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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
  -1.95 -1.53% 125.50 125.25 125.35 129.90 124.80 128.55 10,455,589 16:35:22
Industry Sector Turnover (m) Profit (m) EPS - Basic PE Ratio Market Cap (m)
Media 2,781.0 325.0 7.1 17.7 5,052

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DateSubjectAuthorDiscuss
07/4/2021
11:12
Hades That is a GS play I have seen them do that countless times. It can also work well in the auction but it does send a "Stop Here" message
marksp2011
07/4/2021
10:33
Strange someone has put a 513091 order on the sell side at 126p? - L2 Very odd - Someone wanting to prevent it spiking up or just wants to disguise the book?
hades1
06/4/2021
20:54
Exactly.....that's why I do the opposite to what they say they are doing....you tend to be on the right side of the fence then
gozo
06/4/2021
18:15
Goldman Sachs aren't known for their dynamic share recs, they are interested only in Goldman Sachs. A company steeped in greed and corruption, awful bunch of parasites.
bobdiamond1
06/4/2021
15:06
I actually take a change of stance from buy to neutral or buy to sell as my own buy signal lol. It's worked today....so far!
gozo
06/4/2021
14:55
Most of brokers targets don't often make sense :)
poikka
06/4/2021
11:38
Is that crazy? You cut itv from buy to neutral BUT increase the target price from 118p to 135p. Doesn’t seem to make sense.
sharebuddy1
06/4/2021
10:47
GOLDMAN CUTS ITV TO 'NEUTRAL' ('BUY') - TARGET 135 (118) PENCE
nige co
06/4/2021
10:33
A broker has reduced its opinion to Hold from Buy with a 135p target.
poikka
06/4/2021
10:22
Disappointing start today considering the ADR's went up 2.48% yesterday. ITV currently up 0.25% or 0.30p @ 122.10p.
nige co
05/4/2021
16:53
I'd add that, if ITV reckon that a bid's on the horizon, they might start talking about hefty divis.
poikka
05/4/2021
16:44
"a big player won't worry about offering 250p/300p a share on a paper deal" Why on earth would any 'big player' want to offer over twice the present sp, unless, of course, they waited until the share price was a damn sight higher before bidding. Atm, 160-170p would get it- a 30% hike on its present sp, and roughly where it was 3 years ago. I'd love to be offered 250/300, but can't see that. As of now, I'm here because I reckon it's got a bit further to go on fundamentals, say 150p within 6 months; so, assuming I'm about right on that, anyone bidding had better get their skates on.
poikka
05/4/2021
11:15
Sky only had to sell their stake due to the Murdoch shareholding in Sky - given his dominance in the UK News Print market. Also remember Sky never intended to make a full bid for ITV. It was purely a move to block NTL/Telewest from bidding for ITV in late 2007. Sky’s (then BSkyB) move was successful. But I think it’s very unlikely Comcast (a US cable operator) the current owners of Sky would bid for ITV but I can’t see any regulatory obstacles except perhaps dominance in the TV advertising market - But I am sure that could be overcome especially given the rise in competition from Facebook/You Tube etc. But I think a bid from Comcast is extremely unlikely at this point anyway. There are a lot more obvious bidders.
hades1
05/4/2021
10:17
With Sky being turned down previously for ITV I would agree. I never considered Sky as a potential partner. My money would still be on Liberty Global who have recently recalled their 9.9% shareholding and now have a far lower average price thanks to Goldman Sachs working their manipulation magic. I don't see a problem also with Netflix or Disney.
nige co
05/4/2021
09:56
obviously sky wouldnt be allowed to buy itv, so there is your first brush with regulation...
stansmith3
05/4/2021
09:51
Marksp, I respect your comments but why would there be regulatory issues with an ITV takeover? I also like your comment regarding splitting up ITV to release value.
nige co
04/4/2021
14:28
Fair value 144p. Https://simplywall.st/stocks/gb/media/lse-itv/itv-shares
nige co
04/4/2021
14:02
...LG would likely use the loss making UK registered Virgin Media as the vehicle - makes sense especially given tax savings.
hades1
04/4/2021
14:00
Correct, legally there is nothing to stop foreign takeover.
hades1
04/4/2021
13:17
Net...."ITV will not be allowed to go into overseas hands but I could see a merger with BT as a long shot possibility." On what grounds Net would ITV not be able to be taken over by a foreign company? I don't see there being any problem. Regarding BT merging with ITV, BT carries far too much debt £17billion to be able to afford ITV, not forgetting BT's fibre build costing £12 billion. I don't see that happening anytime soon, I wish it would I own both.
nige co
04/4/2021
12:36
ITV will not be allowed to go into overseas hands but I could see a merger with BT as a long shot possibility. Good for both companies. BT needs more content to compete with SKY. BT + ITV = A bit better than Sky BT without ITV = a bit worse than Sky
netcurtains
04/4/2021
12:19
morti you speak more sense than most on here imminent takeover of itv has been on the cards for more than a decade, cant see it myself speculators just want their out asap, itv slowly rising to 250 over ten years plus ten years dividends totalling say 75p represents a far better outcome...
stansmith3
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