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ICG Intermediate Capital Group Plc

-22.00 (-0.96%)
17 May 2024 - Closed
Delayed by 15 minutes
Share Name Share Symbol Market Type Share ISIN Share Description
Intermediate Capital Group Plc LSE:ICG London Ordinary Share GB00BYT1DJ19 ORD 26 1/4P
  Price Change % Change Share Price Shares Traded Last Trade
  -22.00 -0.96% 2,262.00 1,305,898 16:35:11
Bid Price Offer Price High Price Low Price Open Price
2,266.00 2,270.00 2,276.00 2,236.00 2,276.00
Industry Sector Turnover Profit EPS - Basic PE Ratio Market Cap
Security Brokers & Dealers 737.1M 280.6M 0.9533 22.28 6.25B
Last Trade Time Trade Type Trade Size Trade Price Currency
16:36:11 O 50,000 2,262.00 GBX

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07/5/202407:00UKREGICG : Notification of Major Holdings
18/4/202408:21UKREGICG : Notification of Major Holdings

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Posted at 19/5/2024 09:20 by Intermediate Capital Daily Update
Intermediate Capital Group Plc is listed in the Security Brokers & Dealers sector of the London Stock Exchange with ticker ICG. The last closing price for Intermediate Capital was 2,284p.
Intermediate Capital currently has 294,332,000 shares in issue. The market capitalisation of Intermediate Capital is £6,251,611,680.
Intermediate Capital has a price to earnings ratio (PE ratio) of 22.28.
This morning ICG shares opened at 2,276p
Posted at 12/5/2024 16:40 by mirandaj
After results

"4-7 June 2024
InterContinental Hotel, Berlin

SuperReturn International is private capital’s most senior gathering, with attendees from 70+ countries and a quality and quantity of LPs and GPs that can’t be found elsewhere."
Posted at 06/5/2024 19:35 by its the oxman
Based on 6 Wall Street analysts offering 12 month price targets for Intermediate Capital in the last 3 months. The average price target is 2,370.00p with a high forecast of 2,600.00p and a low forecast of 2,250.00p. The average price target represents a 10.13% change from the last price of 2,152.00p.Let's go for the high forecast. ?
Posted at 19/4/2024 13:29 by pvb
Rocky markets, rocky share price! Now we are back under £20.
Posted at 15/4/2024 23:35 by pvb
Intermediate Capital Group adopted their new EPIC 'ICG' on Monday 15 April 2024
Posted at 15/4/2024 10:09 by its the oxman
New ticker , new thread cont'd for ICG ,a global alternative asset manager with a 35-year track record.

We are driven by purpose and sustainable results. We deliver outstanding investment performance to our clients, provide wide‐ranging capital solutions for corporates and owners of real assets, and create value for stakeholders, shareholders and communities. Assets managed over four classes, Structured and Private Equity, Private Debt, Real Assets and Credit.

Been one of my longer term holdings with ups and downs over the years but longer term shown a real ability to grow AUM strongly often regardless of market conditions. As it becomes a bigger more profitable business the div and share price should have scope to increase significantly. All contributions and insights very welcome.
Posted at 27/9/2010 22:34 by lbo
THE Moonduster consortium's ill-fated investment in Irish Continental Group (ICG) is now more than €44m under water, new filings show.

Backed by the Doyle Group and investment group One 51, Moonduster mounted an unsuccessful takeover for ICG last year and was left sitting on a 24.9pc stake in the shipping group.

Accounts just filed by Moonduster's parent company Rambone show the value of that stake has slipped from its €134m purchase price to less than €89.8m.
Posted at 08/4/2010 09:18 by lbo
"First, capital spending generally fell heavily across most developed economies and by 11% in the single currency area, but in Ireland the fall was some 30%, including a 34% fall in building and construction."

He said this sector was of more significance in the Irish economy than the norm elsewhere, but by the fourth quarter of 2009 had fallen to under 12% of GDP, or half its share of GDP at the peak of the construction boom. House-building alone now accounts for only 2.5% of real GDP, again dramatically lower than the 12% share in 2005.

"Consumer spending also fell across the EU area, by 1.1% on average, reflecting falling employment and slower wage growth. In Ireland employment fell precipitously, by over 8%, and wages also fell on average, which partly explains why the fall in Irish real consumer spending at 7.2% is unusually large."

Ireland, however, outperformed its European neighbours in the external sector, with Irish exports falling by 2.3% in volume terms in 2009, while exports in the euro area fell by over 13%.
Posted at 23/3/2010 21:45 by lbo
ICG profits fall as world trade suffers
Posted at 17/11/2009 08:28 by lbo
One big pump and dump!

Goodbody to sell Carroll's ICG shares at €12
Posted at 15/5/2009 09:39 by lbo
AFTER SPEAKING to Irish Continental Group's (ICG) long-serving chief executive Eamonn Rothwell yesterday about results in the year to date (see page 2), it's clear that he hasn't given up hope that a successful bid for the ferry company might be just over the horizon.

Three weeks ago, Rothwell and Philip Lynch's Moonduster group conceded defeat in their plan to make an offer for ICG, much to the disappointment of all involved. They couldn't secure the necessary finance in the current economic climate and there were also differences with the independent directors over the valuation of the business.

ICG has been the subject of a takeover saga for the past two years, with property developer Liam Carroll, who owns just over 29 per cent, the third interested party in all of this.

At one point in 2007, ICG shares were changing hands at €24 each, but they now bob around the €10 mark follow the collapse of the Rothwell/Moonduster bid.

Strictly speaking, Rothwell and Moonduster are precluded from making a fresh offer for ICG for 12 months, although the Irish Takeover Panel has the power to waive this derogation if it sees fit
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