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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
  0.00 0.0% 77.00 74.00 78.00 77.50 76.00 77.00 230,018 16:35:08
Industry Sector Turnover (m) Profit (m) EPS - Basic PE Ratio Market Cap (m)
Software & Computer Services 34.2 0.4 2.5 30.8 43

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DateSubjectAuthorDiscuss
20/8/2020
14:19
They need to create a selling streak, worry and doubt but shares going up and down are their business. We are investing in a growth company which is meeting today`s needs.
arcadian
20/8/2020
13:32
I topped up there, bought 1000 @ 2.30.....it showed up as a sale?
lyndon b
20/8/2020
09:48
Back into a buy zone for the next step up on the chart.
tallprawn
20/8/2020
09:04
Yep, hit a higher high at £2.50 then retrace a bit - same pattern as the last few weeks :)
74tom
20/8/2020
08:52
Today was expected. A chance to recoup but it will recover as the facts can`t be denied or avoided.
arcadian
19/8/2020
21:35
The two 600k trades were clearly an exchange between two institutions - hence the price not moving...
74tom
19/8/2020
17:34
# Trades 84 Vol. Sold 70,033 Sold Value £175.08k Vol. Bought 676,463 Bought Value £2m That 1% of company's value and this shares hardly moved
thordon
19/8/2020
17:33
19-Aug-20 10:02:56 245.50 600,000 Buy* 240.00 250.00 1m O 19-Aug-20 10:02:31 245.00 600,000 Unknown* 240.00 250.00 1m
thordon
19/8/2020
13:05
hxxps://loopup.com/en/resource-center/blog/loopup-launches-new-remote-meeting-plans-for-individual-users/ hxxps://loopup.com/en/pricing/ new prices
welly_59
19/8/2020
11:00
Indeed. I did laugh at the MM's taking it up to 2.46 to sell earlier to trigger some limit sells - desperate times for them to do that.
74tom
19/8/2020
10:39
The transfer of stock from the inpatient to the patient continues.Buy and hold and you will be rewarded is well in play here.
tallprawn
19/8/2020
09:15
2 x 600k trades at £2.45 - looks like a transfer between II holders - each trade is over 1% of LOOP's shares in issue...
74tom
18/8/2020
14:24
This is the take of the widely respected (and hardly ever wrong) Richard Holway: https://www.techmarketview.com/ukhotviews/ Thursday 13 August 2020 WFH - The backlash The last few weeks have seen a flurry of media reports railing against the WFH ‘movement’. Basically, the message seems to be that people should go into the office in order to support the commuting/office infrastructure - takeaway coffee and sandwiches, bars, restaurants - even WH Smiths. I fully get that the GDP figures released yesterday show that the travel and hospitality sectors have been the worst hit. But I don’t get why encouraging people onto public transport and back into crowded lifts and offices is the answer. I do however ‘get’ the downsides of WFH. Indeed I have highlighted them on many occasions. Social interaction is vital for everyone’s mental wellbeing - let alone for building team spirit and idea creation. It is very difficult to train (particularly young) people without f2f interaction. Many Hotviews readers have pointed out that some people - again mainly the young - do not have suitable places to WFH. The Hybrid Solution The solution, as I have advocated on many occasions, is the Hybrid model. Going into the office maybe once or twice a week for all the tasks that can’t be best done WFH. But doing your real ‘work’ at home. I have also advocated satellite offices so that people can walk/cycle/drive to those locations rather than waste huge amounts of time on risky public transport on the daily commute. See - How satellite offices could rejuvenate the High Street. These satellite offices would also be used as training centres for new joiners and a base for those that don’t have a suitable place to WFH. I saw this as a way of revitalising the High Street. Indeed revitalising the local hospitality sector that has been so badly hit. See - Shape of the High Street. TechMarketView has WFH from its inception in 2009. But we always had physical team meetings in a ‘hire by the half day’ local business centre. Afterwards, the team could go for drink or meal locally. All good for the local economy. Also, TMV people would go to London (or foreign locations) for physical meetings/conferences/company presentations several times a week - but mainly travelling ‘off peak’. TMV is a good example of the Hybrid model. If we take on trainees in the future we could well add hiring desks in a local business centre to facilitate this. WIN WIN Finally, I was interested to read the results of a survey by Atlas Cloud in The Times today that showed that those WFH split the 84 minutes they previous spent each day commuting to the office equally between doing extra work and increased leisure/personal time. The Times headline is ‘You’ll work a month more if you WFH’. Could easily have also been ‘You’ll have a month more leisure time if you WFH’. Seems like a WIN WIN to me! Posted by: Richard Holway
orange1
18/8/2020
13:02
Thinking this through..... The sweet spot for LOOP is online conferencing with external clients - clearly atm with Covid-19 there is no other option but to communicate with clients or potential clients online. So everyone has had to do this - even the technophobes. But what about the future, when Covid-19 subsides, is everyone just going to revert to travelling for hours to meet people in-person or perhaps flying to have a meeting? Even if you think that's a good idea - your client who's happily 'working from home' isn't necessarily going to want to hack into the office just to meet you! Big waste of their time unless it's very important. So, it's likely that online conferencing will continue at a far greater frequency that pre-Covid.
