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 Shares Traded Last Trade
  -3.80 -3.73% 98.20 2,524,038 16:35:28
Bid Price Offer Price High Price Low Price Open Price
98.60 98.90 108.00 98.60 108.00
Industry Sector Turnover (m) Profit (m) EPS - Basic PE Ratio Market Cap (m)
General Financial -78.80 -7.12 1,043
Last Trade Time Trade Type Trade Size Trade Price Currency
18:14:56 O 5,075 98.20 GBX

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Ip Daily Update: Ip Group Plc is listed in the General Financial sector of the London Stock Exchange with ticker IPO. The last closing price for Ip was 102p.
Ip Group Plc has a 4 week average price of 89.70p and a 12 week average price of 75.90p.
The 1 year high share price is 113.20p while the 1 year low share price is currently 41.45p.
There are currently 1,062,353,734 shares in issue and the average daily traded volume is 4,676,898 shares. The market capitalisation of Ip Group Plc is £1,043,231,366.79.
pierre oreilly: IPO doesn't decide how shareholders dispose of their shares. Without any other info, it looks like the 70m shares invesco dumped (probably to cover payments for individuals who are withdrawing from invesco funds) were just absorbed by the market - individuals as well as probably institutions. What is very positive is that 70m can hit the market these days without altering the generally rising share price (which itself is rising due to being hit hard by institutional dumping several months ago when there were less buyers around). We're still rising. It's still way undervalued imv, the discount to nav is far too high even now, let alone on the revaluation for many stocks declared at the next results. We are basically running forwards pretty fast and yet standing still as the assets are revalued. If ipo's board have any concern for their shareholders, then some of the mega and excessive cash pile should be returned to them. A dividend and intention of more would add 25% to the price imv, in addition to the rise correcting the nav discount. I'd like to see their intention of what they'll do with the hundreds of mill they'll get on a nano float.
bottomfisher: Does anyone know what has happened to the 7% of IPO that Invesco has sold?. Invesco was IPO's second biggest shareholder, and there is no sign that any of IPO's other major shareholders have used the disposal to increase their stakes. It would have been a real sign of confidence in the company if the shares had been placed with another long-term strategic shareholder, such as the Railways Pension Fund or Baillie Gifford. Surely it would have been in IPO's interests to make sure that the shares were placed safely with long-term investors rather than just dumped on the market.
bamboo2: Mas, Sharecast reporting this... "IP Group slid on Thursday after Invesco sold 61.9m shares in the company in a placing. The shares were sold at 100.5p each, according to traders, which was the lower end of the initial guidance of between 100.5p and 103p and a discount of around 9.5% to the closing share price on Wednesday. JPMorgan was the bookrunner." Guess the buyer/s knew they had Invesco over a barrel!
pierre oreilly: How about IP learning from one of their past holdings?Open orphan have said that when they float one of their subsids on the nas early next year the indications show, they will return the full proceeds as a Divi to all of holders. The return is likely to be a high percentage of the current orph price - they are pharma companies to be floated and not core to orph.So why don't IP say the same? Get nano floated, and undertake to divide the total proceeds to shareholders? They already have far in excess cash for their foreseeable future.Result? Immediate 50% upsurge on ips share price. Imo.
brucie5: bjfanc27 Dec '20 - 13:07 - 751 of 752 0 0 0 As for valuation you could easily put forward an argument of anywhere between 250 to 750, for the stake depending, how conservative, you want to be. ----------------------------------------------------------------------- bjfanc, sorry, what valuation are you referring to? Share price of IPO, or value in £Ms attributable to its 15% share in ONT?
bamboo2: bjf, have you looked into the valuations of any of the other co's doing Genome mapping? Here's a list from 2019 Https:// It should be fairly easy to produce a reasonably accurate comparative using these figures, and up to date share prices, or there are probably some more up to date figures out there somewhere. ================================ It's worth reading a few of the reports on judgements when various competitors have tried taking ONT to court for possible patent infringements. They give an interesting picture of how the different companies have approached the market, the type of hardware, and the costs to customers. It's quite easy to see why some of the bigger US players are worried. Particularly PACB.
bottomfisher: A year ago Ceres Power was IPO's third biggest investment, and its second most successful after Oxford Nanopore. In July IPO placed the majority of its stake at £5.85 per Ceres share. Since then the Ceres share price has almost doubled to around £11. I would really like to believe that IPO will succeed as a profitable incubator for UK university spinouts. But the premature sale of Ceres makes me wonder. Remember the old investment adage 'run your winners and cut your losers'.
bottomfisher: Today's Artois announcement suggests there might be more value hidden in the lower reaches of IPO's portfolio than the market suspects. However, even after the recent rally, the IPO share price is still trading at a 17% discount to NAV, whilst Draper Esprit (GROW), a fast growing VC rival, trades at a 9% premium and seems to have no difficulty regularly placing £100m plus tranches of shares priced at close to NAV to fund its portfolio of high growth disruptive tech stocks. Interested in any thoughts on which vehicle might make the better long-term investment. Am tempted to go for Draper Esprit but worried that one day IPO will finally surprise its long suffering shareholders on the upside.
benchmark: Bamboo2 - "because the announcement was made mid morning, some will have missed it completely. Others will miss the significance, as IPO is a holding company. It also could be that the market views this news as already 'in the price'." No move in share price this morning effectively rules out the first 2 above. Also, with regard to it being already in the sp, when did the share price reflect this? I don't believe it did at all. There remains another alternative, i.e. persistent selling into any perceived rise. I agree with you about the prospects for ONT. But in my view there are far more "next significant events" to happen before the development of testing using mobile telephony.
benchmark: Bamboo - thank you for taking the time to reply with that helpful information. With the announcement that ONT obtained the CE mark for the GridIon & MinIon systems, one would have thought/hoped that it would have been reflected in the IPO share price yesterday afternoon. The fact that it wasn't suggests measured selling into any perceived rise?
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