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Share Name Share Symbol Market Type Share ISIN Share Description
Loopup Group Plc LSE:LOOP London Ordinary Share GB00BYQP6S60 ORD 0.5P
  Price Change % Change Share Price Bid Price Offer Price High Price Low Price Open Price Shares Traded Last Trade
  -1.10 -1.33% 81.40 78.00 79.00 82.50 78.50 82.50 221,716 16:35:16
Industry Sector Turnover (m) Profit (m) EPS - Basic PE Ratio Market Cap (m)
Software & Computer Services 34.2 0.4 2.5 32.6 45

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DateSubjectAuthorDiscuss
16/7/2020
06:46
EBITDA of £12M for 6 months and current Market Cap of £91M....seriously undervalued IMHO. DYOR.
parvez
16/7/2020
06:45
hi ramridge. i agree. excellent results. i think your estimates are low even. peoplel have been critical before because EBITDA has now become CASH flow but debt has reduced by 7m in the 6 mths. H1 weighted but that is maybe 10m CASH flow for the 12 mths. even on a CASH yield of 10% gives 100m MV which is nearer 200p. the chart looks excellent here too. i'm assuming the low price is b/c jupiter overhang. when that clears i'm hoping the price can motor to over 200p in the short term, and i think 250p medium term. All IMHO, DYOR + BoL LOOP is in my top5 hldgs
thirty fifty twenty
16/7/2020
06:39
Excellent results. Broker forecasts for FY2020 were eps = 9.2 and p/e = 17.6 With these results, eps is likely to be above 11 and p/e below 16. For a growth company, pe is too low. So major re-rating is likely.
ramridge
16/7/2020
06:33
Sales/revenue growth is stellar2016 2017 2018 2019 202034% 28% 96% 24% 45% (so far)On top of this there has been a big increase in margin
netcurtains
16/7/2020
06:32
Could we ever see the lofty heights of five squid a share??
r9505571
16/7/2020
06:15
It is a really solid set of results..... -- H1 2020 EBITDA increased by 249% to GBP12.2 million (H1 2019: GBP3.5 million), driven by the material increase in gross margin, as above, combined with a modest decrease in staffing and overhead expenses versus H1 2019. EBITDA margins more than doubled to 38% (H1 2019: 16%). To increase the EBITDA margin as a % of revenue by that much is nice.
lyndon b
16/7/2020
06:14
Onwards & upwards.
from8to800
16/7/2020
06:04
Excellent.....we expect to exceed market expectations for the current financial year to 31 December 2020 in terms of revenue, EBITDA and cash generation
bigbigdave
15/7/2020
21:13
My guess is monday or tuesday (20th or 21st).
netcurtains
15/7/2020
18:29
I wonder which part of Mid July they will provide an update
lyndon b
14/7/2020
20:15
We've just gone down from three floors to two - that's permanent. It takes a long time to effect change but Covid-19 has forced everyone to adopt digital - and guess what it's worked out to be efficient and effective. Good example - personal investor conference - Mello Virtual last Fri/Sat - virtual for the first time, no transition, big bang - two day conference packed with speakers and presentations, 800 plus delegates - fantastic. Now don't get me wrong I really missed the absent networking and chatting in the bar with everyone - but people came from far further afield, no need to travel, no hotel accommodation required all in all a terrific success.
maddox
14/7/2020
19:34
Well RNS for last six months coming in mid July as per loopup statement
thordon
14/7/2020
13:51
Sorry spod: I'm not sure September 11 has anything to do with Climate Change - I can see that fear is in both but I dont think the fear of climate change will go away anytime soon. Covid19 has sped up the process for zero emissions and part of that process is increase use of teleconferencing and decrease use to business travel. And economic pressure (eg recession) will also force companies to use the cheaper option of loop-up compared to plane.... Its pretty much a no brainer. The only variable unknown is HOW MUCH will loop-up grow...
netcurtains
14/7/2020
13:41
Not exactly a fair comparison Spob, we are talking about someone from Kent spending 2 days in the office and 3 WFH and the company saving a few ‘000 per head on lower real estate costs. My old employer at canary wharf is cutting office space by 25% , they currently spend £11k annually per head on facilities management.
rimau1
14/7/2020
13:15
yeah they said the same after September 11 people are too scared to fly, so businesses will do teleconferencing instead guess what people started flying again
spob
14/7/2020
12:49
I'm on the side of structural changes.. Its not just Covid19 remote working also helps to save the planet: 1. Not travelling by plane for business meetings - use loop-up 2. lower levels of car and plane travel protects the environment. 3. zero emission needs structural changes. Then when times are hard businesses cut back on business travel anyway and use more teleconferencing Covid19 is speeding up structural change.
netcurtains
14/7/2020
12:43
Sorry Spob but it is a massive structural change. Huge real estate savings from Firms reducing office space, absolutely no way that a significant proportion of people will be partly WFH in the future, especially in Loops target segments.
rimau1
14/7/2020
10:47
massive structural change ? hmmm not so sure about that maybe for this year but things will slowly get back to normal no matter how unlikely that may seem right now
spob
14/7/2020
10:31
"This company is a massive beneficiary of what seems like a major structural change." hTTps://www.investorschronicle.co.uk/alpha/2020/07/02/profit-from-the-home-working-boom/ Nice dip buying opportunity here.
x54v
13/7/2020
13:22
I noticed the company gave an update already on July 3 last year for their H1 calendar results, so they don't mess about. Maybe this Wednesday we will know more. Sorry to go over old ground but their last announcement only 3 weeks ago stated "expect to exceed revised market expectations in terms of revenue, EBITDA and cash generation for the current financial year" Quite a lot of sellers in the past few days....hoping it is just the natural process of taking some profits rather than there being something fundamentally different. I like the Del Amitri song 'The last to Know', but not when it comes to shares.
lyndon b
13/7/2020
07:59
Rim, nice summary.
lyndon b
13/7/2020
07:21
Lyndon, it is difficult to find a bear case here. The main bear points are that management lost a lot of credibility with earnings misses in 2018 and 2019 post a placing to fund growth and team pod expansion restructuring issues. The macro bear case is a global recession will Likely reduce M&A which historically impacts Loops main client base. However as we all know the tailwinds should more than offset this, credibility is being restored and the current market valuation is misaligned with the underlying business performance
rimau1
10/7/2020
20:52
Well we will see , expecting strong figures Minimum of 80% of last years quarter results , if not be very disappointed
thordon
10/7/2020
20:39
Thanks Thordon.Hoping for a continued solid business update next week.
lyndon b
10/7/2020
20:32
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