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 Shares Traded Last Trade
  -0.50 -0.79% 62.80 19,722,102 16:35:27
Bid Price Offer Price High Price Low Price Open Price
62.64 62.72 63.84 62.16 62.98
Industry Sector Turnover (m) Profit (m) EPS - Basic PE Ratio Market Cap (m)
Media 3,308.00 530.00 11.80 5.3 2,528
Last Trade Time Trade Type Trade Size Trade Price Currency
17:49:18 O 813,097 62.764 GBX

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08/8/202012:16ITV 2020....investing for the future871
08/8/202011:28ITV - 2014 - The New Programme Makers14,783
07/8/202014:07ITV hoping to buy loads at 30p6
07/8/202014:05ITV on way to 19p5
07/8/202008:36ITV gagging for 240p bid from DISNEY12

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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 63.30p.
Itv Plc has a 4 week average price of 54.20p and a 12 week average price of 54.20p.
The 1 year high share price is 165.90p while the 1 year low share price is currently 50.06p.
There are currently 4,025,409,194 shares in issue and the average daily traded volume is 27,653,049 shares. The market capitalisation of Itv Plc is £2,527,956,973.83.
jacko07: With a healthy 7% rise from 54p in the five previous days, it was good to see ITV put on another few pence after the interim report yesterday. Deutsche Bank on the eve of the interim made it a buy raising their target from 80p to 120p. ITV have had some bad luck and slow management, they were slow to realise that the streamers were taking a large chunk of their advertising. That alone was bad and then Brexit happened and another fall of advertising. In 2019 things got better as advertisers saw that network TV was just as good for business as the big streamers. A nice upcoming dividend and the studios were booked for two years in advance...then bosh the Covid 19 virus struck and it all stopped in it's tracks. Yesterday's interim report was nowhere near as bad as some doomsters were forecasting and Carolyn McCall's comments confirmed that the company, far from a basket case is returning to better times, given the circumstances the report was far better than I expected. It is important to grasp that TV production will not resume until they can get insurance cover for production crews and actors and that won't happen until a vaccine is here. But good news on that front would boost all of your holdings with ITV one of the first off the blocks. All TV and Movie production has to insure the whole shebang and even in normal times it is very expensive. Due to the insurance position, just the news of a breakthrough with a successful vaccination could easily put 20-25% on the ITV share price, the reason being the whole TV production industry is completely at a stop and that is the big spanner in the works. That is fact and you may ask why the Netflix share price just keeps going up, the Mkt Cap has risen $75 billion in a few months. That is the madness of US markets who are awash with Fed funds, their bubble just grows, when will it pop? The money tree can't keep giving as the US debt has climbed to over $20 trillion as they keep feeding the Fed with QE A vaccine would mean that insurers would be able to cover the industry. So to put it in perspective, a vaccine success is vital to all of us long term ITV holders. It will come, just how soon.
nige co: Agreed Corby3, any takeover talk would certainly see a big correction to the very weak ITV share price. Plus any bid could lead to a bun fight, much the same as what happened with SKY. ITV have a lot of content that other big players may want. Are we fooling ourselves or is a bid around the corner? Who knows, I truly hope so. "A management buyout could be an option." This would be one way that the BOD could defend a low ball bid.
poikka: Amidst all the talk about defunding the BBC, better watch out that the BBC isn't given a licence to part-fund itself from advertising, like the pointless Channel Four. That would obviously not be good for the ITV share price, and I wonder if it's partly responsible for the recent share price performance.
ddroz: So, whilst the treatment and vaccine are great things, they do not and will not ever have anything to do with the ITV share price, the share price will go with the flow, unless there are some howlers out there. The true share price movements will be from revenue from selling programmes and trying to hold onto the share of advertising, whilst fighting much cheaper internet advertising.
