Share Name Share Symbol Market Type Share ISIN Share Description
ITV Plc LSE:ITV London Ordinary Share GB0033986497 ORD 10P
  Price Change % Change Share Price Bid Price Offer Price High Price Low Price Open Price Shares Traded Last Trade
  +0.00p +0.00% 150.50p 150.30p 150.40p - - - 0 06:33:37
Industry Sector Turnover (m) Profit (m) EPS - Basic PE Ratio Market Cap (m)
Media 3,064.0 553.0 11.2 13.4 6,058.24

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19/11/2017
12:17
tlobs2 post 6413 - not my style to call posters names unlike you - must have made full contact with that raw nerve. Re property, yes they are going down, hence why we are waiting to add. not off laoding and buying and selling costs loads of money, plus we are getting good yeilds, fact. re itv, i'm always clear re my stance ie not invested in any share price at the mo but watch itv for a poss quick kill - coming near to my predicted prices and was tempeted last week but feel it will go lower, if not, then i've not lost/gained anything. i stand by the fact that itv's viewing figures are being diluted and will contiune to do so as people rarely watch itv epecially with adverts as they go on-line, ondemand, or watch the millions of other things going on or just go out more often and many work so just catch up on the news/bbc/sky and watch the odd on demand tv show and bed and then work there was a clown here that talked about 2moving averages of 220p" several months ago. However,I'm no expert like your fav brokers Liberum, so the choice is yours DYOR ATB and that is to you as well as i don't hold grudges or name call. Regards C7 ps - sunday paers, what are they saying> pps - some very positive news, pls advise the share price to lisent to this===== (((broker note on ITV PLC By StockMarketWire | Mon, 25th September 2017 - 07:40 Liberum Capital today reaffirms its buy investment rating on ITV PLC (LON:ITV) and raised its price target to 330p (from 320p).)))
cautious7
19/11/2017
10:09
Lauders ... I just wanted to provide a more objective opinion on ITV ... there is a great deal of potential in content and online and that seems to be drowned out by concerns over the free to air business ... sentiment weighs over the stock currently, but that can turn on a sixpence.
alex1621
19/11/2017
09:46
alex1621 - I learnt to filter "Cautious" years ago. It is the best option IMO. Agree with what you say re: ITV. It is weak now. Don't think it will be forever. All companies have weak moments. Can't stay strong forever so a buying opportunity in my book. Down 17% on my buy a few years ago but the special dividends along with the normal dividends have still kept me in the blue when factored in. I plan to continue holding.
lauders
18/11/2017
15:16
ITV is not what it was 2/3 yrs ago, fact. It is easier to see the real picture if you are not holding the said shares, fact!! Itv viewing figures on the whole keep on going don, fact. Many, many, many more media outlets for advertisers to turn to than a few yrs ago and importantly, these other media outlets are doing well, fact - eg, netflix, now tv, discovery, radio, steaming/iphones, etc Fact, younger, newer genrations viewing habits do not inc itv on the whole, fact Itv may command a half decent audoence for the odd footy match but that is it. Soaps, viewing figures going don I beleive and most and many are turning to 'on-damd' and skips the adverts or little adverts. BBC on the brink of may be going for adverts via a new channle. Anyways, all shares and property is over prices and look at london, property prices heading south and picking up pace. Share prices have peaked in many cases interest rates up and will go up again Breit, the longer this goes on, the better for people like me that are waiting for the big crash and then may buy another property and some shares - itv is closely watched by me and i have been predicting a 140 and almost there but may not even buy at 140, fact. Anyways, I'm just a humble person, go with the brokers as they have the respucreces to predict the future, lol. As always DYOY, ATB and keep on "topping up at these prices" as you have a 50/50 chance that share price may go north as well as south, lol Best regards C7 ps - i do really find it quiet easy to see the hype in any stocks i watch when i'm not in them - once in them, picture gets very blurry, lol
cautious7
18/11/2017
00:00
So quite how Liberty can claim it’s happy with its ITV investment is beyond me ... Perhaps because they are looking long term rather than days/weeks? Seem like plenty of folk saying ITV is a buy at this level so we may just see a recovery to the 180p area and then 200p over 2018? In the meantime the dividends will hopefully continue (specials too?) while we wait. Here is an excerpt of another recommendation that landed in my in-box: Funnily enough the trading update today has a similar view signing off with a breezy: 'We will enter 2018 in good shape with a strong operating performance underpinned by a robust balance sheet, and we look forward to the arrival of our new CEO, Carolyn McCall, early in the New Year''. I wonder what activist investor Liberty - which is sitting on the shareholder list - think about all this? Either way I see today as a buying opportunity. Authored by Chris Bailey
lauders
17/11/2017
16:06
Dull here, at least it’s stop going down and the divi is half decent. Right back to (PFC), where we have some decent action on takeover rumours.