maddox
18/8/2020
12:15
Looking really strong Price action here. Lyndon - covid vaccines will have no negative impact, companies can reduce costs Significantly On real estate and travel whilst employees enjoy the flexibility of part WFH. I agree with others next target is £3 with interim results, or sooner!! Still expecting £65m revenues so only valued a smidge over 2x
rimau1
18/8/2020
11:41
And even if it does Work from Home (for part of the week at any rate) is here to stay.
orange1
18/8/2020
11:15
This is the most one sided company I own shares in....very few sellers, normally 80/20 buy/sell ratio. Based on where the share price has been historically (on much poorer financials versus current trading) and ever increasing collaboration with Microsoft etc, I can't see the share price starting with a 2 by year end, unless some miracle vaccine comes out of left field. Which I doubt.
lyndon b
17/8/2020
19:53
Yes your thought has certainly been bourne our by their recent behaviour - a refusal to increase the price when demand rises but to drop it on any small selling. The clear logic being that price increases attract more buyers and falls scare investors who haven’t done their research... But once a level has been worked you would think they’ll have to move it up, can’t see many more selling in the £2.20 range, but who knows. Out of interest do you have a target price for the end of 2020?
74tom
17/8/2020
19:17
To be honest I don`t know the mm`s stock levels but they are going to be faced with a long rise in demand during the coming months hence my "thought".
arcadian
17/8/2020
18:14
There was a tree shake as recently as last Thursday when they took it down to £2.15...we’re only just back at the same level as this time last week. £2.50 before the next one hopefully... And interims / an ahead of expectations trading update should arrive in the next 4-6 weeks.
74tom
17/8/2020
17:21
A tree shake would be timely so that MMs can garner shares for the next rise.
arcadian
17/8/2020
10:48
ILTA describe the telephony tie with Microsoft Teams in this article for members and mentions LOOP’s specialist sector service. Great ad for Loopup. The legal market is quite big and LOOP is the go to provider of choice for large law firms which they are tapping into But why should they stop at law firms? The CEO has plans to cast the web wider so the market is huge httPS://www.iltanet.org/blogs/mary-nolan1/2020/08/11/how-law-firms-can-move-their-global-telephony-into?ssopc=1
big7ime
17/8/2020
09:13
Thanks Thorndon, useful. However, shows only 4 views before me, needs a larger audience. For ignoramuses like myself 'The Public Switched Telephone Network (PSTN) is used for the landline telephone system. Another term commonly used for it is POTS, which stands for Plain Old Telephone System, a non-geek way of naming the landline phone system that is being rapidly replaced by newer digital and mobile providers.' RP19 - there are more answers to that question on enterprise size than nemotodes in my garden moss. Each corp, govt department of indeed individual will use different parameters. The best place to ask in this instance is either the company or the author of the article.
srichardson8
16/8/2020
21:25
New here, interesting article and clearly sets out the benefits. Trying to better understand the size of the market, approx how many employees constitutes a large enterprise?
rp19
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