cautious7: Hi In the recent past all I have seen from the M Fool site is postive after positve comments re ITV. But if you have a brain celll you cann see the facts via the share price. At last, poss they reading my posts lol, they post sensibly and latest from M Fool and I quote re Britbox/etc ===== Quote from link. ""Overall, I think it’s unlikely the ITV share price can double your money. If you’re looking for stocks with multi-bagger potential, there’s plenty of other opportunities out there."" """As ITV falls by the wayside, advertisers are only moving away from the platform. The company is trying to fight back with its own online initiatives, such as the BritBox, the collaboration with the BBC, but I think this could be a bit of a waste of money.""" Link, headline is misleading but only for the easily ld. DYOR
nige co: Https:// Want to get rich and retire early? I suggest taking a look at the ITV share price! We all have ideas on what we want to do in retirement. For some, it is just the luxury of not having to wake up in the morning and head into an office to work. For others, it is a time to finally achieve some long-held dreams – travelling with loved ones, spending quality time with family, even getting better at golf! All are valid choices. Whatever you want to do in retirement, one thing that is for sure is that you will need money to fund your plans. Having a healthy bank account and investment pot will enable you to not only enjoy retirement more, but also to retire earlier. Therefore, it is always a good time to look at potential ideas for what could be a good investment buy. Take a look at ITV (LSE: ITV). What is the story? ITV is a media business, split into two main arms. The first is ITV Studios, which helps to produce programmes. Second is ITV Broadcast, which is the network side of things. ITV makes most revenue from advertising slots, either on TV or from online viewing. The shift towards digital in the UK has not harmed ITV unduly; the company noted in last year’s results that VOD (video on demand) revenue was up 36%. This reflects both the consumer trend away from watching TV, but also that ITV is aware of the trend. Why would I invest? For a start, the business model that ITV runs is tried and tested. You may not see double-digit profit growth year on year, but the business is fundamentally solid for the long run. This is because advertising via media companies is still a vital way for firms to get their message out to the consumer. Different sectors may perform differently and adjust advertising budgets accordingly, but overall the net difference is minimal. For example, last year the travel industry shrunk spending with ITV by 8%. However, the telecommunications industry increased spending by 18%. I think this future-proofs ITV as a whole. The share price has struggled this year, which some have put down to Brexit. External revenue dropped by 7% in the first half of 2019, reflecting the uncertainty of potential operations and trading with partners outside of the UK. Myself, I feel that recent events give rise to the potential of a deal between the UK and the EU, and if this happens, then ITV’s performance could get a boost. What should I watch out for? Well, if you think Brexit is going to go horribly wrong, then I would suggest avoiding the stock. It has international operations but is fundamentally a UK business, and so will be affected by political events. Further, if you believe we are heading into a recession, then firms across the board will cut advertising spending to save on costs, which would hamper the profits of ITV as a result of lost revenue.
nige co: C7...."This Brexit thing once it goes through and if this week, IMHO, a day or so later it may test the 120p and then lower, but the choice is yours!!" C7, Why would you say that. Why would ITV share price fall on us leaving the EU? The pound will strengthen that will help strengthen the ITV share price. On news of a EU deal, I think that ITV price has more chance of seeing 160p than your target of 120p... Time will tell.
nige co: For all those people who said that Brexit had nothing to do with the fall in the ITV share price over the past 3 years..... Well I think with the ITV share price movements over the last week speaks volumes. Brexit uncertainties has played havoc with the ITV share price and many other domestic share prices. With the Brexit end game in sight, we are now having a reality check. Onwards and upwards. 180p Target price within 12 months.
nige co: Considering that the ITV share price was down 6.15p @116.15p this morning with the FTSE100 at this time down approximately 20pts. ITV closed down 3.25p @119.25p with the FTSE100 down 53pts. Decent recovery with buyers stepping in this afternoon. To the disappointment of some on this thread. I will stick with my opinion that we have seen the bottom @102p in the ITV share price. Although, anything is possible with the uncertainties surrounding Brexit. I for one, would be interested in what SR makes of today's developments. No share price goes up in a straight line. I'm also looking forward to the Q3 results next month, with hopefully the release of the Britbox launch date.
nige co: ITV share price: where now after stock falls 30% over last 12 months The British broadcaster has struggled over the last 12 months with its share price losing close to a third of its value, but its stock seems to have stabilised this summer as it looks to diversify its revenue streams. Over the last 12 months, ITV has seen its share price fall by almost 30%, with the prospect of a no-deal eroding businesses willingness to spend, weakening demand for TV advertising and hurting the British broadcaster’s revenues. ITV recorded a 7% decline in total external revenue to £1.48 billion in its half-year results, driven by a 5% slide in advertising sales. Meanwhile, adjusted EBITDA and earnings per share both fell 13% to £327 million and 6.2p a share respectively. ITV shares find support While its stock has lost close to a third of its value over the last 12 months of trading, since May its share price has finally found support, with it not dipping below 104p a share over the summer trading period. Over the last five days, its stock has traded 5% higher sitting at 117p a share as of 15:25 GMT on Thursday, with the broadcaster looking likely perform better over the second half of the year. ITV on track to deliver full-year guidance In its fourth quarter, ITV is set to launch its new streaming service BritBox in the UK, which could provide it with a lucrative new revenue stream if it is able to grab the attention of consumers in an increasingly competitive market. BritBox already has more than 650,000 subscribers in the US. Over the remainder of the year, ITV plans to deliver £20 million in cost savings and remains on track to deliver double-digit online revenue growth. ITV also remains committed to delivering its full-year dividend commitment of at least 8p a share. However, economic and political uncertainty continues to impact demand for advertising, with total advertising forecast to be in a range of -1% to 1% in its third quarter (Q3). ITV will release its Q3 results in November 12.
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