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Share Name Share Symbol Market Type Share ISIN Share Description
ITE Group LSE:ITE London Ordinary Share GB0002520509 ORD 1P
  Price Change % Change Share Price Bid Price Offer Price High Price Low Price Open Price Shares Traded Last Trade
  -0.30p -0.51% 58.70p 58.00p 58.20p 59.20p 55.60p 57.00p 1,790,079 16:35:18
Industry Sector Turnover (m) Profit (m) EPS - Basic PE Ratio Market Cap (m)
Media 153.6 -3.2 -3.1 - 435.33

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DateSubjectAuthorDiscuss
04/12/2018
12:18
Headline profit was £35m which is ok. Profits are messy due to the amortisation of intangibles. I didn't like the rights issue, but they are now in a better shape overall. Its just that the share price has been diluted by 50%!
topvest
04/12/2018
07:43
Debt is increasing, losses are going up.
rafieh
03/10/2018
19:51
A good trading update, albeit warning about currency impact next year a tad. Looks like another very expensive acquisition though. Buy high sell low!
topvest
07/9/2018
12:13
I'm not sure the Board are running this company properly. First they do an enormously dilutive and expensive acquisition. Then they sell some non-core assets for a ridiculously low price (earnings dilutive), because they can't be bothered to make these events work. If you can't sell these events for a decent price then we should keep them. You couldn't make it up really. Is it just me thinking this?
topvest
11/7/2018
12:04
Yes, well done. Share price bounced back to at least where it should be. Yes, absolutely no chance of 320p anytime soon! £1 is probably a more achievable price target.
topvest
11/7/2018
11:22
I feel this brokers target is a little too far out the window now: Westhouse Securities Retains share price TARGET 320p
tradermel
28/6/2018
15:47
75.5p Level 2 is essential for PIs. You can see all the DMA traders and their moves across the books... Hence I kept buying. Great scare by the dark forces...weren't banking on a director set of buys...
cantrememberthis2
28/6/2018
15:37
Well done playing ITE. Closed about 2.3% above HOD.
typo56
28/6/2018
12:05
RNs director buys Game on
cantrememberthis2
28/6/2018
11:38
Even at 100p that would only be market cap of about £742m? That's a bit borderline IMO. HFG are getting promoted from the reserve list tomorrow and they're about £790m. I'm not sure how much FTSE 250 matters anyway. There are SmallCap funds too and they'd have to sell on promotion. Sometimes better to be the biggest fish in a small pond than the smallest fish in a big pond!
typo56
28/6/2018
11:25
Level 2 littered with DMA players whilst MMs are nowhere to be seen... 66p and 72p Tells me shorting is in full force. Not selling.
cantrememberthis2
28/6/2018
10:03
I mean they can see sentiment from 35% no votes and also uptake to rights as they are Brokers/Instutions of course IMO. I'm content this will come good. Big rights issue to their market cap and could be propelled to FTSE 250 next quarter now that would mean 100p ;)
cantrememberthis2
28/6/2018
09:55
Underwriting means they'll guarantee to pick them up, should the rights fail and ITE fail below 56.2p. Otherwise I don't see them needing to buy. What do you mean about the brokers and hedgies seeing the nil paids and getting them for next to nothing? Thought we could all see the nil paids (ITEN) and they currently trading at about 12p, as you'd expect. Obviously they should track about 56.2p below ITE.
typo56
28/6/2018
09:41
No problem. Underwritten means they'll take them up...seen POG got to 5p OB go to 2p and both bounced hard... They rinsed the PIs out and marched upwards. We are close IMO to a low. The broker probably very happy to take the nil pairs at next to nothing. They've done their due diligence and believe 56.2p is VERY cheap IMO.
cantrememberthis2
28/6/2018
09:12
Do underwriters pick up anything unless ITE falls below 56.2p? ie no-one in their right mind would be taking up rights when they could buy ITE cheaper in market and nil-paids worthless. I doubt they'll go that low, but all it takes is a Trump tweat or two!
typo56
28/6/2018
08:41
I've had email comma from board last night and today. They are closely monitoring share price. They are unable to comment during rights issue subscriw period. Its being shorted regardless of sells... This will lift as nothing goes down in a straight line. Underwriters will pick these up cheaply as the nil pairs are getting worth less... Seen this way too often. I've been adding.
cantrememberthis2
28/6/2018
08:29
Wow, at this rate it could fail and end up with the underwriters. I doubt it.
typo56
28/6/2018
08:08
Now 69p, tempted to buy but this just keeps tanking.
eastbourne1982
27/6/2018
20:26
Share Price has been shorted IMO by the 35% who voted deal down. Spite their own face then. Idiots. Trading under TERP is not uncomomon... as if brokers and hedgies cant see the nil paids.... course they can IMO. Being shorted...as was Capita, PFG, etc etc. Ill keep adding. £62.5m projected profit with a little premium here is 100p.
cantrememberthis2
27/6/2018
19:20
I'm not sure they massively overpaid for Ascential; its a very cash generative business with no / little capex. I do think that paying with equity at 56p did massively undervalue the existing business by a factor of at least 2.5.
topvest
27/6/2018
17:23
Terp was 87p You are right about todays price. I can only deduce people arent taking up the rights, shorts and brokers can see the uptake and PLAYING on THIS via shorting. HOWEVER it is fully underwritten and an under subscribed Rights Issue means nothing these day. Oversold on shorting as AT trades hit every buy and whacked down using 200-700 shares. So I'm confident adding and accumulating under Terp. I care not they paid too little or too much. CEO is ex boss of said acquisition.... So I suspect overpaid no... Fair price if he can accelerate growth. 145p to 103p that is a shorting FRENZY IMO i.e. 87.1p to 73.2p, 19% drop on SMALL volumes says it all. Again - being played hence buying in the background.
cantrememberthis2
27/6/2018
16:24
Its shorts and hedgies driving it to scare pis not take up rights. I've bought more.... Fully underwritten and seen this all before.
cantrememberthis2
27/6/2018
15:55
I think it is informative to relate the current price back to the equivalent value cum-rights as it gives you an idea of how successful, or otherwise, the rights have been. If my sums are correct, the cum-rights price equivalent is 2.75*Ex-rights price - 98.35 From close today of 73.2p that means an equivalent cum-rights price of 102.95p. Last week people were paying as much as 145p. That's some clonk in value.
typo56
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