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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
  -8.30 -7.1% 108.60 108.55 108.70 111.95 108.55 111.80 16,632,416 16:35:21
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Media 2,781.0 325.0 7.1 15.3 4,372

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17/10/2021
08:33
No worries
hades1
17/10/2021
08:27
Hades... "Nige you have a point but you are rather missing the larger picture. This isn’t primarily event driven advertising growth - there are no events until the autumn world cup but we have double digit growth now." Hades, yes I understand your point, I was just pointing out that the World Cup will be later in the year compared to the usual Summer tournament. Yes the World Cup should give an extra advertising boost for ITV it usually does, let's hope that the advertising holds up.
nige co
16/10/2021
22:03
Who are they selling to? - the right or left hand? Just stamp duty to pay. There is no spread with an algorithm and DMA. Just a thought.
hades1
16/10/2021
20:48
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zaxarobal
16/10/2021
17:53
Nige you have a point but you are rather missing the larger picture. This isn’t primarily event driven advertising growth - there are no events until the autumn world cup but we have double digit growth now. Good luck with BT. I have decided to possibly reduce my position again or close it altogether for the time being - too risky for me until it touches bottom. But happy to be wrong. Adam Crozier starts at BT on 1st Nov. - that’s good. Now back to ITV - Apologies
hades1
16/10/2021
17:49
Hades, the 2022 World Cup in Qatar starts on 21 November. Moved from the usual Summer because of the temperatures.
nige co
16/10/2021
17:05
Well they have until 9th November. Results on 10th and they will be stellar. News will start to leak as anyone working in Media/Advertising will be now be aware of the staggering resurgence in TV Advertising - Today it’s called traditional and digital AV advertising. Carolyn was sceptical about the longevity of post lockdown boom but she was very wrong. It’s actually grown considerably stronger since the the Cambridge TV Conference in Sept and is certainly continuing well into 2022. Don’t forget we also have the World Cup in Autumn 2022 to add to growth. The new spending boom is being driven by Television (Traditional & Digital AV) and Digital. I suspect this is in part driven by increased margins generated by increased consumer demand and the acceptance of reduced discounting. As a consequence companies are using the opportunity to grow their brand strength through advertising - AV advertising is the way to build big brands.
hades1
16/10/2021
15:26
Not sure I buy into your logic anymore than the speculation?Its very unclear either way.
hades1
16/10/2021
14:31
logic defeats speculation in this case
stansmith3
16/10/2021
14:27
Speculation always surrounds an unexplained and irrational price fall for obvious reasons.
hades1
16/10/2021
13:30
Speculative post after speculative post.If manipulation is going on to suppress the share price, then it is providing a wonderful opportunity to collect shares at bargain prices.The fact is there is enough supply to meet demand at the lowly price of 104p. No one is calling the bluff of the so called manipulators by buying all their shares off them.That tells everything you need to know.
stansmith3
16/10/2021
11:42
All that is very possible but sadly impossible to verify - as far as I know anyway.
hades1
16/10/2021
10:49
hades, jacko..thanks for the link. On reading the piece from the Motley Fool I would bet you that the share price won't rise, it isn't meant to. The reason it will do nothing is IMO because it is under the control of at least one or more powerful Market maker manipulation. All the signs are in front of us. It is a fact that very few investors are selling their ITV shares. There is no float to speak about, it's easy for them. IMO someone (not Liberty) is building a stake and they are of the opinion next month's report is going to be bullish, whoever it is, knows that a good report will put 10% on the share price and now is the only time they can pick up shares on the cheap.
stewart19
16/10/2021
10:20
Try this: Https://www.fool.co.uk/2021/10/16/the-ftse-100-soars-to-19-month-peaks-2-cheap-footsie-shares-id-buy-today/
jacko07
16/10/2021
10:01
Just outhttps://www.fool.co.uk/2021/10/16/the-ftse-100-soars-to-19-month-peaks-2-cheap-footsie-shares-id-buy-today/
hades1
15/10/2021
18:46
Yep, BT broadband is expensive compared to others, I was paying £29 pm when they put mine up to £42 a month, I tried to have a deal but their est offer was £33pm. Just shopped around and went with NOW TV at £22.99 including landline calls 24/7. The service from NOW is good, so unless they start raising their price I will stick with them.
slater5
15/10/2021
16:00
YES BT recovered well but it was rather over sold. The real test for BT will be next week and beyond. I own it but it’s also my biggest worry - at least short term anyway. I sold the majority of my position in mid 160s but sadly bought back in low 150s - caught the falling knife too early. Will sell if it falls back through high 130s. Could quite possibly go back to the 120s next month as the whole sector is so unloved globally. Let’s hope I am wrong. No more discussion on BT - apologies. However I am considerably more confident that we will see ITV bounce back before their results in early Nov.
hades1
15/10/2021
15:39
BT closed only down 0.30p. ITV up 0.05p
nige co
15/10/2021
15:21
I disagree. Channel 4 (they represent BT Sport) have to sell BT Sport ad space at rock bottom prices - much lower than Sky Sport airtime. Even with that income BT lose money. It's a waste of their resources as it no longer drives broadband uptake.
hades1
15/10/2021
15:15
I think that it was a loss leader, but now making a small profit I believe. BT will be cross selling and advertising through BT Sport, so maybe better off keeping it than selling at such a low valuation.
nige co
15/10/2021
15:10
Why do you think that? It loses money. It's a loss leader to drive BT Broadband up take - Now it does not even do that! At the very least BT will have to write-off the initial setup investment. BT will also close BT TV in my view.
hades1
15/10/2021
15:07
I must admit that I estimated that BT Sport was worth a lot more than the press speculation of just £800m - £1bn. At this price maybe BT would be better off keeping it.
nige co
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