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
  -2.00p -1.14% 173.00p 172.50p 174.00p 176.00p 171.50p 176.00p 185,687 16:35:22
Industry Sector Turnover (m) Profit (m) EPS - Basic PE Ratio Market Cap (m)
Media 134.4 -4.1 -3.6 - 465.85

ITE Share Discussion Threads

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DateSubjectAuthorDiscuss
30/7/2017
08:50
Sunday Times says that ITE is selling Moda, the UK B2B fashion event for £30m. Looks like something may have leaked on Friday! Asagi (long ITE)
asagi
13/7/2017
20:09
Best update for a long time here. Recovery at last?
topvest
16/5/2017
19:27
Yes, it looks a long haul with this one. Looks like a sensible strategy adopted by new management, albeit maybe a tad dull. Think this is still a good value stock if you take a 3 year view. Happy to hold, but not inclined to add any more.
topvest
16/5/2017
15:36
Not great results. Slight optimism but the worst seems to be over for its main market in Russia. However in their other global markets things still look rather bleak for ITE considering there has been something of a boom in global economies over the past 6 months, yet ITE are failing to capitalize on it. The big rise in the Russian rouble has saved these results from looking worse than they already are. At least the cashflow statement looks decent and net debt is starting to fall. So the company is living within its means. But overall recovery still looks a long way off after 3 years of falling revenue eps and PBT.
bend1pa
16/5/2017
07:57
Interesting RNS (Strategy Update) out this morning on ITE Group Plc. Looking to start a 'transformation' programme. This video with the CEO about today's RNS is worth a look... https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=MSEDTggFEQk
baggytrousers
26/1/2017
09:00
Slightly negative RNS, but think we are getting much closer to recovery here. Very happy to hold.
topvest
18/8/2016
13:50
The huge rise in the ruble against £, some 35% since Jan is going to help ITE along nicely considering it still derives most of its trade through Russia. IMO the share price still has a long way to climb despite its volatile recovery since March. If the Russian economy continues to improve we could see another 50% on the share price within a year from now.
bend1pa
12/8/2016
07:11
I think the rise is due to 2 factors: general market strength and Russian economy has bottomed and showing signs of improvement.
topvest
11/8/2016
12:01
ITE have always been undervalued even though they have proved themselves very cash generative through thick and thin in the market. Substantial uplift from currency one factor. Management always been good now significantly strengthened. In the past they generated so much cash they hardly knew what to do with it and regularly bought back their own shares. Looks like they now intend to get the share price back up!
geko5trade
11/8/2016
10:16
So what's this sudden exhuberance and break out due to; 7% up on a market down day?
deadly
12/7/2016
18:45
Yes, think this has probably bottomed out. Currency is now a significant tailwind.
topvest
10/5/2016
15:42
Mark Shashoua profiled in The Times' "City People" section today. Described as one of the best known figures in the business, and as joining ITE with it "in reasonably good shape". The sentence that stands out, however, is this one - "Peel Hunt... suggests the new appointment could be a prelude to ITE being taken private." Something starting with a 2 would be enough to persuade me...
elgordo
09/5/2016
17:52
Yes, the dividend cut was clearly disappointing. Nevertheless it's now out of the way and we can hopefully look forward to a bright future as overall the business is doing OK in difficult market conditions.
topvest
09/5/2016
15:41
For long term holders, the (somewhat unexpected) appointment of Mark Shashoua as CEO will bring back memories of the early days of ITE as a plc. Back to the future? Whilst the dividend cut reflects reduced free cash, I do wonder whether this appointment will herald an acceleration of ITE's M&A activities to diversify away from ex-CIS geographies. As for the analysts - Analysts Investec said the dividend cut was unlikely to be taken well but that it was “more about cover build than a cash ‘crisis’. New CEO appointment looks a net positive.” The advice was to “buy for long-term value with good fundamentals/yield, but near term is still tough with oil price/domestic weakness hitting FX, GDP and Russia/CIS”. Key risks underlined were Ukraine/Russia situation and GDP prospects feeding to ITE events. Numis added in its analysis of the news that ITE Group remained good value at current levels, with a ‘buy’ recommendation.
elgordo
26/4/2016
14:35
ITE interims May 9th
gucci
19/4/2016
13:31
Up over 10%
gucci
19/4/2016
12:26
big bowl to 200p here
gucci
19/4/2016
12:11
interesting trades today
gucci
02/3/2016
15:19
Put the chart the other way up and everyone would be saying a breakout is imminent. Try it ;-)
yump
09/2/2016
08:42
I think this is heading for a significant drop. There, that should send it up.
yump
01/12/2015
10:19
I'll have a few but not yet. I think the combination of Russia, Central Asia and the oil price has yet to play out fully for ITE. The main issue is what rating can it command in the 'weak' year, with weak results and I think 140p is stretching it quite a bit. Its a well run business and they've diversified their business geographically, but its a fight between growth in new areas and double hits in others. The other issue is that they've cleverly been in growth markets previously, which because they were growing have made ITE grow. Diversification makes the business more secure, but also limits growth, except in a global growth phase. Bit like having loads of different shares, rather than a few.
yump
01/12/2015
08:21
Results OK. Tough H1 in prospect, given we are into the normal two year cycle of weaker results for next financial year, but looks like H2 will hopefully be more stable with less onerous comparatives. Hopefully, the like for like deterioration has almost worked its way through. Business will inevitably bounce back at some point. Happy to hold (after doubling up) as this is a quality business and it looks like they are committed to holding the dividend.
topvest
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