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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
  -1.00p -0.46% 216.50p 216.80p 217.00p 219.00p 216.50p 217.20p 13,111,963 16:35:01
Industry Sector Turnover (m) Profit (m) EPS - Basic PE Ratio Market Cap (m)
Media 3,064.0 553.0 11.2 19.3 8,715.01

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ITV Daily Update: ITV Plc is listed in the Media sector of the London Stock Exchange with ticker ITV. The last closing price for ITV was 217.50p.
ITV Plc has a 4 week average price of 207.60p and a 12 week average price of 200p.
The 1 year high share price is 237.40p while the 1 year low share price is currently 141p.
There are currently 4,025,409,194 shares in issue and the average daily traded volume is 13,123,424 shares. The market capitalisation of ITV Plc is £8,715,010,905.01.
srpactive: The chart just shows how itv share price is being held back, three months of trading between 200p and 211p. One thing imho it does prove is the company that everyone is assisting will only want to pay around 275p for itv. Ironically that is the figure LM quoted, strange that is'nt it? dyor
mj19: Telly timeThe dark winter nights are peak time for broadcasters as more of us sit in front of the goggle box rather than brave the cold outdoors. Let's hope this is good news for ITV(LSE: ITV), which has hardly been compulsive viewing lately. After seven years of unmissable growth, investors have been turning off in droves, with its share price falling 33% over the past 12 months.Brexit was a blow but you can't blame it for everything, ITV's share price was already in steady decline, falling almost a quarter between the start of the year and the referendum on 23 June, largely due to fears of slowing advertising sales. This overlooked that fact that the group posted a healthy double-digit rise in Q1 sales. Half-year results were also healthy, with an 11% rise in external revenue to £1.5bn, which included a 31% rise in ITV Studios total revenue to £651m. However, net advertising revenue was flat at £838m.Future programmingAs the UK economy continues to shrug off Brexit fears, ITV may be stronger than the market thinks. Chief executive Adam Crozier has done a decent job of diversifying the business, with ITV Studios bringing in new revenues from original programming, boosting overseas earnings and easing the reliance on advertising. He has also strengthened the balance sheet and cut net debt.Trading on a forecast valuation of 10.4 times earnings with a yield of 4.3%, ITV looks tempting for those who still think there's life in the UK economy next year. But with earnings per share forecast to be flat this year and next, you may have to wait a while for the share price to spring forwards.
mj19: Screen starBut the retailer isn't the only FTSE 100 stock in danger of enduring further share price weakness. Indeed, I reckon the negative impact of June's referendum on advertising budgets also leaves ITV (LSE: ITV) in danger of fresh share price weakness - the business has already lost 40% of its value in the year to date.Having said that, ITV's long-term earnings outlook is much more robust than that of Dixons Carphone, in my opinion. And I reckon now represents a great time to latch onto the broadcasting behemoth.Earnings are expected to more-or-less flatline through to the close of 2017. Still, current forecasts create P/E ratings of just 10 times and 10.1 times for 2016 and 2017, respectively. And dividend yields of 4.5% for this year and 5% for 2017 crush the FTSE 100 average yield of 3.5%.Despite the impact of moderating advertiser appetite, I think ITV's long-term investment case remains robust. Revenues from the firm's ITV Studios production arm continue to sing - these exploded 31% during January-June, to £651m - and international expansion promises to keep sales on an upward keel.And I am backing ITV's ability to consistently outperform the wider television advertising market to stop earnings falling off a cliff in the medium term. I reckon the company's proven expertise across media channels gives plenty of reason for investors to remain optimistic.
mikeran: oversold and manipulated by the US computers my view. ITV share price down but it’s still a ‘top pick’ Shares in ITV (ITV) may have fallen last week after the referendum vote was announced but nothing has changed in the fundamentals of the broadcaster. Liberum analyst Ian Whittaker reiterated his ‘buy’ recommendation and target of 375p on the stock. The shares were trading at 166.8p yesterday, down 28.9% since the referendum result was announced. ‘ITV’s share price fell c.20% on Friday post-the Brexit vote,’ he said. ‘Yet nothing has changes with the fundamentals and, even if we did assume an advertising decline of post-Lehman’s proportions, ITV would still look cheap with a very attractive dividend yield. ‘The decline in the share price and the fall in sterling also potentially increases the chances of mergers and acquisition activity. Reiterate as a top pick.’
amaretto1: im alright jack farmai !! Not even a shareholder, till recently.... I thought u were actually on ITV board of directors, with your moral high ground approach to every one !! U r just constantly wrong........... ITV share price performance is a absolute basket case over the last 2 years!! And the above is fact ...
