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Share Name Share Symbol Market Type Share ISIN Share Description
Ip Group Plc LSE:IPO London Ordinary Share GB00B128J450 ORD 2P
  Price Change % Change Share Price Bid Price Offer Price High Price Low Price Open Price Shares Traded Last Trade
  -0.50 -0.57% 87.00 85.60 85.90 88.00 85.00 87.50 3,974,773 16:35:28
Industry Sector Turnover (m) Profit (m) EPS - Basic PE Ratio Market Cap (m)
General Financial 0.0 -78.8 -7.1 - 924

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17/7/2020
06:54
dex/p1nk, good points. Maybe we will get both outcomes? Last year the distressed holders held nearly 50%, [WIM, Invesco, Lansdowne] at least now it is down to just over 20%. It would be good to know how much they intend to hold for the longer term.
bamboo2
16/7/2020
15:46
Both Lloyd's and Shell have reduced or cancelled divi = lower share price IPO is at noticeable discount = buyback good use of shareholder funds. Divi = tax. IPO also gave large overhang to clear = buyback is good use to clear. Sharehokdrr yield on buyback = better.
p1nkfish
16/7/2020
15:12
empo, for your info this was one of the topics that came up during the Q&A after the AGM The situation is under review. Added a few more today.
bamboo2
15/7/2020
22:16
Having the authority from shareholders is necessary in case the intention comes to be, it's a little passport in the pocket. Avoids having to get it when the decision is made. I have a number of companies with that go-ahead and they've not used it.
empoggio
15/7/2020
20:57
empoggio, I guess you didn't tune in to the AGM then?
bamboo2
15/7/2020
20:14
I love the way an assumption is mentioned more than once and then becomes the topic. There has been no mention official mention of a buyback (nor a special dividend, nor...). I like the way people waste time talking about something that has not even been tabled...All I know is that I love to buy shares with a 40 - 50% intrinsic cash value! Wow!
empoggio
15/7/2020
18:11
No decision on a buyback has been made afaik. The co. does have authority to buy back up to 10% in the market, without a special meeting, so could support the price if the forced sellers decided to sell more. Similarly they could approach Invesco and/or Lansdowne with an offer. Any shares bought back could be either cancelled, or put into treasury. WIM, [0%] Invesco [13.6%] and Lansdowne [9.3%], have all been forced sellers of IPO and some the constituents, and are partly responsible for the poor price performance in the last year or so.
bamboo2
15/7/2020
17:53
This Buy back is a little harsh to buyers who may have bought whilst they were high.
stodders
15/7/2020
17:31
I dont. Should be as low as possible to maximise return on cash spent. They might have some target discount to NAV.
p1nkfish
15/7/2020
16:56
Does anyone know what price per share the buy back could be.
stodders
15/7/2020
14:31
Share buybacks get a thumbs up from me. Total no brainer. Management are probably wondering how to skim off as much of the cash pile as possible in bonuses etc. Scandalous that they recently used the depressed share price as the base for performance incentives.
wetpantz
14/7/2020
15:09
Yes. I cant see a more efficient use of capital at the moment. At least for a % of the cash pile and then be the go to (and be picky) with the rest.
p1nkfish
14/7/2020
14:53
I'd definitely support a buyback. This makes perfect sense where you have a number of large holders that are also distressed sellers, such as here at IP Group. [Invesco Asset Management Ltd currently holding 13.66% [145,207,903]and Lansdowne Partners (UK) LLP with 9.30%]
bamboo2
14/7/2020
14:18
Share buyback better.
p1nkfish
14/7/2020
13:52
A special dividend would be nice!
scillyfool
14/7/2020
11:28
jon, if the company does have £310M cash now then I think you are spot on. Cash equates to almost half of the market cap. Given that the directors have yet to prove that they are good stewards of the money, investors might reasonably be expecting them to pi$$ it all up the wall hence perhaps why it (the cash) might not be fully reflected in the share price.....
dexdringle
14/7/2020
11:25
Should we sell 👀
stodders
14/7/2020
11:17
If the market cap is £690m and the cash is £310m then 310/690 = 45% of the share price. Or have I missed something?
jonthetourist
14/7/2020
10:54
What next with that pile?
p1nkfish
14/7/2020
10:24
Pretty much one third in cash...
brucie5
14/7/2020
08:34
Golden cross imminent. Probable by the weekend. Price above rising 50 and 200smas
bamboo2
14/7/2020
08:16
According to stockopedia Mkt Cap 690M1,062,354,734 shares in issue . 310M dividend by that figure gives me 29p cash per share?
noiseboy
14/7/2020
08:05
Co. now holds approx £310m cash Brucie, how much is that per share?
bamboo2
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