ny boy
17/11/2017
13:56
I think they are just as likely to sell their holding cyberian especially as they've been hedged - or likely over hedged judging by the volume of calls which have been written - covered and uncovered - so it's not like they've been hurt by the falling and have probably profited from it. If the market doesn't have confidence in durability of ITVs business model why would Liberty Media
raffles the gentleman thug
17/11/2017
12:55
So GS have lent out a further 1.6 million shares to 31.2 million, but increased their combined voting rights by 0.03 to 20.97per cent...so who cares? This has happened since last RNS on 13/11. I guess that Liberty are still holding their last declared position of 9.9 per cent....I can't see how they can hide/hedge this through GS. Surely a bid by Liberty could make some financial benefit but would see them sell-off various bits due to overlap with some Virgin activities, There are more likely bidders with loads of cash that May have more direct synergy, perhaps. The share price is pretty low after acceptable results on Tuesday,but maybe I and others will try to trade a part of our holding if a trading range over next few months looks likely?
cyberian
17/11/2017
11:33
At least the drop was justified today: hTTp://www.sportsbusinessdaily.com/Global/Issues/2017/11/17/Media/Gary-Neville-ITV.aspx
knowing
17/11/2017
08:48
Added a small amount.
essentialinvestor
16/11/2017
20:53
Telegraph has an article today 'tv advertising returns beat online rivals'. I totally ignore all online advertising, to me its equivalent to junk mail through the post.
coxsmn
16/11/2017
17:37
Liberty used GS
hades1
16/11/2017
17:34
Liberty c.235p (185p then increased stake at c.275p) -used initial stake to generate cash it secure second stake. But analysts confirmed to me 235p.
hades1
16/11/2017
15:34
Like watching paint dry, still had a good time over at IQE to make up for the boredom here. Still struggling to break 153p here, I guess it could come at anytime, just a matter of being patient.
ny boy
16/11/2017
12:24
16-Nov-17 Deutsche Hold 180.00 180.00 Reiteration
knowing
16/11/2017
11:35
How much on average did Liberty pay for their shares?
tlobs2
16/11/2017
11:19
I'll start the ball rolling ........
keyno
16/11/2017
11:10
Looks like Malone will only bid for ITV , if someone else does .
katie priceless
16/11/2017
09:00
Commercial broadcasters have renewed their attacks on YouTube and Facebook with a new study highlighting the power of television advertising compared with the tech giants. Research commissioned by Thinkbox, an industry group backed by ITV, Channel 4, Sky and others, found that television advertising generates £4.20 in profit for every £1 spent. That compares with £2.35 for online video and and 84p for online display advertising. Print was the second most efficient advertising medium, adding £2.43 to the bottom line for every £1 spent. The study was carried out and audited independently by marketing analysts at Ebiquity and Gain Theory, based on 2,000 advertising campaigns. Thinkbox said the findings showed that television advertising was under-appreciated by brands. While it accounted for 71pc of profit generated by the campaigns, it received only 54pc of their budgets. Commercial broadcasters are attempting to slow the flow of money online. YouTube and Facebook especially have been targeting television advertisers with some success, although recent controversies over brands appearing alongside inappropriate videos prompted big companies including HSBC and Tesco to stop spending on YouTube. Matt Hill of Thinkbox said: "Businesses are under immense economic pressure and marketers have to justify everything they spend. "It is crucial that we constantly refresh and update our understanding of what different forms of advertising contribute so that marketers are spending wisely." The UK television advertising market is expected to contract by 2.7pc this year before returning to growth in 2018, according to the Advertising Association.
raffles the gentleman thug
16/11/2017
08:49
On this mornings business update email I see tv advertising outstripping online advertising. Regret I deleted the email as I do each day. Anyway telegraph business.
coolhandfluke
16/11/2017
08:35
So quite how Liberty can claim it’s happy with its ITV investment is beyond me ...
raffles the gentleman thug
16/11/2017
08:21
(Bloomberg) -- “We’re prepared if that happens, but that’s not the focus of our time,” Finance Director Ian Griffiths says at the Morgan Stanley TMT Conference in Barcelona, when asked whether John Malone’s Liberty Global might acquire the rest of ITV. * “If Malone wants to buy ITV, the same as anybody else, we’re a public company and the board will do the right thing for the shareholders. Our job is to make the business as strong and as healthy as possible”: Griffiths * Says there is no strategic partnership or preferential relationship between ITV and any of Malone’s companies * NOTE: Liberty Global has a 9.9% stake in ITV
ellemaitch
15/11/2017
23:40
BBC plots £500m debt-fuelled bid for full control of Dave broadcaster UKTV The BBC is manoeuvring towards a £500m bid for full control of UKTV, the broadcaster behind the Dave and Gold channels, in what would be a major expansion into the advertising and pay-TV markets. ......Industry sources said ITV and others could raise concerns over complete BBC ownership of a direct competitor as the advertising market enters a downturn. Sky has also opposed BBC expansion previously. HTTP://www.telegraph.co.uk/business/2017/11/15/bbc-plots-500m-debt-fuelled-bid-full-control-dave-broadcaster/
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