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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 Shares Traded Last Trade
  +0.00p +0.00% 330.00p 150 08:00:00
Bid Price Offer Price High Price Low Price Open Price
325.00p 335.00p 330.00p 330.00p 330.00p
Industry Sector Turnover (m) Profit (m) EPS - Basic PE Ratio Market Cap (m)
Software & Computer Services 34.21 0.39 2.50 132.0 181.9

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24/5/2019
09:20
Loopup Daily Update: Loopup Group Plc is listed in the Software & Computer Services sector of the London Stock Exchange with ticker LOOP. The last closing price for Loopup was 330p.
Loopup Group Plc has a 4 week average price of 320p and a 12 week average price of 285p.
The 1 year high share price is 505p while the 1 year low share price is currently 275p.
There are currently 55,132,043 shares in issue and the average daily traded volume is 30,208 shares. The market capitalisation of Loopup Group Plc is £181,935,741.90.
12/2/2019
08:25
mfhmfh: great update today...hopefully share price moves back up to 500p.
08/3/2018
14:38
4x4guru: I know this company well as I am a user and I also know of 2 other firms who use the service. They are a fantastic team of people who have a great very simple to use product and first class support with Global reach. I have owned shares since the placing with an initial selling price target at £2 and they quickly hit my sell limit and have had to buy back in again, I have subsequently had to repeat the process twice. I finally sold out when they peaked at 354. My main concern is that with such a limited product in a very competitive market it will only take one small drop in growth and the share price could fall steeply. My company has many users now using free services which are openly out there, but before anyone thinks this company is on borrowed time then think again. Most companies will need a reliable service and support to back it up. Especially when client relationships are based upon looking professional. The problem with free services are that you get what you pay for! Plus there will always be a natural churn of customers. My view here is that although I have made my profit the share price is at a crazy level, who knows what the future holds…
29/12/2017
09:31
petethehippy: A jump in the share price... anyone know of any triggers?
26/9/2017
10:20
rivaldo: Adam, I would have expected the CEO to have been more honest and to say that he couldn't say that director sales would never happen. And that with a low free float and at the right price, the directors and staff might well consider increasing liquidity and rewarding those who've held shares in the company for a long time. To deny it outright was a silly thing to do. And it looks sillier now. The only caveat is that the company is new to the market and the CEO is probably inexperienced in dealing with such questions. The share price increased to vertiginous heights based on poor liquidity and growth potential from a still small base relative to a £113m m/cap. It still looks overpriced to me.
25/9/2017
09:29
rivaldo: RNS just out notifying that the Directors and others are selling £7.8m of shares to satisfy the usual "institutional demand". I'm not a holder as the rating is far too high in my opinion, but the amusing thing is that I went to the Proactive presentation recently and chatted to the CEO afterwards. I specifically asked him if given the meteoric share price rise the directors or others had any intention to sell/place any of their shares. Oh no, he said, looking and sounding affronted. Enough said!
08/3/2017
07:50
malc999: FYE 31.12.2016 results out, here's a link: http://www.investegate.co.uk/loopup-group-plc--loop-/rns/final-results/201703080700098043Y/ Some initial thoughts: 1. Results exactly in line with the trading update issued on the 18 January. 2. Loop state in their outlook statement that "we're confident in the experience-led differentiation we've built into that product over the last 11 years and its ability to continue to take share from the large players in this £5 billion market. Looking ahead into 2017, we continue to see strong demand for the LoopUp product and are confident in our ability to deliver further growth." So they are confident that their product is competitive against the big boys which presumably include Amazon Chime, and that they can continue to grow, i.e. meet market expectations. 3. LOOP have restated their intention to grow the number of sales pods as they call them, as outlined at the IPO: "We continued that investment during 2016, leading to 7.25 Pods by year end. As indicated at IPO, we plan to increase the number of Pods to an average of at least eight in 2017 and an average of at least 11 in 2018." So presumably there isn't a problem with sales or leads at the moment that has forced a re-think. 4. And there's a nice clean balance sheet as well: "The Group paid down a final debt installment of £0.3m on 31 January 2017, leaving the Group's balance sheet debt-free." So my initial thoughts are(1) results in line with expectations, no surprise given the trading update on the 18 Jan, (2) LOOP seem confident in their product and their ability to continue to grow sales in line with expectations, (3) it will be interesting to read any broker notes issued following today's update and EPS projections, which were for FYE 2017 EPS of 7.2 and FYE 2018 EPS of 13. If these are reiterated or improved then a share price of around £2.60 by the year end, i.e. 20 x 13, doesn't seem unreasonable to me.
17/2/2017
09:30
richj5000: Larva, you made bamboo's point very well. I particularly enjoyed your incisive analysis of the likely share price movement.
17/2/2017
08:21
piotrslab: Downside risk boils down to 2 things really;1) Someone else launches a better and/or cheaper product.2) Growth fizzles out for any other reason.If those downside scenarios were to happen, then the share price would probably crash. So this one is not without risk. However, for now anyway, this company seems in a sweet spot. There's also the possibility of a takeover bid, because this is a very hot area at the moment. The company operates globally, but with most of its operations in UK & USA. It might therefore be spotted by an aggressive buyer, and some of the prices being paid for similar companies in Silicon Valley are eye-watering.
16/2/2017
12:31
tjbird: Why? Amazon doesnt need to they have better technology and loads of servers and switches They will eat LOOPS lunch dinner and breakfast In a few years LOOP will warn and striuggle and end up a 2p share price
15/2/2017
18:00
hydrus: Deary me what a load of nonsense there is on here! Fine that you might be a bear on the company but talking about audits and suspensions because the share price has dropped a bit after a big rise is just ridiculous.
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