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Learning Technologies Group Plc

1.90 (1.88%)
Share Name Share Symbol Market Type Share ISIN Share Description
Learning Technologies Group Plc LSE:LTG London Ordinary Share GB00B4T7HX10 ORD 0.375P
  Price Change % Change Share Price Shares Traded Last Trade
  1.90 1.88% 102.90 1,718,078 16:35:12
Bid Price Offer Price High Price Low Price Open Price
102.80 103.20 103.20 99.75 101.40
Industry Sector Turnover (m) Profit (m) EPS - Basic PE Ratio Market Cap (m)
Real Estate Agents & Mgrs 596.90 30.41 3.80 - 812.73
Last Trade Time Trade Type Trade Size Trade Price Currency
16:40:39 O 1,499 102.90 GBX

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Date Time Title Posts
22/5/202316:39Learning Technologies Group PLC 2,862
19/12/201413:10Joanne Hart gives this small online company the Midas touch...-
10/2/201414:21LTG TECHNOLOGIES TO LEAP 100%?99
27/11/200617:33LTG charts and news34
01/5/200316:36LTG TECHOLOGIES share for 200225

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Posted at 19/5/2023 19:45 by davidosh
LTG need to return to Mello for the annual conference as investors were able to engage with them there about seven years ago but they have gone quiet....

It is next week and 40 companies coming


Posted at 19/5/2023 11:45 by hazl
It's likely the AI trend that is hurting us and the sector .
But, come the time, when either LTG uses the technology, or they miss the real human contribution, then the fight back will ensue.

Speculation but we will find out in time.

Posted at 16/5/2023 19:40 by 21ant
I think there are macro impacts on this share as most seem to be suffering, certainly all mine are regardless of sector. The US debt issue seems to be the most urgent but the markets don't feel happy in general at the moment.
Makes this a good share to buy at low levels as when things improve it should rise fairly quickly I would hope.

Posted at 16/5/2023 14:45 by cyberian
Share price collapse rather confusing after recent CEO statement...a bit worrying as some large delayed trades observed over the last few days. Any sensible thoughts/comment?

Just had a sudden thought and that is that there is much concern over the US Debt ceiling issue with Republicans in Congress playing hard ball and Biden abroad with G7 meetings etc. for a few days is not helping.

Posted at 27/4/2023 08:51 by cyberian
GS are the co-joint broker for LTG....what is the downgrade from and any price target? Not much volume/activity so far this morning.
Posted at 26/4/2023 14:33 by cyberian
Was that a Brokers forecast as I see that the Board had an analysts meeting this morning at 9.00am, with some apparently large contracts in advanced stage I would be surprised at any EPS fall. The forward comments that they expected margins to improve...oh well, just have to see how things develop in the US. On refection I do think that the FED and others with influence will make sure that their economy retains some stability...political forces will also be at play to avoid a recession. The sector LTG is engaged in remains more favourable with good growth expectations going forward. Hopefully the Board may release details and timing of these new contracts in advanced negotiations.
Posted at 26/4/2023 09:33 by faz
Market is trigger happy as its on the cusp between bear and bull. Wont stray from that for a while - tHe Dow could tumble heavily if there is a recession, or push on if not. But now? Anyyway they have a strong strategy that will see LTG grow this year and next imho
Posted at 16/1/2023 22:04 by aimingupward2
I think the forthcoming trading statement will be rather more than just ‘reasonably positive’. It is more likely to be ‘definitely217; or ‘very’ positive, without being wildly so. How the share price responds in the short term is another matter.
Posted at 13/10/2022 09:29 by jeffian
Well it reads well but I can't help thinking there's a touch of Liz Truss there. Saying "We're going for growth" is one thing, achieving it is something else!

(Having said that, in case JS is 'listening', LTG represents a significant part of my portfolio and I will continue to hold and add as appropriate. I came to this share via the Brode connection (RWS, also a large holding) and both companies have consistently performed or over-delivered in terms of profits, cash generation and dividends. These are the levers directly controlled by management; the share price is set by the market for all sorts of external reasons beyond their control. Keep those KPI's going in the right direction and the share price will surely follow over time.

Posted at 22/9/2022 21:09 by rambutan2
In his own words:

Jonathan Satchell, Chief Executive Officer of Learning Technologies Group, said:

"The strong performance is a reflection of LTG's strategy in action. I am excited to see the positive impact that GP Strategies is already having, and I am delighted with the improving EBIT margin and sustained organic revenue growth in the business.

We remain confident in LTG's resilience as we continue to deliver growth despite the wider macro environment. LTG is in a strong position as more organisations focus on recruiting, training, motivating, and retaining the best talent. I look forward to conveying more detail about the enhanced capabilities of LTG at our Capital Markets Day on 13(th) October."

And debt/cash:

We have a strong track record of cash generation and this remains a priority for us with cash generated from operations of GBP26.8 million (2021: GBP19.9 million). Cash conversion of 60% included a normal cyclical H1 working capital investment in GP Strategies masking a 98% cash conversion in the remaining business. This working capital investment is expected to partially reverse in H2 and full year cash conversion is expected to be in the normal mid-80% range.

Net debt was GBP145.3 million at 30 June 2022 (31 December 2021: GBP141.4 million), excluding GBP21.4 million (31 December 2021: GBP21.8 million) of lease liabilities. Gross cash as at 16 September was GBP83.3 million. The covenant net debt/adjusted EBITDA ratio was 1.5 times (31 December 2021: 1.8x). We remain confident in achieving our target of deleveraging during the year with a covenant basis net debt/adjusted EBITDA of circa 1.0x by 31 December 2022, excluding the impact of any potential acquisition or further strengthening of the US dollar.

The link works:

LTG will host an analyst and investor webcast at 09:00 today, Thursday 22 September 2022. The registration link can be found below:


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