Share Name Share Symbol Market Type Share ISIN Share Description
Micro Focus International LSE:MCRO London Ordinary Share GB00BD8YWM01 ORD 10P
  Price Change % Change Share Price Shares Traded Last Trade
  -19.60p -1.94% 991.40p 11,095,084 16:35:16
Bid Price Offer Price High Price Low Price Open Price
988.00p 988.20p 1,084.50p 977.20p 1,000.50p
Industry Sector Turnover (m) Profit (m) EPS - Basic PE Ratio Market Cap (m)
Software & Computer Services 1,067.8 151.8 53.3 20.2 4,312.90

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Micro Focus International Daily Update: Micro Focus International is listed in the Software & Computer Services sector of the London Stock Exchange with ticker MCRO. The last closing price for Micro Focus International was 1,011p.
Micro Focus International has a 4 week average price of 782.20p and a 12 week average price of 782.20p.
The 1 year high share price is 2,749p while the 1 year low share price is currently 782.20p.
There are currently 435,031,163 shares in issue and the average daily traded volume is 6,426,669 shares. The market capitalisation of Micro Focus International is £4,312,898,949.98.
ih_127877: BARCLAYS TELLS INVESTORS IN MICRO FOCUS NOT TO GET CARRIED AWAY (ShareCast News) - Keep the faith! was the message from Barclays for investors in Micro Focus following the prior day's faith-shattering near halving in the company's share price. The analysts conceded they had underestimated the "level of disruption" that the acquisition of HPE Software would throw up and - above all - the market's tolerance for mis-execution. Fresh changes at the helm of the company were also unsettling, they admitted, but went on to add that to question the health of the company's balance sheet was simply going too far. Hence, they reiterated their 'overweight' recommendation and 1,500p target price. "Further management change is unsettling, but the debate has seemingly moved to the health of the balance sheet. This, for us, is a step too far and despite the challenges we believe MF remains a highly profitable and cash-generative business," they said. Indeed, the company's leverage was headed below 3%, they believed. "SUSE is a valuable asset, especially relevant at the current share price and, based on just 10x our low-end FY19E EPS, we see fundamental upside to our revised PT of £15 - OW." Deutsche Bank on the other hand appeared to be rather less positive, slashing its target price for the shares from 2800p to 780p.
montyhedge: Nulmis 2100p target after the Micro rns yesterday so 110% rise in share price then they reckon, that will do me boys.
mattcookson: Massive overreaction, way oversold! Wow, what a day for MCRO Today. Fair enough the revenue prediction has been revised down by 4 points from circa -2% to -6% but logically speaking does that warrant a 46% drop in share price?? I don’t think so, this drop is a result of sheepish behaviour by IIs and massive market overreaction. This stock generally recovers pretty well. IMO this will bounce tomorrow and should get up to at least 1400-1500 levels (where it really should be based on the revised revenue figures) over the coming days/weeks. Still a great bargain at this price!
montyhedge: Yes capitulation at its greatest.Last hour of trade the most interesting. 9% reduction in revenue. They said 2% to 4% reduction with last set of figures. So 9% is that worth £5 billion off share price ?
losses: Does it warrant nearly 50% share price decline??? I think selling is way overdone..
losses: Wow profit decline of 6-9%... does this equate to nearly 50% is share price...Added more this morning...
orange1: The fact that a share price is going down doesn´t mean to say that the shares are being shorted. It simply means that at that moment there are more sellers than buyers, for whatever reason. The price has been weak for days now.
ilovefrogs: Not sure quite what you mean - the 1.75 measure is an eps, so divide the share price by it (converted to sterling of course) to get the PE of 16. If it's how you get from basic to adjusted, then it's in the non-IFRS section of the interim report, about halfway through. There's a table entitled 'Adjusted Earnings per Share and Adjusted Diluted Earnings per Share' outlining all the adjustments - basically it's amortization of purchased intangibles, share-based compensation, exceptional items exceptional interest costs and tax related to all of the above.
kuss1: Market just buying the cash ... should go significantly higher for a tech stock with the injection of revenue from HP. Micro seem to be able to get margins higher with all their takeovers, so I would expect the same from HP. So HP margins at 45% coming soon. Wouldn't surprise me to see the share price pushing £40 this year if so.
sogoesit: Of course you get something from an RoC. Whether it's "free" or not is another matter (if everything were in the share price and there was no arbitrage there would be no point in buying anything. For any negotiation to be successful there must be a misalignment of perceptions). For example I think I get: - income in the short term (PV of cash has a value higher than the risky future SP); - flexibility to re-invest that income (either in the same company thereby compounding the capital growth in the long term or in another, better performing, asset); - the income flow supports the share price in and of itself depending how it is managed and on investors' perceptions of that cash-flow; - paying income disciplines management to perform much like debt can do. Not to mention that as a GBP holder I have a play on non-GBP income into the future. Why would I sell-down and forego any of these opportunities?
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