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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
  -14.50 -8.43% 157.50 155.00 160.00 175.00 157.50 175.00 203,845 11:26:01
Industry Sector Turnover (m) Profit (m) EPS - Basic PE Ratio Market Cap (m)
Software & Computer Services 34.2 0.4 2.5 63.0 87

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04/9/2020
00:49
Non-executive directors are known as noddys or nodding donkeys in the city of London They have no genuine involvement in the running of a company They are paid to give the 'nod' to directors remuneration schemes and such like Companies employ them to give the false impression of balance and objectiveness on the board of directors They get paid a lot of money for just attending one or two directors meetings over the course of a year It is quite common for one person to be a noddy for several different companies at the same time and rake in a lot of money for essentially doing F' all So the departure of a noddy will never move the share price
spob
02/9/2020
13:41
There’s a small article on the front page of the Telegraph Business section today which says that our non-executive chairperson , Lady Barbara Judge , has passed away aged 73 as a result of pancreatic cancer ( I believe that pancreatic cancer is very fast-acting ) . However , the Telegraph article makes no reference to her role in Loop Up . Might the passing away of this “ trailblazing businesswoman “ be the reason for the slight fall in the shares today ?
mrnumpty
02/9/2020
10:53
I noticed that too Tallprawn, ridiculous behaviour and clearly had no idea what they were buying. Happy holding, end of year target has to be around the £3.50 mark at least.
74tom
02/9/2020
10:27
9291 shares purchased yesterday pm and then sold this morning for a loss - Crazy.Material news due later this month which most people believe will push the share price up further. Buy and hold time people - Rewards will come with patience.
tallprawn
02/9/2020
09:19
Zoom popped 40% (FORTY) last night on results. One of the major positives was the increase in more premium level subscriptions
msehs
02/9/2020
08:49
A few frail hearts this morning- not that the mm s will object.
arcadian
01/9/2020
12:04
That's the hope @rimau1, basing 2020 revenue on the 2019 splits shows the base case IMO. It surprises me how much resistance there is in the £2.40 range, every time we try to break it, there are multiple small sells. Hopefully they'll all be buying back at a higher price in a few weeks...
74tom
01/9/2020
11:11
74tom - you are still way under. Back in April on this BB i modelled £65m this year. I think i will be closer!!! Agree that at the interims we will get some certainty on this and an inevitable upgrade.
rimau1
01/9/2020
06:56
Agreed amazining result from Zoom despite security concerns - can only be positive for the whple industry including LOOP
parvez
01/9/2020
06:11
https://www.bbc.co.uk/news/business-53979632
tallprawn
31/8/2020
20:23
Just breaking Zoom revenue more than quadrupled from last year It`s the new way of doing things and Loop will be benefiting too.
arcadian
31/8/2020
17:20
Nope, stuck in this range until the results come along, if they are accompanied by a positive trading update then the re-rate will continue. I would be surprised if we don't significantly exceed revenue guidance that currently sits at £55.8m, given H1 delivered £31.9m. In 2019 revenue totalled £42.5m, with £22.3m in H1 and £20.2m in H2, so a 52% - 48% split. A similar split in 2020 would see H2 at £28.9m and total revenues of £60.8m, a beat of 10% vs current forecasts. Will be interesting to see how close this guesstimate is to reality.
74tom
30/8/2020
09:55
Can not see the break through of 250p untill we have the Interim's , this we already know the rough results , but will give a indication of July and August figures of uptake and the conversion rate of Teams. With regards to Interim's we would be able to see the growth pattern of uptake as Jan to March we are guessing are flat period.
thordon
28/8/2020
11:25
Interims last year were released on Sept 17th
srichardson8
28/8/2020
08:56
The volumes in the last few days have been dire.....looking forward to the next update for an adrenaline boost.
lyndon b
26/8/2020
11:04
This article helps to reaffirm why LOOP's products will be in high demand for a long time to come -https://www.bbc.co.uk/news/business-53901310
tallprawn
25/8/2020
15:55
I wish I was a sales guy for LOOP, easiest job going....... International law firm Linklaters will allow its more than 5,000 staff to work half the time remotely, the strongest sign yet that changes ushered in by the pandemic are beginning to take root in a legal industry that has long valued tight-knit office culture. Employees will be able to work outside their offices between 20 per cent and 50 per cent of the time, the firm said on Tuesday. The decision by Linklaters, where partners were paid an average of £1.7m last year, follows the embrace of a permanent shift towards more remote working by competitors including DLA Piper and US firm Baker McKenzie.
lyndon b
25/8/2020
13:39
working from home is here to stay especially when one of the fastest growing company just announced exactly that https://employeebenefits.co.uk/salesforce-working-home-july-2021/
parvez
25/8/2020
09:42
Some interesting large trades again at £2.45. Looking forward to results arriving in the next few weeks, home working is going nowhere so the outlook for LOOP should continue to improve :)
74tom
25/8/2020
08:16
I am sure a number of organisations have tried zoom and running back to a stable, secure offering from LOOP
parvez
25/8/2020
08:00
Yes! Clearly not our market but its a great example To use in winning new business to emphasise the quality and stability of Loops platform.
rimau1
25/8/2020
07:42
Nice to see Zoom have another outage yesterday..
tr200g
25/8/2020
04:16
Looking at the charts I think £3.50 next stop before a pull back to around £3.20 after which the next leg should take it to around £4.50-£4.90 mark. News yesterday such as below can only be a positive for LOOP https://news.google.com/articles/CBMiWmh0dHBzOi8vbmV3cy5za3kuY29tL3N0b3J5L3pvb20tb3V0YWdlLWxlYXZlcy11c2Vycy11bmFibGUtdG8taG9sZC12aWRlby1tZWV0aW5ncy0xMjA1NTc1NNIBXmh0dHBzOi8vbmV3cy5za3kuY29tL3N0b3J5L2FtcC96b29tLW91dGFnZS1sZWF2ZXMtdXNlcnMtdW5hYmxlLXRvLWhvbGQtdmlkZW8tbWVldGluZ3MtMTIwNTU3NTQ?hl=en-GB&gl=GB&ceid=GB%3Aen
parvez
24/8/2020
10:20
Yes, these move very quickly (in both directions), little free float, expecting £3 soon
rimau1
24/8/2020
09:19
Next chart leg up here imo, well done those buying late last week.
bigbigdave
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