. 550 was a resistance level under the previous t/o offer Imho
redchef
10/7/2018
11:36
Holding up very well.. High volume too
kalkaar
09/7/2018
12:07
"could Dish put in a bid that's be seen as entirely independent to Echostar's bid in spite of them having the same boss?" Exane says it could. "Charles Ergen has shown interest in Inmarsat. We believe his interest goes beyond the strategic fit with Echostar. It includes the benefit for Dish – the sister company of Echostar – of owning the spectrum Inmarsat licenses to Ligado, a competitor it tried to acquire five years ago. In Dish’s Q1 18 conference call, Ergen mentioned that he ‘did not exclude merging Echostar and Dish’. The PUSU rules do not apply to Dish. Inmarsat bid speculation is likely to continue." https://ftalphaville.ft.com/marketslive/2018-07-09/
kamitora
09/7/2018
12:00
At least pursuers know £5.32 wont be accepted and therefore the DD costs spent by Echostar are beneficial for others - i also read that Inmarsat refused further time for Echostar , hence why they walked . I think the board will realistically look at any bids that start around £7
ellemaitch
09/7/2018
10:22
I'm waiting for softbank, they have deep pockets and a (fairly) clear run now...
zcaprd7
09/7/2018
08:32
This is curious. Perhaps the market knows something again. I've been wondering about whether the board might find themselves a white knight. EchoStar could return in six months, more hostile.
kamitora
09/7/2018
08:26
Well that's a pleasantly unexpected reaction.. might there still be some hope someone else in the background?
kalkaar
07/7/2018
05:20
British satellite maker Inmarsat fights off interest from American suitor - but could still fall into hands of foreign predator Http://www.thisismoney.co.uk/money/markets/article-5926425/British-satellite-maker-Inmarsat-fights-American-suitor.html
kamitora
06/7/2018
21:22
I have known of other stocks where a share price seems to fall prior to the bid announcement, and then mysteriously when the bid is rejected the price doesn't fall much. But who knows - there seems to be a big gap between the recent low price and brokers estimates of underlying value and assets.
weatherman
06/7/2018
21:19
Thanks!I know I've been following it for months, I was replying to ortis23's comment mate
sky2002
06/7/2018
20:48
It’s just under £5 mate
volsung
06/7/2018
20:08
Wow below £4 not good ❌😡
sky2002
06/7/2018
19:19
Just sprang to mind that EchoStar released their 'no formal bid' RNS purposefully during auction as a parting swipe at ISAT when they should have really waited until official close as ISAT did.. either way likely follow through selling into market open Monday morning..what goes down must..Have a good weekend all.
kalkaar
06/7/2018
19:19
Although it's worth at least 532 to echostar, I see this falling to £4 or worse Monday morning. Thoughts? Things to look forward to: 1) EAN launch. Although this was slated for June. Perhaps they've delayed announcement? Also news on new airline uptake. Lufthansa? 2) ligado. I forget the chance suggested by some. 30%? But £2 upside? 3) Chinese deal. Spouted on FT Alphaville. Anyone know more? 4) positive Q4?
ortis23
06/7/2018
18:48
I’m not disagreeing the board and managment have royally screwed this up.
the original goldbug
06/7/2018
17:24
Perhaps I’m being a tad harsh but if the management had made a better fist of things in recent years,the bid would have been higher!Old newspaper reports from last year.... Exec pay at UK satellite firm Inmarsat has been slammed for being "too closely geared towards short-term awards" as shareholders today revolted and voted down multi-million awards to the firm's top brass. Some 58.49 per cent voted against Inmarsat's remuneration report at its annual general meeting (AGM). Chief executive Rupert Pearce took over £1.9m in 2017 with finance chief Tony Bates paid £1.5m. The pair's remuneration fell from £2.3m and £1.8m respectively in 2016. Today's revolt follows Inmarsat's 2017 AGM, which saw 48.9 per cent of shareholders voted against the firm's annual report on remuneration. Ashley Hamilton Claxton, head of responsible investment at one of Britain's biggest fund manager's, Royal London Asset Management, said Inmarsat's board "did not go far enough to address....
steeplejack
06/7/2018
17:08
Well the board better produce a good set of results in early August if they are going to rebuild their credibility.
the original goldbug
06/7/2018
16:51
no prizes for the 1st to spot the contradiction in that statement..
kalkaar
06/7/2018
16:51
So it ends not with a bang but a whimper.Sadly,we're left with a management transfixed with their own remuneration.Echostar didn't flush out any clandestine bidders this time round.I suppose the price falls back to 450 odd,at least we know there's someone out there who'll bid 532p!Someone will take this company over at some future date.The only puzzle is when and at what price :)Time and time again,when a bid approach is made,all and sundry come out with fancy exit prices.Yet the starting point is always how that company has been valued in the market.Note Echostar today,understandably drawing attention to ISAT's bombed out valuation and the premium its offering.The bid calculations start at the bombed price of around 350p that shareholders considered ISAT was worth but a few months back.Good luck all,its been emotional
steeplejack
06/7/2018
16:50
he Board of Inmarsat plc ("Inmarsat" or the "Company") notes today's further announcement by EchoStar Corporation ("EchoStar") that it does not intend to make an offer for Inmarsat. The Board remains highly confident in the independent strategy and prospects of Inmarsat, given our track record, unique capabilities, differentiated market position and strong channels to market. Inmarsat will publish its interim year results for the period to 30 June 2018 on 2 August 2018 and will update the market on the Company's progress at that time.
kalkaar
06/7/2018
16:47
A huge offload right at the close of play there. Someone waiting for announcement which never came perhaps?
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