Share Name Share Symbol Market Type Share ISIN Share Description
K3 Capital Group Plc LSE:K3C London Ordinary Share GB00BF1HPD20 ORD 1P
  Price Change % Change Share Price Shares Traded Last Trade
  0.00 0.0% 147.50 30,758 08:00:00
Bid Price Offer Price High Price Low Price Open Price
144.00 151.00 147.50 147.50 147.50
Industry Sector Turnover (m) Profit (m) EPS - Basic PE Ratio Market Cap (m)
Nonequity Investment Instruments 14.99 6.44 12.00 12.3 101
Last Trade Time Trade Type Trade Size Trade Price Currency
16:16:44 O 1,000 145.155 GBX

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K3 Capital Daily Update: K3 Capital Group Plc is listed in the Nonequity Investment Instruments sector of the London Stock Exchange with ticker K3C. The last closing price for K3 Capital was 147.50p.
K3 Capital Group Plc has a 4 week average price of 140p and a 12 week average price of 137.50p.
The 1 year high share price is 292p while the 1 year low share price is currently 117.50p.
There are currently 68,549,055 shares in issue and the average daily traded volume is 31,836 shares. The market capitalisation of K3 Capital Group Plc is £101,109,856.13.
clanger66: Just watched the management results presentation on I've been a shareholder for a while and equally frustrated by the lack of performance however I feel much better about my holding after watching todays presentation. If the company succeeds with the integration of the two recent acquisitions it should iron out the cyclical nature of the business and offers fantastic opportunities to cross sell.I wonder if there is an overhang of stock left from the recent 150 pence placing as every time the price pops up its sold straight back down. Maybe Finncap did not place all the stock or it went to fast money accounts who didn't really want it. I'm struggling to think of any other reason for the poor stock performance.
czar: This is proving a total dog, I don't understand it, the fundamentals make it dirt cheap on PE and yield but for some reason investors want out at any price. Weird???
johndoe23: Not invested but has caught my interest off the back of Robbie Burns investing. 20 x next year's earnings would imply a share price of 256p, so considerable upside potential here
czar: I thought they would fly on the back of this. What an amazing deal and the brokers 300p price target looks way too low imho.
zangdook: "and the issue of 4,492,667 Ordinary Shares (being £6.74 million at an issue price of 1.50 pence)" 1.50 pence eejuts
scubadiverr: People are selling because M&A activity is at record lows. While the current situation is likely to create forced sellers, they are not going to help K3C. Why do you think the only acquisition is good? Personally, I don't see much synergy or know anything of fit with the current business, nor its likely margins or growth prospects. It looked a desperate move to show it isn't a one trick pony in a circus that will be closed for sometime.If you want future exposure to M&A, RBGP seems a much better all-round business
toffeeman: Why would you sell a company in the current climate? You would wait until the post-Covid recovery was well established, unless you were a forced seller and K3C would not want to be associated with that scenario. Surely very significant drop in business and some retrenchment?
scubadiverr: Yes, volumes at lowest in 8 years. Diversified players in a better position than those relied solely upon M&A activity. K3C obviously know this and why the recent equity raise for acquisition. Even with diversification short-term looks bleak, especially with so much competition in the market
robow: from Citywire this morning Shares the pros arebuying K3 Capital Group (K3C) Who’s trading? Gervais Williams and Martin Turner The trade: The Premier Miton small cap duo have upped their stake in business sale and brokerage company K3 Capital Group from 13.6% of the shares to 14.1%. How the shares have performed: Shares have been volatile after hitting a three-year low of 123p in April, recovering to Friday’s 150p, but still well off an all-time high of 395p reached in April 2018. What does the company say? The group completed a £30m fundraising round at the end of June, allowing it to complete the acquisition of tax firm Randd, as well as strengthening its balance sheet. It undertook a number of measures to mitigate against the financial impact of Covid-19, reducing its overheads by 70%, implementing executive salary sacrifices and furloughing a ‘portion of the workforce’. What’s the outlook? The group says it is in a ‘strong position’ to make further acquisitions and that it has eyed up a number of ‘very attractive’ targets. Prior to the fundraising round the group said it had £7m in reserves and no debt or gearing on the balance sheet.
jonwig: gre - the FCA has been lobbying for PIs to get more participation in fundraisings, and investment banks have been told to insist on participation. The inability to go into an ISA will probably be ironed out before too long. Having a short time to decide puts PIs on the same footing as instis. I think the main attraction is if you're a shareholder already so don't need to do a lot of research. That rules me out of the K3C offer. EDIT - plus the fact that the 150p is looking a bit less attractive than it did before 8am!
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