farmai: I am interested in his views Boix but they are completely opposite to mine both on Europe, the market and ITV share price. I enjoy his posts because they help me test my conviction. Not remotely worried about ITV. The pain in this company was taken in January and February, The performance since has just been noise. With the dividend we are at 220p, so its really just a 5% drop since mid March, which in understandable to a degree given the deterioration in April. But right now I am very happy with the shares and expect a Q3 recovery in business trends. Its nice to see the volatility disappear but maybe thats just a Monday thing ! I dimply recall them being up last Monday before getting wrecked.
soundbuy: UBS Event: Weak TV NAR Q116 trading update and soft H1 outlook ITV Q116 revenues grew 14% to £755m driven by ITV Studios +44% to £322m (driven by M&A, organic +2%) as NAR fell -0.5% to £433m. Non-Broadcast revenue grew +11.6% with consumption up +22%. ITV Family SOV improved +20bps to 21.2% with ITV1 SOV +50bps to 15.3%. ITV Family SOCI however fell -70bps to 34.4% despite better ratings underpinned by BBC losses, a better Formats performance, and bringforward of drama (Midsummer Murders) despite key soaps posting continued declines. ITV has guided for flat H116 TV NAR implying flat Q216 growth which is soft in the context of the Euros in June 10th to July 10th and weak comps pcp (Q215 -0.5%). ITV Studios is expected to grow FY16 revenue and profits by double digits (UBS +12%/10%). Impact: Adjusted EPS cut by 5-12% in FY16-19E Post Q116 we cut FY16-19E EPS by 5-12%. Downgrades stem from a weaker TV NAR. We now expect FY16 TV NAR to grow +1% from +4% previously and +1% in 2017 from +2%. Post 2018 we think TV NAR will struggle to grow as linear audience fragmentation offsets underlying CPM inflation. Our 2016 forecasts assume a Q416 recovery (+3%) but this could be at risk depending on the macro environment in H216. Our revised forecasts see ITV deliver an adjusted FY15-19E EPS CAGR of only 1% with growth primarily driven by ITV Studios. Broadcast EBITA is forecast to grow less than 1%. Action: Sell Maintained despite a 17% share price fall ytd On lower earnings, ITV trades on 16.8x FY16E P/FCF and 13.8x FY16E EV/EBIT, a premium to International peers (10x). With EPS set to slow with a softer TV NAR outlook, EPS should increasingly become dependent on Studios execution and potential M&A. Studios momentum is positive but we remain concerned over the long-term appeal of non-scripted and the associated cost to build a scripted model in an increasingly competitive environment. Moreover, SOV and SOCI are at deflated levels. Improving programming ROI is likely to be challenging and take time and investment to recover. Valuation: Cut to £1.95 DCF-based target price We cut our DCF price target to £1.95 from £2.30. Broadcast and Online are valued at an implied 9.2x FY16E EBITA and account for 72% of our EV. Studios are valued at an implied 12x FY16E EBITA adjusting for £303m in future commitments. Credit Suisse. ■ Q1 revenues ~6% ahead; Studios very strong, NAR in line: ITV’s brief Q1 IMS ahead of the AGM today reported revenues approximately 6% ahead of consensus driven by a strong beat in Studios. NAR growth was -0.5%, broadly in line with consensus and guidance of “flat”. ■ Q2 outlook muted as expected: ITV expects Q2 NAR to be flat (cons 1% to 2%), with April -13%, May 0%, and June +15% (driven by Euro2016) due to uncertainty surrounding the referendum. ■ Buyers lower forecasts again: Feedback from a large buyer this week suggests 2016 NAR will now be 1.6%, from 2.9% in our last survey. We lower our 16E NAR forecast to 1.2% from 2.9%. Despite significant revisions in 2016 we still think buyers’ expectations are generally accurate, but believe there is a decline in their reliability when forecasting one-off “shocks” to the ad market (i.e. EU referendum, UK general election, FIFA World Cup). ■ Audience share in first 17 weeks continues to grow: Encouragingly ITV core channel grew SOV +3% while SOCI was flat. ITV Family SOV grew +1%, SOCI fell -2%. This should moderate structural concerns that ongoing SOV declines will lead to ITV ad share declines. ■ Good expected H1 profit growth despite NAR concerns: Despite softer NAR and H1 loaded production costs, ITV expect “good profit growth” in H1 (CSe 2%) driven by Studios as well as Online, Pay and Interactive. ■ Valuation, TP lowered to 255p from 270p: ITV is trading on 9.6x 16E EV/EBITDA, 12.6x 16E P/E (-15% and -35% discount EU Media ex internet) and 7.4% 16E FCFY. We believe concerns around ITV are cyclical and attempts to attach a structural rationale are misplaced. ITV’s attractive content business and potential for future cash returns (CSe 16E leverage, 0.5x) creates an attractive long-term investment case, in our view.
boix: Liberty behind the recent ITV share price weakness? Or at least take advantage of it?Their results are tomorrow.
hjs: for the next few weeks,itv share price will move up or down not on fundamentals, but on the Brexit polls... itv is a very sound company.
katie priceless: The ITV share price isn't taking that view today
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