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
  4.10 3.38% 125.40 499,642 10:50:19
Bid Price Offer Price High Price Low Price Open Price
124.90 125.90 127.00 119.00 119.00
Industry Sector Turnover (m) Profit (m) EPS - Basic PE Ratio Market Cap (m)
Media 93.89 3.44 0.66 190.0 842
Last Trade Time Trade Type Trade Size Trade Price Currency
10:53:19 O 1,143 125.5869 GBX

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Learning Technologies Daily Update: Learning Technologies Group Plc is listed in the Media sector of the London Stock Exchange with ticker LTG. The last closing price for Learning Technologies was 121.30p.
Learning Technologies Group Plc has a 4 week average price of 106.20p and a 12 week average price of 106.20p.
The 1 year high share price is 174.40p while the 1 year low share price is currently 62.50p.
There are currently 671,532,733 shares in issue and the average daily traded volume is 2,995,245 shares. The market capitalisation of Learning Technologies Group Plc is £842,102,047.18.
christh: Learning Technologies rises 20% on profit upgrade Corporate education group eyes further acquisitions Learning Technologies makes training videos for British Airways cabin crew © Bloomberg The share price of Learning Technologies Group, the Aim-listed corporate education company, rose more than 20% on Monday after saying it will “materially221; beat full-year forecasts. The London-based company said in a trading statement that its first-half revenues are expected to be £62.5m, up 85 per cent year-on-year, and earnings before interest and tax (Ebit) will be no less than £20m, a 125 per cent rise. The group owns several businesses across Europe and the US which provide corporate training, such as making education videos for cabin crews, or developing platforms such as mobile apps for such content. Its clients include British Airways, Shell and Barclays. Jonathan Satchell, chief executive, highlighted the acquisition of PeopleFluent, a Massachusetts-based company offering corporate training software, in May last year. LTG has been on a buying spree in recent years, acquiring companies including NetDimensions in 2017, PeopleFluent in 2018, and Breezy HR in April. “[PeopleFluent] was our biggest acquisition to date and it required a lot of work,” he said. “It had a poorly constructed operating model, with far too much being spent on marketing, so we came in and fixed it.” Mr Satchell said the company continues to consider “a number of very interesting acquisition opportunities” that would “meaningfully enhance the group”. Benjamin May, associate director at Berenberg investment bank, said LTG looked “highly likely” to exceed even its revised, full-year profit forecast of £37m. “Over the years, LTG has shown it can derive growth both organically and from acquisitions.” he said. “If you model through the profit margin LTG is expecting, compared to what the market is expecting, then there’s plenty of room for another upgrade before the end of the year.”
christh: Surely one big pharmaceutical company in UK or Switzerland or US know the DNA of this virus and can develop an antidote fast enough to eradicate it. Ebola was terrifying but you hear nothing anymore about it. Hold your shares tight,do not sell and this will climb up very soon. I look in the horizon and see the share price at 200p. GLA
johnwise: 03/02/2020 7:01am RNS Number : 6580B Learning Technologies Group PLC Holding(s) in Company NOTIFICATION OF MAJOR HOLDINGS Kabouter Management, LLC City and country of registered office Chicago, United States
epicsurf: this side of the Atlantic, Learning Technologies Group is also a tech company feeling the heat from what Woods called the “hedgies”;. The £800m company develops digital training programmes for corporate giants, including cosmetics behemoth L̵7;Oreal and the privatised Royal Mail. It burst onto the market six years ago, when electronic learning firm Epic listed on AIM via a reverse takeover of cash shell In-Deed, before taking over its rival Line Communications in 2014, at the time targeting on growing sales to £50m within three years. That goal was now well and truly behind it, but investors reportedly remain unconvinced, given around 5% of its shares were on loan to short sellers last year. Concerns that the company would struggle to reinvent itself from a training provider to a software company with a broader range of services also saw the shares plunge from 170p in September 2018 to a trough of 59p in February. But instead of mouthing off on Twitter in a Musk-style rant, Learning Technologies’ founders kept focussed on the numbers, which saw sales leap 83% to £93.9m for the year ended December 2018 at its results in March, while pre-tax profits more than doubled to £25.6m from £12.7m. Part of that performance could be put down to the $150m purchase of cloud-based talent management provider PeopleFluent during the year, which was followed up post-year end by its $12m gobbling up of recruitment software developer Breezy. The current year was looking bright, Woods added, noting that analysts were expecting 38% growth in sales to around £130m and a 46% improvement in profits to £37.4m. That was being reflected in the share price, too, with those up 69% since the start of the year at 122p. And while many of the naysayers had crawled back into the woodwork in the wake of such growth, there were still some doubters, with Woods pointing out that the percentage of shares on loan had eased to 2.5% in September, but had crept back up to 4% since then, according to data from IHS Markit. Gareth Davies, and analyst from Numis, remained bullish, writing that Learning Technologies’ “active pipeline of acquisitions” could help boost its shares by another 50% to 185p. It was also looking at some more growth in May so long as it secures a big training contract with the Ministry of Defence, as noted by Panmure Gordon analyst Paul Morland. “With its dominant position, plenty of takeover targets to go after, and a track record of outperforming financial goals, LTG’s shares should soar again,” wrote Ben Woods. “Buy,” was his recommendation
christh: BlackfoxTrading 3. The company is granting 1m shares in condition of the share price hitting £1.50 /£1.80 respectively over a 30 day straight period hold. Great find, have you got a link, please. Are we expecting a trading update soon? Investors Chronicle is rating it as a "BUY" so expect big things to be on the way.
blackfoxtrading: What I find interesting is if this share price is on its way down, why has the following happened? Could anyone make sense of? 1. Brokers are forecasting minimum £1.40 2. Non Exec Director increases her portfolio with another 271,646 shares at £1.14. 3. The company is granting 1m shares in condition of the share price hitting £1.50 /£1.80 respectively over a 30 day straight period hold. Are we expecting a surprise?
the runt: @fruitcake If someone sold them at £1.26 then someone bought them at £1.26. Besides it's not obvious they are sales. Depends when they're logged. LTG price has often gone up on low volume - retail froth - and mid-120s seems a reasonable baseline for larger volume trading. Would be nice to think Christh might be right every once in a while, but I'd be more circumspect about the short-term pricing even post-results.
multibagger: Hi Janeann, I subscribe to the theory that "coming events cast their shadow before". So there is an element of how you choose to read the tealeaves and I am seeing this as a step change. I also feel bold/silly enough to state that LTG share price is likely to be a £1 or more by the end of the year 2018 (force majeure excluded). Tarrant77 and I had a gentleman's wager ( with donations to charity of our choice) about what the LTG share price would be at the end of 2017. I went for 62-63p and he/she for 77p - we were both wrong, but I was clearly the more conservative one - make of it what you will ;) O/T With all the despicable Oxfam stink likely to spread to the other charitable organisations, I have cancelled all my direct debits to the big names as I suspect that this is just the tip of the iceberg - it is a sector issue I feel and a shame as I imagine a number of donors feel similarly. The only ones that are going to get my donations are ones where I can see a difference being made on a regular basis - so it's probably going to be local.
tarrant777: Multibagger. I would be much more interested in your guesstimate of the possible LTG share price on 31/12/17.When I've seen your guess, I'll give you mine with a bottle of Scotch to the winner?
janeann: my main worry is if there is a rival bid as that could have a big impact on LTG share price
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