Share Name Share Symbol Market Type Share ISIN Share Description
Moneysupermarket.com Group Plc LSE:MONY London Ordinary Share GB00B1ZBKY84 ORD 0.02P
  Price Change % Change Share Price Shares Traded Last Trade
  -4.00 -1.83% 214.00 463,532 16:27:47
Bid Price Offer Price High Price Low Price Open Price
213.80 214.20 219.00 213.80 219.00
Industry Sector Turnover (m) Profit (m) EPS - Basic PE Ratio Market Cap (m)
Media 344.90 87.80 12.90 16.6 1,149
Last Trade Time Trade Type Trade Size Trade Price Currency
16:27:47 AT 679 214.00 GBX

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Moneysupermarket.com Daily Update: Moneysupermarket.com Group Plc is listed in the Media sector of the London Stock Exchange with ticker MONY. The last closing price for Moneysupermarket.com was 218p.
Moneysupermarket.com Group Plc has a 4 week average price of 198p and a 12 week average price of 198p.
The 1 year high share price is 311p while the 1 year low share price is currently 198p.
There are currently 536,861,647 shares in issue and the average daily traded volume is 4,012,088 shares. The market capitalisation of Moneysupermarket.com Group Plc is £1,148,883,924.58.
anhar: I'm in shares only for income and agree with Warren Buffet's view that my preferred holding period is forever, provided in my case that the share continues to deliver on income. I'm not concerned with price movement so am staying with MONY for the time being despite the fall on my cost, on the assumption that they will maintain the dividend at 11.71p where it has stood for the last two years. If they do, at 213p that's a yield of 5.5% though my personal yield is lower on a higher cost price. But if they cut the divi due to poor results, I will reconsider.
prokartace: Plat can you tell my why chips affect MONY?
plat hunter: Car insurance is undoubtedly the biggest earner. MONY is a victim of the chip shortage it seems
karadas09: Suppliers all pulling deals from pcws as prices settle at the price cap.
rob the slob: I don't see it that way. IMHO I think what it will mean is that insurance companies can no longer profit from luring new customers in and then hiking the price in return for loyalty. The ins companies will adjust their marketing as they will still be just as keen to attract new customers if not more so (as the chances of retention may increase). This means they will cyclically take it in turns to be the "market leader" (to new and old customers) for a year or two followed by many more years of being more expensive than others. This is what the gas and elec companies do. It might mean with all the publicity that the companies will put out that some customers are falsely reassured that they don't need to shop around but most are not stupid. Shopping around is here to stay and with autoswitching products on the price comparison sites will continue to increase.
pinemartin9: Nice dividend payment banked and share price holding firm. I could see this being 20% higher by the time it goes ex dividend for the next final payment. 25% in 12 months would be good.
shareval: Probably. They have been reported to the FCA for knowingly selling fraudulent products. The head of compliance admitted (on tape) that no serious company would continue to sell them to which she replied "yes" and also said "you quite clearly have the evidence". Her problem was that in the sector she was told about, out of the 30 policies I was offered only one(1) was not the same underwriter. So in effect MSM offerings would have been zero and in some searches would have actually been zero. In other words, their business would look ridiculous with blank pages. Apparently, the report also highlighted other frauds too at MSM. The FCA described these products as "rotten apples" and "we are clearly missing something financially behind the scenes" which is obviously the case. So MSM agree it is likely fraudulent and then eight months later are given 100 pages of material - some from inside the FCA i.e. responses from the CEO (both of them) and tapes and she ignores it again. The fine is going to be £50 million plus I suspect given Carphone warehouse were fined circa £30 million for selling products that were not fraudulent but not needed. That's a far cry from what MSM are accused of - in some detail. The FCA today engaged NatWest for criminal prosecution - the first since 2007 and ever under the Act. The new CEO of the FCA I think could remove MSM from various sectors rather than fine them which only encourages bad behaviour. You build market share, pay the fine and start from an elevated position. It is flawed and the FCA have been made aware of this. That means a share price of 150 or lower. They have been labelled the biggest propagator of fraud in the UK by volume. I personally believe it to be true and it is no coincidence that Provident Financial is being investigated by the FCA and 30% off the stock yesterday and they sell a lot of products through - you guessed it MSM. How exactly do they have a 50% plus ROE which is 5x Goldman Sachs and 2x Amazon? Has anybody asked this question on here? From a company that has no material advantage given everybody uses all the sites? That being said someone down the list here said they were a buy because they at the best ROE but you have to ask how and why.
apollocreed1: I had the same idea myself when I heard the news about confused.com However, Moneysupermarket is much bigger than Confused so I think less likely to be a takeover target -but at the current price it's still good value.
apollocreed1: @allonblack- ROCE is one of the highest in the market-roughly 40% every year. Free cash flow yield is only about 2% so the shares aren't cheap on that measure, but I can see the vaccine effect increasing business for MONY in all areas.
salpara111: made a bit of money on this back in 2017, currently struggling to find decent places to put my money but MONY has appeared on my radar again. Just noticed that the share price today is pretty much identical to what I paid back in 2017!
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