Share Name Share Symbol Market Type Share ISIN Share Description
Monitise LSE:MONI London Ordinary Share GB00B1YMRB82 ORD 1P
  Price Change % Change Share Price Bid Price Offer Price High Price Low Price Open Price Shares Traded Last Trade
  +0.01p +0.35% 2.86p 2.87p 2.88p 2.86p 2.82p 2.82p 5,658,395 14:05:00
Industry Sector Turnover (m) Profit (m) EPS - Basic PE Ratio Market Cap (m)
Mobile Telecommunications 67.6 -243.1 -10.5 - 66.27

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25/7/2017
12:38
Monitise Subsidiaries MONILINK Markco Media Limited Movida India Pvt. Ltd Monitise Group Limited Monitise International Limited Monitise Create Limited PT AGIT Monitise Indonesia Mobile Money Network Ltd. Pozitron Yazilim A.S. Monitise Cyprus Holdings No 1 Limited eMerit Solutions Ltd. Monitise East Africa MARKCO Content The Content business, utilising its network of retailers, affiliates and ticket agencies, provides offers to consumers which generate revenue for the business when they are redeemed. The Content business continues its growth with revenues in the seasonally strong first half of £7.0m (£4.7m H1 FY16). The growth continues to be driven by increasing visits to the UK voucher business myvouchercodes.co.uk and by growth in revenue per visit. The strong revenue performance produced EBITDA of £3.2m (£0.9m H1 FY16). The business is investing in a number of initiatives that expand the proposition, increase the user base and revenue per visit. The business also continues to invest in its international sites in France, USA, Germany and Australia where revenues have increased 143% versus H1 FY16, albeit from a low base, and in adjacent offerings that enhance the content and benefits to both retailers and consumers. - plenty of value there ! mtb4
mikethebike4
25/7/2017
12:27
Eb I hope we get a bump or counter as I have a lot of these. - you and me both ! mtb4
mikethebike4
25/7/2017
12:25
.. the tough task ahead .. too true as they have proven they have no business acumen whatsoever and don't deserve to be employed either at MONI or anywhere else
dr darkstar
25/7/2017
12:01
HTTPS://www.ft.com/content/049d6eb1-088e-3b0a-9582-47e3a81f40a5 Fiserv’s takeover of British fintech pioneer Monitise is on shaky ground after an extraordinary general meeting was postponed to buy the US software company more time to convince shareholders to accept its £70m offer. The meeting was due to take place on Tuesday but has been put on ice “in light of the feedback” from certain Monitise shareholders. That sets the clock ticking on the takeover with August 24 the final date for the meeting to take place and shareholders needing two weeks notice. Effectively Fiserv has two weeks to reconvene the meeting and to decide whether to stick with existing offer, raise the bid or walk away. Paul Mumford at Cavendish Asset Management, which owns 112m shares in Monitise, had led the charge against the 2.9p offer after deriding it as “too low” given the stock peaked at 80p. No other offers have emerged for the former tech darling but there has been little sign that agitated retail investors are willing to accept the bid. The American company has given itself two weeks to corral more support from Monitise shareholders but has not yet chosen to sweeten its offer. Monitise management has continued to recommend the deal having warned of the tough task it faces should Fiserv walk away. The London company has failed to drum up any sales of its FinKit software and could face a fire sale of its assets should the Fiserv bid fail. Monitise were flat at 2.8p. It declined to comment and Fiserv was not immediately available for comment.
speedsgh
25/7/2017
11:31
https://www.ft.com/content/049d6eb1-088e-3b0a-9582-47e3a81f40a5
wiltshireram
25/7/2017
11:28
Or it could be MVN buying, they are very aggressive and have little if any price discipline so tends to push prices up. I hope we get a bump or counter as I have a lot of these.
exbroker
25/7/2017
11:13
Revised offer or third party bid odds increasing.
j777j
25/7/2017
11:02
they can't keep the share price down somethings up ! yes, Eb mtb4
mikethebike4
24/7/2017
19:37
Exbroker = PersonalEnsign The gems a bogie!
k3vmc
24/7/2017
17:04
up nearly 2% at this stage - bodes well ! mtb4
mikethebike4
24/7/2017
15:23
Current bid is woefully inadequate.A stitch up by a discredited bod that have no legitimacy.
j777j
24/7/2017
15:11
do I detect buyers coming in scenting another bid(s) ? mtb4
mikethebike4
24/7/2017
14:58
Then there are the 100's of millions worth of tax losses carried forward.Get real and.pay a.proper value
j777j
24/7/2017
14:42
myvouchercodes worth £70million on its ownTell your paymasters where to shove their pitiful offer.
j777j
24/7/2017
14:30
Your yankee paymaster have failed in thir bid.FAILED
j777j
24/7/2017
14:10
J777J you would do well to listen to the words of the clown, I have been involved in more takeovers than you ever will. I doubt you own any shares in Monitise and have just taken the opportunity to cut and paste from the RNS. Try adding some value with thought out comments that show an understanding of the situation rather than random one liners that you have no way of justifying. In short grow up.
exbroker
24/7/2017
13:01
FtFiserv's takeover of British fintech pioneer Monitise is on shaky ground after an extraordinary general meeting was postponed to buy the US software company more time to convince shareholders to accept its £70m offer. The meeting was due to take place on Tuesday but has been put on ice "in light of the feedback" from certain Monitise shareholders. That sets the clock ticking on the takeover with August 24 the final date for the meeting to take place and shareholders needing two weeks notice. Effectively Fiserv has two weeks to reconvene the meeting and to decide whether to stick with existing offer, raise the bid or walk away. Paul Mumford at Cavendish Asset Management, which owns 112m shares in Monitise, had led the charge against the 2.9p offer after deriding it as "too low" given the stock peaked at 80p. No other offers have emerged for the former tech darling but there has been little sign that agitated retail investors are willing to accept the bid. The American company has given itself two weeks to corral more support from Monitise shareholders but has not yet chosen to sweeten its offer.
j777j
24/7/2017
12:23
Could easily be IBM or Mastercard saying no way jose!!!!!!!!
j777j
24/7/2017
12:20
Eb "In light of feedback received from certain Monitise Shareholders, Fiserv requested that the Board of Monitise seek the permission of the Court to postpone the Court Meeting to allow for further discussions with these shareholders." yes !!!! Mtb4
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